AKJ7808 - Audio2000`S
RECORDABLE ALL-IN-ONE KARAOKE/PA SYSTEM
AKJ7808
OWNER’S MANUAL
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ACC 7808-01
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Thank you for purchasing the Audio2000'S AKJ7808 recordable
all-in-one karaoke/PA system ! For the best results and the utmost
satisfaction from your new unit, please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.
Table of Contents
Safety instructions ................................................................................................... 1
Features ................................................................................................................. 3
Specifications ......................................................................................................... 4
Package contents.................................................................................................... 4
Basic Connections :
●Connecting to the AC outlet .....................................................................................5
●Connecting to a TV / video monitor with a RCA input ................................................ 5
●Connecting to an audio mixer or TV with RCA audio inputs ...................................... 6
DVD Output Connections:
●Connecting to a Dolby Pro logic amplifier.............................................................7-8
●Connecting to a TV with component video............................................................... 8
●Connecting to a DTS receiver/decoder.................................................................... 9
General Connections :
●AV input connections ............................................................................................ 9
●Headphones connections .....................................................................................10
●Microphone/instrument input connections ..............................................................10
General Operations:
●Turning the ΑΚJ7808 On, Off and to Standby ......................................................... 11
●Input channels .................................................................................................... 11
●Adjusting the master Music volume .......................................................................11
●Adjusting the master Microphone volume ...............................................................11
●Adjusting the master MUSIC EQ ............................................................................12
●Changing the video mode (PAL / NTSC) .................................................................12
Operations (Disc Mode):
●Loading a disc .....................................................................................................12
●Playing a disc ......................................................................................................12
●Stopping a disc ...................................................................................................12
●Pausing a disc ....................................................................................................12
●Skipping tracks/chapters .................................................................................... 12
●Searching through a track/chapter ....................................................................... 12
●Subtitles .............................................................................................................12
●Viewing multiple angles ........................................................................................12
●Slow-motion playback using the SLOW button .......................................................12
●Viewing one frame at a time using the STEP button ................................................ 13
●Selecting repeat options ..................................................................................... 13
●Creating a loop using the A-B button .................................................................... 13
●Canceling vocals using the L/R button ...................................................................13
●Zooming in and out .............................................................................................. 13
●Jumping to specific time on a disc ........................................................................ 13
●Viewing and setting the On Screen Display (OSD) .................................................. 14
●Turning on the last memory function...................................................................... 14
PROG (Program) Operations :
●CD, CDG and VCD Playback ................................................................................. 14
●DVD Playback . .................................................................................................... 15
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Operations (MP3 and AVI/DivX):
●To play a file .........................................................................................................15
●Direct track access ............................................................................................... 15
●Repeat options ................................................................................................... 15
USB and SD card operations (disc mode)
●Using the USB input ............................................................................................. 16
●Using the SD card slot ...........................................................................................16
USB and SD Card REC / COPY Operations
●REC (Record) Operations...................................................................................... 16
●COPY Operations (from CD or CDG to USB or SD Card)........................................... 17
●COPY Operations (from MP3 to USB or SD Card).................................................... 17
Microphone Operations :
●Turning on the Microphones .................................................................................. 18
●Adjusting the master Microphone volume ............................................................... 18
●Adjusting the individual Microphone volume controls .............................................. 18
●Adjusting the Microphone tone .............................................................................. 18
●Using digital Echo ................................................................................................ 19
●Adjusting the KEYBOARD volume ......................................................................... 19
●Adjusting the GUITAR volume ............................................................................... 19
Descriptions and Functions:
●Front Panel ..........................................................................................................20
●Rear Panel .......................................................................................................... 23
●Remote Control ....................................................................................................25
DVD System Setup Menu:
●System Setup ...................................................................................................... 28
●Language Setup.. ................................................................................................ 29
●Αudio Setup........ .................................................................................................29
●Video Setup....... ..................................................................................................29
●Speaker Setup .....................................................................................................30
●Digital Setup ....................................................................................................... 30
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 31
Service Information ...............................................................................................32
Safety instructions
WARNING
* TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD. DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
*THIS APPLIANCE SHALL NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING WATER AND THAT NO
OBJECT FILLED WITH LIQUIDS SUCH AS VASES SHALL BE PLACED ON APPARATUS.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized 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 are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
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Safety instructions
13 ) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14 ) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15) Grounding or Polarization This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug
(a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug.
If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
16) Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked
or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.
17) The MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
Class 1 Laser Product
CAUTION: USE OF ANY CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS, OR PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULE 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE
OF MANUFACTURE.
CAUTION: INVISIBLE L ASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
Class II equipment symbol
This symbol indicates that the unit has
a double insulation system
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Features
Features
1. The "REC" button at the front panel provides the capacity to record the mixed music and microphone sound
to the USB or the SD card.
2. The "COPY" button at the front panel copies music files to the USB or the SD card.
3. The built-in USB and SD card readers play VCD, WMA, AVI, MP4, DAT, MPG, and JPG files in USB
and SD card.
4. A multi-format player with the direct track access supports DVD, CDG, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, MP4,
DIVX, Photo-CD, CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats.
5. All-in-one design delivers 180W of power through a 6-speaker cabinet.
6. ¼-inch guitar and keyboard inputs with individual volume controls.
7. Digital echo with repeat and delay controls for vocal enhancement.
8. Digital key control (This feature is not applicable to the AUX inputs-AV1, AV2, and AV3).
9. Vocal cancel and vocal partner modes for canceling vocals from multiplexed media.
10. 7-band equalizer.
11. Three RCA audio-video inputs (AV1, AV2, and AV3).
12. Two microphone inputs (MIC1 and MIC2) with individual volume controls (two unbalanced ¼-inch
microphone inputs at the front panel and two balanced microphone inputs at the rear panel).
13. Two RCA audio-video outputs, one stereo ¼-inch audio pre-out, and DVD 5.1 audio-video outputs.
14. Three effect inserts (GUITAR, KEYBOARD, and MIC).
15. One ¼-inch stereo headphone output.
16. Remote Control.
17. 115V / 230V and NTSC-PAL compatible for worldwide use.
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Specifications and Package
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Specifications
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AC input voltage ................................
Audio output power .............................
AV1 Audio input sensitivity ........................
Video input sensitivity ............................
Microphone input sensitivity .......................
Keyboard/Guitar input sensitivity ...................
Video output level ..............................
Audio output level ..............................
S/N Ratio .....................................
Dimension ....................................
Weight .......................................
AC 115V 60Hz/AC 230V 50Hz
180 W (peak to peak)
500 mV
1 V (peak to peak)
8 mV
8 mV
1 V (peak to peak)
1000 mV
90 dB
19.3" x 12.8" x 28.0" (L x W x H)
56.6 lbs
Package Contents
Items
Quantities
AKJ7808 Unit
A/V RCA Cable
Microphones
Microphone Cables
Remote Control
AC Power Cord
AAA Batteries
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( 1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
( 1)
(2)
ΑΚ J7808 U nit (1)
A/V RCA Cable (1)
Microphone Cables (2)
AAA Batteries (2)
ACC 7808-01
AC Power Cord (1)
Microphones (2)
Remote Control (1)
Note
If you find that any of the items mentioned above are missing from
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the box, please contact AUDIO2000’S before proceeding.
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Basic Connections
Since the AKJ7808 contains built-in power amplifiers, speakers, DVD/CDG/CD player, USB player, and SD
card player, the AKJ7808 can be used as a self-contained sound system. However, the AKJ7808 contains
various audio video outputs to allow the AKJ7808 to be connected to multiple TV sets, external sound
systems, and/or multiple sound effect devices. The following content demonstrates the procedures for
connecting the AKJ7808 to the AC outlet and other audio video devices.
