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E XC LU S I V E LY F RO M
HDMI DVD player
TKHVD214
Owner’s
Handbook
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
This symbol indicates that dangerous
voltage constituting a risk of electric shock
is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are
important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying
this unit.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a slightly damp cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install or operate near any heat sources such as
radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do
not expose this product to rain or moisture. The product
must not be exposed to dripping and splashing and no
object filled with liquids such as a vase of flowers should
be placed on the product.
No naked flame sources such as candles should be placed
on the product. No naked flame sources such as candles
should be placed on the product.
Batteries (a battery pack or installed batteries) shall not
be subject to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
like.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate this device.
Caution: Usage of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous exposure.
These labels tell you that the unit contains a Laser
component. Do not stare at the laser lens.
When the disc tray is open a safety interlock disconnects
power to the laser. Do not defeat this safety interlock.
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IMPORTANT
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communication. However, this is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
Mains Supply: The mains operating voltage is marked on a
rating plate on the back panel.
The means of disconnecting this appliance from the mains
supply is the AC mains plug. This should be unobstructed
and readily operable at all times.
BATTERY CAUTIONS
CAUTIONS IN USE
BATTERY WARNINGS
GENERAL CAUTIONS
CARE OF DISCS
The handset uses a battery. There is a risk of fire and burns
if batteries are handled improperly. Do not disassemble,
crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of in
fire or water.
Replace the handset battery only with a battery of the
same voltage and type.
Discard used batteries in accordance with recycling
regulations in force in your area.
CAUTION: During playback, the disc spins at high speed,
do not lift or move the player, doing so may damage the
disc.
CAUTION: When the player is stopped the disc is still
rotating at a very high speed. Leave the disc to come to a
rest before removing it.
DVD discs are fragile. Treat them with care. Always store
them upright in their packing; away from direct sunlight,
heat and damp.
When handling discs, hold the disc’s outer edge and/or
the centre spindle hole. Do not touch the disc surface.
Never bend or flex a disc.
Clean the disc surface with a soft, dry cloth. Wipe the
disc surface gently, radially, from centre toward the outer
edge. Never apply solvents to the surface of a disc.
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INDEX
INTRODUCTION
Important safety information.......................................................................................... 1
Battery cautions............................................................................................................... 2
Cautions in use................................................................................................................. 2
Introduction..................................................................................................................... 3
Player features................................................................................................................. 4
Controls and connections................................................................................................. 5
Remote control handset................................................................................................... 6
Connecting HDMI digital video and audio........................................................................ 7
Connecting analogue video and audio............................................................................. 8
Connecting power, power control.................................................................................... 9
Loading/removing discs................................................................................................... 9
Playing a DVD................................................................................................................. 10
Playing an audio CD....................................................................................................... 12
Program play................................................................................................................. 13
Playing computer media files......................................................................................... 14
Setting up the player..................................................................................................... 15
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................. 21
Care and cleaning........................................................................................................... 21
Specifications................................................................................................................. 22
Warranty........................................................................................................................ 22
Read this manual before using your player.
The Player is set to play Region 2 discs.
The player will accept the following formats (among others): DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW,
DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-DA, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, Picture CD.
The following formats are not acceptable:
DVD discs with other region codes.
Improperly formatted recordable discs. This may include discs which are not finalised.
The player has built in copyright protection technology. If a video recorder is connected to
the player, the video output image may be distorted during recording.
UNPACKING
The carton should contain:
• TKHVD214 DVD player
• Remote control with battery
• User guide
If any items are missing or damaged, contact your nearest TESCO store for a replacement.
Have your receipt ready when you call. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it, do so
having regard to any recycling regulations in your area.
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
FRONT VIEW
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Standby button
Disc tray
Display area
Open/close button
Play/pause button
Stop button
c
BACK VIEW
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Power cable
HDMI jack
Mix left (analogue audio) jack
Mix right (analogue audio) jack
Video out (CVBS) jack
SCART jack
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HDMI
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VIDEO
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SCART OUTPUT
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REMOTE CONTROL
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27. Angle
28. NTSC/PAL select
29. Subtitle
30. On-screen display
31. Fast search back
32. Previous track
33. Cursor left
34. Menu
35. Numeric keypad
36. Open/close
FITTING/REPLACING THE BATTERIES
When fitting the batteries in the remote control, refer to
the diagram.
