DVD Receiver DMR 60
DVD Receiver DMR 60
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Contents
Introduction
Connecting the system
System Setup
Playing DVD and CD
Playing back files
Advanced functions
Radio
Troubleshooting
Service and Warranty
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Congratulations on your new purchase... the Jamo DMR 60 DVD receiver.
With this incredible state-of-the-art product you can experience the great sound and picture
quality on a DVD or listen to music in HiFi Stereo quality... but there’s more to it than that. You
can also play back a wide variety of new file-based media like MP3, WMA, DivX and JPEG files
from disc or directly from USB or memory card. You’ll find out more about these new possibilities later in this manual (alternatively seek out the latest info online at www.jamo.com).
Whatever your needs, we’re sure that your new DMR 60 will prove a gateway to amazing home
entertainment experiences for many years to come.
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Introduction
Make sure the following accessories are included with your DMR 60
-
+
SOURCE
DVD-Receiver Jamo DMR 60
30m / 98ft of speaker cable
S-Video
(not provided with European
models)
Audio cable
Batteries
for the remote control
SCART
(provided with European models)
FM Antenna
Remote control
Composite Video
AM Antenna
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Connecting the system
Refer to the illustration below to connect speakers, subwoofer and antennas. To install the DMR 60 into your current TV system, refer to the three configuration examples. Choose from one of them or make your own combination.
Surround right
Surround left
Subwoofer
Front right
Centre
Front left
Back panel layout
3
4
5
6
16
8
10 11 12 13 14
1
2
1. AM antenna
2. FM antenna
3. Analogue Audio In - TV
(Not on European model)
4. Analogue Audio In - AUX
5. Analogue Audio Out
6
15
7
9
6. Digital In (Co-axial)
7. Digital In (Optical)
8. Video Out Composite
9. S-Video Out
10. Front speaker right out
11. Front speaker left out
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12. Centre speaker out
13. Surround speaker right out
14. Surround speaker left out
15. Subwoofer output
16. Component video out
17. SCART In/Out
(On European model only)
SCART video configuration
Both audio and video are passed through the SCART cable. If you connect a device to the SCART 2 on your TV, most TVs will automatically send the audio to the DMR 60.
If a Satellite receiver, set top box, VCR, PC, Games consol or MP3 player has digital or analogue audio output, you can connect it
directly to the DMR 60.
TV
PC
Games consol
MP3 Player
VCR
Satellite/STB
S-Video configuration
Video is connected through the S-Video cable to the TV. Audio is connected from the TV to the DMR 60.
If a Satellite receiver, set top box, VCR, PC, Games consol or MP3 player has digital or analogue audio output, you can connect it
directly to the DMR 60.
PC
Games consol
MP3 Player
TV
Satellite/STB
VCR
Component video configuration
The Component video output can be connected to plasma and LCD displays (component cables are not included).
Audio from the HD video source is connected directly to the DMR 60.
If a PC, Games consol or MP3 player has digital or analogue audio output, you can connect it directly.
Plasma
PC
Games consol
MP3 Player
HDTV
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Front panel layout
1. Volume down
2. Volume up
3. Open/Close
4. Play
1
2
-
+
5. Stop
6. Previous
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SOURCE
7. Next
8. Source
9. Standby
Remote control layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GOTO
0
MUTE
VOLUME
8
-
+
MENU
SETUP
DVD
FM
COAX
TV
USB
AM
OPT
AUX
AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
1. Standby
2. Numerical keys, 0 to 9
3. Goto
4. Mute
5. Volume down
6. Volume up
7. Cursor Up
8. Cursor Left
9. OK
10. Cursor Right
11. Cursor Down
12. Menu
13. Setup
14. DVD / USB
15. FM / AM
16. Co-axial / Optical
17. TV / Auxiliary
18. Rewind
19. Play/Pause
20. Forward
21. Previous Track/Chapter/Program
22. Stop
23. Next Track/Chapter/Program
24. Audio
25. Subtitles
26. Repeat
27. Shuffle
28. Info
29. Zoom
30. Sound
31. Surround
Putting the batteries
in the remote
System Setup
To access the DMR 60 setup menu, press “SETUP”.
Use / / / to browse through the menus, and press “OK” to select an item.
To exit System Setup, press “SETUP”.
TV SYSTEM
SYSTEM SETU P
TV SYSTEM
NTSC
VIDEO
PAL
Choose between NTSC and PAL video output from the DMR
60.
