Sony DreamSystem MV-7101DS User's manual

Sony DreamSystem MV-7101DS User's manual
3-255-990-11 (1)
Mobile Video
System
Operating Instructions
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit.
Record these numbers in the space provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this
product.
Model No. MV-7101DS Serial No.
For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections manual.
MV-7101DS
© 2003 Sony Corporation
US
Warning
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate
this equipment.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with this
product will increase eye hazard.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
DANGER
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
This is located on the drive unit's internal
chassis.
2
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
important operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Table of Contents
Welcome ! .............................................................. 4
Precautions ............................................................ 4
About this manual ............................................... 5
Quick Review
Playing a DVD ...................................................... 6
Location of controls ............................................. 8
Operation for Monitor
Opening the display monitor ........................... 12
Selecting the input source ................................. 13
Changing the display settings .......................... 14
Adjusting the volume ........................................ 16
Use of Headphones
Listening with the headphones ........................ 17
Various Playback
Playing a disc ...................................................... 18
Searching a chapter/title/track directly .......... 18
Resume playback ................................................. 18
Turning off the player and the monitor ............ 19
MP3 file playback with the menu display ....... 19
Displaying running time ................................... 20
Changing the subtitle language ....................... 21
Using a DVD menu ............................................ 21
Using the TOP MENU button ............................ 21
Using the MENU button ..................................... 22
Changing the audio language .......................... 22
Changing angles ................................................. 23
Changing the audio output .............................. 23
Using the PBC (playback control) function .... 24
Changing Setup
Changing the aspect ratio of screen
— TV DISPLAY ............................................. 25
Displaying the multi-angle notice
— ANGLE MARK ........................................ 26
Displaying captions for viewers with hearing
difficulties
— CAPTIONS ............................................... 26
Setting the screen saver
— SCR SAVER ............................................... 27
Selecting the speaker mode
— SPEAKER SETUP ..................................... 27
Selecting the audio output mode
— AUDIO OUT ............................................. 28
Selecting the compression setting for the sound
— DYNAMIC ................................................ 28
Selecting the TV color system
— COLOR SYSTEM ..................................... 29
Selecting the audio language for DVD
— AUDIO ...................................................... 29
Displaying the subtitles for DVD
— SUBTITLE ................................................. 30
Selecting the DVD menu language
— DISC MENU ............................................. 30
Preparing for the initial parental setting ........ 31
Setting the password ........................................... 31
Selecting the desired parental setting
— PARENTAL ................................................ 31
Changing your password
— PASSWORD ............................................... 32
Returning this player to the factory setting
— DEFAULTS ................................................ 33
Setting the menu display for MP3 files
— SMART NAV ............................................ 33
Additional Information
Maintenance ........................................................ 34
About discs the player can play ....................... 36
Notes on discs ..................................................... 38
About MP3 files .................................................. 39
Specifications ...................................................... 40
Troubleshooting .................................................. 42
Error display ....................................................... 45
Language Code List ........................................... 46
3
Welcome !
Precautions
Thank you for purchasing this Sony Mobile
Video System. Before operating the system,
please read this operating instructions
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
To avoid the risk of serious injury or accident,
read the following precautions before
installing and operating the player and the
monitor.
For driver's safety
Copyrights
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S. patents, other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation, and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering
or disassembly is prohibited.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works.
Copyright 1998-1999 Dolby Laboratories. All
rights reserved.
“DTS,” “DTS Digital Surround” and “DTS
Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
4
Comply with your local traffic rules and
regulations.
•While driving
— The driver must not watch or operate the
monitor and the player. It may lead to
distraction and cause an accident.
— The driver must not use the headphones.
It may lead to distraction and cause an
accident.
Park the car in a safe place when the
driver watch and operate the monitor, or
use headphones.
•After installing
— Do not hang onto the monitor.
— Do not insert your hands, fingers or
foreign objects into the products. It may
cause injury or damage to the products.
— Take care not to bump your head against
the monitor when getting up from the
back seat.
— Take extra care not to wind the wire of the
headphones around your neck avoiding
injury or suffocation in the event of a
sudden movement of the vehicle.
— Keep small articles out of the reach of
children.