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Connecting to the AC outlet
To power the AKJ780 8
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
What you will need
[Fig. A]
●AC power cord (included)
●Surge-protector (recommended) or a power outlet
Note: Before turning on the power make sure the red voltage selector [Fig. A] under the AC input is set to the
proper voltage. It should be set to 115V for North America and 230V for most European countries. Make sure
you know the proper voltage for your region before turning on the AKJ780 8.
1.Connect the AC end of the power cord into the
AC input on the rear panel of the AKJ7808
2.Connect the other end to a surge-protector
or available power outlet
Connecting to a TV / video monitor with a RCA input
What you will need
●1 RCA-style video cable (included)
●TV / video monitor with a RCA video input
1.Connect one end of the RCA video cable to the yellow Video Out on the rear panel of the AKJ7808 .
2.The AKJ7808 has two RCA-type VIDEO OUTPUT jacks for connecting to TVs or monitor devices.
Both VIDEO OUTPUTS can be connected simultaneously.
3.Connect the other end of the RCA video cable to the Video Input on a TV / video monitor
TV
TV
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Basic Connections
Connecting to an audio mixer or TV with RCA audio inputs
What you will need
●using 1 RCA L/R (red & white) stereo RCA cable (included)
●using two XLR-type audio cables(not included)
●using two ¼ inch audio cables (not included).
●using three ¼ inch stereo audio cables (not included).
●using one audio amplifier with XLR audio inputs.
●using one audio amplifier with ¼ inch audio inputs.
●using 1 audio mixer or TV with RCA audio inputs
1.AUDIO OUTPUT 1 & 2 CONNECTIONS:
●Connect one end of the L/R (red & white) RCA cable to the red
and white audio outputs labeled
AUDIO OUTPUT 1 & 2 on the rear panel of the AKJ7808 .
●Connect the other end of the L/R (red & white) RCA cable to
the audio input on an audio mixer or TV.
2.BAL ANCED AUDIO OUTPUT CONNECTIONS:
●Connect one end of the XLR cables to the left and right BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on the AKJ7808.
●Connect one end of the XLR cables to the left and right AUDIO/LINE/AUX INPUT jacks on the external device .
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Basic Connections
3.¼ INCH PRE-OUT CONNECTIONS:
●Connect one end of the ¼ inch audio cables to the left and right PRE-OUT jacks on the AKJ7808.
●Connect one end of the ¼ inch audio cables to the left and right AUDIO/LINE/AUX INPUT jacks on
the external device.
PRE-OUT
4.CONNECTING EFFECTS USING THE EFFECT INSERT :
1.Connect one end of the ¼ inch stereo audio cables to the GUITAR EFFECT, KEYBOARD EFFECT, or
MIC EFFECT inserts on the rear panel of the AKJ7808.
2.Connect the other end of the ¼ inch stereo audio cables to the sound effect device.
3.By using the built-in EFFECT INSERT you can add external effects to vocals and/or guitar or keyboard or
microphone without compromising the quality of the original signal.
DVD Output Connections
The effect insert is a break point in the input channel signal path, It allows the signal to be taken out from this AKJ7808 ,
through an external equipment such as a Limiter,Compressor,Equalizer, Effector,and then back to the AKJ7808 ,
the input jack can be used with ¼ inch phone jack,the signal will be send out through TIP of the ¼ inch phone
jack and back to the AKJ7808 through RING of the ¼ inch phone jack.
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DVD Output Connections
DVD OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
1.Connecting to a Dolby Pro logic amplifier
The AKJ7808 allows DVD audio output for 5.1 or 7.1 configurations.
With a 5.1 amplifier, you will need six RCA patch cables. Connect the plug from one side of each cable to the
ML, CEN, SL, MR, SW and SR outputs on the AKJ7808 . Connect the plug from the other side of each cable to
the corresponding ML, CEN, SL, MR, SW and SR inputs on your 5.1 amplifier.
A 7.1 Pro Logic configuration requires 2 additional RCA cables to be connected from the FL and FR outputs of
the AKJ7808 to your 7.1 Amplifier.
2.Connecting to a TV with component video
Using 3 appropriate component video cables (usually color coded red, blue and green), connect a set of plugs
to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (Y-U/Pb-V/Pr) on the AKJ7808 and plug the other set of plugs to the
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks (Y-U/Pb-V/Pr) on your television. On some TVs, the component video input jacks
may be labeled diff-erently (i.e. Pr/Pb/Y or Cr/Cb/Y or R-Y/B-Y/Y etc.). You will need to press the MODE button
on the remote control to toggle between YUV for Component Video, and S-Video. You can only use the MODE
button when there is no disc inserted in the disc tray.
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DVD Output Connections
3.Connecting to a DTS receiver/decoder
Using either a RCA-ended COAXIAL cable suited for digital audio use or an OPTICAL cable, connect one
end to the appropriate jack on the AKJ7808 (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) and the other end to the appropriate jack
(COAXIAL or OPTICAL). If you have both coaxial and optical inputs on your DTS decoder/receiver, it is
recommended to use an optical connection as those cables eliminate the possibility of EMI (electromagnetic
interference). If your DTS decoder/receiver has 5.1 or 7.1 channel RCA inputs, you can use the 5.1 or 7.1
channel output jacks on the AKJ7808 .
General Connections
AV input connections
What you will need
●3 RCA-style A/V cable (included)
●2 A/V output Device
1.Connect one end of the 3 RCA-style A/V cable to the A/V VIDEO/L/R input labeled AV1/AV2/AV3 on the front
panel of the AKJ7808 .
2.Connect the other end of the 3 RCA-style A/V cable to the A/V VIDEO/L/R output on an A/V output Device.
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Headphones connections
What you will need
●Headphones with a ¼ inch connector at the
other end of the cable (not included).
1.Connect the connector of the headphones
to the ¼ inch HEADPHONES output on
the front panel of the AKJ7808.
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Microphone/instrument input connections
After completing your main system connections, it is time to get your microphones and instruments connected
and ready for performing. Before you get started with your connections we recommend that you take the
following tips into consideration:
●When connecting instruments, refrain from using low quality or worn cables as they can cause significant
noise and loud pops, posing a threat to the system's speakers.
●Use caution when connecting a chain of multiple effects pedals, as the output voltage may change and
possibly overload the AKJ780 8 input channel.
The AKJ780 8 has one guitar (¼ inch ), one keyboard (¼ inch ) and two microphone (¼ inch /XLR) inputs.
1.To connect MICROPHONES via ¼ inch mic cables, connect the XLR-end of the cable into the MICROPHONE
until it locks into place and connect the ¼ inch plug into either the MIC 1 or 2 jack on the AKJ780 8.
2.To connect MICROPHONES via XLR mic cables, attach the XLR “female” end of the cable into the
“male” three prong jack located at the base of your handheld MICROPHONE until it locks into place.
Then connect the XLR “male” jack at the other end of the cable into either of the BALANCED MIC 1 or 2
inputs on the AKJ780 8 rear panel. It should be obvious which sides of your XLR cable are male and
female as there is only one possible connection.
3.To connect a GUITAR, connect a ¼ inch instrument cable from the GUITAR's ¼ inch output to the AKJ7808
¼ inch GUITAR input.
4.To connect a KEYBOARD, connect a ¼ inch instrument cable from the KEYBOARD's ¼ inch output to the
AKJ7808 ¼ inch KEYBOARD input.
To GUITAR
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General Operations
Turning the AKJ7808 On, Off and to Standby
Press the power button on the AKJ7808 to turn the unit on or off.
