Power Acoustik® 8.8" Black Headrest LCD Monitors

Power Acoustik® 8.8" Black Headrest LCD Monitors
Specifications
HDVD-9BK
HDVD-9BG
HDVD-9GR
HDVD-9GRDK
Two Preloaded 8.8" Wide Touch Screen Universal
Replacement Headrest Monitors Package
SD
USB
AV2
OWNER S MANUAL
Power Requirements
DC 12V
Power Consumption
9W
Screen Size
8 . 8 T F T- L C D
Screen Format
16:9 Wide
Resolution Pixel
1440x234
A/V Input
DVD-AV1-AV2
A/V Output
1 EA
Dimensions(With shroud)
11 . 6 ( L ) X 8 . 7 ( W ) X 4 . 7 ( H ) i n c h e s
LCD Panel Type
Active Matrix TFT
Compatible video standard
N T S C / PA L a u t o s e l e c t
Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Caution
Troubleshooting
Please read and observe all warnings and instructions in this manual
and those marked on the unit. Retain this booklet for future reference.
There are two kinds of alarm symbols as follows:
The lightning bolt with arrowhead inside in an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of
,
dangerous voltage within the product s enclosure that may be
of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
WARNING people.
CAUTION
AV
MEN U
Items to Check
Actions to be Taken
Buttons do not work.
Is the power turned on?
Check the car battery capacity.
No sound
Is the audio which is connected with
the audio cable set to receive
the DVD signal output?
Is audio cable connected securely?
Is the monitor which is connected
with the audio cable turned on?
Is the audio output set
in the correct position?
Select the correct input mode for the audio receiver.
Connect the audio cable into the jacks securely.
Turn on the monitor connected with the audio cable.
Set the Audio Output to the correct position,
and then turn on the DVD player again by pressing
the POWER button.
Remote control does
not work properly.
Is the remote control facing
the remote sensor?
Is the distance too far?
Is there any obstacle in the middle?
Is the battery weak?
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor of
the product.
Use the remote control within 15 feet.
Remove the obstacle.
Replace with new battery.
The exclamation point inside an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the product.
WARNING
P OWER
Symptom
Installation of all TV monitors
must be out of the driver ,s
field of vision.
Do not try and service these
products yourself, locale a
qualified service center or
factory service center for all
repairs.
Be careful not to drop or
apply under pressure to the
front panel of your video
monitor. If the screen cracks
due to misuse, your warranty
will be void!
Do not mount the product where
it will obstruct the deployment of
the airbag or in an area where it
would affect the driver s ability
to control the vehicle. Also be
careful to avoid mounting the
product where it can become
hazardous during sudden stops
or in the event of an accident.
Use extra caution with any liquids
in your car. If you or your child
spills any liquid on these products,
pull your vehicle to the roadside
and turn the key off to disconnect
or wipe the products with a towel. Do not
operate the equipment until all liquids have
either evaporated or you have had the monitor
inspected at a service center by a qualified
technician. Severe harm or danger can result.
Use only a damp cloth to clean
the screen and use only purified
water on the cloth. wring out all
excess water prior to wiping the
screen. Do not use any cleaners
or chemicals to clean the screen.
In most cases a dry cloth will do!
Moisture or condensation on lens
When a disc is brought from a cold environment to a warm one, there may be moisture
on the the disc, or condensation on the pickup lens. It will affect disc playback.
1. Remove the disc from the DVD player.
2. Turn on the power and leave it on for an hour to vaporize the condensation.
Disc Information
Caution
CAUTION
DVD features
DVD discs provide high-resolution images with high-quality sound. This DVD player
can play not only DVD discs of various versions, but also S-VCD, VCD, audio CD and
Mp3 discs.
Discs that cannot be played
Quality installations are best
performed by qualified and
certified installers.
Watching the monitor for an
extended period of time
without the engine running
may deplete the vehicle s
battery charge.
DVD-RW, DVD-REM, CD-ROM, CD-EXTRA discs cannot be played on this unit. In
addition, a CD or a CD-RW which was recorded on special software cannot be played.
Region code
Your DVD player is designed and manufactured to region management information
that is recorded on a DVD disc. Please check the region code.
1: North America
2: Japan
3: Korea and Southeast Asia
4: Australia, Mid & South America
5: Russia
6: China
Don t touch the unit if there is
a flash of lightning. You may
receive an electric shock.
