Eureka 8850-8899 Series Vacuum Cleaner User Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DVD Home Theatre System
REMOTE CONTROLLER RB-TS750ST
DC-TS750
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................. 1
CONTROLS ........................................................................................ 2
REMOTE CONTROL .......................................................................... 3
BASIC CONNECTIONS ..................................................................... 4
ADDITIONAL CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES ...................................... 7
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES ............................................ 8
BEFORE OPERATION ..................................................................... 10
ADJUSTING THE CLOCK ............................................................... 10
VARIOUS ADJUSTING ..................................................................... 11
PLAYABLE DISCS ............................................................................ 12
DISC PLAY ....................................................................................... 13
VARIOUS DISC PLAYING FUNCTIONS ....................................... 14
MP3 CD OPERATION .................................................................... 17
INITIAL SETTINGS ........................................................................ 18
LANGUAGE CODE LIST ............................................................... 20
LISTENING TO OTHER SOURCES ................................................ 21
LISTENING TO THE RADIO ............................................................ 21
TIMER OPERATION ........................................................................ 22
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................... 23
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ......................................................... 23
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................ 24
PRECAUTIONS
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
CAUTION
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LOW POWER LASER DEVICE, TO ENSURE CONTINUED SAFETY DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVERS OR
ATTEMPT TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE INSIDE OF THE PRODUCT.
REFER ALL SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
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The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
Do not use where there are extremes of temperature (below 5°C or
exceeding 35°C) or where direct sunlight may strike it.
Because of the DVD player’s extremely low noise and wide dynamic
range, there might be a tendency to set the volume on the amplifier
unnecessarily high. Doing so may produce an excessively large
output from the amplifier which could damage your speakers.
Sudden changes in the ambient temperature may cause condensation
to form on the optical lens inside the unit. If this happens, take out the
disc, leave the unit for about 1 hour, and then proceed to operate.
When carrying the unit, be sure to remove any disc which may be
inside and turn the power off. Wait at least 10 seconds, then unplug
the mains lead from the AC outlet. Carrying the unit with a disc inside
may damage the disc and/or the unit.
Do not install this equipment in a confined space, such as a book case
or built in cabinet.
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Placing the unit in a well ventilated area is strongly recommended.
Do not place any object on the top of the unit.
Do not block ventilation holes.
The cabinet of the unit warms up when it is used for a long time, but
it is not a malfunction.
Important Information:
To connect this unit to a TV, TV must have a Video input socket or an
EURO-AV/SCART socket. You cannot use an RF input socket or aerial
terminal to connect this unit.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected
by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only
unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
IMPORTANT
If the plug supplied with this equipment is not suitable for the socket
outlets in your home it should be cut off and replaced with the correct
type.
Disposal of Plug
If the non rewireable plug is to be cut off, the removed plug should be
disposed of carefully as there is a shock hazard should the plug be
inserted into a live socket.
Replacing Fuse
The detachable fuse cover must be replaced after changing the fuse.
Only a 3A fuse should be used and should comply with BS1362 and
should carry the ASTA mark
.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
code;
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
The wires in the mains lead must be connected to the terminals in the
plug as follows;
Wire colour
Plug terminal marking
Blue
N or Black or Blue
Brown
L or Red or Brown
Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal.
If the mains plug contains a fuse this should be 3A, if a plug without a fuse
is used the distribution board fuse should not be greater than 5A.
The unit is not disconnected from the mains unless it is unplugged from the AC outlet.
1
CONTROLS
Front panel
1
2
10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
3
9
Disc tray
Remote sensor (IR)
Display
Power button/Standby indicator (z/ON, STANDBY)
Headphones socket (PHONES)
8
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
7
6
5
4
Volume control (VOLUME)
Function button (FUNCTION)
Play button (a)
Stop button (n)
Open/Close button (q)
Display
1
2
DOLBY PL DTS
DOLBY DIGITAL
ST MONO
3
5
4
PROG. ALL 1 A-B
kHz REP.
MHz SLEEP
RDS
ON OFF
T
C
18 16 15 13
17
14
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Dolby Pro Logic indicator (DOLBY PL)
DTS indicator (DTS)
Title and Track indicator (T)
Message or number indicators
(Title, chapter, track, playing time or other information)
Programme indicator (PROG.)
Repeat mode indicators (ALL, 1, A-B, REP.)
Timer indicator (0)
Timer off indicator (OFF)
Timer on indicator (ON)
Sleep indicator (SLEEP)
6
7
12 10 8
11 9
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Kilohertz indicator (kHz)/Megahertz indicator (MHz)
RDS indicator (RDS)
Chapter indicator (C)
Pause indicator (k)
FM mono indicator (MONO)
FM stereo indicator (ST)
Play indicator (a)
Dolby Digital indicator (DOLBY DIGITAL)
ACCESSORIES
RB-TS750ST remote control
R6 (HP 7) battery x 2
AM loop aerial
FM aerial wire
Video lead
Front right speaker lead (Black and Red)
Front left speaker lead (Black and Blue)
Centre speaker lead (Black and Green)
Surround right speaker lead (Black and Orange)
Surround left speaker lead (Black and Gray)
Subwoofer lead (Black and Brown)
Screw kit
2
REMOTE CONTROL
Note:
In this instruction manual, any operation of
pressing any button while pressing the SHIFT
button is as shown below.
Example: “Press the SHIFT + 1 ANGLE
buttons.”
1
9
3
6
10
5
4
11
29
28
12
27
14
26
25
REMOTE CONTROLLER RB-TS750ST
6. Shift button (SHIFT)
7. Open/Close button (OPEN/CLOSE)
8. Return button (RETURN)
9. Clear/Trim button (CLEAR/TRIM)
10. Test tone button (TEST)
11. Menu button (MENU)
12. Directional arrow buttons (4, a, 5, b)
13. On-screen display button (ON SCREEN)
14. Play button (a)
15. Stop button (n)
16. Skip/Next/Previous buttons (f, e)
17. Subtitle on/off button (S.T.ON/OFF)
18. Subtitle change button (S.T.CH)
19. Repeat button (REPEAT)
20. A-B repeat button (A-B REP)
15
18 17
19
20
REMOTE CONTROLLER RB-TS750ST
21. Last memory button (L.MEMO)
22. Picture mode/Search mode button
(PICTURE MODE/SEARCH MODE)
23. Forward slow button (F.SLOW
)
24. Reverse slow button (R.SLOW )
25. Fast forward/Fast reverse buttons (d, c)
26. Pause/Step button (k)
27. Title button (TITLE)
28. Enter button (ENTER)
29. Setup button (SETUP)
30. Programme button (PROGRAM)
Remote control range
Install two “R6 (HP 7)” batteries.
Remote sensor
Within
approx.
6 meters
Note:
Remove the batteries if the remote control is not to be used for a month
or more. Batteries left in the unit may leak and cause damage.
13
16
24 23
22
21
Inserting batteries
3
8
2
Controls
1. Power button (z/ON)
2. Number and other function buttons
Number buttons (1 - 9, 0)
Angle button (ANGLE)
Angle replay button (A.REPLAY)
Zoom button (ZOOM)
Audio button (AUDIO)
Sleep button (SLEEP)
Timer button (TIMER)
Adjust button (ADJUST)
Set/Clear button (SET/CLEAR)
Clock button (CLOCK)
3. TV control buttons
Note:
- Only SANYO TVs can be operated
using this remote control.
- There may be some older TV models
that cannot be operated with this remote
control. If this is the case, use the original
remote control supplied with the TV.
Power button (TV POWER)
TV/Video select button (TV/VIDEO)
Channel scanning buttons (TV CH)
4. Tuner controls
Radio data system mode button (RDS)
Tuner function/Band select button (TUNE/
BAND)
Tuning/Programme type select buttons
(TUNE/PTY)
Preset tuning/Programme type check
buttons (PRESET/PTY CHK)
5. Amplifier controls
Surround button (SURROUND)
Muting button (MUTE)
Bass button (BASS)
Sound preset button (SOUND)
Function button (FUNCTION)
Volume buttons (VOLUME)
7
30
30°
30°
BASIC CONNECTIONS
After all connections have been made, connect the mains lead to an AC outlet .
Note:
- Do not connect the mains lead to an AC outlet until all connections have been made.
