SCOTT DVX 985 HD Holmes

SCOTT DVX 985 HD Holmes
MODEL NO.: DVX 985 HD
DVD MICRO SYSTEM
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
GEBRAUCHSANLEITUNG
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
HANDLEIDING
OWNER’S MANUAL
SAFETY
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WARNINGS:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance
to rain or moisture.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER or OPEN CASING.
Dangerous high voltages are present inside the enclosure. Do not open
the casing. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
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Output Power:
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: Read and observe all warnings and instructions in this user guide and those marked on your
unit. Retain this guide for future reference.
This unit has been designed and manufactured in a way that ensures your personal safety.
Improper use can result in electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this unit will
protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use, and servicing. This unit does
not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.
Do not remove the casing or you may be exposed to dangerous voltage. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel only.
• Read all safety and operating instructions before operating your unit.
• Keep safety, operation, and use instructions for future reference.
• Heed all warnings on your unit and in the operating instructions.
• All operation instructions should be followed.
• Do not use this unit near water. For example, do not use this unit near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool or other areas located near water.
• Clean only with a dry cloth. Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners.
• Install in accordance with these instructions. Do not block the ventilation slots and openings in the unit,
in order to ensure ventilation, and reliable operation of your unit. This will also prevent the unit from
over heating.
• Do not place unit on a bed, sofa, carpet or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in
a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless correct ventilation is provided or these
instructions have been adhered to.
• Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other electronic
devices (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
• Prevent the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs and connections.
• The power cord and mains plug should remain easily accessible.
• Use only attachments or accessories specified by the manufacturer.
• Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with this
unit. Exercise caution when moving the cart/unit combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
• Unplug this unit during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
• Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when your unit has been
damaged in any way, such as when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
into your unit or objects have fallen into it, your unit has been exposed to rain or moisture, it does not
operate normally, or it has been dropped.
• When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses 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.
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CONTENTS
SAFETY......................................................................... .................................................................... 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS........................ .................................................................... 2
CONTENTS ................................................................... .................................................................... 3
PACKAGE ..................................................................... .................................................................... 3
INSTALLATION ............................................................. .................................................................... 3
FRONT AND BACK PANEL ........................................... .................................................................... 4
CONNECTIONS ........................................................... .................................................................... 5
REMOTE CONTROL ................................................... .................................................................... 6
GETTING STARTED & BASIC SETUP ........................ ............................................................... 7-11
PLAYING DVD / CD / VCD DISCS ............................... ............................................................. 11-12
ADVANCED PLAYBACK FUNCTION ............................ ............................................................. 13-15
PLAYING MP3 / JPEG / WMA / MPEG 4 FILES ............ ............................................................. 15-16
AUDIO CD RIPPING (ENCODING IN MP3 FORMAT).. . ............................................................. 16-17
INFORMATION ON DISC COMPATIBILITY .................. ............................................................. 17-18
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..................................... .................................................................. 19
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................... .................................................................. 20
PACKAGE
DVD player
Remote control
A/V cable
Instruction manual
INSTALLATION
• Install your unit on a stable flat surface. There must be sufficient room in front of the unit for the disc
tray to open and the unit should be positioned so that it can face the remote control.
• Do not expose your unit to extremes of temperature or humidity.
• Avoid standing it on a hot surface such as on top of other hot running equipment and ensure that
there is adequate ventilation to the unit.
Caution:
Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a book case or similar unit!
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FRONT AND BACK PANEL
Front panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
STANDBY button
Disc tray
VFD display
Infrared remote control sensor
OPEN/CLOSE
button
SD/MMC/MS card slot
button
PLAY/PAUSE
USB Port
STOP ■ button
Back panel
1. Power cord
2. POWER ON/OFF button
3. L (Left) audio output
4. Component video output (Y,Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr)
5. Composite VIDEO output
6. R (Right) audio output
7. HDMI output
8. Digital COAXIAL output
9. S-VIDEO output
10. 5.1 Channel digital audio output
11. Digital OPTICAL output
12. SCART output
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting to a TV
The way in which the unit is connected and the kinds of cables used can make a noticeable difference in
picture and sound quality. Before selecting one of the options, please make sure that any other
equipment has the required input/output connections. Use any of the options below:
Output(s)
Different options for connecting your DVD player to a TV
Cable
Video mode
Picture
Cable
supplied
(Press the V-MODE button
quality
(Yes/No)
on the remote control)
Normal
SCART cable
No
TV-RGB
SCART
Composite VIDEO
output +
L/R (Left/Right) audio
outputs
S-VIDEO output +
L/R (Left/Right) audio
outputs
Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr
component video
output +
L/R (Left/Right) audio
outputs
HDMI
Normal
A/V cable
(yellow+ white+red)
Yes
TV-RGB
Good
S-VIDEO cable +
A/V cable (white +
red)
No
S-VIDEO
Very
good
Component video +
audio cable (white
+ red)
No
INTERLACE – YUV,
P-SCAN YPBPR (for a TV
with progressive scan)
Excellent
HDMI cable
No
HD
What is HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)?