1. Press the battery door catch (arrowed). While holding
the catch, lift off the door.
2. Fit two AAA batteries (not supplied) into the battery
compartment, observing polarity as shown. When
replacing the batteries, use only the same AAA type
specified.
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1. Standby/On
2. Volume up
3. Volume down
4. Mute
5. Cursor up
6. Setup
7. Enter
8. Cursor right
9. Next track
10. Down cursor
11. Fast search forward
12. Play/pause
13. Title
14. Audio mode select
15. Stop
16. Video mode select
17. Screen mode select
18. Step
19. Slow motion
20. GOTO search
21. Random play
22. Clear
23. Program
24. A-B repeat
25. Repeat
26. Zoom
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3. Re-Fit the battery cover.
Dispose of used batteries with regard to the recycling
regulations in your area. Do NOT short circuit batteries or
throw them into water, the general rubbish or in a fire.
Weak batteries can leak and damage the remote control.
Replace them in good time!
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CONNECTING HDMI DIGITAL VIDEO AND AUDIO
CAUTION: Always disconnect the player,
TV, and any other AV system components
from the mains before making or
changing any connections.
HDMI
L
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
SCART OUTPUT
VIDEO
SCART OUTPUT
HDMI CONNECTION TO A TV
Your player includes different connection options. Digital
HDMI connection is recommended for the highest quality
video and audio performance.
If your TV includes HDMI digital connections, connect
an HDMI cable (not supplied) as shown for the highest
quality of picture and sound from your TV.
HDMI CONNECTION TO AN (OPTIONAL)
SURROUND-SOUND DECODER
HDMI
L
AUDIO
R
If your audio-visual system includes a separate surroundsound decoder with HDMI connections, you can use two
HDMI cables (not supplied) to connect your player to the
decoder and then to the TV.
SURROUND-SOUND DECODER
Connect to an HDMI
input of the decoder.
Connect from the HDMI output
of the decoder to the TV
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CONNECTING ANALOGUE VIDEO AND AUDIO
CAUTION: Always disconnect the player,
TV, and any other AV system components
from the mains before making or
changing any connections.
L
HDMI
R
AUDIO
VIDEO
SCART OUTPUT
SCART CONNECTION TO A TV
If your TV doesn’t have a digital HDMI connection, it may
have a SCART audio/visual connector. To connect to a
SCART input you will need a SCART cable (not supplied).
Connect the SCART connector at one end of the cable to
the player as shown, then connect the other connector to
a free SCART input of the TV.
ANALOGUE AUDIO AND VIDEO
If your TV doesn’t include a digital HDMI or SCART
connection, it may have separate composite video (CVBS)
and stereo audio connection.
The input jacks for these connections are normally
coloured yellow (composite video), white (left audio)
and red (right audio). To connect to composite video and
stereo audio you will need a 3-way AV phono cable (not
supplied).
Connect the AV phono cable to the player as shown, then
connect the other end to the TV, matching the coloured
plugs to the coloured sockets on the TV.
HDMI
L
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
SCART OUTPUT
Yellow (Video)
White (left audio)
Red (right audio)
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GETTING STARTED
CONNECTING POWER
USING THE REMOTE HANDSET
LOADING/REMOVING A DISC
• Check that the mains voltage marked on the rating
plate on the back panel is the same as the voltage in
your area.
• Plug the mains plug into the wall socket.
• Switch the mains power on at the socket.
Point the handset at the infrared receiving window of the
player, located on the front panel. The handset must be no
more than 3 metres from the player and at an angle of no
more than 30º for reliable operation. If handset operation
is erratic in sunlight, move the player into the shade.
POWER CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL AND FRONT PANEL OPERATION
Switching on the player:
• Press the button.