•If the monitor and the player do not work,
check the connections first. If everything is in
order, check the fuse.
•If your car was parked in direct sunlight,
allow the products to cool off before
operating them.
•Avoid installing the products in places:
— subject to temperature below – 30 °C (– 22
°F) or above 65 °C (113 °F)
— subject to direct sunlight
— near heat sources (such as heaters)
— exposed to rain or moisture
— exposed to excessive dust or dirt
— subject to excessive vibration
— subject to heat:
Keep all products away from nearby hot
vehicle components that heat up over
time such as hoses, high current wires,
and braking systems components. Make
sure to leave enough room for ventilation
on openings and slots to protect from over
heating.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning the products, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Moisture condensation
On a rainy day or in a very damp area,
moisture condensation may occur inside the
lenses. Should this occur, the player will not
operate properly. In such a case, remove the
disc and wait for about an hour until the
moisture has evaporated.
To maintain high sound quality
Be careful not to splash juice or other soft
drinks onto the products or discs.
About this manual
Conventions
• Instructions in this manual describe how to
use the player, the monitor, and the cordless
stereo headphone.
• The icons below are used in this manual:
Icon
Meaning
Indicates a DVD function.
Indicates a Video CD function.
Indicates an Audio CD function.
Indicates the function of a CD
containing MP3 file.
5
5
Quick Review
Insert the disc (labeled side up or the
surface you want to play down if the
disc is a DVD) into the player.
You can play a DVD and other discs just after
reading Quick Review.
Playing a DVD
1
Press (OPEN) to open the display
monitor.
If a disc is already inserted, press u to start
playback.
Note
Even when the player is turned off, you can eject a
disc from the player, though you cannot insert a
disc.
OPEN
Tip
Steps 3 to 5 are necessary only when you use this
system for the first time.
INPUT
2
POWER
Press (POWER) to turn on the monitor.
The monitor turns on.
Tips
• The player turns on/off in conjunction with
the monitor. To turn off just the player,
press (POWER) on the remote commander or
on the player until the green light of the
POWER button on the player is turned off.
• If the player does not turn on in conjunction
with the monitor, press (POWER) on the
remote commander or on the player until the
green light of the POWER button on the
player lights up.
3
Press (INPUT) on the monitor repeatedly
to select “VIDEO 4.”
Each time you press (INPUT), the indication
changes in the following sequence:
VIDEO 1* c VIDEO 2* c VIDEO 3* c
VIDEO 4 c VIDEO 1*
* When connecting optional products, be sure
to select the proper input mode. For details,
refer to the connection diagram in the
supplied installation/connection manual.
4
6
Open the front panel of the player.
Notes
• Depending on the recording method used on the
disc, it may take a minute or more before
playing.
• Depending on the condition of the disc, it may
not play back (page 38).
• If you play a high-bit rate MP3 file such as 320
kbps, sound may be intermittent.
Operation for playback
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
0
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
MENU
ANGLE
Returning the display monitor to its
enclosure
Close the display monitor until it clicks. The
monitor turns off automatically.
ENTER
AUDIO
SETUP
./>
/y
m/M
u
VOL
To
Stop playback
Eject the disc
x
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
Do this
Press x*1
Open the front panel,
then press Z on the
unit.
Press u *2
Press u
Pause
Resume playback
after pause
Go to the next chapter, Press >
track, or scene in
continuous play mode
Go back to the preceding Press .
chapter, track, or scene in
continuous play mode
Fast forward
Press M/y while
playing*3 *4
Fast reverse
Press /m while
playing*3 *4
Slow forward
Press M/y in
(DVD/Video CD only) pause*4
Slow reverse
Press
/m in
(DVD only)
pause
Notes
• Be careful not to catch your finger in the display
monitor when closing.
• Do not put any foreign objects between the LCD
panel and the enclosure when closing.
Adjusting the tilt and swivel
The display monitor can be adjusted within the
angles shown.
120˚
180˚
30˚
Tip
Before closing the display monitor, make sure that
the monitor is turned and facing the enclosure
(you will hear a click).
*1 If the resume playback function is activated, you
can resume playback later by pressing u. For
details, see “Resuming playback.”
2
* DVD/Video CD
Both the picture and sound stop during pause
and “PAUSE” is displayed on the screen.