This product is designed for
operation with a 12 Volt DC,
negative ground vehicle. It
is not suitable for operation
under other conditions or
voltages.
How to handle the disc
Don t touch the shiny side of the disc (the side with the embedded information).
Don t stick a label or a glue-based note on either side of the disc.
Don t use discs that have glue or a damaged label with exposed adhesive residue.
It might result in damage to your DVD player.
Don t put discs in the sunshine.
Park your car in the shade.
Do not cover or stop up heater
ducts or vents. It may cause a
fire or receive an electric shock.
Do not bring magnetic devices
such as credit card or magnetic
card near the magnets.
Operating Notes
How to handle the discs
Only use round discs. Discs with other shapes like a star, a heart, etc. may cause
damage to the player. If a disc is dirty, wipe softly with a wet cloth and then with a dry
one. Before playback, wipe the disc outward from the center with a clean cloth. Do not
use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzene, commercially available cleaners or
antistatic spray. To avoid damaging your DVD player, don t use a scratched disc.
1. The operating temperature of this product is limited to 14 ~+140 F.
2. If your vehicle is extremely hot or cold you must allow time for your air
conditioner or heater to cool or heat the vehicle until operating temperatures
have returned to normal operating ranges.
3. Optimal picture quality is achieved when viewed from directly front of the
monitor (+/-30degrees).
4. Do not open the housing and attempt to make any repairs yourself. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel.
5. DVD Players use an invisible laser beam which can cause hazardous radiation
exposure. Be sure to operate the unit correctly as instructed.
6. Do not cut the car power supply off while a disc is playing. It can cause
damage to the DVD Player.
7. If the buttons get stuck, please try to press the up of buttons, it will get back.
It won't impact using normal.
8. If you cann't find the files name in list when playing, please reset units or
turn off/on over again.
9. If the unit cann't be change mode when playing some special files which the unit
didn't support, please reset units or turn off/on over again.
Installation
How To Control The Monitor
1. Power On/Off
SD
USB
AV2
MENU
USB
SD
AV2
SD
MPWR
MODE
USB
AV2
<Unit>
To power on the unit, press POWER button on the monitor;
or press POWER button on the remote control.
Product installed
1. Remove the existing headrest from the seat.
MENU
SD
MPWR
MODE
USB
AV2
To power the off unit, press MPWR or PWR on the monitor;
or press POWER button on the remote control.
2. Mode Change
(1) Press any place on the monitor screen with your finger softly
,and you will see the MODE button on the monitor
3. Insert the cable in the proper hole. Insert the posts into the holes in the
seat and carefully work the headrest into position. Make sure the cable
is not pinched.
.
2
VOL +
PLAY
1
STOP
VOL-
PREV
MODE
MENU
NEXT
USB
SD
AV2
SD
2. Adjust the posts of the new headrest to fit the holes in the seat where the
headrest will be installed. The post can be moved together or apart
grasp one post in each hand, move the posts in opposing directions
(like they were walking) while pushing them toward each other or away
from each other.
5. See the picture on the right and you can adjust
the distance between the tubes to required
space(pole width adjustments 4 ~ 8.2 ) .
PWR
USB
4. Run the cable down the seat and out to the location of the video source
unit (such as a DVD player).
AV2
How to use the Adapter tubes
(2) Press the MODE button to change an Input Mode.(AV1-AV2-DVD)
VOL +
PLAY
STOP
VOL-
PREV
MODE
NEXT
SD
Since the spacing of the mounting holes
can vary on different veicles we supply
two adapter tubes. Use these tubes when
the headrest mounting holes in your seat
are too large for the posts of the headrest
monitor.
MENU
USB
PWR
MENU
AV2
SD
MODE
USB
MPWR
AV2
SD
USB
AV2
How To Control The Monitor
Connection Diagram
Connect the wires as indicated:
3. Picture Control Menu
(1) When the MENU button on the monitor screen is
pressed, the picture setting menu will be shown.
a. Red: Connect to a switched(+) 12 volt source (ACC). Use a lead that has(+) 12V
when the ignition on or in the ACC position so the monitors turns off when the key is
in the off position. Wiring the monitors hot could cause your battery to run down
when the engine is not running.
b. Black: Connect to a good chassis ground.
c. Reversing the polarity of the red and black leads will damage the monitor.
d. Connect the video input connector to the video output from the source unit
(i.e. DVD player)
e. Test the syetem.