This device transmits digital audio/video signals without the process of converting to an analog signal.
You can get sharper digital picture by connecting your TV to the unit using an HDMI connection cable.
HDMI was developed to provide HDCP technology (High Definition Content Protection). HDCP is used
to protect digital content that is transmitted and received.
Because HDMI is an evolving technology, it is possible that some devices may not operate properly
once they are connected to the DVD Home Theatre System.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
Connecting to amplifier
You can connect an amplifier to your DVD player in several different ways:
Different options for connecting to an amplifier
Output
L/R (Left/Right) audio
outputs
Digital coaxial output
(COAXIAL)
Digital optical output
(OPTICAL)
Sound quality
Cable
Cable supplied
(Yes/No)
Normal
Audio cable (white + red)
Yes (A/V cable)
Very good
Coaxial audio cable
No
Very good
Optical cable
No
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REMOTE CONTROL
1.
STANDBY
2. USB/CARD
3. AUDIO
4. 0 - 9 (number keys)
5. CLEAR
6. SETUP
7. ◄/►/▲/▼Navigation
8.
/
REV/FWD (REVERSE/FORWARD)
9.
STEP
10. ■ STOP
11. - VOL +
12. L/R (Left/ Right)
13. N/P (NTSC/PAL)
14. SLOW
15. V-MODE (Video mode)
16. HD/RES (HD resolution)
17. PROGRAM
18. OPEN/CLOSE
19. SEARCH
20. SUB/RIP (Subtitle/Ripping)
21. MENU
22. TITLE
23. DISPLAY
24. ENTER
25.
/ PREV/NEXT
26.
PLAY/PAUSE
27. A-B Repeat
28. REPEAT
29. MUTE
30. ANGLE
31. PBC (playback control for VCD)
32. RETURN
33. ZOOM
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GETTING STARTED & BASIC SETUP
GETTING STARTED
Power supply for the unit
1. Carry out the connections for the unit as shown in “CONNECTIONS”.
2. Insert 2 AAA batteries (supplied) into the battery compartment in the remote control, taking care to
follow the correct polarities.
3. Connect the power cord to an AC mains outlet. Slide the POWER ON/OFF switch to ON and press
the STANDBY button on the unit or on the remote control to turn on the unit.
4. Turn on the TV and set to the correct video-in source.
5. To go to the standby mode, press the
STANDBY button on the remote control or on the unit. If
the unit is not to be used for a long time, please disconnect the power cord.
Notes:
• The effective distance for remote control operation is about 5 meters.
• Replace the batteries when the remote control operating distance starts to reduce.
• If the remote control is not to be used for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage caused
by battery leakage.
Precautions when using batteries
1. Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
2. Ensure that you follow the correct polarities marked in the battery compartment when installing the
batteries. Reversed batteries may cause damage to the remote control.
3. Exhausted batteries must be removed to prevent possible battery leakage.
4. Dispose of batteries properly according to environmental regulations.
Inserting a disc
1. Press the
OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote or the button on the front panel to open the disc
tray.
2. Insert a disc, press the
OPEN/CLOSE button on the front panel or the button on the remote
control to close the disk tray. The unit will read the disc and start to play it, or it will display a start
menu.
Inserting a USB device or an SD/MMC/MS card (in DVD mode)
• Open the compartment that allows you to access the USB port and card slot located on the right hand
side of the front of the player. Insert a USB device or SD/MMC/MS card into the unit. The player will
automatically play the files contained on the USB device or SD/MMC/MS card. If you have inserted a
USB device and an SD/MMC/MS card, press the USB/CARD button on the remote control to select
the source: DISC, CARD or USB.
Notes:
• Please ensure the USB device or SD/MMC/MS card has been inserted.
• This unit cannot support NTFS format. If the device does not work on it, please check the device file
system and format it with FAT or FAT32.
Although you can watch a movie immediately, to get the best from this unit, it is suggested that you
proceed with the Basic Setup first.
BASIC SETUP
Press the
STANDBY button to turn on the unit and press the SETUP button in when no disc has
been inserted or in stop No Disc or STOP mode to enter the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Basic Operation
1. Press ◄ or ► to navigate to select one of these the menus
below (icons at the top of the display):
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• SYSTEM SETUP
• LANGUAGE SETUP
• AUDIO SETUP
• VIDEO SETUP
• SPEAKER SETUP
• DIGITAL SETUP
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select different settings in a menu. Press ► or ENTER to active the setting.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to select a new setting, then press ENTER to confirm the new setting.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to change any settings.
