SCOTT XSE 60 Phuke User guide

SCOTT XSE 60 Phuke User guide
SAFETY
LASER:
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Type:
Wavelength:
Output Power:
Beam Divergence:
Dual semiconductor laser GaAIAs
650nm and 780nm
7mW
60 degrees
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN OR INTERLOCK
FAILED OR DEFEATED.
WARNINGS:
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. Avoid direct exposure to laser beam.
To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the
enclosure.
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WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSBESTIMMUNGEN
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.
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Read all safety and operating instructions before
operating your unit.
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Prevent the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs and connections.
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Keep these instructions for future reference.
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Heed all warnings on your unit and in the operating
instructions.
The power cord and mains plug should remain
easily accessible.
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All operation instructions should be followed.
Use only attachments or accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
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Do not use this unit near water. For example, do
not use this unit near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, near a
swimming pool or other areas located near water.
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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.
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Clean only with a dry cloth. Unplug this unit from
the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners.
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Unplug this unit during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
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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 overheating.
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Do not place the unit 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 correct ventilation is provided or these
instructions have been adhered to.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when your unit has been
damaged in any way, such as when the powersupply 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.
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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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Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other electronic
devices (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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CONTENTS
SAFETY--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2
BOX CONTENTS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
FRONT, TOP AND BACK PANEL-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-4
CONNECTIONS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4
REMOTE CONTROL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
GETTING STARTED & BASIC SETUP ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6-9
3D SOUND TECHNOLOGY----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9
PLAYING DVD / CD / VCD DISCS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10-11
ADVANCED PLAYBACK FUNCTION-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11-13
PLAYING MP3 / JPEG / WMA / MPEG 4 FILES---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13-14
AUDIO CD RIPPING (ENCODING IN MP3 FORMAT)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------14-15
LISTENING TO THE RADIO-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
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BOX
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DVD Micro System
FM antenna and AM loop antenna
Remote control
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RCA audio cable (red/white)
RCA video cable (yellow)
Instruction manual
FRONT, TOP AND BACK PANEL
Front and top panels
1.
2.
3
12
(standby) button
3D SOUND button
buttons
BALANCE
S (SOURCE) button
PLAY/PAUSE button
5.
STOP button
6.
2
8
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3.
4.
OPEN/CLOSE button
7.
8.
Standby mode LED indicator
9.
Infrared Receiver Window (IR)
10. LCD Display
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11. Disc slot
12. VOLUME dial
13. AMBIENCE
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14. Speakers (6x)
15. Subwoofer
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/
level buttons
Back panel
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1.
Power cord (AC~)
2.
SCART OUTPUT socket
3.
FM antenna output (FM 75 ohm)
4.
POWER ON/OFF switch
5.
Video output
6.
Connector for AM loop antenna
7.
AUX IN jack
8.
HDMI output
9.
Audio input L/R
10.
Earphones jack
11. USB port
Note:
First remove the cover to gain access to the back panel
CONNECTIONS
Connecting to the TV
The way in which the main unit is connected and the kinds of cables used can make a noticeable difference in picture
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:
Different options for connecting your DVD player to a TV
Cable
Video mode
Picture
Output(s)
Cable
supplied
(Press the HD RES button
quality
(Yes/No)
on the remote control)
SCART
Normal
SCART cable
No
480P/576P (TV-RGB)
Composite VIDEO
Video cable
Normal
Yes
480P/576P (TV-RGB)
output
(yellow)
HDMI
Excellent
HDMI cable
No
720P, 1080i, 1080P)
Press the HD RES button on the remote control will automatically set to the optimal resolution for your TV.
AUDIO INPUTS
You can connect an external appliance (for example a VCR or satellite receiver) in order to listen to the sound on the
speakers of this unit. In order to do so, use a red and white RCA audio cable (supplied) to connect the audio outputs
on the external appliance to the left/right audio inputs on the DVD micro system. Then press the SOURCE button
to select “AUX” mode.
