Pioneer DV-333 User Manual

Pioneer DV-333 User Manual
DVD PLAYER
DV-333
Operating Instructions
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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PURCHASE OF
THIS FINE PIONEER PRODUCT.
Pioneer is on the leading edge of DVD research for
consumer products and this unit incorporates the latest
technological developments.
We are sure you will be fully satisfied with the DVD
player.
CAUTION
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
• The use of optical instruments with this product
will increase eye hazard.
Thank you for your support.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
[For U.S. model]
The serial number for this equipment is located on the
rear panel. Please write this serial number on your
enclosed warranty card and keep it in a secure area. This
is for your security.
CAUTION: This product satisfies FCC regulations when
shielded cables and connectors are used to connect
the unit to other equipment. To prevent
electromagnetic interference with electric appliances
such as radios and televisions, use shielded cables
and connectors for connections.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Information to User
Alteration or modifications carried out without
appropriate authorization may invalidate the user's
right to operate the equipment.
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[For Canadian model]
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
[Pour le modèle Canadien]
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme à
la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
THE STANDBY/ON SWITCH IS SECONDARY
CONNECTED AND THEREFORE DOES NOT
SEPARATE THE UNIT FROM MAINS POWER IN THE
STANDBY POSITION.
[For Canadian model]
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE
BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT
BLADE EXPOSURE.
ATTENTION: POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS
ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE
POLARISEE AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE
DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT,
SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A
FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A
DECOUVERT.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims of
certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other
rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you
have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
• This player is not suitable for commercial use.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ INSTRUCTIONS — All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before
the product is operated.
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS — The safety and
operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
HEED WARNINGS — All warnings on the product
and in the operating instructions should be
adhered to.
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS — All operating and
use instructions should be followed.
CLEANING — Unplug this product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. The product should be
cleaned only with a polishing cloth or a soft dry
cloth. Never clean with furniture wax, benzine,
insecticides or other volatile liquids since they
may corrode the cabinet.
ATTACHMENTS — Do not use attachments not
recommended by the product manufacturer
as they may cause hazards.
WATER AND MOISTURE — Do not use this
product near water — for example, near a
bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming
pool; and the like.
ACCESSORIES — Do not place this product on
an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious
injury to a child or adult, and serious damage
to the product. Use only with a cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the
manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any
mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
CART — A product and cart combination should
be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
product and cart combination to overturn.
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.
POWER SOURCES — This product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your product dealer or local
power company.
LOCATION – The appliance should be installed in
a stable location.
NONUSE PERIODS – The power cord of the
appliance should be unplugged from the outlet
when left unused for a long period of time.
GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION
• If this product is equipped with a polarized
alternating current line plug (a plug having one
blade wider than the other), it will fit into the
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.
• If this product is equipped with a three-wire
grounding type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin, it will only fit into a grounding
type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If
you are unable to insert the plug into the
outlet, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the grounding type plug.
POWER-CORD PROTECTION — Power-supply
cords should be routed so that they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING — If an
outside antenna or cable system is connected
to the product, be sure the antenna or cable
system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Article 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of
the mast and supporting structure, grounding
of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge
unit, size of grounding conductors, location of
antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode. See Figure A.
LIGHTNING — For added protection for this
product during a lightning storm, or when it is
left unattended and unused for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This
will prevent damage to the product due to
lightning and power-line surges.
POWER LINES — An outside antenna system
should not be located in the vicinity of overhead
power lines or other electric light or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power
lines or circuits. When installing an outside
antenna system, extreme care should be taken
to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
OVERLOADING — Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY — Never push
objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage
points or short-out parts that could result in a
fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the product.
SERVICING — Do not attempt to service this
product yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE — Unplug this
product from the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
• When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the product.
• If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
• If the product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product
to its normal operation.
• If the product has been dropped or damaged
in any way.
• When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance — this indicates a need for
service.
REPLACEMENT PARTS — When replacement
parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the
same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
SAFETY CHECK — Upon completion of any
service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING — The product
should not be mounted to a wall or ceiling.
HEAT — The product should be situated away
from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
GROUND
CLAMP
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
Fig. A
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC — NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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Features of This Player
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We
Want You
LISTENING
For A Lifetime
Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you’ve just
purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now
it’s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and
excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and
the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics
Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by
playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through
loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion-and,
most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing.
Compatible with DVD, Video CD
and CD formats
DVD, Video CD and CD discs that display the logos
shown below can be played back on PIONEER DVD
players. For more information on discs compatible with
this player, refer to the table below.
Types of playable
discs and their marks
Diameter/
Playable sides
DVD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “comfort
level” adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds
“normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing.
Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level
BEFORE your hearing adapts.
VIDEO CD
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We
Want You
LISTENING
For A Lifetime
1 layer
2 layer
VIDEO CD
VIDEO CD single
8 cm (3 in.)/
single-sided
CD
41 min.
75 min.
82 min.
150 min.
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 1)
Max. 74
minutes
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 1)
Max. 20
minutes
CD
Digital audio
12 cm (5 in.)/
single-sided
Max. 74
minutes
CD single
Digital audio
8 cm (3 in.)/
single-sided
Max. 20
minutes
*
*
The disc format logos shown above are found on disc
labels or on disc jackets.
• To prevent malfunction, do not use an 8 cm (3 in.)
adaptor (for CDs).
• Discs other than the ones indicated above cannot be
played on this unit.
• DVDs that have incompatible region numbers, DVDAudio, DVD-ROM, and CD-ROM cannot be played on
this unit. The region number of the player can be
found on the rear panel.
*
NI C I ND
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 2)
12 cm (5 in.)/
single-sided
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a
lifetime of fun and enjoyment. Since hearing damage from
loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this
manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s
Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged
exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is
included for your protection.
Decibel
Level Example
30
Quiet library, soft whispers
40
Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic
50
Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office
60
Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine
70
Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant
80
Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock
at two feet.
O
266 min.
484 min.
8 cm (3 in.)/
1 layer
double-sided 2 layer
We Want You Listening For A
Lifetime
Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation.
12 cm (5in.)/ 1 layer
double-sided 2 layer
8 cm (3 in.)/
single-sided
Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing
damage or loss in the future. After all, we want you listening
for a lifetime.
Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower
Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill
Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap
Gunshot blast, jet plane
Rocket launching pad
133 min.
242 min.
DVD VIDEO
Once you have established a comfortable sound level:
• Set the dial and leave it there.
90
100
120
140
180
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 2)
1 layer
2 layer
12 cm (5in.)/
single-sided
To establish a safe level:
• Start your volume control at a low setting.
• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably
and clearly, and without distortion.
THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE
DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE
Playback time
Playing recordable CDs
• Note that this unit cannot record onto recordable discs.
• This unit can play music-use CD-R and CD-RW discs.
However, depending on the condition of the player and the
disc, you may find that not all discs will play successfully.
(For example, if the disc is scratched or dirty, or if the
player’s pickup lens is dirty.)
Compatible with a wide range of
DVD digital audio output formats
Wide range of DVD viewing options
Multi-Angle (page 30)
You can view scenes from different camera angles when
watching movies or other media with multiple angle
playback available.
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DVDs are recorded in one of four types of digital audio
formats (as of October 1998). The digital audio output
jacks of this player output Dolby Digital*, DTS**, MPEG,
and linear PCM digital bitstreams.
ANGLE
ANGLE
: 2/4
: 3/4
This player has a function that converts Dolby Digital and
MPEG audio formats into the linear PCM format. This
allows playback of DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital and
MPEG without the need for a decoder.
Multiple Languages (page 32)
Easy setup and adjustment using
on-screen menus
Press SETUP on the remote control to open the Setup
screen and you’ll find setting up and adjusting the
system easy to do with on-screen menus conveniently
organized and arranged. Additionally, on-screen
information ( i )❖ appears to clarify the functions and
explain the options available. Below are just a few
examples.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
Setup Navigator Start
Auto Start Off
Move
ENTER
Answer a few questions and
have all the necessary audio,
video, and on-screen
language adjustments set
automatically by the player
using the Setup Navigator
(page 17).
Audio
:1
English
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
Audio
:2
Spanish
O
HELL
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
HOLA
Multi-Language Subtitles (page 33)
You can select a subtitle language or turn subtitles off
when watching movies or other media with subtitles
available.
Subtitle
:1 English
Subtitle
:2 Spanish
Select SETUP Exit
Select the type of TV screen
you are using and the
preferred screen format
you’d like to use when
watching DVDs in the Video
menu (page 28).
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen 4:3(Letter Box)
Picture Quality - 4:3(Pan&Scan)
16:9(Wide)
HELLO!
HOLA!
This mark indicates this may not be possible with certain discs.
Select your display preference
Move
❖
You can select the language on when watching movies
or other media that have multiple language and/or audio
soundtracks recorded on them.
SETUP
Exit
The on-screen information ( i ) only appears if you
choose [English] as the [OSD Language] (page 18,
31).
Energy-saving design
This unit is designed to use less than 1 W of energy
when this player is in standby mode.
While using the Setup Navigator, no on-screen
information ( i ) is displayed.
*
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works, © 1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
** “DTS” and “DTS Digital” are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
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Differences in Disc
Composition
How to Proceed in This
Manual
DVD
DVDs are divided into units referred to as titles, and
titles are divided into chapters. A DVD which contains a
movie may have only one title with many or no chapter
divisions. Karaoke DVDs may have many titles, assigning
a title to each song on the disc. Menu screens do not
belong to any title.
DVD player functions generally apply to titles on a disc or
chapters within a selected title. The player functions
available may also vary from title to title, depending on
the disc. When discs have a unique title division, it
should be noted that search and program functions may
be affected.
Chapter 1
Title 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2
DVD is an incredible format that presents the highest
quality digital audio and video available today. The
amount of information that can be recorded onto a DVD
disc is remarkable, allowing it to offer numerous
functions and features available with no other format.
Because using the DVD player and DVDs may be
confusing at first, following the order below should help
you get through the important stages of getting set up
so you can start using your player as soon as possible.
Get familiar with the player.
Refer to the section “Before Using” on page 8 to
confirm that all the accessories were included with the
player. If you are new to DVD, it might be beneficial for
you to go through the “Names and Functions” section
starting on page 9 to get familiar with the parts and
buttons on the main unit and remote control as they will
be referred to throughout this manual.
There is also a list of terms that can be found on page 54
if you are having trouble understanding some of the
terminology associated with DVD.
Make the necessary connections.
DVD
Video CD/CD
Video CDs and CDs are divided into units referred to as
tracks (Video CD tracks may also be referred to as
scenes). One song generally corresponds to one track.
Some tracks are further divided into units referred to as
indexes. Video CDs with PBC (Playback Control) also
contain menus recorded on the disc which enable easy
access to the contents of the disc.
When played back on a DVD player, both Video CDs and
CDs are considered to be a single title, regardless of the
number of tracks.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Video CD
Track 1
Track 2
No entertainment system seems to be set up exactly
the same way. The “Making Connections” section
starting on page 14 shows how video and audio
connections may be made to suit your home
entertainment system.
Set up the necessary player
menus.
Before you can begin to enjoy the benefits of the DVD
format, it is first necessary to set up the player to output
the video and audio information that corresponds to your
system. The section “Setting Up the Player” starting
on page 17 explains how to use the Setup Navigator, a
function that automatically sets up the player
corresponding to the answers given in a multiple-choice
on-screen procedure. The Setup screen menus,
described in the section starting on page 24, are also
used in a number of other functions. Learning the
procedure for operating these menus will make using
this player much easier and more enjoyable.
Play a disc.
Track 3
CD
Track 4
Track 5
When all the connections and setups have been made,
you are ready to play a DVD, Video CD, or CD with the
player. The section “Getting Started Using Your DVD
Player” starting on page 20 outlines the basic player
operations.
Enjoy the many features available.
Once you are comfortable using the basic player
functions, you are ready to take advantage of the various
options DVD and this player have to offer. The section
“Advanced Functions” starting on page 36 describes
how to use the features available on many DVDs.
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Table of contents
Before Using ........................................ 8
Setting the Language Options ......... 31
Checking Accessories ..................................... 8
Preparing the Remote Control ......................... 8
Front Panel ...................................................... 9
Display Window ............................................. 10
Rear Panel ..................................................... 11
Remote Control ............................................. 12
Setting the on-screen display
(OSD) language ........................................ 31
Setting Language and Subtitle Preferences in
the Setup Screen Menus ......................... 31
Changing the Audio Language
(Multi-Language Function) ....................... 32
Selecting a Subtitle Language
(Multi-Language Subtitles) ....................... 33
Making Connections ......................... 14
Advanced Functions ......................... 36
Connecting Your DVD Player ......................... 14
Audio Connections ........................................ 15
Video Connections ......................................... 16
System Control Connections ......................... 16
Setting the Parental Lock Level ..................... 36
Changing the Background Color
of the Screen ........................................... 37
Still Frame/Slow Play/
Frame Advance Playback ......................... 38
Searching for a Title, Chapter, Track,
or Location on a Disc ............................... 39
Repeat Play .................................................... 40
Random Play .................................................. 41
Playback in a Desired Order
(Program Play) .......................................... 42
Continuing Playback from a
Specified Location (Last Memory) ........... 45
Memorizing Settings for Often
Viewed DVDs (Condition Memory) .......... 46
Viewing Disc Information .............................. 47
Resetting the Player to System Settings ....... 48
Names and Functions ......................... 9
Setting Up the Player ....................... 17
Using the Setup Navigator ............................. 17
Getting Started Using Your DVD
Player .................................................. 20
Playing DVDs, Video CDs and CDs ................ 20
Chapter (Track) Skip Forward/Skip Back ........ 22
Forward and Reverse Scanning ..................... 22
Resuming playback from where
you stopped ............................................. 23
Stopping Playback and Switching
Power Off ................................................ 23
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
............................................................ 24
Using the Setup Screen Menus .................... 24
Changing to the Setup Screen “Expert” Menu
Mode ........................................................ 25
Setting the Digital Audio Output To Be
Compatible with Your AV Component ...... 26
Adjusting the Dynamic Range of the Audio
Soundtrack ............................................... 27
Setting the TV Screen Size ............................ 28
Selecting Picture Quality Appropriate for
Program Content ...................................... 29
Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle
(Multi-Angle) ............................................. 30
Additional Information ..................... 49
Disc Care ....................................................... 49
For Proper and Long Use of This Unit ........... 50
Language Code List ....................................... 51
Troubleshooting ............................................. 52
Terms ............................................................. 54
Specifications ................................................ 55
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Before Using
Preparing the Remote Control
Inserting batteries into the remote
control
1
While pushing the tab on the battery
compartment cover
toward the center of
the remote, pull out
in the direction
indicated by the
arrow.
2
Insert batteries.
Checking Accessories
Please confirm that the following were received with the
player.