5. Press the SETUP button to exit setup.
For more details, please refer to the next chapters.
1. SYSTEM SETUP
1.1 “TV SYSTEM”
This player supports two different TV systems, including NTSC or PAL. The setting of the unit can be
changed to match your TV.
“NTSC”: Select this system if your television supports the NTSC color system used in North America.
“PAL”: Select this system if your television supports the PAL color system used in Europe and Asia.
AUTO: Select this option to automatically switch to PAL or NTSC mode according to the disc inserted.
Note: If you use the HDMI output and the disc’s color system is different to the TV system selected, the
image may flicker. Select the “AUTO” option to adjust it.
Note: You can also use the N/P button on the remote control to select the TV system in STOP mode.
1.2 “SCREEN SAVER”
Use this setting to turn the screen saver option on or off. If you turn the screen saver on, the screen
saver image appears when you leave the player in pause or stop mode more than 3 minutes. It
protects the television screen from being damaged.
On: To turn screen saver on.
Off: To turn screen saver off.
1.3 “HDMI OUTPUT”
This function allows the user to select the screen resolution for HDMI output.
Note:
• If your TV or monitor does not support HDCP, a blue
screen without a picture appears when playing DVD discs
which are protected by copyright.
• The HDMI output options depend on the TV system
selected (PAL or NTSC).
• See your TV instruction manual for more information on
how to select the video input source.
• Please make sure your HD TV supports the high
resolution selected.
• You can also easily change the resolution by pressing the HD/RES button on the remote control
repeatedly.
1.4 “VIDEO”
Select the video output mode. Please ensure that you have connected the corresponding video source.
In order to do this, refer to “CONNECTIONS”.
Interlace-YUV: Select this option when the player is connected to a TV via a Y, Cb, Cr input.
TV-RGB: Select this option when the player is connected to a TV via a composite VIDEO or SCART
input.
P-SCAN YPBPR: Select this option when the player is connected to a TV with a progressive scan Y,
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Pb, Pr input.
S-VIDEO: Select this option when your player is connected to a TV via an S-VIDEO input.
Note: You can also use the V-MODE button on the remote control to select the video output mode in
STOP mode.
1.5 “TV TYPE”
“4:3 PS” Select this format if the unit is connected to a normal TV. The left and right edges of the wide
screen images are cut so that the image can be displayed in full screen.
“4:3 LB” Select this format when the unit is connected to a normal TV. Wide screen images are shown
on screen, with black bands on the top and bottom.
“16:9” Select this format when the unit is connected to a widescreen TV.
Notes:
• Some discs may not be able to play according to your selection, due to the format that has been
recorded onto a DVD disc.
• A disc recorded in 4:3 format will only play in 4:3 format.
• The TV format should correspond to your TV.
1.6 “PASSWORD” & “RATING”
Many DVD movie discs contain Motion Picture Association rating codes. This DVD Player will
recognize the codes on these discs, providing a method to prevent children from viewing films which
are not suitable for them.
1 (Kid safe): Suitable for all audiences
2 (G): Suitable for general audiences
3 (PG): Parental guidance suggested
4 (PG-13): Parental guidance suggested, unsuitable for children under 13
5 (PG-R): Parental guidance recommended - brief scenes containing mature language or situations
6 (R): Restricted - violence, adult language and situations unsuitable for young viewers
7 (NC 17): Adult theme or content, not suitable for children under 17
8 (Adult): Adult themes, language and nudity. Select this level of control to switch off parental control.
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to highlight “Rating”, then press ►. Select a parental control level and press ENTER.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select Password and press ►. Use the number keys (0-9) to enter the four-digit
password (the default password is “0000”) and press ENTER to confirm. The system is locked again,
which means that the parental control function is switched on.
3. In the SYSTEM SETUP menu, press ▲ or ▼ to highlight “Password” and press ►. Use the number
keys (0-9) to enter the four-digit password (the default password is “0000”) and press ENTER to
confirm. The system is unlocked, which means that you can adjust the setup for parental control. If a
mistake is made before pressing ENTER, press the CLEAR button and enter the 4-digit password
again. DVD discs that are rated above the selected level will not play. To change the password, first
enter the old password, then enter the new password.
Indicates Parental lock is NOT active.
The Parental lock is active.
Notes:
• The rating levels are only functional when the parental lock is active.
• The rating levels can only be changed when the parental lock is not active.