The default setting should be appropriate for your region
- changing it may result in poor picture quality
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
PARENTAL
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
VIDEO
Video output selection enables you to choose the type of
video output suitable for your DVD system. The default setting is SCART (RGB) or S-Video, depending on country.
SYSTEM SETU P
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
SCART / S-VIDEO
TV TYPE
COMPONENT
PASSWORD
PROGRESSIVE
PARENTAL
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
Note:
1. If you choose the PROGRESSIVE SCAN video option, which
is only delivered through component output, you must ensure beforehand that your TV is capable of showing progressively scanned images.
2. SCART, S-Video and composite video outputs are always
on. If you get a black screen when choosing the PROGRESSIVE function, please connect your TV with one of these connections so you can reset PROGRESSIVE.
TV TYPE
You can select the aspect ratio that is appropriate for your TV
display. The default setting is 16:9.
SYSTEM SETU P
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
4:3 LB
PASSWORD
4:3 PS
PARENTAL
16:9
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
• 4:3 LB
If you have a conventional ‘square’ set
and would like to see the DVD picture
in its full format, use this setting. Wide
bands will be displayed on the upper
and lower portions of the TV screen.
• 4:3 PS
If you have a conventional TV set and
would like to see the DVD picture fill
your TV screen then use this setting. A
wide picture is displayed on the whole
TV screen with a portion automatically
out off.
• 16:9
If you have a widescreen TV set, use this
setting (you must also set your widescreen TV to it’s 16:9 mode.).
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System Setup
PASSWORD
The password is used to change the parental control level.
SYSTEM SETU P
Setting a Password
Choose password and enter “0000” followed by “OK”, then
the “unlocked” icon will appear .
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
___ _
PARENTAL
DEFAULT
To lock the function, enter a number between 0000-9999 followed by “OK”, then the “locked” icon will appear .
Note:
If you forget the password, you can enter “0000”.
EXIT SETUP
PARENTAL CONTROL LEVEL
SYSTEM SETU P
TV SYSTEM
1 G
VIDEO
2
TV TYPE
3 PG
PASSWORD
4 PG 1 3
PARENTAL
5
DEFAULT
6 R
7 NC-17
EXIT SETUP
This function allows you to restrict viewing of unsuitable
DVDs, useful where younger viewers have access to the DMR
60.
Note:
Before changing the parental control level, you must enter
the preset password (4-digital code) to unlock this function.
If the entered password is incorrect, you will not be able to
change the level.
8 NO LIMI T
DEFAULT
If you select this function, all of the functions will be restored
to their defaults except the PASSWORD and the PARENTAL
CONTROL LEVEL.
SYSTEM SETU P
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
PARENTAL
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
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RESTORE
Language Setup
OSD LANGUAGE
This sets the OnScreen Display language for the DMR 60.
Default setting is: ENGLISH.
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANG.
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG.
GERMAN
SUBTITLE LANG.
FRENCH
MENU LANG
ITALIAN
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
PORTUGESE
DUTCH
AUDIO LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANG.
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG.
GERMAN
SUBTITLE LANG.
FRENCH
MENU LANG
ITALIAN
If available on the DVD, this function allows you to select the
preferred audio language.
Default setting is: ENGLISH.
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
PORTUGESE
DUTCH
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANG.
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG.
GERMAN
SUBTITLE LANG.
FRENCH
MENU LANG
ITALIAN
If available on the DVD, this function allows you to select the
preferred Subtitle language.
Default setting is: OFF.
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
PORTUGESE
DUTCH
OFF
MENU LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANG.
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG.
GERMAN
SUBTITLE LANG.
FRENCH
MENU LANG
ITALIAN
If available on the DVD, this function allows you to select the
desired Menu language.
Default setting is: ENGLISH.
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
PORTUGESE
DUTCH
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Speaker Setup
CENTRE DELAY
Selects the Centre-channel delay time for Dolby Digital audio.
Use and to turn it up and down.
Default setting is: OFF.
SPEAKER SETUP
CENTER DELAY
SURROUND DELA Y
DYNAMIC RANGE
TEST SPEAKER S
2M
1M
0.5M
OFF
M is how many metres the centre speaker is closer to the
listening position than the front speakers.
EXIT SETUP
SURROUND DELAY
Selects the Surround channel delay time for Dolby Digital
audio. Use and to turn it up and down.