Audio cord
Make sure to match the
plus (+) and minus
(–) polarity guides on the
batteries with the marks
inside the battery
compartment.
Video cord
3
Power cord
Close the cover.
Remote control unit
ANGLE
CONDITION
MEMORY
REPEAT
5
LAST
MEMORY
5
AA/R6P batteries
OPEN/
CLOSE
SUB TITLE
RETURN
NEXT
¶
¢
¶
CLEAR
3
3
0
+10
PAUSE 8
6
Î
9
REPEAT
A-B
AUDIO
Notes
TOP MENU
MENU
5
ENTER
SETUP
DISPLAY
¶
∞
¶
PLAY 3
2
2
¶
4
PREV
1
STOP 7
5
¶
8
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
4
7
RANDOM
5
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• When replacing batteries, use all new batteries.
• When not using the remote control for a long period of time
(over 1 month), remove the batteries to avoid possible
damage from battery corrosion. If battery leakage occurs,
wipe the battery liquid from the battery component, then
insert new batteries.
Remote control operation
Operating instructions (this manual)
When operating the remote control, point it at the
remote sensor (Î) located on the player’s front panel.
The remote control can be used up to 23 feet (7 m) from
the player and within a 30° angle on each side of the
sensor.
30
30
7m (23ft.)
Notes
• Exposing the remote sensor to direct sunlight or strong light
may cause faulty operation.
• If the CONTROL IN jack on the player’s rear panel is
connected to the CONTROL OUT jack of another component,
point the remote control at the other component to operate the
player. Operation will not be possible when pointed at this
player (page 16).
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Front Panel
1
2
4 5
3
6
BEFORE USING/NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Names and
Functions
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
ÎA
9
0
1
STANDBY/ON switch
6
Press to switch the player on or to put in standby
(pages 20, 23).
2
7
Disc tray
0 (open/close) button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables
playback to resume from a point shortly before the
location where it stopped. Pressing twice causes the
disc to return to the beginning of the disc if playback
starts again (page 23).
5
8 (pause) button
4 1 (reverse) button
Press to go back to previous chapters/tracks. Press
and hold to perform reverse playback scanning
(pages 22).
Press to open and close the disc tray (pages 20, 23).
7 (stop) button
¡ ¢ (forward) button
Press to advance to chapters/tracks. Press and hold
to perform fast-forward scanning (page 22).
8
4
3 (play) button
Press to start or resume playback (pages 20, 23).
When loading a disc, place discs in the disc tray with
the label side facing up (pages 20, 23).
3
87 9
Remote sensor
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor
to operate the player (page 8).
0
Display window
Displays system information (page 10).
Press during playback to pause. Press again to
resume playback (page 38).
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Display Window
1
2
3
4
6 7 8
5
CONDITION
TOTAL
TITLE
TRK
REMAIN
CHP
@
VCD indicator
DVD indicator
9
indicator
Indicates Multi-Angle playback is in progress (page
30).
4
0
-
TOTAL indicator
indicator
Indicates that the Repeat function is on and that the
current title, chapter, or track is being repeated (page
40).
=
DOLBY DIGITAL indicator
Indicates Dolby Digital audio playback.
~
GUI indicator
REMAIN indicator
Indicates that the remaining playback time of a title
or chapter/track is being displayed.
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LAST MEMO indicator
Indicates the Last Memory location is recorded in
memory for the currently loaded DVD or Video CD
(page 45).
CHP indicator
!
Counter display
Displays the playback mode, type of disc, title and
chapter/track numbers, playback time, etc.
Indicates an on-screen menu operation is being
performed (page 17).
8
CONDITION indicator
Indicates that the disc in the player is stopped and
DISPLAY has been pressed (page 48).
Indicates a chapter number is being displayed.
7
LAST
MEMO
TRK indicator
Indicates a track number is being displayed.
6
DOLBY
DIGITAL
TITLE indicator
Indicates a title number is being displayed.
5
~
Indicates that Condition Memory settings are
memorized for the currently loaded DVD (page 46).
Lights when a DVD is loaded.
3
=
!
VCD lights when a Video CD is loaded. CD lights
when an audio CD is loaded.
2
0 -
GUI
DVD
VCD
1
9
@
83 indicator
3 light when any disc is playing. When a disc is
paused, 8 lights.
Rear Panel
1
2 34
Y
PB
6
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
CONTROL
IN
L
R
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
9 8 7
1
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
If your TV or monitor has component video inputs,
you can produce a higher quality picture on your TV
or monitor by connecting to the component video
outputs on this unit. When using these jacks, be
sure to set VIDEO OUT SELECT to the right position
(page 16).
2
4
DIGITAL OUT jack (optical (OPT.))
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on
discs. You can output the digital signal via either
optical output jack to an AV amplifier or receiver
(page 15).
5
7
S-VIDEO OUT jack
If your TV or monitor has an S-video input, clear
picture reproduction is possible by connecting the
player to your TV or monitor via the S-Video jack.
When using this output, be sure to set VIDEO OUT
SELECT to the left position (page 16).
8
VIDEO OUT jack
Connect to the video input on a TV or monitor or AV
amplifier or receiver with video input capability.
When using this output, be sure to set VIDEO OUT
SELECT to the left position (pages 14, 16).
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch
Use to set which output is used to output the video
signals. Select either video/S-video or component
video signal output depending on the connections
you make (page 16).
AC IN power cord connection terminal
Use to connect the power cord to the wall outlet
(page 14).
DIGITAL OUT jack (coaxial)
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on
discs. You can output the digital signal via either
coaxial output jack to an AV amplifier or receiver
(page 15).
3
6
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
5
9
AUDIO OUT jacks
Use to output two-channel audio (analog) to the
audio stereo inputs on a TV or stereo amplifier. If you
are connecting to a receiver that has both digital and
analog input jacks for DVD player connection, it may
be beneficial to make both connections (pages 14,
15).
CONTROL IN jack
Use to connect this player to another component
bearing the Pioneer Î mark. This lets you control
this unit as though it were a component in a system.
Player operations are then performed by pointing the
remote control at the component that the player is
connect to (page 16).
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(Buttons indicated with * are used for menu operation.)
Remote Control
1
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
=
~
&
*
(
2
(standby/on) button
Press to switch the player on or to put in standby
(pages 20, 23).
ENTER
3
2
5
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV
FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
)
_
+
3
AUDIO button
Press repeatedly to select one of the audio
languages and/or audio formats programmed on a
DVD (page 32).
For Video CD and CD, each press changes the audio
output as follows.
¡
™
= Stereo = 1/L (Left) = 2/R (Right)
¶
7
!
@
¶
5
¶
5
-
RETURN
DISPLAY
$
%
^
5
8
9
0
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
You can resume DVD or Video CD playback from the
point you last watched even if the disc is removed
from the player. Press LAST MEMORY during
playback to set a Last Memory point. When you
want to resume playback of that disc, press LAST
MEMORY in the stop mode and playback starts
from the memorized point. Last Memory locations
can be stored for up to 5 DVDs and 1 Video CD (page
45).
#
1
LAST MEMORY button
RANDOM
8
4
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
SUBTITLE button
Press repeatedly to select one of the subtitle
languages programmed on a DVD or to turn the
subtitles off (page 33).
Î
£
5
SETUP button*
Press when the player is in either play or stop mode
to open and close the Setup screen (page 17).
6
MENU button*
Use to display or close the DVD menu screen (page
21).
7
DISPLAY button
Press during playback to display statistical disc
information. Press repeatedly to display different
information (page 47).
8
Cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞)*
Use to move through the options on menu screens
and to change settings.
9
ENTER button*
Use to implement settings selected with the cursor
buttons or to set items highlighted in a menu.
0
PREV 4 (previous)
During playback, press PREV 4 to go back to a
previous chapter/track (page 22).
-
STOP 7 button
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables
playback to resume from a point shortly before the
location where it was stopped. Pressing twice
causes the disc to return to the beginning of the disc
when playback starts again (page 23).
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=
e STEP/SLOW E buttons
Press STEP/SLOW E during playback to view
slow playback. In pause mode, press STEP/SLOW
E to advance DVDs and Video CDs frame by frame
and STEP/SLOW e to back up a few frames at a
time (page 38).
~
Number buttons (1-9, 0, +10)*
!
Press to start disc playback (pages 20, 23).
+
¡
You can program titles, chapters, or tracks to play
back in a desired order. Programs can be a
maximum of 24 steps. Additionally, DVD programs
for up to 24 discs can be stored in the player’s
memory for future use (page 42-44).
#
CONDITION MEMORY button
You can store in memory the settings for up to 15
DVDs. Press CONDITION MEMORY during DVD
playback to memorize the settings (page 46).
$
1 REV FWD ¡ (fast reverse/forward)
buttons
During playback of DVD and Video CD, press
FWD ¡ to perform fast forward scanning. Press
REV 1 to perform fast reverse scanning of DVD
and Video CD. When a CD is loaded, audio scanning
is performed (page 22).
RANDOM button
PROGRAM button
PAUSE 8 button
Press to pause playback of a disc. Press again to
resume playback (page 38).
Press to play chapters/tracks in random order (page
41).
@
PLAY 3 button
™
CLEAR button
Works in conjunction with a number of player
functions. Use to cancel repeat and random
playback, and to edit programs.
£
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Use to perform direct title and chapter/track
searches, and to input numerical values.
_
SEARCH MODE button
Press to perform a title, chapter/track or elapsed
time search (page 39).
OPEN/CLOSE button
Press to open or close the disc tray (pages 20, 23).
%
ANGLE button
Some DVDs are recorded with various camera angle
playback options. Press ANGLE repeatedly to
display different camera angles (page 30).
^
REPEAT button
Press once to repeat playback of current chapter/
track. Press twice to repeat playback of current title
(page 40).
&
REPEAT A-B button
Press at the beginning and end of the section you
want to repeat or to mark a location you want to
return to (page 40).
*
TOP MENU button*
Press to call up the top menu programmed on the
DVD. Depending on the DVD, the top menu may be
identical to the DVD menu (page 21).
(
RETURN button*
Use to go one menu back (current settings are
maintained). Use RETURN when you do not want to
change the option setting in a menu.
)
NEXT ¢
During playback, press NEXT ¢ to advance to the
next chapter/track (page 22).
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Connection Guide
Making
Connections
The illustration on this page shows the basic setup using
the audio and video cords included with this player. Use
this illustration as a guide to setting up your home
system.
An explanation of each type of audio and video
connection available can be found on pages 15 to 16. To
determine the best audio and video connection setup for
your system, refer to the manuals supplied with the
components you are making connections to.
In addition to making physical connections to your TV or
monitor, it is also necessary to assign the TV screen size.
You can use the [Setup Navigator] in the Setup screen
General menu to set whether you are using a wide
screen or standard size TV or monitor (page 18).
Additionally, you can use the [TV Screen] setting in the
Setup screen Video menu (page 28).
Connecting Your DVD Player
Unlike any other audiovisual media format, DVD offers a
wide array of audio and video output options which
allows playback to be enjoyed in any number of system
configurations from a standard TV with stereo audio
input to a home theater system with a TV or monitor and
full surround sound capabilities.
Notes
• When making connections to this unit or when changing
connections, check that the unit is off by pressing
STANDBY/ON and unplug the power cord from the
power outlet.
• The analog video output on this player uses copy protect
circuitry to prevent the video playback on DVDs from being
copied. If you connect the player to a TV via a VCR, or
record and play back the contents of a disc with a VCR, the
playback picture may not be normal.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
R
IN
L
AUDIO OUT
Audio cord
(Included)
CONTROL
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
Video cord
(Included)
Finally, connect to a
power outlet (120 V).
TV or monitor
L
R
AUDIO IN
Make audio connections from the AUDIO
OUT jacks on the player to the AUDIO IN
jacks on the TV or monitor using the stereo
audio cord included with the player. Be sure
to match the color of the plugs with the
color of the jacks (red and white).
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VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN
Make video connections from the VIDEO
OUT jacks on the player to the VIDEO IN jack
on the TV or monitor using the video cord
included with the player. Set the VIDEO OUT
SELECT to the left position.
DIGITAL OUT (Coaxial)
Audio Connections
This player features two digital (optical and coaxial) and
also analog audio output formats.
Digital Audio Connections:
You can enjoy the digital audio recorded on DVD discs
from both optical digital and coaxial digital output jacks.
The digital signal is transmitted electronically through a
coaxial cable.
• Use to connect to an AV amplifier or receiver with
built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG decoder.
• Use a coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the
DIGITAL OUT (coaxial digital output) on the player to
the coaxial digital input on an AV amplifier or receiver.
When making digital audio connections, do not
make connections from both the coaxial and optical
digital outputs to the same component.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
R
L
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
CONTROL
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL IN
DIGITAL
IN
MAKING CONNECTIONS
When a DVD recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG is
loaded, noise will be output if you have made
connections via the digital audio jacks to a receiver or
amplifier that cannot decode a Dolby Digital, DTS, or
MPEG digital bitstream. In this case, be sure to set up
the Setup Navigator audio settings to best reflect the
type of system you are using (page 19). Additionally, the
digital audio settings can be adjusted manually in the
Setup screen Audio 1 menu (page 26-27).
IN
DIGITAL OUT (Optical)
The digital signal is transmitted as light pulses through a
fiber-optic cable.
• Use to connect to an AV amplifier or receiver with
built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG decoder.
• Use a fiber-optic cable (not supplied) to connect the
DIGITAL OUT OPT (digital optical output) on the
player to the digital optical input on an AV amplifier or
receiver.
AV amplifier or receiver with
built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or
MPEG decoder
Analog Audio Connection:
AUDIO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
R
L
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
CONTROL
IN
S-VIDEO
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
OPT
• Make analog audio connections to a stereo amplifier
or receiver.
• Analog audio connections can also be made to a TV or
monitor with stereo input jacks.
• Use the supplied audio cord to connect the AUDIO
OUT on the player to the audio input on the stereo
amplifier or receiver.
• When making analog audio connections, be sure to
match the color of the plugs with the color of the
jacks (red and white).
DIGITAL IN
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
R
R
IN
L
AUDIO OUT
AV amplifier or receiver with
built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or
MPEG decoder
CONTROL
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
L
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
R
L
Stereo amplifier or receiver
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COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Video Connections
This player features S-video, composite, and component
video output possibilities.
Check the manual supplied with your TV or monitor to
determine the best possible connection for your system.
In addition to making physical connections to your TV or
monitor, it is also necessary to assign the TV screen size.
You can use the [Setup Navigator] in the Setup screen
General to set whether you are using a wide screen or
standard size TV or monitor (page 18). Additionally, you
can use the [TV Screen] setting in the Setup screen
Video menu (page 28).
• Make component video connections to a TV or
monitor with component inputs to produce a higher
quality video image.
