KALED32DVDYB User Manual
KALED32DVDYA
KALED32DVDYB
USER MANUAL
Contents
SAFETY AND WARNINGS.............................................................2-4
BASE STAND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION .........................................5
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION GUIDELINES...............................5
INSTALLATION.............................................................................6-9
REMOTE CONTROL.................................................................10-11
OPERATION.............................................................................12-17
DVD OPERATION......................................................................18-21
DVD TROUBLE SHOOTING............................................................22
TROUBLE SHOOTING................................................................... 23
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................24
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with a dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings,
install in accordance with the instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, air conditioners, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
10) Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
11) Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
12) Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as 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.
13) The Mains plug is used as the
disconnect device, and the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
14) The ventilation should not be impeded
by covering the ventilation openings with
items, such as newspapers, table-cloth,
curtains, etc.
15) No naked flame sources, such as
lighted candles, should be placed on the
apparatus.
16) This device is not warranted for use in
unreasonably hot, cold, or humid
environments.
17) The apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed
on the apparatus.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN!
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltages, constituting a risk of electric
shock are present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying
this unit.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
WARNING:
The batteries shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like.
This symbol indicates that this product
incorporates double insulation between
hazardous mains voltage and user
accessible parts. When servicing use only
identical replacement parts.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
High voltages are used in the operation of this
television receiver. Do not remove the cabinet
back from your set.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Never stand on, lean on, or suddenly push the
television or its stand. You should pay special
attention to children. Serious injury may result if it
falls.
To prevent fire or electrical shock hazard, do not
expose the television receiver to rain or moisture.
Do not place your television on an unstable cart,
stand, shelf or table. Serious injury to an individual,
and damage to the television may result if it falls.
Do not drop or push objects into the television
cabinet slots or openings. Never spill any kind
of liquid on the television receiver.
Do not block the ventilation holes in the back
cover.
Adequate ventilation is essential to prevent
failure of electrical components.
When the television receiver is not used for an
extended period of time, it is advisable to
disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
Avoid exposing the television receiver to direct sunlight
and other sources of heat. Do not stand the television
receiver directly on other products which give off heat,
e.g. video cassette players and audio amplifiers. Do not
place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles on
the television.
Dim:515*320mm(不包括底座)
Do not trap the power supply cord under the
television receiver.
If the television is to be built into a compartment or similar
enclosure, the minimum distances must be maintained. Heat
build-up can reduce the service life of your television, and
can also be dangerous.
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INSTALLATION
Base Stand Assembly Instruction
Note: Place the TV with the display side down
on a flat surface. Ensure the table or desk
you use provides a flat, totally clean surface.
Use a cloth between the face of the TV and
the table to protect the TV's screen.
2. Gently slide the bracket from the base stand
into the slot in the rear of the TV, aligning the
hole in the bracket with the hole in the TV.
Secure the base stand using the supplied
screw.
1. Locate the bottom bracket into the base
stand and secure in place using the 3 supplied
screw.
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
For wall mounting with an optional bracket, please read the following instructions in conjunction with the
bracket's instructions. Make sure qualified service personnel perform the operation.
KOGAN bears no responsibility for improper mounting that results in accident or injury.
This television can be wall mounted as follows:
1.Place the LED LCD Television face down onto a solid surface. Please place some soft material over
the front of the screen to protect it from any damage. The LCD panel is a fragile component, and must
be suitably protected when removing the base stand. Be sure that no hard or sharp objects can come
into contact with the screen's surface. Do not exert pressure on the front of the unit at any time, as this
may damage the LCD screen.
2.Remove the screw from the lower part of the television, where the base joins to the TV, and take
away the stand (put the stand and screws somewhere safe for future use).
3.Use the four M4 screws provided to fix the TV onto a wall mounting bracket (not included) via the
four VESA standard holes on the back of the television.
200 mm
100 mm
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200mm x 100mm VESA
wall mounting hole spacing
and locations
INSTALLATION
Front panel
1:
Remote control sensor.