(2) Use to achieve the desired settings for
CONTRAST,BRIGHTNESS, COLOR,
FM and RESET.
CONTRAST : Contrast between light and shade
BRIGHTNESS : Dim
Bright
COLOR
: Control of color
SHARPNESS : Sharpness of view
FM
: 87.7 89.1MHz
RESET
: Brings its factory defaults
MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
FM
RESET
50
MENU
SD
MODE
USB
(3) Press the MENU button continuously to highlight
the desired picture setting menu to control, and
adjust the values with the left /right arrow buttons
while menu OSD is still displayed on the screen for
changing the values.
AV2
Note
If there is no more touch control for 5 seconds
while any buttons or the Picture Control Menu
are being shown on the monitor, all buttons &
menu will be disappeared automatically.
(4) When using a Remote Controller, press MENU button
on the Remote Controller to bring out the menu, and
adjust the values.
3. Description of Remoto Control Menu for DVD Player
PLAY
Play DVD
SD
USB
AV2
VOL +
STOP
Stop DVD play
STOP
VOL-
VOLVolume Down
PREV
Move to the previous
chapter or track
PREV
MODE
MODE
AV1 AV2
NEXT
Move to the next
chapter or track
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO OUTPUT
VIDEO INPUT
VOL+
Volume Up
PLAY
NEXT
SD
MENU
USB
PWR
DVD
PWR
DVD Player
Power On/Off
AV2
AUDIO INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
Use these buttons to select either fast
forward or fast reverse playback.
AUDIO OUTPUT
MENU
Brightness
Contrast
Tint
Color
Sharpnss
Reset
RF Wireless Stereo Headphone
(A CH:914MHz B CH:915MHz)
SD/USB Functions
How To Control The Monitor
1. When USB or SD is inputed, the monitor will be displayed as shown below. But when
you input USB that the function can not change into SD S state (only the SD is
moving). And you can select the desired menu by pressing the MODE button on the
remote control of monitor.
2. Use the (arrow and ENTER) buttons to select and set desired settings.
00:00
000/003
SD
USB
AV2
11
\
..
..
9
10 1 2
8
3 4
5 6 7
8
HEADPHONE JACK
Headphone output
AV2 Inputs
STOP
When this button is pressed,
playback is stopped.
PIPE
Adjustable steel Pipe
9 SD Inputs
10 USB Inputs
11 REMOTE IR SENSOR
00:00
kbps
Remote Contro
DVD Functions
PBC
Remote Control
[DVD]/[AUDIO]/[MP3]
1
This button does not function in PBC mode.
[VCD]
2
You can turn the PBC (Play Back Control) function on or off by pressing this button.
When PBC is loaded, the PBC function is enabled automatically. This function is
similar to selection of DVD title. Please note that this function does not work with
MP3 dics.
Zoom
[DVD]
OSD
2X
Some DVDs are programmed to allow you to zoom into
the image, magnifying it. Pressing the ZOOM button
does this in steps, according to the chart to the right.
[VCD]/[AUDIO]/[MP3]
CONDITION
ZOOM X 2
ZOOM X 3
4X
1/2
ZOOM X 4
ZOOM X 1 / 2
Use to incease or decrease
volume level.
1/3
ZOOM X 1 / 3
1/4
ZOOM X 1 / 4
RIGHT( )/LEFT( ) ARROWS
(not function in this unit)
Use these buttons(press once)
to skip to the next or last track,
chapter or file on the iPOD in
the player. But if you use these
buttons (press continuous) to
select either fast forward or fast
reverse playback.
Off
GO TO
The GO TO function allows you to begin playback at a specific location on the disc. To
do this, press GO TO and navigate the screen which follows to select this playback
location.
Title
Move to the desired title.
Move to the desired chapter.
Audio
Selects the desired audio output.
Subtitle
Menu
Title
Chapter
Audio
Subtitle
Select the desired subtitle.
Angle
Watch the different view angle.
CH Time
Chapter time.
Repeat
Sets the repeat play.
Time Display
Watch play time.
iPOD
MONITOR
Vol+
Vol-
VOL-/VOL+ (not function in this unit)
AV SELECT
DVD AV1 AV2
Chapter
Total time.