AUX IN
You can use your DVD micro system to amplify the sound from your external audio device (such as an MP3, CD
or MD player). In order to do this, connect the AUX IN jack of this unit to the headphones output of your audio device
using an audio cable (not supplied). Then press the SOURCE button to select “AUX” mode.
Note: Do not connect both RCA left/right audio inputs and AUX IN jack at the same time as both signals would be
mixed,
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REMOTE CONTROL
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(standby): Switch the unit on or place it in
standby mode.
0 - 9 (number keys): In DVD/VCD/CD mode,
use these buttons to enter the title, chapter,
track and time search selections. In radio
mode, use these buttons to enter a preset
station.
TITLE: Display the title menu if available on
the DVD disc.
3D : Display the 3D sound menu.
MENU/RIPPING: 1) In DVD mode, press this
button to display the disc menu. 2) When PBC
mode is on, press this button to view a VCD
disc menu. 3) In CD mode, Convert CD audio
files into MP3 digital files and save them on a
USB flash drive.
13.
14.
/ / /
(CH-/CH+/TUNE+/TUNE-) Navigation
buttons- 1) Press these buttons to move the cursor in
the menus.
2) Flip or rotate a picture. -3) Move within the picture in
zoom mode.
/
to change the radio
4) Tuner mode: Press
/
to change the radio station.
frequency. Press
/ : Skip backward/forward to the previous/next
chapter in DVD mode or track for CD/VCD mode.
BOOKMARK: Display the bookmark menu.
HD RES: Select the HDMI output resolution.
ZOOM/CLEAR: 1) Select different zoom ratios during
playback. 2) Clear the information you have entered.
ANGLE/PBC: 1) Select different viewing angles (if
available on disc). 2) Turn PBC ON or OFF on a VCD/
SVCD disc.
SOURCE: select a mode in the following order:
“DVD”, “USB”, “AUX”, “FM RADIO”, “AM
RADIO”.
DVD/USB: Select DVD or USB mode.
SLEEP: Set your unit to go into standby mode
automatically after a preset duration.
/ OPEN/CLOSE, STOP,: Open or close the disc,
Stop playback,.
16. - VOL +: Increase or decrease the volume.
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(MUTE)/DIM (DIMMER): Press to mute or restore
the sound output from the speakers/ Press and hold
to dim the brightness of the display.
DISPLAY: Display current playback information.
: Play/Pause playback.
SETUP: Enter or exit the system setup menu.
OK: Confirm the selection.
: DVD mode - Fast search backward or forward.
Radio mode – Auto scan.
SUBTITLE: Select a different subtitle language.
AUDIO/FM ST: 1) in DVD mode, select different
languages (if available on the disc). For VCD discs,
this option also enables you to select one of these
audio modes: (“STEREO”,”MONO L”, “MONO R”
and “MIX MONO”). 2) In FM mode, select mono or
stereo.
GOTO: Display the search menu to search for a
specific title, chapter, track or time on a disc.
PLAYMODE: Select different play modes: program,
random or repeat.
A-B: Set point-to-point repeat playback or to clear
repeat mode.
EX BASS (EXTRA BASS): Boost the bass effect.
EQ: Select an EQ mode: “FLAT ” , “ R O C K ” , “ P O P ” ,
“CLASSIC” or “JAZZ”.
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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. Set the power ON/OFF switch located at the back of the unit
button on the unit or on the remote control to turn on the unit.
to the “ON” position and press the
Notes:
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The protective disc will be automatically ejected for first time use.
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The unit is fitted with a cooling fan and it is therefore normal to hear the fan when the unit is turned on.
4. Turn on the TV and set to the correct video-in source.
button on the remote control or on the unit. If the unit is not to be
5. To go to the standby mode, press the
used for a long time, please disconnect the power cord.
Notes:
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The effective distance for remote control operation is about 5 meters.