2:
Indicator LED:
BLUE = POWER ON.
RED
= Stand-by.
3:
Key board (on side of TV).
4.
Main Power Switch(on bottom
rear of TV)
3
1
2
4
30 30
KEYBOARD
SOURCE
MENU
CH+
CHVOL+
VOLSTANDBY
1.SOURCE:
Displays the input source Menu.
2.MENU:
Displays the main MENU.
3.CH+/CHIn TV mode, press "CH+" or "CH-" to change the channel up or down.
In MENU mode, press "CH+" or "CH-" to select items.
4.VOL+/VOLAdjusts the sound level.
In MENU mode, press "VOL+" or "VOL-" to adjust the item that you have selected.
5. STANDBY
Once the TV's main power switch has been activated, press this button to turn the
unit ON from STANDBY mode.
Press it again to return the set back to STANDBY.
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INSTALLATION
REAR AV Connections
AV
L
R
Pb
Y
Pr
HDMI2
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
All the terminals are (from left to right):
AC POWER INPUT, AV composite video input, Audio input, YPbPr (component video) input,
HDMI2 input.
Note: 1. AV and YPbPr share one audio channel.
2. When the HDMI2 port receives a DVI signal, the matching audio signal is received
from the YPbPr/AV Audio input.
SIDE AV Connections
AV OUTPUT
HDMI1
USB
PC AUDIO
AV
L
R
VGA
RF
All the terminals are (from left to right):
HDMI1 input, USB, PC Audio input, AV output (composite video and audio), VGA input,
Antenna socket.
Note: When HDMI1 receives a DVI signal, the matching audio signal is received from the PC
Audio input.
ANTENNA
Outdoor antenna (not supplied)
For optimum digital TV reception,
the use of high quality shielded 75
coax cable is recommended.
Plug (not supplied)
Note:
Aerial connections: IEC (female).
Input impedance: 75 unbalanced.
POWER
AV
L
R
Y
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
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Pb
Pr
HDMI2
INSTALLATION
PC
AV OUTPUT
STEPS:
HDMI1
USB
PC AUDIO
Be sure both the TV and computer are
set to Power off.
1.Connect a VGA and audio cable.
2.Connect the power cord.
3.Power on the TV, switch to PC mode.
4.Power on the PC.
This connection and power-up sequence
is very important.
AV
L
R
VGA
RF
VGA and audio cable
not supplied
PRESET MODE
RESOLUTION
V.Freq.(Hz)
H.Freq.(kHz)
1
720*400
70
31.47
2
640*480
60
31.47
3
800*600
56
35.156
4
800*600
60
37.88
5
800*600
72
48.08
6
1024*768
60
48.36
7
1024*768
70
56.48
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INSTALLATION
AV EQUIPMENT
You can use the input and output terminals on the TV set as follows.
AV OUTPUT
USB
HDMI1
AV
PC AUDIO
Y
L
R
W
R
VGA
RF
VIDEO EQUIPMENT
W
Y
TO VIDEO
INPUTS
HDMI
R
TO AUDIO INPUTS
VIDEO EQUIPMENT with YPbPr
G
B
R
W
R
Y Yellow (video)
W White(audio L)
R Red(audio R or Pr)
B Blue(Pb)
G Green(Y)
AV
L
G
R
W
R
Y
B
Pb
R
Pr
HDMI2
AC-INPUT
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
Y
W
R
VIDEO EQUIPMENT
W
R
Y
TO VIDEO
OUTPUT
HDMI
TO AUDIO OUTPUTS
Your TV can be connected to the following appliances: VCR, multi disc player, DVD, camcorder,
video game or stereo system, etc.....
YPbPr (component video) can support these video formats: 480i,576i,480p,576p,720p,1080i.
Use an HDMI connection to support 1080p operation.
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REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
1
18
2
A-B
19
20
3
4
22
5
21
7
ANGLE
23
MENU
25
24
6
8
/
9
26
10
27
11
12
28
13
14
15
CH
VOL
29
REC
30
16
17
31
1:POWER :To set the TV to standby or power on.