(IPOD) (not function in this unit)
To start playback of iPOD, press
this button. Press again to pause
the playback. If playback is paused,
press this button to resume
playback.
3X
This button does not function in this mode.
TT Time
3
POWER
Turns the DVD Player/Monitor on or off.
MUTE
Press this button to switch off the
audio during playback. Press again
to restore the audio.
Bitrate 31
01 / 02
06 / 61
5.1CH Chinese
OFF
Title Elapsed 0:20:02
MENU (OSD on monitor)
Press this button to open the onscreen menu system to setup and
control various parameters of the
monitor and DVD player.
UP/DOWN
Use to move to the desired menu.
P/N
This button permits you to choose
among Multi, PAL and NTSC.
MODE
Use this button to switch between
three modes
DVD SD USB
MENU (DVD menu)
This button permits you to view the
menu on the DVD.
SUBTITLE
Use this button to select the menu
for choosing a subtitle language.
TITLE (Title menu)
When a DVD is playing, press this
button to view the Title Menu.
DISPLAY
Press to show elapsed or remaining
time of a chapter or a title.
PBC (Video CD only)
Press this button to access the special
Playback Control functions for VCD
2.0 format Video CD S.
NUMERIC button
Use when making a selection on the
menu screen.
Remote Control
DVD Functions
Repeat
RETURN
Press this button to return to the root menu.
SETUP
Press this button to display the Setup
menu. The Setup menu enables you
to enter the settings required for the
unit to work properly.
GO TO
Use to search for a title or a chapter on
your DVD disc.
REPEAT
Press this button to change the playback
mode to repeat.
SKIP FORWARD/BACK
Use these buttons to skip to the next
or last track, chapter or file on the
disc in the player.
A-B (repeat from A to B)
Use this button to select the beginning
and end of a track which you wish to have
repeat in playback.
FAST FORWARD/REVERSE PLAY
Use these buttons to select either fast
forward or fast reverse playback.
VOL-/+ button
Use to incease or decrease volume level.
AUDIO
STOP
Press this button to stop the playback
of the current disc.
[DVD]
[AUDIO]
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows:
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows:
OSD
Chapter
Title
All
OSD
CONDITION
Repeat chapter
Track
Repeat single
Repeat title
All
All
Repeat off
All
Repeat off
[VCD]
[MP3]
The REPEAT button does not function
when a VCD disc is being played.
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows:
Use this button to select one of the
audio soundtracks programmed on a
DVD disc. It is alse used to select the
audio output mode for the DVD
playback.
OSD
ENTER
Press this button to confirm the item
you have found and highlighted using
the arrow buttons. Usually this is done
to confirm a selection or item to be
played on the DVD.
ZOOM
If your DVD disc supports zooming in
to see the program differently, pressing
this button will enable you to change
the amount of zoom.
CONDITION
CONDITION
Repeat One
Single
Repeat Folder
Repeat folder
Folder
Repeat folder one time
Shuffle
All
Random
Random play
Single
Single play
NTSC/PAL
UP/DOWN/RIGHT/LEFT ARROWS
Use thes buttons to navigate the
various menus and screens for the
monitor and DVD systems.
This button is used to select the video standard for the DVD mode between NTSC
and PAL formats.
PLAY/PAUSE
To start playback of a disc, press this
button. Press again to pause the
playback. If playback is paused, press
this button to resume playback.
Angle
Some DVD s are recorded with additional footage which allows you to view a scene
from a different camera angle. If the ANGLE feature is enabled in the Setup Menu
(see page 14) and the disc has this option,an angle mark will be displayed on
the screen. When that occurs, press the ANGLE button to see these alternate viewing
angles.
Power And Mode Selection
DVD Functions
Prev(
How to Swivel The Monitor
)
Yo u c a n a d j u s t t h e s w i v e l a n g l e a s s h o w n b e l o w.
[DVD]/[VCD]
Press this button to advance the player from the current chapter to the previous
chapter.
[AUDIO]/[MP3]
Press this button to move to the previous track.
AV2
SD
Next(
)
USB
Make this arrow to swivel the monitor
[DVD]/[VCD]
Press this button to advance the player from the current chapter to the next chapter.
[AUDIO]/[MP3]
Press this button to move from the current track to the next track .
How to Watch The Monitor
1. Connect the monitor to the external devices.
2. Press the POWER button on either the remote control or the unit once to turn
the power on.