- The system is not completely disconnected from the mains when the z/ON button is set to the z position.
Speaker connections
To achieve proper stereo reproduction, connect the speaker wires without shorting to adjacent wires as shown in figure.
Speaker wire colour
Black and Red
Black and Blue
Black and Green
Black and Orange
Black and Gray
Black and Brown
Note:
The SPEAKERS sockets are designed for use only with the supplied
speakers. Do not use with other speakers. Connecting other speaker may
damage the speaker and/or the unit.
If using other speakers, check their impedance/input power.
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8 Ω or more/40 W or more
SUBWOOFER: 4 Ω or more/80 W or more
Use
Front right speaker
Front left speaker
Centre speaker
Surround right speaker
Surround left speaker
Subwoofer
Front right speaker
Front left speaker
Black
Red
Black
Red
Black
Red
Red
Black
Blue
Black
Green
Black
Centre speaker
JCX-TS750
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
Black
L
Orange
VIDEO
R
S-VIDEO
FRONT
Black
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
Gray
Black
Brown
Black
Red
INPUT
Black
Red
Surround right speaker
Black
Red
Surround left speaker
Subwoofer
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Speaker placement
Front right speaker
Centre speaker
Surround right speaker
Front left speaker
The supplied speakers have built-in magnetic stray
field compensation. They may be placed close to a
TV without affecting the colour purity.
The five speakers are all the same and can be used
for front left, centre, front right, surround left and
surround right speakers.
Subwoofer
Surround left speaker
Centre speaker
Front left speaker
Front right speaker
Subwoofer
30° 30°
Surround left
speaker
120°
Example: To hang the speaker on a wall
Surround right
speaker
The front, centre, and surround speakers should be placed at
approximately the same distance from the listening position.
Place the front left and right speakers either side of the TV.
Place the centre speaker directly above the TV.
Place the surround speakers either sides of the listening
position, or slightly to the rear, approximately 60 cm ~ 1 meter
higher than ear level.
The subwoofer can be placed near the front speaker and not
too far from the TV.
Note:
- The angles in the diagramme are approximate.
- Please refer to “Setting audio” on page 19.
Example: To mount the speaker with a stand
Stand (not supplied)
Approx. 3 mm
Screw (supplied)
Round head screw (not supplied)
Built-in special nut, 3/16 inch diameter
Note: Take care when installing the speakers. They may cause damage or serious injury should they fall from their mountings.
5
Aerial connections
AM loop aerial
Assemble the loop aerial.
FM external aerial
2
1
AM loop aerial
Unwind the aerial wires, then connect them to the AM LOOP terminals.
Place the loop aerial in a position which yields the best AM reception, or
attach it to a wall or other surface.
JCX-TS750
ANT
1
AM
LOOP
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
ANT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
AM
LOOP
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
3
2
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
Aerial wire
Screws (not supplied)
Note:
To minimize noise, the speaker, mains and any other leads should not
come close to the indoor or external aerial lead and AM loop aerial. Do not
place the aerial leads close to the system.
In areas close to a transmitter the simple indoor aerial is sufficient to
receive broadcasts. Extend the aerial wire as straight as possible and,
while listening to the sound from the system, secure it in a position which
yields minimal distortion and noise.
In fringe areas or where reception is distorted or noisy, an FM external
aerial (not supplied) should be connected instead of the simple indoor
aerial. Consult your dealer.
Connecting to a TV with the video lead
Connect the video lead between the MONITOR OUT VIDEO socket of the unit and the video input socket of the TV.
JCX-TS750
TV
Video lead
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
Notes on connections
- Please refer to the instruction manuals for the components that you are connecting (TV, VCR, etc.).
- When you connect the unit to your TV and other equipment, be sure to turn off the power and disconnect all of the equipments from the AC outlet until
all the connections have been made.
- Do not connect the MONITOR OUT (S-VIDEO/VIDEO) and AV EURO/TV (AUDIO) IN (RGB OUT) sockets of the unit to a VCR directly. The
playback picture will be distorted because DVD discs are copy protected.
- Please consult your local audio/video dealer for more details.
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ADDITIONAL CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES
Connecting to a TV with an S-video lead
Please follow these steps before turning on the power.
1. If your TV has an S-video input socket, connect the unit as shown in
figure. (The MONITOR OUT VIDEO socket connection is not
necessary.) You can enjoy clearer picture playback.
2. Set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch to S-VIDEO.
TV
JCX-TS750
2
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
INPUT
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
R
S-VIDEO
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
1
S-Video lead (not supplied)
Connecting to a TV with an EURO-AV/SCART lead
Please follow the steps below before turning on the power.
1. If your TV has an EURO-AV/SCART socket, connect the unit as
shown. (Do not connect the video lead to the MONITOR OUT VIDEO
socket.) You can enjoy high quality picture playback.
2. Set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch to RGB.
JCX-TS750
TV
2
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
EURO-AV/SCART
(RGB input facility)
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
1
EURO-AV/SCART lead (not supplied)
TV or Audio equipment
(such as MD deck etc.)
TV or Audio equipment connections
Connect an audio lead between the VIDEO (AUDIO) IN socket of the unit
and the audio output socket of the TV or audio equipment.
JCX-TS750
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
R
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
Audio lead (not supplied)
Headphones
Connect stereo headphones (not supplied) to the PHONES socket for monitoring or for private listening. The speakers are automatically disconnected
when headphones are connected.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DVD disc with DTS may not work correctly. You can see the picture on the TV screen, but there is no sound.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS EXAMPLES
JCX-TS750, TV and Audio equipment
TV
Aerial
EURO-AV/SCART
AERIAL
(RGB input facility)
IN
Aerial lead (not supplied)
EURO-AV/SCART lead (not supplied)
Audio equipment
(such as MD deck etc.)
JCX-TS750
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AUDIO OUT
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
L
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
R
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
Audio lead (not supplied)
JCX-TS750, TV and VCR
Aerial
TV
EURO-AV/SCART
AERIAL
(Audio monitor out)
IN
Aerial lead (not supplied)
EURO-AV/SCART lead (not supplied)
Aerial lead (not supplied)
EURO-AV/SCART lead (not supplied)
JCX-TS750
VCR
ANT
AV
AUDIO OUT
L
R
IN
RGB
AERIAL
OUT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
S
FRONT/CEN
SUBWOOF
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
SURRO
Audio lead (not supplied)
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JCX-TS750, TV, VCR and Audio equipment
TV
Aerial
EURO-AV/SCART
(Audio monitor out)
AERIAL
IN
Aerial lead (not supplied)
EURO-AV/SCART leads (not supplied)
Audio equipment
(such as MD deck etc.)
JCX-TS750
ANT
VCR
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AUDIO OUT
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
FRONT
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
SURROUND
AUDIO OUT
AV
IN
L
L
AERIAL
R
R
OUT
Audio lead (not supplied)
Aerial lead (not supplied)
JCX-TS750, TV, VCR, STB and Audio equipment
TV
Aerial
EURO-AV/SCART
(Audio monitor out)
AERIAL
IN
Aerial lead (not supplied)
EURO-AV/SCART leads (not supplied)
JCX-TS750
Set Top Box
(not supplied)
Audio equipment
(such as MD deck etc.)
ANT
VIDEO OUT SELECT
RGB
AM
LOOP
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
FRONT/CENTER/SURROUND: 8Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4Ω
AUDIO OUT
AV EURO / TV(AUDIO)IN
(RGB OUT) MONITOR OUT
L
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
EXT.ANT
FM75Ω
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
R
L CENTER R
L SUB WOOFER
FRONT
SURROUND
R
OUT
IN
AV
AERIAL
IN/OUT
OUT
VCR
EURO-AV/SCART
lead (not supplied)
Aerial lead
(not supplied)
Audio lead (not supplied)
VCR
AV
AUDIO OUT
Aerial lead (not supplied)
9
IN
L
AERIAL
R
OUT
This instruction manual explains the various functions of this unit using the remote control.
The buttons on the main unit perform similar functions to similarly marked buttons on the remote control.
BEFORE OPERATION
Turning the power on and off
Adjusting the volume
Press the z/ON button. The STANDBY indicator goes out. (After connecting
the mains lead, when you press the z/ON button for the first time, the
volume-reset feature automatically sets the initial volume level.)