4:
: In DVD mode(if available),or in USB mode, used as
reverse key, in teletext mode used as subpage key.
5:
: In DVD mode(if available),or in USB mode, used as
forword key, in teletext mode used as reveal key.
8.TEXT: To enter or exit TELETEXT.
10:
: Displays the main on-screen menu.
11:CURSOR: To move within the menu.
12:OK: Confirms selection.
13:EPG: To display information about the program being viewed
and what's on next in DTV mode.
14:FAV: To access your favourite channels list in TV or DTV mode.
15:VOL+/- : To adjust sound level.
16:NUMERIC KEY: For direct access to channels.
17:AUDIO: To select the available audio language of TV programs .
18:MUTE: To disable or enable the sound output.
21:
: In DVD mode(if available),or in USB mode, used as
previous key, in teletext mode used as hold key.
22:
: In DVD mode(if available),or in USB mode, used as
next key, in teletext mode used as list key. In TV/DTV mode,used
as channel list key when without TTX function.
23: : In teletext mode used as index.
25:MENU/INFO: During DVD playback, press MENU to display the
disc menu of the current title. During VCD/SVCD playback,press
MENU to control PBC ON/OFF. In DTV mode used as info. In USB
playback mode, provides control tab at bottom of screen.
27:
: Press to display and select the available video input sources.
28:EXIT: To return to the previous menu or exit menu.
29:CH+/CH-: To access the next or previous channels.
30:REC : Press to record the TV program you are watching in
DTV Mode or In USB mode, select Repeat mode.
31:RECALL/GOTO: DTV Mode:RECALL:Jumps to last channel viewed.
DVD Mode(if available):GOTO:Allows direct chapter/Title/Track/time
Remote Control Battery Installation
The remote control requires two AAA batteries. Below are steps to
assist you with replacing the batteries.
1.Open the back cover of the battery compartment.
2.Install the batteries into the battery tray. There are +/- polarity
markings in the battery compartment. Please ensure the battery
polarity is correct.
3.Close the battery cover.
Note: There are two battery cover types that may be used, Please
refer to picture 1 or picture 2 as Remote control at your hand.
Picture 1:
Picture 2:
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REMOTE CONTROL
TELETEXT
Teletext is an information system broadcast by certain channels which can be
consulted like a newspaper. It also offers access to subtitles for viewers with hearing
problems or who are not familiar with the transmission language (cable networks,
satellite channels, etc.)
Press:
TEXT
You will obtain:
This is used to call or exit teletext modes. The summary appears with
a list of items that can be accessed. Each item has a corresponding
3 digit page number. If the channel selected does not broadcast
teletext, the indication 100 will be displayed and the screen will
remain blank (in this case, exit teletext and select another channel).
Enter the number of the page required using the 0 to 9 up/down.
SELECTING A PAGE Example: page 120, enter 120. The number is displayed top left, the
counter turns and then the page is displayed. Repeat this operation to
view another page. If the counter continues to search, this means
that the page is not transmitted. Select another number.
DIRECT ACCESS
TO THE ITEMS
INDEX
SUB PAGE
HOLD
REVEAL
LIST
Coloured buttons correspond to the colours at the bottom of the
screen. The 4 coloured keys are used to access the items or
corresponding pages. The coloured areas flash when the item or the
page is not yet available.
This returns to the contents page (usually page 100).
Certain pages contain sub-pages which are automatically
displayed successively. This key is used to stop or resume subpage acquisition. The indication appears top left.
To freeze the page.
To display or hide the concealed information (games solutions).
The user can set four favourite pages to be directly linked to the four
color keys. While list mode is activated, it is not possibility to use TOP
or FLOF navigation with the colourkeys. The favourite page numbers
should be stored and restored to/from nonvolatile memory for each
channel by the system software.