Press the same POWER button to turn the power off.
Repeat(A-B)
[DVD]/[VCD]/[AUDIO]
You can set the player to repeat a segment over and over until you cancel it. To do
this, you mark the beginning of the desired segment (A) and the end of segment (B).
The selected segment will be
repeated automatically until canceled.
OSD
CONDITION
A
A
Start point of repeat
B
Ending point repeat function
UNIT
REMOTE CONTROLLER
3. Turn on the external devices and view.
Power and Mode Selection
Selecting an AV mode
1. Turn the power ON on the unit and on the external devices.
2. Select the DVD, AV1 or AV2 mode by pressing the AV Select button on
the unit or on the remote control.
DVD Functions
Fast Reverse Searching( )
[DVD]
[AUDIO]
Pressing FR button repeatedly changes
the play mode as follow:
Pressing FR button repeatedly
changes the play mode as follow:
OSD
FR 2X
3. Play the external device.
CONDITION
2X rewind search
FR 4X
4X rewind search
FR 8X
8X rewind search
FR 16X
16X rewind search
FR 32X
32X rewind search
PLAY
Play
OSD
CONDITION
FR 2X
2X rewind search
FR 4X
4X rewind search
FR 8X
8X rewind search
FR 16X
16X rewind search
FR 32X
32X rewind search
PLAY
Play
[MP3]
Pressing FR button repeatedly
changes the play mode as follows:
OSD
CONDITION
FR 2X
2X rewind search
FR 4X
4X rewind search
FR 8X
8X rewind search
FR 16X
16X rewind search
FR 32X
32X rewind search
PLAY
Play
Fast Forward Searching( )
[DVD]
[AUDIO]/[VCD]
Pressing FF button repeatedly changes
the play mode as follow:
Pressing FF button repeatedly
changes the play mode as follow:
OSD
CONDITION
FF 2X
2X forward search
FF 4X
4X forward search
FF 8X
8X forward search
FF 16X
16X forward search
FF 32X
32X forward search
PLAY
Play
OSD
CONDITION
FF 2X
2X forward search
FF 4X
4X forward search
FF 8X
8X forward search
FF 16X
16X forward search
FF 32X
32X forward search
PLAY
Play
[MP3]
Pressing FF button repeatedly
changes the play mode as follows:
OSD
CONDITION
FF 2X
2X forward search
FF 4X
4X forward search
FF 8X
8X forward search
FF 16X
16X forward search
FF 32X
32X forward search
PLAY
Play
Picture Control
DVD Functions
Subtitle(SUB-T)
Contrast/Brightness/Color/FM
[DVD]
To adjust CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR or FM press the MENU button until
you arrive at the screen for that item. Use the arrow buttons to adjust the value.
Press the MENU button to make another adjustment or leave the MENU system.
This button is used to select the language for the on-screen display system.
(This title menu may vary, depending on the particular DVD.)
1. Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing the MENU button on the unit
or the remote control.
2. Press the MENU button on the unit or the remote control of monitor until you see
the item you wish to adjust.
3. Use the arrow buttons to adjust the value.
Title
4. Press the MENU button to make another adjustment or leave the MENU system.
[DVD]
CONTRAST
Used to display the title menu of the loaded DVD disc.
This function is only present on discs which support it.
50
BRIGHTNESS
50
Slow( )
[DVD]/[VCD]
Use this button to play a disc in slow-forward or
slow-reverse. Slow playback can be done at five
different speeds. Pressing this button repeatedly
decreases the speed in steps. Pressing a sixth
time returns playback to the normal speed.
OSD
CONDITION
1/2
2X slow forward
1/4
4X slow forward
1/8
8X slow forward
1 / 16
16X slow forward
1 / 32
32X slow forward
1/2
2X slow rewind
1/4
4X slow rewind
1/8
8X slow rewind
1 / 16
16X slow rewind
1 / 32
32X slow rewind
Play
Play
COLOR
50
FM
87.7
(FM function added 87.7 87.9 88.1 88.3 88.5
88.7 88.9 89.1MHz)
DVD Setup
DVD Functions
Setup Menu-Main Page
When the SETUP button is pressed, the setup menu will be displayed as shown
below. Select the menu category and make changes according to your preferences.
