MTG10UHD/MTG13UHD - VOXX Electronics

MTG10UHD/MTG13UHD
10.1” /13.3” Overhead LCD Monitor
With Built-In DVD Player
Owner's Manual
Warnings
Do not use any solvents or cleaning materials when cleaning the video monitor.
Do not use any abrasive cleaners, they may scratch the screen.
Use only a lightly dampened lint free cloth to wipe the screen if it is dirty.
Lock the LCD screen in the fully closed position when not in use.
Before putting on headphones always adjust the volume setting to the lowest position.
Remember to leave the dome light switch in the off or auto positions when the vehicle
is unattended, as the dome lights, if left on, can drain
the vehicle's battery.
Do not put pressure on the screen.
Caution children to avoid touching or scratching the screen, as it may become dirty or
damaged.
Patented: Refer to www.voxxintl.com/patents
Congratulations
Congratulations on your purchase of DVD Player with drop-down video / monitor.
The MTG10UHD/MTG13UHD has been designed to provide passengers with unlimited
content options delivering smiles for many miles. Please read the directions that follow
to familiarize yourself with the product to ensure that you obtain the best results from
your equipment.
Note: Installation options vary, see the individual owner’s manuals for each component
in your system to obtain a full understanding of each component’s operation.
Safety Precaution
For safety reasons, when changing video media, it is recommended that the vehicle
is not in motion, and that you do not allow children to unfasten seat belts to change
video media or make any adjustments to the system. System adjustments can be
accomplished using the remote control, while seat belts remain fastened. Enjoy your
entertainment system but remember the safety of all passengers remains the number
one priority.
Table of Contents
Features..............................................................................................................6
Controls and indicators diagram(front view)........................................ 7
Controls and indicators diagram(side view).......................................... 9
Remote Control Operation........................................................................10
Remote Control functions..........................................................................10
Turning the unit on or off...........................................................................15
Source menu...................................................................................................16
System Menu Setting and Adjustments...............................................18
Playing DVDs and Audio Discs.................................................................25
Playing USB Devices.....................................................................................25
Playing MP3 Discs.........................................................................................26
DVD Basics.......................................................................................................27
HDMI/MHL Devices.......................................................................................29
USB Input........................................................................................................ 30
Troubleshooting............................................................................................31
Specifications..................................................................................................32
Warranty...........................................................................................................33
5
Features
• 10.1”/13.3” Digital Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display
LED Backlit Monitor
• Built-in DVD Player
• Last position memory for DVD Player
• Six Audio / Video Source Inputs
DVD, USB, AV, AUX, HDMI/MHL 1, HDMI/MHL or SmartStream.
• USB 2.0 Port (User Accessible with Media Playback and Charging support)
• HD Input 1 (User Accessible with MHL support)
• HD Input 2 (Hidden Input via 24Pin Connector - Must be connected during Installation)
Connection of HDMI/USB Remote access Harness
Connection of SmartStream wireless content streaming Module
• On Screen Display (OSD) for control of picture quality and functions
• Full function remote control
• Plays DVD, CD and MP3 discs
• 100 Channel Wireless FM Modulator
• Dual Channel IR Transmitter
• M1/M2 Operation (for when 2 systems are installed in 1 Vehicle so that IR Headphone Audio and Remote Control operation is independent)
6
Controls and indicators diagram (front view)
1. P
OWER/SOURCE (
) Button
This button is used to turn the system on/off and to selcet the source .
2. Play/Pause (u/II ) Button
This button is used to start playback of a disc or pause a disc.
3. DOWN / Previous (
) Button
Short press to select the source mode and system menu pages.
Long press to select previous chapter or track during play the DVD.
4. MENU Select Button
This button is used to display and select options on the system menu.
5. UP/NEXT(
) Button
Short press to select the source mode and system menu pages.
Long press to select next chapter or track during play the DVD.
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Controls and indicators diagram (front view)-Continued
6. STOP (n) Button
-Press the STOP button once: Stops playback.
-Pressing the PLAY button again will resume normal playback from where movie was
stopped.
-Press the STOP button twice and then press the PLAY button to start playback from the
beginning of the DVD.
7. EJECT ( ) Button
This button is used for ejecting a disc from the disc compartment.
8. Dome Lights
Provide additional interior illumination.
9. Infrared Transmitter/Remote Sensor
IR Transmitter: is used to broadcast audio signal to wireless IR headphones.
IR Sensor: is used to receive signals from the remote control.
10.Screen Release
Push this button to release the screen from the locked position.
11.Ventilation Openings
12.LCD Off Switch
Used to turn off the LCD backlight when the LCD is in the closed position.
13.LCD Panel
8
Controls and indicators diagram (side view)
1. D
VD Disc Insertion Slot
For loading and removing discs. When a disc is inserted, the unit will automatically turn ON
and switch to DVD source. Insert a disc with label side facing up.
Note: The disc slot indicator is red when a disc is inserted and green when the disc slot is
empty.
2. AUX IN
This jack is used to supply external audio and video inputs to the unit.
3. USB INPUT
For connection of a USB memory device. This input will also charge a USB device that
contains a battery.
Note: The USB input supplies up to 2A of charging current. (Samsung Mobile Devices
up to 500mA). It is recommended to connect the device to a vehicle power outlet for full
charging capabilities.
4.HD INPUT
For connection of devices with HDMI/MHL outputs.
Note: Requires an HDMI/MHL enabled device and the appropriate adapter cable for that
device. Contact your HDMI/MHL device supplier for the adapter.
5.THREE POSITION DOME LIGHT SWITCH
ON - Turns on the dome lights.
OFF - The dome lights will not turn on in this position.
AUTO - Automatically turns on the dome lights in conjunction with the vehicle's interior
illumination.
9
Remote control operation
Battery Replacement
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Insert two AAA batteries into the battery holder. Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
3. Reinstall the battery cover into the battery holder until the holder is click .
10
Remote Control functions
11
Remote Control functions(Continued)
*
Function control is available on the unit and the Remote Control.
** Function not available in this model.
1. POWER*
Press this button to turn the unit ON and OFF.
2. SOURCE*
Press to display the Source OSD for DVD, USB, AV, AUX,HDMI1 and HDMI2.
3. DVD Source**
No function on this model.
4. DVD Mode Select Button
Switches certain function keys on the remote control for DVD function.
5. N
UMBERS
Allows the user to enter the numbers 0-9 for selection of the tracks, titles, chapters or
password setting.
6. SYSTEM MENU
Allows the user to access the system menu. Press the por q cursor buttons to select
PICTURE, AUDIO, SYSTEM, PLAYER, FMM and SMART STREAM Settings.
7. CURSOR (pqt u)
Use the cursor buttons to access menu selections on the screen.