Audio CD
The sound stops and “PAUSE” is displayed on
the screen.
3
* DVD/Video CD/Audio CD
Playback increases to 4 times the speed with
no sound.
4
* A disc other than a DVD returns to normal
playback when a track/MP3 file finishes.
7
Location of controls
Monitor XVM-R70
Warning when installing in a
car without an ACC
(accessory) position on the
ignition key switch
To turn off the player and the
monitor, after you set the power
select switch to B (the setting
without ACC position) for your
car (for details, refer to the installation/
connections manual)
There are 3 ways to turn off the
player and the monitor:
— After turning off the ignition, be
sure to press (POWER) on the
monitor.
— After turning off the ignition,
(MONITOR POWER) on the card
remote commander.
— After turning off the ignition, just
close the display panel until it
clicks.
Otherwise, the player and the
monitor do not turn off and this
causes battery drain.
1 OPEN button 6, 12
To open the monitor.
2 Receptor for the card remote
commander/Transmitter for the
cordless headphones
3 UP/DOWN (M/m) buttons 13, 14, 15
To select the desired item.
4 MENU button 14
To adjust the various display settings.
5 REVERSE button*
To switch images upside down.
6 INPUT button 6, 13
To select the input source.
7 POWER button 6, 12, 13
To turn on/off the player and the
monitor.
* The reverse position of the display monitor.
You can close with the LCD surface out after turning around 180 degrees, and images on the screen
can be turned upside down by pressing (REVERSE) on the monitor. Before closing the display
monitor, make sure that the monitor is turned and facing the enclosure (you will hear a click). Each
time you press (REVERSE) on the monitor, the reverse screen mode switches between on and off.
180˚
c
c
REVERSE
8
Card remote commander RM-X135
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
MENU
The corresponding buttons of the card
remote commander control the same
functions as those on the player and
the monitor.
Instructions in this manual describe how to use
the player and the monitor by mainly using the
card remote commander.
Tip
Refer to “Replacing the lithium battery” for details
on how to replace the battery (page 34).
ENTER
AUDIO
SETUP
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
Refer to the pages listed for details.
1 DISPLAY button 20
To display a running time.
2 Number buttons 18, 24
3 TOP MENU button 21, 24
To display the top menu of a recorded
DVD or to turn on/off the PBC (Playback
control) menu of a Video CD.
4 MENU button 21, 22
To display the recorded DVD menu.
5 O (return) button 24
6 ./> (previous/next) buttons
7
/m (fast/slow reverse)/
M/y (fast/slow forward) buttons
8 M/,/m/< buttons
9 POWER (on/off) button 10
To turn on/off the player. For details, refer
to the POWER (on/off) button (1) on the
player (page 10)
q; SEARCH button 18
To specify a desired point on a disc by
chapter, title, or track.
qa CLEAR button
qs SUBTITLE button 21
To change the subtitle language while
playing a DVD
Cautions about the POWER (on/off) button (9)
The POWER (on/off) button (9) is only for the
player. If you want to turn off the player and the
monitor completely, press the MONITOR POWER
(ql).
Cautions about the MONITOR POWER (on/off)
button (ql)
• To turn off the player and the monitor, press the
MONITOR POWER button (ql) or press the
POWER button (7) on the monitor (page 8), or
close the display panel of the monitor until it
clicks.
• To turn on the player and the monitor again, be
sure to press the POWER button (7) on the
monitor (page 8).
qd ENTER button
To enter a setting.
qf ANGLE button 23
To select the multiple angles of view while
playing or pausing a DVD.
qg AUDIO button 22, 23
To change the audio output/audio
language
qh SETUP buttons 25
To enter or quit the setup menu.
qj u (play/pause) button
qk x (stop) button
ql MONITOR POWER (on/off) button*
To turn on/off the player and the monitor.
w; INPUT button*
To select the input source.
wa VOL (–/+) buttons* 16
To turn up or down the volume.
* For the monitor XVM-R70.
These buttons also work for optional Sony
monitors other than XVM-R75 and XVM-H6.
continue to next page t
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DVD player MV-101
POWER
DISC IN
MV-101
POWER
DISC IN
RESET
MV-101
Refer to the pages listed for details.