To turn the power off, press the z/ON button again. The STANDBY
indicator lights.
- When the mains lead is connected to the AC outlet, the unit will
respond to commands from the remote control.
Press the + or – VOLUME button (or turn the VOLUME control on the main
unit). The volume level appears on the display (VOL 0 ~ VOL MAX).
Ecology (low power consumption) standby mode
(Main unit only)
You can set the unit to the ecology standby mode.
First press the z/ON button to turn the power off, then press the n button.
Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows.
Clock wv Off
Clock:
When turning the power off, the clock display remains lit (Ecology
standby mode – off).
Off (Ecology standby mode):
When turning the power off, no display appears on the display.
Direct start function
If the following buttons are pressed when the unit is in standby, the unit
turns on automatically and the selected function is activated.
Remote control
a, TUNE/BAND, OPEN/CLOSE
Main unit
a, q
Selecting the function
Press the FUNCTION button to select the desired function. Each time the
button is pressed, the display changes as follows:
DVD/CD v TV v VIDEO v FM TUNER v AM TUNER v . . .
- When the function selection is changed, disc play is automatically
stopped.
To reduce the volume temporarily
Press the MUTE button. “MUTE” blinks on the display. To restore the
previous volume setting, press the MUTE button again.
Bass boost system
Press the BASS button to select the desired bass boost effect.
BOOST v BASS OFF v NORMAL . . .
Selecting the sound mode
1. Press the SOUND button to select the desired sound mode (“BASS”
or “TREBLE”).
2. Press the 4 or 5 button to adjust the sound level (“+5” ~ “–5”).
3. Press the SOUND button repeatedly to close the display.
To reset “BASS” and “TREBLE” to “0”, press the SOUND button to select
“FLAT”. Then press the ENTER button. “- - FLAT - -” briefly appears.
Adjusting the display brightness
While pressing the n button on the main unit, press the ON SCREEN
button on the remote control.
DIMMER 1 v DIMMER 2 v DIMMER 0 . . .
WHAT TO DO IF...
If the operation of the unit or display is not normal,
1. Disconnect the mains lead.
2. Press the RESET button (bottom of the main
unit) for at least 30 seconds as shown in figure.
3. Connect the mains lead.
4. Resume operation.
RESET
ADJUSTING THE CLOCK
Example: To set “6:30”
1. Press the z/ON button to turn the power on.
2. Press the SHIFT + 0 CLOCK buttons. “0:00” blinks.
3. Press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons within 10 seconds.
7. Press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons. The clock starts.
-
The hours display blinks.
4. Press the e or f button to set the “hours”.
The time can be set accurately by pressing the SHIFT + 8
ADJUST buttons when a time signal is heard.
To display the clock during operation
Press the SHIFT + 0 CLOCK buttons. Press both buttons again to return
to the original display.
Note:
When the display blinks because of a power failure, reset the time.
5. Press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons.
The minutes display blinks.
6. Press the e or f button to set the “minutes”.
Changing the clock to the 12-hour display (Main unit only)
1. Press the z/ON button to turn the power off. (If the clock is not
displayed, press the n button to display the clock.)
2. While pressing the FUNCTION button, press the n button.
Example: 13:00 v PM 1:00
To return the original setting, repeat steps above.
10
VARIOUS ADJUSTING
Selecting surround mode
Adjusting the speaker volume balance
Press the SURROUND button to select the surround mode. Each time the
button is pressed, the surround mode changes as follows:
AUTO v SURR ON v 2CH MODE v AUTO . . .
This unit is set to the standard level before shipping from the factory. You
may not need adjustment.
But, depending on the size of the room and the placement of the speakers,
you may need a fine adjustment.
In this case, follow the steps below. Please use the remote control at the
listening point.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select the “DVD/CD”.
2. Press the n button to stop play completely.
3. Press the TEST button. The speaker screen appears. “FNTL 0”
appears on the display.
The test tone will be heard from each speaker sequentially as follows:
When “DVD/CD” function is selected
AUTO
The unit selects the surround mode automatically depending on the
disc.
Dolby Digital (not encoded with Dolby Surround sound)
“DOLBY DIGITAL” appears on the display.
Dolby Digital is a discrete 5.1 channel surround system, developed
for cinema use. But, not all Dolby Digital sources are recorded with
6 channel.
Some sources marked Dolby Digital may be recorded in Dolby
Surround, a 2 channel system.
Dolby Digital (encoded with Dolby Surround sound)
“DOLBY DIGITAL” and “DOLBY PL” appear on the display.
The surround mode is set to Dolby Pro Logic mode.
Dolby Pro Logic is a decoding system that was developed to
enhance the soundtracks of theatrical motion pictures with Dolby
Surround. All speakers sound, but the surround left and right
speakers are monophonic sound.
Other (PCM, CD, MP3, etc.)
The surround mode is set to 2.1 channel (Front left and right
speakers, and subwoofer).
SURR ON
When using a disc with Dolby Digital 3 ~ 5.1 channel, it is set to Dolby
Surround mode.
When using an MP3 CD, it is set to matrix-surround mode (not Dolby
Pro Logic).
Other discs are set to Dolby Pro Logic mode.
2CH MODE
The surround mode is set to 2.1 channel (Front left and right speakers,
and subwoofer).
When “TV”, “VIDEO”, “FM TUNER” or “AM TUNER” function is
selected
AUTO
It is set to 2.1 channel (Front left and right speakers, and subwoofer).
SURR ON
All speakers work, but it is set to the matrix-surround mode (not Dolby
Pro Logic).
If a monaural source is used, it is set to 3.1 channel (Front left and right,
centre speakers, and subwoofer).
2CH MODE
It is set to 2.1 channel (Front left and right speakers, and subwoofer).
Note:
- There is no Dolby Surround effect when monaural programme material
is used.
- When receiving weak FM broadcasts, set it to “2CH MODE”. The
sound quality may improve.
- When headphones are connected while any of the surround modes
are selected, the surround mode is switched off automatically. The
SURROUND button does not function while headphones are
connected.
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TV screen
Front-L
Center
Front-R
Surround-R
Surround-L
Display
FNTL 0
CENT 0
FNTR 0
SURR 0
SURL 0
Speaker
Front left speaker
Centre speaker
Front right speaker
Surround right speaker
Surround left speaker
4. Press the + or – VOLUME button until the test tone is at a comfortable
level.
5. If the test tone level is not the same from each speaker, press the 5
or 4 button to adjust it while the speaker is active. The level appears
on the display.
FNTL/FNTR: “0” ~ “–10”
CENT/SURR/SURL: “+10” ~ “–10”
If necessary, repeat this step again.
6. Press the TEST button to turn the test tone off.
Note:
If no adjustments are made, the original display returns after the test
tone has cycled round 5 times.
7. Press the + or – VOLUME button to adjust the volume.
Adjusting the subwoofer level
1. Press the SHIFT + TRIM buttons. “FNTL 0” appears on the display.
Note: No test tone.
2. Press the ENTER button repeatedly to select “SUBW”.
Each time the button is pressed, the display shows the selected
speaker and tone level.
3. Press the 5 or 4 button to adjust the level as desired.
SUBW: “+10” ~ “–10”
Note:
If another speaker is selected, the level also can be changed as
above.
4. Press the SHIFT + TRIM buttons to turn it off.
Note:
If no adjustments are made, the original display returns after
approximately 10 seconds.
Set the delay time for your centre and surround speakers. See “Setting
audio” on page 19.
PLAYABLE DISCS
The following types of discs can be played on this unit.
Recorded
content
Disc type and logo mark
Disc size
Audio
+
Video
DVD Video
Music CD
Maximum playing time
12 cm
Approx. 4 hours (Single sided disc)
Approx. 8 hours (Double sided disc)
8 cm
Approx. 80 minutes (Single sided disc)
Approx. 160 minutes (Double sided disc)
12 cm
74 minutes
8 cm
20 minutes
Audio
Region number
Region number (Regional restriction code) is built-in to the unit and DVD
discs.
There is a region number on the rear of the unit.
The same region number or region number “ALL” of DVD discs can be
used on this unit.
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Multi-language subtitles
3
Multi-angle
Note:
- Only the above types of discs can be played on this unit.
DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, SVCD, VCD, CVD, etc. cannot be played.
- This unit can play back the CD-R/RW that has recorded music data or
MP3 files. However, some CD-R/RWs can not be played back
depending on the recording conditions.
- The CD-R/RW that has no music data or non-MP3 files can not be
played back.
- This unit can play back the DVD-R that has recorded movie data.
However, some DVD-Rs can not be played back depending on the
recording conditions.
- The DVD-R that has no movie data can not be played back.
- This unit is to be used exclusively with the PAL (or NTSC) colour
system discs. SECAM system discs cannot be used with this unit.
- The video output signal format can be selected (“PAL60” or “NTSC”)
when playing back the NTSC discs.
16:9 LB
Multi-aspect
Notes on handling discs
DVD disc
There are the marks on some DVD disc packages.
Example:
3
Multiple Languages
Region number
2
-
Closed caption
DVD discs are divided into titles, and the titles are sub-divided into
chapters.
Title 1
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Title 2
Chapter 1
-
-
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Track 4
Track 5
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight, high humidity or high
temperatures for extended periods of time.
Discs should be returned to their cases after use.
Do not apply paper or write anything on the disc surface.
Handle the disc by its edge. Do not touch the playing surface (glossy
side).
Fingerprints and dust should be carefully wiped off the playing surface
of the disc with a soft cloth.
Wipe in a straight motion from the centre to the outside of the disc.
Never use chemicals such as record cleaning sprays, antistatic
sprays or fluids, benzene or thinner to clean discs.
Music CD disc
Music CD discs are divided into tracks.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
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DISC PLAY
Important note:
- This “DISC PLAY” explains the basic instruction of the DVD player section.
- Some DVD discs have different functions that may not be explained in this instruction manual. You may need extra instructions. In this case, please
follow the instructions displayed on the TV screen or jacket or case of the disc.
- “
” may appear on the TV screen during operation. This icon means that the function is not available on the disc now.
Preparations
-
Turn on the TV and select the video input for this unit.
To use the remote control for TV
The remote control must be pointed toward your TV.
1. Press the TV POWER button to turn on the power.
2. Press the TV/VIDEO button to select the video input source.
If a menu appears on the TV screen...
Press the 4, a, 5 or b button (or the number buttons),
then press the ENTER button to select the desired menu.
Playback of the selected menu starts.
Note:
For more details, please refer to the jacket or case of the disc.
Stopping play
Select the playback picture size according to the aspect ratio of the
TV. (See “Setting display” under “INITIAL SETTINGS” on Page 18.)
Select the desired language for the on-screen menus if required. The
following languages can be selected.
English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese
(See “Setting language” under “INITIAL SETTINGS” on Page 18.)
-
Note:
- Do not touch the disc tray while it is moving.
- Never place anything except a disc on the disc tray. Foreign objects
can damage the unit.
- Do not apply excessive force to the disc tray.
- Only one disc must be placed on the disc tray at a time.
- To open or close the disc tray, be sure to use the OPEN/CLOSE (or
q on the main unit) button. Do not press the disc tray with your hand.
When operation buttons are pressed, that operation is displayed
on the TV screen for several seconds.
If a disc is loaded, you can turn the unit on and begin play immediately
by pressing the a button.
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button. “OPEN” appears on the display and
the disc tray opens. “SANYO” logo appears on the TV screen.
- When using the main unit, use the q button.
2. Place the disc with the label facing up on the disc tray.
12 cm disc
8 cm disc
3. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button again.
- The disc tray closes and “READING” appears on the display.
Note:
Some discs may start play automatically.
Starting play
Press the a button. The DVD/CD function is selected and play starts
automatically.
Example:
C
Chapter number
Elapsed playing time
Note:
If “NO DISC” appears on the display, load the disc.
- If the disc is loaded with the label side downward (and it is a single
sided disc), or if a badly scratched disc is loaded, “NO DISC” (or “NO
PLAY”) appears. If this occurs, load the disc correctly or replace the
disc.
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[DVD]
- Press the n button once.
When you press the a button, play starts automatically from the point
where you stopped.
Note:
Some discs may not resume play.
- Press the n button twice. The unit stops completely and “STOP”
appears on the display.
When you press the a button, play starts from the beginning of the
disc.
[CD]
- Press the n button. The unit stops completely.
Continuing play from where you stopped watching (LAST MEMORY
PLAY) [DVD]
1. During play, press the L.MEMO button at the point from which you
want to resume play later. “LM-STOP” appears on the display. Play
stops automatically.
2. Remove the disc or turn off the power.
3. Load the disc (and press the a button), or turn on the power. “Last
Memory Play?” screen appears.
Last Memory Play?
Yes
No
Clear
(The memory is released.)
4. Press the 4 button to select “Yes”.
5. Press the ENTER button. Play resumes from the point where you
stopped. (If desired, press the L.MEMO button again.)
Note:
- Points on up to 3 discs can be memorized.
- The Last Memory Play mode may not work correctly with some discs.
To lock the disc tray
You can lock the disc tray to prevent misuse by young children.
While the disc tray is opened, press the OPEN/CLOSE button until
“LOCKED” appears on the display. (The disc tray closes.)
- The OPEN/CLOSE button will not function.
To release this mode, press the OPEN/CLOSE button until
“UNLOCKED” appears on the display.
VARIOUS DISC PLAYING FUNCTIONS
“
” may appear on the TV screen during operation. This icon means that the function is not available on the disc now.
Selecting a DVD menu [DVD]
Time search
1. Press the MENU button. The main menu screen appears.
Note:
Press the MENU button again to resume play.
2. Press the 4, 5, b or a button (or the number buttons) to select the
desired menu, then press the ENTER button. The selected menu play
starts.
[DVD]
1. Press the SHIFT + SEARCH MODE buttons three times during play.
The time search screen appears.
Selecting a title menu [DVD]
1. Press the TITLE button. The title menu appears.
2. Press the 4, 5, b or a button (or the number buttons) to select the
desired title, then press the ENTER button. The selected title play
starts.
Note:
Selecting a DVD or title menu operation may differ depending on the disc
used and may not be possible on some discs.
Chapter (Track) skip
Example:
Time Search --:--:-2. Press the number button(s) to enter the time.
Example:
20 minutes 5 seconds
Press 2, 0, 0 then 5.
1 hour 4 minutes 35 seconds
Press 1, 0, 4, 3 then 5.
- If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR button.
3. Press the a button. Play starts from the searched time.
[CD]
1. Press the SHIFT + SEARCH MODE buttons once during play. The
time search screen appears.
2. Press the number button(s) to enter the time.
3. Press the a button. Play starts from the searched time in the track.
Fast play
Skipping forward
Press the e button during play to skip to the next chapter (or track). A
chapter (or track) is skipped each time the button is pressed.
Skipping backward
Press the f button during play to skip back to the beginning of the
chapter (or track) currently play. Press the button again immediately to
skip back to the beginning of the previous chapter (or track).
Press the c or d button repeatedly to select the fast speed forward or
reverse play.
[DVD]
“c 1”, “c 2”, “c 3”, “c 4” or “d 1”, “d 2”, “d 3”, “d 4”
[CD]
“c 1”, “c 2” or “d 1”, “d 2”
Press the a button to return to normal play.
Slow-motion play [DVD]
Note:
You can skip only through the chapters, not over the title on the DVD disc.
Press the F.SLOW
or R.SLOW
button repeatedly to select the
forward or reverse slow speed play.
“
1”, “
2”, “
3”, “
4” or “
1”, “ 2”, “
3”, “ 4”
Press the a button to return to normal play.
Title search [DVD]
Note:
The sound is muted during fast play or slow-motion play in DVD.
1. Press the SHIFT + SEARCH MODE buttons once during play or in the
stop mode. The title search screen appears.
Example:
Title Search --/02
2. Press the number button(s) to enter the title number.
Example:
To select No. 3, press 0, then 3 (or press 3).
To select No. 10, press 1, then 0.
To select No. 24, press 2, then 4.
- If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR button.
3. Press the a button. Play starts from the selected title.
Chapter search [DVD]
1. Press the SHIFT + SEARCH MODE buttons twice during play. The
chapter search screen appears.
