T7PDVD113 7” Portable DVD Player
User Guide
T7PDVD113
7” Portable DVD Player
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage constituting a risk of electric
shock is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature
accompanying this unit.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a slightly damp cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install or operate near any heat sources such as
radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do
not expose this product to rain or moisture. The product
must not be exposed to dripping and splashing and no
object filled with liquids such as a vase of flowers should
be placed on the product.
No naked flame sources such as candles should be
placed on the product.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate this device.
Caution: Usage of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous exposure.
These labels tell you that the unit contains a Laser
component. Do not stare at the laser lens.
When the disc tray is open a safety interlock disconnects
power to the laser. Do not defeat this safety interlock.
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IMPORTANT
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 communication. However, this 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 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.
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
BATTERY WARNINGS
CARE OF DISCS
Use this appliance only with the supplied AC Adaptor or
in-car charger. Using non-approved power supplies will
void the warranty.
Mains Supply: The mains operating voltage of the AC
Adaptor is marked on a rating plate on the AC Adaptor.
The means of disconnecting this appliance from the
mains supply is the AC adaptor/mains plug. This should
be unobstructed and readily operable at all times.
The DVD player and the handset use batteries. There is a
risk of fire and burns if batteries are handled improperly.
Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external
contacts, or dispose of in fire or water.
Do not service the internal player battery. Have it
examined (and replaced if needed) by a competent
service centre.
Replace the handset battery only with a battery of the
same voltage and type.
Discard used batteries in accordance with recycling
regulations in force in your area.
DVD discs are fragile. Treat them with care. Always store
them upright in their packing; away from direct sunlight,
heat and damp.
When handling discs, hold the disc’s outer edge and/or
the centre spindle hole. Do not touch the disc surface.
Never bend or flex a disc.
Clean the disc surface with a soft, dry cloth. Wipe the
disc surface gently, radially, from centre toward the outer
edge. Never apply solvents to the surface of a disc.
GENERAL CAUTIONS
CAUTION: During playback, the disc spins at high speed,
do not lift or move the player, doing so may damage the
disc.
CAUTION: When the player is stopped the disc is still
rotating at a very high speed. Leave the disc to come to
a rest before removing it. Stopping a disc manually could
damage both the disc and the player
CAUTION: Never press down on the disc compartment lid
especially when a disc is playing.
To prevent possible hearing damage,
do not listen at high volumes for long
periods.
BATTERY NOTES
The player’s internal Lithium-Polymer battery has no
Memory Effect and can be recharged safely whether it is
fully or partially discharged. DO NOT charge a battery for
longer than 6 hours. A fully charged battery will power
the player for about 2 hours. During charging the red light
will be on. The light will turn green when the battery is
fully charged. Do NOT charge the battery in excessively
hot, cold or humid conditions.
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PARENTAL CONTROL
This player includes parental control settings to restrict
viewing of adult rated movies.
The setting is password protected. Changing the password
from the factory default is highly recommended. Keep the
password secret at all times.
The parental control restriction system relies on a disc
including a correct parental rating. If the disc does not
include a parental rating, then the parental control system
may not restrict viewing.
The factory default setting is ‘Adult’, unrestricted.
INDEX
INTRODUCTION
Safety information and cautions......................................................................................... 1
Introduction......................................................................................................................... 3
Player features..................................................................................................................... 4
Controls and connections.................................................................................................... 5
External connections .......................................................................................................... 7
Adjusting the screen............................................................................................................ 8
Remote control handset...................................................................................................... 9
In-Car operation................................................................................................................. 11
Connecting power............................................................................................................. 13
Portable operation............................................................................................................. 13
Initial language setting...................................................................................................... 14
Loading/Removing a disc.................................................................................................. 14
Playing a DVD.................................................................................................................... 15
Playing an audio CD . ........................................................................................................ 17
Playing media files............................................................................................................ 18
Setting up the player......................................................................................................... 22
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................. 27
Specifications..................................................................................................................... 28
Warranty............................................................................................................................ 28
Read this manual before using your player.
The Player is set to play Region 2 discs.
The player will accept the following formats (among others): DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW,
DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-DA, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, Picture CD,
The following formats are not acceptable:
DVD discs with other region codes.
Improperly formatted recordable discs. This may include discs which are not
finalised.
The player has built in copyright protection technology. If a video recorder is connected
to the player, the video output image may be distorted during recording.
