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CD/DVD MICRO HI-FI SYSTEM
NX-5DVD
Instruction Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
BEFORE CONNECTION
Thank you for purchasing this DVD 2 channel component system, in order to fully utilize this system, please
read this instruction book carefully before use it.
For your safety
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
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CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates that there are important
operating and maintenance instructions in the
literature accompanying this unit.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage
A constituting a risk of electric shock is present
within this unit.
Caution:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
equipment to rain or moisture place.
Power Requirement
Because the power requirement of the electric products
is different in various places, before you use this
product, make sure that the power requirement of
the product is complied to the power that the native
district supplies.
Laser Product
This product is equipped with low power laser
equipment inside, for using safely, don't take apart any
covers or try to take apart the product inside. Please
contact the qualified personnel for repairing.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Caution:
This product is equipped with low power laser equip-
ment inside, for your safety, don't open the laser
radiation protective equipment. Don't look at the laser
radiation district when the equipment is operating.
Precautions
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Before operating this system, check the voltage of
this system to see if it is identical with the voltage
of your local power supply.
Unplug the system from the wall outlet if it is not
used for a long time. To disconnect the cord, pull it
out by grasping the plug
To avoid electric shock, do not open the cabinet by
unqualified personnel
There is no user serviceable parts inside. In case
of system failure, unplug the power cord and
consult your dealer
The ventilation should not be impeded by covering
the ventilation openings with items such as
newspaper, table-cloths, curtains etc.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
equipment to hot places, rain, moisture or dust.
Don't get close to the water source when using this
unit, such as near bathtub, bath slot, ish-washing
slot, washing machine to use it; also, don't use this
unit on damp plinth or nearby swimming pool or
similar close to the water source.
Do not place this unit close to strong magnetic field.
. Don't place this unit close to the damper, or the
moisture will affect the life of the laser head.
If the system is brought directly from a cold to a
warm location, or is placed in a very damp room,
moisture may condense on the lens inside the
player. Should this occur, the system will not operate
properly. Remove the disc and leave the system
turned on for about an hour until the moisture
evaporates.
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the system,
unplug the system and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
Before cleaning this unit, unplug the system from
the wall outlet first. Don't use the cleaner which is
with liquid or aerosol (e.g. pesticide). You can use
a clean cloth to clean this unit.
Please use the connection cable to connect to unit.
Don't use accessorial equipment recommended by
non manufacturer. It may course an electric shock
by using this equipment.
CONNECTION
Caution: Please turn off all the equipment power before connecting.
Connectto the TV
Connecting diagram
Ferrin bors jor hahha Unit Connect the TV video input terminal to the main unit's
video output terminal with the video line.
: Safety precautions
в Some settings should be made for the unit according to
the TV connection.
pe According to the colour system setting of TV, select the
= — colour system in the “TV SYSTEM" function setting.
* |f the unit is connected to a wide screen TV, then set
TV TYPE asis 16:9 in the SYSTEM SETUP item.
* |f the unit is connected to a TV, then set TV TYPE as
15 4:3/PS or in 4:3/LB in the SYSTEM SETUP item.
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Connections to TV
Connecting the Speakers
Connect the speaker cords between the terminals as shown below.
Left Speaker Box
Back View
Right Speaker Box
Back View
Connection precautions
1. The main unit's output has wide dynamic range, so the amplifier's volume should be moderated, if
other speakers are used, they must be closed correctly according to our speaker's specification, or
the loud speaker will be damaged by the heavy volume.
2. Before connecting/disconnecting the unit's power, please turn the volume to minimum firstly or it
may damage the loudspeaker.
Connect to AM antenna
AM loop antenna
a. Open the AM antenna terminals on the rear of the unit.
b. Attach the AM loop to its base by snapping the tabs on the
loop into the slot in the base.
c. Close each of the terminals to connect the antenna securely.
Rotate AM ring shape antenna till the receiving effect is the best.
(Don't place the AM ring shape antenna on the unit cover, or it will
affect the receiving effect.)
Connect to the external audio source
This system has an auxiliary input at the rear of the
main unit. Use a RCA cable to connect the unit to
external audio sources. For example, connect to a
TV if you choose to play a DVD from the NX-5DVD
through the TV.