Still picture (Pause)
[DVD]: Still picture mode, [CD]: Pause mode
Press the k button during play.
Press the a button to return to normal play.
Note: The sound is muted.
Frame by frame advance play [DVD]
Press the k button during still play. Each time the button is pressed, the
picture advances one frame.
Press the a button to return to normal play.
Note:
- The sound is muted.
- Frame play is operative in forward mode only.
Example:
Title 01 Chapter Search --/35
2. Press the number button(s) to enter the chapter number.
3. Press the a button. Play starts from the selected chapter.
Track search [CD]
Press the number button(s) during play or in the stop mode, then press the
a button. Play starts from the selected track.
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Picture zoom [DVD]
1. Press the SHIFT + 3 ZOOM buttons during normal, slow or still play.
The central part of the picture is magnified.
- Each time the button is pressed, the zoom mode changes as
follows.
1v
2v
Off
- Press the 4, a, 5 or b button to change the zoom point.
2. Press the SHIFT + 3 ZOOM buttons to select “ Off” to return to the
original screen.
Note:
Picture zoom may not work on some discs.
Viewing from a desired camera angle (Multi-Angle)
[DVD]
Designated range repeat play (A-B Repeat)
1. Press the A-B REP button during play at the beginning of the section
you want to repeat (Point A). “
A-” appears on the screen. “A-REP.”
blinks on the display.
2. Press the A-B REP button again at the end of the section (Point B). “AB REP.” remains lit on the display.
The section between points A and B is played repeatedly.
3. To return to normal play, press the A-B REP button again.
Note:
Repeat play or A-B repeat play mode may not work correctly with some
discs.
Programmed play [CD]
Up to 20 selections can be programmed.
Some DVD discs may contain scenes which have been shot simultaneously
from a number of different camera angles. The jacket or case of discs that
are recorded with angles will be marked.
Example:
3
Note: The recorded angles differ depending on the disc used.
1. Play the disc that is recorded with angles.
2. Press the SHIFT + 1 ANGLE buttons repeatedly until the desired
angle appears.
Example:
3/5
Angle replay [DVD]
During Multi-angle play screen, press the SHIFT + 2 A.REPLAY buttons.
The unit skips back to last approximately 10 seconds, changes it to the
next camera angle and plays it, and continues play. (If desired, press the
button again.)
Repeat play
Press the REPEAT button during play (or programmed play) of the title (or
track) you want to repeat. Each time the button is pressed, the repeat
mode changes as follows.
[DVD]
Chapter (1 REP.): Repeat of chapter being played
Title (ALL REP.): Repeat of title being played
Off: Normal play mode
[CD]
1 (1 REP.): Repeat of track being played
All (ALL REP.): Repeat all tracks
Off: Normal play mode
Programming procedure
1. Press the PROGRAM button when in the stop mode. The programme
mode screen appears. (A simple screen appears in the display on the
player and a more in-depth screen appears on the TV screen).
2. Press the number button(s) to select the track number.
Example:
To select track No.3, press 0, then 3 (or press 3).
To select track No.10, press 1, then 0.
To select track No.24, press 2, then 4.
Note:
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR button.
3. Press the 5 button to move the highlighted box down.
Example as seen on your TV screen.
Program Mode
All Clear
1 03
6
2 -7
3 -8
4 -9
5 -10
------
11
12
13
14
15
------
16
17
18
19
20
------
4. Repeat step 2 - 3 above to select another track.
5. Press the a button to start play. “PROG.” remains lit.
When all programmed selections have played, the unit stops
automatically.
- The programme contents are retained in memory.
Note:
To play the programme again, press the PROGRAM button to call up the
programme mode screen, then press the a button.
To clear the programme one by one
In the programming mode, press the 4 or 5 button to select the track
number. Then press the CLEAR button.
To clear all the programmes
In the programming mode, press the 4 button to select “All Clear”. Then
press the ENTER button.
To change the programme
1. In the programming mode, press the 4 or 5 button to select the
programme number.
2. Press the number button(s) to select the track number to be replaced.
Press the PROGRAM button to quit the programme mode screen.
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Selecting subtitle language [DVD]
2. Press the ON SCREEN button.
This operation works only with discs on which multiple subtitle languages
are recorded.
1. Press the S.T.ON/OFF button during play. “ ” appears on the
screen.
2. Press the S.T.CH button repeatedly until the desired subtitle language
appears on the screen.
Example:
1/3 fr
After few seconds, “
(French)
Chapter remaining playing time
Title elapsed playing time
Chapter number
Title number
DVD
Title 1/2
Audio
Subtitle
00:08:40 00:00:23
Chapter
3/35
1/3
1/4 Dolby D 5.1 Ch en
2/3 fr
” disappears.
Note:
- In some cases, the subtitle language is not changed to the selected
one.
- When a disc supporting closed caption is played, the subtitle and the
closed caption may overlap each other on the TV screen. In this case,
turn the subtitle off.
- When the desired language is not selected even if the button is
pressed, the language is not available on the disc.
- When the power is turned on or the disc is replaced, select the subtitle
language again.
- If the subtitle language is not necessary, press the S.T.ON/OFF
button to select “
Off”.
Camera angle
A kind of audio
Subtitle language
Audio language
3. Press the ON SCREEN button to close the disc information.
Example for music CD:
1. Press the ON SCREEN button during play.
Track elapsed playing time
02:25
2. Press the ON SCREEN button.
Selecting audio soundtrack language (MultiLanguage) [DVD]
Track elapsed playing time
CD
Track 2/12
02:29
Track number
Hello!
Holà!
¡Hola!
This operation works only with discs on which multiple audio soundtrack
languages are recorded.
1. Press the SHIFT + 5 AUDIO buttons during play.
2. Press the SHIFT + 5 AUDIO buttons repeatedly until the desired
language appears on the screen.
Example:
1/4 fr
1/3 DTS
-
3. Press the ON SCREEN button to close the disc information.
Selecting picture mode
Press the PICTURE MODE button. Each time the button is pressed, the
picture mode changes as follows:
Standard v Mild v Black and White v Standard ...
(French)
(DTS sound)
If using a DVD disc with DTS, “DTS” appears. You can see the
picture on the TV screen, but there is no sound.
Note:
- When the desired language is not selected even if the button is
pressed, the language is not available on the disc.
- When the power is turned on or the disc is replaced, select the
language again.
- If the language is not recorded on the disc, only the available language
on the disc will be heard.
Selecting on-screen information
Press the ON SCREEN button repeatedly to show the disc information
(Title, Chapter, Title elapsed playing time, Language, etc.).
Example for DVD:
1. Press the ON SCREEN button during play.
Chapter remaining playing time
Title elapsed playing time
00:08:20 00:01:45
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MP3 CD OPERATION
This unit can play back the CD-R/RW that have recorded music data or
MP3 files. Before playing back MP3 CD, please read the following.
MP3 CD information
Limitations on MP3 CD play
- MP3 CD is the disc that standardized by ISO9660 Level 2.
- This unit can recognize up to 200 files or folders per disc. The CD with
201 files or folders and over is not available to this unit.
- MP3 CD may not be played in the recorded order.
- As for multi-session disc, only the first session can be played.
- If the CD has both audio tracks and MP3 files, only audio tracks are
played.
- It would take 30 seconds or more for this unit to read MP3 files
depending on its structure.
Limitations on display
- The maximum number for directory name is approximately 8 letters.
- The maximum number for file name is approximately 10 letters.
- Available letters for display are the following: capital or small letters of
A through Z, and numbers of 0 through 9.
- Other letters than those above are replaced in “-” (hyphen).
Notes on MP3 files
- The recommend recording setting for a high-quality sound is 44.1 kHz
of sampling frequency and 128kbps of fixing bit rate.
- To play MP3 CD in the recorded order,
1. Please use the MP3 software with the function that can record
data alphabetically or numerically.
2. Please refrain from making many sub-folders by preference.
- Some MP3 CDs can not be played back depending on the recording
conditions.
MP3 CD play
1. Load the MP3 CD.
A table of contents in the root directory appears on the screen.