1.7 “DEFAULT”
This option allows you to restore the default settings.
2.LANGUAGE SETUP
You can select different languages for the setup menu.
You can also select different languages for the audio,
subtitles, and disc menu recorded on the DVD.
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2.1 “OSD LANGUAGE”
Select the on screen display language.
2.2 “AUDIO LANG”
Select the audio language.
2.3 “SUBTITLE LANG”
Select the language for the subtitles displayed on the TV screen.
2.4 “MENU LANG”
Select the disc menu language.
2.5 “MPEG4 SUBTITLE”
Select the language for the MPEG4 subtitles.
3.AUDIO SETUP
3.1 “AUDIO OUT”
If an amplifier is connected to the unit’s “COAXIAL” or
“OPTICAL” socket, the following settings can be selected.
“SPDIF/OFF”: The audio signal is not transmitted via the
“COAXIAL”, “OPTICAL” or “HDMI” output. Select this
option when no digital output is used.
“SPDIF/RAW”: Dolby Digital signals are fed unaltered to
the digital output. Generally, this setting is used with a
digital 5.1 channel receiver.
“SPDIF/PCM”: Dolby Digital and MPEG 2 multi-channel signals are converted to PCM (Pulse Code
Modulation). This setting is suitable for amplifiers or receivers without digital multi-channel sound
decoders.
Note:
• This unit cannot support DTS decode.
3.2 “GM5”
This option allows you to convert a 2 channel signal into a 5 channel sound with sound effects:
CINEMA, SONG or OFF (function disabled).
1.3 “KEY”
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the key tone.
4.VIDEO SETUP
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, HUE, SATURATION and
SHARPNESS of the video output quality.
5.SPEAKER SETUP
5.1 “DOWNMIX”
LT/RT: This option allows you to listen to the soundtrack as it would sound in a movie theatre, if the
original movie was recorded in the Pro Logic Dolby Digital format.
STEREO: When 2-channel sound is played, select this option to obtain stereo sound.
VSS: When 5.1-channel sound is played, the surround sound effect will be heard from the main
soundtrack.
5.1 CH: The 5.1-channel sound is output.
5.2 “SUBWOOFER”
OFF: The subwoofer output is disabled.
ON: The subwoofer output is enabled.
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5.3 “CENTER DELAY” / “REAR DELAY”
These options allow you to adjust the sound signal delay of the center and rear speakers.
5.4 “FRONT”/ “CENTER”/“REAR”
LARGE: Select this option for bass and treble audio signals to be output to the speakers that can
handle wide range sound frequencies.
SMALL: Select this option so that only treble audio signals are sent to the speakers that can handle
narrow range frequencies.
OFF (for center/ rear speakers only): Select this option to disable the speaker sound output.
6.DIGITAL SETUP
6.1 “OP MODE” (dynamic compression)
LINE OUT: This option allows the user to adjust the dynamic compression in order to limit variations in
volume to a level that is suitable for use at night.
RF REMOD: This option switches off dynamic compression for daytime use (the volume variations are
set to normal).
6.2 “DYNAMIC RANGE”
Select “LINE OUT” in OP MODE to adjust the compression rate. Select “FULL” to limit the volume
variations as much as possible. Select “OFF” to switch off the dynamic compression function.
NOTE: This option can be adjusted when the DOWNMIX setting is OFF.
6.3 “DUAL MODE”
Select this sub-menu to setup the L and R output modes: STEREO, MONO L, MONO R, and MIX
MONO.
PLAYING DVD / CD / VCD DISCS
1.
(Open / Close)
• Press to open the disc tray.
Note: Load the disc on the disc tray with disc label facing upwards.
• Press this button again to close the disk tray. The unit will start playback automatically.
2.
(PLAY/PAUSE)
• Press to start playback. Press it again to pause playback.
3.
STEP (Frame-by-Frame Advance)
The image can be advanced frame by frame.
• For DVD / VCD playback, press
STEP to advance frame by frame in STEP mode. Press
PLAY/PAUSE to resume the normal playback.
4. SLOW
Press the SLOW button to start forward/backward slow motion play in the following sequence: 1/2, 1/3,
1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7. Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button to resume normal playback.
Note: Slow motion is not applicable to CD playback.
5.
/
(forward/backward search)
Press the
/
buttons to perform a fast forward or backward search. Press the
PLAY/PAUSE
button to resume normal playback. Each time these buttons are pressed, the playback speed will be
adjusted in the following sequence: x2, x4, x8, x20.
6.
/
(Skip Forward/Backward)
When a disc is playing, you can skip backward/forward to the next track or chapter.
• Press the
button to skip to the beginning of the previous chapter or track.