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Replace the batteries when the remote control operating distance starts to reduce.
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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 damage 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 S button on the unit or the SOURCE or DVD/USB button on the remote control to select DISC
mode.
button on the front panel or on the remote control to close the disc. The unit will
2. Insert a disc, press the
read the disc and start to play it, or it will display a start menu.
Inserting a USB device (in DVD mode)
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Insert a USB device in the USB port on the unit. If a disc is inserted, press the DVD/USB button on the
remote control to select USB mode. The player will automatically play the files contained in the USB device.
Notes:
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Please ensure the USB device has been properly inserted in the USB port.
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This unit cannot support NTFS format. If the device does not work with this unit, please check the file
system and format it in FAT or FAT32.
Although you can watch a movie immediately, to get the best from this unit, it is recommended that you
carry out the basic setup first.
BASIC SETUP
Press the button to turn on the unit and press the SETUP button when no disc has been inserted or in stop mode to
enter the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Basic Operation
or
to select one of the menus below (icons at the top of the display):
1. Press
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SYSTEM SETUP
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LANGUAGE SETUP
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VIDEO SETUP
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AUDIO SETUP
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SPEAKER SETUP
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2.
Press
3.
4.
5.
Press
or
to select a new setting, then press OK to confirm the new setting.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 to change any settings.
Press the SETUP button to exit setup.
For more details, please refer to the next chapters.
or
to select different settings in a menu. Press
or OK to confirm the setting.
1. SYSTEM SETUP
1.1 “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.
1.2 JPEG TIME
Select the slide show interval (5 SEC, 10 SEC, 15 SEC) between each picture
while playing the picture CD.
1.3 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.
or
to highlight “Rating”, then press
. Select a parental control level and press OK.
1.
Press
2.
Press
or
to select Password and press . Use the number keys (0-9) to enter the four-digit password
and press OK to confirm. The system is locked again, which means that the parental control function is
switched on.
3.
to highlight “Password” and press . Use the number keys (0In the SYSTEM SETUP menu, press or
9) to enter the four-digit password and press OK to confirm. The system is unlocked, which means that you
can adjust the setup for parental control. If a mistake is made before pressing OK, 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 unlock the system by entering the old password, then enter the new password.
Indicates that the parental lock is NOT active.
The parental lock is active.
Notes:
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The rating levels are only functional when the parental lock is active.
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The rating levels can only be changed when the parental lock is not active.
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If you forget the password, enter “76418” when no disc has been inserted in the player. The factory
password settings will then be restored.
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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, according to the languages available on the DVD.
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.
3. VIDEO SETUP
3.1 “TV TYPE”
“4:3 PS” Select this format if the unit is connected to a normal TV.
The left and right edges of the widescreen 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.
Widescreen 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:
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Some discs may not be able to play your selection, due to the format in which the DVD was recorded.
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A disc recorded in 4:3 format will only play in 4:3 format.
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The TV format should correspond to your TV.
3.2 “TV SYSTEM”
This player supports two different TV systems: 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.
3.3 “HDMI OUTPUT”
This function allows the user to select the screen resolution for HDMI output.
Note:
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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.
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The HDMI output options depend on the TV system selected
(PAL or NTSC).
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See your TV instruction manual for more information on how to select the
video input source.
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Please make sure your HD TV supports the high resolution selected.
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You can easily set the optimal resolution automatically by pressing the HD/RES button on the remote
control.
4. AUDIO SETUP
4.1 DYNAMIC RANGE
Reduces large variations in volume for night-time listening.
On: Loud sounds are turned down slightly.
Off: Sounds are played as they were recorded on the disc.
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5. SPEAKER SETUP
5.1 VOCAL MODE
When playing karaoke discs, you can select one of the following vocal
effects: VOCAL NONE, VOCAL LEFT, VOCAL RIGHT and VOCAL ALL.
Note:
This function is not available for some karaoke discs.
