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UNIDISK SC PLAYER
Owner's Manual
Important Safety Information
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Important Safety Information
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Explanation of symbols used in this manual and on the product:
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltages within the enclosure of sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock.
6.
6a.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operation,
maintenance and servicing information in the instruction and service manuals.
7.
8.
CAUTION
9.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER.
10.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
11.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
REPLACE THE MAINS FUSE IN THE PLUG WITH ONE OF THE SAME TYPE AND RATING.
12.
DISCONNECT SUPPLY CORD BEFORE CHANGING FUSE.
WARNING
13.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
14.
15.
16.
SHOCK HAZARD. DO NOT OPEN.
MAINS PLUGS
This appliance is supplied with a non-rewireable mains plug for the intended country.
17.
Replacement mains leads can be obtained from your Linn retailer. Should you need to
change the plug please dispose of it carefully. A plug with bared conductors is
dangerous if engaged in a live socket.
18.
19.
The Brown wire must be connected to the Live (Line) supply pin.
The Blue wire must be connected to the Neutral supply pin.
The Green/Yellow wire must be connected to the Earth (Ground) supply pin.
20.
Please contact your retailer or a competent electrician if you are in any doubt.
Read instructions. Read the safety and operating instructions before operating the appliance.
Retain instructions. Retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference.
Heed warnings. Observe all warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions.
Follow instructions. Follow all operating and use instructions.
Water and moisture. Do not use the appliance near water, for example near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool and the like.
Carts and stands. Use only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be used with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
Wall or ceiling mounting. Mount to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
Ventilation. Site the appliance so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface
that may block the ventilation openings, or placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or
cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings.
Heat. Site the appliance away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Power sources. Connect the appliance to a power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or marked on the appliance.
Grounding or polarisation. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarised or grounding type plug.
A polarised plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. When the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
Power cord protection. Route power cords 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, power sockets, and
at the point where they exit from the appliance.
Mains plug. Use the mains plug to disconnect the product from the mains supply. The mains plug
must be accessible at all times. Use the mains switch (if applicable) when the product is not in use.
Cleaning. The product should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer.
Power lines. An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines.
Outdoor antenna grounding. If an outdoor antenna is connected to the tuner/receiver, ensure that
the antenna system is grounded to provide some protection against voltage surges and static build
up. In the USA see article 810 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70 concerning installation
requirements.
Lightning storms. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
Objects and liquid entry. Do not let objects or liquids fall into the product. Do not expose the product
to dripping or splashing. Do not place a vessel containing liquid on top of the product.
Damage requiring service. The product should be serviced by qualified personnel if:
a) The power cord or plug has been damaged.
b) Objects or liquid have fallen into the product.
c) The product has been exposed to rain.
d) The product does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in operation.
e) The product has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
Servicing. Do not attempt to service the product beyond that described in the operating instructions.
All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.
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Important Safety Information
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UK USERS PLEASE READ THIS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
CE Declaration of Conformity
Linn Products Ltd declare that this product is in conformance with the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and
Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/EEC as amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
Fuse replacement
This appliance is fitted with a non-rewireable 13 Amp mains plug. The plug contains a
5 Amp fuse. If the fuse has blown it can be replaced as follows:
The conformity of the designated product with the provisions of Directive number 73/23/EEC (LVD) is proved by
full compliance with the following standards:
a) Pull out the red fuse cover/carrier.
Standard number
EN60065
Date of issue
2002
b) Remove and dispose of the blown fuse.
c) Fit a new 5 Amp BS1362 approved fuse into the carrier and push the carrier
back into the plug.
Always ensure the fuse cover is fitted. If the fuse cover is missing do not use the plug.
Contact your Linn retailer to obtain a replacement fuse cover.
Fuses are for fire protection and do not protect against electric shock.
Mains plug replacement
Should your mains plug need replacing and you are competent to do this proceed as
follows. If you are in doubt contact your Linn retailer or a competent electrician.
a) Disconnect the plug from the mains supply.
The conformity of the designated product with the provisions of Directive number 89/336/EEC (EMC) is proved by
full compliance with the following standards:
b) Cut off the plug and dispose of it safely. A plug with bared conductors is
dangerous if engaged in a live socket.
c) Only fit a 13 Amp BS1363A approved plug with a 5 Amp fuse.
Standard number
EN55013
EN55013
EN55020
d) The cable wire colours or a letter will be marked at the connection points of most
quality plugs.
FCC notice
Before replacing the plug top ensure that the cable restraint is holding the outer
sheath of the cable firmly and that the wires are correctly connected.
WARNING
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THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
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Date of issue
2001
2001
2002
Test type
Conducted emissions
Absorbed emissions
Immunity
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Attach the wires securely to their respective points. The Brown wire must go to the Live
pin, the Blue wire must go to the Neutral pin, and the Green/Yellow wire must go to the
Earth pin.
e)
Test type
General requirements
Marking
Hazardous radiation
Heating under normal conditions
Shock hazards under normal
operating conditions
Insulation requirements
Fault conditions
Mechanical strength
Parts connected to the mains supply
Components
Terminal devices
External flexible cords
Electrical connections and mechanical fixings
Protection against electric shock
Stability and mechanical hazards
Resistance to fire
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Copyright and Acknowledgements
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Copyright and Acknowledgements
Copyright © 2004 Linn Products Ltd. First edition April 2004.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.
Supply of this product does not convey a license nor imply any right to distribute
content created with this product in revenue-generating broadcast systems (terrestrial,
satellite, cable and/or other distribution channels), streaming applications (via Internet,
intranets and/or other networks), other content distribution systems (pay-audio or
audio-on-demand applications and the like) or on physical media (compact discs, digital
versatile discs, semiconductor chips, hard drives, memory cards and the like). An
independent license for such use is required.
For details, please visit http://mp3licensing.com
Printed in the United Kingdom.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Linn Products Limited, Glasgow Road, Waterfoot, Eaglesham, Glasgow, G76 OEQ,
Scotland, United Kingdom.
Trade marks used in this publication: Linn and the Linn logo are registered trade marks
of Linn Products Limited. UNIDISK, SILVER DISK ENGINE, CLASSIK, INTERSEKT and
KNEKT are trade marks of Linn Products Limited.
“DVD Logo” is a trade mark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
"DTS", and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trade marks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the
double-D symbol are trade marks of Dolby Laboratories.
CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE
FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE
DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN CASE OF 525 OR 625 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE
PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE
'STANDARD DEFINITION' OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING TV SET
COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL, CONTACT YOUR RETAILER.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method
claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home
and other limited viewing uses only unless authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
The content of this manual is furnished for information use only, is subject to change
without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by Linn Products Limited.
Linn Products Limited assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or
inaccuracies that may appear in this manual.
Linn Products Limited disclaims any proprietary interest in trade marks and trade names
other than its own.
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Contents
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Contents
Introduction
Disc types
Audio outputs
Cleaning
Connecting
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Locating a particular point on a disc
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Fast search forwards and backwards
Fast scan forwards and backwards
Slow search forwards and backwards
Slow scan forwards and backwards
Direct time selection
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Unpacking
Voltage selection
Positioning
Back panel - SCART version
Back panel - Phono version
Front Panel and Handset
Front panel
Handset
Handset modes
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Video Output
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Setup Menus
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About the setup menus
General Setup
Speaker Setup
Progressive Scan Setup
Video Source Setup
Audio Setup
Preferences
Playing Discs
First of all
Front panel symbols
Displayed disc information
Basic operation
Playing Super Audio CDs
Locating titles/groups/chapters/tracks on a disc
Direct title/group selection
Next and previous chapter/track selection
Direct chapter/track selection
Direct track selection
Replay chapter/track
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Using program modes to control playback
Repeat disc
Repeat chapter/track
Repeat section
Shuffle program
Include program
Exclude program
Using DVD-Video and DVD-Audio menus
Further playback options for DVD-Videos and DVD-Audios
Language or audio stream selection
Subtitles
Angle selection
Zoom and pan
Additional information on Video CDs and Super VCDs
Additional file formats
Replay file
Shuffle program
Include program
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Surround Sound and Audio Modes
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Pre-amplifier
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Volume and muting
Trim adjustment
Balance adjustment
Auxiliary source selection
User Options
Changing the user options’ settings
Table of user options
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Technical Specification
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Guarantee and Service
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Introduction
Introduction
that the Linn UNIDISK SC is in any way at fault. There are many web sites that display
details of discs that have known playback problems and we suggest that you consult
with this published data before you make any judgments regarding the Linn
UNIDISK SC’s playback abilities. We welcome the receipt of all suspect discs as this may
assist us in ensuring that the Linn UNIDISK SC continues to develop but cannot accept
discs from end users on the basis that we have made any warranty about being able to
learn how to play them.
The UNIDISK SC player is a precision-engineered, high-fidelity audio and video source
component with integrated surround-sound processing and control, designed to facilitate
access to all of the latest high-definition, high-quality music and movie formats and
deliver superb multi-channel playback.