1. Press the STOP button if the disc is playing.
2. Press the SETUP button to display setup menu.
General Setup Page
Display
[DVD]
[AUDIO]
Pressing the DISPLAY button on the
remote control changes the play mode as
follows:
Pressing the display button displays
information about the current CD on the
screen as follows:
OSD
PS
On
ENG
On
OSD
CONDITION
Display the single elapsed
Title Elapsed
Display the Title Elapsed
Single Elapsed
Title Remain
Display the Title Remain
Single Remain
Display the single remain
Chapter Elapsed
Display the Chapter Elapsed
Total Elapsed
Display the total elapsed
Chapter Remain
Display the Chapter Remaining
Total Remain
Display the total remaining
Display Off
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Screen Saver
CONDITION
No sign
[VCD]
[MP3]
Whenever press the button,title chapter
will be displayed as follows:
Your DVD player will display the counter
automatically when you play the MP3 disc.
OSD
CONDITION
Single Elapsed
Display time
Single Remain
Left display time
Display Off
No sign
Go To General Setup Page
3. Use the (arrow and ENTER) buttons to select and set desired settings.
Number Buttons
[DVD]
4. Press the SETUP button again to turn off the setup menu.
The 0 through 9 number buttons are used to enter the number of the track, the number
of the DVD chapter, the time, the date, etc.
[AUDIO]
Select a track by pressing the
corresponding number button.
[DVD]
You can select a track in the folder by
pressing the corresponding number button.
OSD
Select Track:__
OSD
__:__
CONDITION
Select track no
CONDITION
Select track no
DVD Setup
DVD Functions
Stop(
General Setup
)
1. TV Aspect Ratio
[DVD]/[AUDIO]
In DVD mode, Press STOP to stop playback.
To resume playback, press PLAY/PAUSE. If
you press STOP and then PLAY/PAUSE twice,
the player will begin playback at the first
scene of the movie.
OSD
1 Time Press Play Key To Continue
2 Time
[MP3]
In MP3 mode, Pressing STOP will stop the
audio playback. Press PLAY/PAUSE to begin
playback of the first title on the disc.
Stop
Disc Stop
OSD
1 Time
CONDITION
CONDITION
Stop
Stop
Arrows( / / / )
In the Setup function called TV Display, you set the player to output the video signal at the
same aspect ratio as your monitor. If the monitor is widescreen format, select WIDE.
If it is as normal screen (4:3), choose NORMAL/PS (Pan and Scan) or NORMAL L/B
(Letterbox).
Normal / PS 4:3 PAN SCAN
Choose this setting if you want the movie to fill the entire screen.
(This might mean that the left and right edges won t be seen)
Normal / LB 4:3
Choose this setting if you want to see the movie in its original aspect ratio.
(The movie might appear with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.)
Wide 16:9 WIDE SCREEN
Choose this setting if your DVD Player is connected to a widescreen TV.
(This opition is available only if the disc has a 16:9 display aspect ratio.)
[DVD]
In addition to navigating the various menus, you can use the arrow buttons to define the area
of the screen you want to enlarge in ZOOM mode.
General Setup Page
[MP3]
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Screen Saver
After pressing STOP button, select the desired folder and set the condition by pressing
ENTER button.
PS
On
ENG
On
Normal/PS
Normal/LB
Wide
2. Angle Viewing
Setup
Pressing the SETUP button opens the Setup Menu, where you can make and adjust DVD
settings to suit your equipment and preferences.
Some DVD discs contain programming which allows you
to view a scene from a few different camera angles. You
can tell when a scene is so recorded when an Angle Mark
is displayed on the screen. This mark will only appear if you
have enabled the Angle Mark feature
in the DVD Setup menu.
Menu
On: When selected, the screen will be shown with
angle mark.
[DVD]
Off: When selected, no angle mark is shown on
the screen.
Pressing the SETUP brings up the DVD disc menu. The content of this menu varies,
depending on the programming of the disc.
3. OSD Language
Use this option to set the OSD language.
When selected, change to set the on-screen display
language.
Set TV Display Mode
General Setup Page
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Screen Saver
PS
On
ENG
On
On
Off
Set Angle Mark
General Setup Page
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Screen Saver
PS
On
ENG
On
Set OSD Language
English
Korean
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Portuguese
Dutch
DVD Setup
DVD Functions
Eject
4. Screen Saver
The screen saver is useful to prevent your display
from becoming damaged. The screen saver picture
appears when you leave the DVD player in stop mode
for about two minutes.