5.2 SPEAKER TEST
Press
to highlight an icon, the corresponding name (speaker 1, ...
speaker 6 or subwoofer) is displayed and a test tone will be produced
from that speaker. Repeat the procedure to test the other speakers.
Press
or OK to exit the test.
3D SOUND TECHNOLOGY
3D Sound technology uses wavefield synthesis and soundfield reproduction to eliminate the physical dimensions of
a room and transform it into a virtual soundfield. With wavefield synthesis sonic waves are produced and dispersed
throughout the listening room through 6 speakers and one speaker subwoofer ensuring localization of virtual sound
sources does not depend on the listener’s position. As in a natural environment real sounds are heard within the
room regardless of the device positioning.
3D sound
button on the remote control to display the sonic emotion sound menu. The
During playback, press the 3D
/ buttons to select a setting and use /
buttons to adjust. After
following options are available. Use the
setting, press the 3D button
again to confirm and exit the menu.
3D Sound: ON/OFF – Turn the 3D sound effect on/off.
When the 3D sound is turned on, you can adjust the ambience and balance.
Ambience: Enhance the surround sound effect.
Balance: Adjust the balance (left and right).
Note:
You can also use the 3D SOUND, AMBIENCE
settings.
/
and BALANCE
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/
buttons on the unit to access above
PLAYING DVD / CD / VCD DISCS
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(Open / Close)
Note: Load the disc on the disc slot with disc label facing upwards.
The unit will start playback automatically. Press the
button to eject the disc.
(Play/Pause)
Press to start or pause playback.
(Backward / Forward Search, Slow Motion)
Press
to search backward or forward. Press
to resume normal playback speed. Each time the or button is pressed, the playback speed changes in the following sequence: x2, x4, x8, x20.
In pause mode, press to start forward slow motion play according to the following sequence: 1/2, 1/3, 1/
4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7. Press
to resume normal playback.
Note: Slow motion is not applicable to CD playback.
(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.
Press the
button to skip to the beginning of the next chapter or track.
For audio CD discs, use the number buttons to directly jump to a track number.
(Stop)
Press
once to stop the current playback instantly and enter the “Resume Play” mode. Press
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 where
playback was stopped. Press
again to start playback from the beginning of the disc.
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.
TITLE
Press to display the title menu if available on the disc (DVD only).
ZOOM
The picture size can be magnified or reduced during playback.
When a disc is playing, press the ZOOM/CLEAR button. Each time the ZOOM/CLEAR 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
, ,
, keys to pan the image for viewing.
To return to the normal view, press the ZOOM/CLEAR key until the message ZOOM: OFF is shown. The
screen will return to normal.
Note: In HD video mode, zoom function does not work for JPEG files.
ANGLE/PBC
ANGLE (change the viewing angle on a DVD)
Different viewing angles can be selected when playing a DVD disc that contains scenes recorded from
multiple angles.
Press ANGLE/PBC repeatedly to select different viewing angles if available on the disc.
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PBC (VCD/SVCD)
When a VCD/SVCD is playing, press ANGLE/PBC repeatedly to switch between PBC ON and OFF.
If PBC ON is selected, the disc menu (if available) will appear on the TV. Use the number keys (0-9) to select
the options in the menu.
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10. AUDIO (select the audio languages available on the disc)
During playback, different audio languages can be selected.
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When a disc is playing, press AUDIO/FM ST to show the current audio language.
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Press repeatedly to select the desired audio language.
Notes:
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Press this button to select an audio output (STEREO, Mono L, Mono R, MIX MONO) when playing a VCD.
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There will be no sound output when a DTS audio format is selected if a DTS disc is playing.
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11. SUBTITLE (select the subtitle languages available on the disc)
During playback, you can change the subtitle language or disable the subtitle function.
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While a disc is playing, press SUBTITLE to show the current subtitle language.
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Press repeatedly to select the desired subtitle language.
Notes:
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This function can only be used for discs on which different subtitle languages have been recorded.