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OPERATION
Installation Guide
Please select an OSD Language
Cesky
English
Dansk
Espanol
Fran ais Magyar
Hrvatski Nederlands Portugues
Deutsch
E
Italiano
~
ka
Polski
Pycck
Norsk
OK
Country
Australia
Bulgaria
Denmark
Germany
Italy
Austria
Croatia
Finland
Greece
Luxembourg
Belgium
Czech
France
Hungary
Netherlands
OK
This screen only appears when the TV is turned on for the first time, or reset to factory settings. You can
choose language, country and auto tuning programs. After tuning, the screen will skip to the first DTV program.
To select the MENU mode, press the menu button on the side keyboard of the TV, or press the TV/menu button
on the remote control.
1.CHANNEL MENU
The first item of the MENU is channel menu (for ATV or DTV source only). ATV = Analogue TV, DTV = Digital TV.
Auto Tuning
<
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
>
Signal Information
Software Update(OAD)Off
Software Update(USB)
CHANNEL
You can search channels and edit programs here.
1).Auto tuning:
Search all the channels automatically (you can select ATV and DTV)
Tune Type
DTV+ATV
Australia
Bulgaria
Austria
Croatia
Finland
Belgium
Czech
France
Denmark
MENU
Press
to select country at first, then press the OK button to start auto tuning.
Channel Tuning
TV : 0 Programme(s)
DTV : 0 Programme(s)
Radio : 0 Programme(s)
96%
UHF CH 68 DTV
NOTE:
All the channels including ATV, DTV and Radio can be tuned at once, if the Tune Type is set to DTV+ATV.
Any previously stored channels will be deleted after auto tuning is carried out.
After auto tuning, the receiver will skip to the first DTV channel.
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OPERATION
2).DTV Manual tuning:
You can select a DTV channel then find the program in this channel.
Press
to select the channel, then press OK to search the programs .
NOTE:
The Bad Normal Good bar graph on this screen shows signal intensity.
DTV Manual Tuning
_
VHF CH
5
+
Press OK to search
Bad
Nomal
Good
3). ATV Manual tuning :
You can change the sound system, search the analog TV channels and fine tune them, then store the
channels you selected.
ATV Manual Tuning
_
Storage To 1
+
System BG
Current CH 1
Search
Fine-Tune
Frequency 255.25 MHz
Save
MENU
NOTE:
Press the teletext red button on the remote control to store the channels after manual tuning.
4). Program edit:
You can Delete, Rename, Move, Skip, or FAV most TV programs.
Delete
Press t h e teletext red button, the program in the cursor will be deleted.
Rename:
You can only rename ATV programs.
Move the cursor to the program, press the teletext green button to rename the program.
Press
to choose the character. Press
to move the cursor .
Press MENU button to exit edit, Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Note: ATV program names can only be 5 characters long, DTV program names can be up to 25 characters.
Use the Arrow Buttons to select the channel you wish to move. Then press the Yellow Button to select
Move function. Once active use the Arrow Buttons to move and then press OK to confirm.
Press
to choose the program, press the teletext blue button to skip this program, the
symbol will
show on the right side of the program.
Choose the skipped program, press the blue button again, you can cancel the skip and the
symbol will
disappear.
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OPERATION
Favourite
Press
to choose the program, press the FAV button and it will show
on the right side of the program.
Choose the FAV program, press FAV button again, you can cancel the FAV and
will disappear .
Once your favorite group is created, you can press the FAV key to quickly access your favourite channel.
2. PICTURE MENU
The second item of the MENU is PICTURE MENU.You can adjust picture effects here, such as contrast,
brightness, etc.
Press
to move, press OK to adjust.
Picture Mode Standard
Color Temperature
Aspect Ratio
<
PICTURE
Picture Mode
Standard
Noise Reduction
Screen
>
Color Temperature
Contrast 50
Red 50
Brightness 50
Green 50
Color 50
Blue 30
Medium
Sharpness 50
Tint 50
MENU
MENU
NOTE:
1).Tint is available in NTSC system only.
2).There are four color temperature modes that can be selected: medium, warm, cool, user.
3).The Screen o p t i o n is only available in PC mode, which allows you to adjust Horizontal position, vertical
position, size and phase.