The UNIDISK SC player features Linn’s proprietary SILVER DISK ENGINE technology
which, unlike the signal processing systems within the majority of multi-format players,
identifies source material and processes signals in their native format. CD, Super Audio
CD, DVD-Video and DVD-Audio are therefore handled independently and optimised with
the precise decoding solution for which they were designed, making the UNIDISK SC
player the only no-compromise universal source and control component.
Novelty discs
Do not play irregularly shaped discs (heart-shaped, business card size, etc) in the
UNIDISK SC as they may damage the player.
Audio outputs
The audio outputs for compatible disc types are as follows:
We believe that the development of a high-performance universal solution for all quality
disc formats allows us to satisfy your increasingly diverse needs. Regardless of which
formats the recording and film industries choose to support, you may rest assured that
the UNIDISK range will remain the benchmark for versatility, performance and quality
for many years to come.
Disc type
Disc types
Discs marked with the following logos are compatible with your UNIDISK SC:
Recordable
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Recordable
ReWritable
Digital
Analogue
Super Audio CD
None
As mix* / Stereo downmix**
DVD-Audio
None
As mix* / Stereo downmix**
DVD-Video
(Dolby Surround or DTS)
As mix*
As mix* / Stereo downmix**
DVD-Video (stereo)
Stereo
Stereo / Dolby PL II surround encoding
CD
Stereo
Stereo / Dolby PL II surround encoding
DTS CD
As mix*
As mix* / Stereo downmix**
Video CD / Super VCD
Stereo
Stereo
* Means as many audio channels as are present in the source material.
**Means that multi-channel source material can be downmixed to two channels.
Cleaning
In addition, the UNIDISK SC will play most copy-protected audio discs and data discs
containing MP3, MPEG-2 and JPEG files.
Disconnect the UNIDISK SC from the power supply before cleaning. Remove dust and
fingerprints with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using domestic cleaning products on the unit.
Important note
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure universal compatibility with all approved
disc types, it is impossible to guarantee full operation of every function of the Linn
UNIDISK SC player with every disc that is on sale now or in the future. We have tested
many of the disc types that are currently available but many discs that are on sale at
this time do not conform to the published and accepted formal specifications. For this
reason, we are unable to accept any responsibility for the player being unable to
playback any particular disc. If you have discs that do not play on the Linn UNIDISK SC,
which are subsequently found to play on other brands of player, then this does not imply
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Connecting
Connecting
Positioning
This chapter explains how to install the UNIDISK SC player into your hi-fi/AV system.
You can position your UNIDISK SC almost anywhere you find convenient, but please
consider the following points:
Note:
In this manual, ‘display device’ refers to plasma screens, projectors, projection TVs,
monitors, LCD TVs and televisions.
Unpacking
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Allow at least 10cm of space to the sides, rear and above the UNIDISK SC for air
circulation.
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You should have no problems operating the UNIDISK SC with the handset
wherever it is placed in a room, provided you keep your UNIDISK SC out of direct
sunlight.
The UNIDISK SC is supplied with the following accessories:
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luminescent handset with booklet
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2 x RO3 (AAA) batteries for the handset
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mains lead
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1 pair of black interconnect cables
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this manual
Important:
Do not open the UNIDISK SC’s disc drawer if the unit is behind glass doors as this can
damage the drawer’s mechanism.
We recommend that you retain all packaging in case you need to transport the
UNIDISK SC at a later date.
Voltage selection
The UNIDISK SC contains an automatic internal mains voltage switch. This switch
operates on all worldwide mains voltages from 100V to 240V. Manual adjustment on the
product for setting the input mains voltage is not possible.
This unit must be earthed. Use the earthed mains lead supplied. Never use an
unearthed plug or adaptor.
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Back panel - SCART version
1
Mains input
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ROOM RX TX Indicate signals being transmitted between products in a KNEKT
system.
2
Power switch
3
IR OUT 1 and 2 Infrared flasher connectors. Allow the control via the handset of
auxiliary devices that accept infrared signals.
14
Line output connectors Line outputs for connection to a power amplifier and
subwoofer.
4
RS232 IN and OUT For operating the unit via a PC or touch-screen device.
15
TV OUT Line (fixed) level for connection to a display device with volume controls or
to an external pre-amplifier.
5
REMOTE IN and OUT For installing the unit in a KNEKT system.
16
AUX 1 and 2 Analogue inputs for auxiliary sources.
6
S-VIDEO OUT For connection to a display device that accepts an S-video signal.
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7
S-VIDEO IN For connection to a VCR with an S-video output.
DIGITAL IN 1-4 Two SPDIF (electrical) and two TOSLINK (optical) digital inputs for
auxiliary sources.
8
TV SCART For connection to the SCART socket on a display device. This connection
carries composite or RGB video and two-channel audio.
18
DIGITAL OUT SPDIF and TOSLINK For connection to devices with digital inputs.
9
VCR SCART For connection to the SCART socket on a VCR.
10
MAIN RX TX Indicate signals being transmitted between products in a KNEKT
system.
11
ACC Accessory socket. For installing the UNIDISK SC in a KNEKT system or for
connection to an infrared repeater.
12
MAIN IN, ROOM 1-4 For linking products in a KNEKT system.
Note:
Audio signals from Super Audio CDs and DVD-Audio discs are output as analogue only.
There is no output for these disc types from the digital connectors.
Before connecting or disconnecting any of the plugs on the back panel, the
UNIDISK SC should be disconnected from the power supply. If this is not done
you may generate surges which could damage the UNIDISK SC or other
components in your AV system.
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Back panel - Phono version
1
Mains input
2
Power switch
3
IR OUT 1 and 2 Infrared flasher connectors. Allow the control via the handset of
auxiliary devices that accept infrared signals.
4
RS232 IN and OUT For operating the unit via a PC or touch-screen device.
5
REMOTE IN and OUT For installing the unit in a KNEKT system.
6
S-VIDEO OUT For connection to a display device that accepts an S-video signal.
7
S-VIDEO IN For connection to a VCR with an S-video output.
8
YPrPb IN and OUT Component video inputs and outputs.
9
CVBS IN and OUT Composite video input and output.
10
MAIN RX TX Indicate signals being transmitted between products in a KNEKT
system.
11
ACC Accessory socket. For installing the UNIDISK SC in a KNEKT system or for
connection to an infrared repeater.
12
MAIN IN, ROOM 1-4 For linking products in a KNEKT system.
13
ROOM RX TX Indicate signals being transmitted between products in a KNEKT system.
Line output connectors Line outputs for connection to a power amplifier and
subwoofer.
15
TV OUT Line (fixed) level for connection to a display device with volume controls or
to an external pre-amplifier.
16
AUX 1 and 2 Analogue inputs for auxiliary sources.
17
R IN TV, L IN TV For connection to a television’s audio outputs.
18
R IN VCR, L IN VCR For connection to a VCR’s audio outputs.
19
DIGITAL IN 1-4 Two SPDIF (electrical) and two TOSLINK (optical) digital inputs for
auxiliary sources.
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DIGITAL OUT SPDIF and TOSLINK For connection to devices with digital inputs.
Note:
Audio signals from Super Audio CDs and DVD-Audio discs are output as analogue only.
There is no output for these disc types from the digital connectors.
Before connecting or disconnecting any of the plugs on the back panel, the
UNIDISK SC should be disconnected from the power supply. If this is not done
you may generate surges which could damage the UNIDISK SC or other
components in your AV system.
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Front Panel and Handset
Front panel
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SELECT
U N I D I S K
4
1
Disc drawer
2
Front panel display
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2
S C
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8
Opens/closes the disc drawer.
3
4
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Skips/searches backwards, navigates left in a menu.
5
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Skips/searches forwards, navigates right in a menu.
6
, SELECT Starts playback, selects an item in a menu.
7
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Pauses playback, navigates down in a menu.
8
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Stops playback, navigates up in a menu.
Note:
The UNIDISK SC does not have a standby mode. To switch the unit on or off use the
power switch on the back panel.
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Handset
1
DVD
TV
1
LEDs Indicate when a signal is being transmitted from the
handset.
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DVD For selecting Disc mode and the main menu screen on
DVD-Videos and DVD-Audios.
2
DISP (display) Changes the time display on the front panel
when playing discs and selects the video output format.
22
‘enter’ Executes a setting (has same functionality as SELECT
key on front panel).
3
GOTO For jumping to a particular chapter, track, title or time
on a disc.
23
RETURN Moves up a layer on DVD-Video and DVD-Audio menus.
4
SURR (surround) Selects surround sound formats.
5
ADJUST Accesses the pre-amplifier functions.
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STORE Replays a chapter/track. Used in Include and Exclude
program modes.
21
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VOL - / + Adjust the volume level.
TUNER
2
DISP
3
GOTO
4
SURR
5
ADJUST
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
STORE
SHIFT
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6
7
TV
8
TITLE
DVD
9
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10
8
9
(mute) Mutes/unmutes the audio output.