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The number of languages recorded may be different depending on the disc.
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2.
DISPLAY function
While the disc is playing, press DISPLAY to display the playback information available, depending on the
disc.
GOTO 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 a DVD or track for a CD/VCD
You can select any specific title/chapter/track and start playback from this point by directly selecting it.
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Press GOTO.
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Press
or
to highlight the title / chapter / track field and press the corresponding number key 0 - 9.
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Press OK to confirm. The unit will then start playback from the selected position.
Note: Press ZOOM/CLEAR to cancel a selection.
2.2. Locating a specific time
A specific time can be selected by directly entering the time (hours, minutes, seconds).
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Press GOTO.
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Press
or
to highlight the time.
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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.
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After entering the time, press OK to confirm. The unit will then start playback from the selected time.
Notes:
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Some discs may not allow use of this function.
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Some scenes may not be located as precisely as specified.
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This method for accessing a specific location is available only within the current title of the DVD disc or
current track of the CD.
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For VCDs, this function only works if PBC is off.
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Press ZOOM/CLEAR to delete any mistakes.
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3.
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Programming playback
Contents of the disc can be played in a selected order.
Press the PLAYMODE button.
or
to select “PROG” mode.
When “MODE” is highlighted, use
Then press OK to confirm.
Note: During VCD/SVCD playback, the function is only available when PBC
is OFF.
3.1. DVD Programming
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(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.
/
Chapter
Title
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or
to move to another field.
Use
PL AY
PROGRAM
Repeat the above steps for the next titles/chapters.
or highlight PLAY on the screen and press OK to start the programmed playback.
Press
CL EA R
3.2. CD/VCD/SVCD Programming
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Enter the track numbers of your choice (two digits).
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Refer to the previous section to program the tracks of your choice.
3.3. Clear the Programs
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Highlight the current field on the screen and press ZOOM/CLEAR to delete the program.
Note:
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Highlight “CLEAR” on the PROG screen and press OK to delete all programs.
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5.
Random playback
Chapters in a DVD and tracks in a CD/VCD can be played in random order.
Press the PLAYMODE button.
to select RANDOM mode.
When MODE is highlighted, use /
Then press OK to confirm.
Note:
This function is only available with VCDs when PBC is off.
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.
5.1. Repeating a Title/Chapter/Track/All disc
/
to select the REPEAT option.
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Press the PLAYMODE button, then use
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button to select the repeat mode and press OK to confirm.
Use the /
For DVDs: “OFF” > “Chapter” > “Title”
For CD /VCD/SVCD Disc: “OFF”> “REP 1” > “REP All”
For MP3 / JPEG / WMA files: “OFF”>”REP DIR”>”REP 1">”REP All”
5.2. Repeating a Specific Section
A-B repeat playback allows a specific section to be repeated.
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While the disc is playing, press the A-B button to set the beginning of the section
(point A) to be played repeatedly.
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Press the A-B button again to set the end of the section (point B) to be played
repeatedly.
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The unit will then immediately begin replaying the selection (A to B) repeatedly.
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Press the A-B button again to clear the programmed repeat playback and return
to normal playback.
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REPEAT AREPEAT A-B
A-B CANCEL
Note:
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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.
6.
·
·
VCD/SVCD playback control
While a VCD / SVCD is playing, press ANGLE/ 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 (09) to select an option.
Press MENU to return to the disc menu when PBC is on.
7. Bookmark
The bookmark feature allows you to mark a specific point.
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7.1. Creating a Bookmark MARK
·
During DVD / CD / VCD playback, press BOOKMARK to access the bookmark menu.
·
Press OK to add the first bookmark, then use the
additional bookmarks.
/
buttons to move the cursor and press OK to add
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7.2. Recalling a Bookmark MARK 12
·
During playback, press BOOKMARK to access the bookmark menu.
·
Use the / button to highlight the desired bookmark and press OK to play from the bookmark point. Press
ZOOM/CLEAR to delete the highlighted bookmark.