8. OK
Used to execute a selected setting or menu option.
9. DISC MENU
In DVD mode, press once to access the Root Menu and then press again to resume to
previous screen.
10.DISPLAY
Press once to display current disc information of Title, Chapter & Time. Press again to
display Subtitle, Audio & Angle while the disc is playing.
.
DVD TT 0/12
OFF
CH 0/25
....
00:00:00
OFF
OFF
11.PLAY (u)*
Press to activate the play mode while a disc is loaded into the disc compartment.
12.PAUSE (II)*
Press to pause playback.
12
Remote Control functions(Continued)
13.SCAN BACKWARD ( )
Press to search in a backward direction. Press repeatedly to change the search speed from
2, 4, 8, 20 times and normal speed.
14.SCAN FORWARD ( )
Press to search in a forward direction. Press repeatedly to change the search speed from 2,
4, 8, 20 times and normal speed.
15.PREVIOUS (
)
Press to return to the previous chapter or track.
16.NEXT (
)
Press to skip to the next chapter or track.
17.REPEAT
Allows the user to repeat a selected chapter, title or all track.
18.A-B REPEAT
Allows user to repeat the playback from point A to point B.
Press A-B buttonOn-Screen Display DVD player
OnceRepeat AMark the beginning of the
section to repeat (Set point A)
TwiceA-BMark the end of the section to repeat
(Set point B)
3 timesAB OffCancel the A-B repeat function
19. SUBTITLE
Press to display and select the subtitle language in DVD mode. Each time this button is
pressed, the subtitle language changes.Pressing the button will also turn the subtitles off.
Note: The type and number of subtitle languages vary from disc to disc.
20. ZOOM
Press this button to enlarge or decrease the picture size when playing a DVD disc.
Press ZOOM button
1 Time
2 Times
3 Times
4 Times
5 Times
6 Times
7 Times
DVD Player performs
Enlarges the picture 2X
Enlarges the picture 3X
Enlarges the picture 4X
Reduces the picture 1/2
Reduces the picture 1/3
Reduces the picture 1/4
Picture is returned to original size
21. I RT ON/OFF
Turns the Infrared Transmitter on/off for IR wireless headphones.
13
Remote Control functions(Continued)
22.FM MODULATOR CHANNEL SELECT (C)**
No function on this model.
User may use the system menu to select the FM Modulator.
23.FMM ON/OFF
Turns the FM Modulator power on/off.
24.AUDIO
Press to display and select audio language in DVD mode. Each time this button is
pressed, the language changes.
25. PIX ( Picture Select )**
No function on this model.
26.VOLUME DOWN (-) or UP (+)**
No function on this model.
27.STOP (n)*
Press to stop playback. (Playback will resume from the point it is stopped).
Press twice to stop playback fully. (Playback will resume from the beginning of the disc).
Note: For MP3 or photo mode, press twice to return to Audio/Photo/Video option menu.
28.SETUP**
No function on this model.
User can use the system to select the function may need.
29.MUTE
Press this button to mute the audio for the wireless FM Modulator, IR headphones and
audio output.
Pressing the button again restores the audio to the previously set level.
30. T
V Mode Select
Switches certain function keys on the remote control for monitor functions.
31. MONITOR SELECT
M1 Button – Set the remote control code to allow control of the unit in M1 mode.
M2 Button – Set the remote control code to allow control of the unit in M2 mode.
Note: M1/M2 operation is only for when 2 systems are installed in the same vehicle. This
allows independent Remote Control and independent playback of audio for each system.
32.EJECT ( )*
Press this button to eject the disc.
14
Turning the unit on or off
1. Push in the Screen Release button to unlock the LCD screen. The screen will drop down
slightly.
2. Pivot the screen downward until a comfortable viewing angle is reached. The hinge friction
will hold the screen in position while the system is in use.
3. P
ress the power button on the unit or the remote control to turn the system on and off.
When in use, the internal backlighting will illuminate the controls.
4. After the unit has been turned on and is displaying a picture, adjust the viewing angle by
pivoting the screen to optimize the picture quality.
5. Remember to turn the unit off and pivot the LCD screen to the locked position when not
in use.
Power ON/OFF
Button
Screen Release
15
Source menu
The System is capable of accessing six source inputs. To select or change a source, press the
source button on the front panel or the Source button on the remote control. The source
OSD will appear on the screen as shown in the figure below. Use the + or - cursor buttons
on the front panel or the p or q cursor buttons on the remote control to highlight a source.
Press the Source button on the front panel or the OK button on the remote control to select
the desired source.
SOURCE
DVD
USB
AV
AUX
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
MOVE
DVD
The DVD source input is used to play DVDs, Audio CDs and MP3 discs.
USB
The USB source input is used to play MP3 files, JPEG files (Photos) and MPEG I, II files.
AV
An external video source such as a video game system, or other audio/video devices can be
connected to the AV input. This AV input connection is performed when the unit is installed.
Turn the video source component on with its power button or remote control and it is now
ready to play the audio and video signals from the source connected to the AV input.
AUX
An external video source such as a video game system or other audio/video devices may be
connected to the system via the AUX input. Connect your peripheral device to the supplied
Aux Adapter harness and plug the harness into the AUX Input on the side of the system. Turn
the external source component on with its power button or remote control and it is now ready
to play the audio and video signal from the source connected to AUX.
16
Source menu(Continued)
HDMI 1 & HDMI 2
These Source inputs allow the user to enjoy high-definition digital images and high-quality
sound by connecting a HD device such as a Blu-ray player or smartphone with an HDMI output
to the system. The HDMI inputs also allow the user to connect with a Mobile High-Definition
Link (MHL) mobile phone. Connect your HDMI/MHL device with an optional HDMI cable.
Smartphones and Tablet require the appropriate adapter for your smart device. You can also
use this input to connect a Smart Stick such as a ROKU, Amazon FireTV and Chromecast device
(these devices may require Wi-Fi Hotspot access to stream content which is not included with
this system).
Notes:
• This source requires an HDMI/MHL enabled device and a special HDMI/MHL adapter.
Contact your HDMI/MHL device supplier for the adapter.
• Phone functionality (phone calls, texting, etc.) may be limited while using the adapter.
• HDMI content is copy protected and is not available on the AV output of the System.
17
System Menu Setting and Adjustments
The Setup Menu contains features and options that let you customize your DVD player.
For example, you can set a language for the on-screen display or set up PARENTAL
controls to control DVD playback for children.
Using the System Menu
1.
Press the System Menu button on the remote. The System Menu appears on the
screen as shown in the figure below. There are 6 icons that will appear individually in
the upper left hand corner of the System Menu as each option is selected.