1 POWER (on/off) button 6
The player doesn't turn on, when the
monitor is turned off. Turn on the
monitor first.
To turn on/off the player, press and hold
the POWER button until the green light of
the button is turned on/off.
2 DISC IN light
When a disc is in the player, the DISC IN
light glows orange.
3 Receptor for the card remote
commander
4 u (play/pause) button 4
5 x (stop) button
6 Disc slot
7 Z (eject) button
Available to eject a disc from the player
even when the player is turned off.
8 RESET button
9 > (next) button
q; . (previous) button
10
Cautions
The player doesn't turn on, when the monitor
is turned off.
• To turn on the player, press (POWER) on
the monitor or (MONITOR POWER) on the
card remote commander. The player turns
on in conjunction with the monitor.
• If the player does not turn on in conjunction
with the monitor, press (POWER) on the
remote commander or on the player until
the green light of the POWER button (1)
on the player lights up.
Note
Even when the player is turned off, you can eject a
disc from the player, though you cannot insert a
disc.
Cordless Stereo Headphone
MDR-IF0140
When to replace the battery
When the battery becomes weak, the power
indicator light dims, or sound becomes
distorted or noisy. Replace the battery with
new one as soon as possible.
Inserting the battery
Open the lid (Z OPEN) of the left
housing.
OPEN
1
ON
Lid (Z OPEN)
R
OF
F P
OW
E
VO
L
1 Battery compartment lid
To set a battery, open the lid.
2 Ear pad 35
The ear pads are replaceable.
3 Power (ON/OFF) switch 17
4 POWER indicator 17
When the power switch of the headphones
is set to ON, the POWER indicator lights
up in red.
5 VOL control dial 17
To adjust the volume level from 0 to 10.
Battery life
Size AAA dry battery (1) is supplied with the
headphone.
Battery
Approx. hours*1
Sony alkaline battery
LR03/AM-4 (N)
60 hours*2
Sony manganese battery
R03/UM-4 (NU)
28 hours*2
2
Insert the size AAA dry battery into the
battery compartment matching 3
terminal on the battery to 3 on the
compartment.
AAA dry
battery
3
Close the lid (Z OPEN).
Lid (Z OPEN)
*1 at 1 kHz, 1 mW+1 mW output
*2 Time stated above may vary, depending on the
temperature or conditions of use.
Notes on Battery
• Do not charge the dry battery.
• Do not carry the dry battery together with coins
or other metallic objects. It can generate heat if
the positive and negative terminals of the
battery are accidentally come into contact with
metallic objects.
• When you are not going to use the headphones
for a long time, remove the battery to avoid
damage from battery leakage or corrosion.
11
Operation for Monitor
Opening the display
monitor
OPEN
Adjusting the tilt and swivel
The display monitor can be adjusted within the
angles shown.
120˚
180˚
30˚
Tips
• Before closing the display monitor, make sure
that the monitor is turned and facing the
enclosure (you will hear a click).
• The monitor stores the input mode you set, even
if you turn off the monitor.
POWER
1
Press (OPEN) to open the display
monitor.
2
Press (POWER) to turn on the monitor.
Tip
If your car has no ACC (accessory) position on the
ignition key switch and you set the POWER SELECT
switch to the B position (for details, refer to the
installation/connections manual), be sure to press
(POWER) on the monitor to turn on the player and
the monitor.
Returning the display monitor to its
enclosure
Close the display monitor until it clicks. The
monitor turns off automatically.
Notes
• Be careful not to catch your finger in the display
monitor when closing.
• Do not put any foreign objects between the LCD
panel and the enclosure when closing.
12
When PAL Video is selected:
Selecting the input source
You can select the input source and color
system for the monitor. The color system
differs, depending on your country. You can
change the TV color system for the monitor.
VIDEO1
PAL
Tip
You also have to set the same TV color system for
the player as the one you set here for the monitor.
See “Selecting the TV color system — COLOR
SYSTEM” (page 29).
INPUT
1
POWER
Press (POWER).
The monitor is turned on.
Tip
If your car has no ACC (accessory) position on the
ignition key switch and you set the POWER SELECT
switch to the B position (for details, refer to the
installation/connections manual), be sure to press
(POWER) on the monitor to turn on the player and
the monitor.