Input Channels
The AKJ7808 has 4 available input channels:
●Disc/USB/SD: Turns on the AKJ7808 ’s disc player for playing DVD, CD, CDG, and other discs.
●AV1/AV2/AV3:For playing a device that is connected to the AV1/AV2/AV3 RCA audio/video inputs
on the front and rear panels.
Selecting an Input channel
desired input channel or use the SELECT button on the front panel to cycle through the input channels
2. Once the desired input channel is selected, playback can begin
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Adjusting the master Music volume
The master Music Volume for the disc player, and AV input channels can be adjusted using either
the front panel control or the remote control.
●Front Panel:Turn the MUSIC VOLUME control clockwise to raise the volume and counter-clockwise
to lower the volume.
●Remote Control:Press the MUSIC + button to raise the volume and the MUSIC-button to lower the volume
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Adjusting the master Microphone volume
The master Microphone Volume can be adjusted using either the front panel control or the remote control
●Front Panel:Turn the MIC VOLUME control clockwise to raise the volume and counter-clockwise to
lower the volume
●Remote Control:Press the MIC + button to raise the volume and the MIC - button to lower the volume
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General Operations
Adjusting the master MUSIC EQ
The master MUSIC EQ for the disc player, DISC/USB/SD/ AV1/AV2/AV3
input channels can be adjusted using the front panel control
Front Panel
Turn the MUSIC EQ control slider up to raise the EQ for
10dB and down to lower the EQ for 10dB.
Changing the video mode (PAL / NTSC)
Use the P/N button on the remote control to switch between the regional PAL and NTSC video modes.
Operations (Disc Mode)
Access DISC mode by either pressing DVD on the remote control or by pressing the DISC/USB/SD
button on the front panel until the display screen says disc.
Loading a disc
1.Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote control or the EJECT button on the front panel of
the AKJ7808 to open the disc tray
2.Insert a disc
3.Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote control or the EJECT button on the front panel of
the AKJ7808 to close the disc tray
Playing a disc
1.Load a disc
2.Press PLAY on the remote control or on the front panel
Stopping a disc
1.Press the STOP button on the remote control or front panel once to enter pause mode
2.Press the STOP button again to completely stop the disc
Pausing a disc
1.Press the PAUSE button on the remote control or front panel
Skipping tracks/chapters
1. Use the PREV and NEXT buttons on the remote control or front panel to skip tracks/chapters
2. Press the PREV button to skip to the previous track/chapter
3. Press the NEXT button to skip to the next track/chapter
Searching through a track/chapter
1. Use the B.SCAN and F.SCAN buttons on the remote control or front panel to search through tracks/chapters
2. Press the B.SCAN button to search backwards through the current track/chapter
3. Press the F.SCAN button to search forwards through the current track/chapter
Note:It will not work while playing CDG format disc
Subtitles
Some DVDs have subtitles available and some also include multiple languages. If you are using a DVD with
subtitles available, simply press the SUBTITLE button on the remote control to cycle through the available
subtitles
Viewing multiple angles
Some DVDs have multiple viewing angles available. Press the ANGLE button on the remote control to
change the viewing angle and cycle through the available angles.
Slow-motion playback using the SLOW button
Use the SLOW button on the remote control to cycle between 4 slow-forward modes :
●SLOW 1/2 - Forwards at 1/2 the actual time
●SLOW 1/4 - Forwards at 1/4 the actual time
●SLOW 1/8 - Forwards at 1/8 the actual time
●SLOW 1/16 - Forwards at 1/16 the actual time .
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Operations(Disc Mode)
Viewing one frame at a time using the STEP button
1.Press the STEP button on the remote control to enter Step mode
2.Every time the STEP button is pressed, when in Step mode, the movie will advance one frame
3.Press the PLAY button on the remote control or front panel to exit Step mode and return to normal playback
Selecting repeat options
Press the REPEAT button on the remote control to cycle through the available repeat modes:
1.Track - Repeats the current track
2.Chapter - Repeats the current chapter on a DVD
3.Title - Repeats the current title on a DVD
4.All - Repeats the entire disc once it has played through
5.Repeat off- Turns off Repeat.
Creating a loop using the A-B button
The A-B feature allows you to loop a certain part of a disc.
While the disc is playing:
1.Press the A-B button once at the desired starting point for the loop
2.Press it again at the desired ending point for the loop
3.Press it a third time to end the loop and return to normal playback
Note:It will not work while playing CDG format disc.
Canceling vocals using the L/R button
Multiplex CDG discs are designed to have vocals on one side and music on the other. The L/R button
allows you to play only one of these sides and cancel out the other in order to have music-only or
vocals-only.Press the L/R button to cycle through the available settings:
●Mono Left - Left channel only (no vocals)
●Mono Right - Right channel only (no music)
●Mix-Mono - Virtual stereo
●Stereo - Left and Right in true stereo
Note: This feature is only for use with specifically Multiplex formatted CDG discs.
Zooming in and out
The AKJ780 8 lets you zoom in and out on the video screen.
Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to cycle through the available zoom settings.
Zoom in
●2X - Zooms in 2X the original size
●3X - Zooms in 3X the original size
●4X - Zooms in 4X the original size
Note:when you try to play MPG and JPG file(include the MPG and JPG file on DISC,USB,SD):
1. Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to enter ZOOM mode;
2. Use the F.SCAN and B.SCAN button to control zoom in and zoom out function;
Jumping to specific time on a disc
Press the TIME button on the remote control to cycle through the available jump-to options:
CD/CDG disc
●Disc Go To (CD/CDG only) - Jump to a specific time on the current disc
●Track Go To (CD/CDG only) - Jump to a specific time on the current track
●Select Track (CD/CDG only) - Jump directly to a specific track
Note:It will not work while playing CDG format disc
Example:
Jumping to 1:35 in the current track
1.Press the TIME button until “TRACK GO TO - - | - -” appears on the TV screen
2.Press 0, 1, 3, 5
3.Playback will begin at 1:35 on the current track
DVD disc
Note: Not all discs have multiple titles. A title refers to the different sections including the movie,
special features,etc.
●Title / Chapter (DVD only) - Select the title and then jump to a chapter within that title
●Title / Time (DVD only) - Select a title and then jump to a specific time within that title
●Chapter / Time (DVD only) - Select a chapter and then jump to a specific time within that chapter
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Operations(Disc Mode)
Example:
Selecting a Title and Chapter
Jumping to title 2 and chapter 2
1.Press the TIME button until TITLE “__ / __ CHAPTER __ / __ “ appears on the top of the TV screen
2.Press 2 on the number pad to select Title 1. Now chapter will be highlighted
3.Press 2 on the number pad to select Chapter 2
4.Playback will begin at that on Title 2 and Chapter 2
Viewing and setting the On Screen Display (OSD)
Press the OSD button on the remote control to cycle through the available OSD viewing options.
CD/CDG discs
●Single Remain - The time remaining on the current track
●Single Elapsed - The time elapsed on the current track
●Total Remain - The time remaining on the entire disc
●Total Elapsed - The time elapsed on the entire disc
●Display Off - Turns the OSD off
DVD discs
●Title Remain - The time remaining on the current title
●Title Elapsed - The time elapsed on the current title
●Chapter Remain - The time remaining on current chapter
●Chapter Elapsed - The time elapsed on the entire chapter
Turning on the last memory function:
1.Press SETUP on the remote control. The General Setup page will show.