UNPACKING
The carton should contain:
• The DVD Player
• Remote Control and Battery
• External Mains Power Adapter
• 12VDC Vehicle accessory (Cigarette lighter) adapter
• In-car fixing straps
• Earphones for personal listening
• Operating Manual.
If any items are missing or damaged, contact your nearest TESCO store for a replacement.
Have your receipt ready when you call. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it, do so
having regard to any recycling regulations in your area.
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PLAYER FEATURES
DVD REGION CODES
IMPORTANT NOTE
DVD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVDRW capable
TV format: PAL
Video: Composite Video output
Audio: Stereo analogue output
DVD features:
Multi Subtitle select
Multi Language select
Multi Angle select
Other features:
On screen display menu
Multi-level zooming
Parental control
DVD discs and players are covered by a worldwide
agreement which limits playback of DVD discs to specific
regions as determined by the software manufacturer.
Most DVDs come marked with a region coding. A disc
specified as playable in one region may not play on a
player designed for a different region. A disc specified
as universal or with no region coding (Code 0) may be
played in any region.
The regions are:
Region 1: Canada, USA
Region 2: Europe, Japan, Mid. East, South Africa
Region 3: South-East Asia
Region 4: Australia, Caribbean, Central & South America, New Zealand
Region 5: Africa, Former Soviet Union, India, North Korea, Pakistan
Region 6: China
THIS PLAYER PLAYS REGION 2 AND REGION FREE ,
UNIVERSAL (0) DISCS.
DVD discs contain various features. Many features are
determined by the program or software content on the
DVD disc itself. Some procedures in this manual cannot
be performed if the disc does not support the feature.
Also, some discs may need special settings which are
unsupported by the player.
The player has built in copyright protection technology
that prevents copying from a DVD disc to any media.
If a video recorder is connected to the player, the video
output image will be distorted.
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NOTICES
This product incorporates copyright protection technology
that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Rovi Corporation, and
is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only
unless otherwise authorized by Rovi Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trade marks of Dolby
Laboratories.
CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
FRONT VIEW
1. Navigation buttons (more details on the next page)
2. Standby indicator
3. Remote control sensor
4. Battery charge indicator
5. Disc loading door
6. Disc loading door open button
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
NAVIGATION CONTROLS
PLAY MODE
1. Volume up button
2. Play/pause button (on side)
3. Next button
4. Volume down button
5. Previous button
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MENU MODE
1. Cursor right button
2. Select button
3. Cursor down button
4. Cursor left button
5. Cursor up button
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
SIDE VIEW
1. Play/Pause/Select button
2. SET|UP| button
3. OSD button
4. Headphone jack
5. AV out jack
6. Power switch
7. DC In jack
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EXTERNAL AUDIO VISUAL CONNECTIONS
HEADPHONE CONNECTION
Connect earphones (supplied) or a pair of headphones
as shown.
This connection disconnects the internal speakers of the
DVD player.
WARNING: Listening at loud volumes can damage your
hearing!
TV (AUDIO/VISUAL) CONNECTION
You can view and listen to the DVD player on the TV.
You will need to purchase an interconnect with a three pole 3.5mm jack at one end
and three RCA phono plugs on the other. This interconnect is often used for connecting
Camcorders and games consoles.
Connect the jack plug to the Player AV OUT socket. Connect the YELLOW plug to the
Composite Video input of the TV.
Connect the WHITE and RED plugs to the Audio inputs of the TV.
RED (right audio)
WHITE (left audio)
YELLOW (Video)
IMPORTANT
BEFORE CONNECTING ANY EQUIPMENT
ENSURE IT IS SAFELY SWITCHED OFF AND
DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY.
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ADJUSTING THE PLAYER SCREEN
Place the player on a firm level surface
• Lift up the player lid. Remove any plastic film
covering the screen. To do this hold the tab at the
lower right edge of the film and peel the film off
carefully.
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ROTATING THE SCREEN
In addition to tilting the screen, you can also rotate it
in a clockwise direction.
To rotate the screen, set the screen in a vertical
position and gently turn it clockwise (1). You can
rotate it by a maximum of 180° (2) so that the screen
faces behind the player (3).
To operate the player with the screen facing
upwards:
• Rotate the screen fully 180°.
• Carefully lay the screen onto the player (4).
NOTE: When adjusting the screen do so slowly. NEVER
force the screen when tilting or rotating.