Example: (the root directory)
MP3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
HYPE-AX
MUSIC001
MUSIC002
MUSIC003
MUSIC004
MUSIC005
MUSIC006
MUSIC007
8
9
10
11
12
-/24
00:00:00
MUSIC008
MUSIC009
MUSIC010
MUSIC011
MUSIC012
2. Select the desired file by pressing the 4, a, 5 or b button. The
selected file number is highlighted.
- To go on to the next directory, press the 4 button to move the
highlighted box to the folder (Example: HYPE-AX), then press the
ENTER button.
A table of contents in the selected directory appears on the
screen.
- To go back to the previous directory, press the RETURN button.
- In some discs, if the MENU button is pressed, it goes back to the
root directory.
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3. Press the a button to start play.
Current file number, total file number and current file elapsed playing
time are displayed on the screen.
Example: (the second directory)
MP3
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
MAX2
MUSIC013
MUSIC014
MUSIC015
MUSIC016
MUSIC017
MUSIC018
MUSIC019
20
21
22
23
24
13/24
00:00:08
MUSIC020
MUSIC021
MUSIC022
MUSIC023
MUSIC024
Notes on file skip
Skipping forward
Press the e button during play to skip to the next file.
Skipping backward
Press the f button during play to skip back to the beginning of the file
currently play. Press the button again immediately to skip back to the
beginning of the previous file.
Notes on repeat play
Press the REPEAT button during play.
Each time the button is pressed, the repeat mode changes as follows.
1 (1 REP.): Repeat of file being played
All (ALL REP.): Repeat all files
Off: Normal play mode
Note:
Repeat play may not work correctly with some discs.
INITIAL SETTINGS
Once the initial settings have been completed, the unit can always be
operated under the same conditions.
The settings will be retained in the memory until they are changed, even
if the power is turned off.
Setting language
1. Press the SETUP button in the stop mode. The setup screen appears
and “Language” is highlighted.
2. Press the ENTER button. “Language” screen appears.
3. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the item (highlighted).
Example:
OSD
Audio
Subtitle
DVD Menu
Example:
TV Type
NTSC Disc
4:3 LB
PAL60
4:3 LB
4:3 PS
16:9
Example: To select “TV Type: 4:3 PS”
Example:
English
Disc
Disc
Disc
1. Press the SETUP button in the stop mode. The setup screen appears.
2. Press the a button to select “Display”, then press the ENTER button.
“Display” screen appears.
3. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the item (highlighted), then press the
ENTER button. The submenu appears.
4. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the submenu (highlighted).
English
Disc
Disc
Disc
4. Press the ENTER button. The submenu appears.
OSD
Audio
Subtitle
DVD Menu
Setting display
English
Español
Français
Deutsch
Portugues
5. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the language (highlighted).
6. Press the ENTER button. The selected language remains.
7. Repeat steps 3 - 6 for other items.
Note:
If “Others” is selected, enter the language code. (See “LANGUAGE
CODE LIST” on page 20.)
8. Press the 4 button to skip back to the setup screen (or press the
SETUP button to quit the setup screen).
Note:
- You cannot switch audio sound track languages if there is only one
language recorded on the disc.
- When you play a DVD disc, the unit automatically displays the preselected subtitle language if it is included on the disc.
- For improvement, on-screen displays subject to change without
notice.
TV Type
NTSC Disc
4:3 LB
PAL60
4:3 LB
4:3 PS
16:9
5. Press the ENTER button. (In this example, “TV Type: 4:3 PS”
remains.)
6. Repeat steps 3 - 5 for other items.
7. Press the 4 button to skip back to the setup screen (or press the
SETUP button).
TV Type:
4:3 LB (Letterbox):
Select when a conventional TV set is
connected. When the wide screen disc is
played back, the black bands appear at
the top and bottom of screen.
4:3 PS (Panscan):
Select when a conventional TV set is
connected. When the wide screen disc is
played back, it displays pictures cropped
to fill your TV screen. The left and right
edges are cut off.
Cut off
16:9 :
Select when a wide screen TV set is
connected. Played in “FULL” size. (Setting
the wide screen TV to “FULL” mode is also
necessary.)
Note:
- The screen size may differ depending on the DVD discs.
- If you select 16:9 to get rid of the black bands on screen when wide
screen disc is played back, picture may be slightly distorted.
- In some discs, even if 4:3 PS is selected, the black bands may remain
on the screen.
NTSC Disc:
Select the video output signal format to “PAL60” or “NTSC” when playing
back the NTSC discs.
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Setting audio
Setting parental
The sound from speakers can reach the listening position at different times
depending on the speaker placements. You can allow for this difference
by changing the delay time of the centre and surround speakers.
You also can change the dynamic range control (DRC).
1. Press the SETUP button in the stop mode. The setup screen appears.
2. Press the a button to select “Audio”, then press the ENTER button.
“Audio” screen appears.
1. Press the SETUP button in the stop mode. The setup screen appears.
2. Press the a button to select “Parental”, then press the ENTER button.
“Parental” screen appears.
3. Press the 5 button to skip “Password: ----” and select “Level”.
Example:
Audio DRC
Center Delay
Surr. Delay
3. Press the ENTER button to select “Audio DRC”. The submenu (“On”
and “Off”) appears.
4. Press the 5 or 4 button to select “On” or “Off” as desired.
On: It will compress the dynamic range. It may have no effect with
some discs.
Off: Sound with a wide dynamic range.
5. Press the ENTER button. “Audio DRC: On” or “Audio DRC: Off”
remains.
6. Press the 5 button to select “Center Delay”, then press the ENTER
button. The submenu (“0ms”, “1ms”, “2ms”, “3ms”, “4ms” and “5 ms”)
appears.
7. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the centre speaker delay time.
Centre speaker delay time
If D1 D2, set the delay time to “0ms”.
Front right speaker
D3
Parental control
MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) guideline is a rating
system that provides advanced cautionary information to parents about
the content of movie programmes.
You cannot play DVD discs rated higher than the level you selected unless
you cancel the parental lock function.
For example, when you select level “5”, the unit will not play discs with
ratings of “6”, “7” or “8”. The information will appear on the TV screen.
Note:
DVD discs may or may not respond to the parental lock settings. Make
sure this function works with your DVD discs.
D3
Surround right
speaker
D1: The distance from the front speaker
D2: The distance from the centre speaker
D3: The distance from the surround speaker.
8. Press the ENTER button. “Center Delay” and the selected delay time
remain.
9. Press the 5 button to select “Surr. Delay”, then press the ENTER
button. The submenu (“0ms”, “5ms”, “10ms” and “15ms”) appears.
10. Press the 5 or 4 button to select the surround speaker delay time.
Surround speaker delay time
If D1 D3, set the delay time to “0ms”.
If D1>D3, set the delay time as follows:
Difference between D1 and D3
Delay time
Approx. 150cm
5ms
Approx. 300cm
10ms
Approx. 450cm
15ms
11. Press the ENTER button. “Surr. Delay” and the selected delay time
remain.
12. Press the 4 button to skip back to the setup screen (or press the
SETUP button).
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Note:
If you do not set it, Parental control does not work, and it returns to the
initial settings.
7. Press the SETUP button. The setup screen disappears.
If you forget the password…
Enter “788444” even if 4 digits “----” appears, then press the ENTER button
to clear the current password. Enter a new password and set the parental
lock level again.
D1
Surround left
speaker
---1
Some DVD discs contain a restriction level which enables parents to
prevent playback of discs by children. This unit is equipped with a
password designed to prevent children changing the level.
Centre speaker
Front left speaker
Password
Level
The parental lock level is equivalent to the following MPAA rating system.
Level 7: NC-17 (No one 17 and under admitted)
Level 6: R (Restricted)
Level 4: PG13 (Parental guidance cautioned)
Level 3: PG (Parental guidance suggested)
Level 1: G (General audiences)
If D1>D2, set the delay time as follows:
Difference between D1 and D2
Delay time
Approx. 30cm
1ms
Approx. 60cm
2ms
Approx. 90cm
3ms
Approx. 120cm
4ms
Approx. 150cm
5ms
D2
---Off
4. Press the ENTER button repeatedly to select the parental lock level
(“Level: Off, 1 ~ 8”).
5. Press the 4 button to return to “Password: ----”.
6. Enter a number in 4 digits, then press the ENTER button. The
password is now set.