2.Use the down arrow button on the remote control to scroll down to Last Memory
3.If Last Memory is set to off, press enter when Last Memory is highlighted and press up so that On is
highlighted
4.Press ENTER on the remote control to confirm the selection
5.Press SETUP again on the remote control to close the Setup menu
PROG (Program) Operations
1. CD, CDG and VCD Playback:
● Insert a CD, CD-G, or VCD in the disc tray and press the PROG button to enter the program mode. The TV
monitor display will show the program menu as in Photo J. In the program menu, the track numbers of the
songs on a disc can be entered to the program menu in a desired order, up to 20 tracks. The same track on
a disc can be entered multiple times. Use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the track location in
the program menu to make any correction or delete the track from the program menu by pressing the
CLEAR button.
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PHOTO (J)
● Upon completing the program menu setup, use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the PLAY indicator
in the program menu and press the ENTER button to start the playback according to the track order set up in
the program menu. The PROG indicator on the display panel will be on (as shown in Photo K) when the
programmed playback is in progress. Press the PLAY button on the remote control twice to stop the
programmed playback.
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Operations(Disc Mode)
2. DVD Playback
●Insert a DVD in the disc tray and press the PROG button to enter the program mode. The TV monitor display
will show the program menu as in Photo L. In the program menu, enter the title number under the column “T”
and enter the chapter number under the column “C”. Up to 20 songs on a DVD can be entered to the program
menu in a desired order. The same song on a DVD can be entered multiple times. Use the directional buttons
(< > ^ ^) to go to the song location in the program menu to make any correction or delete the song from the
program menu by pressing the CLEAR button.
PHOTO ( K)
PHOTO ( M )
●Upon completing the program menu setup, use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the PLAY indicator
in the program menu and press the ENTER button to start the playback according to the song order set up in
the program menu. The PROG indicator on the display panel will be on (as shown in Photo M) when the
programmed playback is in progress. Press the PLAY button on the remote control twice to stop the
programmed playback.
NOTE: The PROG operations are not applicable to MP3 or MP4 discs.
Operations (MP3 and AVI / DivX)
When playing MP3 and DivX files, the AKJ780 8 must be
connected to a TV in order to see and navigate through the
file menu. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to
navigate through the file menu and the ENTER button to
select a file to play.
To play a file
1.Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to scroll to the
desired file
2.Press ENTER on the remote control to begin playing the file
3.The file will begin playing
or
1.Use the number buttons on the remote control and enter the file number
2.Press ENTER
3.The file will begin playing
Direct track access:
When playing MP3 or AVI/DivX files,to skip to the desired track directly using the number buttons,
see the following operations section for detailed instruction:
1.For example:to go directly to track 142 of MP3/AVI/DivX:you would press 1 and 4 and 2,then press
ENTER button on remote control for playing your desired track.
2.For example:to go directly to track 36 of MP3/AVI/DivX,you would press 0 and 3 and 6, then press
ENTER button on remote control for playing your desired track.
Note:The desired track you selected must be less than the total tracks on the MP3/AVI/DivX;
Repeat options
There are six repeat options when playing Divx Files. Use the REPEAT
button on the remote control to cycle through these repeat options:
●Random - Plays songs randomly from the entire disc
●Single - Playback stops after a single track finishes playing
●Repeat One - Repeats the current song continuously
●Repeat Folder - Repeats the entire folder after it has played through
●Folder - Playback stops after all of the songs in the current folder
have played
●Shuffle - Plays songs randomly within the current folder
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USB and SD Card Operations
(Disc Mode)
USB and SD CARD operations (Disc Mode)
Use the DISC select button on the front panel or DVD select button on the remote control to directly select the desired
DISC MODE,do not put DISC into the tray,when the graphic display on the front panel displays”NO DISC”, then
insert USB and SD CARD to the USB and SD CARD jacks,then begin to load the media sources from USB or SD CARD.
1.Using the USB input
●Plug a USB thumb drive into the USB Input.
●Use the directional buttons to select videos, music, or images. Press the Enter button to play a
selected video, music, or image.
Note:The unit will play your VCD, WMA, AVI, MP4, DAT, MPG and JPG files. The different file types must be
separated into folders for the unit to read them.
2.Using the SD card slot
●Plug an SD card into the SD memory card slot.
●Use the directional buttons to select videos, music, or images. Press the Enter button to play a
selected video, music, or image.
Note: The unit will play your VCD, WMA, AVI, MP4, DAT, MPG and JPG files. The different
file types must be separated into folders for the unit to read them.
USB and SD Card REC / COPY Operations
1. REC (Record) Operations:
● With a compact disk (in CD, CDG, MP3, MP4, DIVX, or VCD format) in the disc tray, insert a USB device or an
SD card and press this REC button to start recording. Right before the recording process, the AKJ7808 will
search for the “MUSIC” folder. A “MUSIC” folder will be created if it does not exist in the USB device or SD
card. During the recording process, the microphone input will be automatically mixed with the back ground
music from the compact disc and be recorded to the USB device or SD card in the MP3 format. In the meantime,
the percentage (0-100%) of the recorded portion of a song will be displayed on the TV or monitor screen as
shown in Photo A.
● The recorded content will be recorded and numbered consecutively in the “MUSIC” folder. Each recorded
content is named with the track number on the disk as shown in Photo C. If a repeated track number is used, the
track number will be followed by an alphabet. For example, if track 5 on one disk is recorded, the recorded
content will be named “TRACK5”. When another track 5 on another disk is recorded, it will be named
“TRACK5A”. Next recorded track 5 on another disk will be named “TRACK5B”.
● After the recording is completed, press the DVD button on the remote control to enter the display as shown in Photo
B. Select USB or CARD (SD Card) and press the ENTER button on the remote control to enter the playback mode.
● In the playback mode, use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the “MUSIC” folder and press the ENTER
button to open the “MUSIC” folder as shown in Photo C. Go to the desired recorded song to start playback.
(The order of the recorded songs in the “MUSIC” folder is based on the times that the songs were recorded.)
NOTE: This recording function does NOT support any DVD disc.
PHOTO (A)
PHOTO ( B)
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PHOTO ( C)
USB and SD Card REC Operartions
2. COPY Operations (from CD or CDG to USB or SD Card):
● With a CD or CDG in the disc tray, insert a USB device or an SD card and press this COPY button to enter the
downloading mode.At the downloading mode, the TV/monitor display is as shown in Photo D.
● Use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to “TRACKS” and press the ENTER button to open the display as
shown in Photo E. After selecting the desired track number in Photo E, move the cursor to START and press the
ENTER button to start downloading as shown in Photo F. Right before the downloading process, the AKJ7808
will search for the “UNKNO” folder. A “UNKNO” folder will be created if it does not exist in the USB device or
SD card. The song in the CD or CDG will be converted to MP3 and downloaded to the “UNKNO” folder.
PHOTO(D)
PHOTO(E)
PHOTO(F)
PHOTO(G)
● After the MP3 downloading is completed, press the DVD button on the remote control to enter the display as
shown in Photo B. Select USB or CARD (SD Card) and press the ENTER button on the remote control to enter the
playback mode. In the playback mode, use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the “UNKNO” folder
and press the ENTER button to open the “UNKNO” folder as shown in Photo G. Go to the desired song to start
playback. (The order of the downloaded songs in the “UNKNO” folder is based on the times that the songs
were downloaded.)
NOTE: This downloading function supports only CD and CDG discs.
3. COPY Operations (from MP3 to USB or SD Card):
● With a MP3 disc in the disc tray, insert a USB device or an SD card and press this COPY button to start the copying.
During the copying process, the percentage (0-100%) of the copied portion of the file will be displayed on the TV
or monitor screen as shown in Photo H. Right before the copying process, the AKJ7808 will search for the
“CDROM” folder. A “CDROM” folder will be created if it does not exist in the USB device or SD card. The file in
the Mp3 disc will be copied to the “CDROM” folder.