3.SOUND MENU
The third item of the MENU is the SOUND MENU.
You can adjust the sound effect here such as treble, bass, balance etc.
Press
to move, press OK to adjust.
Sound Mode Standard
Balance
Auto Volume
<
>
SOUND
Note:
Auto volume: only available when the input signal volume is too large or there is distortion.
4.TIME MENU
The fourth item of the menu is the TIME MENU. You can adjust the clock, power on/off time, sleep time etc
Press
to move, press OK to adjust.
<
TIME
Clock -- -- -Off Time
On Time
Sleep Timer
Auto Sleep
Time Zone
--
>
NOTE:
If within 15 minutes there is no signal, the TV will auto sleep, if Auto Sleep is set ON. The clock time can be
set from the DTV system.
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OPERATION
5.OPTION MENU
To enter the Option Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the Option Menu.
Once in Option Menu, press or buttons to select the settings you wish to adjust. Press MENU button
to return to the Main Menu.
< OPTION
OSD Language English
Audio Languages
Subtitle Languages
Country Australia
PVR File System
Restore Factory Default
>
NOTE:
Restore Factory Default will clear all the programs and password.
In PVR File System Menu you will be asked to format your USB Disk or Hard Disc for PVR Operation.
Select Disk
C:
Check PVR File System Start
USB Disk
Format
Time Shift Size
Speed
Free Record Limit 6 Hr.
Select Disc
To view and select the USB file or the allocated space on your Hard Disc that you would like to record to,
press OK button to enter the Select Disc Sub- Menu and then press or buttons on your remote control
to select the particular partition/file for recording.
Press the Menu Button to return to the Main Menu.
Check PVR File System
Press the OK Button to start checking the file system of your USB storage or Hard Disk. Once Success
is shown after checking, you will then be able to begin recording or or use Time Shift function. If FAIL is
shown after checking, you then need to format your USB or Hard Disc and to be able to record or use
Time Shift.
Format
When you format your USB or Hard Disc partition any saved data will be lost. Please ensure
that you start with a blank partition on your Hard Disc to ensure you don't lose any data.
File System Size
PVR File System Type
FAT32
PVR File System Size
All
SD 13 Mins
HD 3 Mins
MENU
PVR File System Type
There are two types of format s: FAT32 and Hi Speed Format. You can press or buttons to choose
the type of formatting. If FAT32 is selected, you will have to format whole size of your USB or the
allocated partition for recording. If Hi Speed Format is selected, you will then be able to press or
buttons to select the size you wish to use (for example 1G, 10G, 20G... or All). Once a particular size is
booked for recording, you will be able to use the remaining space of your USB or Hard Disc for other data
storage.
Please note no matter which size is booked for recording, all the data in the allocated partition of the
Hard Disc will be lost after formatting.
Speed
This will show the supported speed of recording.
Record Limit
This will show the approximate time you will be able to record on to your USB or Hard Disc.
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OPERATION
FACTORY RESET NOTE:
If you wish to reset your TV, please select the Restore Factory Default option, this will clear all settings.
6.LOCK MENU
To enter the LOCK Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the LOCK Menu.
The default password is 6666.
Please set a new password so it is easy to remember. Follow the on screen steps to set.
Lock System
Set Password
Block Program
<
Parental Guidance Off
LOCK
>
Once the Parental Guidance mode is turned on, you can set viewing restrictions during DTV TV reception
based on the programs classification (eg. G, PG, M, MA etc).
NB. The viewing restrictions do not apply to the DVD player.
7. USB MENU
To enter the USB Menu, press MENU button and then press or buttons to select the
USB Menu.This is where you will be able to view and play various low data-rate USB media files.
DMP
<
>
USB
Press the OK button to enter the basic DMP (Digital Media Player) Menu and then use the or buttons
on the remote control to select the file playback type (eg. Photo, Music, Movie, Text), then press OK. You
can preview a selected file by highlighting it using the cursor arrows and pressing OK. Press the play
button to show it in full-screen size. Press the MENU/INFO button to bring up a controls tab at the bottom
of the screen, allowing easler control of play, pause, stop and repeat modes. Press the EXIT button to
progressively return back to the DMP menu.