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• Press the
button to skip to the beginning of the next chapter or track.
Press the
PLAY/PAUSE button to resume normal playback. Each time these buttons are
pressed, the playback speed will be adjusted in the following sequence: x2, x4, x8, x20.• For audio
CD discs, use the number buttons (0 - 9 on the remote control only) to directly jump to a track
number.
7. ■ (Stop)
• Press ■ once to stop the current playback instantly and enter the “Resume Play” mode. Press
PLAY/PAUSE to resume playback from the point where the disc was stopped.
• Press ■ twice to stop playback completely. It is now impossible to resume playback from the place
PLAY/PAUSE again to start playback from the beginning
where playback was stopped. Press
of the disc.
8. MENU
• Press to display the disc menu.
Notes:
This button has no function during playback of an audio CD. For VCDs, this function is only available in
PBC ON mode.
9. TITLE
• Press to display the title menu if available on the disc (DVD only).
10. ZOOM
The picture size can be magnified or reduced during playback.
• When a disc is playing, press the ZOOM button. Each time the ZOOM button is pressed, the ZOOM
settings will be changed as follows:
ZOOM 2 --> ZOOM 3 --> ZOOM 4 --> ZOOM 1/2 --> ZOOM 1/3--> ZOOM 1/4 --> ZOOM: OFF
• While an image is magnified, use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ►keys to pan the image for viewing.
• To return to the normal view, press the ZOOM key until the message ZOOM: OFF is shown. The
screen will return to normal.
11. ANGLE
ANGLE (change the viewing angle on a DVD)
Different viewing angles can be selected when playing a DVD video disc that contains scenes
recorded from multiple angles.
• Press ANGLE repeatedly to select different viewing angles if available on the disc.
12. AUDIO (select the subtitle languages available on the disc)
During DVD playback, different audio languages can be selected.
• When a disc is playing, press AUDIO to show the current audio language.
• Press repeatedly to select the desired audio language.
Note:
• For VCD, audio output (STEREO, Mono L, Mono R, MIX MONO) can be selected using the L/R
button.
• There will be no sound outputs when a DTS audio format is selected if a DTS disc is playing.
13. SUBTITLE
(To select the Subtitle Languages available on the disc)
During playback, you can change the subtitle language or disable the subtitle function.
• While a disc is playing, press SUB/RIP to show the current subtitle playback language.
• Press repeatedly to select the desired subtitle language.
Notes:
• This function can only be used for discs on which different subtitle languages have been recorded.
• The number of languages recorded may be different depending on the disc.
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ADVANCED PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS
1. DISPLAY function
While the disc is playing, press DISPLAY to display playback information available, depending on the
disc.
DVD:
• Press DISPLAY once to display the playback information
and playing time of the current chapter.
• Press DISPLAY twice to display more playback
Subtitle
information: audio language and output mode, subtitle
Audio
and angle.
--CD/VCD:
Angle
• Press DISPLAY once to display the playback information
and playing time of the current track.
1.1 TT (Title Info)
• Displays the title number being played and the total
number of titles recorded on the disc.
1.2 CH (Chapter Info)
• Displays the chapter number being played and the total
number of chapters recorded on the disc.
1.3 Elapsed time
• Displays the elapsed time from the beginning of the
title/chapter/disc/track being played.
Note: If there is a “-” displayed in the front of the time, this is the remaining time of current
title/chapter/track.
1.4 Audio
• Displays the audio language and audio output mode currently selected.
1.5 Subtitle
• Displays the subtitle language currently selected.
1.6 Angle
• Displays the viewing angle currently selected. When a disc without multi-angle is played, OFF is
displayed.
1.7 TRK (Track Info)
• Displays the Track Number being played and the total number of tracks recorded on the disc.
1.8 Mute off Icon
• This icon will be displayed when the mute function is switched off.
1.9 Repeat Mode
• Displays the current repeat mode.
Note: After checking the settings, press DISPLAY again to make the information disappear.
2.SEARCH function
This function allows you to select any point on the disc and to start playback from this point.
2.1 Selecting a Specific title/chapter for DVD or track for CD/VCD
You can select any specific title/chapter/track and start playback from this point by directly selecting it.
• Press SEARCH.
• Press ◄ or ► to highlight the title / chapter / track field and press the corresponding number key
0 - 9.
• Press ENTER to confirm. The unit will then start playback from the selected position.
Note: Press CLEAR to cancel a selection.
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2.2 Locating a specific time
A specific time can be selected by directly entering the time (hours, minutes, seconds).
• Press SEARCH.
• Press ◄ or ► to highlight the time.
• Using the number keys directly enter the time when playback should start.
- The first two digits are for the hours.