Default setting is: OFF.
SPEAKER SETUP
CENTER DELAY
SURROUND DELA Y
DYNAMIC RANGE
TEST SPEAKER S
5M
3M
1M
OFF
M is how many metres the surround speaker is closer to the
listening position than the front speakers.
EXIT SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
If you want to watch a movie without disturbing others in
the house, you can reduce the dynamics (loud sounds) by
activating the dynamic range function.
SPEAKER SETUP
CENTER DELAY
SURROUND DELA Y
DYNAMIC RANGE
TEST SPEAKER S
EXIT SETUP
FULL
6/8
4/8
2/8
OFF
Dynamic range compression can be selected in Dolby Digital
mode. Use and to turn it up and down.
Default setting is: OFF.
TEST SPEAKERS
SPEAKER SETUP
CENTER DELAY
SURROUND DELA Y
DYNAMIC RANGE
TEST SPEAKER S
EXIT SETUP
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2M
1M
0.5M
OFF
Press this to test that all your speakers are connected correctly. The test signal rotates as follows:
• Front Left
• Centre
• Front Right
• Surround Right
• Surround Left
Getting Started
This is an overview of the most frequently used buttons on the remote control for the DMR 60.
Standby Button
Standby will turn the DMR 60 on and off
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GOTO
0
MUTE
Press mute if instant silence is needed.
Change the volume level by pressing the volume -/+.
VOLUME
-
Amplifier Buttons
+
OK
MENU
SETUP
DVD
FM
COAX
TV
USB
AM
OPT
AUX
AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
Source Select Buttons
Press the DVD button to start playing a disc, press again to select USB / Card reader
input.
Pressing the FM button will activate the FM radio tuner while pressing it again will
select the AM band.
COAX should be pressed to select Co-axial digital input, press again to select Optical digital input.
TV can be selected by pressing the TV button, press again to switch to Auxiliary
input.
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Playing DVD and CD
This is an overview of the buttons on the remote control that are most frequently used when playing an ordinary DVD or CD.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GOTO
0
MUTE
VOLUME
-
+
OK
MENU
SETUP
DVD
FM
COAX
TV
USB
AM
OPT
AUX
GOTO
GOTO is used together with the numeric buttons 0-9.
When playing a DVD or CD:
• Press “GOTO”
• Select: TT (Title) - Track/Chapter - Time using /
• Enter a value with the numeric buttons 0-9
• Press “OK”.
MENU
Press “MENU” to enter the DVD menu.
Basic playback functions
When playing a DVD or CD, you can also use these buttons to rewind, play/pause,
fast forward, skip back, stop or skip forward.
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AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
Playing back files from Disc, USB and Card reader
If you insert a Disc, USB device or memory card (SD-, MMC-, MS- and SM-cards) with mp3-, wma-, jpg-, divx-files,
your DMR 60 will switch to File Playback mode.
Choosing a file mode
When in File Playback mode, you will be able to choose between 3 modes, which are:
•
Music
•
Picture
•
Movie
You can switch between the 3 modes by pressing / on the remote until your desired file option is highlighted,
then press “OK” to select.
Playing MP3 and WMA
[WORK] - - - - - - 10.MP3
[WORK]
01 . - - - - - - 1 0
[HOME]
02 . - - - - - - 1 1
03 . - - - - - - 1 2
04 . - - - - - - 1 3
05 . - - - - - - 1 4
06 . - - - - - - 1 5
• Choose the
Music icon by pressing / until it is highlighted followed by “OK”.
• Browse through the music files using / / / on your
remote, and press “OK” to enter/exit a library.
• Press “OK” to select a song.
07 . - - - - - - 1 6
08 . - - - - - - 1 7
09 . - - - - - - 1 8
10 . - - - - - - 1 9
Viewing pictures
[WORK] - - - - - - 10.JPG
[WORK]
01 . - - - - - - 1 0
[HOME]
02 . - - - - - - 1 1
03 . - - - - - - 1 2
04 . - - - - - - 1 3
05 . - - - - - - 1 4
06 . - - - - - - 1 5
• Choose the
Picture icon by pressing / until it is highlighted followed by “OK”.
• Browse through the picture files using / / / on your
remote, and press “OK” to enter/exit a library.
• Press “OK” to view a picture in full screen.