BRIGHTNESS
16
FM
CONTRAST
16
FMM CHANNEL
COLOR
16
PICTURE
AUDIO
TINT
PICTURE
AUDIO
0
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
FMM
SMART STREAM
.
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
L/R
PICTURE
IRT
ON
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIOAUDIO
Setup
AUDIO
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
SYSTEMFMMSetup
SMART STREAM
PLAYER Setup
ON
FMM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
MOVE
88.1MHz
88.3MHz
88.5MHz
88.7MHz
88.9MHz
89.1MHz
89.3MHz
89.5MHz
89.7MHz
89.9MHz
90.1MHz
90.3MHz
90.5MHz
90.7MHz
90.9MHz
SELECT
91.1MHz
91.3MHz
91.5MHz
91.7MHz
91.9MHz
92.1MHz
92.3MHz
92.5MHz
92.7MHz
92.9MHz
93.1MHz
93.3MHz
93.5MHz
93.7MHz
93.9MHz
MOVE
MENU
EXIT
94.1MHz
94.3MHz
94.5MHz
94.7MHz
94.9MHz
95.1MHz
95.3MHz
95.5MHz
95.7MHz
95.9MHz
96.1MHz
96.3MHz
96.5MHz
96.7MHz
96.9MHz
SELECT
MENU
EXIT
FMM Setup
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
SMART
STREAM
PICTURE
MONITOR MODE
AUDIO
2.
PICTURE
M1
AUDIO
RESET
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
MIRACAST/AIRPLAY&DLNA
YES
NO
To select the desired FMM
setup option, move the highlighted (in blue)
FMM option using
STREAM buttons.
SMART
STREAM to access
the up/down ( SMART
) cursor
button
the ADJUST
MOVE Press the
ADJUSTright (EXIT ) cursor
MOVE
options on the right hand side of the screen.
After entering the setup area (on the right side of the screen), highlight the desired
option using the up/down ( TV SYSTEM
) cursor buttons.
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
NTSC
Press the right ( ) cursor button
toggle the sub
menu that containsDEFAULT
the different
ON
DVD
ON
SCREENto
SAVER
PICTURE
PICTURE
M1
MONITOR MODE
16:9
ASPECT RATIO
options available.
AUDIO
RESET
PASSWORD SETUP
Repeat steps 3 and 4AUDIO
to set the
options for each option on the same Setup
Page.
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
ADULT
RATING
To change to another
Setup page,
press the system
menu cursor
button to the icon
ON
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
side of the setup page.
repeat
steps 2 through
5.
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
FMM
FMMThen,AUDIO
MENU
3.
4.
5.
6.
SMART STREAM
18
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
EXIT
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
7. If without a Remote control user can use the local key to select the function setting.
a.) Menu = Long press to call up the setup menu screen information or return/exit the system menu
= Short press function as Down Key
b.) u/II Play = Enter Key
c.)
= Left Key
d.)
= Right Key
PICTURE CONTROL
The PICTURE setup functions allows the user to
select and set the picture control function.
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOR adjustments range
from 0 to 32.
TINT adjustments range from -16 to 16.
AUDIO
BRIGHTNESS
16
CONTRAST
16
COLOR
16
TINT
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
AUDIO MODE
The AUDIO setup functions allows the user to select
and set the IRT Headpone transmitter "ON" or "OFF"
0
SYSTEM
PICTURE
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
BRIGHTNESS
16
CONTRAST
16
COLOR
16
AUDIO
TINT
0
L/R
SYSTEM
IRT
ON
EXIT
PICTURE
PLAYER
IRT
The IR transmitter can be set to ON or OFF.The IR
Transmitter must be set to "ON" for the wireless
headphone to be operational.
AUDIO
FMM
SYSTEM
SMART
STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
MENU
EXIT
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PICTURE
FMM
AUDIO
BRIGHTNESS
16
CONTRAST
16
COLOR
TINT
LANGUAGE
16
0
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
SMART
STREAM
SYSTEM
MOVE
ADJUST
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
BRIGHTNESS
MENU
16
CONTRAST
16
COLOR
16
TINT
EXIT
0
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
19
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
FMM
PLAYER
PLAYER
SMART
STREAM
FMM
FMM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
MOVE
SELECT
MENU
EXIT
FMM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
IRT
PICTURE
L/R
IRT
ON
SYSTEM MODE PICTURE
The system setupAUDIO
function allow the user to select
SYSTEM
the system function.
Functions listed below.
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
ENGLISH
ON
AUDIO
AUDIO
PICTURE
SYSTEM
AUDIO
PLAYER
SYSTEM
FMM
SMART
STREAM
PLAYER
FMM
MOVE
LANGUAGE
The LANGUAGE setup allows the user to select
ENGLISH,SPANISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN for the onLANGUAGE
screen language display. DEFAULT DVD
PICTURE
MONITOR MODE
M1
PICTURE
AUDIO
SELECT
ON
94.1MHz
94.3MHz
94.5MHz
94.7MHz
94.9MHz
95.1MHz
95.3MHz
95.5MHz
95.7MHz
95.9MHz
96.1MHz
96.3MHz
96.5MHz
MENU EXIT
96.7MHz
96.9MHz
MENU
SMART
STREAM
PLAYER
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
EXIT
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
PICTURE
AUDIO
RESET
SYSTEM
PICTURE
PLAYER
FMM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
MIRACAST/AIRPLAY&DLNA
FMM
MOVE
YES
NO
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
FMM
DEFAULT DVD
The DEFAULT DVD allows the user to set the system
default source to DVD ON or OFF.
MOVE
ADJUST
TV SYSTEM
MENU
EXIT
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
ON
16:9
ADULT
ON
AUDIO LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
MOVE
TV SYSTEM
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
PICTURE
SYSTEM
PICTURE
PLAYER
AUDIO
FMM
SYSTEM
ASPECT RATIO
LANGUAGE
PASSWORD SETUP
DEFAULT DVD
RATING
MONITOR MODE
LAST MEMORY
RESET
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
PLAYER
ON
PICTURE
16:9
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ON
ADULT
M1
ON
SYSTEM
PLAYER
ENGLISH
ADJUST
FMM
MENU
EXIT
MENU
EXIT
FMM
SMART
If source default
is STREAM
set to OFF and the system is
turned off then on, the unit will power up in the
source that was last selected.
MOVE
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
If souce default isPICTURE
set to ON,
every
time the unit
ASPECT
RATIO
AUDIO
PASSWORD
is turned off the on,
the unit
willSETUP
power up and
SYSTEM
RATING
automatically switch
the LAST
source
to DVD.
MEMORY
PLAYER
EXIT
MONITOR MODE
This allows the user to change the system to M1 or
M2 mode. Once the setting is changed, the remote
control and IR headphones will only work if set to
that same setting.