Terminal board for the
main unit
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Connecting the AC Power Cord
Insert the AC power cord into a wall outlet and the
connector into the AC power socket, then your sys-
tem is at your command!
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in use for an extended period of time.
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Connecting the Headphones
Connect a pair of headphones to the phone jacks. (No
sound comes out of the speakers.)
Note:
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CONTROL LOCATIONS
The Main Unit
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VED Display Lens
Preset Equalizer Button
Sleep Button
Timer Button
Clock Button
DVD Function Button
TUNER Button
Band Switch Button
Disc Tray
Standby Button
Search Forward Button
Tuning Forward Button
Search Backward Button
Tuning Backward Button
Volume Down Button
Headphone Jack
Super Bass Button
Loudness Button
Dimmer Button
USB Function Button
Remote Sensor
AUX Function Button
Open/Close Button
Play/Pause Button
Stop Button
Previous Button
Channel Select Backward Button
Next Button
Channel Select Forward Button
Volume Up Button
USB Port
FM Antenna
Video Output Terminals
Speaker Output Terminals (L&R)
AM Antenna Sockets
AUX Input Terminals (L&R)
AC Socket
Remote control
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Standby Button
DVD Function Button
TUNER Function Button
Band Switch Button
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Dimmer Button
Preset Equalizer Button
Subtitle Button
Title Button
Function Setting Button
Direction Button (4)
Direction Button (<)
Direction Button (Y)
Clock Button
Next Button
Channel Select Forward Button
Previous Button
Channel Select Backward Button
Play/Pause Button
Fast Backward Button
Tuning Backward Button
Mode (Repeat) Button
MONO/Stereo Select Button
Number Buttons
Mute Button
USB Function Button
AUX Function Button
Loudness Button
Super Bass Button
Zoom Button
Vocal Mode Select Button
Language Select Button
PBC Button
Root Button
Confirm Button
Direction Button ( »)
Sleep Button
Timer Button
Volume Up Button
Volume Down Button
Stop Button
Fast Forward Button
Tuning Forward Button
DVD OSD Button
Program Button
Memory Button
Time Search Button
INSTALLATION OF BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL
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. Remove the battery compartment cover.
Insert two batteries (size AAA) correctly, so that the + and - polarities match the polarity diagrams in
the battery compartment.
» About half a year of normal operation can be expected when using standard batteries.
* When the batteries are exhausted, the remote will not function. Replace both batteries at the same
time with new ones.
* Don’t mix old and new batteries.
« Don’t mix different types of batteries.
« When the unit is not used for a long period of time, remove the batteries to avoid damage caused by
battery leakage and corrosion.
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TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF
You can use all the functions on the panel of the unit or the remote control after turning the system power
on (called Standby Mode).
Turning the System On
Press the standby button (STANDBY) to turn the system on from standby mode.
Caution: When turning the system on, the system will continue in the mode it was in when it was turned
off last time.
Turning the System Off
Press the standby button (STANDBY) again to turn the system off (called Standby Mode).
Caution: Be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet when going away or when the system is not
in use for an extended period of time.
BUTTON FUNCTIONS
General Operate
2 In power on mode, press the DVD function button (DVD) to select DVD function.
un (You can also operate the key “DVD” on the panel of unit.)
Press the open/close button (4) on the unit to open the disc tray then place the disc on the disc
We tray (with the printed side up). Press this button again to close the disc tray, the unit will read
the disc and the disc type will display on the TV screen. The disc should play automatically.
Press the direction buttons (a,v,«, ») to move the cursor to illuminate the desired selection.
Press the confirmation button (ENTER) to confirm the menu selection.
In stop mode, press the play/pause button ( » 11) to start playing the disc.
When playing disc, press the play/pause button ( p11 ) to temporarily stop the playing, press
the button again, it will continue to play.
(You can also operate the key “ » 11/ m8” on the panel of unit.)
(=) Press the stop button (IM) to stop playing, the unit will store the last playing time in the memory
automatically, then press the » II button, the unit will resume to last memory time and continue
playback automatically.