TITLE Enters a DVD-Video or DVD-Audio title menu.
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SETUP
PRESET
SCAN
+
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BAND
AUDIO
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ANGLE
ZOOM
+
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MONO
SUB-T
ALARM
WHERE
WHAT
DO
settings.
Fast scan forwards.
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Fast scan backwards
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ZOOM Magnifies screen image.
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ANGLE Selects available viewing positions on DVD-Videos.
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KNEKT functions Used if the unit is installed in a KNEKT
system.
Keys and functions not listed above do not function with the
UNIDISK SC but may with other Linn products.
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(play/pause) Plays or pauses a disc.
Handset modes
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(stop/eject) Stops a disc. Opens/closes the disc drawer.
Pressing a source key (DVD, CD, TUNER, TV or AUX) on the handset
will select that source and will put the handset into the mode of
that source. The function of the handset keys varies for the
different sources, so you may find that occasionally when using the
handset the UNIDISK SC does not respond as expected. This is
because the handset and the unit are set to different sources. To
correct this, simply press the DVD key on the handset
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14
Previous chapter/track selection.
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15
Next chapter/track selection.
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16 AUDIO For selecting audio streams on DVD-Videos and
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DVD- Audios, and for selecting layers on SACDs.
17 SUB-T Selects and cycles through available DVD-Video
subtitles.
18 Digits 0-9 / Shifted functions Numeric keys. Access to certain
additional functions.
19 SHIFT Allows access to additional function on certain digit keys.
20 AUX For selecting auxiliary input/output sources.
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TIMER
Fast search forwards.
11 SETUP Enters/exits on-screen setup menus.
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SIGNAL
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13
Fast search backwards.
For navigating on-screen menus and adjusting
10
RETURN
TUNE
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6
Note:
The UNIDISK SC does not have a standby mode. To switch the unit
on or off, use the power switch on the back panel.
Video Output / Setup Menus
Video Output
Setup Menus
In order to set up your UNIDISK SC you must first ensure that the unit is outputting the
correct video signal type for your display device.
About the setup menus
The on-screen setup menus enable you to configure your UNIDISK SC to suit the
requirements of your display device, the speakers in your AV system and much more. It
is essential that you use the setup menus to inform the UNIDISK SC about components
that it is connected to. Please take the time to configure your UNIDISK SC correctly.
To do this:
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Press and hold DISP (display) on the handset. The current setting for the output
video format is shown on the front panel display. To change the video format,
press or . The options available are PAL, NTSC, and Native (for display devices
that accept both PAL and NTSC).
The menus are divided into six categories:
General Setup
For configuring the general audio and video setup of the unit.
Press DISP again. The current setting for the video scan mode is shown on the
front panel display. To change the video scan mode, press or . The options
available are INTERLACED (for display devices that accept an interlaced signal)
and PROGRESSIVE (for display devices that accept a progressive signal). If your
display device accepts both types, select PROGRESSIVE as this setting provides
better picture quality.
Speaker Setup
For configuring the unit to the number, size and position of your loudspeakers.
Progressive Scan Setup
For configuring the progressive outputs on the unit, if used.
After a few seconds the front panel display will change to its previous display.
DVD
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Video Source Setup
For configuring the video output of the unit.
TV
TUNER
DISP
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
Audio Setup
For configuring the audio output of the unit.
GOTO
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
Preferences
For setting up additional features such as subtitles and parental control. (This category
cannot be accessed if there is a disc playing in the unit.)
TV
TITLE
DVD
SETUP
PRESET
SIGNAL
SCAN
BAND
+
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
+
-AUDIO
Note:
The setup menus can be accessed when a disc is playing in the unit (bar the Preferences
menus, see above) unless the disc is a DVD-Audio.
RETURN
TUNE
SUB-T
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ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
●
Press ‘enter’ on the front panel or SELECT on the
handset. The Preferences menu is displayed.
●
Use the
key to move to the Disc Menu option.
The language options are displayed.
●
Use the
●
Use the
key to move to the desired language.
Press ‘enter’ or SELECT to select the highlighted
option.
GOTO
SELECT
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
TV
TITLE
DVD
SELECT
'enter'
SETUP
SETUP
PRESET
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
+
U N I D I S K
SIGNAL
BAND
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
WHAT
DO
S C
+
-AUDIO
SUB-T
TIMER
WHERE
ALARM
To access the setup menus:
Ensure your display device is on and tuned to the
UNIDISK SC’s video output signal
●
Press SETUP on the handset. Your display device
screen shows the Setup Menu – Main Page.
key to move to the first language option.
To navigate the setup menus and make a selection:
●
Use the
menus.
/
/ /
To exit from the setup menus:
keys on the front panel or handset to move around the
●
Press SETUP on the handset.
or
●
Press ‘enter’ on the handset or SELECT on the front panel to select an option.
Example:
If you wanted to change the language used for displaying a DVD-Video menu, you would
follow these steps:
● From the Setup Menu – Main Page use the
key on
the front panel or handset to move to the
Preferences option.
●
Use the
key on the handset or front panel to
highlight the Main Page option at the bottom of each
menu.
●
Press ‘enter’ to return to the Setup Menu – Main Page.
●
Use the
key to highlight the Exit Setup option. Press ‘enter’.
Some changes made in the setup menus will be implemented immediately. Others will be
implemented after exiting setup.
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Setup Menus
NTSC Type
General Setup
For countries that use the NTSC signal standard.
OSD Language (on-screen display language)
Default setting: North American
Default setting: English
If in the U.S.A. or Canada, set to North American.
If not in the U.S.A. or Canada, set to World.
Choose the language you want on-screen information
and menus displayed in.
Prim. (Primary) Display Device
Aspect Ratio
Default setting: Interlaced
Default setting: 16:9
The UNIDISK SC is able to account for the video delay
inherent in the processing required for progressive video
signals, thus ensuring that both video and audio signals
are output simultaneously. Set this option to suit the
main display device in your AV system.
Choose the option that matches your display device;
either 4:3, Letterbox or 16:9.
Interlaced Out (this item is not availalble
Video Standard
on the Phono version)
If you have already selected the video signal standard
for your TV using the DISP (display) key on the handset
(see Video Output section at the start of this chapter),
skip this item.
Default setting: RGB
Select the video output signal accepted by your display
device. If your display device accepts both RGB and
YPrPb signals, set to YPrPb as it usually provides better
picture quality.
Default setting: Native
Choose the option that matches the video signal
standard accepted by your display device. Set to Native
if your display device accepts both NTSC and PAL standards.
Colour Level (applies to the YPrPb outputs on
the Phono version, only)
Default setting: Standard
Notes:
If Video Standard is set to Native you may notice the screen flicker when a DVD-Video
begins to play. This happens when the UNIDISK SC switches from one video signal
standard to the other.
The Colour Level option adjusts the amount of colour
information sent to your display device.
If you want the UNIDISK SC to determine the setting
based on the video format of the disc being played, set
to Auto.
If your display device accepts a 1 V peak-to-peak input, set to High.
If your display device accepts a 0.7 V peak-to-peak input, set to Standard.
If your display device only accepts one type of standard and a PAL to NTSC, or NTSC to
PAL conversion is applied, you may notice degradation in the picture quality when
viewing DVD-Videos or DVD-Audios that have been recorded in the other standard.
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English
Picture Mode
Speaker Setup
Default setting: Auto
Front
Due to the process of converting movies shot on film
into the digital format recorded onto DVD-Videos,
flickering of images can occur on a display device.
The UNIDISK SC offers two methods of eliminating this
effect: High-Res and Non-Flicker. As the correct
method is dependent on each DVD-Video, we suggest
you choose the Auto setting which will allow the
UNIDISK SC to select the best method for each disc.
Default setting: Large
Choose the option that best suits the speakers in your
system:
Large front speakers (full-range frequency response),
set to Large.
Small front speakers (limited bass response),
set to Small.
Note:
The setting you choose for your front speakers
determines the options available for other speakers.
Angle Mark
Default setting: Off
Centre
If set to On, the
symbol appears on your display
device to inform you when a multi-angle portion of a
DVD-Video is being played. The number of available
camera angles is displayed next to the symbol.
Default setting: Large
Choose the option that best suits the speaker in your
system:
Large centre speaker (full-range frequency response),
set to Large.
Small centre speaker (limited bass response),
set to Small.
No centre speaker, set to Off.
Closed Captions
Default setting: Off
Set to On to view Closed Captions (for the deaf and
hard-of-hearing) that might be available on a
DVD-Video.
Surround
Default setting: Large
Choose the option that best suits the speakers in your
system:
Large surround speakers (full-range frequency
response), set to Large.
Small surround speakers (limited bass response),
set to Small.
No surround speaker, set to Off.
Screen Saver
Default setting: On
If an image is paused on your display device for too
long, damage to the screen can result. Setting to On
enables a screen saver (a blank screen) after three
minutes.
Press ‘enter’ to remove the screen saver.
Subwoofer
Default setting: On
If you have connected a subwoofer, set to On.