07 . - - - - - - 1 6
08 . - - - - - - 1 7
09 . - - - - - - 1 8
10 . - - - - - - 1 9
Playing DivX movies
[WORK] - - - - - - 10.DIVX
[WORK]
01 . - - - - - - 1 0
[HOME]
02 . - - - - - - 1 1
03 . - - - - - - 1 2
04 . - - - - - - 1 3
05 . - - - - - - 1 4
06 . - - - - - - 1 5
• Choose the
Movie icon by pressing / until it is highlighted followed by “OK”.
• Browse through the movie files using / / / on your
remote, and press “OK” to enter/exit a library.
• Press “OK” to select a movie.
07 . - - - - - - 1 6
08 . - - - - - - 1 7
09 . - - - - - - 1 8
10 . - - - - - - 1 9
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Advanced Functions
Here’s a brief description of the Advanced Function buttons.
Please note that not all functions are available on all media.
AUDIO - Audio
Use this function to choose between the available audio tracks on the film. Normally you can also choose Audio on the DVD menu.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Use this function to choose from the subtitles available on the DVD. Normally you
can also choose the subtitle on the DVD menu.
7
8
9
REPEA - Repeat
0
GOTO
MUTE
You can play the current title/disc or a chapter/track continuously by activating
repeat.
SHUFF - Shuffle
VOLUME
-
SUB-T - Subtitle
+
When shuffle is activated tracks are played in random order.
INFO - Info
OK
You can check information about the media you are watching, such as the total
number of the titles or chapters or tracks or time, using the Info function.
The information will appear on the TV screen.
MENU
DVD
USB
SETUP
FM
AM
COAX
OPT
TV
AUX
ZOOM - Zoom
You can zoom in on specific areas of the picture. When available, press “ZOOM” to
blow up a portion of a picture, and use the cursor to move the zoom-window on
the screen.
SOUND - Sound
Press this to adjust Treble, Bass, Front Left, Center, Front Right, Surround Right, Surround Left and Subwoofer levels.
AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
SURR - Surround
Press this button to toggle between stereo and different surround sound modes.
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
Note:
The availability of various surround sound modes depends on the number of
speakers connected and the sound mode available for the media playing.
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Radio - Basic operation
If the antennas are correctly connected, you should be able to listen to both FM and AM radio.
This is an overview of the buttons frequently used when playing FM or AM radio.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GOTO
0
MUTE
VOLUME
-
+
OK
MENU
SETUP
DVD
FM
COAX
TV
USB
AM
OPT
AUX
FM / AM
Press the FM / AM button to turn on the radio. The last radio station you selected
can be heard.
Switch between FM and AM by pressing the button.
Switching between stations
Press
or
on the remote control or on the front panel to move between the
preset stations.
AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
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Radio - Advanced operation
This is an overview of the buttons used when finding and storing FM and AM radio stations.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GOTO
0
MUTE
VOLUME
-
+
Store a radio station
To store a radio station manually, do the following:
1. After finding a station, press “GOTO”.
2. Enter a number between 01 and 30 (AM 01 and 10).
3. Press “GOTO”.
OK
MENU
SETUP
DVD
FM
COAX
TV
USB
AM
OPT
AUX
Find a radio station
1. Press and hold
or
until the frequency indicator starts to change, then
release. The system automatically tunes to the next strong radio station.
AUDIO
SUB-T
REPEA
SHUFF
INFO
ZOOM
SOUND
SURR
RDS station service
RDS (Radio Data System) is an additional information system provided by most FM
stations.
If a RDS station is being received, you can see programme information on the DMR
60 display by pressing “INFO” on the remote.
FM 92.90
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MHZ
P3
FM 92.90
MHZ
Troubleshooting
If the DMR 60 appears to be faulty, first consult this troubleshooting guide before calling for service.
Refer also to the corresponding instructions in this manual.
WARNING
Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair the system yourself.
Symptom
Possible cause
Correction
No picture.
• The TV is switched OFF.
• The TV is not connected correctly.
•
•
Turn ON the TV.
Connect the TV correctly.
Disc can’t be played.
• The disc is placed upside down.
• The disc is empty or the format is
not supported by DMR 60.
• The disc is dirty or defect.
• The disc is not placed within the disc
tray guide.
•
•
•
•
Ensure the disc label is facing up.
Remove the disc and try another.
Clean the disc or dispose of it.
Place the disk within the proper guide
on the disc tray.
No sound.
• The VOLUME is set to 0.