• Use a component video cable or 3 video cords (not
supplied) to connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks on the player to the component jacks on the
monitor.
• When making component video connections, make
sure to set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the
rear panel of the player to the right to assign
component video output.
S-VIDEO OUT
• Make S-video connections to a TV or monitor with Svideo input to produce a high quality video image.
• Use an S-video cable (not supplied) to connect the
output on the player to S-video input on the TV or
monitor.
• When making S-video connections, make sure to set
the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the rear panel of
the player to the left to assign S-video output.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
R
L
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
CONTROL
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
IN
S-VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
PR
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
CONTROL
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
IN
L
R
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
Y
S-VIDEO
OUT
PB
PR
TV or monitor
S-VIDEO IN
System Control Connections
TV or monitor
VIDEO OUT
• Make composite video connections to a standard TV
or monitor with a video input jack.
• Use the supplied video cable to connect the VIDEO
OUT jacks on the player to the video input on the TV
or monitor.
• Be sure to match the color of the plug with the color
of the jack (yellow).
• When making video connections, make sure to set the
VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the rear panel of the
player to the left to assign composite video output.
Using a commercially available cord with a mini plug
(3.5 mm dia. with no resistance) to connect this player’s
CONTROL IN jack to the CONTROL OUT jack of
another PIONEER component bearing the Î mark, you
can control the player as though it were a component in
a system (system control).
• If you connect for system control, you cannot operate
the player directly. Point the remote control unit at the
component (AV amplifier, etc.) connected to the
CONTROL OUT jack to operate.
• When controlling as a system, be sure to make a
connection to the amplifier using an audio or video
cord, even when using only digital components.
• For details, refer to the operation manuals of the
connected components.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
PB
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
OPT
AC IN
DIGITAL OUT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
DIGITAL
OUT
PR
CONTROL
IN
OPT
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
CONTROL
IN
R
L
AUDIO OUT
R
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
L
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
TV or
monitor
VIDEO
OUT
SELECT
CONTROL
IN
VIDEO
OUT
CONTROL
OUT
VIDEO IN
Pioneer component with Î mark.
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Setting Up the
Player
1
Press STANDBY/ON on the front panel
( on the remote control).
2
Press SETUP.
When SETUP is pressed for the first time, the
following screen appears. Though the Setup
Navigator may be used more than once, this screen
only appears the first time SETUP is pressed.
Using the Setup Navigator
The Setup Navigator has been designed to simplify the
process of getting the DVD player ready to perform.
Designed as a series of on-screen multiple-choice
questions, the Setup Navigator automatically sets the
audio, video, and language settings according to how the
questions are answered. Once this procedure is
complete, it will be possible to begin using the DVD
player to enjoy DVDs.
Setup Navigator
Setup Navigator Start
Auto Start Off
Move
3
Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in
the player. Because the Setup Navigator cannot be used
if a disc is playing, it is recommended to set up the
player using the Setup Navigator before loading a DVD
for the first time. If a DVD has been loaded, be sure to
press STOP 7 before proceeding.
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
1
2
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
Press ENTER.
The selection is entered and the next Setup
Navigator screen appears.
Use steps 3 and 4 as a basis for entering selections on
the all of the Setup Navigator screens described on the
following pages.
¶
5
¶
ENTER
4
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
To change the answer to a prior question
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
Use the cursor button (2) to return to previous screens.
Please note, however, that you cannot go forward using
the cursor button (3), so it will be necessary to answer
all the questions that occur after the screen that was
returned to.
¶
RANDOM
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to make a
selection.
RETURN
DISPLAY
3
Select SETUP Exit
• If you are going to use the Setup Navigator, it is
not necessary to change the setting on the first
screen. Please proceed to the next step.
• If you do not want to set up the player using
the Setup Navigator, use the cursor button
(∞) to select [Auto Start Off] at this time.
The Setup Navigator function may still be used at
a later time in manual Setup screen menu
operation (page 24).
When setting up for the first time
LAST
MEMORY
ENTER
MAKING CONNECTIONS / SETTING UP THE PLAYER
The procedure on this page describes the operations
necessary to function within the Setup Navigator
screens. A detailed description of the contents of each
question that appears on the screen can be found on
the following pages.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
To exit the Setup Navigator
Press SETUP while on any of the screens to exit the
Setup Navigator. Please note that if the Setup Navigator
is exited before all the questions are answered, no
settings are changed.
1
To return to the Setup screen
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
ÎA
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
Press RETURN. The Setup Navigator is exited and the
Setup screen General menu screen appears. Please
note that no settings are changed if RETURN is pressed
before the Setup Navigator is finished.
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Setting the OSD Language
(On-Screen Display Language)
The [OSD Language] screen establishes the OSD
language, or on-screen display language, which refers to
the language that is used by the player in menus and
on-screen messages. Additionally, the language that is
established at this setting will also be used for the
default audio and subtitle language.
Setting the TV screen size
The [TV Type] screen establishes the size, or more
appropriately the width to height ration of your television
or monitor. The width-to-height ratio of conventional TVs
is 4:3, while the width-to-height ratio of wide screen and
high-definition TVs is 16:9. This width-to-height ratio is
called the aspect ratio.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
TV Connection
TV Type
Language
English
OSD Language français
Español
Move
Move
ENTER
ENTER
Widescreen (16:9)
Standard (4:3)
Select SETUP Exit
Select SETUP Exit
Settings: Widescreen (16:9)*
Standard (4:3)
Settings: English*
français
Español
* Factory setting
* Factory setting
Note
In addition to setting the OSD language, the audio and
subtitle language are also set at this time. If you wish to
change the audio or subtitle language to a different language,
make changes in the Setup screen Language menu [Audio
Language] and [Subtitle Language] as needed (page 31,
33).
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Note
There are two screen formats that can be used to display
wide-screen format DVDs: letter box and pan & scan. When
[Standard (4:3)] is selected in the Setup Navigator, the letter
box screen format is automatically selected. To switch the
preference to the pan & scan format, make changes in the
Setup screen Video menu [TV Screen] setting (page 28).
Setting digital audio connections
to an AV amplifier or decoder
The [Digital Jack] screen establishes whether digital
connections have been made to an AV amplifier,
receiver, or external decoder. As there are numerous
options available, please refer to the instructions
supplied with the component the player is connected to
determine what digital audio formats can be decoded. If
you have made no digital connections, select [Not
Connected].
Confirming the settings
The [Exit Setup Navigator] is the final screen in the
Setup Navigator.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
Save Changes
Exit Setup Navigator Delete Changes
Start Again
Move
Amp Connection
Digital Jack
Move
ENTER
Select SETUP Exit
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/MPEG
Dolby D/DTS/MPEG
PCM
Not Connected
Select SETUP Exit
Settings: Dolby Digital*
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/MPEG
Dolby D/DTS/MPEG
PCM
Not Connected
* Factory setting
* Factory setting
Setting compatibility with 96 kHz
output
The [96 kHz PCM Audio] screen establishes whether or
not the AV component the player is connected to is
capable of processing an audio signal with a sampling
rate of 96 kHz. This screen only appears if connections
have been made to an external AV component as
determined in previous screens.
To exit the Setup screen
When you have completed setting up the player using
the Setup Navigator or if you exit the Setup Navigator,
the Setup screen General menu appears. Press SETUP
to close the Setup screen.
SETTING UP THE PLAYER
Settings: Save Changes*
Select to have the player make all of the
necessary audio, video and language settings
automatically.
Delete Changes
Select to exit the Setup Navigator without
changing any of the system settings.
Start Again
Select to return to the [OSD Language]
screen of the Setup Navigator and do the
settings again.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
ENTER
To change other player settings in the Setup
screen menus
The procedure for changing the settings in the Setup
screen menus is described on page 24.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Navigator
Amp Connection No
96 kHz PCM Audio Yes
Don't Know
Move
ENTER
Select SETUP Exit
Settings: No*
Select if the connected AV component
cannot process an audio signal with a
sampling rate of 96 kHz.
Yes
Select if the connected AV component can
process an audio signal with a sampling rate
of 96 kHz.
Don’t Know
Select if you are uncertain whether the
connected AV component can process an
audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz.
* Factory setting
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Getting Started
Using Your DVD
Player
1
Press (
panel).
2
Press OPEN/CLOSE (0 on the front panel).
STANDBY/ON on the front
The disc tray comes out.
3
Load a disc.
• Load a disc with the label side facing up, using
the disc tray guide to align the disc.
Playing DVDs, Video CDs and
CDs – DVD/Video CD/CD
Before you can start to enjoy the digital audio and video
on DVDs, be sure that you have either performed the
Setup Navigator procedure described in the previous
section or made the necessary settings in the Setup
screen menus as outlined in the next section to set up
the player to correspond to your home system. Having
made these settings, you are now ready to start using
the player to enjoy DVDs, Video CDs, and CDs.
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LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
1
5
2
5
¶
5
¶
ENTER
5
5
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
7
8
3
Press PLAY 3 (3 on the front panel).
Select the item you want to view.
• When a DVD is loaded:
Select the item with the cursor buttons (2/3/5/
∞) or the number buttons then press ENTER.
• When a Video CD is loaded:
Use the number buttons to select the item.
5
3
2
¢
• The disc tray closes, and playback begins.
• Depending on the disc, a menu may be
displayed. If a menu is displayed, proceed to
step 5.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¡
0
4
OPEN/
CLOSE
1
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
4
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
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Notes
• Noise is output if you make digital audio connections to a
receiver or amplifier that does not have a built-in decoder.
Check that the digital audio output format selected in the
Audio 1 menu corresponds to the audio components you
have made connections to (page 26-27).
• The TV screen size is factory set to present the wide
screen format (16:9 aspect ratio). If you have a standard TV
screen (4:3 aspect ratio), this setting can be changed to
match your TV screen size in the Video menu (page 28).
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
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3
1
2
4
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
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When an operation is prohibited
There are times when you are using the player and attempt to
perform an operation, but for some reason it cannot be
performed. When this occurs, one of the two following icons
appears on the screen.
The operation is prohibited by the player.
The operation is prohibited by the programming on
the disc.
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When a menu screen is displayed
Menu screens are displayed for DVDs that have menu
screens or Video CDs that include Playback Control
(PBC). DVDs often contain extra information that can be
accessed in the DVD menu and sometimes makes
navigating DVD menu screens as enjoyable as watching
the feature presentation.
To open or return to the DVD or Video CD
menu screen
Although this differs depending on the disc, pressing
MENU, TOP MENU, or RETURN during DVD playback
or RETURN during Video CD playback displays the menu
screen. Refer to the DVD or Video CD disc jacket and
accompanying documentation for more information.
To navigate a menu screen
AUDIO
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
SETUP
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
MENU
TOP MENU
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
RETURN
ENTER
Cursor
buttons
5
5
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
5
PREV 4
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
STOP 7
ENTER
3
2
NEXT ¢
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
Number
buttons
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
• Although individual DVD titles may differ, when a
menu screen is displayed, use the cursor buttons (2/
3/5/∞) and ENTER on the remote control. The cursor
buttons are used to move around the options on the
screen and ENTER is used for selection.
• Occasionally, the number buttons may also be used to
make selections. If this is possible, using number
buttons serves to directly select an option on a menu
screen. Only number buttons are used to make
selections on Video CD menu screens.
• When the Video CD has more than one menu, pages
can be advanced to or returned to with PREV 4 or
NEXT ¢.
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PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
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Video CDs with Playback Control (PBC) display a menu
screen when play is started. It is possible, however, to
play back Video CDs without displaying menu screens.
When a Video CD with PBC is loaded, press STOP 7,
and then the number button of the track you want to
play.
Example: When a DVD that has menu screens is loaded
1
2
3
4
5
6
Highlight Clips
Chapter List
Commercial Header
Subtitles
Soundtrack
Start Main Feature
GETTING STARTED USING YOUR DVD PLAYER
To play Video CDs without displaying menu
screens
Example: When a Video CD that has Playback Control is
loaded
STANDARD VOCAL BEST
1
Don't Tekno for an Answer
Bertie B.& the Goans
2
Bad Whack Naff Riff
Hood in the Boyz
3
dubmyheadbassman
Sleek Machine
4
Gooey Love Jingle
Philip William
5
Praise the Day
Formerly an Artist
6
G3, Ba-san
Pfeuti
7
Abstract Jazz Phunk
John Torn
8
Rock the Love Jive
Hot Monkey Stick
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Chapter (Track) Skip Forward/
Skip Back – DVD/Video CD/CD
Advancing to the next chapter
(track)
Press NEXT ¢ (¡ ¢ on the front panel).
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
LAST
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
• Press to skip forward to the next chapter (track).
• You can advance more than one chapter (track)
forward by pressing and holding NEXT ¢ and
releasing when the desired chapter (track) number
appears in the display.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
STOP 7
NEXT ¢
5
PREV 4
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
Skipping back to the previous
chapter (track)
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
¶
Press PREV 4 (4 1 on the front panel).
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• Press once to skip back to the start of the chapter
(track) currently playing.
• Press twice to skip back to the start of the previous
chapter (track).
• You can skip back to previous chapters (tracks) by
pressing and holding PREV 4 and releasing when
the desired chapter (track) number appears in the
display.
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
ÎA
41
¡¢
Fast forward scanning
Forward and Reverse
Scanning – DVD/Video CD/CD
AUDIO
SETUP
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
Press and hold FWD ¡ (¡ ¢ on the front
panel) during playback.
• Release FWD ¡ when you reach the desired
location. Normal playback resumes.
• When the “Scan” indicator on the screen changes
from flashing to lit, fast forward scanning will continue
even if the button is released. When the desired
location has been reached, press PLAY 3.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
PLAY 3
Fast reverse scanning
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
1 REV/FWD ¡
Press and hold REV 1 (4 1 on the front
panel) during playback.
¶
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
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3
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
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¡¢
• Release REV 1 when you reach the desired
location. Normal playback resumes.
• When the “Scan” indicator on the screen changes
from flashing to lit, fast reverse scanning will continue
even if the button is released. When the desired
location has been reached, press PLAY 3.
Resuming playback from
where you stopped – DVD/Video CD
Use the resume feature to restart playback from the
point that the disc was stopped last time.
Stopping Playback and
Switching Power Off
– DVD/Video CD/CD
Press STOP 7 once.
The display shows “RESUME” and the stop position is
memorized.
• The resume position remains memorized as long as
the disc is in the player — even if you switch the
power off.
• Pressing STOP 7 twice causes the disc to return to
the beginning when PLAY 3 is pressed again. The
display shows the disc type (DVDs or Video CDs)
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
4
2
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
5
Press PLAY 3.
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
1
Playback starts from the resume position.
Notes
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
¶
• The actual restart position may be slightly before or after
the resume position.
• If you want to remove the disc, but still want to resume
playback from the last stopped position, use the LAST
MEMORY feature instead (page 45).