Note:
This function is only available with VCDs when PBC is off.
·
PLAYING MP3 / JPEG / WMA / MPEG 4 FILES
1.
·
(Play/Pause)
Press to start or pause playback.
2.
·
/
(Skip)
Press to skip to the next/previous file.
3.
·
(Stop)
Press to stop playback and display the selection menu (JPEG and movie files).
Note:
Press
to play from the beginning.
4.
·
ZOOM
Press to zoom into the picture when playing JPEG or MPEG4 files.
5.
·
Navigation
Press the navigation keys(
6.
·
·
Audio (MPEG4)
During playback, press AUDIO/FM ST to show the current audio language.
Press repeatedly to select the desired audio language.
7.
·
ROTATE/Flip (for JPEG files only)
During the playback of JPEG files, press
,
,
,
) to select a file and then press OK to start playback.
/
to rotate or
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/
to flip the picture.
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 the selection menu.
Press OK to confirm. Then select the files of your choice and press OK
to start playback.
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BITRATE
FOLDER TEST
FOLDER 1
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Music
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
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09
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Picture
BITRATE_03
BITRATE_04
BITRATE_05
BITRATE_06
BITRATE_07
BITRATE_08
BITRATE_09
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Movie
[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
, and the unit will start a slideshow from the JPEG file currently selected. Then you can zoom or rotate the
Press
displayed pictures. You can also select a folder and display all the files in that folder. Select the folder of your choice
button.
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 with MP3 format.
1. Check that the USB device has been properly connected.
2. Insert a CD disc that contains the music you want to record into the
disc tray.
3. Use the DVD/USB button on the remote control to select the disc mode.
4. Press the RIPPING button on the remote control, the CD RIPPING
menu is then displayed on the screen.
•
In the OPTIONS menu, use
, , , to choose an option and then press OK 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.
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 source on which you record the tracks: USB.
•
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 uncheck all
the tracks or several tracks of your choice. In order to do this, you can
or
to select the track that you do not want to record and then
use
press OK to confirm deletion.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
In the START menu, you can check the total tracks, total time and total size
that you want to record.
Press OK to start playing and encoding the selected tracks.
The track progress bar and total progress bar will display on the screen
indicating the encoding progress.
During encoding, highlight “CHANGE SPEED” and press OK to change the
encoding speed. If you select the encoding speed 4X, the sound will be
muted.
Highlight “CANCEL” and press “O K ” to stop encoding.
“ FULL” appears if the storage space on the USB device is full. When
encoding is complete, press OK to confirm.
Highlight QUIT and press OK to exit the CD RIPPING menu.
All the tracks are saved in the folder named “Unknown Album”.
Notes:
If “USB ERROR” appears during CD ripping, or the MP3 files cannot be
read after ripping, please format the USB device in FAT or FAT32 and then
start the ripping again.
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Important:
Make sure the FM and AM antennas are connected and FM antenna is extended. You can program up to 20 each FM
and AM radio stations for easy recall.
To search for a radio station
button to turn on the unit.
1.
Press the
2.
Press the SOURCE button repeatedly to select FM or AM mode.
3.
Tune to the radio station using one of the following methods:
•
Manual Tuning — Press
•
button on the remote control to activate the AUTO SCAN function. The
Automatic Tuning— Press the
unit will stop on any radio station found. Repeat this process until the unit stops at the desired station.
/
repeatedly on the remote control until the desired frequency is reached.
To store a radio station
1.
If you would like to store the current station, press the OK button and
the frequency flashes on the display.
2.
Press
/
or use the remote control number keys to select the
preset station number that you want to allocate to this station.
3.
Press OK again to store the radio station under this channel number. The radio station is now memorized.
4.
Repeat the above steps to store up to 20 radio stations.
Note:
When you tune to an FM station with a weak signal manually, press AUDIO/FM ST on the remote control to
switch from stereo mode to mono mode to reduce the background noise.