If you press the stop button (Il) twice to stop the disc playing.
(You can also press and hold the key "» 11/18" on the panel of unit.)
Press the volume up button to increase the volume. Press the volume down button to decrease
the volume.
(You can also operate the volume control knob “- VOLUME +” on the panel of unit.)
MUTE
( Press the mute button in play mode, all sound will be muted, press the button again to
resume sound.
LOUDNESS The Joudness function controls the bass to improve the output sound. This function only works
E) when the unit is playing.
(You can also operate the key “LOUDNESS” on the panel of unit.)
> This unit has three brightness levels for adjusting the display brightness. Press the dimmer
CD) button (DIM), for the desired brightness level.
(You can also operate the key “DIM” on the panel of unit.)
P-EQ You can adjust the sound reproduced simply by choosing from different preset equalizations.
E) Each press of the preset equalizer button (P-EQ) will select one of the following different
preset equalizations:
FLAT : Normal sound
POPS : Vocal sound is intensified
FLAT — POPS = JAZZ = CLASSIC = ROCK JAZZ : For jazz
A | CLASSIC : For classic
ROCK . For rock
(You can also operate the key “P-EQ” on the panel of unit.)
E Press the OSD button to display the playing information of the disc on the TV screen.
MENU e Ifthe Video CD has a menu, you can set the playback control function to “PBC ON”
mode by pressing the menu button (MENU). The unit reads the disc and the menu will
display on the TV screen, then use the number buttons to select the desired track.
* When playing DVD disc, press the root button (MENU) to return to the root menu for
previous layer.
e * Loada Video CD, disc in PBC ON mode (the MENU button turns the PBC function ON/
E OFF). You can select tracks or chapters with the number buttons (0-9,10+).
* |fthe track or chapter number is less than 9, press the number buttons 0-9.
* If the track or chapter number is over 9, press 10+ button and press the one of the
number buttons 0-9. (For example: The track or chapter number is 28, press 10+
button twice and press the number button 8.)
e |f playing a MP3 disc, you can directly press the 0-9,10+ buttons to select the track num-
ber then press ENTER button to play it. (For example: The track or chapter number is 28,
press 10+ button twice and press the number button 8.)
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e |f your DVD disc has one or more music chapters or titles, you can setup playing order
for the disc using this button. Press the program button, TV display will be as follows:
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* Use the 0-9,10+ buttons to input the sequence number which you want to program
playing (the first selection is title and the second selection is chapter of the programs
menu.). After finishing program, Press the a,v,«, » buttons to select “PLAY” then
press the ENTER button to start programmed play.
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After the program has been entered, Press the a,v,«, » buttons to select "PLAY" then
press the ENTER button to start programmed play.
When you are playing the DVD disc, you can repeatedly press the subtitle button (SUB-
TITLE) to select the subtitle language to display on the TV screen if available.
Subtitle 1 = Subtitle 2 = Subtitle 3 = +++ => Subtitle Off
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In play mode, press the title button (TITLE), to go back to the title menu.
* When playing a the Video CD, you can choose MONO (Mono Left, Mono Right),
“STEREO” or “Mix-Mono” audio output by pressing vocal mode select button (AUDIO).
* When playing DVD disc recorded with several languages, you can repeatedly press the
language select button (AUDIO) to select one of language to play.
Audio 1 — Audio? — Audio 3 — Audio 4
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* When playing a DVD disc, this function can be used to play a title, chapter or disc
repeatedly. Repeatedly press the mode (repeat) button (MODE), the screen shows :
REP: [CHAPTER] REP: [TITLE] = REP: [OFF]
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* When playing MP3 disc, this function can be used to play a track or folder repeatedly.
Repeatedly press the mode (repeat) button (MODE), the screen shows :
REP: [REP 1] — REP: [REP ALBUM] — REP: [REP ALL] — REPEAT ALL SHUFFLE: [ON] [OFF] = REP: [OFF]
e You may repeat a track or disc according to the following steps. Repeatedly press the
mode (repeat) button (MODE), the screen shows :
REP: [REP 1] — REP: [REP ALL] = REPEAT ALL SHUFFLE: [ON][OFF] = REP: [OFF]
You may directly enter a time, title or chapter number to go to a particular point on the disc.