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7
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
2
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
ÎA
1
1
Press STOP 7 (7 on the front panel).
Playback stops.
2
Press OPEN/CLOSE (0 on the front panel).
GETTING STARTED USING YOUR DVD PLAYER
3
4
The disc tray comes out.
3
Remove the disc.
4
1
¡
¢
7
8
3
0
4
Press ( STANDBY/ON on the front
panel).
The disc tray goes back in.
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Adjusting Audio
and Video
Settings
1
Press STANDBY/ON on the front panel
( on the remote control)
2
Press SETUP.
The Setup screen appears.
(Example)
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Using the Setup Screen
Menus
Dolby Digital Out – Dolby Digital
DTS Out – Off
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
The procedure on this page describes how to operate the
menus on the Setup screen. These menus are used to
set and adjust a number of system settings. The various
functions that can be adjusted are covered throughout
this manual. The procedure on this page provides a basic
outline for using the Setup screen menus.
Setup audio
Digital output format/tone adjust
SETUP Exit
Move
3
As each menu is selected with the cursor, the
settings appear below the menu heading.
When setting up for the first time
It is recommended to set up player using the Setup
Navigator (page 17). If you selected [Auto Start Off]
when the Setup Navigator appeared, you may still set up
the player using the Setup Navigator in the General menu
screen.
If you choose not to use the Setup Navigator, be sure to
make the necessary settings in the Setup screen
Audio 1, Audio 2, Video, and Language menus as
described on the following pages.
Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in
the player. If a DVD has been loaded, be sure to press
STOP 7 before proceeding.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select the
menu you want.
4
Use the cursor buttons (∞) to enter the
menu.
The top item within the menu becomes highlighted.
(Example)
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital
DTS Out - Dolby Digital 3 PCM
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
Change Dolby Digital output mode
Move
1
AUDIO
2
SETUP
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
3
2
5
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to select the
setting you want to change.
The options available for each setting appear to the
right when the setting is selected. The current
setting appears with the setting indicator lit.
¶
5
ENTER
5
3, 4, 5, 6
5
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
Exit
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
MENU
SETUP
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
6
¶
Use the cursor buttons (3) to enter the
setting options.
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
(Example)
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital
DTS Out - Dolby Digital 3 PCM
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
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Output Dolby Digital
Move
1
DVD PLAYER
0
STANDBY/ON
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4 1 ¡ ¢
7
8
3
ENTER
Select SETUP Exit
• Not all menu options can be changed while a disc
is playing. In these cases, the options appear
grayed out on the screen and cannot be adjusted.
To change these settings, press STOP 7 first
before pressing SETUP.
• Operating the menu after pressing STOP 7 may
cancel the resume function.
• Some menu options are not immediately
effective if set while a disc is playing. To make
these settings effective, stop playback and then
start again, or change the settings while the disc
is stopped.
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MEMORY
9
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
RETURN
DISPLAY
ENTER
3
2
5
5
7, 8
¶
5
¶
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
IMPORTANT
Changing to the Setup Screen
“Expert” Menu Mode
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
8
7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
¶
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
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The Setup screen menus are divided into two levels,
[Basic] and [Expert], to make this unit more convenient
to operate for different levels of users. The [Basic]
menu mode contains functions that may be considered
necessary for the basic operations of this player and
helpful on-screen information identified by the i mark.
The [Expert] menu mode adds to the [Basic] menu
mode additional functions of the player that can be
adjusted to further personalize performance of the
player.
In this manual, functions that are contained in the
[Expert]menu mode are identified by the Expert icon.
Make changes to the [Setup Menu Mode] setting in the
Setup screen General menu.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
7
9
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to select a
new setting and press ENTER to set the
new setting in memory. Press RETURN or
the cursor button (2) to exit the options
without making any changes.
Press RETURN or the cursor button (2) to
go back to the main menu bar to select
another menu.
Press SETUP to close the Setup screen.
The Setup screen closes.
Note
The next time you press SETUP, you’ll see the menu screen
that you exited from last time.
How to interpret the setting indicator colors in
the Setup screen menus
When setting up the system, or when making
adjustments, it is convenient to know what settings are
applicable to the different disc formats. When the
settings appear for each menu option, the currently
selected setting appears with the setting indicator
highlighted in one of three colors: blue, green or yellow.
These colors correspond to what formats the menu
option effects as shown in the table below.
Color of indicator
Disc format(s)
Blue
DVD only
Yellow
DVD / Video CD
Green
All compatible formats
Change menu mode
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Expert
Basic*
* Factory setting
Note
On-screen information only appears if the [OSD Language]
is set to [English] and menu mode is set to [Basic].
ADJUSTING AUDIO AND VIDEO SETTINGS
8
Setup Menu Mode Expert
Setup Navigator Basic
Parental Lock – Level 8
Note
If a setting applicable only to DVDs is changed while a Video
CD or CD is loaded, a blue DVD icon appears in the upper
right hand corner of the screen to indicate that the setting is
not applicable to the currently loaded disc. The setting will be
effective the next time a DVD is loaded.
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Setting the Digital Audio
Output To Be Compatible with
Your AV Component – DVD
This player is capable of digital audio output for Dolby
Digital, DTS, MPEG, and signals with a sampling rate of
96 kHz. Make settings in the Setup screen Audio 1
menu to reflect the capabilities of the components that
you have made digital connections to.
DTS Out
This player is capable of outputting DTS digital audio for
DVDs recorded in DTS. When this player is connected to
an AV component that has a built-in DTS decoder, select
[DTS]. If your system is not equipped to decode DTS,
select [Off]. Refer to the operating instructions supplied
with your audio components if you are unsure about
compatibility with DTS.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out – Dolby Digital
DTS Out Off
DTS
96kHz PCM Out - 96kHz>48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
Notes
• If you have already completed the Setup Navigator screen
operations, the settings on this page have already been set
by the player.
• If you have made only stereo line connections (analog)
using the supplied audio cord, it is not necessary to make
any changes in this menu.
Change DTS output mode
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Off*
DTS
Dolby Digital Out
* Factory setting
This player is capable of outputting the Dolby Digital
surround sound audio signal. When the player is
connected to an AV component that has a built-in Dolby
Digital decoder, select [Dolby Digital]. This player can
also convert the Dolby Digital signal to a digital Linear
PCM signal, the same digital signal output from a CD.
Select [Dolby Digital 3 PCM] when you have made
connections to an amplifier or receiver with a Dolby Pro
Logic decoder or a Digital Analog Converter (DAC).
Note
If you have made digital audio connections to component(s)
not equipped to decode the DTS digital bitstream, be sure to
select [Off]. If a DTS signal is output without decoding, the
output is digital noise that could potentially cause damage to
your speakers.
96 kHz PCM Out
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital
DTS Out - Dolby Digital 3 PCM
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
Change Dolby Digital output mode
Move
SETUP
Exit
This player is capable of outputting digital signals with a
sampling frequency of 96 kHz. If you have made
connections to a component capable of processing this
signal rate, select [96 kHz] for the signal to be output as
is. As some components are incapable of processing
digital signal input with sampling rates of 96 kHz,
selecting [96 kHz 3 48 kHz] compresses the signal to a
standard signal with a sampling rate of 48 kHz.
Settings: Dolby Digital*
Dolby Digital 3 PCM
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out – Dolby Digital
DTS Out – Off
96kHz PCM Out 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out - PCM
96kHz
* Factory setting
Change 96 kHz output mode
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: 96 kHz 3 48 kHz*
96 kHz
* Factory setting
Notes
• On DVDs that contain copy protection, the 96 kHz signal
may only be output from the analog audio jacks.
• Changes to the [96 kHz PCM Out] setting cannot be made
when a disc is playing.
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MPEG Out
This player is capable of outputting the MPEG digital
bitstream. When the player is connected to an AV
component that has a built-in MPEG decoder, select the
[MPEG] setting. Otherwise, select [MPEG 3 PCM] to
convert the digital signal to the PCM signal, the digital
signal output from a CD.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out – Dolby Digital
DTS Out – Off
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz 3 48kHz
MPEG Out MPEG
MPEG 3 PCM
Change MPEG audio output mode
Move
SETUP
Adjusting the Dynamic Range
of the Audio Soundtrack – DVD
Audio DRC stands for Audio Dynamic Range
Compression. When Audio DRC is on, soft sounds such
as dialog can be heard more clearly without making loud
sounds even louder. Select from three levels of
compression depending on how much effect you want.
When Audio DRC is set to [Off], there is no effect on
the audio source.
Make changes to the [Audio DRC] setting in the Setup
screen Audio 2 menu.
Exit
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Audio DRC
Settings: MPEG
MPEG 3 PCM*
Dynamic playback at low volume
* Factory setting
Digital Out
High
Medium
Low
Off
Expert
Depending on your preferences and the type of
connections made, you may opt not to have the digital
audio signal output at all. When this setting is set to
[Off] there is no signal output from the digital audio
output jacks.
Make changes to the [Digital Out] setting in the Setup
screen Audio 1 menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 25).
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: High
(maximum compression of audio source)
Medium
(moderate compression of audio source)
Low
(very little compression of audio source)
Off*
* Factory setting
Audio DRC is only effective with Dolby Digital audio sources.
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On (Digital bitstream is output)*
Off (Digital bitstream is not output)
* Factory setting
ADJUSTING AUDIO AND VIDEO SETTINGS
Note
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Dolby Digital Out – Dolby Digital
DTS Out – Off
96kHz PCM Out – 96kHz>48kHz
MPEG Out – MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out On
Off
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Setting the TV Screen Size
The width-to-height ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3, while
the width-to-height ratio of wide screen and
high-definition TVs is 16:9. This width-to-height ratio is
called the aspect ratio.
When viewing software recorded in different aspect
ratios, the image’s height to width ratio can be switched
to match the TV or monitor being used.
Make changes to the TV screen size in the [TV Screen]
setting in the Setup screen Video menu. Please note that
changes to the [TV Screen] setting cannot be made
when a disc is playing. Stop playback of the disc before
attempting to make any changes.
When viewing a wide screen TV or monitor
DVD screen size format
Setting and Appearance
Wide screen format DVD
Please note that there are some
wide screen letter box formats
that place black bars at the top
and bottom of the screen. This is
not a malfunction.
“Wide” setting
Standard screen format DVD
When viewing a standard screen
format DVD on a wide screen
TV, black bars may be
automatically placed at the side
of the screen to adjust to the
DVD format.
“Wide” setting
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen 4:3(Letter Box)
Picture Quality - 4:3(Pan&Scan)
16:9(Wide)
Select your display preference
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: 4:3 (Letter Box)
4:3 (Pan & Scan)
16:9 (Wide)*
* Factory setting
Standard screen format DVD
(unnatural stretched effect)
If you are viewing a standard
screen format DVD on a wide
screen TV, the picture may
appear ‘stretched’ on the
screen. To remedy this
condition, change your wide
screen TV to display a standard
(4:3) screen. Refer to the
instructions supplied with your
wide screen TV or monitor for
more information.
“Wide” setting
Notes
• If [Standard (4:3)] is selected in the Setup Navigator
screen, [4:3 (Letter Box)] is selected on this screen. If you
prefer the pan&scan format, change the settings on this
screen.
• Whether the aspect can be switched or not depends on the
disc. Please refer to the information written on the disc
jacket, etc.
• Some discs may not include the screen format selected in
the [TV Screen] setting. When this occurs, the standard TV
screen format available on the disc is automatically selected.
Differences in screen sizes and DVD formats
The number of screen size formats currently available can
be somewhat confusing. If set incorrectly, the video
presentation may not appear as it should. The following
diagrams and descriptions are intended to help you set
your TV screen size in a way that will allow you to fully
enjoy the digital video of DVD.
The settings in the [TV Screen] setting are perhaps most
applicable when the DVD you are watching is
programmed in the wide screen format. If you have a
standard TV, select either [4:3 (Letter Box)] or [4:3 (Pan
& Scan)] based on your personal preference. If you have
a wide screen TV, select [16:9 (Wide)].
When viewing a standard size TV or monitor
DVD screen size format
Wide screen format DVD
The Letter box presentation
places black bars at the top and
bottom portions of the screen to
provide the full wide screen
presentation of a movie on a
standard TV (4:3 aspect ratio).
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“Letter Box” setting
Wide screen format DVD
The Pan & Scan presentation
crops both sides of the wide
screen presentation to use the
full standard TV screen.
“Pan & Scan” setting
Standard screen format DVD
If you have a standard TV, the
standard screen format will be
presented regardless of the
setting.
Any setting
Wide screen format DVD
(unnatural squeezed effect)
If you are viewing a wide screen
format DVD on a standard TV and
the [TV Screen] setting is set to
[16:9 (Wide)], the picture may
appear ‘squeezed’ on the screen.
To remedy this condition, select
either [4:3 (Letter Box)] or [4:3
(Pan & Scan)].
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Setting and Appearance
“Wide” setting
Selecting Picture Quality
Appropriate for Program
Content – DVD/Video CD
This lets you select the ideal picture quality for watching
movies, animation and other video media.
Make changes to the [Picture Quality] setting in the
Setup screen Video menu.
Turning the on-screen display on
or off Expert
If you would rather not have the operation indicators
(Play, Stop, Resume, etc.) and other messages displayed
on the screen, it is possible to turn them off in the [On
Screen Display] setting in the Setup screen Video
menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 25).
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen – 16:9(Wide)
Picture Quality – Standard
Still Picture – Field
On Screen Display On
OSD Position - Normal
Off
Angle Indicator – On
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen – 16:9(Wide)
Picture Quality Cinema
Animation
Standard
Move
Adjust picture quality
Move
SETUP
This function lets you view a clear still-image when DVD
playback is paused.
Make changes in the [Still Picture] setting in the Setup
screen Video menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page
25).
Settings: On*
Off
* Factory setting
Setting the position of the
on-screen display Expert
When watching conventional software on a wide screen
TV, the operation display is at the very top of the screen,
and may be difficult to see. Changing the position of the
display lets you see operation indicators clearly even on
a wide screen TV.
Make changes in the [OSD Position] in the Setup
screen Video menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page
25).
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen – 16:9(Wide)
Picture Quality – Standard
Still Picture – Field
On Screen Display – On
OSD Position Wide
Angle Indicator- Normal
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
TV Screen – 16:9(Wide)
Picture Quality - Standard
Still Picture Field
On Screen Display - Frame
OSD Position - Normal
Auto
Angle Indicator – On
Move
Exit
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Wide
Normal*
* Factory setting
Settings: Field
(Picture shake will be eliminated during a
paused picture.)
Frame
(Select to obtain higher picture quality.)
Auto*
(Selects field or frame automatically
according to the disc.)
* Factory setting
ADJUSTING AUDIO AND VIDEO SETTINGS
Selecting the type of paused image
to display Expert
SETUP
Exit
Exit
Settings: Cinema
Provides a sharp, clear black picture for
images with high contrast.