2
Press (INPUT) repeatedly to select
“VIDEO 4.”
Each time you press (INPUT), the indication
changes in the following sequence:
VIDEO 1* c VIDEO 2* c VIDEO 3* c
VIDEO 4 c VIDEO 1*
* When connecting optional products, be sure
to select the proper input mode. For details,
refer to the connection diagram of
installation/connection manual.
3
Press M or m to select PAL or NTSC color
system.
Press either button while the source
indication “VIDEO 4” is displayed.
When NTSC Video is selected:
VIDEO1
NTSC
13
When “Brightness” is selected;
Changing the display
settings
You can adjust the display settings manually if
the display is hard to see from the position
where you are seated.
Brightness
32
Press Vv, or MENU.
Press m: to darken the picture.
Press M: to brighten the contrast.
When “Color” is selected;
Color
32
Press Vv, or MENU.
MENU
1
Press (MENU).
The “Picture” screen appears.
The setting value of the item
selected appears in this area.
Press m: to decrease color intensity.
Press M: to increase color intensity.
When “Hue”*1 is selected;
CTR
Hue
Picture
32
Press Vv, or MENU.
Each time you press (MENU), the setting
screen changes in the following sequence:
Picture c Brightness c Color c Hue*1 c
Dimmer c Video Adjust c Mode c
Blue Back c Menu OFF
*1 “Hue” appears only when the NTSC color system
is selected as the input source (page 13).
2
Press M or m to adjust to the desired
setting.
Press Vv, or MENU.
Press m: to decrease the saturation.
Press M: to increase the saturation.
*1 “Hue” is adjustable only when the NTSC color
system is selected.
*2 “CTR” appears only when
is in the center of
the bar.
When “Dimmer” is selected;
Press m or M to select “On.”
The brightness of the screen will be
adjusted automatically.
When “Picture” is selected;
Dimmer;
On
Press Vv, or MENU.
Picture
32
Press Vv, or MENU.
14
Press m: to decrease the contrast.
Press M: to increase the contrast.
*2
When “Video Adjust” is selected;
Press m or M to select “Reset.”
“Picture,” “Brightness,” “Color,”
“Hue,” and “Dimmer” settings will be
reset to the factory preset level.
Video
Adjust;
Reset
Press Vv, or MENU.
When “Blue Back” is selected;
Press m or M to select “On.”
The blue background screen appears when
no signal, or a weak signal is received.
When a continuously weak video signal is
received, the blue background may flicker.
If this occurs, set to off.
• “Zoom”
An image with an
aspect ratio of 4 to
3 enlarged to the
left and right
edges of the
screen, with the
overflowing parts
(top and bottom)
cut off to fill the
screen.
• “Widezoom”
An image with an
aspect ratio of 4 to
3, with only the
left and right
sides of the image
being enlarged to
fill the screen.
Zoom
Wide
Blue Back; On
Press Vv, or MENU.
When “Mode” is selected;
“Normal,” “Full,” “Zoom,” or “Widezoom”
can be set as the screen mode.
Mode;
Zoom
Press Vv, or MENU.
• “Normal”
An image with an
aspect ratio of 4 to
3 (regular image).
Normal
• “Full”
An image with an
aspect ratio of 4 to
3 enlarged to the
left and right
edges of the
screen.
Full
15
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the volume of the wired
headphones (optional) and the connected
equipment with the supplied card remote
commander.
Press (VOL) (+) or (VOL) (–) on the card
remote commander.
Connecting the wired headphones
(optional)
For the wired headphones, there are two
output jacks (mini phono plug) on the
connection box XA-115. To adjust the volume
of the wired headphones, press (VOL) (+) or
(VOL) (–) on the card remote commander.
Using the supplied cordless
headphones MDR-IF0140.
See “Use of Headphones” (page 17).
Notes
• The volume of the cordless headphones cannot
be adjusted with the supplied card remote
commander. Use the volume control on the
cordless headphones.
• For your safety, do not use the headphones while
driving your car.
• Do not leave the headphones in a place subject
to direct sunlight, or in a high temperature.