General Setup Page
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Screen Saver
Screen Saver
PS
On
ENG
On
On
Off
When this button is pressed, the disc is ejected. When this button is pressed for more
than 3 seconds, the disc is unconditionally ejected. Use this function if you encounter
difficultly ejecting a disc.
Vol+/VolUse these buttons to adjust the audio output level of the speaker from 0 to 20.
Mute
Press MUTE to turn off the audio part of the
currently playing program. Press it again to
return the audio volume to the level at which
you were last listening.
Audio Setup
Play or Pause(
OSD
CONDITION
Mute
Mute
Mute off
Mute off
OSD
CONDITION
)
Whenever this button is pressed, the mode
switches from pause to play or play to pause.
Play Disc
Pause
Audio Setup Page
Speaker Setup
SPDIF Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel Delay
Equalizer
3D Processing
Audio
[DVD]
Change the audio output format.
(A vailable only if the disc supports available audio
type.)
[VCD]/[AUDIO]
Changes the audio output format.
(Available only of the disc supports available audio
type.)
[MP3]
Go To Speaker Setup Page
An invalid button press.
OSD
CONDITION
1 / 2 : Ac3 2CH English
2 Channel
2 / 2 : Ac3 5.1CH English
5.1 Channel
OSD
CONDITION
Stereo
Stereo
Mono Left
Mono Left
Mono Right
Mono Right
Mix Mono
Mix Mono
DVD Setup
DVD Setup
Password Setup
Show below are two examples of Audio Setups.
1. Password Mode
Password Setup, which is required for using the Parental Controls settings,
is divided into two modules: Turning on the Password function, and setting
a Password. The first step is to turn it on in the Password Mode setting.
Audio Setup Page
Password Setup Page
Password Mode On
Password
1. Dolby Digital Setup
On
Off
Password Mode
2. Password Change
In the Password setup, you must first enter the current 6-digit passcode, and
then you have the opportunity to change it. The factory default passcode is 136900 .
Once you have changed and confirmed the password, press the ENTER button.
Dolby Digital Setup
Speaker Setup
SPDIF Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel Delay
Equalizer
3D Processing
Dual Mono
Dynamic
Go To Dolby Digital Setup
Dual Mono (1 + 1) Setup
Dual Mono
Dynamic
Use this function to change the setting
from the factory.
Dolby Digital Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
STR
Password Setup Page
On
Change
Stereo
L-Mono
R-Mono
Mix-Mono
Dual Mono
Dynamic
STR
FULL
3/4
1/2
Old Password
1/4
New Password
Confirm PWD
OFF
OK
Change Password
Stereo
L-Mono
R-Mono
Mix-Mono
Use this function to set the input audio
signal to match your speaker setup.
Dual Mono
Dynamic
Password Mode On
Password
STR
Please Enter Old Password
Set Stereo Setup
Set DRC Off
2. Equalizer Settings
Audio Setup Page
Equalizer Page
Speaker Setup
Spdif Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel Delay
Equalizer
3D Processing
EQ Type
Bass Boost
Super Bass
Treble Boost
Go To Equalizer Page
Select Equalizer Type
None
Off
Off
Off
None
Rock
Pop
Live
Dance
Techno
Classic
Soft
DVD Setup
DVD Setup
EQ Equalizer Type
Use the Disc Menu option to select the display
language for a DVD s disc menu display language.
(not the same as the players menu)
5. Disc Menu
In this menu you can choose the desired preset
equalizer mode.
(Choose from Rock, Pop, Live, Dance, Techno,
Classic or Soft)
Equalizer Page
EQ Type
Bass Boost
Super Bass
Treble Boost
None
Off
Off
Off
None
Rock
Pop
Live
Dance
Techno
Classic
Soft
Select Equalizer Type
1. Press the SETUP button during stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to Disc Menu.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the / buttons to select Disc Menu.
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
ENG
English
French
Spanish
Chinese
Japanese
Korean
Russian
Thai
Preferred Menu Language
6. Parental
Bass Boost
The Bass Boost function increases the volume
level of the bass frequencies.
Equalizer Page
EQ Type
Bass Boost
Super Bass
Treble Boost
None
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
1. Press the SETUP button when stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to Parental.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the /
buttons to select desired
parental level.
Boss Boost
Super Bass
Super Bass Boost further increases the volume
level of the bass frequencies.