If you have not connected a subwoofer, set to Off.
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Setup Menus
The next menus allow speaker distances to be described to the UNIDISK SC so that the
unit can add time delays to certain speakers. This ensures the sound from all the
speakers reaches your seating position at the same time.
English
Test Tone
For maximum enjoyment of your UNIDISK SC, it is important to ensure that the volume
level reaching your seating position is the same for each speaker in your system.
Speaker volume trim is adjusted using the unit’s test tone feature.
Front Posn. (position)
When set to On, a tone signal is sent to all speakers (except a subwoofer*) starting with
the front left and moving in a clockwise direction.
Default setting: 1.5 m/5 ft
Calculate the approximate distance between your
seating position and your front speakers.
To perform speaker volume trim:
Highlight the 1.5 m/5 ft option then use the
key on
the handset or front panel to increase the distance
shown (up to 9.2 m/30 ft).
●
Set Test Tone to On. The test tone display appears
on the UNIDISK SC’s front panel.
●
Wait for the test tone to reach the speaker you
wish to adjust (your display device and the front
panel indicate which speaker the tone is emitting
from).
●
Repeatedly press or hold VOL - / + on the
handset to trim the volume as required.** Volume
trim range is –10 to +10 (in 0.5 steps) with neutral trim being 0.
Select the appropriate distance by pressing ‘enter’ on the handset or front panel.
Centre Posn. (position)
Default setting: 1.5 m/5 ft
Calculate the approximate distance between your
seating position and your centre speaker.
A few seconds after the VOL - / + key has been released, the test tone will continue its
clockwise direction.
Highlight the 1.5 m/5 ft option then use the
key on
the handset or front panel to increase the distance
shown (up to 9.2 m/30 ft).
To exit speaker volume trim:
Select the appropriate distance by pressing ‘enter’ on the handset or front panel.
●
Set Test Tone to Off.
Surround Posn. (position)
Default setting: 1.5 m/5 ft
* For subwoofer adjustment– see Subwoofer trim in Pre-amplifier chapter.
**You can do this by ear or by using a Sound Pressure Level meter.
Calculate the approximate distance between your
seating position and your surround speakers.
Highlight the 1.5 m/5 ft option. Use the
key on the
handset or front panel to increase the distance shown
(up to 9.2 m/30 ft).
Select the appropriate distance by pressing ‘enter’ on the handset or front panel.
Note:
It is not necessary to set the position for a subwoofer.
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Video Source Setup
Progressive Scan Setup
Default setting: Off
The two items below refer to the UNIDISK SC’s component outputs (i.e. the TV SCART
output on the SCART version, the YPrPb outputs on the Phono version), whether they
are outputting an interlaced or progressive signal.
The following menus allow you to configure the UNIDISK SC’s video output for any of the
auxiliary source inputs: DIG 1 - 4 Video, AUX 1 - 2 Video and MAIN Video (for use in a
KNEKT system).
Dither
Default setting: Off
On display devices with limited colour depth (e.g. LCD
panels) bands of colour shade may be seen, rather than
smooth transitions in colour shade.
Setting to On, reduces such colour banding.
Video Detection
Default setting: Auto
The setting for this option is dependent on the method
that was used to record the original video source
material.
If the source material was recorded on film (e.g. most
movies), set to Progressive.
If the source material was recorded on video tape (e.g.
most television programmes), set to Interlaced.
If you want the UNIDISK SC to determine the setting
based on the information contained on the disc being
played, set to Auto.
Set to Off if the auxiliary source is audio only or
if the auxiliary source carries a video signal
that you do not want to pass through the
UNIDISK SC.
●
Set to Internal if you want the UNIDISK SC to
output its internal video signal (the Linn name
screen) when this auxiliary source is selected.
●
Set to Pass-through if you want to route the
auxiliary source’s video signal through the
UNIDISK SC (for Pass-through to work, input
and output connectors must match).
Example:
If you have a set-top box’s S-video output connected to the UNIDISK SC’s S-VIDEO IN,
and the set-top box’s digital optical output connected to the UNIDISK SC’s DIG 3 input,
you would want to set DIG 3 Video to Pass-through.
Note:
You may sometimes find that when set to Auto the screen image flickers. In this case
choose whichever of the other two settings provides the better picture.
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Audio Setup
Midnight Movie
SPDIF Out
Default setting: Off
(Digital outputs only)
Default setting: Off
English
(Analogue and digital outputs)
This option allows you to add compression to the Dolby
Digital audio signal on DVD-Videos. Adding compression
reduces sudden increases in volume, such as the sound
of an explosion.
To add compression, set to On.
If you are not using the UNIDISK SC’s digital audio
outputs, set to Off.
If any of the UNIDISK SC’s digital outputs are connected
to a Linn system controller, other external audio
decoder or other device, set to Raw.
If you are recording to an external digital source (e.g.
DAT player), set to LtRt PCM.
Dolby PL
(Pro Logic) (Analogue outputs only)
Default setting: Auto
LPCM Out
(Digital outputs only)
Dolby Pro Logic encoding is used by the UNIDISK SC to
convert stereo signals to more than two channels in
order to enhance the audio signal. Select the setting
you wish to use with your source material.
Default setting: LPCM 96K
If any of the UNIDISK SC’s digital outputs are connected
to a Linn system controller, or any other processor
which accepts a sampling rate of 96 kHz, set to
LPCM 96K.
If the external processor does not accept a sampling
rate of 96 kHz, set to LPCM 48K.
For DVD-Videos
Off – Stereo tracks on a disc will play as stereo.
On – Stereo tracks on a disc can be played as stereo or decoded to up to five channels
(depending on the number of speakers in your system and the audio mode selected – see
Surround Sound and Audio Modes chapter).
Notes:
Even when set to LPCM 96K some discs will only output at the lower rate of 48 kHz.
DVD-Video discs with CSS copy protection and have been recorded at a sample rate of
96 kHz will always output audio through the digital outputs at 48 kHz. DVD-Video discs
without CSS copy protection will output at up to 96 kHz.
Auto – The unit will read the code embedded on the disc and will automatically switch
Pro Logic on or off.
Audio signals from Super Audio CDs and DVD-Audio discs are output as analogue only.
There is no output for these disc types from the digital connectors.
For other stereo sources (CDs and auxiliary digital or analogue stereo sources)
Dual Mono
On or Auto – Stereo sources can be played as stereo or decoded to up to five channels
(if permitted by the audio stream and dependent on the number of speakers in your
system and the audio mode selected – see Surround Sound and Audio Modes chapter).
Off – Stereo sources will always be output as stereo.
(Analogue and digital outputs)
Default setting: Stereo
This option is for DVD-Videos which have separate audio
tracks for the left and right channels.
To hear only the left channel, set to L-Mono.
To hear only the right channel, set to R-Mono.
To combine the discrete left and right channels, set to
Mix-Mono.
For normal use (i.e. most discs), set to Stereo.
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Setup Menus
Dolby PL II Mode
Dolby PL II Cntl
(Analogue outputs only)
Default setting: Movie
(Control)
If you have selected Music in the Dolby PL II Mode menu, then you are able to enter the
Pro Logic II Cntl menus. Highlighting Dolby PL II Cntl and pressing ‘enter’ reveals the
first Dolby PL II Cntl screen.
This menu is suitable for use if your UNIDISK SC is
connected to front, plus centre and/or surround
speakers.
Dimension
Default setting: 0
Dolby Pro Logic II creates five output channels from
any internal or auxiliary two-channel source, such as
an audio CD, stereo tuner signal or set-top box audio
signal. This is achieved using an advanced, surround
decoder that extracts the spatial qualities of the
original recording/signal without adding any new
sounds. The UNIDISK SC offers four modes of Pro
Logic II operation.
The Dimension control allows you to shift the balance
between the front and surround speakers. Positive
values move the sound towards the front, negative
values towards the surrounds. If a recording is too
spacious or strong from the surround speakers it can be
shifted “forward” to get a better balance. A stereo
recording can be shifted “backward” to make the sound
more enveloping.
Dolby PL
This mode recreates the surround processing offered by original Dolby Pro Logic. The
Dolby PL setting is suitable if the source material is not of the best quality (for
example, a worn VCR tape).
Panorama
Default setting: Off
If set to On the Panorama control extends the audio
signal from the front left and right speakers, to include
the surround left and right speakers. This will add a
“wraparound” effect to the sound.
Music
As its name suggests, this mode is recommended when listening to music. If you
select Music mode you can adjust certain Dolby Pro Logic II parameters in the Dolby
PL II Cntl menu (see opposite).
Movie
This mode is recommended for when watching DVD-Videos.
Centre Width
Default setting: 0
Matrix
Matrix mode can be used to enhance mono signals (e.g. AM radio broadcasts) by
making them seem “larger”.
This control allows adjustment of the audio signal
between the centre speaker and front left and right
speakers.
If set to 0, all of the audio signal for the centre channel
is sent to the centre speaker.
If set between 1 and 6, a lesser to greater portion of the
centre channel signal is also sent to the left and right
front speakers.