1.M1 Mode - For the Remote Control to operate the
system when set to M1, press the M1
button on the Remote Control.
Please make sure IR Headphones are set to
Channel A when the system is in M1 mode.
2.M2 Mode - For the Remote Control to operate the
system when set to M2, press the M2
button on the Remote Control.
Please make sure IR Headphones are set to
Channel B when the system is in M2 mode.
SMART STREAM
MOVE
LANGUAGE
PICTURE
AUDIO
ADJUST
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
LANGUAGE
PICTURE
AUDIO
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
20
MOVE
LANGUAGE
FMM
SYSTEM
FMM
91.1MHz
91.3MHz
91.5MHz
91.7MHz
91.9MHz
92.1MHz
92.3MHz
92.5MHz
92.7MHz
92.9MHz
93.1MHz
93.3MHz
93.5MHz
ADJUST
93.7MHz
93.9MHz
PLAYER
AUDIO
RESET
L/R
88.1MHz
88.3MHz
88.5MHz
88.7MHz
88.9MHz
89.1MHz
89.3MHz
89.5MHz
89.7MHz
89.9MHz
90.1MHz
90.3MHz
90.5MHz
MOVE
90.7MHz
90.9MHz
SMART STREAM
SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
SMART STREAM
RESET
The RESET functions allows all settings options to
be reset to factory settings.
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PICTURE
PLAYER
AUDIO
FMM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
BRIGHTNESS
16
CONTRAST
16
COLOR
EXIT
PICTURE
16
0
ENGLISH
AUDIO
DEFAULT DVD
ON
SYSTEM
MONITOR MODE
M1
PLAYER
TINT
LANGUAGE
RESET
SYSTEM
SMART
STREAM
FMM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
SMART STREAM
EXIT
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
L/R
IRT
ON
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIO
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PICTURE
SYSTEM
PLAYER
AUDIO
PLAYER
FMM
SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
PLAYER
FMM
MOVE YES
ADJUSTNO
MENU
EXIT
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
FMM
SMART STREAM
LANGUAGE
PLAYER MODE
The Player setup function allow the user to select DVD
functionality.
PICTURE
AUDIO
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
PICTURE
AUDIO
RESET
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
FMM
SMART STREAM
TV SYSTEM
The TV SYSTEM setup allows the user to choose
television standard which corresponds to your TV.
NTSC-Select this type for NTSC TV
PAL-Select this type for PAL TV
AUTO-Select this type if the connected screen is
a multi-system TV. The video format of the
disc (NTSC or PAL) will determine the video
signal output.
SCREEN SAVER
This allows you to set the Screen Saver mode.
ON -Screen Saver will appear
OFF -Screen Saver will not appear
Note: The DVD player will enter Screen Saver mode
if the unit is inactive for approximately 2 minutes.
MOVE
ADJUST
TV SYSTEM
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
ON
ASPECT RATIO
16:9
AUDIO
RATING
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
MOVE
SCREEN
SAVER
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ON
PLAYER
ADJUST ON
MENU
FMM
SMART STREAM
EXIT
A
PA
ADULT
SYSTEM
R
ON
PLAYER
LA
ENGLISH
FMM
A
ADJUST
MENU
SMART STREAM
EXIT
NTSC
SU
M
ON
ASPECT RATIO
16:9
PICTURE
ADULT
SYSTEM
ON
PLAYER
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
RATING
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
TV SYSTEM
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
ON
ASPECT RATIO
4:3 PS
FMM
SMART STREAM
EXIT
21
SU
M
PICTURE
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
RATING
S
AUDIO
SCREEN SAVER
SYSTEM
TV
PICTURE
16:9
TV SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PASSWORD SETUP
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO
ADULT
ENGLISH
NTSC
ASPECT RATIO
RATING
PICTURE
PICTURE
PASSWORD SETUP
PLAYER
AUDIO
SMART STREAM
EXIT
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
SYSTEM
PICTURE
MENU
ADULT
SYSTEM
TVSYSTEM
SYSTEM
TV
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIO
AUDIO
ASPECTRATIO
RATIO
ASPECT
16:9
16:9
PICTURE
PICTURE
ADULT
ADULT
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
ON
ON
PLAYER
PLAYER
4:3 LB (Letter Box)
Displays the content of theTVDVD
title in the 16:9
SYSTEM
SAVER
aspect ratio.The black bars SCREEN
will appear
at the top
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
and bottom of the screen.
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
NTSC
ON
16:9
RATING
RATING
PLAYER
PLAYER
LASTMEMORY
MEMORY
LAST
SYSTEM
RATING
ON
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
ASPECT RATIO
PASSWORD SETUPAUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
The default password
is
3308.
SYSTEM
RATINGTo change the rating
LAST to
MEMORY
PLAYER 3308
of the DVD player press
access the RATING
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
setting.
SMART STREAM
16:9
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
AUDIO
SYSTEM
RATING
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
FMM
LAST
MEMORY
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
S
M
MOVE
FMM
SMART STREAM
ADULT
TV
S
ON
16:9
PICTURE
ADULT
AUDIO
SYSTEM
R
SYSTEM
PLAYER
LA
PLAYER
FMM
A
MENU EXIT
ADJUST
4:3 PS
ADULT
ON
ADJUST
MENU
PICTURE
AUDIO
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
MOVE
ASPECT RATIO
EXIT
A
PA
SMARTFMM
STREAM
SMART STREAM
ON
16:9
MENU
T
EXIT
S
PICTURE
A
AUDIO
P
SYSTEM
RATING
ADULT
SYSTEM
R
PLAYER
LAST
MEMORY
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
ON
ENGLISH
PLAYER
L
FMM
A
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
AUDIO
SYSTEM
FMM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
TV SYSTEM
PICTURE
AUDIO
MENU
EXIT
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
ON
ASPECT RATIO
16:9
PASSWORD SETUP
SYSTEM
RATING
ON
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
ENGLISH
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
NOTE: When the password is set to a new
password, that password must be used to play
movies that have content rated above the setting
in the setup menu. The user will be prompted to
put the password in before the movie can play.
After the password is entered press the ENTER
button on the remote control.