The player will switch on. If a disc is loaded, it will start to
play automatically.
Switching off the player:
• Press the button.
The player will switch off .
The text of this instruction book describes functions that
are controlled by the remote control.
A standby button and three of the function buttons
are also duplicated on the front panel for convenient
operation when you are close to the unit.
Loading a disc:
• Press the button to open the disc tray.
• Holding the disc by the edges, place the disc on the
tray with the label uppermost.
• Press the button to close the disc loading tray.
The unit will read the disc and automatically start playing
the disc from the beginning.
Removing a disc:
• Press the button to open the disc loading tray.
• Holding the disc by the edges, lift the disc off the
loading tray and place it back in the case.
• Press the button to close the disc loading tray.
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PLAYING A DVD
PLAYING A DVD DISC
• Load the disc and wait for the title menu to appear.
• Navigate to the menu option to play the movie with
the ƒ„‚ buttons.
• Press ENTER to select this option.
The movie will begin to play.
PLAYBACK CONTROL
Play Pause:
• Press the /, button at any time to pause the movie
and display a still-frame.
• Press the STEP button to advance the still-frame one
frame at a time.
• Press the /, button again to return to play the
movie.
Slow motion:
• You can choose to play the movie in slow motion.
• Press the SLOW button repeatedly to set the slow
motion speed. Choose from - 1/2X g 1/4X g 1/8X
g1/16X g Normal.
Fast picture search:
• Press the ] or [ button repeatedly to fast search
forward or backward through the movie.
Each time you press the button, the speed will change 2X g
4X g 8X g16X g32X g Normal.
• Press /, to resume play.
To change chapter:
Most DVD movie discs are divided into chapters so you can
skip to convenient points within the movie.
• Press the } or { button to skip to the next or
previous chapter.
Jump to a chapter:
• To jump directly to a chapter, enter a number from the
keypad to open the chapter entry screen.
• For chapters 1 - 9, enter a number on the numeric
keypad to jump directly to the chapter. For chapter
10 or above, press the 10+ button repeatedly to set
the first digit of the chapter you want, then enter the
second digit on the numeric keypad.
Once the number has been entered, the player will skip
directly to the selected chapter.
To stop the disc:
• Press the . button.
Play will stop, holding at the point you stopped the disc.
• To resume playing the disc from the point where you
stopped, press the /, button.
To completely stop the disc:
• Press the . button twice.
The disc will stop.
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Repeat play:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through
the repeat mode options.
Repeat chapter
Repeat title
Repeat AII
Repeat A-B:
A-B repeat enables you to choose the start and end of a
section within a DVD and repeat it continuously.
• Press A-B to mark the start of the section you want
to repeat.
• Press A-B again to mark the end of the section you
want to repeat.
This section will now repeat constantly.
• Press A-B again to clear A-B repeat.
To set the volume:
The volume may be set from the remote control.
• Press the VOLUME+ button to increase the volume.
• Press the VOLUME- button to decrease the volume.
Muting the sound:
• Press the MUTE button to mute and un-mute the
sound from the speakers.
MUTE will be displayed on-screen when the sound is
muted.
PLAYING A DVD
Root and title menus:
• Press MENU to display the Root menu from the disc.
All the user choices available on the disc are driven from this
menu.
• Press TITLE to display the Title menu.
The title menu may contain one or several titles.
NOTE: On many DVD discs the TITLE and ROOT menus are
the same.
Selecting items from the menus:
• Navigate to the item with the ƒ„‚ buttons.
• Press ENTER.
Camera angle:
Some discs will include the option to view from a choice
of camera angles.
To change camera angle • Press the ANGLE button repeatedly to step through
the camera angles that are available on the disc.
NOTE: There are very few discs that include multi-angle
views.
Zoom:
While a DVD is playing you can zoom in closer to the
picture.
Press the ZOOM button repeatedly to change the zoom
setting from 2X g 3X g 4X g 1/2X g 1/3X g 1/4X
g Normal.