The unit will play from this point.
1. Press the time search button (GOTO) on the remote control.
2. Press the 0-9 buttons on the remote control, enter the time, title or chapter numbers to
look for desired scene.
Note: If the search time exceeds the total time on the disc or the item set falls short of the
disc recorded, the “®” will display on TV screen, indicating the operation is invalid or
incorrect.
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>) Press the fast forward button (»») repeatedly to select one of the variety of different speeds
to fast forward play or select normal speed to play. Each time you press the button, the screen
shows.
FORWARD x2w» >= FORWARD x4»» = FORWARD x8»» = FORWARD x20m» — PLAY »
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Note: Press the » Il / IM button to resume normal playback.
Press the fast reverse button (<<) once by once to select one of the variety of different
Co) speeds to fast backward play or select normal speed to play. Each time you press the button,
the screen shows.
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Note: Press the / @ button to resume normal playback.
| When playing a DVD disc, press the next button (>) to skip to the next chapter or title.
I When playing a Video CD disc, press the next button (>»1) to skip to the next track.
ı When playing DVD disc, press the previous button (HH) to skip to the previous
chapter or title.
| When playing Video CD disc, press the previous button (<<) to skip to the previous track.
(You can also operate the key “»»1,14<«” on the panel of unit.)
This function can be used while playing a film or a still picture.
Press the zoom button (ZOOM) repeatedly when playing, the screen shows:
ZOOM: 2 => ZOOM:3 > ZOOM:4 = ZOOM: 1/2 = ZOOM: 1/3 = ZOOM: 1/4 > 200M; OFF
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* Use the a,v,«, » buttons to move around the enlarged picture.
Note: This function is not available for CD or MP3 playback.
Playing picture CD disc
Press the open/close button (4) on the unit to open the disc tray and place the picture CD on
= the disc tray (with the printed side up). Press this button again to close the disc tray, the unit
will read the disc and play It automatically.
Picture CD: The disc is recorded in picture
es When menu list display or the picture displaying on the screen, you can press the 0-9,10+
a buttons to select the desired picture in the disc to start playing.
= Note: Play will temporarily stop the playing when the selected pictures have been played.
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PROGRAM When playing, press PROGRAM button to select one of the transition effect to playing
the picture.
When playing, use the IM button to enter the “Thumbnail Mode”.
Cm) (Use the FH or »»i buttons to display previous or next 6 pictures of disc. Press the M button
to exit the “Thumbnail Mode” and return to menu list.)
DVD Menu Options
Please note: The menu structure may differ from the example below.
Basic operations
1. Press function setting button (SETUP) to enter the Setup Menu.
2. Press «, » button to select a page to be set.
3. Press a,v button to highlight an option.
4. Enter its submenu by pressing » button or ENTER button.
5. Move the cursor by pressing a,¥ button to highlight the selected item.
Note: In cases of value setting, press «, » to adjust values.
6. Press ENTER button to confirm.
Note:
Press « button to return to the upper-level menu. When in cases of value setting, please
press ENTER button.
Press SETUP button to exit from the menu. (The settings will be stored in the player's
memory even if the player is switched off.)
(Note: If the item displays in gray, that means that it can't be setup and there isn't this
function in the disc.)
| System Setup
TV System
— TV SYSTEM —- NTSC NTSC --- Select this if the connected TV is NTSC system.
- PAL It will change the video signal of a PAL disc and output
ren in NTSC format.
Lapp PAL --- Select this if the connected TV is PAL system. It
a OT TVTYPE 4:3 PS [8] will change the video signal of a NTSC disc and output
2 | o in PAL format.
= | PASSWARD --— AUTO --- Select this if the connected TV is compatible with
= — RATING - 1 KID SAFE both NTSC and PAL (multi-system). The output format will
> i а с be in accordance with the video signal of the disc.
ses Screen Saver
- 5PG-R Set the screen saver to activate or cancel.