Photo(H)
Photo(I)
● After the MP3 copying is completed, press the DVD button on the remote control to enter the display as shown in
Photo B. Select USB or CARD (SD Card) and press the ENTER button on the remote control to enter the playback
mode. In the playback mode, use the directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to go to the “CDROM” folder and press the
ENTER button to open the “CDROM” folder as shown in Photo I. Go to the desired file to start playback.
(The order of the copied files in the “CDROM” folder is based on the times that the files were copied.)
NOTE: This copying function supports only MP3 discs.
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Microphone Operations
Turning on the Microphones
Each ADM1064B microphone has an On/Off switch.
1.Flip the microphone's On/Off switch UP to turn the microphone ON.
2.Flip the microphone's On/Off switch DOWN to turn the microphone OFF.
On/Off switch
Adjusting the master Microphone volume
The master Microphone Volume can be adjusted using
either the front panel control or the remote control
Front Panel
Turn the MIC VOLUME control clockwise to raise the
volume and counter-clockwise to lower the volume
Remote Control
●Press the MIC + button to raise the volume
●and the MIC - button to lower the volume
ACC 7808-01
Adjusting the individual Microphone volume controls
1.Each microphone channel has its own volume control
located on the front panel of the AKJ780 8. Each one
can be adjusted separately, providing a great sounding
vocal mix.
2.Turn the MIC 1 VOL and/or MIC 2 VOL control clockwise
to raise the volume and counter-clockwise to lower
the volume.
Adjusting the Microphone tone
The AKJ780 8 has microphone tone controls on the front panel,
allowing you to create clearer and more professional vocals.
●MIC TREBLE- Try increasing the TREBLE tone if the sound is too bassy or muddy and decreasing it
if it is too hi-pitched or if there is a lot of feedback.
●MIC BASS - Try increasing the BASS if the sound is not deep enough and decreasing it if the
sound is too muddy or muffled.
Note
Note: There is no correct tone setting. There are many factors that affect the tone including the
singer's own vocal tone, the room, etc. Adjust the TREBLE and BASS controls until you are pleased
with the sound.
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Microphone Operations
Using digital Echo
Digital Echo gives vocals a more professional, studio-produced sound and is a great way to make any singer
sound like a seasoned professional. There are three controls, located on the front panel, for adjusting the
Echo effect:
●ECHO - This controls the amount of Echo effect that will be heard. Turn clockwise to increase the amount
of echo and counter-clockwise to decrease it. Turn the ECHO control fully counter-clockwise to turn the
echo effect off.
●REPEAT- Use this control to adjust the REPEAT setting of the ECHO effect. As REPEAT adjusts the total
number of echo intervals prior to fade-out, the more REPEAT that is applied, the more ECHO intervals will
occur prior to fade-out. Turn control clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE level.
●DELAY - This control adjusts the amount of time between each echo repeat. Turn clockwise to make the
time shorter and counter-clockwise to make the time longer
Adjusting the KEYBOARD volume
1.The master KEYBOARD Volume can be adjusted using the front panel control
2.Turn the KEYBOARD VOLUME control clockwise to raise the volume and counter-clockwise to lower the
volume
Adjusting the GUITAR volume
1.The master GUITAR Volume can be adjusted using the front panel control
2.Turn the GUITAR VOLUME control clockwise to raise the volume and counter-clockwise to lower the
volume
Note
NOTE: KEYBOARD & GUITAR TO ECHO ON/OFF button - This button is used to turn on or turn
off the connection between the Keyboard / guitar inputs and the digtal ECHO circuitry. Depress
this button to activate the digital ECHO. Release this button to the UP position to disconnect the
digital ECHO.
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Descriptions and Functions
Front panel
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1.INPUT - This button toggles through all the INPUT channels (Disc/USB/SD, AV 1/2/3) for available
INPUT SOURCES.
2.POWER/STANDBY - This button is used to turn the AKJ7808 'ON'/ 'OFF'or place it in STANDBY mode.
Note: When in STANDBY mode, the AKJ7808 is not completely powered down and still contains residual
power. This button will not turn the AKJ7808 on if the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel is switched off.
To completely turn the power off, use the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel of the AKJ7808.
3 .MUSIC EQ -This GRAPHIC EQ is used to BOOST and/or CUT particular frequencies from SOURCE
MUSIC output. Each slide fader processes a particular frequency range indicated by the number above it.
Frequencies from 30Hz - 120Hz constitute the very low to low range. Frequencies from 120Hz to 1KHz
are the mid-range and frequencies from 1KHz to 16KHz make up the high to very high range. To adjust,
slide the fader up to boost the frequency presence or down to cut the frequency.
4.EJECT button - This button is used to OPEN/CLOSE the DISC tray.
5. KEYBOARD & GUITAR TO ECHO ON/OFF button-This button is used to turn on or turn off the connection
between the Keyboard / guitar inputs and the digital ECHO circuitry. Depress this button to activate the
digital ECHO. Release this button to the UP position to disconnect the digital ECHO.
6.GRAPHIC DISPL AY - This panel displays all graphical information regarding system operations,
settings and performance.
7.MIC VOLUME control - This control increases/decreases the MIC VOLUME level. Turn clockwise to
increase MIC VOLUME and counter-clockwise to decrease the MIC VOLUME.
8.MUSIC VOLUME control - This control increases/decreases the MUSIC VOLUME level. Turn clockwise
to increase MUSIC VOLUME and counter-clockwise to decrease the MUSIC VOLUME.
9.REMOTE SENSOR - This sensor receives infrared signals transmitted by the REMOTE CONTROL transmitter.
Note: Obstacles located between the remote control and remote sensor should be avoided
as they can prevent signal recognition
10.VOCAL CANCEL button- This feature is used to remove the lead vocal sound track signal on a multiplex
format CDG, VCD, or DVD disc. In order for this feature to work, the disc must be multiplex formatted.
Press this button once to remove the lead vocal singer sound track signal. Press this button again and the
lead vocal sound track signal will be added back into the music.
Note: This feature does not work with a standard or non-multiplex format disc. This feature is designed to
work with multiplex discs only.
11. VOCAL PARTNER button-This feature is used to remove the lead vocal sound track signal only when the
microphone signal is present (while you are singing to the microphone). When the microphone signal is
not present (after you stop singing to the microphone), the lead vocal sound track signal will be added back
to the music. In order for this feature to work, the disc must be multiplex formatted. Press this button once to
activate VOCAL PARTNER. Press this button again to deactivate VOCAL PARTNER.
Note: Like the VOCAL CANCEL, this feature does not work with a standard or non-multiplex format disc.
This feature is designed to work with multiplex discs only.
12. DIRECT TRACK ACCESS buttons-These buttons are used for DIRECT TRACK selection. Use the +10 button
for all the tracks higher than 10. For example, press +10 and 6 to go directly to track 16, and press +10,
+10, and 3 to go directly to track 23.
Note: When playing AVI/DivX files, to skip to the desired track directly using the number
buttons, refer to the Direct track access for AVI/DivX operations section of this manual;
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Descriptions and Functions
Front panel
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15
16
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13.REC button - Please refer to page 16 for the details.
14.MP3 COPY button - Please refer to page 17 for the details.
15.DIGITAL KEY CONTROL buttons - These buttons direct the DIGITAL KEY CONTROLLER to either raise,
lower or reset the musical key of audio from the disc player.
●# - Raises the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed.
● - Resets the musical key to its original key.
●b - Lowers the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed.
NOTE:Key controller will not work on playing AV1/AV2/AV3.
16.Prev and Next buttons - Skip tracks when in DISC mode .jumps to the previous track and skips
ahead to the next track.
17.B-Scan and F-Scan buttons - Scans through a track when in DISC mode.B-Scan scans backwards
through the current track and F-Scan scans forwards through the current track.