PICTURE
AUDIO
NTSC
ADJUST
PASSWORD SETUP
ADULT
EXIT
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
ON
NTSC
PLAYER
16:9
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIO
AUDIO
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
FMM
NTSC
ON
ENGLISH
ON
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANGUAGE
MENU EXIT
MENUMOVE
LANGUAGE
ADJUST ENGLISH
MOVE
EXIT
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
ON
22
FMM
FMM
EXIT
EXIT
ADULT
ADULT
ON
ON
ENGLISH
NTSC
ENGLISH
ON
MENU EXIT
ADJUST
MENU EXIT
ADJUST
16:9
PASSWORD
SETUP
RATING
PICTURE
SMART STREAM
MENU
MENU
MENU
NTSC
NTSC
ON
ON
4:3 PS
16:9
TV
SYSTEM
SCREEN
SAVER
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
4:3 PS
ON
ADJUST
ADJUST
ADJUST
LAST
MEMORY
TV
SYSTEM
AUDIO
MENULANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
MENU
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
PASSWORD SETUP
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PICTURE
SMART
STREAM
AUDIO
AUDIO
RATING
SCREEN SAVER
RATIO
SMART STREAM ASPECTMOVE
PICTURE
AUDIO
ASPECT
RATIO
PASSWORD
SETUP
NTSC
MOVE
MOVE
MOVE
ASPECT
RATIO
FMM
ENGLISH
ADJUST
TV SYSTEM
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
SCREEN SAVER
ASPECT RATIO
ASPECT RATIO
PASSWORD SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
RATING
RATING
LAST MEMORY
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SCREEN SAVER
ON
FMM
NOTE: The 3308 password
is always accepted in the
SMART STREAM
setup menu even after a new password has been
entered. To avoid the possibility of others using
the default password to setTVthe
parental level and
SYSTEM
SCREEN
SAVER
change the password,
record
this
default password
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
in another area andAUDIO
delete PASSWORD
it fromSETUP
this manual.
SYSTEM
The restriction of viewing
disc
RATINGcontent by younger
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
users may be available
on some
discs, but not on
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
others.
SMART STREAM
MOVE
FMM
PICTURE
PLAYER
ADULT
AUDIO LANGUAGE
PLAYER
SYSTEM
NTSC
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO
ON
NOTE: 3308 must be pressed to set a new
password.
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
•
Press 3308
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
•
Enter the new 4AUDIO
digit password
PASSWORD SETUP
•
Press SETUP 2 SYSTEM
times toRATING
exit the setup mode.
PLAYER
MOVE
MOVE
ADULT
ENGLISH
MOVE
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
FMM
SMART
STREAM
ON
PICTURE
AUDIOLANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
ADULT
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
16:9
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
This displays a wide
picture
with black bands on
SMART STREAM
the upper and lower portion of the screen. The
bandwidth will vary,depending on the aspect ratio
of the disc.
TV SYSTEM
MOVE
FMM
FMM
SMART STREAM
SMART
STREAM
PICTURE
M
PASSWORDSETUP
SETUP
PASSWORD
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIO
AUDIO
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
FMM
S
ON
ON
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
ASPECT RATIO(For DVD Screen Display)
4:3 PS (Pan Scan)
The left and right of the screen are cut off and
displays the central portion of the 16:9 screen.
NTSC
NTSC
SCREENSAVER
SAVER
SCREEN
ADULT
ON
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
LAST MEMORY
SYSTEM DVD playback
The last memory function TVallows
SCREEN SAVER
to begin from the point
when
playback was last
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
AUDIO
stopped. The last memory
feature
allows the user to
PASSWORD
SETUP
SYSTEM
RATING
turn the last memory
feature
function on or off.
TV SYSTEM
NTSC
ON
16:9
PLAYER
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
AUDIO
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
ENGLISH
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
ON
NTSC
ADULT
ON
ON
16:9
ENGLISH
MENU EXIT
ADJUST ADULT
ON
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
SCREEN
SAVER
TV SYSTEM
ASPECT RATIO
SCREEN SAVER
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
SYSTEM
RATING
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
TV
SYSTEM
LAST
MEMORY
PLAYER
SYSTEM
RATING
SCREEN
SAVER
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
SMART STREAM AUDIO LANGUAGE
MOVE
FMM
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
ENGLISH
NTSC
ADJUST
PICTURE
PLAYER
MENU EXIT
ON
NTSC
16:9
ON
4:3 PS
ADULT
NTSC
ON
ADULT
ON
ENGLISH
ON
16:9
MENU EXIT
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU EXIT
ADJUST ADULT
LAST MEMORY
ON
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMMlanguage
NOTE: If the selected
is not available for
TV SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
SCREEN
SAVER
TV
SYSTEM
the currently playing
disc,
the
disc's
default setting
PICTURE
ASPECTSAVER
RATIO
SCREEN
is applied.
AUDIO
PICTURE
PASSWORD
SETUP
ASPECT
RATIO
ENGLISH
NTSC
MOVE
ADJUST
MENU EXIT
ON
NTSC
16:9
ON
16:9
SYSTEM
AUDIO
RATING
PASSWORD
SETUP
TV
SYSTEM
LAST
MEMORY
RATING
SCREEN
SAVER
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
FMM
LAST
MEMORY
PLAYER
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
SMART
STREAM AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
MOVE
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
PLAYER
SYSTEM
ADULT
NTSC
ON
ADULT
ON
ENGLISH
ON
4:3 PS
ENGLISH
MENU
ADJUST
ADJUST
MENU
ADULT
EXIT
EXIT
ON
ENGLISH
NTSC
MOVE
MENU EXIT
ON
ADJUST
ASPECT RATIO
AUDIO
4:3 PS
NOTE: If the selected
language
is not available for
SYSTEM
RATING
TV SYSTEM
LAST MEMORY
the currently playing
disc, the
disc's default setting
PLAYER
SCREEN SAVER
AUDIO LANGUAGE
FMM
PICTURE
is applied.