— ER TV Type
| it 4 : 3 PS --- When selecting this mode, wide picture
— DEFAULT RESTORE displayed on the screen will be cut automatically.
4 : 3 LB --- When selecting this mode, wide picture
displayed on the screen will have black top and bottom
area.
16 : 9 --- If this system connects wide screen TV, selecting
this mode.
Password
Select this item to set new password for this unit, follow
the screen's indication and enter a password.
The original password is 0000.
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® Language Setup
LANGUAGE SETUP
— OSD LANGUAGE
— AUDIO LANG ——
ENGLISH
— GERMAN
| SPANISH
| FRENCH
— ITALIAN
— ENGLISH
— GERMAN
— SPANISH
— FRENCH
— ITALIAN
— SUBTITLE LANG -— ENGLISH
— GERMAN
— SPANISH
— FRENCH
ITALIAN
OFF
— MENU LANG —— ENGLISH
— GERMAN
— SPANISH
— FRENCH
— ITALIAN
Rating
Some DVDs may have a parental level assigned to the
complete disc or to certain scenes on the disc. This
feature lets you set a playback limitation level. The rat-
ing levels are from 1 to 8 and are country dependent.
You can prohibit the playing of certain discs that are not
suitable for your children or have certain discs played
with alternative scenes.
1 KID SAF --- Kids material; recommended especially
for children and viewers of all ages.
2 G --- General Audience; recommended as acceptable
for viewers of all ages.
3 PG --- Parental Guidance suggested.
4 PG 13 --- Material is unsuitable for children under
age13.
5-6 PGR, R --- Parental Guidance - Restricted; recom-
mended that parents restrict children under 17 from
viewing or allow to view only when supervised by a
parent or adult guardian.
7 NC-17 --- No children under age 17; not recommended
viewing for children under age 17.
8 Adult --- Mature materials; should be viewed only
by adults due to graphic sexual material, violence or
language.
Default
Setting the “DEFAULT” function will reset all options and
your personal settings to the factory defaults and all your
personal settings will be erased.
Caution!
When this function is activated, all settings will be reset
to factory defaults.
OSD Language
This menu allows the user to select the language for the
on-screen display.
Audio Lang, Subtitle Lang, Menu Lang
Only available if the disc supports that function.
Audio Lang--- disc's soundtrack
Subtitle Lang--- disc's subtitles
Menu Lang --- discs menu
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e Video Setup
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS —
CONTRAST —
HUE
SATURATION —
e Audio Setup
AUDIO SETUP
— DOWNMIX —
— 3D PROCESSING
— LPCM -
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— LT/RT
— STEREO
— VSS
— OFF
— CONCERT
— CHURCH
— PASSIVE
— WIDE
LIVE
48K
— 96K
— NIGHT MODE T ON
— 192K
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Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation Setting
You can adjust them according the effect.
Downmix
This option allows you to set the stereo analog output
of your system.
LT/RT --- Select this option if your DVD Player is
connected to a Dolby Pro Logic decoder.
STEREO --- Select this option when output delivers
sound from only the two front speakers.
VSS --- Allows the system to use virtual surround sound
effects.
3D Processing
Reverb mode provides a virtual surround sound
experience using just two speakers.
LPCM
It is according to setup the audio signal between 48kHz
to 192kHz.
Night Mode
In this mode, the high volume outputs are softened and
low volume outputs are brought upward to an audible
level. It is useful for watching your favourite action movie
without disturbing others at night.
On --- Select this to level out the volume. This feature is
only available for movies with Dolby Digital mode.
Off --- Select this when you want to enjoy the surround
sound with its full dynamic range.
Note:
System is CD-R/RW compatible. CD-R, CD-RW discs
recorded with a writing device can only be used when
they are correctly formated.
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Use the USB
TES By connecting a USB mass storage device (including USB flash
= = memory or USB flash players) to the Hi-Fi system, you can enjoy
TAI, the device's stored music through the powerful speakers of Hi-Fi
system.
1. Insert the USB device's USB plug into the + socket on the
panel of unit.
= 2. Press the USB button to select the USB function.
A 3. The device's stored music will be played automatically.