If set to 7, all of the centre channel signal is split evenly between the front left and right
speakers.
To exit Dolby PL II Cntl:
●
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Select Audio Setup and press ‘enter’.
Setup Menus
Preferences
Parental
This category cannot be accessed if there is a disc playing in the unit.
This menu allows you to program the UNIDISK SC with
an age restriction level for DVD-Videos.*
Audio*
English
Default setting: Adult
Default setting: English
Set to your preferred audio language.
To set or change parental control:
For languages other than the ones shown, highlight
Others and press ‘enter’. Using the digit keys on the
handset, enter the four-digit code for the desired
language. Language codes are available at
www.linn.co.uk
●
Highlight the desired age restriction level and
press ‘enter’. The password verify page appears.
●
Key in a four-digit password using the number
keys on the handset (the factory-set password is 3308).
●
When prompted on screen press ‘enter’.
●
Exit setup to implement change.
Subtitles*
Default setting: English
*If a DVD-Video does not contain the required data, the parental control feature will not
function.
Set to your preferred subtitle language.
For languages other than the ones shown, highlight
Others and press ‘enter’. Using the digit keys on the
handset, enter the four-digit code for the desired
language. Language codes are available at
www.linn.co.uk
Password
Default password: 3308
To set or change your four-digit password:
Disc Menu*
●
Highlight Change and press ‘enter’. The password
change page appears.
●
Key in your old password using the number keys on
the handset.
●
Key in your new password, then confirm your new password.
●
When prompted on screen press ‘enter’. Your new
password will now be implemented.
Default setting: English
Set to your preferred DVD-Video menu language. This
option is only effective for DVD-Videos which contain a
multi-language disc menu.
For languages other than the ones shown, highlight
Others and press ‘enter’. Using the digit keys on the
handset, enter the four-digit code for the desired
language. Language codes are available at
www.linn.co.uk
*Regardless of the language selected, languages available when watching a DVD are
dependent on the disc being played.
Defaults
To configure the setup menus to the original factory settings, highlight Reset and press ‘enter’.
Disc Nav
(navigation)
This menu is for use with data discs containing MP3, JPEG or MPEG-2 files.
Default setting: With Menu
See Additional file formats, in the Playing Discs chapter.
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Playing Discs
Displayed disc information
This chapter describes how to play discs on the UNIDISK SC and explains various
features and user functions.
The front panel display and your display device show information relating to the current disc.
Repeated presses of DISP (display) on the handset changes the information shown, in the
following sequence:
First of all
1. Turn on your display device and tune it to the UNIDISK SC’s video output signal.*
Chapter/track elapsed
Chapter/track remaining
Title/disc elapsed
Title/disc remaining
Track name (SACDs only)
2. Mute any audio output from your display device.
3. Press DVD on the handset. This puts the handset into Disc mode. The handset
must be in Disc mode for operating your UNIDISK SC.
*If you are going to listen to a CD or Super Audio CD you do not need to use your
display device.
If you wish to remove the time display from your display device, repeatedly press and
release DISP until it is not shown.
Notes:
Due to variations in functionality on the various disc formats, features mentioned in this
section may not be available on certain discs.
Additional disc information is displayed on the front panel display to the left and right of
the time information:
If you enter a command using the handset or front panel you may see a
symbol
appear on your display device. This symbol means the command is not allowed or that
you must wait for the current title/chapter to finish before entering the command.
DVD-Video DVD-Audio
Left of time display
Right of time display
Current title/group number
Current chapter/track number
Front panel symbols
CD SACD
Left of time display
Right of time display
Total number of tracks
Current track number
Key to symbols shown on the front panel display:
A note on Super Audio CDs
SACDs show disc and track information on your display device. The amount of
information shown varies from disc to disc.
Play
Pause
Stop
Skip to next chapter/track
Skip to previous chapter/track
Fast search forwards
Fast search backwards
Slow search forwards
Slow search backwards
Fast scan forwards
Fast scan backwards
Slow scan forwards
Slow scan backwards
Icons used in this chapter
Icon
Means
The function is for use with DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-R, DVD-RW,
DVD+R and DVD+RW discs
The function is for use with CD, Super Audio CD, CD-R and CD-RW discs
The function is for use with Video CD and Super VCD discs
Features or instructions specific to a particular disc format are specified.
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Playing Discs
Basic operation
English
To pause a disc:
●
Press
●
To resume playback, press
on the handset or
on the front panel.
or
again.
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
To stop playback:
GOTO
●
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
Press
on the handset or
on the front panel.*
SHIFT
TV
TITLE
To remove a disc:
DVD
using the handset –
SELECT
SETUP
TUNE
SCAN
+
SIGNAL
BAND
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
U N I D I S K
AUDIO
Press and hold
●
Remove the disc then press
until the disc drawer opens.
S C
or nudge the disc drawer to close.
+
--
AUDIO
●
RETURN
PRESET
SUB-T
using the front panel –
ALARM
Ensure your UNIDISK SC is in Disc mode (see First of all at the beginning of this
chapter).
●
Press
●
Remove the disc then press
.
or nudge the disc drawer to close.
To play a disc:
●
Press
●
Insert a disc with the playback side facing down.
●
Press
on the handset or
on the handset or
Note:
If the drawer is left open it will close automatically after two minutes.
on the front panel.
*If the disc is a Video CD or Super VCD and PBC is turned on (see Additional
information on Video CDs and Super VCDs, this chapter), press and hold
on
the handset or
on the front panel.
on the front panel.
The disc drawer closes and playback begins automatically.
Notes:
The disc drawer can be closed by nudging it. In this instance CDs, DVD-Video discs, Video
CDs and some DVD-Audio discs will begin playback automatically. Other disc types will not.
If the disc is a DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, Video CD or Super VCD a menu may appear on
your display device (see Using DVD-Video and DVD-Audio menus, this chapter).
Be careful not to scratch the playback surface of your discs as this can affect their
performance. Be particularly careful with DVD-Videos.
Certain types of disc may take up to 15 seconds before they begin playing.
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Playing Discs
Playing Super Audio CDs
Locating titles/groups/chapters/tracks on a disc
SACDs can contain up to three separate areas, each of which features a different audio
format. The three formats, in order of audio quality from highest to lowest, are SACD
Multi (5.1 channels of high quality audio), SACD Stereo (2 channels of high quality audio)
and CD Stereo (2 channels of standard CD audio).
DVD
TV
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
GOTO
digit keys
GOTO
SURR
ADJUST
When an SACD is inserted into the UNIDISK SC the unit will default to the format that
was selected the last time an SACD was played. If that area is not present on the current
disc the unit will select the best format available.
STORE
SHIFT
TV
DVD
TITLE
SELECT
'enter'
You are able to select which audio format you wish to listen to from those available.
SETUP
RETURN
PRESET
TUNE
SIGNAL
BAND
SCAN
+
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
U N I D I S K
To do this:
●
If the disc is playing, press
on the handset or
AUDIO
on the front panel.
●
Repeatedly press AUDIO on the handset until the desired format is shown on the
front panel display.
●
Press
on the handset or
on the front panel. The
symbol on the front
panel display will flash to show that the UNIDISK SC has accepted the command.
When the unit has selected the requested format, playback will begin.
S C
+
-SUB-T
ALARM
Direct title/group selection
To directly access a title/group on a DVD-Video or DVD-Audio while the menu page is
showing or the disc is playing:
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●
Press GOTO on the handset. On your display device the digits showing the current
chapter/track are highlighted.
●
Press
●
Enter the number of the title/group to be selected using the digit keys on the
handset.
●
Press ‘enter’.
on the handset to highlight the current title/group.
Playing Discs
Next and previous chapter/track selection
Replay chapter/track
To skip forwards or backwards through the chapters/tracks of a disc:
To replay the current chapter/track:
●
To skip forwards, repeatedly press
●
To skip backwards, repeatedly press
on the handset or front panel.
●
Press STORE on the handset or
on the front panel.
.
The chapter/track will play from the beginning.
Direct chapter/track selection
To directly access a specific chapter/track on a DVD-Video or DVD-Audio while a
chapter/track is playing:
●
Press GOTO on the handset. On your display device the digits showing the current
chapter/track are highlighted.
●
Enter the number of the chapter/track to be selected using the digit keys.
●
Press ‘enter’.
Direct track selection
To play a particular track:
●
Enter the track number using the digit keys on the handset.
●
Press ‘enter’, or wait for a few seconds and the track will be selected
automatically.
Note:
A track cannot be selected if it has not been included in Include program mode or has
been excluded in Exclude program mode (see Using program modes to control playback,
this chapter).
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Playing Discs
English
Slow search forwards and backwards
Locating a particular point on a disc
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
GOTO
digit keys
GOTO
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
To perform forwards or reverse playback one frame at a time while a disc is playing:
SHIFT
TV
●
Press
●
To slow search forwards, repeatedly press or hold
the front panel.
●
To slow search backwards, repeatedly press or hold
the front panel.