18.Stop button - Stops disc playback in standby mode when pressed once and completely stops
disc playback when pressed twice.
19.Audio button - Cycle through caption languages on a disc with multiple caption languages available.
20.Mute button - Mutes the sound from Disc/USB/SD,AV1 ,AV2and AV3 input channels.
21.EQ ON/OFF switch - This switch is used to turn the 7-band Graphic Equalizer ON and OFF. Press the
EQ switch in to activate the equalizer. In the out position, the equalizer is bypassed.
22.PL AY/PAUSE button - Plays a disc that is stopped or paused .
23.HEADPHONES jack- This jack is used to connect HEADPHONES equipped with a 1/4inch plug.
24.AV3 INPUT jacks - These jacks are for connecting AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT from an external AV
SOURCE. Connect RCA-style AV cables from these jacks to the AV OUTPUT jacks on your external AV device.
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Descriptions and Functions
Front panel
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25. SD Memory Card - Slot The SD Memory Card Slot accepts SD memory card formats. Media stored
on a loaded memory card can be played.
26.USB Input - Use the USB Input to connect a USB Thumb Drive to the unit. Media stored on the USB
Thumb Drive can be played.
27. MIC BASS - This control increases/decreases the amount of LOW frequency response applied to the
MASTER VOLUME output.
28.MIC TREBLE- This control increases/decreases the amount of HI frequency response applied to the
MASTER VOLUME output.
29.MIC ECHO - This control adjusts the level of ECHO applied to the MIC channels. Turn control clockwise
to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE the level of ECHO.
30.MIC REPEAT - Use this control to adjust the REPEAT setting of the ECHO effect. As REPEAT adjusts
the total number of echo intervals prior to fade-out, the more REPEAT that is applied, the more ECHO
intervals will occur prior to fade-out. Turn control clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to
DECREASE level.
31.MIC DEL AY - Use this control to adjust the DELAY setting of the ECHO effect. As DELAY adjusts the
total begin-to-end length of each echo interval, the more DELAY that is applied, the longer each ECHO
interval will take to complete. Turn control clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to
DECREASE level.
32. MIC INPUTS 1, 2 - These inputs are for connecting MICROPHONES with a ¼ inch (6.3mm) plug.
33.MIC 1 / 2 VOLUME - These controls adjust the VOLUME levels of MIC channels
individually.Turn controls clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE.
34.KEYBOARD INPUT - This input is used to connect a KEYBOARD device via a ¼ inch instrument cable.
35.KEYBOARD VOLUME - This control is used to set the VOLUME level for a KEYBOARD connected to the
KEYBOARD INPUT JACK.
36.GUITAR INPUT - This input is used to connect a GUITAR via a ¼ inch instrument cable.
37.GUITAR VOLUME - This control is used to set the VOLUME level for a GUITAR connected to the
GUITAR INPUT.
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Descriptions and Functions
Rear panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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PRE-OUT
1.FUSE TERMINAL - This terminal houses the AKJ7808 main system FUSE.
2.VOLTAGE SELECTOR - This selector toggles between 110-120V and 220-240V power settings. Please
make sure this toggle is set to the correct position, matching the receiving AC outlet's power supply before
plugging it in and operating it. Not doing so may cause severe damage to the unit and void your product warranty.
3.MAIN POWER switch- This switch can be set to ON or OFF position as follows:
●ON - to turn on the AKJ7808 power.
●OFF - to turn off the AKJ7808 power.
Note: The red POWER /STANDBY button on the front panel will not turn the AKJ7808 on if the MAIN POWER
switch is switched OFF.
4.EFFECTS INSERT jacks - The effects inserts allows you to add external effects to the audio signal without
compromising the original signal. Use the MIC IN/OUT when adding effects to the vocal signal ,use the
KEYBOARD IN/OUT when adding effects to the Music and use the GUITAR IN/OUT when adding effects
to the music.
5. 5.1 CHANNEL AUDIO OUTPUT jacks-These jacks are used for connecting to 5.1 channel ready
receivers/amplifiers. The label on each jack specifies which speaker in the surround sound system the
output signal from the labeled jack is sent to: FL-front left, FR-front right, SL-surround left, SR-surround
right, CEN-center, SW-subwoofer. The ML jack is the same as the FL jack and is used as the main left output
in a stereo system. The MR jack is the same as the FR jack and is used as the main right output in a stereo system.
6.COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT - These jacks output VIDEO to a TV monitor via COMPONENT VIDEO cables.
COMPONENT VIDEO outputs the different color signals (U/Pb and V/Pr) and luminance signal (Y) separately
for high-fidelity in reproducing colors. The description of the component video output connectors may differ
depending on the TV set or monitor i.e. Pr/Pb/Y or Cr/Cb/Y or R-Y/B-Y/Y. Component video cables only transmit
the video signal, separate cables are needed for audio signals. Please refer to the operating instructions of the
TV set or monitor for details.
7.COAXIAL OUTPUT - This digital output is for connecting devices with a COAXIAL cable.
8.VIDEO (RCA) and S-VIDEO OUT jacks - These jacks output video to a display device (TV, TFT, etc.). The
VIDEO jack outputs video using an RCA video cable. The S-VIDEO jack uses an S-VIDEO cable. S-VIDEO
provides better color separation and better resolution by separating the color and picture signals of a
composite-video signal.
9.OPTICAL OUTPUT - This digital out is for connecting devices with an OPTICAL cable. Please make sure to
remove the protective cover from this jack prior to connecting an OPTICAL cable. When not using this input,
keep the protective cover on to protect it from dust and foreign material.
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Descriptions and Functions
Rear panel
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10
11
13
12
14
15
16
17
10.AC~IN TERMINAL - Connect AC MAIN POWER CORD from the wall outlet to this terminal.
11. AC POWER outlet - This outlet provides AC POWER to an external device.
Note: Do not connect any device with a power consumption level higher than 200W.
12. PRE OUT jacks-Connect one end of ¼-inch cables to the left and right PRE-OUT jacks on the AKJ780 8 .
Connect one end of the ¼-inch cables to the left and right AUDIO/LINE/AUX INPUT jacks on the
external device.
13.AV 1 / 2 INPUT jacks - These jacks are for connecting AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT from external AV
SOURCES. Connect RCA-style AV cables (R, W, Y) from these jacks to the AV OUTPUT jacks
on your external AV devices.
14.VIDEO OUT 1-2 JACKS (RCA) - These jacks are for connecting the AKJ7808 's VIDEO OUTPUT to TV
or DISPLAY devices. Connect RCA-type patch cables from these jacks to the VIDEO INPUT jacks
on the connecting TV or display devices.
15.AUDIO OUT 1-2 JACKS (RCA) - These jacks are for connecting the AKJ780 8 AUDIO OUTPUT to an amplifier,
recording or mixing devices. Connect paired RCA-type patch cables from these jacks to the appropriate
INPUT jacks on external audio devices.
16.BAL ANCED AUDIO OUTPUT jacks - These XLR jacks are for connecting MASTER output to an
external device with balanced cables.
17.BAL ANCED MIC 1-2 INPUT (XLR) - These jacks are for connecting microphones via BALANCED
XLR-type microphone cables.
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Descriptions and Functions
Remote control
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3
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4
5
6
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ACC 7808-01
1.OPEN/CLOSE button - This button is used to OPEN/CLOSE
the DISC tray.
2.Power button - Turns the AKJ7808 on or to Standby
mode. To turn the AKJ7808 completely off, use the power button
on the front panel.
Note: The main power must be on in order to use this power
button. Turn on the main power with the power button on the
front panel.
3.DVD button- This button selects the DVD/USB/SD player
as the input to be used.