• Speaker cords are not connected
correctly.
•
•
Turn up the VOLUME.
Connect them correctly.
The DMR 60 unit does not respond
to commands from the remote
control.
• No batteries are inserted in the
remote control.
• The batteries are worn out.
• The remote controller is not pointed
at the remote sensor of the DMR 60.
• The remote controller is too far from
the DMR 60.
•
Insert new batteries.
2 x “AAA” R6P
Replace with new batteries.
2 x “AAA” R6P
Point the remote controller at the
remote sensor of the DMR 60.
Operate the remote controller within 5
m.
Power is not supplied even though
the power cable is connected.
• The power plug is not securely
connected.
• The wall plug is not turned ON.
•
•
Connect the power plug securely.
Turn ON the wall plug.
The DMR 60 does not respond to
some operating commands during
playback
• Operations may not be permitted by
the disc.
•
Read the instructions on the disc.
•
•
•
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Service and Warranty
Environmental information
• The system is made of recyclable materials which can be re-used if disassembled by authorised personnel.
• Please follow local regulations for the disposal of packaging materials, used batteries and discarded units.
Copyright
This product contains copyright technology which is protected pursuant to patents that are the property of Macrovision Corporation and
other copyright holders. Any use of this copyright technology must be approved by Macrovision Corporation. The technology is intended
for use in the home unless otherwise approved by Macrovision Corporation. Breakdown and disassembly are prohibited.
Made under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double “D” symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. “DTS” and “DTS
Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Service
In case of warranty enquiries, please contact your dealer. In case of request for service under warranty, please enclose your original receipt.
Important: Never send the product to be repaired without prior agreement. If the DVD player is STILL UNDER WARRANTY, Jamo will pay
freight costs back and forth between the dealer and the Jamo authorised service centre. Any other freight must be paid for by the customer.
The product must always be packed properly, otherwise the product warranty will be discontinued. If the DVD player is NOT UNDER WARRANTY, all costs must be paid for by the customer.
Warranty certificate
Jamo provides a twenty-four (24) month warranty from the date of purchase against material and manufacturing defects. For defects covered by the warranty, the product must be returned to the dealer that sold the product. The expected time of repair, excluding transport, is
approximately five working days.
If any problems arise, information from our authorised service centres is available at the following address, or from the dealer who sold the
product.
Terms of Warranty
1. The warranty is only valid on presentation of the original sales receipt, and if the serial number on the product is fully legible.
2.The obligations of Jamo are limited either to repair or replacement of defective components. The repair or replacement of defective components is based on an assessment by Jamo.
Exchange is only possible if the repair cannot be performed.
3.Warranty repairs must be carried out by an authorised Jamo dealer, or an authorised service centre. No remuneration is provided for
repairs performed by unauthorised workshops. Any repairs or damage to the product caused by unauthorised intervention are not covered
by this warranty.
4.This product will not be considered as being defective, either in materials or in manufacture, if adaptation to national, local, technical or
safetyrelated requirements is required in countries other than the specific country for which the product was originally designed and manufactured.
5.This warranty does not cover these types of adaptations, and no remuneration will be offered for these types of adaptations or for any
consequential damages. The warranty does not cover the following:
a) Periodic inspection, maintenance and repair or replacement of parts resulting from normal wear.
b) Costs connected to transport, disassembly or installation of the product.
c) Mis-use, including use for purposes other than was intended, or faulty installation.
d) Damage caused by lightning, water, fire, natural catastrophes, war, insurrection, incorrect line voltage, insufficient ventilation, transport
or other causes outside of the control of Jamo.
6.This warranty applies to every legal owner of the product during the warranty period.
Packaging
If possible, use the original packing material for any shipping. Otherwise, re-pack the DMR 60 using:
• A reinforced cardboard box, strong enough to carry the weight of the product.
• At least 6 cm / 2.36 inches of shock-absorbing material around the product.
• Non-abrasive dust-free material for the other parts.
• Non-abrasive wrapping for the product. (Dust and dirt cover)
• Re-pack the product in such a way as to ensure that it cannot shift in the box during transport.
Information we must receive before repairing the product:
Model name: Jamo DVD Receiver DMR 60
Serial no.:
Fault description:
Copy of the invoice or sales receipt
The dealer’s name, address and phone no.
Personal information: Name, address, post code/city, phone no. and e-mail address (optional).
Your signature
Dealer’s stamp and signature
Date
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