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REMOTE CONTROL
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1. Mute button
2. On-screen display button
3. Step button
4. Audio button
5. Menu button
6. Stop button
7. Play/pause button
8. Right cursor button
9. Return button
10. Volume down button
11. Volume up button
12. Previous button
13. Next button
14. Fast search back button
15. Fast search forward button
16. Program button
17. Display button
18. Repeat button
19. Repeat A-B button
20. Setup button
21. Down cursor button
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22. Left cursor button
23. Enter button
24. Title button
25. Up cursor button
26. Subtitle button
27. Angle button
28. Numeric keypad
29. Zoom button
30. Search button
HANDSET PREPARATION
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
USING THE REMOTE HANDSET
Remove the safety strip from the battery compartment.
The handset is now ready for use.
If the handset behaves erratically or fails to operate the
battery should be replaced.
1. Press the catch at the side of the battery
compartment.
2. Slide out the battery cage
3. Remove the old battery.
4. Place a new battery in the cage with the polarity as
shown.
5. Close the cage.
Observe all battery cautions in the Battery Warning
section of this manual.
Point the handset at the infrared receiving window of the
player, located next to the power and charge indicators.
The handset must be no more than 3 metres from the
player and at an angle of no more than 30º for reliable
operation. If handset operation is erratic in sunlight,
move the player into the shade.
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IN-CAR OPERATION
SECURING THE PLAYER TO A HEADREST
For in-car use, the straps (supplied) can be fitted to the
body of the DVD player to enable it to be mounted to a
front seat headrest.
3. Rotate the screen by 180°.
180°
Fitting the strap:
1. Load the DVD or CD you want to play.
2. With the screen open, lay the straps on the player as
shown. The clips should be behind the screen.
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4. Lay the screen onto the player.
5. Invert the player and secure the side-straps behind
the player with the Velcro tabs.
6. Hold the player against a vehicle headrest and pass
the straps around the headrest as shown.
7. Secure the player by passing the ends of the straps
through the clips and tightening them.
8. The player can now be connected to the vehicle
power supply and operated via the remote control.
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POWER CONNECTION
PORTABLE OPERATION
POWER CONTROL
Your DVD player may be powered by the internal
rechargeable battery for portable operation, from the AC
mains via an AC adaptor or from the 12V DC outlet in a
car via the DC adaptor. The internal battery can also be
charged from either the AC or DC adaptor.
CAUTION: Use only the AC and DC adaptors supplied with
the unit.
If you want to use the player without external power you
will need to charge the battery. The battery will charge
whenever a power source is available.
The amount of time taken to charge the battery depends
on the amount of residual charge remaining but it could
take several hours.
When the battery is charging the light at the front of the
player will glow red. When the battery is fully charged the
light will change to green. You may now disconnect the
mains adaptor.
Switching on the player:
• Slide the power switch to the ‘ON’ position.
CONNECTING THE AC OR DC ADAPTOR
Connect the DC plug of the supplied adaptor (mains or
vehicle) into the DC-In jack on the side of the player.
Plug the Adaptor into the mains point (or vehicle
accessory point) and switch on the power. The player is
now ready for use.
AC mains connection
DURING BATTERY OPERATION:
If there is no display when the player is turned on:
This is not a fault condition but due to a flat battery.
• Switch the player off, connect the charger as described
above and charge the battery for six hours.
When the battery is running out:
• The player will display a “Low Battery” warning.
• After a short period the player will shut down.
• You must charge the battery as soon as possible.
Vehicle 12VDC connection
To conserve power:
• Always switch the player off when it is not connected
to the adaptor or you will drain the battery.
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The player will switch on and the screen will light. If a
disc is loaded, it will start to play automatically.
Switching off the player:
• Slide the power switch to the ‘OFF’ position.
The player will switch off.
Auto Standby:
The player includes a power saving Auto Standby feature.
If Auto Standby is enabled, the player will automatically
set to Standby after the period you have set.
• To re-start the player after auto-standby has set,
slide the power switch to the ‘OFF’, then to the ‘ON’
position.
NOTE: Auto Standby settings can be found in the setup
menu on page 23.
LANGUAGE SETTING
LOADING/REMOVING A DISC
PLAYING A DVD DISC
Your DVD player features on-screen information displays
and setup screens.
When powering up for the first time you may want to
change the language setting. The OSD button is set up
as a hot-key to easily enable you to select the on-screen
menu language.