- The next two digits are for the minutes.
- The last two digits are for the seconds.
• After entering the time, press ENTER to confirm. The unit will then start playback from the selected
time.
Notes:
• Some discs may not allow use of this function.
• Some scenes may not be located as precisely as specified.
• This method for accessing a specific location is available only within the current title of the DVD disc
or current track of the CD.
• For VCDs, this function only works if PBC is off.
• Press CLEAR to delete any mistakes.
3.Programming playback
Contents of the disc can be played in a selected order.
• Press the PROGRAM button.
Note: During VCD/SVCD playback, the function is only available when PBC is OFF.
PROGRAM
3.1 DVD Programming
(2 digit format, e.g. 01). Use the
• Enter the title numbers in
/ buttons to highlight the chapter number and enter the
chapter numbers in two digits.
• Use ◄, ►, ▲ or ▼to move to another field.
Chapter
Title
• Repeat the above steps for the next titles/chapters.
• Press
PLAY/PAUSE or highlight PLAY on the screen and press ENTER to start the
programmed playback.
PROGRAM
3.2 CD/VCD/SVCD Programming
• Enter the track numbers of your choice (two digits).
• Refer to the previous section to program the tracks of your choice.
3.3 Clear the Programs
• Highlight the current field on the screen and press CLEAR to delete the program.
Note:
• Highlight “CLEAR” on the PROG screen and press ENTER to delete all programs.
4. Repeat playback
A specific title, chapter or track can be played repeatedly.
Note: During VCD / SVCD playback, repeat playback is only available when PBC is OFF.
4.1 Repeating a Title/Chapter/Track/All disc
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• Press the REPEAT button
For DVDs : “OFF”> “Chapter” > “Title”
For CD /VCD/SVCD Disc: “OFF”> “REP 1” > “REP All”
For MP3 / JPEG / WMA files: “OFF”>”REP 1”>”REP DIR”>”REP All”
4.2 Repeating a Specific Section
A-B repeat playback allows a specific section to be repeated.
• While the disc is playing, press the A-B button to set the beginning of the section
(point A) to be played repeatedly.
• Press the A-B button again to set the end of the section (point B) to be played
repeatedly.
• The unit will then immediately begin replaying the selection ( A to B) repeatedly.
• Press the A-B button again to clear the programmed repeat playback and return to normal playback.
Note:
• The A-B repeat function can only be used within the same title or track. If points A and B are defined
in different titles or tracks, A-B repeat is cancelled.
5.VCD/SVCD playback control
While a VCD / SVCD is playing, press PBC repeatedly to switch PBC (Playback Control) on or off.
• If PBC ON is selected, the disc menu (if available) will appear on the TV. Use
/
or the number
keys (0-9) to select an option.
PLAYING MP3 / JPEG / WMA / MPEG 4 FILES
1.
(PLAY/PAUSE)
• Press to start playback. Press it again to pause playback.
2.
/
(Skip)
• Press to skip to the next/previous track or picture.
3. ■ (Stop)
• Press to stop playback and display the selection menu (JPEG and movie files).
Note: Press
PLAY/PAUSE to play from the beginning.
4. ZOOM
• Press to zoom into the picture when playing JPEG or MPEG4 files.
5. Flipping and rotating a still picture (JPEG)
• Press the navigation keys(▲,▼,◄,►) to flip or rotate a still picture.
▲: flip the picture vertically.
▼: flip the picture horizontally.
◄: rotate the picture 90° counter-clockwise.
►: rotate the picture 90° clockwise.
6. Audio (MPEG4)
• During playback, press AUDIO to show the current playback audio language.
• Press repeatedly to select the desired audio language.
7. Subtitle (MPEG4)
• The unit only can support the MPEG4 files with external subtitles.
• To use the subtitle function:
1). Download or create the subtitle file with the specified format, e.g. Subrip (*.srt), MicroDVD (*.sub),
SAMI Captioning (*.smi), SubViewer 2.0 (*.sub).
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2). Name the MPEG 4 movie and subtitle file with the same characters (e.g. abc.avi and abc.srt). Burn
them on to a CD disc or copy them into the USB, SD/MMC/MS device.
3). Insert the disc or USB, SD/MMC/MS device and select the MPEG4 file to play, then press SUB/RIP
to turn the subtitles on or off.
Selection Menu
The selection menu will appear when MP3/
WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 files are read. All the folders will appear
on the left hand menu and will be numbered in ascending
order. When one of the folders is highlighted, all the contents
of the folder will be displayed on the right side of the menu.
You can display one type of file (music, pictures or films). Use
the navigation keys to highlight the icon corresponding to the
type of file that you would like to select (music, image or film).