Animation
Provides images with bright clear colors.
Standard*
Presents the video with no effect added.
* Factory setting
Move
SETUP
Note
This setting is only effective with DVDs that contain a 4:3
aspect ratio video presentation.
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Viewing from a Desired
Camera Angle (Multi-Angle)
– DVD
You can select a camera angle when viewing DVDs with
the multi-angle option.
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
Turning the angle indicator on and
off Expert
When a picture recorded in different angles is played
back
is displayed on the screen. This setting lets you
see clearly whether the playback picture is recorded in
multiple angles or not.
Turn the angle indicator on or off in the [Angle
Indicator] setting in the Setup screen Video menu in
the [Expert] menu mode (page 25).
ANGLE
AUDIO
SETUP
MENU
TV Screen – 16:9(Wide)
Picture Quality – Standard
Still Picture – Field
On Screen Display – On
OSD Position – Normal
Angle Indicator On
Off
SETUP Exit
Move
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
ENTER
3
5
5
2
Press ANGLE during playback.
Settings: On* (
The camera angle changes each time you press the
button.
ANGLE
: 1/4
ANGLE
: 2/4
»
«
: 4/4
* Factory setting
Note
Even when the [Angle Indicator] setting is set to [Off], the
indicator in the display panel of the player lights during
multi-angle playback. Therefore, it is possible to know when
the multi-angle function can be used without having to
display the icon on the screen.
\
ANGLE
is displayed)
Off (Not Displayed)
ANGLE
: 3/4
|
Notes
• You can use the Multi-Angle function only with discs
featuring recordings of images shot from different camera
angles.
• During Multi-Angle playback, the
indicator in the
display lights.
• For some discs, selection can be made using the DVD
menu.
In this case, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen
and then make your selection.
To check whether or not a disc is recorded with
angles:
The jacket of discs that are recorded with angles will be marked
with
. When locations on discs that are recorded with angles
are played back, the
indicator can be displayed.
To cancel the angle mark, set [Angle Indicator] to [Off] in the
Setup screen Video menu described in the section below.
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Setting the
Language
Options
Setting Language and Subtitle
Preferences in the Setup
Screen Menus
The Setup screen Language menu contains a number of
settings related to the audio and subtitle language
preferences.
DVDs have the capacity to contain a great deal of audio
information, which includes the ability to hold up to 8
different language tracks and subtitle information in as
many as 32 different languages. This section outlines
the variety of audio language and subtitle options
available with this player.
Notes
• DVDs differ in content and do not all contain multiple
language or subtitle information. Therefore making settings
in this section may have no effect on some DVDs.
• If you have already completed the Setup Navigator screen
operations, the settings on this page have already been set
by the player.
Setting the on-screen display
(OSD) language
This setting is used to establish the language that
operation indicators and on-screen messages and
operations display. Change this setting in the Setup
screen Language menu [OSD Language] setting.
OSD Language English
English
Audio Language - English
français
Subtitle Language - Japanese
Español
Auto Language – On
Select the On Screen Language
Move
SETUP
The audio language that you normally listen to can be
selected from the various audio languages on a DVD.
Even when the audio language is changed during
playback by pressing AUDIO, the language selected at
this setting will be selected as the default when the DVD
is changed.
Make changes to the [Audio Language] setting in the
Setup screen Language menu.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
OSD Language – English
Audio Language - English
English
Subtitle Language - Japanese
French
Auto Language - Japanese
Spanish
Other
Setup audio language
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: English*
French
Spanish
Other
(For details on how to select other languages,
see ‘When “Other” is selected’ on page
34.)
*Factory setting
Exit
Settings: English*
français
Español
* Factory setting
Note
ADJUSTING AUDIO AND VIDEO SETTINGS/
SETTING THE LANGUAGE OPTIONS
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Selecting an audio language
preference
The [OSD Language] setting is factory set to [English]. If
you want English to be displayed, it is not necessary to
adjust this setting.
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Changing the Audio Language
(Multi-Language Function) – DVD
Dolby Digital, PCM, and other audio data can be
recorded on DVDs in a number of languages or audio
tracks, letting you choose the desired language or audio.
AUDIO
AUDIO
SETUP
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
For enjoyment of karaoke or similar format Video CDs
and CDs, it is possible to select stereo audio, or either
right or left channel mono depending on the
requirements of the source.
Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to
switch the audio type.
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
Changing Audio Type – Video CD/CD
Audio output changes from [1/L] (Left channel) to
[2/R] (Right channel) to [Stereo].
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
Audio
ENTER
: 1/L
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
¶
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Audio
Press AUDIO repeatedly to select the desired
language.
Audio
: 2/R
: Stereo
Pressing AUDIO once displays the currently selected
language. Subsequent presses rotates through the audio
languages available on the DVD.
Audio
:1
English
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
Audio
O
HELL
:2
Spanish
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
HOLA
Note
With karaoke and other discs, set the appropriate audio type
for singing and accompaniment after referring to information
on the disc jacket or accompanying material.
Notes
• You cannot switch languages if there is only one language
recorded on the disc.
• Switching the audio language may not be possible with
some titles. In this case, the
mark is displayed.
• For some titles, selection can be made using the DVD
menu.
In these cases, press MENU to display the DVD menu
screen and then make your selection.
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Selecting a Subtitle Language
(Multi-Language Subtitles)
– DVD
You can select a desired subtitle language with DVDs
that have subtitle data in multiple languages recorded on
them.
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
SETUP
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
OSD Language – English
Audio Language – English
English
Subtitle Language Japanese
Auto Language - English
French
Spanish
Other
Setup disc’s subtitle language
SETUP Exit
Move
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
The subtitle language that you will normally display can
be selected from the subtitles programmed on a disc.
Even when the subtitle language is changed during
playback by pressing SUBTITLE, the language selected
at this setting will be selected when the disc is changed.
Make changes to the [Subtitle Language] setting in the
Setup screen Language menu.
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
MENU
Selecting a subtitle language
preference
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
Settings: English*
French
Spanish
Other
(For details on how to select other languages,
see ‘When “Other” is selected’ on page 34.)
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
¶
7
RANDOM
8
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
*Factory setting
Press SUBTITLE repeatedly during playback.
Subtitle
:1 English
Subtitle
HELLO!
:2 Spanish
HOLA!
Notes
SETTING THE LANGUAGE OPTIONS
Pressing SUBTITLE once displays the currently selected
subtitle language. Subsequent presses rotates through
the subtitle languages available on the DVD.
• The subtitle language cannot be switched if the subtitle
language is not recorded, or if only one language is
recorded.
• Switching the subtitle language may not be possible with
some discs. In this case, the
mark will be displayed.
• To clear subtitles during playback, press SUBTITLE and
then press CLEAR, or press SUBTITLE until [Off] appears.
• For some discs, subtitle language selection can be made
using the menu on the DVD. In this case, press MENU to
display the DVD menu screen and then make your
selection.
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When “Other” is selected
If you select “Code”, use the cursor
buttons (5/∞) to input the numbers of the
input code.
When you want to select one of the 136 languages as
the main audio language, follow the steps below when
the following screen appears.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to change the
position of the cursor. You can also use the number
buttons to enter the code.
A language code list can be found on page 51.
Code (0~2)
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
OSD Language – English
Audio Language - English
English
Subtitle Language - Japanese
French
Auto Language - Japanese
Spanish
Other
1
0
0
1
Setup audio language
Move
SETUP
Exit
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
To exit the screen without making any changes,
press RETURN.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
1, 2, 3
3
2
5
5
1, 4
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
1
Press ENTER to set the new language.
2
3
Setting Auto Language to control
subtitle and audio language based
on program content
C EAR
Use the cursor buttons to select “Other”
and press ENTER.
The language selection screen appears.
When the Auto Language function is used, foreign
movies are shown with the original audio soundtrack and
subtitles in the language selected in the [Subtitle
Language] menu option. Domestic films are shown with
the original audio soundtrack and no subtitles.
Make changes to the [Auto Language] setting in the
Setup screen Language menu.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Audio Language
List of Languages
Code (0~2)
ja: Japanese
1
0
0
OSD Language – English
Audio Language – English
Subtitle Language – Spanish
Auto Language On
On
Off
Play dialog, etc. in original language
Subtitle ON with foreign audio.
SETUP Exit
Move
1
Setup audio language
RETURN Return
Move
+/–
ENTER Select SETUP Exit
2
3
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select
either “List of Languages” or “Code”.
If you select “List of Languages”, use the
cursor buttons (5/∞) to select the
language.
For languages which are only shown as a code,
please refer to “Language Code List” on page 51.
List of Languages
ja: Japanese
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Settings: On*
Off
* Factory setting
Note
The Auto Language function operates only when this
function is set to [On], and the language set for the [Audio
Language] and [Subtitle Language] settings is the same.
Selecting a DVD menu language
preference Expert
Selecting subtitles, assist subtitles
or no subtitles Expert
In addition to containing different audio languages, DVD
may also contain menu screens in different languages as
well. Setting a DVD language preference, sets the
selected language as a default when DVDs with menu
information in that language are encountered.
Selecting [w/ Subtitle Language] automatically assigns
the language selected in the [Subtitle Language]
setting.
Make changes to the [DVD Language] setting in the
Setup screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu
mode (page 25).
Use this function to turn the subtitles on or off.
Additionally, some DVDs provide assist subtitles that
provide additional explanations of scenes in addition to
the standard subtitles for viewers who are hard of
hearing. Select [Assist Subtitle] to display these
subtitles on DVDs where this function is offered.
Make changes to the [Subtitle Display] setting in the
Setup screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu
mode (page 25).
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
OSD Language – English
Audio Language – English
Subtitle Language – Spanish
Auto Language – On
DVD Language - English
On
Off
Subtitle Display On
Assist Subtitle
Subtitle Off - Selected
Subtitle
SETUP Exit
Move
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
OSD Language – English
Audio Language – English
Subtitle Language Japanese
w/ Subtitle Language
Auto Language - On
English
DVD Language English
French
Subtitle Display - On
Spanish
Subtitle Off - Selected
Other Subtitle
SETUP Exit
Move
Settings: w/ Subtitle Language*
English
French
Spanish
Other
(For details on how to select other languages,
see ‘When “Other” is selected’ on page 34.)
* Factory setting
Notes
* Factory setting
Notes
• If there is no subtitle information recorded on the DVD, no
subtitles are displayed even if this function is set to [On].
• This setting serves as a default as whether or not to display
subtitles. Even if this option is set to [Off], subtitles can be
displayed by pressing SUBTITLE. Similarly, if this option is
set to [On], the subtitles can be turned off by pressing
SUBTITLE and then CLEAR.
Forcing subtitles to be displayed
Expert
This setting allows you to force subtitles to be displayed
with DVDs that do not automatically display them on the
screen.
Select [With Audio] to display the subtitles in the same
language as the currently selected audio language.
Select [Selected Subtitle] to display the subtitles in the
language set in the [Subtitle Language] setting.
Make changes to the [Subtitles Off] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu mode
(page 25).
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
SETTING THE LANGUAGE OPTIONS
• The menu settings may look different from the one shown
above.
• If this function is not effective, the languages that can be
selected may also be selected in the DVD menu. Press
MENU to open the DVD menu and make your selection
accordingly.
Settings: On*
Off
Assist Subtitle
OSD Language – English
Audio Language – English
Subtitle Language – Spanish
Auto Language – On
DVD Language – English
With Audio
Subtitle Display - On
Subtitle Off Selected
Subtitle
Selected Subtitle
SETUP Exit
Move
Settings: With Audio
Selected Subtitle*
* Factory setting
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Advanced
Functions
Entering the password
When you select either [Level Change] or [Password
Change], it is necessary to enter the password (4-digit
code number). Use the following steps at any time you
are asked to enter or confirm your password.
1
This player is compatible with DVD, Video CD, and CD
disc formats. Users already familiar with Video CD or CD
will already be familiar with some of the functions the
player is capable of performing. With DVD, an even
greater number of possibilities and functions are
available.
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) or the
number buttons to select a number
between 0 and 9.
You can also use the number buttons to enter the
numbers directly. When entering your password for
the first time, or changing it, you will be asked to
reenter your password. When using the number
buttons to confirm the password, the numbers
appear as asterisks, and the cursor advances
automatically to the next position.
Note
DVDs differ in content and do not all contain the same
information. Therefore some functions in this section may
not work or have no effect on some DVDs.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Parental Lock: Register Code Number
Setting the Parental Lock
Level
This player lets you set the Parental Lock if the DVD has
a parental lock level recorded on it. With Parental Lock
capable discs, you can block access to material you feel
is inappropriate for your children. Refer to the DVD disc
jacket and the accompanying documentation to see if a
particular disc contains a parental lock level.
Enter 4—Digit Code
Move
+/–
2
RETURN Return
SETUP
Exit
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to move the
cursor to a different position in the
password.
When all four numbers of the passoword have been
entered, ENTER appears on the screen.
Make changes to the [Parental Lock] setting in the
Setup screen General menu. Please note that changes
to the Parental Lock level can only be made when the
player is stopped.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Parental Lock: Register Code Number
1
0
1
9
ENTER
Enter 4—Digit Code
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Menu Mode – Basic
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock Level Change
Password Change
Move
+/–
RETURN Return
SETUP
Exit
Setup viewing restrictions
Move
SETUP
Exit
3
Press ENTER to set the new password.
The password is entered.
Settings: Level Change
(For information, refer to “Setting the
Parental Lock level” on the following page.)
Password Change
(For information, refer to “Changing the
password” on the following page.)
When a DVD with a set Parental Lock level is
loaded
Playback cannot be started until the code number has been
correctly input by using the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) or the
number buttons, and ENTER has been pressed.
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Note
Be sure not to forget your password. If you should forget it,
reset the system, and enter a new password. To reset the
system, see ‘Resetting the Player to System Settings’
(page 48). Please note that this procedure resets the system,
and clears all saved settings, not just the password.
Setting the Parental Lock level
Changing the password
Change the Parental Lock level to a higher or lower level
according to the settings printed on the DVD disc jacket
or accompanying documentation. If you use the
Condition Memory function to save the settings for a
particular disc, the Parental Lock level is saved as well.
Because it is saved in memory, Parental Lock levels can
be set for individual discs according to their content
rather than a set level for all DVDs.
Change your password whenever you feel it is
necessary. However, if you forget your existing
password, you cannot enter this screen to change it.
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Menu Mode – Basic
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock Level Change
Password Change
Setup viewing restrictions
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Move
Parental Lock: Level Change
Level 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RETURN Return
1
2
ENTER
Select
SETUP
1
Exit
SETUP
Exit
Select [Password Change] in the [Parental
Lock] setting.
The screen changes to the password input screen.
To enter the password, refer to ‘Entering the
password’ on the previous page.