Loading a disc
• Press the button to open the disc lid.
• Holding the disc by the edges, place the disc on the
turntable in the centre of the loading bay with the
label uppermost. Press the centre of the disc into
place on the turntable with a click.
Close the disc lid. The disc will now load. Some formats take
more time to load than others.
DVD discs will display the ROOT or TITLE menu. The ROOT
menu is the basic menu of a DVD disc and contains all the
information relating to the disc. If there is one title and
nothing else the disc may play.
• Load the disc and wait for the title menu to appear.
• Navigate to the menu option to play the movie with
the ƒ„‚ buttons.
• Press ENTER to select this option.
The movie will begin to play.
To change the on-screen menu language:
• Press the OSD button repeatedly.
The on-screen language options will be shown.
• Stop pressing when the language you want is
displayed.
Removing a disc
• Press the . button twice to stop the disc if it is
playing.
• Press the button to open the disc lid.
• Lift the disc from the front left corner, remove it from
the player and return it to the case.
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PLAYBACK CONTROL
Play Pause (still frame):
• Press the /, button at any time to pause the movie
and display a still-frame.
• Whilst paused, press the STEP button to step to the
next still-frame.
• Press the /, button again to return to play the
movie.
To set the volume:
• Press the VOL+ or VOL- button to turn the volume
up or down.
The volume level will be displayed briefly.
To change chapter:
Most DVD movie discs are divided into chapters so you
can skip to convenient points within the movie.
• Press the } or { button to skip to the next or
previous chapter.
To stop the disc:
• Press the . button.
Play will stop, holding at the point you stopped the disc.
• To resume playing the disc from the point where you
stopped, press the /, button.
Numeric selection of a chapter:
You can jump directly to a chapter using the number
buttons.
• Press a number button.
After a short delay, play will jump to the selected chapter.
NOTE: If you want to jump to a chapter number higher
than 9, press the 10+ button to add 10 to the chapter
count, then press one of the number buttons to add the
second digit.
To completely stop the disc:
• Press the . button twice.
The disc will stop.
Fast picture search:
• Press the ] or [ button on the remote control
repeatedly to fast search forward or backward
through the movie.
Each time you press the button, the speed will change 2X
g 4X g 8X g20X g Normal
• Press /, to resume play.
Repeat play:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through
the repeat mode options.
Repeat chapter
Repeat title
Repeat all
Repeat off
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Repeat A-B:
You can mark two points in a movie and play repeatedly
between them.
• Play a movie.
• Press the AB button to mark the start of the section
you want to repeat.
• Press the AB button again to mark the end of the
section.
The player will continually repeat this section.
• Press the AB button again to clear AB repeat and
continue playing normally.
NOTE: You can repeat a section that includes several
chapters.
Zoom and pan:
• Press ZOOM repeatedly to zoom into the picture, then
zoom out.
• The zoom settings are - 2X g 3X g 4X g1/2X
g1/3X g 1/4X gNormal
• When zoom is set you can press the ƒ„‚
buttons to pan the zoomed area around the picture.
Root and title menus:
• Press MENU to display the Root menu from the disc.
All the user choices available on the disc are driven from
this menu.
• Press TITLE to display the Title menu.
The title menu may contain one or several titles.
NOTE: On many DVD discs the TITLE and ROOT menus are
the same.
Selecting items from the menus:
• Navigate to the item with the ƒ„‚ buttons.
• Press ENTER.
On-screen display:
An On Screen Display (OSD) disc status indicator will be
displayed at the top of the screen when certain functions
are executed, or when the DISPLAY button on the handset
is pressed. When different discs are loaded the indicators
may change.
To change the on-screen display:
• Press the DISPLAY button repeatedly.
The display modes will change on the screen.
To switch off the on-screen display:
• Press the DISPLAY button repeatedly until you reach
the ‘DISPLAY OFF’ option.
The On-screen display will switch off.
Changing the audio settings of a DVD:
The player allows you to select a preferred language, TV
and audio format from those included on the DVD video
disc.
• Press the AUDIO button repeatedly.
The choices available depend on the disc and may include
different audio formats and languages.
NOTE: The player will support Stereo and Dolby 5.1
formats but will down-mix all program material to
2-channel.
Selecting subtitles
• Press the SUBTITLE button repeatedly.
The choices available depend on the disc.