7. Default
Equalizer Page
EQ Type
Bass Boost
Super Bass
Treble Boost
The Parental Control settings limit the player to only play content at or below a certain
movie rating. The ratings systems in different countries vary. In the USA, the Motion
Picture Association of America(MPAA) rates movies as G, PG, PG-13, etc.
In this menu item, you can set what is the highest level of rating you wish to allow the
unit to play.
None
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
ENG
1 KID SAF
2G
3 PG
4 PG 13
5 PGR
6R
7 NC17
8 ADULT
Set Parental Control
If you select RESET when in the DEFAULT settings
mode, all the settings of the Setup Menu will be
returned to the factory defaut settings, except for
Parental Level, Region and Password values.
Preference Page
1. Press the SETUP button when stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to Default.
4. Press the ENTER button to select Reset.
Super Bass
Treble Boost
Treble Boost increases the volume level of the upper
frequencies.
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Equalizer Page
EQ Type
Bass Boost
Super Bass
Treble Boost
Treble Boost
None
Off
Off
Off
Load Factory Setting
On
Off
Ntsc
On
ENG
ENG
Reset
DVD Setup
DVD Setup
Preference
Video Setup
1. TV Type
Choose the proper TV format appropriate to the
monitor you have connected to the player from
the following: NTSC, PAL or Multi type.
1. Press the SETUP button during stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to TV Type.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the / buttons to select TV Type.
Picture Quality
In the Video Setup, you can make adjustments to various elements of the picture quality.
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
PAL
Multi
NTSC
Video Setup Page
ENG
Component
Quality
Divx VOD
Video Quality Setup
YUV
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
Set TV Standard
2. PBC (Play Back Control)
This feature is only available when a SVCD disc
is loaded. It allows you to disable or enable the
PBC (Play Back Control) menu of VCD discs.
1. Press the SETUP button during stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to PBC.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the / buttons to select TV TypeOn/Off.
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
Go TO Video Quality Setup Page
1. Press the SETUP button during stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to Audio.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the / buttons to select desired
audio language.
High
Medium
Low
Color
On
Off
Sharpness can be adjusted by highlighting it in the menu and then using the
UP/DOWN arrow buttons to increase or decrease the sharpness.
ENG
Set PBC State
Video Quality Setup
3. Audio
Use the audio language menu to select the subtitle
language that you prefer. If the disc you are playing
has that language available, it will display subtitles
in that language.
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
ENG
English
French
Spanish
Chinese
Japanese
Korean
Russian
Thai
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
High
Medium
Low
Color
Brightness
Preferred Audio Language
Use this option to adjust the display brightness. When you reach desired
brightness level, use the / buttons and press the ENTER button.
4. Subtitle
In the Subtitle menu, you can select a subtitle
language. Please note that subtitle will only
appear in this language if the disc programming
has included it.
1. Press the SETUP button during stop mode.
2. Press the / buttons to move to Preference.
3. Press the / buttons to move to Subtitle.
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Press the / buttons to select desired
subtitle.
Video Quality Setup
Preference Page
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Parental
Default
Ntsc
On
ENG
ENG
French
Spanish
Chinese
Japanese
Korean
Russian
Thai
Others
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
Brightness
Preferred Subtitle Language
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
Brightness
Brightness
0
DVD Setup
DVD Setup
Contrast
Saturation
Use this option to adjust the contrast level.
Use the / buttons and press the ENTER button, when you reach the
desired contrast level. The contrast control increases or decreases the ratio of
bright and dark screen sections.
Select screen saturation level using the direction
ENTER button.
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
Contrast
0
buttons and press the
Video Quality Setup
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
Video Quality Setup
/
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
Saturation
Saturation
0
Saturation
Luma Delay
Contrast
Select the Luma Delay menu and select the preferred video image quality.
Contrast
Gamma
Video Quality Setup
In some systems, you might experience a loss in the strength of the dark sections of
the displayed picture. This can be helped by changing the Gamma setting, which
boosts the dark level but leaves the other levels unchanged.
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
0T
1T
Luma Delay
Video Quality Setup
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
High
Medium
Low
None
Gamma
Hue
Select screen hue level using the direction
/
buttons and press the ENTER button.
Video Quality Setup
Color
Brightness
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Saturation
Luma Delay
MID
00
00
None
00
00
1T
Hue
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