® For the devices with USB cables:
1. Insert one plug of the USB cable (not supplied) to the + socket on the set.
2. Insert the other plug of the USB cable to the USB output terminal of the USB device.
Note:
A memory card may also be played through the system using a USB card reader (not supplied).
e For the memory card:
1. Insert the memory card into a card reader (not supplied).
2. Use a USB cable (not supplied) to connect the card reader into the + socket on the set.
Listening to Radio Broadcasts
Caution: Before listening to the radio, please check if both FM and AM antennas are correctly connected.
Important: Display screen reads “MW RADIO” when in AM radio mode. “MW” indicates AM broadcast at
all times.
Press tuner function button (TUNER) to select TUNER function.
In TUNER function mode, press the band switch button (TUNER) to select the band.
(You can also operate the key “TUNER” on the panel of unit.)
e Press the tuning forward button ( »» ) repeatedly to move from frequency to frequency
until you find the station you want.
e Press and hold the tuning forward button ( >>) for one second or more, the frequency
will change up automatically until the next station is found.
(You can also operate the key “ »»" on the panel of unit.)
Dos
e Press the tuning backward button ( << ) repeatediy to move from frequency to frequency
until you find the station you want.
e Press and hold the tuning backward button ( «« ) for one second or more, the frequency
will change down automatically until the next station is found.
(You can also operate the key “ 4<« ” on the panel of unit.)
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PROGRAM You can store the well tuned station by pressing the memory button (PROGRAM). (You can
E) preset up to 16 FM stations and up to 16 AM stations.)
* Tune in the desired station, then press the memory button (PROGRAM).
® Use the l button or »Pl button on the remote control once by once to select the preset
number. (You can also operate the key “ »PI, Ida” on the panel of unit.)
e Press the memory button (PROGRAM) to store the station. After 1 second, the VFD re-
turns to the broadcast frequency display.
Note: If the system is unplugged or if a power failure occurs, the preset stations will
remain stored in the memory.
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MODE
CJ
e Press the channel select forward button (>>) once by once to select preset number
after presetting station. Its band and frequency are displayed on the VFD.
Press the channel select forward button ( »»1) once by once to select the preset number
when in store the station.
e Press the channel select backward button (l4«¢) once by once to select preset number
before presetting station. Its band and frequency are displayed on the VFD.
Press the channel select backward button ( 144) once by once to select the preset
number when in store the station.
(You can also operate the key “ ppl, 144” On the panel of unit.)
Press the stereo/mono select button (MODE) to select the Stereo or MONO channel to receive
the FM radio mode, it can get the best effect.
CLOCK/TIMER FUNCTIONS
Setting the Clock
GLOCK
The built-in clock shows the correct time in the display.
- Press the clock button (CLOCK), hour indicator will blink.
- Setthe hour with the VOL- button or VOL+ button.
- Press the clock button (CLOCK), minute indicator will blink.
- Set the minute with the VOL- button or VOL+ button.
= - Press the clock button (CLOCK), the built-in clock starts operating and the seconds start
counting from 0.
Note:
The operating time of every step shouldn't be longer than 10 seconds or it will return to
the original display.
* If there is a power failure or the power system is turned off, the clock will lose its setting.
To confirm the clock time
When you press the clock button (CLOCK), the clock time is displayed. Wait for a few seconds
until the display returns to the original display.
Setting the Daily Timer
SLEEP/TIMER
e In standby mode, you can use the daily timer setting to turn the unit on automatically
at a certain time everyday under standby mode. When the setting timer is on, the timer
indictor “O” will display on the VFD, however the clock must be set correctly for the timer
function to work.
- In standby mode, press the timer button (TIMER), hour indicator will blink.
- Set the hour with the VOL- button or VOL+ button.
- Press the timer button (TIMER), minute indicator will blink.
- Set the minute with the VOL- button or VOL+ button.
- Press the timer button (TIMER), the selected time is set. Then set the daily timer to “ON”
(daily timer set is in effect) or “OFF” (daily timer set is to cancel) by pressing the VOL-
button or VOL + button.
Note:
* You can only set the daily timer only in standby mode.
* The operating time of every step shouldn't be longer than 10 seconds or it will return to
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SLEEP/TIMER
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time display.