4.AV1/AV2/AV3 button - This button selects the AV1/AV2/AV3 as
the input to be used.
5.Number/Preset buttons - Use these buttons to jump
directly to a track in Disc mode. See the Disc and Tuner
Operations sections of this manual for detailed instructions
on using the Number/Preset buttons.
6.PROG button - Please refer to page 14 for the details.
NOTE: The AKJ7808 must be in DISC mode in order to access
the PROGRAM menu.
7.SETUP button - Use this button to access the AKJ7808’s setup
page on the video screen. You can navigate between the
General Setup Page, Audio Setup Page, Video Setup Page,
preference page and the Password Setup page using the
DIRECTIONAL buttons (< ^ > v) on your remote. Select
options and make changes using the ENTER button on the remote.
8.DIRECTIONAL buttons- (< ^ > v) - These buttons allow you
to navigate through the DVD menu screens, Setup Pages, and
Mp3 menus.
9.ENTER button- This button is used to make selections in
DVD menus and the OSD when an entry is highlighted.
10.Title button - Accesses the title screen on a DVD.
Note: For use on DVDs with title screens. Some DVDs may
not have a title screen.
11.Menu button - Accesses the main menu on a DVD and other
discs with main menus.
12.Return button - Accesses the main menu on a VCD 2.0 disc.
Note: PBC must be turned on and the VCD must be a
VCD 2.0 disc.
13. Stop button - Stops disc playback in standby mode when
pressed once and completely stops disc playback
when pressed twice.
14. Play button - Plays a disc that is stopped or paused. See
the Operations section in this manual for detailed
instructions on auto-scanning.
15.Pause button - Pause a disc that is playing.
16.B-Scan and F-Scan buttons - Scans through a track when
in DISC mode: B-Scan scans backwards through the current
track and F-Scan scans forwards through the current track
Note:It will not work while playing CDG format disc.
17.Prev and Next buttons - Skip tracks when in DISC mode:
prev jumps to the previous track and Next skips ahead to
the next track.
18.Audio button - Cycle through caption languages on a disc
with multiple caption languages available.
19.Subtitle button - Cycles through the available subtitle
languages on a DVD with subtitles available.
Note: Not all DVDs will have subtitles available.
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Descriptions and Functions
Remote control
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40.V/C (Vocal Cancel) button - In order
for this feature to work properly, the
disc must be multiplex formatted.
Press the VOCAL CANCEL button once
to remove the lead vocal layer. Press a
second time, and the lead vocal layer
will be reestablished.
Note: If you try to utilize this feature while
a standard or non-multiplex disc is playing,
it will not work as this feature is designed to
work with multiplex format discs only.
41.MP3 COPY button - Please refer to
page 17 for the details.
42.REC button - Please refer to page 16
for the details.
21.Angle button - Cycles through the available viewing
angles on DVDs with multiple viewing angles available.
Note: Not all DVDs will have multiple viewing angles available.
22.PBC button - Turns on Playback Control (PBC). For use
with VCD 2.0 discs, PBC allows you to navigate more
conveniently through VCD 2.0 discs.
23.Slow button - Cycles through the different slow motion
options while in DISC mode. See the Operations section in
this manual for detailed instructions on using slow motion.
24.Step button - Allows you to view a disc step-by-step, one
frame at a time. See the Operations section in this manual
for detailed instructions on using the Step feature.
25.Repeat button - Cycles through the available repeat options.
Repeat options vary from type of disc so see the Operations
section of this manual for detailed instructions on using the
repeat function for every kind of disc.
26.A-B (loop) button - Allows you to set a section on a disc
for continuous looping. See the Operations section in this
manual for detailed instructions on using the A-B loop feature.
27.L/R button - Cycles through the different multiplex CDG
output modes for canceling the vocals: MONO-LEFT,MONORIGHT, MIX-MONO and STEREO. See the Operations section
in this manual for detailed instructions on canceling vocals on
multiplex CDG discs.
28. P/N button - Switches between PAL and NTSC video modes.
29.Time button - Accesses the Time menu which allows you
to jump directly to a specific time on a disc. See the Operations
section in this manual for detailed instructions on jumping to a
specific time on a disc.
30.Zoom button - Allows you to zoom in 2X, 3X and 4X and
zoom out 1/2X, 1/3X and 1/4X on the video during disc playback.
31.OSD button - Cycles through the different On Screen Display
options. See the Operations section in this manual for detailed
instructions on selecting OSD options.
32.Resume button - Resumes playback from exact spot where
a disc has been stopped in standby mode.
33.V-MODE - This button toggles between the different variants of
component video, YUV (US), and S- Video.
34.Clear button - Clears any numbers typed into a menu before
a selection has been made.
35.Mute button - Mutes the sound from disc, ipod and AV input
channels.
36.DIGITAL KEY CONTROL - These buttons direct the DIGITAL
KEY CONTROLLER
 # - Raises the musical key a quarter-step each time this button
is pressed.
 - Resets the musical key to it's original key.
 b - Lowers the musical key a quarter-step each time this button
is pressed.
Note:This feature is not applicable to the AUX inputs, AV1/AV2/Av3.
37.MIC - These are the microphone master volume control
buttons. Press the “+” button to raise the microphone volume.
Press the “-“ button to reduce the microphone volume.
38.MUSIC - These are the music master volume control buttons.
Press the “+” button to raise the music volume. Press the “-“
button to reduce the music volume.
39.V/P (Vocal Partner) button - To activate VOCAL PARTNER,
press button once. To remove VOCAL PARTNER, press a second
time.NOTE: If you try to utilize this feature while a standard or
non-multiplex disc is playing, it will not work as this feature is
designed to work on multiplex format discs only.
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Descriptions and Functions
Remote control
Using the remote control
When operating the remote control, point the top of the remote control toward
the AKJ7808 's remote sensor on the front panel and ensure that there is a clear line of sight between the
remote control and AKJ7808 void of obstacles in order to prevent signal deflection.
When to replace the batteries
The maximum operational distance between the remote control and the sensor is approximately 25 feet.
If the remote only operates at shorter distances, it is time to replace the batteries.
ACC 7808-01
Approximately 25 feet
Installing the batteries
To install the batteries, first remove the battery compartment lid from the back of the remote control.
Insert two AAA batteries, ensuring that the polarities are aligned correctly.
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DVD System Setup Menu
SYSTEM SETUP MENU
To access the System Setup Menu, press the SETUP button
on the remote control. The menu will appear on the TV
screen.Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to
navigate through the menu and use the ENTER button to
make selections.
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
NEXT PAGE
1. TV SYSTEM
Set the video output to your TV's system format:
● NTSC North America
● PAL Europe, Asia
● PAL60 This format enables a PAL TV/Monitor to play the NTSC video.
● AUTO Automatically detects the TV's format.
2. SCREEN SAVER
The DVD screen saver can be toggled ON or toggled OFF to suit your preference for display during extended
periods of player inactivity when power remains on. Use the Directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to make your selection.
3. VIDEO
Refer to your TV manual to determine which type of video it supports. You can choose between
INTERLACE-YUV, P-SCAN YPBPR or S-VIDEO.
4. TV TYPE
This menu actually refers to TV display mode. Choose between 4:3PS for Panoramic Screen, 4:3LB for
Letterbox, or 16:9 based on your viewing preference.
5. PASSWORD
When the PASSWORD menu is selected, the displayed lock icon is closed (locked) as shown in Fig (1). The preset
password to lock or unlock RATING settings is 0000. If you are a parent and want to limit the types of DVD's to be
viewed with the AKJ7808, type this password using the NUMBER keys on the remote, and then press ENTER to
unlock the RATING setting. Once you unlock the RATING setting, the lock icon will be opened (unlocked) as
shown in Fig (2).