ASPECT RATIO
PASSWORD SETUP
ADULT
NTSC
ON
ON
ENGLISH
16:9
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
MOVE
PASSWORD SETUP
SYSTEM
RATING
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
SCREEN
SAVER
PICTURE
AUDIO
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
ON
ASPECT
RATIO
TV SYSTEM
16:9
NTSC
PASSWORD
SETUP
SCREEN SAVER
LAST
MEMORY
PASSWORD
SETUP
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
RATING
MOVE
PICTURE
AUDIO
PICTURE
SYSTEM
AUDIO
PLAYER
SYSTEM
FMM
PLAYER
PICTURE
LAST MEMORY
MOVE
AUDIO LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
MOVE
SCREEN
SAVER
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
ASPECT RATIO
MENU LANGUAGE
PASSWORD SETUP
MOVE
MOVE
FMM
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
PICTURE
EXIT
EXIT
MENU
ON
SYSTEM
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
PLAYER
SYSTEM
RATING
MENU LANGUAGE
LAST MEMORY
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
SMART
FMMSTREAM AUDIO LANGUAGE
MOVE
AUDIO
SMART STREAM
SYSTEM
ENGLISH
MENU EXIT
ADJUSTNTSC
ENGLISH
16:9
MOVE
ENGLISH
ADULT
ENGLISH
ON
ENGLISHMENU
EXIT
ADJUST
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
MENUMOVE
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
MENU EXIT
ADJUST ENGLISH
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
PICTURE
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
TV SYSTEM
ON
ASPECT RATIO
MOVE
PASSWORD SETUP
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO LANGUAGE
TV SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
MOVE
SCREEN
SAVER
16:9
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
ADULT
16:9
PICTURE
ADULT
SYSTEM
RATING
ON
PLAYER
LAST MEMORY
ENGLISH
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
AUDIO
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
FMM
EXIT
MENU
ADJUST
ASPECT RATIO
PLAYER
MENU
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ADJUST
SCREEN SAVER
ON
ADJUST
ADULT
ENGLISH
ON
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
MOVE
LANGUAGE
TVMENU
SYSTEM
ENGLISH
NTSC
MENU EXIT
ON
MENU EXIT
ADJUST
ON
ENGLISH
16:9
ENGLISH
PLAYER
RATING
ADJUST
ON
MENU EXIT
ADJUST
ENGLISH
NTSC
MENU
AUDIOLANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
FMM
AUDIO
SYSTEM
ON
MENU EXIT
ADULT
ADJUSTENGLISH
RATING
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
ON
6 ADULT
16:9
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
LAST MEMORY
SYSTEM
PASSWORD SETUP
RATING
ENGLISH
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
SMART
STREAM
SYSTEM
FMM
EXIT
MENU
ENGLISH
RATING
ASPECT RATIO
SMART STREAM
ADJUST
SUBTITLEGLANGUAGE
FMM
AUDIO
PLAYER
PLAYER
SMART
STREAM
ON
ENGLISH
MENU
LANGUAGE
TV
SYSTEM
ADULT
ASPECT RATIO
SYSTEM
ADULT
PLAYER
PICTURE
SYSTEM
FMM
PLAYER
PICTURE
MENU LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
SYSTEM
RATING
This setting allows PLAYER
you to select
a preferred disc
LAST MEMORY
AUDIO LANGUAGE
menu language. FMM
TV SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
SCREEN SAVER
Options: ENGLISH,
FRENCH,
SPANISH and GERMAN.
PICTURE
MOVE
AUDIO
PICTURE
FMM
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
This setting allows you to select a preferred subtitle
language. This function only applies to discs
encoded with subtitles. Options: ENGLISH, FRENCH,
SPANISH, GERMAN
and
OFF.
SMART
STREAM
SYSTEM
RATING
MOVE
PICTURE
SYSTEM
AUDIO
PLAYER
PICTURE
NOTE: If the selected
language is not available for
FMM
AUDIO
the currently playing
disc,
the
disc's default setting
SMART
STREAM
SYSTEM
RATING
LAST MEMORY
is applied.
PLAYER
MOVE
PASSWORD SETUP
RATING
16:9
TV SYSTEM
RATING
SCREEN SAVER
LAST MEMORY
ASPECT RATIO
AUDIO LANGUAGE
PASSWORD SETUP
16:9
SYSTEM
NTSC
SYSTEM
ON
ASPECT RATIO
ON
AUDIO LANGUAGE
This setting allows you to select a preferred audio
language. This function only
applies to discs
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
encoded with different
audio
languages.
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
Options: ENGLISH, AUDIO
FRENCH,
SPANISH
PASSWORD
SETUP and GERMAN.
NTSC
SCREEN SAVER
ADULT
LAST MEMORY
FMM
PICTURE
ON
ENGLISH
NTSC
ADJUST
MENU EXIT
ON
ASPECT RATIO
16:9
PASSWORD SETUP
ADULT
ON
ENGLISH
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
23
System Menu Setting and Adjustments(Continued)
FMM MODULATION(ON/OFF)
This setting allows you to turn the FMM modulator
ON or OFF.
16
MENU
16
16
0
2.
ADJUST
MENU
L/R
Press the DVD88.1MHz
button toIRTrestore the remote
control to DVDPICTURE
functions.
MOVE
SELECT
MENU
ON
EXIT
EXIT
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
MENU
SMART STREAM
SMART STREAM
88.1MHz
PICTURE
EXIT
MOVE
SELECT
FM MODULATION
FM88.1MHz
MODULATION 91.1MHz
FMM
CHANNEL 91.3MHz
88.3MHz
FMM
CHANNEL 91.5MHz
88.5MHz
MENU
EXIT
88.7MHz
88.9MHz
89.1MHz
89.3MHz
89.5MHz
89.7MHz
89.9MHz
90.1MHz
90.3MHz
90.5MHz
90.7MHz
90.9MHz
FM
MOVE
MOVE
FMM CHANNEL
MOVE
91.7MHz
91.9MHz
92.1MHz
92.3MHz
92.5MHz
92.7MHz
92.9MHz
93.1MHz
93.3MHz
93.5MHz
93.7MHz
93.9MHz
SELECT
SELECT
SELECT
ON
ON
94.1MHz
94.3MHz
94.5MHz
94.7MHz
94.9MHz
95.1MHz
95.3MHz
95.5MHz
95.7MHz
95.9MHz
96.1MHz
96.3MHz
96.5MHz
96.7MHz
96.9MHz
ONMENU EXIT
MENU EXIT
MENU EXIT
88.1MHz
88.3MHz
88.5MHz
88.7MHz
88.9MHz
89.1MHz
89.3MHz
89.5MHz
MOVE
89.7MHz
89.9MHz
90.1MHz
90.3MHz
90.5MHz
90.7MHz
90.9MHz
91.1MHz
91.3MHz
91.5MHz
91.7MHz
91.9MHz
92.1MHz
92.3MHz
92.5MHz
SELECT
92.7MHz
92.9MHz
93.1MHz
93.3MHz
93.5MHz
93.7MHz
93.9MHz
94.1MHz
94.3MHz
94.5MHz
94.7MHz
94.9MHz
95.1MHz
95.3MHz
95.5MHz
MENU EXIT
95.7MHz
95.9MHz
96.1MHz
96.3MHz
96.5MHz
96.7MHz
96.9MHz
88.1MHz
88.3MHz
MOVE
88.5MHz
88.7MHz
88.9MHz
89.1MHz
89.3MHz
89.5MHz
89.7MHz
89.9MHz
90.1MHz
90.3MHz
90.5MHz
90.7MHz
90.9MHz
91.1MHz
91.3MHz
SELECT
91.5MHz
91.7MHz
91.9MHz
92.1MHz
92.3MHz
92.5MHz
92.7MHz
92.9MHz
93.1MHz
93.3MHz
93.5MHz
93.7MHz
93.9MHz
94.1MHz
94.3MHz
MENU EXIT
94.5MHz
94.7MHz
94.9MHz
95.1MHz
95.3MHz
95.5MHz
95.7MHz
95.9MHz
96.1MHz
96.3MHz
96.5MHz
96.7MHz
96.9MHz
MOVE
SELECT
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
PICTURE
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
88.1MHz
AUDIO
SYSTEM
Note: The wireless FM
modulator will perform well in
PLAYER
most applications. However,
in certain geographical
FMM
areas the quality ofSMART
theSTREAM
wireless signal may be less than
optimal, resulting in static or strong local station bleed
through. If this is a consistent problem, an FMDIRB
(hard wired FM connection) LANGUAGE
can be installed by your
DEFAULT DVD
dealer.