On-screen display:
An On Screen Display (OSD) disc status indicator will be
displayed at the top of the screen when certain functions
are executed, or when the OSD button on the remote
control is pressed. When different discs are loaded the
indicators may change.
To change the on-screen display:
• Press the OSD button repeatedly.
The display modes will change on the screen.
To switch off the on-screen display:
• Press the OSD button repeatedly until the display
banner disappears.
Changing the audio settings of a DVD:
The player allows you to select a preferred language, TV
and audio format from those included on the DVD video
disc.
• Press the AUDIO button repeatedly.
The choices available depend on the disc and may include
different audio formats and languages.
Selecting subtitles
• Press the SUBTITLE button repeatedly.
The choices available depend on the disc.
• To cancel the subtitle display, press the SUBTITLE
button repeatedly until the subtitles switch off.
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Search the disc:
You can search for a particular chapter or a time point
within a chapter or title using the GOTO feature.
• Press the GOTO button repeatedly until you see the
search option you want.
• Enter the search information with the number
keypad.
When you complete entry, play will jump to the point you
selected.
PLAYING AN AUDIO CD
PLAYING AN AUDIO CD
• Load an Audio CD into the player.
The player will read the disc. Most CDs will start playing
automatically. The elapsed time of the track playing will be
displayed on the front panel.
If the TV is switched on the navigation screen will be
shown.
Play/Pause:
• Press the /, button at any time to pause playback.
• Press the /, button again to continue to play the
disc.
To change track:
• Press the } or { button to skip to the next or
previous track.
Direct access track selection:
You can jump directly to a track using the numeric
keypad.
• For tracks 1 - 9, enter a number on the numeric keypad
to jump directly to the track. For track 10 or above,
press the 10+ button repeatedly to set the first digit
of the track you want, then enter the second digit on
the numeric keypad.
Once the number has been entered, the player will skip
directly to the selected track.
Fast search:
• Press the ] or [ button repeatedly to fast search
forward or backward.
Each time you press the button, the speed will change 2X g
4X g 8X g16X g32X g Normal
• Press /, to resume play.
To set the volume:
• Press the VOLUME+ button to increase the volume.
• Press the VOLUME- button to decrease the volume.
To stop the disc:
• Press the . button.
Play will stop, holding at the point you stopped the disc.
• To resume playing the disc from the point where you
stopped, press the /, button.
To completely stop the disc:
• Press the . button twice.
The disc will stop.
Search the disc:
You can search for a particular track or a time point within
a disc or track using the GOTO feature.
• Press the GOTO button repeatedly until you see the
search option you want.
• Enter the search information with the number
keypad.
When you complete entry, play will jump to the point you
selected.
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Changing the audio mode:
• Press the AUDIO button repeatedly to change the
audio mode.
The audio mode will change to play the left channel only,
right channel only, mix the channels or play in stereo.
Repeat play:
• Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to step through
the repeat mode options.
Off
Track (repeat current track)
All (repeat all tracks)
Repeat A-B:
A-B repeat enables you to choose the start and end of a
section within a CD and repeat it continuously.
• Press A-B to mark the start of the section you want
to repeat.
• Press A-B again to mark the end of the section you
want to repeat.
This section will now repeat constantly.
• Press A-B again to clear A-B repeat.
Random play:
• Press the RANDOM button to switch random play on
or off.
Random mode status will be shown on the display.
PROGRAM PLAY OF A DVD OR AUDIO CD
You can program up to 20 chapters (DVD) or tracks (audio
CD) to play in your preferred sequence.
• Press PROG.
The program screen will open. The first 10 program entries
are shown.
Entering a program:
• Use the ƒ„‚ buttons to highlight the program
entry you want to change.
• Enter the Title and Chapter numbers (DVD) or Track
number (CD) in sequence with the numeric keypad.
Use the 10+ button to enter numbers greater than 9.
• As you complete each entry, the next line will be
highlighted.
• Continue to enter all the chapters/tracks in your
program in this way.
• Press } or { to step between the first and second
pages of program entries.