If you have not yet set a password, you cannot
select this setting. Establish a password by
selecting [Level Change] first.
Select [Level Change] in the [Parental
Lock] setting.
The screen changes to the password input screen.
If you have not yet set a password, you will be
asked to do so at this time. To enter the password,
refer to “Entering the password” on the previous
page.
2
Use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) or the
number buttons to enter the new
password.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the
Parental Lock level.
3
When the new password has been
entered, press ENTER.
The lock icons appear [unlocked] up to the
selected level to indicate that access is available.
3
Select
8
Set Parental Lock
Move
ENTER
Press ENTER to set the new level.
The new Parental Lock level is set and the screen
returns to the General menu screen. To go back to
the General menu screen without making any
changes, press RETURN.
The new password is set and the screen returns to
the General menu screen. To go back to the
General menu screen without making any changes,
press RETURN.
Changing the Background
Color of the Screen Expert
Audio1 Audio2 Video Language General
Setup Menu Mode – Expert
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock – Level 8
Background Color Black
Blue
Move
SETUP
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
You can select a blue or black background to appear
when the player is in the stop mode.
Make changes to the [Background Color] setting in the
Setup screen General menu in the [Expert] menu mode
(page 25).
Exit
Settings: Black
Blue*
*Factory setting
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Still Frame/Slow Play/Frame
Advance Playback – DVD/Video CD
The video images on DVD and Video CD can be viewed
as a still frame, played back at slow speeds and even
advanced frame by frame.
LAST
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
When viewing a DVD, if the paused picture shakes,
select the [Field] setting in the Setup screen Video
menu [Still Picture] setting as described in the section
on page 29.
To return to normal playback
When viewing a still frame playback, pressing PAUSE 8
or PLAY 3 restores normal playback operation.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
PLAY 3
Viewing slow playback
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
e STEP/SLOW E
Press PAUSE 8.
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
SETUP
¶
Viewing a still frame
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV
PAUSE 8
FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
¶
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Press and hold STEP/SLOW E during
playback.
• Slow playback is engaged.
• During slow playback, the speed of playback can be
adjusted from 1/2 normal playback speed to 1/16
normal playback speed in four steps using
STEP/SLOW e and E.
1/16 – 1/8 – 1/4 – 1/2
Press and hold STEP/SLOW e during DVD
playback.
• Slow playback in the reverse direction is engaged.
• In the reverse direction, the playback speed cannot be
adjusted.
To return to normal playback
When viewing still frames or slow playback, pressing
PLAY 3 restores normal playback operation.
Frame by frame advance playback:
Viewing one frame at a time
1
Press PAUSE 8.
2
Press STEP/SLOW e or E.
STEP/SLOW E: The picture advances one frame each
time the button is pressed.
STEP/SLOW e: The picture backs up a DVD a few
frames each time the button is
pressed.
To return to normal playback
When viewing frame by frame playback, pressing
PLAY 3 restores normal playback operation.
Notes
• There is no sound when viewing still frames or slow
playback, or when advancing one frame at a time.
• Still frame, slow play, or frame advance playback may not
be possible with certain titles. In this case, the
mark is
displayed.
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Searching for a Title, Chapter,
Track, or Location on a Disc
1
The type of search changes which each press as
follows.
– DVD/Video CD/CD
3 Title
This player offers different ways of accessing the
information on a DVD, Video CD, or CD. Using SEARCH
MODE, you can search for titles or chapters on a DVD,
tracks on a Video CD or CD, and even select the point in
time to start playback.
LAST
MEMORY
Off 2
2
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
¶
5
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
3
3
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
4
5
7
8
3
CLEAR
6
+10
9
0
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Press the number button(s) of the desired
title, chapter or track or of the specific time
where you would like to begin playback.
Press PLAY 3.
Playback of the selected title, chapter or track
starts. When a time search is performed, playback
begins at the appointed time.
¶
RANDOM
Time 2
When performing a time search:
• To select 21 minutes, 43 seconds, press
2, 1, 4, and 3.
• To select 1 hour, 14 minutes, press 7, 4, 0,
and 0.
RETURN
¶
3 Chapter/Track
• To select number 3, press 3.
• To select number 10, press 1 and 0
• To select number 87, press 8 and 7.
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
DISPLAY
2
Press SEARCH MODE repeatedly to select
the type of search.
1
Notes
• For some discs, selection can be made using the top menu
on the DVD. In this case, press TOP MENU to display the
menu screen and then make your selection.
• With some DVDs, the search operation may not be
possible and may stop shortly after being performed. In
this case, the
mark is displayed.
• Time search is not possible with CDs.
• When performing DVD time search, playback may start
from a slightly different time than that specified.
• Time search is not possible during when the disc is
stopped.
• Search using time search is not possible during PBC
playback of Video CDs.
• Press the number buttons while the disc is stopped to
select a title number.
• Press the number buttons while the disc is playing to
select a chapter or track.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
To perform a direct title or chapter/track
search using the number buttons
Note
Direct search cannot be performed for title, chapter, or track
numbers 20 or higher. To search for titles, chapters, or tracks
with numbers 20 or higher, use the title or chapter/track
search procedures using SEARCH MODE as described on
this page.
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Repeat Play – DVD/Video CD/CD
You can repeat an entire title, chapter or track, or just a
part.
AUDIO
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
SETUP
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
REPEAT
REPEAT
A-B
Repeat play of a specified section
Press REPEAT A–B at the beginning and end of
the section you want to repeat.
• When REPEAT A–B is pressed a second time, the
disc returns to the location where REPEAT A–B was
pressed first and plays the selected section
repeatedly.
• You can only perform A–B repeat within the same
title, chapter, or track.
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
To cancel A–B repeat play
PLAY 3
Press CLEAR. Playback continues, but the repeat
function is canceled.
CLEAR
¶
8
7
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Return to a specified location on a
disc
1
Press REPEAT A–B at the desired location.
2
When you want to return to the specified
location, press PLAY 3.
Repeat play of a chapter/track
Press REPEAT once during playback of the
chapter or track you want to repeat.
To clear the specified location
Press CLEAR to cancel repeat play or to clear the
specified location that was set using REPEAT A–B.
Notes
Repeat play of a title
Press REPEAT twice during playback of the
title you want to repeat.
• With DVDs, the title continues playing until the end,
and then playback starts once more from the
beginning of that title.
• With CDs and Video CDs, a disc is considered a single
title, so the entire disc is repeated.
To repeat a program
Press REPEAT once during program playback to repeat
the program.
To cancel repeat play
Press CLEAR. Playback continues, but the repeat
function is canceled.
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• With some DVD discs, there may be times when repeat
playback is not possible. In these cases, the
mark will
appear on the screen.
• With Video CDs, repeat play is not possible when the menu
is displayed (PBC playback). To perform repeat play, start
playback without displaying a menu by pressing the track
number to be repeated when the disc is stopped, and then
press REPEAT.
• If you switch camera angle during repeat play, repeat play
is cancelled
Random Play – DVD/Video CD/CD
Play titles, chapters, or tracks on a disc in random order.
AUDIO
SETUP
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
Press RANDOM once, then press ENTER or
PLAY 3.
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
Random playback of chapters
within one title – DVD
“Random Chapter” appears on the screen, and
chapters within the title will be played back in random
order.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
5
PREV 4
4
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
¶
7
RANDOM
RANDOM
8
NEXT ¢
PLAY 3
CLEAR
Random playback of titles
Press RANDOM twice, then press ENTER or
PLAY 3.
“Random Title” appears on the screen, and titles will
be played back in random order.
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Random playback of tracks
–Video CD/CD
Press RANDOM.
“Random” appears on the screen, and random playback
begins.
To change titles, chapters, or tracks during
random play
• Press NEXT ¢ and the next randomly selected track
starts playing.
• Press PREV 4 and playback of the current track
starts again from the beginning.
To stop random play
Notes
• With Video CDs, random play is not possible during
playback when the menu is displayed (PBC playback). To
perform random play, start playback without displaying a
menu by pressing a track number button while in the stop
mode, and then press RANDOM.
• Random play of programmed chapters/tracks is not
possible.
• In the case of DVDs, random playback may not be possible
with some discs.
• Repeat playback of random playback is not possible. In
these cases, the
mark will appear on the screen.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Press CLEAR. This returns you to normal playback of
chapters/tracks in order from the chapter/track currently
playing.
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Playback in a Desired Order
(Program Play) – DVD/Video CD/CD
4
The titles and chapters within a title on a DVD and
similarly the tracks on a Video CD or CD can be arranged
to play in the order you want.
In the program window, use the number
buttons to enter the numbers of the titles
or chapters in the order you want to
program them in.
• To program DVD titles/chapters 9, 7, and 18 in
order, press 9, 7, +10 and 8.
Programming DVDs
Program Chapter Program Title
Program Chapter Program Title
A program with a maximum of 24 steps can be
memorized.
Current:
Title
Title
7 Chapter 1
Current:
09 07 18
09 07 18
Program Memory – Off
Program Memory – Off
LAST
MEMORY
Move
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
5
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
2, 3
5
5
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
STOP 7
5
3
4
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
CLEAR
8
RANDOM
PROGRAM
Exit
Move
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Press ENTER or PLAY 3.
To program a pause in a program
Press PAUSE 8 instead of a number button.
¶
7
Play
5
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
ENTER
• Playback starts in the set order.
• Press PROGRAM to return to the previous
display. The program will not begin until PLAY 3
is pressed.
ENTER
2
2(/20)
Title
1 (Chapter 1~ 18)
“8” appears on the screen and the pause can be
programmed.
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
A pause cannot be programmed as the first or last
position in a program, and two or more pauses cannot
be programmed in succession.
1
To delete a number:
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞/2/3) to highlight the
incorrect number and then press CLEAR.
1
The number is deleted. If the number was before
another number, the later numbers are reordered
automatically.
Press PROGRAM.
The Program screen appears.
Current:
Title
Title
7 Chapter 1
Current:
Title
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞/2/3) to highlight the
number to be placed after the new number and then
press the number button(s) of the number to be
inserted.
2(/20)
1 (Chapter 1~ 18)
Program Memory – Off
Program Memory – Off
Move
To insert a number:
Program Chapter Program Title
Program Chapter Program Title
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Move
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
The new number is inserted before the previously
selected number.
To stop program play
2
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select
either Chapter or Title program.
3
Once the program type is selected. Use the
cursor button (∞) to enter the program
window.
When [Program Chapter] is selected, you must
also select what title the chapters to be
programmed are in. Use the cursor button (5) to
highlight “Title” and then use the number buttons
to enter the title number to be used.
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Press STOP 7.
Notes
• When programming chapters, chapters not programmed
may appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction.
• Programming may not be possible with certain DVD discs.
On these types of discs, the
mark will appear on the
screen when programming is attempted.
• Only chapters within the same title can be programmed
during chapter programming.
Programming Video CDs, CDs
Additional programming options
A program with a maximum of 24 steps can be
memorized.
– DVD/Video CD/CD
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
To confirm the contents of a program:
On a CD or Video CD track program, press PROGRAM
to confirm. The program screen displays the current
program.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
3
2
5
5
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
5
Cursor
buttons
∞
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
CLEAR
¶
RANDOM
On a DVD, select the program type (title or chapter) with
the cursor buttons (2/3). The current DVD title or
chapter program can then be confirmed on the
appropriate program screen.
3
¶
2
After you have made a program, it is then possible to
confirm, add, or clear the contents of the program.
To add to a program:
1 Press PROGRAM.
2 Press a number button to add a new title, chapter, or
track at the end of the program.
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
3 Press PROGRAM to exit the program screen.
1
To delete a program:
1 Press PROGRAM.
1
2 Select the program with the cursor buttons (2/3),
then press CLEAR.
3 Press PROGRAM to exit the program screen.
Press PROGRAM.
The program screen appears. When a Video CD or
CD is loaded, the cursor appears in the program
window.
Program Track
1(/10)
0.00
Current: Track
Total Time
Move
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Use the number buttons to enter the
numbers of the tracks in the order you
want to program them in.
• To program tracks 9, 7, and 18 in order, press 9,
7, +10 and 8.
• To edit the program, refer to the procedures on
the previous page.
3
• The complete program will be deleted even if the disc tray
is open.
• Pressing CLEAR when the disc is stopped will clear all
programs.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
2
ENTER
Notes
Press ENTER or PLAY 3.
• Playback starts in the specified track order.
• To stop the program play, press STOP 7.
Notes
• To program a pause, or to add or delete a number, refer to
the procedures for programming DVDs on page 42.
• You cannot program when playing a Video CD using menu
selections (during PBC).
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To make a program of your favorite parts of a
disc as it plays – DVD/Video CD/CD
With this player, it is possible to make a program as you
watch a DVD or Video CD or while listening to a CD.
Press and hold PROGRAM for at least 2
seconds at any point during playback of a title,
chapter, or track you want to program, and it
will be made into or added to a program
without displaying a Program screen. When a
title, chapter, or track is successfully added to
the program, it is shown momentarily in the
display as well as its position in the program.
07 3 Program 03
Chapter
To erase a program saved in memory – DVD
The player erases programs in chronological order when
the maximum number of programs that can be held in
memory is exceeded. To prevent the player from erasing
older programs that you may still use regularly, or when
you don’t want to use a program anymore, it is possible
to manually erase programs stored in memory.
1
Load a DVD that has a program stored in
memory.
2
Press PROGRAM.
The program screen appears.
3
Use the cursor button (∞) to highlight
[Program Memory] and use the cursor
buttons (3/∞) to select [Off].
4
Press ENTER.
The program is cleared from memory.
To confirm the contents of a program:
Press PROGRAM.
Notes
• When using this function to program DVDs, the program
being created corresponds to the Program screen (chapter
or title) that appears when PROGRAM is pressed. Be sure
to check that the appropriate program type is selected.
• You cannot make a program containing chapters in
different titles.
To save a program in memory – DVD
This player can memorize the programs on up to 24
DVDs. By turning the [Program Memory] to [On], the
player will save your program and recall it the next time
you use the same DVD. When the program memory
exceeds 24, programs will be erased in chronological
order from the oldest program in memory.
1
Use the cursor button (∞) to highlight
[Program Memory] and use the cursor
button (3) to select [On].
Program Chapter Program Title
Current:
Title
7 Chapter 1
1 (Chapter 1 ~ 49)
Title
09 07 18
Program Memory On
Off
Move
2
PROGRAM
Exit
Press ENTER.
The program is saved in memory.
Note
When a DVD with a program stored in memory is loaded,
program playback may start automatically.
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Continuing Playback from a
Specified Location (Last
Memory) – DVD/Video CD
The Last Memory function is convenient when you want
to continue viewing a disc from the point where you
were watching before. Unlike the resume function, the
Last Memory function is effective even if the DVD is
removed from the player (Last Memory locations saved
for Video CDs are effective only if the disc remains
loaded in the player).