●
Press
SELECT
'enter'
SETUP
PRESET
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
+
U N I D I S K
SIGNAL
BAND
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
S C
+
-AUDIO
on the handset or
on the front panel.
DVD
TITLE
SUB-T
on the handset or
on the handset or
on the handset or
on
on
on the front panel to resume normal playback.
ALARM
Fast search forwards and backwards
Slow scan forwards and backwards
To fast search forwards or fast search backwards while a disc is playing:
To perform slow scan forwards or slow scan reverse playback while a disc is playing:
●
To fast search forwards, hold
●
To fast search backwards, hold
on the handset or
on the front panel.
on the handset or
on the front panel.
●
Press
●
To slow scan forwards at 1/2 normal speed, press
on the handset.
Further presses of
.
decrease the speed of forwards playback: 1/4, 1/6, 1/8 .
Fast scan forwards and backwards
●
To slow scan backwards at 1/2 normal speed, press
Further presses of
decrease the speed of reverse playback: 1/4, 1/6, 1/8 .
To fast scan forwards or fast scan backwards while a disc is playing:
●
●
To fast scan forwards at 2x normal speed, press
Further presses of
●
●
increase the speed of forwards playback: 4x, 6x, 8x.
To fast scan backwards at 2x normal speed, press
Further presses of
Press
on the handset.
.
increase the speed of reverse playback: 4x, 6x, 8x.
on the handset or
on the front panel to resume normal playback.
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Press
.
to resume normal playback.
Playing Discs
Direct time selection
English
Using program modes to control playback
DVD
TV
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
ALL/ONE/A-B
DISP
EXCLUDE
INCLUDE
STORE
To directly access a specific point on a DVD-Video/DVD-Audio while a chapter/track is
playing:
●
SURR
ADJUST
Press GOTO on the handset. On your display device the digits showing the current
chapter/track are highlighted.
●
Press GOTO again.
●
Enter the desired time using the digit keys. The time must be input as a six-figure
number.* The entered time is shown on the display device.
●
GOTO
STORE
SHIFT
digit keys
SHUFFLE
SHIFT
TV
DVD
TITLE
SETUP
PRESET
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
+
Press ‘enter’.
SIGNAL
BAND
*Example:
To access the point 1 hour 15 minutes and 32 seconds into playback, press 0, 1, 1, 5, 3, 2.
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
+
-AUDIO
SUB-T
ALARM
Repeat disc
To repeat an entire DVD-Video title, DVD-Audio group or CD:
●
While the disc is playing, press SHIFT on the handset then press ALL (‘1’ key)
within two seconds. The front panel display shows ALL.
When the title/group/disc is finished playing it will automatically play repeatedly.
To cancel repeat disc mode:
●
While the disc is playing, press SHIFT then press ALL within two seconds.
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Playing Discs
Repeat chapter/track
Shuffle program
To repeat a specific chapter/track:
●
This program mode randomizes the order in which tracks on a disc will be played.
While the chosen chapter/track is playing, press SHIFT on the handset then press
ONE (‘2’ key) within two seconds. The front panel display shows ONE.
Disc must be stopped before this function can be accessed.
When the chapter/track is finished playing it will automatically play repeatedly.
To shuffle the order in which tracks are played:
●
Press SHIFT on the handset, then press SHUFFLE (‘5’ key) within two seconds.
The front panel display shows SHF (shuffle).
●
Press
To cancel repeat chapter/track mode:
●
While the disc is playing, press SHIFT then press ONE within two seconds.
to start playback.
To cancel shuffle mode:
Repeat section
●
Press
●
Press SHIFT, then press SHUFFLE within two seconds.
.
To repeat a specific section of a disc:
●
At the start of the section you wish to repeat, press SHIFT on the handset, then
press A-B (‘3’ key) within two seconds. ‘A’ appears on the front panel display.
●
Continue playback until you reach the end of the section to repeat.
●
Press SHIFT, then A-B within two seconds. ‘B’ appears on the front panel display.
Include program
This program mode allows you to select which tracks you wish to listen to from those
available on a disc.
After A-B has been pressed for the second time, the chosen section automatically plays
repeatedly.
Disc must be stopped before this function can be accessed.
To select which tracks are to be played:
To cancel repeat section mode and continue with normal playback:
●
1. Press SHIFT on the handset, then press INCLUDE (‘7’ key) within two seconds.
The front panel display shows P01:00 and INC (include).
Press SHIFT, then press A-B within two seconds.
2. Use the digit keys to enter the number of the desired track.
3. Press STORE to store the selection and to move to the next program step.
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Playing Discs
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all tracks you wish to select.
5. Press
English
Using DVD-Video and DVD-Audio menus
to store the program and start playback of the selected tracks.
To clear a stored program or cancel include program mode:
●
Press SHIFT on the handset, then press INCLUDE within two seconds.
TV
TITLE
Note:
Up to 99 program steps can be stored.
TITLE
DVD
'enter'
SETUP
PRESET
Exclude program
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
+
Most DVD-Video and DVD-Audio discs have one or more menus that allows you to select
which part of the disc you wish to play, or feature you wish to view or alter.
To navigate menus:
This program mode allows you to exclude tracks from those available on a disc. Those
remaining can then be played back.
Disc must be stopped before this function can be accessed.
●
Press TITLE* on the handset. The menu appears on your display device screen.
●
Use
●
Press ‘enter’.
/
/ /
to select the desired title/feature.
To select which tracks are to be excluded:
*For certain DVD-Videos and DVD-Audios it will be the DVD key.
1. Press SHIFT on the handset, then press EXCLUDE (‘8’ key) within two seconds.
The front panel display shows P01:00 and EXC (exclude).
2. Use the digit keys to enter the number of the track you wish to exclude.
3. Press STORE to store the selection and to move to the next program step.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all tracks you wish to exclude.
5. Press
to store the program and start playback of the remaining tracks.
To clear a stored program or cancel exclude program mode:
●
Press SHIFT, then press EXCLUDE within two seconds.
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Playing Discs
English
Zoom and pan
Further playback options for DVD-Videos and DVD-Audios
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
Zoom allows you to view a picture at different levels of magnification.
Pan allows you to move left and right or up and down across a zoomed picture.
TV
DVD
TITLE
To perform zoom while a disc is playing or paused:
SETUP
PRESET
SIGNAL
AUDIO/SUB-T/
ANGLE/ZOOM
●
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
BAND
+
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
WHAT
DO
The picture changes to the next level of magnification (1.5x normal view) and
ZOOM 1.5 is shown on the display device.
+
-AUDIO
SUB-T
TIMER
WHERE
Press ZOOM on the handset.
ALARM
Further presses of ZOOM select greater levels of magnification: 2x, 3x .
Another press of ZOOM returns the picture to normal view.
Language or audio stream selection
To perform pan on a zoomed picture:
To cycle through the available language or audio stream options.
●
●
Repeatedly press AUDIO on the handset.
Subtitles
To access available subtitles or remove them from the screen:
●
Repeatedly press SUB-T on the handset.
Angle selection
Certain DVD-Videos allow you to view the same scene from more than one viewpoint.
To perform angle selection:
●
Press ANGLE on the handset. The next available angle will be selected.
Further presses of ANGLE select subsequent angles.
Note:
The
symbol will appear on your display device to inform you when a multi-angle
portion of a DVD-Video is being played, provided Angle Mark in the setup menus is set to
On (see Setup Menus chapter).
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Repeatedly press or hold
/
/ /
on the handset.
Playing Discs
Additional information on Video CDs and Super VCDs
English
Additional file formats
DVD
ONE
TV
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
DISP
GOTO
DVD
TV
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
SHUFFLE
digit keys
SURR
INCLUDE
DISP
digit keys
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
SHIFT
GOTO
SURR
TV
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
TITLE
DVD
DVD
TV
TITLE
'enter'
DVD
DVD
'enter'
SETUP
PRESET
SETUP
PRESET
RETURN
TUNE
SCAN
SIGNAL
+
--
BAND
MONO
--
+
Video CDs and Super VCDs may feature PBC (Playback Control). PBC allows additional
control over playback functionality. PBC can be turned on or off to suit your
requirements. If PBC is on, you will be able to pause the disc and skip forwards or
backwards through tracks.
Additionally, with Super VCDs, a menu showing the contents of the disc will appear on
your display device. To play a specific track, press the appropriate digit key then press
‘enter’.
If PBC is off, such functionality may not be available.
To turn PBC on or off:
●
Press DVD on the handset.
SCAN
BAND
+
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
+
-AUDIO
SIGNAL
RETURN
TUNE
SUB-T
The following file formats, if recorded on data discs, are playable/viewable on the
UNIDISK SC: MP3, JPEG, MPEG-2.
To play/view such files:
●
Turn on your display device and tune it to the UNIDISK SC’s video output signal.
●
If the handset is not in Disc mode, press DVD.
●
Insert the data disc into the UNIDISK SC. After a few seconds the Disc Navigation
screen appears on your display device, which shows the folder structure of the
disc.