Exiting program entry:
• If you want to leave the program entry screen and
erase the program you entered, highlight ‘EXIT’ at the
bottom of the screen.
• Press ENTER.
The program screen will close.
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Playing the program:
• When you have completed entry, highlight ‘START’ at
the bottom of the screen.
• Press ENTER.
The program will start to play.
Clearing a program:
• Press . to stop play.
• Press . again.
Program repeat:
• While playing a program, repeat modes can be set in
the normal way.
PLAYING COMPUTER MEDIA FILES
PLAYING A CD-ROM OR DVD-ROM CONTAINING COMPUTER MEDIA FILES
To return to the main screen:
• Press MENU.
Playback control:
• Control the playback of media files and slideshows with the /,, }, {, ], [
playback control buttons.
Additional controls for photo slideshows:
• Press ƒ to rotate a photo anti-clockwise by 90°.
• Press „ to rotate a photo clockwise by 90°.
• Press  to mirror a photo vertically.
• Press ‚ to mirror a photo horizontally.
You can also play a disc containing digital photos (.JPG), music (.WMA) or movies (MPEG4).
The media files may all be saved to the ‘root’ folder of the disc or they may be saved in
folders.
NOTE: Not all MPEG4 movie files will be compatible with your player.
Loading a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM:
• Load the disc in the same way as a DVD.
The main screen will appear
Photo thumbnail display:
• Press . to stop a slideshow and display thumbnails.
The pictures will display in sets of 12 thumbnails.
• Press „ or ƒ to move along a row.
• Press  or ‚ to move between rows.
• Press } or { to move to the next/previous set of 12 thumbnails.
To view a thumbnail:
• Navigate to a picture in the thumbnail view.
• Press ENTER.
The picture will display and a slideshow will start.
A disc may contain only files or may have one or more folders with files within the folders.
• Use the ‚ buttons to select a folder or file.
• Press ENTER.
If you have selected a file:
Movie or music files will play. For photos, a slideshow will start with the photo you selected.
If you have selected a folder:
• Press ‚ to navigate to the files you want to play.
• Press ENTER to start play.
The file will play.
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SETTING UP THE PLAYER
The setup menu enables you to customise language and display preferences, to match your
audio and video components.
To open the setup menu:
• Press the SETUP button.
The Setup menu will open at the General setup page.
To change to another setup page:
• Press the ƒ or „ button.
• When the setting you want to change is highlighted, press the „ button.
A list of options for this setting will open.
• Press the  or ‚ button to move up or down the list of options.
Navigating the setup screens:
• Press the ‚ button to move down to the list of settings.
• Press the  or ‚ button to move up or down the list.
• Press ENTER to select an option.
• Press ƒ to move back to the list of settings.
From the list of settings:
• Press ƒ to move up to select another setup page.
To close the setup menu:
• Press the SETUP button.
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GENERAL SETUP PAGE
Choose the General setup page to:
• Change the TV display format.
• Enable/disable multi-angle selection.
• Change the on-screen language setting.
• Switch the screen saver on or off.
GENERAL SETUP PAGE
TV display
• Choose from 4:3 Pan Scan (Normal PS), 4:3 Letter Box (Normal LB), 16:9 (Wide).
Angle mark
• This enables/disallows the user to select different camera angles.
NOTE: Very few DVD movies include multiple camera angles.
OSD language
• Set the language for the on-screen display menus.
Screen saver setting
• Choose ON or OFF.
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AUDIO SETUP PAGE
Choose the Audio setup page to:
• Set how the player downmixes multiple audio channels.
AUDIO SETUP PAGE
Analogue audio
Downmix
• Choose from LT/RT or Stereo.
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DOLBY SETUP PAGE
Choose the Dolby setup page to:
• Change the audio channel arrangement for two channel modes.
• Set dynamic range compression.
DOLBY SETUP PAGE
Dual mono
• Choose from Stereo (factory setting), L-Mono (left channel plays through both left and
right channels), R-Mono (right channel plays through both left and right channels),
Mix-Mono (left and right channels are mixed, then played through both left and right
channels).