Memorizing a Last Memory
location to return to later
1
The “LAST MEMO” indicator lights on the player.
2
AUDIO
SETUP
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
Press to turn the power to standby, or
stop playback with STOP 7.
Once memorized, the memorized point will be
recalled even if the power is turned off, or if the
disc is ejected. Points on up to 5 discs can be
memorized, and those points are recalled the next
time any of the discs are played back.
• A Last Memory point can be memorized for only
one Video CD at a time as the function is only
effective until the Video CD is removed from the
player.
LAST
MEMORY
LAST
MEMORY
Press LAST MEMORY during play.
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
STOP 7
¶
PLAY 3
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
CLEAR
¶
7
RANDOM
8
Resuming playback from where
LAST MEMORY was pressed
1
Load a disc that has a Last Memory point
memorized.
Some DVDs will start playback automatically when
loaded. In this case, press STOP 7 to stop
playback.
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
2
Press LAST MEMORY while in the stop
mode.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
The disc begins playback at the memorized point.
• Last Memory mode may not function for some
DVDs.
• If you register more than five DVDs, details of the
latest disc are memorized, while details of the
least recent disc (the disc you registered first) is
erased.
• Even with a disc you have memorized with Last
Memory, playback begins at the start of the disc
if you press PLAY 3.
• This function is for playback of DVDs or Video
CDs only. You cannot use it with CDs.
To clear the Last Memory location
Call up the Last Memory location by pressing LAST
MEMORY. Then press CLEAR while “Last Memory” is
still being displayed on the screen.
The “LAST MEMO” indicator disappears from the
display.
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Memorizing Settings for Often
Viewed DVDs (Condition
Memory) – DVD
You can store in memory settings for DVDs you often
watch. Settings remain in memory even if you remove
the disc from the player, or switch power to the player to
standby. If you load a disc that has its settings
memorized, “CONDITION” appears in the display.
When you start playing the disc, the memorized settings
are automatically recalled.
CONDITION
MEMORY
AUDIO
SETUP
OPEN/
CLOSE
LAST
MEMORY
CONDITION
MEMORY
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
MENU
RETURN
DISPLAY
¶
5
¶
ENTER
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
9
0
CLEAR
¶
8
7
RANDOM
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Press CONDITION MEMORY during playback.
Settings are memorized for the disc currently playing.
The following six settings are memorized:
Picture Quality (page 29)
OSD Position (page 29)
Multi-Angle (page 30)
Multi-language (page 32)
Multi-Language subtitles (page 33)
Parental Lock Level (page 36)
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When a disc that has memorized settings is
loaded
“Condition Memory” will appear on the screen, and
the previously memorized settings will be selected.
Erasing the recorded contents
Load a disc that has memorized settings, and press
CLEAR while “Condition Memory” is being displayed.
The disc’s recorded data will be erased.
Notes
• Settings are stored in memory for use any time.
• You can store settings for up to 15 DVDs in
memory. If you memorize settings for more than 15
DVDs, previously memorized settings are erased in
chronological order from the least recently
memorized. Subsequently, if you load a disc with
erased settings, the settings of the most recently
played disc are used.
• If you make changes to any of the settings
memorized in Condition Memory, press
CONDITION MEMORY during playback to
memorize new settings.
• Switching of the multi-language mode etc., is
automatic on some discs.
Viewing Disc Information
The display changes for each type of disc as follows
each time the button is pressed.
– DVD/Video CD/CD
Use DISPLAY to get current information about the disc
currently loaded. You can get information about the titles
and chapters on a DVD or tracks on a Video CD or CD.
When viewing DVDs, you can also check the digital
bitstream transmission rate.
LAST
MEMORY
TITLE information:
Play
Title
2–1
–0.05/
0.24
0.29
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
REPEAT
SETUP
MENU
TOP MENU
REPEAT
A-B
«
CHAPTER information:
RETURN
¶
5
¶
ENTER
Play
Chapter
1–1
1.19/
1.19
2.18
3
5
5
2
NEXT
PREV
¢
4
∞
5
¶
PLAY 3
PAUSE 8
¶
STOP 7
2
3
CLEAR
4
5
6
+10
7
8
9
0
«
¶
RANDOM
Top Row: title and
chapter number, elapsed
time of current title
Bottom Row: time in
current chapter, total
time of chapter
¶
eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV FWD ¡
1
Top Row: title and chapter
number, elapsed time of
current title
Bottom Row: remaining
time in title, total time of
title
OPEN/
CLOSE
CONDITION
MEMORY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DVD
CHAPTER information:
PROGRAM SEARCH MODE
Î
Play
Chapter
1–1
–0.59/
1.19
2.18
Top Row: title and
chapter number, elapsed
time of current title
Bottom Row: remaining
time in current chapter,
total time of chapter
Press DISPLAY during while a disc is playing.
Press DISPLAY repeatedly to change the
information being displayed.
«
Play
Tr. Rate :
1–1
1.32
8.9
The disc information is displayed superimposed over the
video image on the screen.
When you release the button, the information
disappears.
Top Row: title and
chapter number, total
elapsed time of DVD
Bottom Row: bitstream
transmission rate level
«
Display off
Note
Depending on the format and type of disc being used, not all
screens may be displayed.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Press and hold DISPLAY to display the time
remaining on the disc.
Data transmission rate
information:
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CD
Track Information:
Play
Track
1
–3.29/
0.03
3.32
Top Row: current track
number, track time
Bottom Row: remaining
time of current track, and
total time of track
Press DISPLAY during while a disc is stopped to
display DVD title and chapter information or Video
CD and CD track information. Press DISPLAY again to
turn the display off.
Information about the titles and chapters or tracks on a
disc is displayed. When the information exceeds the
space on the screen, use the cursor buttons
(2/3) to move to other screens.
DVD
«
DVD information
Disc information:
Play
All
1/2
–6.15/
0.15
6.32
Information: DVD
Title
Top Row: current track
number, total number of
tracks on CD, total elapsed
time of CD
01
02
03
04
05
Chapter
1~ 1
1~ 1
1~ 1
1~ 1
1~ 1
Title
06
07
08
09
1/1
Chapter
1~ 1
1~ 1
1~ 1
1~ 4
DISPLAY
When a DVD is loaded,
each title and the number
of chapters within each
title is displayed.
Exit
Bottom Row: remaining time
of CD, total time of CD
CD and Video CD
«
Display off
Total Time
Track
Time
Video CD (with PBC disabled)
Disc information:
Play
All
5/10
–2.38/
20.19
22.57
Top Row: current track
number, total number of
tracks, total elapsed time of
Video CD
Bottom Row: remaining time
of Video CD, total time of
Video CD
«
Track information:
Play
Track
5
2.38/
20.19
4.40
Top Row: current track
number, total elapsed time of
Video CD
Bottom Row: track time,
total time of track
«
Track information:
Play
Track
5
–2.02/
20.19
4.40
CD and Video CD
information
Information: Compact Disc
Top Row: current track
number, total elapsed time of
Video CD
Bottom Row: remaining time
of track, total time of track
«
Display off
Note
When playing Video CDs in PBC mode or unfinalized CD-Rs
not all the above information is displayed.
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01
02
6.30
3.32
2.58
1/1
DISPLAY
Exit
When a CD or Video CD is
loaded, the total time of
the disc and the time of
each track on the disc is
displayed.
Resetting the Player to System
Settings
To reset the player, press and hold 7 (stop) on the front
panel when pressing STANDBY/ON to turn the unit
from standby to on .
All program memory, saved settings from functions such
as Last Memory and Condition Memory are cleared, and
all Setup screen menus are returned to factory settings.
Additional
Information
After using discs, store them upright
After playing a disc, always remove it from the player
and return it to its jacket. Then store it standing upright
away from heat and humidity.
• Store discs carefully. If you store discs at an angle, or
stacked on top of each other, discs may become
warped even when in their jackets.
• Do not leave discs in locations such as the seat of a
car, which may become excessively hot.
Disc Care
CAUTION WHEN USING THE DISC
How to hold discs
All rights reserved.
Unauthorized public performance, broadcasting or
copying is a violation of applicable laws.
When loading or removing
discs, try not to touch their
playing surfaces.
Notes on using optical cables
Cleaning
Fingerprints or other dirt on the disc may affect sound
and picture quality.
To clean your discs, use a soft clean cloth to wipe them.
If necessary, moisten a soft cloth with diluted neutral
detergent to remove heavy dirt or fingerprints.
Do not wipe in a circular
direction (Concentric
scratches in the disc groove
tend to cause noise.)
• Do not route cords around sharp
angles. When storing, wind the cords
so that they have a diameter of at least
15 cm (6 in.) dia.
15 cm (6 in.).
or more
• When connecting, push all the way
into the terminal.
• Do not use cords with a length of over
3 m.
• If moisture or dust has collected on the plug, wipe it
with a soft cloth before connecting.
Gently wipe from the
inside toward the outer
edge.
Discs must not be cleaned with record cleaning sprays,
or static prevention sprays, etc. Also do not use volatile
liquids such as benzine, or thinner, etc.
Lens cleaner
Never play cracked or warped discs
The disc revolves in the player at high speed when it is
played. Never play a cracked,
scratched or warped disc. This may
damage the player or cause it to
malfunction.
Never use discs with special shapes
CD’s with special shapes (heart-shaped CDs, octagonal
CDs, etc.) cannot be played on this
set.
Attempting to do so may damage the
set. Do not use such CDs.
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS/
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The player's pickup lens should not become dirty in
normal use, but if for some reason it should malfunction
due to soiling, contact your nearest PIONEER authorized
service center. Lens cleaners are commercially available,
but special care should be exercised in their use since
some may cause damage to the lens.
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For Proper and Long Use of
This Unit
Do not move the unit during playback
During playback, the disc rotates at high speed. Do NOT
lift or move the unit during playback. Doing so may
damage the disc.
When moving the unit
When changing places of installation or packing the unit
for moving, be sure to remove the disc and return the
disc table to its original position in the player. Then,
press STANDBY/ON and switch the power to
standby. Check that the “--OFF--” indication on the
display goes off, then disconnect the power cord.
Moving this unit with the disc loaded may result in
damage to this unit.
Installation
• Select a stable place to the side of a TV set or stereo
system to be connected to the unit.
• When using the unit with a stereo system, install the
speakers a little bit away from the TV.
• Do NOT install the unit on top of a TV or color monitor.
Install the unit away from equipment that may be
affected by magnetism, such as a cassette deck.
• Do NOT place objects on top of the unit.
Avoid installing in a place that is:
• Exposed to direct sunlight
• Exposed to humidity or where ventilation is poor
• Extremely hot or cold
• Exposed to vibration
• Exposed to dust
• Exposed to oily smoke, steam or heat (for example, a
kitchen)
Do not block vents
Do NOT use the player on top of a long-fibered carpet,
bed or sofa, and do not cover it with a cloth, etc. This
will prevent heat radiation and could result in damage.
Avoid heat
Do NOT place the unit on equipment which generates
heat, such as an amplifier.
When installing the unit in a rack, place it on the lowest
shelf possible (however, not where it is exposed to dust)
and separated from the amplifier to avoid the heat
generated by the amplifier or other audio equipment.
CAUTION: WHEN PLACING THE UNIT IN A
STEREO RACK WITH GLASS DOORS
Be sure there is ample space between the unit and
the glass doors when opening the disc table using
the remote control. If the disc table opens against
strong resistance, such as a closed glass door,
damage to the unit may result.
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Condensation
Moisture may form in the operating section of the player
if the player is brought from cool surroundings into a
warm room or if the temperature of the room rises
suddenly. When this happens, the player’s performance
will be impaired.
To prevent this, let the player stand in its new
surroundings for about an hour before switching it on, or
make sure that the room temperature rises gradually.
Condensation may also form during the summer if the
player is exposed to
the breeze from an air
conditioner. In such
cases, change the
location of the player.
Switch POWER to STANDBY when not using
the unit
Depending on the strength of the TV or radio broadcast
signal, having the TV or radio on while
power to the unit is on may result in
stripes on the TV screen or noise.
However, this is not a malfunction of
this unit or the TV or radio. In such a
case, switch the power of the unit to
standby.
Power-cord caution
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord
when your hands are wet as this could cause a short
circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of
furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the cord.
Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords.
The power cords should be routed in such a way that
they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power
cord can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock.
Check the power cord once in a while. When you find it
damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service
center or your dealer for a replacement.
Cleaning the player
To clean the PLAYER, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. For
stubborn dirt, wet a soft cloth with a mild detergent
solution made by diluting one part detergent to 5 or 6
parts water, wring well, then wipe off the dirt. Also use a
dry cloth to wipe the surface dry. Do not use volatile
liquids such as benzene and thinner which are harmful to
the unit.
Language Code List
Language codes are used when setting the audio and
subtitle language preferences (page 34).