• If the cordless headphones are used while
exposed to direct sunlight, sensitivity of the
infrared receptor may deteriorate, and inferior
quality sound may result.
16
Use of Headphones
Listening with the
headphones
Before listening
• The transmitter for the cordless headphones
is on the monitor. See the location of controls
for the monitor (page 8).
• To prevent your ears from being damaged,
first lower the volume.
1
Turn on the monitor and the player.
2
Set the power switch to ON on the right
housing of the headphone.
The headphones turn on and the POWER
indicator glows red.
Sound is automatically attenuated
if noise increases
— Attenuate function
If the infrared rays are obstructed, or the
headphones are used outside their effective
range, noise will increase and sound will
become hard to hear. To avoid potential ear
damage as a result of noise, this function
attenuates any sound in the headphones.
Sound is automatically restored when you
move nearer to the transmitter or remove the
obstruction.
After listening
Take off the headphones, and then turn off the
power (Noise may occur if you turn off the
monitor before taking off the headphones).
Power (ON/OFF)
switch
POWER indicator
3
Put on the headphones.
Be sure to put the right housing (R) on your
right ear and the left housing (L) on your
left ear.
4
Start playback on the monitor and the
player.
5
Turn the VOL control dial to adjust the
volume.
If the infrared sensors of the headphones
are covered by your hands when adjusting
the volume, the attenuate function will be
activated and volume cannot be adjusted.
To adjust the volume, move nearer toward
the transmitter of the monitor, or orient the
infrared emitters on the left housing
towards the transmitter of the monitor.
VOL control dial
17
Searching a chapter/title/track
directly
Various Playback
1
During playback or pause, press
(SEARCH) to display search screen.
•DVD
Each time you press (SEARCH), the
search screen toggles between Title and
Chapter.
•Video CD (only when PBC is off)/Audio
CD
The track search screen appears.
2
Press the number buttons to enter the
desired chapter/title/track number.
x
3
Press (ENTER).
u
Note
You cannot set “0.”
This chapter describes various functions for
playback.
DISPLAY
POWER
POWER
SEARCH
Number
buttons
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SEARCH
CLEAR
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
MENU
ANGLE
ENTER
M/m
</,
AUDIO
SETUP
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
MONITOR
POWER
Resume playback
1
During playback, press x to stop.
The player memorizes the point where
playback is stopped.
•DVD/Video CD/Audio CD
“PRESS PLAY TO CONTINUE” flashes on
the screen.
2
Press u to start playback.
When resume playback is activated,
playback starts from the point where
playback is stopped. When resume
playback is deactivated, playback starts
from the beginning.
•MP3
When resume playback is activated,
playback starts from the beginning of the
MP3 file (track) during which you
stopped playback.
Playing a disc
1
Open the front panel of the player.
2
Insert the disc (labeled side up or the
surface you want to play down if the
disc is a DVD) into the player.
If a disc is already inserted, press u to start
playback.
Note
Even when the player is turned off, you can eject a
disc from the player, though you cannot insert a
disc.
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Notes
• To deactivate the resume function, press x again
while playback is stopped or eject the disc from
the player.
• The player stores the point where you stopped
playback for the disc currently in the player.
• The resume function will be deactivated:
— when the disc is ejected.
• If the resume function is activated during fast/
slow forward or fast/slow reverse playback,
normal playback starts when you press u.
Turning off the player and
the monitor
There are 3 ways to turn off the player and the
monitor.
— Press (POWER) on the monitor.
— Press (MONITOR POWER) on the card
remote commander
— Close the display monitor until it
clicks.
MP3 file playback with the
menu display
If you have set “SMART NAV” to “WITH
MENU” (page 33) and play a CD containing
MP3 files, the menu display for folder names
and MP3 file names will appear. You can
easily search the desired MP3 file with the
“SMART NAV” menu display.
1
If you set the POWER SELECT switch to B
(the setting without ACC position) for your
car
There are 3 ways to turn off the player and the
monitor:
— After turning off the ignition, be sure to
press (POWER) on the monitor.
— After turning off the ignition,
(MONITOR POWER) on the card remote
commander.
— After turning off the ignition, just close the
display panel until it clicks.
Insert a CD containing MP3 files in this
player.
The “SMART NAV” menu display appears.