ADJUST
PICTURE
PICTURE
PICTURE
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
PLAYER
PLAYER
PLAYER
FMM
FMM
FMM
SMART
STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
MOVE
SYSTEM
ON
Use the p q t
or u cursor buttons to select a
PLAYER
frequency not used
by a radio station in the area.
FMM
BRIGHTNESS
SMART STREAM
MOVE
SELECT
EXIT
Press OK to select
the highlighted
frequency.
CONTRAST
PICTURE
There are a total
of 3 FMCOLOR
CHANNEL pages
AUDIO
TINT
containing frequencies
from 88.1 MHz to 107.9
SYSTEM
91.1MHz
94.1MHz
MHz in 0.2 MHzPLAYER
steps. To88.1MHz
access the
additional
FM
88.3MHz
91.3MHz
94.3MHz
88.5MHz
91.5MHz
94.5MHz
88.7MHz
91.7MHz
94.7MHz
FMM
91.9MHz
94.9MHz
Channel pages,
use the 88.9MHz
t
or
u
cursor
buttons
to
PICTURE
89.1MHz
92.1MHz
95.1MHz
89.3MHz
92.3MHz
95.3MHz
STREAM
89.5MHzand right
92.5MHz arrows
95.5MHzand
highlight theSMART
on
screen
left
AUDIO
89.7MHz
92.7MHz
95.7MHz
89.9MHz
92.9MHz
95.9MHz
90.1MHz
93.1MHz
96.1MHz
press OK. OnceSYSTEM
the frequency
has
been selected,
90.3MHz
93.3MHz
96.3MHz
90.5MHz
93.5MHz
96.5MHz
PLAYER
90.7MHz
93.7MHz
96.7MHz
tune the vehicle’s
radio
to
the
selected
frequency.
90.9MHz
93.9MHz
96.9MHz
FMM
SMART STREAM
AUDIO
SYSTEM
SMART STREAM
SYSTEM
MOVE
PICTURE
AUDIO
FMM
FMM
CHANNEL
To choose an FM frequency
for
audio playback
PICTURE
through your vehicle’s
radio:
AUDIO
1.
ON
FMM CHANNEL
FMM CHANNEL
This setting allows you to select the frequency.
The unit has a 100 channel built-in wireless
FM Modulator. The FM Modulator can be set
from 88.1MHz to 107.9MHz in 0.2MHz steps,
i.e.88.1,88.3,88.5,88.9,90.1 etc.
FM MODULATION
FM MODULATION
PICTURE
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
MENU
EXIT
ENGLISH
ON
PICTURE
AUDIO
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
SYSTEM
SMART STREAM(Optional
Feature)
PLAYER
This setting allows you
to select Wireless
FMM
Streaming DisplaySMART
Mode.
Press YES to enter the
STREAM
Wireless Streaming Display Mode or press NO to
exit.
MOVE
ADJUST
TV SYSTEM
MENU
EXIT
PICTURE
MIRACAST/AIRPLAY&DLNA
AUDIO
SYSTEM
YES
PLAYER
SMART STREAM
ON
16:9
24
FMM
AUDIO LANGUAGE
SMART STREAM
MOVE
PICTURE
AUDIO
ADULT
SYSTEM
ON
PLAYER
ENGLISH
FMM
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
MOVE
ADJUST
LANGUAGE
NTSC
Note: The SmartStream Wireless
Streaming Display
SCREEN SAVER
PICTURE
ASPECT RATIO
feature will only work
when
optional
module WM1
AUDIO
PASSWORD SETUP
is connected to theSYSTEM
system.RATING
Please refer to the
LAST MEMORY
PLAYER
SmartStream manual
for user
operation.
NO
FMM
MENU
EXIT
ENGLISH
DEFAULT DVD
ON
MONITOR MODE
M1
RESET
MIRACAST/AIRPLAY&DLNA
SMART STREAM
MENU
MOVE
EXIT
ADJUST
MENU
EXIT
SMART STREAM
PICTURE
AUDIO
SYSTEM
PLAYER
FMM
SMART STREAM
Playing DVD and Audio Discs
Playing DVDs
When a disc is loaded. Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control to display the
status banner. The status banner includes the disc title, chapter audio language , subtitle
& angle.
Title Selection: Some DVDs contain more than one title (e.g. sitcoms, collections, etc.)
Press the numeric (0-9) buttons to initiate a change of chapter title selection.
Using the repeat feature to select OFF, Chapter, Title and Repeat All to play the movies
contents.
Playing Audio CDs
When playing an audio CD, the DISPLAY banner appears automatically. The track number
and the elapsed time of the disc are displayed.
Selecting a Track: Selection of a specific track is accomplished by using the numbers keys.
Press the number key corresponding to the desired track and the player will implement
the selection.
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Press the previous button (9) to return to the previous chapter or track.
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Press the next button (:) to skip to the next chapter or track.
Using the REPEAT feature
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT on the remote control
consecutively changes the repeat options.
•
•
•
•
OFF
REP 1
REP DIR
REP ALL
Plays all songs on the disc and stops after all songs are played
Repeats 1 song
Plays songs in the directory
Plays all songs on the disc repeatedly
Playing USB Devices
To play a USB device, change the source to USB and plug a USB device into the USB port.
When a USB device is inserted into the player the navigation menu appears automatically.
AUDIO
Enjoy your audio in this mode.
ex: mp3, wma, wav. . .
ENTER
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Playing DVD and Audio Discs
Use the cursor keys p q t or uand OK to navigate the on screen menus.
The USB port can play AUDIO, PHOTO, VIDEO . The following formats are supported:
Audio
•
MP3
•
WMA
•
AAC
Photo
•
JPEG
•
BMP
Video*
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AVI (MPEG4-DIVX (DIVX 4.0/5.0), MPEG4-XVID - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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MPG (MPEG-1) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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MOV (MPEG4-DIVX) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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FLV (FLV1) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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SWF (FLV1) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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DAT (MPEG1) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
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VOB (MPEG2) - (720 x 576 max resolution)
•
Note: All formats may not play depending on the software used to convert the video file
from its original format.