• To cancel the subtitle display, press the SUBTITLE
button repeatedly until ‘Subtitle off’ is displayed.
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Changing the camera angle:
Some discs contain views for certain scenes from multiple
camera angles.
• Press ANGLE repeatedly to select the camera angle.
A DVD disc may contain up to 9 angles.
Muting the sound:
• Press the MUTE button to mute and un-mute the
sound from the speakers.
Search function:
You can use the search function to jump to a title, chapter
or time within a DVD.
PLAYING AN AUDIO CD
• Load an Audio CD into the player.
The player will read the disc. Most CDs will start playing
automatically. A track list and the elapsed playing time will
be displayed.
To set the volume:
• Press the VOL+ or VOL- button to turn the volume
up or down.
The volume level will be displayed briefly.
Play Pause:
• Press the /, button at any time to pause playback.
• Press the /, button again to continue to play the
disc.
To stop the disc:
• Press the . button.
Play will stop, holding at the point you stopped the disc.
• To resume playing the disc from the point where you
stopped, press the /, button.
To change track:
• Press the } or { button to skip to the next or
previous track.
To completely stop the disc:
• Press the . button twice.
The disc will stop.
Direct access track selection:
• You can jump to a track number by entering the track
number using the numeric keypad.
Repeat play:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through
the repeat mode options.
Fast search:
• Press the ] or [ button on the remote control
repeatedly to fast search forward or backward
through the CD.
Each time you press the button, the speed will change 2X
g 4X g 8X g20X g Normal
• Press /, to resume play.
Repeat 1 (repeat the current track)
Repeat all (repeat the disc)
Repeat off
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Repeat A-B:
You can mark two points on a CD and play repeatedly
between them.
• Play a CD.
• Press the AB button to mark the start of the section
you want to repeat.
• Press the AB button again to mark the end of the
section.
The player will continually repeat this section.
• Press the AB button again to clear AB repeat and
continue playing normally.
NOTE: You can repeat a section that includes several
tracks.
Audio CD display:
Press the DISPLAY button repeatedly to switch the CD
information display on or off.
PLAYING MEDIA FILES
Selecting the type of media you want to play:
• Press „ or ƒ (or the VOL+/VOL- buttons on the top panel) repeatedly to change
the media type between Audio, JPEG (photos), Videos or E-books.
• Press the ENTER button (or /, on the side panel) to select the displayed media
type.
The folders and files on the disc
will now be displayed.
NOTE: Only files of your chosen
media type (and folders
containing these) will be
displayed.
Your DVD player can also play the following media files Music - .WAV files.
JPEG (photos) - .JPG, .BMP files.
Videos - .MP2, .MP4, .AVI.
E-Books - .TXT files.
You can save a mix of any of the above media files to a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM. The files can
be organised in folders or placed in the ‘root’ folder of the disc.
Loading a media disc:
• Load your media disc in the
same way as a CD or DVD.
The Audio menu screen will be
displayed.
Returning to the media menu:
To return to the media menu at any time when playing a file • Press RETURN repeatedly to step up the menu screens to the Media menu.
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Playing music or movie files:
If you have selected music or movie files • Use /‚/ENTER to navigate through the folders on the disc until you reach the
music or movie file you want to play.
• To move up the folder ‘tree’, select the top folder marked ‘ ..’
• Press OK to select and play a file.
Fast Search:
• To fast search forward or backward, press ] or [ repeatedly to set the search speed
you want in the range 2x Ž 4x Ž 8x Ž 20x.
• Press once more to return to normal play.
The file will play. The screen
will display information about
the file playing (audio screen
shown in the example). If the
file is in a folder with other files
(for example, an album of music
tracks or a folder of movies) play
will continue through the other
files in the folder.
File information:
• Press DISPLAY during playback to display more information about the file playing.
Stop:
• Press the . button to stop playback.
Zoom and pan (movie files):
• Press ZOOM repeatedly to zoom into the picture, then zoom out.
• The zoom settings are - 2X g 3X g 4X g1/2X g1/3X g 1/4X gNormal
• When zoom is set you can press the ƒ„‚ buttons to pan the zoomed area
around the picture.
Repeat:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through the repeat mode options for the
files.
Repeat 1 (repeat the current file)
Play/Pause:
• To switch between play and pause modes, press the /, button repeatedly. When
you pause a movie a still-frame will be displayed.
Repeat dir (repeat the folder)
Skip:
• To select the next or previous item, press } or {.