* The sound source of the “timer on” mode is the same as the sound source when the unit
was turned off by the standby switch.
To confirm the daily time
Press the timer button (TIMER) in standby mode, the daily time is displayed. Wait for a sec-
ond until the display returns to the time display.
To cancel the daily timer setting
In standby mode, repeatedly press the timer button (TIMER) until the “ON” will display on
the VFD, then you can set the daily timer to “OFF” by pressing the VOL- button or VOL+
button (the daily timer will be cancelled).
Turning off the system also cancels the daily timer.
Setting the Sleep Timer
* Use the sleep timer to turn the system off after a some time when playing. By setting the
sleep timer, you can fall asleep and know that your system will turn off by itself rather
than playing all night.
- Play a disc or tune in to the desired station.
- If you set the sleep timer first, each time you press the sleep button (SLEEP), it changes
the number of minutes shown on the VFD in this sequence:
90 > 80> 70> 60-> 50 > 40 > 30 > 20 > Sa
OFF
If you change the sleep timer, each time you press the sleep button (SLEEP), it changes
the number of minutes shown on the VFD in this sequence:
> 90 = 80= 70= 60 = 50 = 40 = 30 = 20 = 1
OFF
After setting the number of minutes for the sleep timer, the display will return to the
display as before setting the sleep timer.
The system is now set to turn off after the number of minutes you set.
To confirm the sleep time
When pressing the sleep button (SLEEP), the remaining sleep time is displayed. After a few
seconds the display returns to the original display.
To cancel the sleep timer setting
Repeatedly press the sleep button (SLEEP) until the “00” displays on the VFD.
It can also cancel the sleep timer by restart set the clock or turning off the system.
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PROTECT THE DISC
1. To keep the disc clean, please don't touch the disc's surface when you are holding it. You should hold
the edge.
2. If the disc is dirty, it will affect the sound quality. Please use the clean and soft cloth to wipe the disc
from inside to outside. Don’t wipe the disc in circular motion.
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3. Dont stick paper on the disc.
4. Don't place discs in direct sunlight or near or on heat sources.
5. After you have finished with the disc, please place it back in its original case. To avoid warping or
damage, do not stack discs.
6. Don't play the disc which has flaw or deformation, in case of damaging this player.
7.Clean your discs using only a soft dry cloth. Do not use any chemicals such as benzine, thinner,
antistatic or record sprays as these can damage the disc surface.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
No sound is heard
No picture
Bad sound quality
Picture roll or without color
The disc does not play
Poor radio reception
The disc does not play
Unable to operate
the remote control
Operations are disabled
Possible Cause
Connections are incorrect, or loose
TV or power amplifier operates incorrectly
The amplifier's receiving signal position is wrong
Volume setting to minimum
Connections wrong or loose
TV Operation and setting is wrong
Audio connects wrong
DVD Player doesn't match the TV system
No disc in the tray
The disc is upside down
The disc is dirty or scratched
The unit is foggy inside
The antenna is disconnected
The AM loop antenna is too close to the system
The FM wire antenna is not properly extended and posi-
tioned
Dirty disc
The disc is upside down
Pause is engaged
The path between the remote control and the sensor of the
unit is blocked
The batteries have lost their charge
The built-in microprocessor has malfunctioned due to external
electrical interference
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Action
Check all connections and make corrections
Check whether the operation is right
Check the position of receive signal
Adjust volume
Check all connections and correct it
Check whether operation and setting is right
Check whether audio connections are right
Select the colour system in the TV SYSTEM" function set-
ting to select suitable system
Place a disc
Place the disc with the printed side up
Clean or replace the disc
Take out the disc, turn on the unit for about an hour
Reconnect the antenna securely
Change the position and direction of the AM loop Antenna
Extend FM wire antenna to the best reception position
Clean or replace the disc
Put the disc in with the label side up
Cancel the pause function
Remove the obstruction
Replace the batteries
Unplug the system then plug it back in
System
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Life on Record
Imation Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
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#03-01 Century Industrial Building,
Singapore, 536209
www.tdk-media.com.sg
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