Note:
To view the contents of the data disc, Disc Nav in the Preferences section of the setup
menus must be set to With Menu (see Setup Menus chapter).
Follow the instructions below.
/
/ /
●
To navigate between sections, folders or items, use
●
To view the contents of a folder, highlight the folder then press ‘enter’.
●
To play/view an item, highlight the item then press ‘enter’.
●
To skip forwards/backwards through items, press
●
To fast search forwards/backwards while an MP3 or MPEG-2 file is playing, press
and hold
/
.
●
To stop playing/viewing an item, press
/
on the handset.
.
.
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Playing Discs
English
Include program
Note:
If Disc Nav in the setup menus is set to No Menu, a data disc inserted into the
UNIDISK SC will play from the first item of the first folder when you press ‘enter’.
The
,
,
keys will function as above.
This mode allows you to select which files you wish to listen to/view from those available
in a folder.
To select which files are to be played:
Replay file
1. Press SHIFT on the handset, then press INCLUDE (‘7’ key) within two seconds.
The front panel display shows P01:00 and INC (include).
To replay an MP3 file:
●
2. Use the digit keys to enter the number of the desired file.
While the file is playing, press SHIFT on the handset, then press ONE (‘2’ key)
within two seconds. The front panel display shows ONE.
3. Press ‘enter’ to store the selection and to move to the next program step.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all files you wish to select.
When the file is finished playing it will automatically play repeatedly.
5. Press
to store the program and start playback of the selected files.
To cancel replay file mode:
●
To clear a stored program or cancel include program mode:
Press SHIFT, then press ONE within two seconds.
●
Shuffle program
To shuffle the order in which files in a folder play:
●
While the first file is playing, press SHIFT on the handset, then press SHUFFLE
(‘5’ key) within two seconds. The front panel display shows SHF (shuffle).
●
Press
to start playback.
To cancel shuffle mode:
●
Press SHIFT, then press SHUFFLE within two seconds.
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Press SHIFT on the handset, then press INCLUDE within two seconds.
Surround Sound and Audio Modes
Surround Sound and Audio Modes
DVD
English
Using Dolby Pro Logic II with CDs
You are able to carry out Dolby Pro Logic II processing while listening to a CD.
TV
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
DISP
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
GOTO
SURR
To do this:
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
TV
TITLE
●
Repeatedly press SURR on the handset until As Mix is shown on the front
panel display.
●
Press and hold SURR until Pro Logic II Mode is shown.
●
Repeatedly press SURR to cycle through the available Pro Logic options.
SHIFT
DVD
Most DVD-Videos have more than one surround sound format contained on the disc. The
most common formats are DTS, Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Stereo.
For details on the use of Dolby Pro Logic II, see Dolby PLII Mode and Dolby PLII Control
in the Setup Menus chapter.
Once you have selected a surround sound format via the DVD-Video’s menu (see Using
DVD-Video and DVD-Audio menus in the Playing Discs chapter), the UNIDISK SC allows
you to further amend the audio mode in order to restrict the number of speakers used, if
desired.
The options available are:
Audio mode
DTS Full*
As Mix
3 Stereo
Phantom
Stereo
Stereo + Sub
Speakers used
Requires 5.1 channels (five full-range speakers plus subwoofer)
As many speakers as are available (up to 6)
Fronts and centre (plus subwoofer if available)
Fronts and surrounds (plus subwoofer if available)
Fronts only (default for audio CD’s)
Fronts plus subwoofer
*Available only for discs featuring DTS format.
To cycle through the available audio modes:
●
Repeatedly press SURR (surround) on the handset. The audio modes are shown on
the front panel display.
Notes:
All above audio modes, with the exception of DTS Full, are available when listening to a CD
or an auxiliary source.
For Dolby Digital stereo discs you must set the Dolby PL option in the setup menus to
On (see Setup Menus chapter).
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Pre-amplifier
Pre-amplifier
Mute and unmute
This chapter describes how to operate the UNIDISK SC’s pre-amplifier.
To mute or unmute the audio:
ALL
ONE
A-B
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
●
DISP
Press
.
GOTO
SURR
ADJUST
VOL --/+
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
Trim adjustment
AUX
DVD
TV
TITLE
DVD
SETUP
RETURN
Centre speaker trim
/
PRESET
SIGNAL
TUNE
BAND
+
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
Centre speaker trim range is -10 to +10, with neutral trim being 0.
+
-AUDIO
SCAN
If you use a centre speaker as part of your AV system, you may find that you want to
adjust the volume level of the centre speaker without affecting any of the other
speakers. This is achieved by adjusting the centre speaker trim.
SUB-T
To adjust the level of centre speaker trim:
Volume and muting
●
Repeatedly press ADJUST on the handset until the front panel shows the centre
speaker trim display.
●
To increase the level of trim, repeatedly press or hold
on the handset.
●
To decrease the level of trim, repeatedly press or hold
.
Volume adjustment
The volume range is from 0 to 100.
IMPORTANT:
Please note that excessive volume can damage your hearing and your audio equipment.
To adjust the volume:
●
Repeatedly press or hold VOL - / + on the handset.
To exit centre speaker trim adjustment:
●
Press DVD on the handset.
or
●
To exit from the volume display:
●
Press DVD on the handset.
or
●
Wait a few seconds for the display to revert to the disc display.
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Wait a few seconds for the display to change to the disc display.
Pre-amplifier
English
Subwoofer trim
Balance adjustment
If you use a subwoofer speaker as part of your AV system, you may find that you want to
adjust the volume level of the subwoofer without affecting any of the other speakers.
This is achieved by adjusting the subwoofer trim.
This function allows you to shift the balance between the left and right speakers.
Balance range is from 10 increments to the left, to 10 increments to the right, with
neutral balance being 0.
Subwoofer trim range is -10 to +10, with neutral trim being 0.
To shift the balance setting:
To adjust the level of subwoofer trim:
●
Repeatedly press ADJUST on the handset until the front panel shows the
subwoofer trim display.
●
To increase the level of trim, repeatedly press or hold
on the handset.
●
To decrease the level of trim, repeatedly press or hold
.
●
Repeatedly press ADJUST on the handset until the front panel shows the balance
display.
●
To shift the balance to the right, repeatedly press or hold
●
To shift the balance to the left, repeatedly press or hold
on the handset.
.
To exit balance adjustment:
To exit subwoofer trim adjustment:
●
●
Press DVD on the handset.
or
or
●
Press DVD on the handset.
●
Wait a few seconds for the display to change to the disc display.
Wait a few seconds for the display to change to the disc display.
Auxiliary source selection
To select an auxiliary source:
●
Repeatedly press AUX on the handset to cycle through the auxiliary inputs.
To return to Disc mode:
●
Press DVD on the handset.
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User Options
English
User Options
Table of user options
This chapter explains how you can configure certain functions of the UNIDISK SC to suit
your own requirements.
The following table shows the UNIDISK SC’s user options, describes them and lists the
available settings for each. Default settings are shown in bold (and are marked with a ‘*’
on the front panel display).
Changing the user options’ settings
Option
Description
Settings
DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS
Allows adjustment to the brightness of the
front panel display. When set to AUTO, the
unit will select a brightness level based on
the ambient light level in the room (the
greater the ambient light level, the brighter
the display will be).
AUTO
2% to 100%
(non-linear)
SLEEP DISPLAY DELAY
Sets the number of seconds that the unit is
inactive for before the sleep display (three
dots) is shown on the front panel.
OFF
0m 10s to 5m 00s
(in 10 sec steps)
FRONT PANEL IR
COMMANDS
If set to ACCEPTED, unit will respond to
commands received via the IR receiver on
the front panel.
ACCEPTED
IGNORED
ACC SOCKET MODE
Defines the use of the ACC (accessory)
socket. IR = Infrared Repeater,
RCU = KNEKT Room Control Unit.
IR
RCU
IR OUT MODULATION
Modulation frequency for infrared flasher.
36 kHz
10 kHz to 2212 kHz
KNEKT MODE
AUTO is the setting for normal operation and
is also for use when the unit is in a KNEKT
system and is connected to another UNIDISK
SC, a Linn CLASSIK Movie,
CLASSIK Movie Di, or CLASSIK Music. In this
situation the UNIDISK SC will automatically
configure itself to operate as a Main or Local
Room component.
AUTO
MAIN
LOCAL
SOURCE
TUNER
ALL
ONE
A-B
DISP
RANDOM
SHUFFLE
INTRO
INCLUDE
EXCLUDE
RECORD
GOTO
SURR
ADJUST
STORE
SHIFT
TV
DVD
TITLE
SELECT
'enter'
SETUP
RETURN
PRESET
TUNE
SCAN
+
SIGNAL
BAND
MONO
--
ANGLE
ZOOM
WHAT
DO
U N I D I S K
+
-AUDIO
S C
SUB-T
ALARM
TIMER
WHERE
To access the user options:
●
If there is a disc playing in the unit, stop it.
●
Hold
on the front panel until the display shows User Options.