Language
Input-code
Language
Input-code
Language
Input-code
Japanese (ja)
1001
Gujarati (gu)
0721
Rhaeto-Romance (rm)
1813
English (en)
French (fr)
0514
0618
Hausa (ha)
Hindi (hi)
0801
0809
Kirundi (rn)
Romanian (ro)
1814
1815
German (de)
Italian (it)
0405
0920
Croatian (hr)
Hungarian (hu)
0818
0821
Kinyarwanda (rw)
Sanskrit (sa)
1823
Spanish (es)
0519
Armenian (hy)
0825
Sindhi (sd)
Chinese (zh)
Dutch (nl)
2608
1412
Interlingua (ia)
Interlingue (ie)
0901
0905
Sangho (sg)
Serbo-Croatian (sh)
Portuguese (pt)
Swedish (sv)
1620
Inupiak (ik)
Indonesian (in)
0911
Sinhalese (si)
Slovak (sk)
Russian (ru)
Korean (ko)
Greek (el)
1922
1821
1115
Icelandic (is)
Hebrew (iw)
0914
0919
0923
1009
1023
1101
1111
1112
Shona (sn)
Javanese (jw)
Georgian (ka)
Kazakh (kk)
Greenlandic (kl)
Arabic (ar)
Assamese (as)
Aymara (ay)
0118
0119
0125
Cambodian (km)
Kannada (kn)
Kashmiri (ks)
1113
1114
1119
Sesotho (st)
Sundanese (su)
Swahili (sw)
Azerbaijani (az)
Bashkir (ba)
Byelorussian (be)
Bulgarian (bg)
0126
0201
0205
Kurdish (ku)
Kirghiz (ky)
Latin (la)
Lingala (ln)
1121
1125
1201
Tamil (ta)
Telugu (te)
Tajik (tg)
Thai (th)
0215
0218
0301
0315
0319
0325
0401
0426
0515
0520
0521
0601
0609
0610
0615
0625
0701
0704
0712
0714
Malagasy (mg)
Maori (mi)
Macedonian (mk)
Malayalam (ml)
Mongolian (mn)
Moldavian (mo)
Marathi (mr)
Malay (ms)
Maltese (mt)
Burmese (my)
Nauru (na)
Nepali (ne)
Norwegian (no)
Occitan (oc)
Oromo (om)
Oriya (or)
Panjabi (pa)
Polish (pl)
Pashto, Pushto (ps)
Quechua (qu)
1307
1309
1311
1312
1314
1315
1318
1319
1320
1325
1401
1405
1415
1503
1513
1518
1601
1612
1619
1721
Somali (so)
Albanian (sq)
Serbian (sr)
Siswati (ss)
Tigrinya (ti)
Turkmen (tk)
Tagalog (tl)
Setswana (tn)
Tonga (to)
Turkish (tr)
Tsonga (ts)
Tatar (tt)
Twi (tw)
Ukrainian (uk)
Urdu (ur)
Uzbek (uz)
Vietnamese (vi)
Volapük (vo)
Wolof (wo)
Xhosa (xh)
Yoruba (yo)
Zulu (zu)
1918
1919
1920
1921
1923
2001
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2012
2014
2015
2018
2019
2020
2023
2111
2118
2126
2209
2215
2315
2408
2515
2621
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Tibetan (bo)
Breton (br)
Catalan (ca)
Corsican (co)
Czech (cs)
Welsh (cy)
Danish (da)
Bhutani (dz)
Esperanto (eo)
Estonian (et)
Basque (eu)
Persian (fa)
Finnish (fi)
Fiji (fj)
Faroese (fo)
Frisian (fy)
Irish (ga)
Scots-Gaelic (gd)
Galician (gl)
Guarani (gn)
Laothian (lo)
Lithuanian (lt)
Latvian (lv)
1911
1914
1915
1917
Yiddish (ji)
Bihari (bh)
Bislama (bi)
Bengali (bn)
1908
1909
1912
1913
0512
0101
0102
0106
0113
1214
1215
1220
1222
1907
Slovenian (sl)
Samoan (sm)
Afar (aa)
Abkhazian (ab)
Afrikaans (af)
Amharic (am)
0207
0208
0209
0214
1901
1904
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Troubleshooting
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and
malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong
with this component, check the points below.
Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component.
Inspect the other components and electrical appliances
being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after
exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest
PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer to
carry out repair work.
The disc table comes back out automatically, shortly
after the disc table is closed.
The disc is dirty or warped.
\ Refer to ‘Disc Care’ (page 49).
The disc is not placed properly on the disc table.
\ Use the disc table guide to align the disc (page 20).
Region number does not conform with this unit.
\ If the region number on the disc does not match
the number on the player, the disc cannot be used
(page 55).
There is condensation on the operating section of the
player.
\ Allow time for condensation to evaporate. If player
is near an air conditioning unit, you should move
the player (page 50).
Playback is not possible.
The disc has been loaded upside down.
\ Check that the disc has been loaded with the label
side facing up.
mark appears on screen.
The selected function does not operate for that disc.
mark appears on screen.
The operation is prohibited by the player.
Picture playback stops and the operation buttons
cannot be used.
Player malfunctions.
\ Stop disc playback (press STOP 7), then start
playback again.
New settings made in the Setup screen menus while
a disc is playing are ineffective.
Some settings can be changed while a disc is playing,
but are not effective. This is not a malfunction.
\ Make the same setting when the player is
stopped.
\ Stop disc playback (press STOP 7), then start
playback again. When playback is resumed, the
new settings should be in effect. Please note that
making settings in the Setup screen menus may
cancel the resume function.
When making changes in the Setup screen menus,
is displayed.
There is a Video CD or CD loaded in the player and the
setting that was changed only applies to DVD
performance.
\ The setting will be effective the next time a DVD
is loaded.
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Settings are canceled.
When the power is turned off by power failure or by
unplugging the power cord, settings will be canceled.
\ Before unplugging the power cord, press
STANDBY/ON and check that “--OFF--”
disappears in the display.
No picture.
The rear panel’s VIDEO OUT SELECT switch setting
is not correct.
\ Check that the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch is set
to the correct position for the monitor connection
you are using (page 16).
Connection is incorrect.
\ Check that cord connections are correct and that
plugs are firmly connected.
Operation (settings) of TV or AV amplifier is not
appropriate.
\ Be sure that your TV, receiver, or amplifier is set
up to view DVD playback.
The screen is stretched or aspect does not change.
The multi aspect setting is not appropriate.
\ Change the aspect setting in the [TV Screen]
setting in the Setup screen Video menu to the
screen type most appropriate to the TV or monitor
you are using (page 28).
Picture disturbance during playback or dark.
This is not a malfunction.
\ This player is compatible with Macro-Vision
System copy guard. Some discs include a copy
prevention signal, and when this type of disc is
played back, stripes etc., may appear on some
sections of the picture depending on the TV.
When recorded on a VCR or passed through an AV
selector, there is disturbance in the playback picture.
This is not a malfunction.
\ Due to the player’s copy protection circuits,
connection of this device through a VCR or an AV
selector may prevent recording or cause picture
problems.
Remote control operation is not possible.
The rear panel control input jack on the player is being
used.
\ Point the remote control at the component that
the player is connected to (page 16).
The remote control is too far from the player, or the
angle with the remote sensor is too wide.
\ Be sure to operate the remote from a location
within its operating range (page 8).
The batteries are exhausted.
\ Replace the exhausted batteries with all new
batteries (page 8).
Audio is not output or is distorted.
The Setup screen Audio 1 menu [96 kHz PCM Out]
setting is set to [96 kHz]. Digital output is prohibited
on some discs.
\ Be sure to make analog audio connections as well
as digital connections (page 15).
The disc is dirty.
\ Refer to ‘Disc Care’ (page 49).
The connection plugs are not inserted fully into the
terminals or are not connected.
\ Check that all connection plugs are firmly inserted.
The connection plug or terminal is dirty.
\ Check that the plugs and terminals are wiped
clean of dirt, etc.
Audio cable connection is wrong.
\ Check to make sure that the audio cables are
connected correctly (page 15).
Connection is made to the stereo amplifier‘s PHONO
input terminal.
\ Change connection to any input terminal except
PHONO.
The pause mode is engaged.
\ Press PLAY 3 or PAUSE 8 to exit the pause
mode.
Stereo amplifier operation is incorrect.
\ Check input (CD, AUX, etc.) selector to determine
if it is selected for DVD playback.
The DVD or CD is recorded in DTS audio.
\ DTS audio is only output from the digital output
jacks. Connect the digital output on the player to
the digital input on a receiver or amplifier with a
built in DTS decoder to hear DTS audio.
Noticeable difference in DVD and CD volume.
DVDs and CDs use different recording methods.
\ This is not a malfunction.
Caution
Static electricity or other external influence may cause
malfunctioning of this unit. In this case, unplugging
the power cord and then re-plugging it in will usually
reset the unit for proper operation. If this does not
correct the problem, please consult your nearest
PIONEER service center.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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Terms
DTS
Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height ratio of TV
screens. The ratio of a standard TV is 4:3, while the ratio
of a high-definition or wide TV is 16:9. The latter allows
you to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective.
Chapter number
Chapter numbers are the numbers assigned to sections
of a title on the disc, similar to chapters in a book. If the
disc includes chapter numbers, you can locate the
section you want very quickly using search and other
functions.
Component (color difference) video output
The color signal of the TV is divided into the luminance
(Y) signal and the color (PB and PR) signals and then
output. In this way mutual interference of each signal is
avoided. On a TV with component input jacks, these
signals are synthesized to produce the picture.
Condition memory
“Condition” refers to the various mode settings, etc. On
this player, various conditions, such as those set during
playback, can be memorized. This function allows you to
play back the same disc at any time without having to
redo your preferred settings.
DTS stands for Digital Theater System. DTS is a
surround system different from Dolby Digital that has
become a popular surround sound format for movies. In
order to enjoy the benefits of DTS encoded discs, the
digital output jack (either coaxial or optical) of this player
needs to be connected to an AV amplifier or receiver or
to a DTS decoder to be able to enjoy the surround sound
of DTS audio. DTS audio is not output from the analog
audio outputs.
Dynamic range
Dynamic range refers to the difference between the
maximum and minimum levels of the audio soundtrack
as measured in decibels (dB).
Compressing the dynamic range raises the minimum
signal level and lowers the maximum signal level. This
allows you to hear voices and other low level audio
signals clearly while lowering strong audio signals like
the sound of explosions.
MPEG
Short for Moving Picture Experts Group. This is an
international standard for compression of moving
images. On some DVDs, digital audio has been
compressed and recorded in this format.
Multi-angle
The bitstream does not refer to the audio signal, but
rather to the digital data that, once converted, becomes
the audio signal. The player outputs digital bitstreams via
the digital optical or digital coaxial output. If the
bitstream cannot be decoded by the connected AV
amplifier etc., digital noise is produced. Digital bitstream
formats compatible with different entertainment
systems can be selected in the Setup screen Audio 1
menu.
When you watch a TV program, you are watching the
image filmed through the TV camera. Because of this,
the picture is displayed on your TV from the viewpoint of
the TV camera’s position. In a TV studio, the image is
filmed by many cameras at the same time, and one of
those images is selected by the program director and
transmitted to your TV. If all the filmed images were
transmitted to your TV you would be able to select the
camera image you want. Some DVD discs are recorded
with the angles of more than one camera used for
filming, and these can be selected using this player.
These types of discs are called multi-angle discs.
Digital output (Coaxial)
Parental lock level
Output of the digital audio signal is transmitted
electronically using a coaxial cable. Because the signal
being transmitted is digital, connection must be made to
the coaxial digital input of another component. Noise will
be output if connected to the analog audio inputs as the
digital signal cannot be decoded.
This function was suggested by parents concerned
about what type of media their children were able to
watch. Parental lock restrictions are restrictions
incorporated into titles which include scenes that
parents may not wish their children to view.
Digital bitstream
Digital output (Optical)
Normally, audio is converted to an electric signal and
transmitted through an electric wire from the player to
the amplifier, etc. Changing this signal to a digital signal
and transmitting it through an fiber-optic cable is called
optical digital output. Similarly, optical digital input
receives digital signals from external units such as an AV
amplifier or receiver.
Dolby Digital
The maximum 5.1 channels of audio used in the
surround system (Surround Digital) for movie theaters is
digital data compressed by the third generation algorithm
encoder.
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In order to enjoy Dolby Digital discs, this unit’s digital
output jack (either coaxial or optical) must be connected
to the digital input jack of an AV amplifier or Dolby Digital
decoder to enjoy the sound of Dolby Digital soundtracks.
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PCM
PCM stands for Pulse Code Modulation and is digital
audio. The digital audio of CDs is PCM. This player also
has a function that converts Dolby Digital and MPEG
digital bitstreams into PCM to enable you to listen to
quality digital sound even without a special decoder.
Playback Control (PBC)
This refers to signals recorded on a Video CD (Version
2.0) enabling playback control.
You can use menus recorded on discs with PBC for
easy, interactive search for desired scenes, and
playback.
You can also enjoy viewing high-resolution/standard
resolution still images.
Regional restriction codes (region number)
Regional restriction codes are built in to DVD players and
DVD discs for each sales region. If the regional code of
the DVD player does not match one of the regional
codes of the DVD disc, playback is not possible.
The region number can be found on the rear panel of the
DVD player. The illustration below shows the regions
and corresponding region numbers.
Specifications
General
System ... DVD system and Compact Disc digital audio system
Power requirements ............................. AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption ................................................ 10 W
Power consumption in standby mode ....... less than 1 W
Weight .......................................................... 2.7 kg (6 lb)
Dimensions ................... 420 (W) x 281 (D) x 104 (H) mm
(16 9/16 (W) x 11 1/8 (D) x 4 1/8 (H) in.)
(Not including protruding cables, etc.)
Operating temperature +5°C to +35°C (+36°F to +96°F)
Operating humidity .......... 5% to 85% (no condensation)
S-Video output
Y (luminance) - Output level ........................ 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
C (color) - Output level ........................ 286 mVp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks .......................................................... S-VIDEO jack
Sampling Frequency
When a sound wave is converted to a digital signal, the
sound is sampled and converted to data at a specific
frequency rate. For example, a signal with a 96 kHz
sampling rate indicates that in one second, the analog
signal was sampled 96000 times to produce the digital
signal.
Subtitle
Subtitles are language titles superimposed on movies, or
other media. Up to 32 different subtitle languages can
be recorded on a DVD disc. The subtitle function can be
used to select the language of your choice.
S-video
Connecting the S-video output on the player to a TV or
monitor with S-video input via an S-video cable produces
clearer picture reproduction by sending separate signals
for the luminance and the color. These signals are then
combined by the television to produce a better quality
picture.
System control
Time number
The time number corresponds to the elapsed playback
time of a disc from its beginning. When using the time
search function, use the time number to locate scenes
that occur at the time selected.
Title number
DVD discs are divided into units referred to as titles, and
titles are divided into chapters. Menu screens do not
belong to any title. A disc which contains a movie may
have only one title with many or no chapter divisions.
Karaoke discs may have many titles, assigning a title to
each song on the disc.
Component video output
(Y, PB, PR)
Output level ......................................... Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks ............................................................... RCA jacks
Audio output
Output level
During audio output ............. 200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................... 2
Jacks ............................................................... RCA jacks
Digital audio characteristics
Frequency response ..... 4 Hz to 44 kHz (DVD fs: 96 kHz)
S/N ratio ............................................................... 115 dB
Dynamic range ..................................................... 102 dB
Total harmonic distortion .................................... 0.002%
Wow and flutter ............................ Limit of measurement
(±0.001% W. PEAK) or lower
Digital output
Optical digital output ........................... Optical digital jack
Coaxial digital output ......................................... RCA jack
Other terminals
CONTROL IN .......................................... Minijack (3.5 ø)
Accessories
Remote control unit ....................................................... 1
AA (R6P) dry cell batteries ............................................. 2
Audio cord ...................................................................... 1
Video cord ...................................................................... 1
Power cord ..................................................................... 1
Operating Instructions ................................................... 1
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
When you connect this player via a cord with a mini plug
to another Pioneer component such as a receiver or an
amplifier bearing the Î mark, you can control the player
as though it were a component in a system. To control
the player, point the player’s remote control at the
component that the player is connected to, and not the
player itself.
Video output
Output level ................................................ 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Jacks ................................................................. RCA jack
Note
The specifications and design of this product are subject to
change without notice, due to improvement.
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Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2000 Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.
PIONEER CORPORATION
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P.O. BOX 1540, Long Beach, California 90801-1540, U.S.A.
PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R OP2, Canada
PIONEER ELECTRONIC [EUROPE] N.V.
Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium TEL: 03/570.05.11
PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 178-184 Boundary Road, Braeside, Victoria 3195, Australia, TEL: [03] 9586-6300
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