Dynamic
• Choose this option to set the Dynamic range. Quieter sounds will become louder so
the audio will be clearer when you are listening at low levels.
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VIDEO SETUP PAGE
Choose the Video setup page to:
NOTE: The component option is listed, but not available for this model.
• Set the resolution for the HDMI video output.
• Enable or disable the HDMI output.
VIDEO SETUP PAGE
Component
• Option not available.
Resolution
• Set the resolution of the HDMI output.
NOTE: The Auto option is recommended to detect the best resolution setting to match
your TV.
HDMI
• Choose On or Off to enable or disable the HDMI output.
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PREFERENCE PAGE
General
Audio
Dolby
Video
Preference Page
TV Type
PAL
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
Default
ENG
Off
ENG
Preference
NOTE: The Preference page cannot be opened when a disc is playing.
Choose the Preference page to:
• Set the TV system.
• Set the default audio language.
• Set the default subtitle language.
• Set the default disc menu language.
• Restore all settings to the factory default.
Go To Preference Page
PREFERENCE PAGE
TV type
• Choose this setting to change the TV signal format (PAL is the correct setting for Europe).
Audio
• Set the default audio language. If available, this language will be selected when a disc is loaded.
Subtitle
• Set the default subtitle language. If available, this language will be selected when a disc is loaded.
‘Off’ is the factory setting.
Disc menu
• Set the default disc menu language. If available, this language will be selected when a disc is loaded.
Default
• Choose this option to return all settings to the factory default.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CARE AND CLEANING
TROUBLESHOOTING
AFTER USING YOUR PLAYER
If your DVD player is not working properly use this guide before contacting Tesco. Before
investigating a problem, always switch off the player and any connected units.
• Remove the disc from the disc tray.
• Close the disc tray.
• Set the player to Standby.
SYMPTOM
No power
No Sound
Interference or
scrolling
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Check that the power cord is connected securely.
Is the volume control turned up?
Due to the effect of copy protection on the disc
Avoid connecting to a recorder or TV/VCR combination.
Disc will not play
Disc skips
Disc Distorts
The DVD+-RW you played should be finalized.
Ensure the disc is correctly inserted.
Make sure the disc is free from scratches & marks.
Insert a playable disc. (Check disc type and system).
Is the disc Region 2?
No forward
reverse scan
or
CLEANING
Occasionally wipe the player with a lint free duster. Never clean the player with liquids or
solvents.
Do NOT clean the inside of the player tray with a cloth. Lightly blow out any dust. If your
discs skip or don’t play properly, this is more likely to be caused by damage or dirt on the
disc rather than any fault of the unit.
Some discs prohibit rapid scanning or title and chapter skip.
You can’t advance through the opening credits and warning
information at the beginning of movies.
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SPECIFICATIONS
WARRANTY
Your Technika appliance is covered by a warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase.
If a fault develops during this period, please contact the TESCO electrical help line on 0845
456 6767. Please have your original purchase receipt with you when you call. This warranty
in no way affects your consumer rights,
Power supply:.................................... 110 - 240 V~, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption:.......................... 10 W
Frequency response (DVD):................ 4 Hz- 22 kHz (48 k PCM)
4 Hz - 44kHz (96 k PCM)
Frequency response (CD):................... 4 Hz- 20 kHz
S/n ratio:............................................ >70 dB
Audio output voltage:........................ 1.8 V
Video output volage:.......................... 1 V (p-p)//75 Ω
Weight:.............................................. 1.45 kg
UK: Waste electrical products/batteries should not be disposed of with
household waste. Separate disposal facilities exist, for your nearest facilities.
See www.recycle-more.co.uk or in-store for details.
ROI: Produced after 13th August 2005. Waste electrical products/batteries
should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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Tesco Stores Ltd,
Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SL
Technika Helplines:
Landlines 0800 323 4060 (Freephone from a BT landline).
Mobiles 0330 123 4060 (Calls cost no more than calls to geographic numbers eg. 01 or 02 and are included in inclusive minutes and discount schemes).
TKHVD214 V0.5
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