Off
0ms
5ms
D1
Password
Level
LANGUAGE CODE LIST
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “Audio”, “Subtitle” and “DVD Menu”.
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6589
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6673
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
7282
7285
7289
7365
Abbreviation of
the language
aa
ab
af
am
ar
as
ay
az
ba
be
bg
bh
bi
bn
bo
br
ca
co
cs
cy
da
de
dz
el
en
eo
es
et
eu
fa
fi
fj
fo
fr
fy
ga
gd
gl
gn
gu
ha
hi
hr
hu
hy
ia
Language
Code
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali; Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faeroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
7369
7375
7378
7383
7384
7387
7465
7473
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7967
7977
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
8277
Abbreviation of
the language
ie
ik
in
is
it
iw
ja
ji
jw
ka
kk
kl
km
kn
ko
ks
ku
ky
la
ln
lo
lt
lv
mg
mi
mk
ml
mn
mo
mr
ms
mt
my
na
ne
nl
no
oc
om
or
pa
pl
ps
pt
qu
rm
Language
Code
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
8278
8279
8285
8287
8365
8368
8371
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8383
8384
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8478
8479
8482
8483
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Abbreviation of
the language
rn
ro
ru
rw
sa
sd
sg
sh
si
sk
sl
sm
sn
so
sq
sr
ss
st
su
sv
sw
ta
te
tg
th
ti
tk
tl
tn
to
tr
ts
tt
tw
uk
ur
uz
vi
vo
wo
xh
yo
zh
zu
Language
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangro
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
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LISTENING TO OTHER SOURCES
Listening to the TV connected to the AV EURO/TV (AUDIO) IN (RGB
OUT) socket
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select “TV”.
2. Follow the instructions supplied with the TV.
Listening to the video equipment connected to the VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
sockets
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select “VIDEO”.
2. Follow the instructions supplied with the video equipment.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
To turn the unit on and listen to the last received station, press the
TUNE/BAND button.
Automatic/Manual tuning
1. Press the TUNE/BAND button to select FM or AM.
2. Automatic tuning
Press the TUNE/PTY + or – button for at least 1 second to tune in a
station. The unit will scan up or down the band and receive the next
receivable station. Press the button again to continue.
Manual tuning
Press the TUNE/PTY + or – button briefly until the desired frequency
is displayed.
Listening to preset stations
1. Press the TUNE/BAND button to select FM or AM.
2. Press the PRESET + or – button briefly to select the desired channel.
- The number button(s) can also be used. Example: Press 9 then
ENTER.
Preset scan tuning
1. Press the TUNE/BAND button to select FM or AM.
2. Press the PRESET + (e) button for at least 1 second. The channel
number appears. Each of the preset stations is tuned in for 5 seconds.
3. When the desired station has been tuned in, press the PRESET +
(e) button again to keep the reception locked at that station.
When beat interference is heard
MHz
To preset stations
Up to 24 FM and 12 AM stations can be preset.
Automatic presetting (APT)
1. Press the TUNE/BAND button to select FM or AM.
2. Press the PROGRAM button for at least 3 seconds. “PROG.” blinks.
The automatic tuning mode is set and automatic presetting begins
from the low end of the band.
When 24 FM or 12 AM stations have been preset or the high end of
the band is reached, automatic presetting stops. “PROG.” disappears
and the station memorized on channel 1 will be heard.
3. To preset stations on the other band, follow steps above.
Note:
If APT is activated, all previously programmed stations of the band will be
cleared and new stations will be programmed.
Manual presetting
1. Tune in the station to be preset as described in “Automatic/Manual
tuning”.
2. Press the PROGRAM button.
PROG.
MHz
3. While “PROG.” is blinking, press the PRESET + or – button to select
the channel to be preset.
- The number button(s) can also be used. Example: Press 9.
PROG.
MHz
4. While “PROG.” is blinking, press the ENTER button.
- In this example, “103.25 MHz” FM station is preset on FM channel
9.
MHz
5. Repeat steps above to add more preset stations.
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When presetting a new station, the previous preset station is cleared.
A high-pitched noise called “beat” is sometimes heard during reception of
radio broadcasts. If this occurs,
While pressing the n button on the main unit, press the TEST button on the
remote control to select “bc-A” or “bc-B”. Select the setting that gives the
best results.
Changing the AM reception frequencies
It is not necessary to perform this procedure in the Europe.
1. Press the TUNE/BAND button to select “AM”.
2. While pressing the n button on the main unit, press the PROGRAM
button on the remote control.
522 - 1611 kHz (9 kHz steps) wv 520 - 1610 kHz (10 kHz steps)
Listening to FM stations with RDS
RDS (Radio Data System) permits FM stations to send additional signals
with the regular programme signals. For example, the stations send their
station names and information about what type of broadcast programmes,
such as sports or music, etc.
When tuned in FM broadcast which provides the RDS service, the “PS”
RDS mode is set automatically and the station name appears on the
display.
Note:
- Some FM broadcasts do not provide RDS service.
- RDS may not work correctly if the signal strength is weak.
- RDS is not available for AM broadcasts.
Selecting the RDS mode
Press the RDS button while listening to an FM station. Each time the
button is pressed, the display mode changes as follows.
PS v PTY v RT v Frequency
PS (Programme Service)
The station name is displayed. If no PS signal is received, “NO PS”
appears, then station frequency is displayed.
PTY (Programme Type)
The broadcast programme type is displayed. If no PTY signal is
received, “NO PTY” appears, then station name or station frequency
is displayed.
RT (Radio Text)
Text messages the station sends will be displayed. If no RT signal is
received, “NO RT” appears.
Frequency
Station frequency (non-RDS service)
After several seconds, the PS mode returns if RDS signal is received.
To search a preset station by PTY codes
A particular programme type broadcast can be located by specifying the
PTY codes.
1. Press the RDS button to select “PTY” while listening to an FM
broadcast.
2. Press the TUNE/PTY + or – button within 2 seconds to select the
desired PTY code. The PTY code changes as shown below;
3. Press the PTY CHK (e) button within 4 seconds.
The unit searches 24 preset stations and stops when it finds a
broadcast of the PTY code you have selected, then tunes into that
station.
- To continue searching after the first stop, repeat steps 1 - 3 above.
- If no broadcast is found, the original station is heard.
To cancel searching, press the RDS button.
NEWS v AFFAIRS v INFO v SPORT v EDUCATE v DRAMA v
CULTURE v SCIENCE v VARIED v POP M v ROCK M v M.O.R. M
v LIGHT M v CLASSICS v OTHER M v WEATHER v FINANCE
v CHILDREN v SOCIAL v RELIGION v PHONE IN v TRAVEL v
HOBBIES v JAZZ v COUNTRY v NATION M v OLDIES v
FOLK M v DOCUMENT v TEST v ALARM
(or in the reverse sequence)
TIMER OPERATION
Using the timer
Set the on and off times, function to be used and volume level. Operation
will start with the selected function at the on time. The sound will be
gradually increased from a no-sound level to the volume setting (fade-in).
The power will be switched off at the off time.
The timer will function every day unless it is released.
Preparation
Note:
Make absolutely sure that the clock is set to the correct time before setting
the timer.
-
-
Select the function for timer operation and prepare the sources to be
used.
- If the function selected is tuner, tune in to the desired band and
station.
Adjust the volume level as desired.
Operation
1. Press the SHIFT + 7 TIMER buttons.
ON
The previous timer on time setting appears.
2. Press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons within 10 seconds.
3. Set the hours of timer on time by pressing the e or f button, then
press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons.
x
x
OFF
The timer off time setting appears.
4. Set the timer off time as described in step 3. The original display
returns, then the timer operation standby mode is activated. “0”
remains lit.
5. Press the z/ON button to switch off the power, you will see GOOD
BYE and “0” this will go off after 2 seconds.
-
To release the timer
After turning the power on, press the SHIFT + 7 TIMER buttons, then press
the SHIFT + 9 SET/CLEAR.
To set the timer again with the same settings
1. Press the SHIFT + 7 TIMER buttons, then the SHIFT + 9 SET/CLEAR.
2. Press the z/ON button to switch off the power.
Note:
- If the SHIFT + 9 SET/CLEAR buttons are pressed while the timer is
being set, the original display returns.
- The timer mode is released if a power failure occurs during timer
controlled operation.