These icons can be found at the bottom of selection menu.
Press ENTER to confirm. Then select the files and press
PLAY/PAUSE to start playback.
ENTER or
[MUSIC] --- MP3 / WMA files
The unit will play the MP3 / WMA file currently selected. It will then play all the files in the sub-folders
contained within the current folder. After that, the unit will play the remaining folders on the disc.
[PICTURE] --- JPEG files
Press
PLAY/PAUSE, and the unit will start the slideshow from the JPEG file currently selected.
Then you can zoom in on or rotate the displayed pictures. You can also select a folder and display all
PLAY/PAUSE button.
the files in that folder. Select the folder of your choice and press the
[MOVIE] --- MPEG 4 files
The unit will read the file currently selected.
Notes:
• WMA, MP3, JPEG and MPEG4 files cannot be played simultaneously.
• The highlighted icon at the bottom of the menu indicates what kind of file is playing.
AUDIO CD RIPPING (ENCODING IN MP3 FORMAT)
With this player, you can record your favorite CD music to a USB device or SD/MMC/MS card with
MP3 format.
1. Check that the USB device or SD/MMC/MS card has been properly connected.
2. Insert a CD disc that contains the music you want to record into the disc tray.
3. Use the USB/CARD button on the remote control to select the disc mode.
4. Press the SUB/RIP button on the remote control, the CD
RIPPING menu is then displayed on the screen.
• In the OPTIONS menu, use ▲,▼,◄ or ► to choose an
option and then press ENTER to change the settings.
ENCODE OPTIONS
SPEED: Set the encoding speed between 1X and 4X.
BITRATE: You can choose one of the following bitrates:
“128KBPS”, “160KBPS”, “192KBPS”, “256KBPS” and “320KBPS”. The sound quality of the MP3 files
depends on the compression rate that you choose. In order to obtain audio quality similar to that of a
CD, use a sampling rate between 128 Kbps and 160 Kbps. Use of a higher rate, such as 192 Kbps or
more, rarely gives better quality. Conversely, files with a decompression rate lower than 128 Kbps are
not of sufficient quality.
FILE OPTIONS
CREATE ID3 TAG: This option allows you to create ID3 tags, if available on the disc.
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CREATE PLAYLIST: This option allows you to create a playlist under the name “Unknown
Album.m3u”. This list includes all the recorded tracks and can
be played on a PC.
STORAGE OPTIONS
This option allows you to select the source on which you
would like to record the tracks: USB or SD/MMC/MC.
• In the TRACKS menu, the default is to record all the tracks
that have a “cross” mark in the box next to them. You can
use You can uncheck all the tracks or several tracks of
your choice. In order to do this, ▲ or ▼ to select the track
that you do not want to record and then press ENTER to
confirm deletion.
• In the START menu, you can check the total tracks, total
time and total size that you want to record.
Press ENTER to start playing and recording the selected tracks.
--> The track progress bar and total progress bar will display on
the screen indicating the recording progress.
--> During recording, highlight “CHANGE SPEED” and press
ENTER to change the encoding speed. If you select the
encoding speed 4X, the sound will be muted.
--> Highlight “CANCEL” and press “OK” to stop recording.
--> FULL” appears if the storage space on the storage device is full.
When recording is complete, press ENTER to confirm.
• Highlight QUIT and press ENTER to exit the CD RIPPING menu.
• All the tracks are saved in the folder named “Unknown Album”.
Notes:
• If “ERROR” appears during CD ripping, or the MP3 files cannot be read after ripping, please format
the USB device or SD/MMC/MS card in FAT or FAT32 and then start the ripping again.
INFORMATION ON DISC COMPATIBILITY
Disc formats supported by this DVD player:
DISC TYPE
DVD
DVD-R
DVD+R
DVD-RW
DVD+RW
SVCD
VCD
CD
HD-CD
MP3/JPEG
CONTENTS
SIZE
MAXIMUM TIME
133 min (SS-SL)
242 min (SS-DL)
266 min (DS-SL)
484 min (DS-DL)
Audio + Video
12 cm
Audio + Video
Audio + Video
Audio
Audio
Audio / Image (high resolution despite
compression)
12 cm
12 cm
12 cm
12 cm
45 min
74 min
74 min
74 min
12 cm
600 min
· The characteristics of some DVD discs are specified by the software maker. Please refer to the disc
instruction manual for more information.
· This DVD player will play most recordable (CD-R) OR re-writable (CD-RW) CDs, and most
recordable (DVD-R, DVD+R) or re-writable (DVD-RW, DVD+RW) DVDs. In some cases, discs
created by a computer require finalization of the disc to enable playback.