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
TEXT
The supported formats are as below:
Photo: JPEG (Press Play to start slideshow. For best results use 1920 x 1080 pixel images).
Music: MP3
Movie: Small AVI files (Not all .AVI formats are supported).
Text: TXT (eg. Windows Notepad).
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OPERATION
Sample1.ts
Resolution: 720x576
AudioTrack:
1/2
Subtitle:
1/1
Program:
1/1
Size:
30574 KBytes
Close
8.EPG Menu (Electronic Program Guide).
The EPG Menu is used to look at what is being broadcasted in DTV or Radio modes. Press the EPG
Button to access the EPG Menu. You will receive detailed program information of the channel you
are currently watching as well as programs in the near future.
PROGRAMME GUIDE
TIME
28 Apr 04:39
800 SZTVM01
No Information
801 SZTVM02
No Information
802 SZTVM03
No Information
803 SZTVM04
No Information
804 Date
No Information
INFO
Schedule
Remind
OK
INDEX
INFO
1.
Use
to select a program and then press the Green Button or INFO key on the Remote to display the
highlighted program's information.
Schedule
2.
Press the teletext yellow key to list all the reminder schedule, press
to choose the list, press red key
DELETE to delete the schedule list, Press EPG to return to EPG menu.
Schedule List
Time
Date
04:55 28th Apr
Programme Title
Delete
Channel Name
Remind
3.
Press the Blue Button to book a program for future viewing and add to the schedule list.
_
Reminder setting
802 SZTVM03
+
08 Minute
05 Hour
Apr Month
28 Date
Once Mode
OK
BACK
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DVD OPERATION
DVD REAR PANEL
Dolby Digital
Multi-angle
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY/PAUSE
KODAK picture CD
MP3 files on
CD-R/CD-RW
Subtitle choices
Audio choices
16:9
DVD video
LB
TV Aspect
Ratio modes
Caution
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.
This DVD Player has a Class 1 laser which
may be harmful to your eyes. Do not
attempt to disassemble the cabinet or make
any adjustments.
Refer all servicing to a qualified
professional.
Features
Disc formats supported by this player:
The product complies with the KODAK
Picture CD format and will display
KODAK Picture CDs. The "KODAK
Picture CD Compatible" logo is a
trademark of Eastman Kodak Company
and is used with permission.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories."Dolby" and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished
Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
All rights reserved.
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DVD OPERATION
SYSTEM SETUP
MENU OPERATION
Press the DVD SETUP button on the remote
control, the SETUP MENU will be displayed.
After accessing the setup menu, press the
direction buttons for up and down movement to
select an item desired, and press RIGHT
direction button to select the SUBMENU item.
Then press the ENTER/OK button to confirm.
Press LEFT direction button to return to the
upper level menu. To exit the setup, press the
SETUP button again. In the SETUP MENU, you
may choose any of the following options as you
like.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Select Language in the setup menu, and display
the Language submenu:
Aspect Ratio
Select the aspect ratio.
Notes:
The image display ratio is related to the
recorded disc format. Some discs can not
display images in the aspect ratio you choose. If
you play a disc recorded in 4:3 format on a wide
screen TV, black bars will appear on the left and
right side of the screen. You must adjust the
screen setting depending on the type of the
television you have.
TV System
Select a different TV system.
Note: This DVD player setting should be
matched to your TV set (for Australia, most
DVDs will be in PAL format).
MISC SETUP
Select MISC in the setup menu, and
display the submenu:
OSD Language
Use this item to select the language of the setup
menu and screen display.
Subtitle
This option provides the preset subtitle
language.
Audio
Select the built-in disc dubbing language
options.
Use Default Settings
Reset setup data to factory default value.
DVD Menu
This option provides the film's menu language
options.