Playing MP3 Discs
Playing MP3 Discs
MP3 is a format for storing digital audio. An audio CD-quality song can be compressed
into MP3 format with very little loss of quality, while taking up much less space. CD-R
discs that have MP3 format files can be played on the DVD player. The DVD player plays
the songs in the order they were burned on to the disc.
Selecting Folders and Songs:
When an MP3 disc is loaded in the player, the navigation menu will appear on the screen
automatically and a song will start playing.
To change songs use the
arrows to select a different song and press the
or
button to play the selected song. To change folders press the button to move to the
root folder and press the
or
button to display all the folders on the disc. Use
the buttons to select a new folder and press the
or
button to enter the new folder.
The unit will begin playing the first song of the folder.
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DVD Basics
To get the optimum use out of the DVD Player, please read the following:
DVD Region Code
The DVD player is preset to a region code at the factory depending on where the DVD
player is sold. A DVD from a different region cannot be played in this unit and the unit will
display "WRONG REGION”.
Region 1- USA, Canada
Region 2- Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East, Greenland
Region 3- S. Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Parts of South East Asia
Region 4- Australia, New Zealand, Latin America (including Mexico)
Region 5- Eastern Europe, Russia, India, Africa
Region 6- China
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DVD Basics
HDMI (HDMI/MHL)
An HD Input is located on the side of the unit.
This input can be used for devices with HDMI or MHL output ports (such as smartphones,
tablets and HDMI devices) and may require the purchase of an HDMI cable and HDMI
adapter which is available from your device manufacturer. Each device has unique
requirements, please consult with your device or smartphone manufacturer to determine
which type of output your device supports.
NOTE: Some adapters can be powered from the USB port on the front/bottom of the
unit . Powering the adapter will charge the smartphone when using the smartphone as a
media source.
Smartphones and Tablets
For Apple products, go to the Apple Store or enter the following link into your web
browser to find the adapter required for your device. Different models require different
adapters.
• http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4108 *
See the following links for other smartphone and tablet manufacturers:
Samsung Multimedia adapter:
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http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/
cell-phones-accessories/multimedia-adapters
NOTE: Some Samsung smartphones may require an additional 5-pin micro USB to 11- pin
micro USB adapter in addition to the multimedia adapter.
For other smartphone makes and models check with your device service provider to find
an adapter that will work with your device.
Amazon is a good source for finding an adapter that will work with your smartphone.
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HDMI Devices
HDMI Devices **:
Amazon FireTV Stick streaming device:
•
www.amazon.com and search for FireTV Stick
Chromecast media streaming device:
• www.google.com and search for Chromecast
Roku HDMI streaming device:
• http://www.roku.com/products/compare
MHL devices**:
Roku MHL Streaming Stick
• http://www.roku.com/roku-ready/models*
Note: does not require external power but must be purchased with the Roku remote
control
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USB Inputs
USB1 Port(User Accessible)
The USB port provides two functions:
1.
Media port for USB thumb drives:
2.
charging:
• The USB port will not charge a portable device when the unit is turned OFF.
• The USB port will charge a portable device in the following modes:
• DVD/USB (Not recommended)
• AV
• AUX
• HDMI/MHL
• It will not charge in USB mode.
•
For Apple /Android Mobile , It will charge at up to 2 Amps of charging current.
•
For Samsung Mobile, It will charge at up to 500mA of charging current.
USB2 Port(Hidden Input for when remote HDMI/USB Harness HDH12 is Installed)
1. The USB port charging only.
2. Max Charging current
For Apple /Android Mobile , It will charge at up to 2 Amps of charging current.
For Samsung Mobile, It will charge at up to 500mA of charging current.
3. Charging is available in all source.
4. USB2 is not a source, so it can’t be selected in the Main Menu or Source.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
IR remote inoperative
SOLUTION
• Verify that the battery in the remote is fresh.
• Verify that the remote sensor eye is not obstructed.
Disc won't play
• Insert a disc with the label side facing the viewer.
• Check the type of disc you put into disc tray. This DVD only plays
DVD, audio CD and MP3s.
• Both the unit and the disc are coded by region. If the regional
codes don’t match, the disc can’t be played.
Play starts, but then stops
immediately
No sound or distorted
sound
• The disc is dirty. Clean it.
• Condensation has formed. Allow player to dry out.
• Make sure your DVD is connected properly. Make sure all cables
are securely inserted into the appropriate jacks.
• If you are using the 2-channel IR headphones, make sure you
turn on the IR headphone power, make sure the correct channel
(A or B) is selected.
Cannot advance through a
movie
The icon (
) appears
Picture is distorted
• If the FM Modulator is ON make sure proper frequency has been
selected.
• Most discs prohibit advancing through the opening credits and
warning information that appear at the beginning of movies.
• The feature or action cannot be completed at this time
because:
1. The disc’s software restricts it.
2. The disc’s software doesn’t support the feature (e.g., angles)
3. The feature is not available at the moment.
4. A title or chapter number that is out of range has
been requested.
• The disc might be damaged. Try another disc.
• It is normal for some distortion to appear during forward or
reverse scan.
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Specifcaitons
For MTG10UHD
Type
TFT Active Matrix LCD
Resolution
1024 (RGB) (X3) x 600
Pixels
1,843,200
Operation Temperature
32 ~ 113º F (0 ~ 45º C)
Storage Temperature
-4 ~ 149º F (-10 ~ 65º C)
Backlit life
20,000 Hours
Video Display System
NTSC / PAL / AUTO
Video Output
1.0Vp-p @ 75 ohms
Power Source
12VDC
Dimension (L x W x H)
297mm x 272mm x 77mm
16.7in x 10.7in x 3in
For MTG13UHD
Type
TFT Active Matrix LCD
Resolution
1920 (RGB) (X3) x 1080
Pixels
6,220,800
Operation Temperature
32 ~ 113º F (0 ~ 45º C)
Storage Temperature
-4 ~ 149º F (-10 ~ 65º C)
Backlit life
20,000 Hours
Video Display System
NTSC / PAL / AUTO
Video Output
1.0Vp-p @ 75 ohms
Power Source
12VDC
Dimension (L x W x H)
375mm x 330mm x 77mm
14.8in x 13.0in x 3in
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to Movies To Go Mobile Video Products
V O X X E L E C T R O N I C S C O R P. ( t h e C o m p a n y ) w a r r a n t s t o t h e o r i g i n a l
retail purchaser of this produc t that should this produc t or any par t thereof,
under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workman
ship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will
be repaired or replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company's option)
without charge for par ts and repair labor. A game controller, if supplied, is
similarly warranted for ninety (90) days.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product
is to be delivered with proof of war rant y coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale),
specification of defect(s), transpor tation prepaid, to the Company at the
address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static
or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for
installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to digital
memor y/media devices, gaming devices, discs, speakers, accessories, or
vehicle electrical systems.
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