Fig(1)
Fig(2)
With the RATING setting unlocked, enter the RATING menu and select the desired parental safety setting, then
come back to the PASSWORD menu to enter a desired 4-digit password to lock the selected parental safety setting.
A locked icon as in Fig (1) will display to indicate the locking status.
6. RATING
Set the parental safety settings. There are eight (8) parental safety settings as displayed on the TV / monitor.
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DVD System Setup Menu
7. NEXT PAGE
7.1 DEFAULT
Select this mode if you choose to return all system
preferences to the DEFAULT settings.
7.2. RESUME
 ON:RESUME the last spot played on a disc and
returns to it when the AKJ7808 is turned back on
from the Standby mode.
 OFF:RESUME is off.
7.3. PREV PAGE
SYSTEM SETUP
DEFAULT
RESUME
PREV PAGE
RESTORE
L ANGUAGE SETUP
This menu is used to set up the language preferences for the
functions described as follows. Use the Directional buttons
(< > ^ ^) on the remote control to navigate through the
menu and use the ENTER button to make selections.
1. OSD (On Screen Display) Language
The available OSD languages include English, Spanish,
French, German, Portuguese, and Chinese.
2. AUDIO L ANGUAGE
This feature is dependent upon the options included with each
individual disc. Choose from the list provided by the disc.
3. SUBTITLE L ANGUAGE
This feature is dependent upon the options included with each
individual disc. Choose from the list provided by the disc.
4. MENU L ANGUAGE
This feature is dependent upon the options included with each
individual disc. Choose from the list provided by the disc.
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
ENGLISH
CHINESE
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
AUDIO SETUP
1. AUDIO OUT
The AKJ7808 allows user to use the standard analog audio
outputs and the digital output simultaneously by using the RCA
L/R outputs and the coaxial output. When the AKJ7808 is
connected to an external sound system with digital inputs,
select settings as follows:
(a) SPDIF/OFF This setting completely disables the digital
audio output.
(b) SPDIF/RAW This setting selects the Dolby 5.1 digital
audio output. (optical- coaxial)
(c) SPDIF/PCM This setting selects the stereo digital audio
output (2 channels)
2. KEY CONTROL
This feature functions exactly the same as the KEY CONTROL
buttons on the remote control, but with a virtual vertical fader
instead of a left-right display. Use the Directional buttons
(< > ^ ^) on the remote control to the fader bar and raise
(# or sharp) or lower (b or flat) the output of the disc in
quarter-step increments.
VIDEO SETUP
Use the Directional buttons (< > ^ ^) to raise or lower the
vertical fader bars to set up the following video preference
settings.
1. BRIGHTNESS - Adjust the brightness of the display.
2. CONTRAST - Adjust the contrast of the display.
3. HUE - Adjust the hue of the display.
4. SATURATION - Adjust the saturation of the display.
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AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
KEY
VIDEO SETUP
BR I GHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SPDIF/OFF
SPDIF/RAW
SPDIF/PCM
DVD System Setup Menu
SPEAKER SETUP
1. DOWNMIX
 LT/RT The left channel and the right channel sound outputs
are mixed first and then the mixed sound output is redirected
to the left speaker and the right speaker simultaneously.
 STEREO - Sound output is in Stereo Mode.
 V SURR - Virtual Surround Sound.
 5.1 CH - For 5.1 Channel surround sound.
2. SUBWOOFER
 ON: If you have a subwoofer.
 OFF: If you do not have a subwoofer.
3. CENTER DEL AY
4. REAR DEL AY
5. FRONT
Set this based on the size of your front speaker.
 LARGE
 SMALL
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
FRONT
LT/RT
STEREO
VSS
5.1CH
DIGITAL SETUP
1. OP MODE
LINE OUT - This setting compresses the output signal and
lowers the volume for use in a quieter
environment, such as at night time.
RF REMOD - This setting increases volume for regular usage.
2. DYNAMIC RANGE
When the OP CODE is set to LINE OUT, use this setting to
select the ratio of signal compression. Select FULL for the
lowest maximum signal and OFF for the highest maximum
signal.
3. DUAL MONO
 STEREO - This setting plays the disc audio in the stereo mode.
 MONO L - This setting plays only the left audio channel.
NOTE: For use only on Multiplex CDG discs.
 MONO R - This setting plays only the right audio channel.
NOTE: For use only on Multiplex CDG discs.
 MIX MONO - This setting plays the disc audio in the mixed
audio mode in which the left audio channel
and the right audio channel are mixed first
and then redirected to the left channel and
the right channel simultaneously.
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DIGITAL SETUP
OP MODE
DYNAMIC RANGE
DUAL MONO
LINE OUT
RF REMOD
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
1.There is no power
●Make sure the power cord is firmly connected to the back of the AKJ780 8 and to the power outlet
●If using a power strip/surge-protector, make sure that it is plugged in and switched on
●Make sure the Power button on the front panel is pushed in to the on position
2.There is no sound
●Make sure everything is connected firmly and properly
●Make sure all of your components are turned on
●Make sure the AKJ780 8 is set to the right input
●Make sure the proper volume controls are turned up high enough
3.No picture
●Make sure everything is connected firmly and properly
●Make sure there are no defective cables
●Make sure all of your components are turned on
●Make sure the AKJ780 8 is set to the right input
●Make sure the TV or monitor is working correctly
4.The disc does not play
●Make sure the disc is inserted correctly (label-side up)
●Make sure the disc is clean and not scratched
●If using a CD/DVD R/RW, try using a different brand as some brands might not be compatible
●Clean the CD lens using a CD lens cleaner
5.Remote control does not work
●Make sure the batteries are inserted, inserted correctly, and not out of power
●Point the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the machine
●Move closer to the machine
6.The picture is unclear
●Make sure the disc is not dirty or damaged
●Make sure that the TV TYPE (P/N button on the remote) is set correctly:
NTSC: In North America, Japan and many other Asian countries
PAL: In Europe
●Try restarting the AKJ780 8
7.The Music from an MP3 player or CD sounds hollow or very reverby
●Make sure the surround sound quality, using the SURROUND button on the remote control or front
panel, is set to MUSIC
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Service Information
SHIPPING DAMAGE
If the shipping carton is found to be damaged, notify the delivery company immediately. Save the damaged
carton as evidence for the delivery company to inspect. It is the responsibility of the shipper to file a claim
with the delivery company for any damage that occurs during shipping. In the case that the shipping carton
®
is in good condition but the unit is damaged or defective, call Audio2000'S at 805-523-2759.
FACTORY SERVICE
If the equipment needs factory service, call Audio2000'S ® at 805-523-2759 for a Return Authorization
number (RA number) and the address of the authorized service representatives. Insure and ship the product,
prepaid, in its original carton along with proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice to
the above address. Please clearly write the RA number on the shipping carton. Also enclose a note describing
the problem along with any other helpful information such as where and how the unit was used.
LIMITED WARRANTY
H&F Technologies, Incorporated (H&F) hereby warrants that Audio2000'S ® products will be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of 1 (one) year from date of purchase. At its option, H&F will repair
or replace the defective product and promptly return it to you.
The Limited Warranty will not cover any item that has been, in H&F's estimation, subject to alteration, misuse,
neglect, accident or improper installation. In addition, any service not performed by H&F or an authorized
service center will terminate terms of this warranty. Normal wear and tear of this product will not be covered
by this or any implied warranty.
No liability will be accepted for damages/loss directly caused from the use of this product. H&F's liability shall
be limited to the repair/replacement of this product if found to be defective.
© 2009 H & F Technologies, Incorporated
(website: www.audio2000s.com)
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