VIDEO SETUP
Select Video in the setup menu, and display the
Video submenu:
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DVD OPERATION
MP3/WMA/JPEG PLAYBACK
PICTURE CD PLAYBACK
A PICTURE CD disc will show a similar directory
structure as shown in the following picture.
A MP3/WMA disc will show a directory structure
as shown in the picture above.
Press Direction key to choose the root directory
and then press ENTER/OK button to enter into
the sub directory. Press Direction key to choose
the desired track and then press ENTER/OK or
PLAY to enjoy the music or movie. If you want to
return to the upper menu, press Direction key to
choose the
icon and press ENTER/OK
button.
Filter: Allows selecting the categories of files
displayed in the browser list.
Repeat: To switch different repeat playing modes
Mode: Select different playing mode as follows:
Normal: Shuffle mode is cancelled.
Shuffle: Shuffle mode enabled. When playback
reaches the end of the current chapter/track,
playback jumps to a random chapter/track. As the
end of each chapter/track is reached, another
random chapter/track will be played until all
tracks/chapters have been played or the Shuffle
mode is cancelled by toggling to a different Mode
Option.
Edit Mode: To enable programmed playback
mode. When you select the mode, press LEFT
Direction key to directory and press ENTER/OK
to choose the desired track and press Add to
program and press Program view and press the
Edit mode to cancel the edit mode. At last press
Left key to display program track and press
ENTER/OK to start program playback.
Program view: Display program track.
Browser view: Display track directory.
Add to program: Choose the track, press Add to
program to add the track to the program play
directory.
Clear program: In the complete stop state (press
the STOP button twice), then press Edit mode to
enable the edit mode. Press Left key to program
track and press ENTER/OK to cancel the desired
track. Press Clear program to delete the track
from the program play directory.
Press Direction key to choose the root
directory and then press ENTER/OK
button to enter into the sub directory.
Press Direction key to choose the desired
picture and then press ENTER/OK or
PLAY to enjoy the picture. If you want to
return to the upper menu, press Direction
key to choose the
icon and press
ENTER/OK button.
Image rotation
In picture play state, press Direction key
to rotate the picture.
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DVD OPERATION
Function Buttons
2:OPEN/CLOSE
To open the disc tray, press the OPEN/CLOSE
button on the rear of the TV (above the DVD slot
load entrance). DVD loading and unloading can
only be performed when the TV's main Input
source Menu is set to "DVD".
To close the disc tray, press OPEN/CLOSE
again.
3:TITLE: In DVD mode, return TITLE menu.
4:REV
During DVD, CD MP3 or VCD playback,
press REV to scan in reverse.
The player will review the disc at different
times speed. Press PLAY to resume normal
playback.
5:FWD
During DVD, CD,MP3, or VCD playback,
press FWD to scan forward. The player will
cue the disc at different speeds. Press PLAY
to resume normal playback.
6:Pause
In play state, press the Pause button and the
player will be in pause state.
7:Play
In pause state or stop state, press this button
and the player will be in playing state.
8:RETURN
When DVD/SVCD/VCD displaying, press
RETURN button to the menu (PBC ON only).
9:SUBTITLE
Press the button to choose different captions
(Requires support from the playing disc).
12:OK
Press the button to confirm your choice on
screen.
16:0-9 keys
These keys are used to input the time, as
well as title, chapter and track numbers.
When a numeric item is displayed on the
screen, press the 0-9 keys to select the
desired entry, and press ENTER/OK to
confirm.When a VCD is playing
(with PBC off), press the 0-9 keys to select
a track directly.
17:AUDIO
Changes the audio language or audio channel.
19:A-B:Press to repeat a segment of the disc
you are watching between A and B.(DVD mode)
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20:DVD SETUP
Press the button to enter the system setting
menu. Press the button again to exit the menu.
21:PREV
During DVD, CD,MP3, or VCD playback,
press PREV to play the previous chapter,
title or track.
22:NEXT
During DVD,CD,MP3, or VCD playback,
press NEXT to play the next chapter, title
or track.