To change the user options’ settings:
●
Repeatedly press or hold
required user option.
●
Repeatedly press or hold
or
on the handset or front panel to select the
or
to change the setting of the user option.
The MAIN and LOCAL options allow you to
specify whether the unit is a Main or Local
Room component in a KNEKT system.
To restore a user option to its default value:
●
Select the required user option.
●
Press ‘enter’ on the handset or
The SOURCE setting disables the unit’s preamplifier and should be used if the
UNIDISK SC is being used with an external preamplifier or surround sound processor.
on the front panel.
To save settings and exit the user options:
●
Press
on the handset or
on the front panel.
PASS IR TO REMOTE OUT
(This option will not be
available if KNEKT MODE
has been set to AUTO,
MAIN or LOCAL.)
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If set to ENABLED, the unit passes commands
received via the IR receiver on the front panel
to REMOTE OUT. Will function even if the IR
commands are disabled.
ENABLED
DISABLED
User Options
Table of user options
Option
x
(continued)
Description
Settings
Option
Description
Settings
PLAY COMMAND
If you wish to use a handset other than the
one supplied with the unit, and the other
handset has separate play and pause keys,
set to PLAY ONLY.
PLAY ONLY
PLAY / PAUSE
STOP COMMAND
If you wish to use a handset other than the
one supplied with the unit, and the other
handset has separate stop and eject keys,
set to STOP ONLY.
STOP ONLY
STOP / EJECT
REPEAT COMMAND
If you wish to use a handset other than the
one supplied with the unit, and the other
handset has only a repeat key, set to
REPEAT A-B / ALL. (If you select REPEAT
A-B / ALL a press and release of the repeat
key will act as a REPEAT A-B command and
a press and hold of the repeat key will act
as a REPEAT ALL command.
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT A-B / ALL
HI-RES SACD/DVD-A
AUDIO
This option is for use if you have five fullrange speakers in your system plus a
subwoofer. When playing an SACD or DVDAudio and As Mix has been selected as the
audio mode, the DIRECT setting will bypass
the unit’s bass redirect circuitry, resulting in
higher audio quality.
DIRECT
NORMAL
SCROLL SACD TEXT
ONCE: Track information on SACDs will
scroll once across the front panel display.
ONCE
LOOP
OFF
PASS REMOTE IN TO OUT
(This option will not be
available if KNEKT MODE
has been set to AUTO,
MAIN or LOCAL.)
If set to ENABLED, the unit passes RC5
commands received at REMOTE IN to REMOTE
OUT.
ENABLED
DISABLED
AUTO SOURCE SELECTION
(This option will not be
available if KNEKT MODE
has been set to SOURCE.)
If set to ENABLED, pressing any disc key
( ,
etc) on the handset or front panel
will automatically put the unit into Disc
mode.
(DISC) ENABLED
(DISC) DISABLED
SOURCE MEMORY
(This option will not be
available if KNEKT MODE
has been set to SOURCE.)
If set to ENABLED, the unit selects the last
used pre-amplifier settings for each source.
If set to DISABLED, the same pre-amplifier
settings are used for all sources.
ENABLED
DISABLED
2 CHANNEL AUDIO
Use this option to set whether the unit
outputs a two-channel (select PURE
STEREO) or a surround encoded multichannel signal (select SURROUND
ENCODED) through the KNEKT, SCART* and
TV OUT sockets.
PURE STEREO
SURROUND ENCODED
Use this option to set whether the unit
includes (set to INCLUDED) or excludes
(set to EXCLUDED) the LFE (Low Frequency
Effects) signal in a two-channel downmix
that is being output through the KNEKT,
SCART* and TV OUT sockets.
INCLUDED
EXCLUDED
RS232 BAUD RATE
Sets the baud rate for RS232 control.
9600
4800 to 230400
(9 settings)
LOOP: Track information on SACDs will
scroll repeatedly across the front panel
display.
RS232 EVENTS
If set to ENABLED, the unit passes
information regarding the internal status of
the unit to an external device that accepts
RS232 data.
ENABLED
DISABLED
OFF: Track information on SACDs will not
appear on the front panel display.
RS232 STARTUP MESSAGE
If set to ENABLED, the unit will output an
RS232 start message when the unit is
switched on.
ENABLED
DISABLED
CD COMMANDS
If an external CD player is connected to the
UNIDISK SC and you want the UNIDISK SC
to ignore CD handset commands, set to
IGNORED.
ACCEPTED
IGNORED
2 CHANNEL LFE
English
*SCART for SCART version only.
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Technical Specification
English
Technical Specification
Audio outputs
Electrical
Mains voltage
100-230 Vac @ 50-60 Hz
Type
Power consumption
40 W approx
SCART version
Unbalanced
Physical
Weight
4.3 kg
Dimensions
Connector
Level
Impedance
6 x RCA
2 Vrms
–
Line level
2 x RCA
Digital
1 x SPDIF
1 x TOSLINK
500 mVp-p
Unbalanced
6 x RCA
2 Vrms
Line level
2 x RCA
–
Digital
1 x SPDIF
500 mVp-p
380 (W) x 360 (D) x 80 (H) mm
–
300 Ω
–
75 Ω
Notes
Pre-amp out
Fixed out
–
–
–
300 Ω
Pre-amp out
Phono version
Video outputs
Type
Connector
Level
Impedance
Notes
SCART version
Component
SCART
RGB + Composite:
1 Vp-p
75 Ω
Composite
SCART
1 Vp-p
75 Ω
–
Type
4 pin mini-DIN
Y (lum): 1 Vp-p
C (chr): 700 mVp-p
75 Ω
–
SCART version
Phono version
Component
3 x RCA
YPrPb
75 Ω
–
S-video
4 Pin mini-DIN
Y (lum): 1 Vp-p
C (chr): 700 mVp-p
75 Ω
–
1 x RCA
1 Vp-p
75 Ω
Connector
Level
Impedance
–
Video inputs
Type
Notes
Component
SCART
–
–
–
S-video
4 pin mini-DIN
–
–
–
Phono version
3 x RCA
–
–
–
S-video
4 pin mini-DIN
–
–
–
Composite
1 x RCA
–
–
–
–
Connector
Level
Impedance
Notes
4 x RCA
–
–
2 x stereo
Unbalanced
TV SCART
–
–
Stereo
Unbalanced
VCR SCART
–
–
Stereo
Digital
2 x SPDIF
2 x TOSLINK
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Phono version
Unbalanced
4 x RCA
2 Vrms
300 Ω
Digital
2 x SPDIF
2 x TOSLINK
500 mVp-p
75 Ω
Type
Connector
Level
RS232
2 x RJ11
–
–
–
–
Data and control
Impedance
–
–
Notes
–
Remote in/out
2 x RCA
4 mA
–
IR flasher
2 x 3 mm jack
–
–
–
Accessory socket
1 x RJ45
–
–
–
KNEKT control
5 x RJ45
–
–
–
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–
Unbalanced
SCART version
Component
Fixed out
75 Ω
Audio inputs
S-video
Composite
–
1 x TOSLINK
–
–
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Guarantee and Service
Guarantee and Service
This product is guaranteed under the conditions that apply in the country of purchase
and your statutory rights are not limited. In addition to any statutory rights you may
have, Linn undertake to replace any parts that have failed due to faulty manufacture.
To help us, please ask your Linn retailer about the Linn warranty scheme in operation in
your country.
In parts of Europe, the United States of America and some other markets, extended
warranty may be available to customers who register their purchase with Linn.
A warranty registration card is included with the product and should be stamped by your
retailer and returned to Linn as soon as possible.
Alternatively, register online at www.linn.co.uk
Warning
Unauthorised servicing or dismantling of the product invalidates the manufacturer’s
warranty. There are no user serviceable parts inside the product and all enquiries
relating to product servicing should be referred to authorised retailers only.
Technical support and information
For technical support, product queries and information, please contact either your local
retailer or one of the Linn offices opposite.
Full details of your local retailer/distributor can be found on the Linn website:
www.linn.co.uk
Important
●
Please keep a copy of the sales receipt to establish the purchase date of the
product.
●
Please ensure that your equipment is insured by you during any transit or
shipment for repair.
Linn Products Limited
Glasgow Road
Waterfoot
Eaglesham
Glasgow G76 0EQ
Scotland, UK
Phone:
Fax:
Helpline:
Email:
Website:
+44 (0)141 307 7777
+44 (0)141 644 4262
0500 888909
helpline@linn.co.uk
www.linn.co.uk
Linn Incorporated
8787 Perimeter Park Boulevard
Jacksonville
FL 32216
USA
Phone:
Fax:
Helpline:
Email:
Website:
+1 (904) 645 5242
+1 (904) 645 7275
888-671-LINN
helpline@linninc.com
www.linninc.com
Linn Deutschland GmbH
Albert-Einstein-Ring 19
22761 Hamburg
Deutschland
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Website:
+49-(0) 40-890 660-0
+49-(0) 40-890 660-29
info@linngmbh.de
www.linn.co.uk
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