Repeat all (repeat all files on the disc)
Repeat off
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Viewing photos:
If you have selected JPEG (photo) files • Use /‚/ENTER to navigate through the folders on the disc until you reach the
photo files you want to view.
• To move up the folder ‘tree’, select the top folder marked ‘ ..’
Skip:
• To skip to the next or previous photo, press } or {.
The photo will be displayed and the slideshow will pause.
• Press /, twice to re-start the slideshow.
File information:
• Press DISPLAY during playback to display more information about the file playing.
When you reach a folder of
photos, a preview screen will
be displayed with a list of photo
files.
Zoom and pan:
• Press ZOOM repeatedly to zoom into the photo, then zoom out.
• The zoom settings are - 2X g 3X g 4X g1/2X g1/3X g 1/4X gNormal
• When zoom is set you can press the ƒ„‚ buttons to pan the zoomed area
around the photo.
Slideshow repeat:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through the repeat mode options for the
slideshow.
Repeat 1 (repeat the current photo)
• Press /‚ to browse the photos in the folder.
• Press OK to select and view the highlighted photo full-screen.
The photo will be displayed.
Repeat dir (repeat the folder)
Repeat all (repeat all files on the disc)
Photo slideshow:
If there are more photo files in the folder, a slideshow will start of the photos in the
folder.
• Press /, to pause the slideshow.
• Press /, to re-start the slideshow.
• Press the . button to stop the slideshow and return to the preview screen.
Repeat off
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Reading E-Books:
If you have selected e-book text files • Use /‚/ENTER to navigate through the folders on the disc until you reach the
E-book file you want to play.
• To move up the folder ‘tree’, select the top folder marked ‘ ..’
• Press OK to select and read
a book.
The first page of the book will be displayed.
Changing pages:
• Press „ or ƒ to change to the next or previous page.
Changing book:
• To change to the next or previous book, press } or {.
• Press OK.
The selected e-book will load and open automatically.
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SETTING UP THE PLAYER
• Press  or ‚ to move up or down the settings list.
The setup menu enables you to customise language and display preferences, to match
your audio and video components and to set parental restrictions.
To open the setup menu:
• Press SETUP.
The Setup menu will open at the System setup page.
To change to another setup page:
• Press  or ‚ repeatedly.
• When the setting you want to change is highlighted, press „.
A list of options for this setting will open.
• Press  or ‚ to move up or down the list of options.
Choose from System setup, Language setup, Standby setting or Video setup.
To choose settings page options:
• Press „ to choose a setting to change.
• Press ENTER to select the highlighted option.
• Press  or ‚ to choose another setting to change.
From the list of settings:
• Press ƒ to move back and select another setup page.
To close the setup menu:
• Press the SETUP button.
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SYSTEM SETUP PAGE
Choose the System setup page to:
• Change the TV system.
• Change the power resume setting (when the power has been switched off, a disc will recommence
play from the last place you viewed).
• Change the TV type (screen shape).
• Enter the security password to unlock the rating menu option.
• Set the rating (parental restriction).
• Restore factory default settings
SYSTEM SETUP PAGE
TV system
• Choose this setting to change the TV signal format (PAL is the correct setting for Europe).
Power resume
• Power resume can be switched on or off.
TV type
• Choose from 4:3PS (4:3 Pan Scan), 4:3LB (4:3 Letter Box), (16:9), Wide Screen.
Password
• This step is necessary if you want to change the parental rating. Enter the password 0000 when
prompted to enable access to the parental rating menu.
Rating
• Open the password menu and enter the password. You can now use this menu option to change
the parental rating.
Default
• Choose this option to return all settings to the factory default.
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LANGUAGE SETUP PAGE
Choose the Language setup page to:
• Set the OSD language.
• Set the default audio language.
• Set the default subtitle language.
• Set the default menu language.
LANGUAGE SETUP PAGE
OSD language
• Choose this option to change the on-screen display language.
NOTE: Ensure that you can understand the language you choose or you may have difficulty changing
this setting again.
Audio language
• Choose this option to change the default audio language. This language (if available) will select
automatically when you load a disc.
Subtitle language
• Choose this option to change the default subtitle language. This language (if available) will select
automatically when you switch on subtitles.
Menu language
• Choose this option to change the default menu language. This language (if available) will select
automatically when you load a disc.