Discs created by some computers and/or software programs may not be compatible. This will affect
playback but is not the result of a defect in this device.
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PLAYER ZONE:
The zone this player can play is discs from zone “2”.This indication is marked
on the DVD disc label.
Disc terminology:
Title:
Generally, pictures or music compressed on a DVD are divided into several sections called “titles”.
Chapter:
This is a smaller segment of picture or music within a DVD under a title. A title is comprised of one or
more chapters, each numbered for easy searching. Some discs may not have chapters.
Track:
This is a segment of a picture or music on a CD or other disc. Each track is numbered for easy
searching.
Care of Disc
Video discs contain high-density compressed data that needs careful handling.
1. Hold the disc on the outer edge and/or the
center spindle hole. Do not touch the disc
surface.
2. Do not bend or press the disc.
3. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or
heating sources. Store discs vertically in a cabinet, in dry conditions.
Prevent exposure to:
Direct sunlight
Heat or exhaust from a heating device
Extreme humidity
Clean the disc surface with a soft, dry cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc surface gently, from the center
towards the outer edge.
Do not apply thinner, alcohol, chemical solvent, or sprays to discs when cleaning them. Such cleaning
fluids will permanently damage the disc surface.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
NO POWER
•Check that the player is switched on.
•Check if the power cord is properly
connected.
NO PICTURE
•Check if the TV is switched on.
•Check if the correct AV input is selected on
the TV (refer to the TV manual for more
details).
•Check the video connection between the
player and TV.
NO PICTURE AT HDMI OUTPUT.
•Check if the TV HDMI input is selected.
•Check if the HDMI resolution selected
corresponds to resolution of your HD TV.
•Check if your HD TV supports HDCP.
BAD QUALITY PICTURE
•Check the disc for fingerprints and clean with
soft cloth, wiping from the center to the
edge.
•A small amount of picture distortion may
sometimes appear-this is not a malfunction.
•Check if the disc format is compatible with the
TV (PAL/NTSC).
BLACK AND WHITE PICTURE
If it appears that the unit is faulty, first consult
this checklist. It may be that something simple
has been overlooked.
Note: Under no circumstances should you try to
repair the unit yourself as this will void the
warranty. Only qualified service personnel
should remove the cover or service this unit.
THE PLAYER DOES NOT RESPOND TO THE
REMOTE CONTROL
•Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on
the front of the player.
•Avoid all obstacles which may interfere with the
transmission path.
•Inspect and/or replace the batteries.
NO SOUND FROM THE SPEAKERS
• Check the speaker cable connections.
• Check that the volume control is NOT at
minimum setting.
• Check that the mute function is not
activated.
• Check if the disc is defective by trying another
disc.
NO SOUND
•Check audio connections.
•If using a Hi-Fi amplifier, try another sound
source.
•Clean the disc.
•Check if the disc format is compatible with the
TV (PAL/NTSC).
•Check that DVD player is not connected
•Check if the disc is defective by trying
through VCR.
another disc.
PICTURE INTERFERENCE
NO AUDIO AT DIGITAL OUTPUT
•Relocate the unit further away from possible
•Check the digital connections.
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sources of interference or emission (e.g.
•Check the audio setup menu to make sure that
radio, power amplifier, radiator etc.).
the digital output is correctly set.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
Power consumption
Discs and files supported
TV system
Video out
Audio out
Frequency response
Output terminals
Maximum Capacity supported by the USB Port
Card slot type
Maximum capacity supported by the card slot
AC 230V ~ 50 Hz
20 Watts
DVD-Video, DVD+R/RW DVD-R/RW, CD-DA,
CD-R/RW, MP3, JPEG, VCD2.0, Full
compatibility with MPEG 4, Xvid (.avi)
PAL/NTSC
Composite video 1.0 Vp-p 75 Ohm
Analog audio out 2. 0V (RMS) / 10K Ohm load
20Hz -20KHz +/- 3dB
Audio/video (composite) output x 1
SCART output x 1
S-VIDEO output x 1
Y Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr component video output x 1
5.1 Channel audio output (left front/back, right
front/back, subwoofer) x 1
Digital coaxial output x 1
Optical output x 1
HDMI output x 1
USB Port Type
8 GB
SD/MMC/MS
4 GB
Some external hard disks may not be supported
(particularly if they are not in FAT32 format).
Detecting scanning the hard disk may sometimes
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Dimension
Weight (full package)
take a few minutes.
Player: 430 (L) X 210 (W) X 38 (H) mm
Approx 2.5 Kg
Note: Due to continuing improvements, these technical specifications are subject to change without
notice.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product please note that
waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle
where facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer for recycling advice (Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive).
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