- The timer may not operate if a power failure occurs during timer
operation standby mode.
The sleep timer automatically switches off the power after a preset time
has elapsed. The volume will gradually be reduced (fade-out) during the
1-minute period before the unit turns off. There are 4 time periods
available: 30, 60, 90 and 120 minutes.
Press the SHIFT + 6 SLEEP buttons repeatedly to select the desired sleep
time. “SLEEP” and the selected time blink on the display. After several
seconds, the original display returns and the brightness of the display
reduces. “SLEEP” blinks.
ON
Set the minutes in the same way.
ON
To change the settings, press the SHIFT + 7 TIMER buttons to select the
setting to be changed, then press the SHIFT + 8 ADJUST buttons so that
the display blinks. Change the setting as explained above.
Using the sleep timer
ON
ON
To check the timer settings
Press the SHIFT + 7 TIMER buttons repeatedly. The timer settings are
displayed in the following order:
On time v Off time v Function v Original display returns
To check the remaining sleep time
Press the SHIFT + 6 SLEEP buttons once. After several seconds, the
original display returns.
To release the sleep timer while in operation
Press the SHIFT + 6 SLEEP buttons, then press the SHIFT + 9 SET/
CLEAR buttons. The timer is also released if the power is switched off.
“0” blinks during a timer-controlled operation.
If you wish to switch off the power during a timer-controlled operation,
press the z/ON button and the timer will be set in the standby mode.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the unit
Clean the outside of the unit with a clean soft cloth moistened with lukewarm water. Do not use benzene, thinner or alcohol since they will mar the finish
of the surfaces.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If you have followed the instructions and are having difficulty operation the unit, locate the SYMPTOM in the left column below. Check the corresponding
POSSIBLE CAUSE and CORRECTIVE ACTION columns to locate and remedy the problem.
SYMPTOM
No picture.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
The wrong function is selected.
Select the correct function.
No disc is loaded or an unplayable disc is loaded.
Load a disc or load a playable disc. (Check the disc
logo, type, colour system and regional code.)
The TV is not set to receive signal from the unit.
Select the correct input function on the TV.
The wrong function is selected.
Select the correct function.
Volume control is set to minimum.
Turn up the volume.
The playback picture is poor.
An unplayable disc is loaded.
Load a playable disc. (Check the disc logo, type,
colour system and regional code.)
“
The selected function does not operate on the disc
now.
The feature or action cannot be completed at this time
because:
- The feature is not available at the moment.
- The DVD software restricts it.
- The DVD software does not support the feature
(e.g., angles).
No disc is loaded.
Load a disc.
An unplayable disc is loaded.
Load a playable disc. (Check the disc logo, type,
colour system and regional code.)
The disc is loaded with the label side down.
Load the disc on the disc tray correctly.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc or replace it.
“Parental” is set.
Cancel the parental lock function or change the
rating level. Reset it after play.
No sound.
” appears on the TV screen.
The player does not start play.
The operation or display is not normal. The memory must be reset.
1. Disconnect the mains lead.
2. Press the RESET button (bottom of the unit) for
at least 30 seconds.
The remote control does not work
properly.
The batteries in the remote control are weak, or
installed incorrectly.
Check the battery polarity (+ or –).
Replace the batteries.
The remote control is not aimed at the remote
sensor window.
Aim the remote control at the remote sensor
window.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier
Tuner
Main amplifier
Stereo mode
26 W x 2 (at 8 ohms, 10% distortion)
Dolby Digital mode
26 W x 2 (at 8 ohms, 10% distortion, with Centre/Surround/
Subwoofer amplifier off)
Centre amplifier
26 W (at 8 ohms, 10% distortion, with Main/Surround/Subwoofer
amplifier off)
Surround amplifier
26 W x 2 (at 8 ohms, 10% distortion, with Main/Centre/Subwoofer
amplifier off)
Subwoofer amplifier
50 W (at 4 ohms, 10% distortion, with Main/Centre/Surround
amplifier off)
Reception frequency:
FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz
AM: 522 - 1611 kHz
Input:
VIDEO (AUDIO) IN: 500 mV/50 kΩ
Input/Output:
AV EURO/TV (AUDIO) IN (RGB OUT): For Euro-AV/Scart lead
Outputs:
SPEAKERS:
FRONT (L/R): 8 Ω
CENTER: 8 Ω
SURROUND (L/R): 8 Ω
SUBWOOFER: 4 Ω
MONITOR OUT:
S-VIDEO:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
C: 0.3 Vp-p (75 Ω) PAL, 0.286 Vp-p (75 Ω) NTSC
VIDEO: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
DVD Player
Type:
DVD video player
Playback standard:
PAL or NTSC
Laser:
Semiconductor laser, wavelength: 650/790 nm
Laser output (Continuous wave max.):
1 mW (DVD)
0.5 mW (CD)
Signal to noise ratio:
More than 105 dB
Harmonic distortion
0.003 %
Wow and flutter:
Below measurable level
General
Power requirements:
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption:
120 W
1.5 W (standby mode)
Dimensions:
435(W) x 75(H) x 375(D) mm
Weight:
6.4 kg
Speaker system
Front left, Front right, Centre, Surround left and Surround right
speakers (SX-TS750S, magnetic shield)
Unit used:
8 cm cone type, full range
Maximum power handling capacity:
40 W (peak)
Nominal impedance:
8Ω
Dimensions:
125(W) x 105(H) x 112(D) mm
Weight:
0.72 kg/speaker
Subwoofer (SX-TS750W)
Unit used:
13 cm cone type
Maximum power handling capacity:
80 W (peak)
Nominal impedance:
4Ω
Dimensions:
160(W) x 415(H) x 310(D) mm
Weight:
4.9 kg
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Because its products are subject to continuous improvement, SANYO
reserves the right to modify product designs and specifications without
notice and without incurring any obligation.
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GUARANTEE TO CUSTOMER
Sanyo Europe Ltd. (the Company) guarantees to the initial retail
purchaser that if this equipment is or becomes defective and that,
in the opinion of the Company, the defect is due to faulty material
or workmanship the Company will, for a period of 12 calendar
months from the date of sale to the original purchaser repair or
replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any such defective
component part of the equipment, always provided that: 1. The equipment has at all times been used in accordance with
the operating instructions issued by the Company, and has not
been connected to an electrical mains supply for which it has not
been adjusted.
2. Accidental damage, or damage caused by negligence or
misuse by the user, including leakage from exhausted batteries, is
specifically excluded.
3. Unauthorised repairs, or any modification to the equipment
which has not been expressly approved by the Company, shall
render this guarantee null and void.
4. Failure due to fair wear and tear of any item, such as batteries,
record playing styli, and tape recording, playback and erase heads
is specifically excluded.
This guarantee is not transferable and is only applicable within the
United Kingdom (and the Republic of Ireland). Nothing in this
express guarantee affects the statutory rights available to the
purchaser of this equipment.
Note:
This guarantee supersedes any other form of guarantee
that may inadvertently have been enclosed with or attached to the
product. (August 1978).
Thank you for buying Sanyo. This equipment should give you
many years of pleasure and faithful service but in the event that a
fault occurs, the following notes for your guidance may be helpful:1. PLEASE RETAIN YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT WHICH WILL
BE REQUIRED FOR SERVICE DURING GUARANTEE.
2. If your Sanyo equipment proves faulty during the period of
guarantee, take it or send it back to the dealer who originally
supplied it together with this guarantee and the proof of purchase.
We have made arrangements with our approved dealers under
which they will carry out in-guarantee service repairs on our behalf.
In this way, we hope to reduce to a minimum the amount of time
you will be without your equipment.
3. If for some reason it is impossible to return the equipment to the
original supplies, please contact our Consumer Relations Department at the address below for further advice.
4. Should the equipment require servicing after the expiry of the
guarantee period, take or send it to the original supplier or any
other Sanyo dealer. He will be pleased to give you a quotation for
the repair. If you are in any doubt about what to do, write to us at
the address below or telephone:
Consumer Relations Department,
Sanyo Europe Ltd.,
Sanyo House
Otterspool Way, Watford,
Hertfordshire WD2 8JX
Tel: Watford 246363
R5
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
(UK) 1AD6P1P1689-B