To recall a memorized radio station
Press
/
on the remote control or
/
on the front panel to recall a memorized radio station.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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.
NO POWER
·
Check that the player is switched on.
·
Check if the power cord is properly
connected.
·
Check the position of the ON/OFF switch
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) and correct VIDEO output is
selected on this unit.
·
Check the video connection between the
player and TV.
NO PICTURE AT HDMI OUTPUT.
·
Check if the HDMI input is selected on
your TV.
·
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
·
Check if the disc format is compatible
with the TV (PAL/NTSC).
·
Check that DVD player is not connected
to the TV through the VCR.
PICTURE INTERFERENCE
·
Relocate the unit further away from
possible sources of interference or
emission (e.g. radio, power amplifier,
radiator etc.).
RADIO RECEPTION IS POOR
·
Check that the antenna is connected correctly.
·
Move the antenna to another location and adjust its position
to obtain the best signal reception.
·
Tune to the correct radio station frequency.
·
Place the antenna further away from any equipment that
may be causing the noise or interference.
THE PLAYER DOES NOT RESPOND TO THE REMOTE CONTROL
·
Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on the front
of the unit.
·
Avoid all obstacles which may interfere with the
transmission path.
·
Inspect and/or replace the batteries.
NO SOUND
·
Check audio connections if an external source is being
used.
·
Clean the disc.
·
Check if the disc is defective by trying another disc.
DISC CANNOT BE PLAYED
·
Ensure disc is placed properly into the disc tray.
YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN THE PASSWORD
·
Under DVD mode with NO DISC in the unit, press“76418"
on the remote control to clear the password.
RESTORE THE FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
·
In DVD mode with NO DISC in the unit, press“76000" on
the Remote Control to reset the DVD player to the default
settings. The unit will switch to standby mode automatically.
IMPROPER FUNCTIONING
·
The normal function of the product may be disturbed by
external interference. Just reset the product by
disconnecting and reconnecting the power cord.
HDMI Compatibility
·
HDMI is continually evolving to meet the needs of the
market. Any symptoms of compatibility problem with your
apparatus such as incorrect color space that may not be
the fault of this unit can probably be resolved with a
firmware update from the manufacturer.
·
If you do have questions, please visit the following HDMI
official FAQ web-site: http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/
faq.aspx.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
Max power Consumption
Standby power consumption
Speaker output (RMS) / impedance
Subwoofer output (RMS) / impedance
Discs and files supported
AC 230V ~ 50 Hz
120 Watt
0.54 Watt
6x 5 W/8 Ohm
30 W/6 Ohm
DVD-Video, DVD+R/RW DVD-R/RW,
CD-DA, CD-R/RW, MP3, JPEG, VCD2.0, MPEG 4,
Xvid (.avi)
The zone this player can play discs from zone “2”.
must be marked on the DVD disc
This indication
label.
TV system
Video out
Audio in
Frequency Response
Tuner
Frequency Range
S/N Ratio
Stereo separation
Terminals
PAL/NTSC
Composite video 1.0 Vp-p 75 Ohm
Analog audio out 2.0Vp-p (RMS)
20Hz -20KHz approx. 3dB
FM
AM
87.5-108 MHz
531-1620 kHz
50 dB
25 dB
28 dB
Video (composite) output x 1
Scart output x 1
HDMI output x 1
Audio inputs (left, right) x 1, AUX input 3.5mm x 1
USB Port Type
Maximum Capacity supported by the USB Port
2.0
8 GB
Some external hard disks may not be supported
(particularly if they are not in FAT32 format). Detecting
and scanning the hard disk may sometimes take a few
minutes.
Dimension
Weight (full package)
305 (L) X 305 (W) X 273 (H) mm
Approx 8 Kg
Note: Due to continuing improvements, these technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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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 you
nearest recycling centre is. Check with your local authority or retailer for more details. (Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive).
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