23:ANGLE
Press the button to view scenes shot from
ANGLE DIFFERENCE ANGLES.
(Disc support is required).
24:STOP
Press the button once and the player will
be in memory stop state. Continuously press
this button twice and the player will be in
complete stop state.
25:MENU
During DVD playback, press MENU to display
the disc menu of the current title, during
VCD/SVCD playback, press MENU to control
PBC ON/OFF.
26:DISPLAY
Press the button to show the information of the
current playing disc.
30:REPEAT
Press to select between different
repeat modes — Repeat Chapter / Repeat
Title / Repeat Off(for DVD discs),
Repeat Single/ Repeat Folder/All/ Repeat
Off(for VCD/CD/MP3 discs).
31:GOTO
For DVD discs, press the button to choose the
desired title and chapter and search the
desired title time and chapter time. For Super
VCD,VCD,CD discs, press this button to
search the desired disc time and track time and
choose the desired track.
Note: During VCD playback, the PBC mode
must be set to OFF.
DVD Trouble shooting
If you have any questions, please consult the troubleshooting guide below:
REMOTE NOT WORKING
NO PICTURE OR SOUND
Ensure the TV is switched on (ie. not in
Make sure the Main unit s POWER button is on
Stand-by mode).
Ensure the remote batteries are working.
Ensure the power outlet is operational.
Point the remote control directly at the player's
Ensure the power cord is not damaged.
IR sensor.
Ensure the power plug is connected
Remove any obstacles between the remote
firmly to the mains outlet.
and the IR sensor.
PICTURE BUT NO SOUND
UNIT NOT WORKING
Ensure the audio is not set to mute.
,
Ensure you have set the player s AUDIO
settings correctly.
Turn off the power, and then turn it on
again.
“NO DISC”DISPLAYED
POOR PICTURE OR SOUND
Ensure you have put the disc in the slot.
Ensure you have set the player s AUDIO
settings correctly
Ensure the disc is not upside down (the silver
data side should be facing you when viewed
Ensure the disc is not scratched or
stained.
from the front of the TV).
Ensure the disc is not distorted, stained or
“BAD DISC”DISPLAYED
scratched.
Ensure the disc is not warped,
damaged or deformed.
Ensure the disc is not badly stained or
damaged.
Ensure the disc format is compatible
with the player.
Please check whether you have tried to
play a software CD. If so, please restart
the player using a music CD or DVD.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Trouble phenomenon Symptom
Picture
Inspection Check
Audio
Snow
Noise
antenna position, direction
or connection
Ghost
Normal audio
antenna position, direction
or connection
Interference
Noise
electronic equipment, car/
motorcycle, fluorescent light
Mute
Volume (check if mute is
activated or if the audio system
connections are not correct)
Normal Picture
Mains Power cord is not inserted
Mains Power switch is not
activated
Contrast and brightness/volume
setup
Press Power/Stand-by key on the
remote control
No picture
Mute
No colour
Normal audio
Colour control
Picture
breaking up
Normal audio
or weak
retune channel
No colour
Noise
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TV system
SPECIFICATIONS
LED :
Viewing Picture Size (diagonal)
31.5" (80cm)
Resolution
YA Series - 1920x1080 : YB Series - 1366x768
Aspect Ratio
16:9
TV:
TV system
DVB-T decode
DVB-T de-modulation
Digital TV: DVB-T
Analog TV: PAL/SECAM
Audio: MPEG2 Audio Layer I&II
Video: MPEG2 Transport MP@HL
Demodulator : COFDM
OFDM Mod.: 2K, 8K FFT, SFN and MFN
Packed Carriers: 2K/8K
Guard Interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Terminals:
HDMI Inputs
VGA Input
Audio (L+R) Input
PC Audio Input
2
1
1
1
Composite Video Input
1
Y PbPr (Component video)Input
1
Composite Video Output
1
Audio (L+R) Output
1
USB input
1
Others:
Input Power Voltage
100V-240V~ 50/60Hz
Power consumption
75 W
Audio Output Power (THD 7%)
2 x 8W
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