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STANDBY SETTING PAGE
Choose the Standby setting page to:
• Enable or disable Auto Standby and change the Auto Standby time.
STANDBY SETTING PAGE
Auto Standby
• When Auto Standby is enabled, the player will automatically set to Standby when it has not been
used for the set period.
Choose ‘Off’ to disable Auto Standby.
Choose 3 hours to set the Auto Standby time to 3 hours.
Choose 4 hours to set the Auto Standby time to 4 hours.
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VIDEO SETUP PAGE
Choose the Video Setup page to:
• Set the picture brightness.
• Set the picture contrast.
• Set the picture hue.
• Set the picture saturation.
• Set the picture sharpness.
VIDEO SETUP PAGE
Brightness
• Select the Brightness option from the Video setup page.
A bargraph is displayed with the current brightness setting.
• Press /‚ to set the brightness setting you want.
• Press ENTER to store the new brightness setting and return to the Video setup settings.
Contrast
• Select the Contrast option and adjust the picture contrast in the same way as Brightness.
Hue
• Select the Hue option and adjust the picture hue in the same way as Brightness.
Saturation
• Select the Saturation option and adjust the picture saturation in the same way as Brightness.
Sharpness
• Select the Sharpness option and adjust the picture saturation in the same way as Brightness.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
AFTER USING YOUR PLAYER
If your DVD player is not working properly use this guide before contacting Tesco. Before
investigating a problem, always switch off the player and any connected units.
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SYMPTOM
Remove the disc from the tray
Close the player lid securely
Unplug the adapter and coil the cables
Store the player and accessories securely, away from sources of heat and damp and out of the reach of children and pets.
NEVER store the player with the lid open!
CORRECTIVE ACTION
No power
No Sound
Check if the power adapter is connected securely.
Is the volume control turned up?
(In battery operation) - flat battery.
No sound or picture
Connect the AC adapter
Interference or
Due to the effect of copy protection on the disc
scrolling
Avoid connecting to a recorder or TV/VCR combination.
The DVD+-RW you played should be finalized.
Ensure the disc is correctly inserted.
Disc will not play
Make sure the disc is free from scratches & marks.
Disc skips
Insert a playable disc. (Check disc type and system).
Disc Distorts
Is the disc Region 2?
Cancel or change the parental lock level.
Some discs prohibit rapid scanning or title and chapter skip.
No forward or reverse
You can’t advance through the opening credits and warning
scan
information at the beginning of movies.
Point the handset at the player not the screen!
Handset
erratic/
Flat handset battery, distance too far from player or
inoperative
Handset too far from player or obstructed.
CARE AND CLEANING
Occasionally wipe the player with a lint free duster. Never clean the player with liquids
or solvents.
Do NOT clean the inside of the player tray with a cloth. Lightly blow out any dust. If your
discs skip or don’t play properly, this is more likely to be caused by damage or dirt on the
disc rather than any fault of the unit.
Clean the screen from time to time with a approved anti-static cleaner. NEVER wipe the
screen with a tissue. Use a Calotherm cloth available from opticians.
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SPECIFICATIONS
WARRANTY
Compatible media: DVD/CD discs
Signal system: PAL/NTSC
Panel size: 7 inch
Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Video output: 1 Vp-p/75 Ohm, unbalanced
Audio output: 1.2 Vrms
Audio S/N: Better than 80 dB
Dynamic range: Better than 85 dB
Laser: Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650 nm
Power source: 9-12 V (via AC/DC adapter or vehicle power supply)
Power consumption: 10 W
Operating temp: 0~45°C
Weight: 0.65 kg
Battery Type: Li Polymer
Your Tesco appliance is covered by a warranty for 12 months from the date of
purchase. If a fault develops during this period, please contact the TESCO electrical
help line. Please have your original purchase receipt with you when you call. This
warranty in no way affects your consumer rights,
UK: Waste electrical products/batteries should not be disposed of with
household waste. Separate disposal facilities exist, for your nearest
facilities. See www.recycle-more.co.uk or in-store for details.
ROI: Produced after 13th August 2005. Waste electrical products/
batteries should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer
for recycling advice.
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Tesco Stores Ltd, Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SL
Tesco Helplines:
Landlines 0800 323 4060 (Freephone from a BT landline).
Mobiles 0330 123 4060 (Calls cost no more than calls to geographic numbers eg. 01 or 02 and are included in inclusive minutes and discount schemes).
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