SMART NAVI
ROOT
2
ROOT
0
FOLDER 1
1
FOLDER 2
2
FOLDER 3
3
Press the number buttons to select the
desired folder.
M/,/m/< buttons are also available to
select the desired folder.
If you select the folder 1, the MP3 file
names in the folder 1 appear.
SMART NAVI
3
ROOT
__
0
FOLDER 1
SCHUBERT
1
FOLDER 2
BACH
2
FOLDER 3
MOZART
3
CHOPIN
4
BRAHMS
5
Press the number buttons to select the
desired MP3 file.
M/,/m/< buttons are also available to
select the desired MP3 file.
Playback starts.
To turn off the menu display for MP3 files, set
“SMART NAV” to “NO MENU” (page 33).
Note
To deactivate the resume function, press x again
while playback is stopped or eject the disc from
the player.
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Displaying running time
You can display the running time of DVDs,
Video CDs and Audio CDs.
DISPLAY
POWER
DISPLAY
• Video CD (when PBC is set to OFF)/CD
1 Press (DISPLAY) while the running
time is displayed.
2 Each time you press (DISPLAY), the
display changes as follows:
SINGLE ELAPSED
00:00:12
SINGLE REMAIN
00:04:45
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
MENU
TOTAL ELAPSED
00:06:32
TOTAL REMAIN
00:41:15
ANGLE
OFF
ENTER
AUDIO
SETUP
To exit the display for running time, press
(DISPLAY) repeatedly to select “OFF.”
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
During playback, press (DISPLAY).
The running time is displayed at the upper
left.
• DVD
1 Press (DISPLAY) while the running
time is displayed.
2 Each time you press (DISPLAY), the
display changes as follows:
TITLE 01/01 CHAPTER 02/05
00:24:50
Dolby D*
TITLE REMAIN
Dolby D*
01:25:41
CHAPTER ELAPSED
Dolby D*
00:01:48
CHAPTER REMAIN
Dolby D*
00:03:26
OFF
* The format of the sound source (Dolby D,
DTS, or LPCM) may appear.
To exit the display for running time, press
(DISPLAY) repeatedly to select “OFF.”
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Changing the subtitle
language
Some DVDs have recorded subtitles in one or
more languages. You can turn the subtitles on
or off, or change the subtitle language on such
DVDs.
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Using a DVD menu
With some DVDs you can use the original
menu such as Title menu and DVD menu. You
can play your favorite scene or song by
selecting titles of songs and scenes during a
DVD playback. You can select an item, subtitle
language, audio language etc. by selecting a
DVD menu. The contents of title menus and
DVD menus differ, depending on the DVD.
There may be some DVDs which have no
recorded menus.
CLEAR
TOP MENU
DISPLAY
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
MENU
POWER
0
AUDIO
SETUP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
ANGLE
ENTER
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
TOP MENU
MENU
ANGLE
MENU
ENTER
ENTER
AUDIO
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
SETUP
M/m
</,
Press (SUBTITLE), during playback.
The subtitle language is displayed at the
upper left.
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
Example: a subtitle language display
SUBTITLE
02/32 : ENGLISH
Each time you press (SUBTITLE), the
language switches within the list of subtitle
languages recorded on the disc.
When the display for the language code
appears, input the language code
corresponding to the desired language
(page 46).
Notes
• You can also change the subtitle languages by
changing Setup*. See “Displaying the subtitles
for DVD — SUBTITLE” (page 30).
* You can change to a specific subtitle language
using a setup menu, only if the language is
included in both the disc and the setup screen.
• If you want to hide the subtitles, press
(SUBTITLE) repeatedly to select “OFF.”
• This function varies or may not work, depending
on the DVD.
Using the TOP MENU button
Some DVDs have a title menu. From the title
menu you can select a title for playback. Titles
are the longest sections of a picture or music
feature on a DVD, e.g., a movie, or an album
for audio software, etc. The TOP MENU
button is available to display the initial menu
screen.
1
During DVD playback, press (TOP MENU).
The top menu (titles) is displayed.
* The contents of the top menu differ,
depending on the DVD.
2
Press M/,/m/< to select the desired
title.
3
Press (ENTER).
The title you selected starts to play.
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Using the MENU button
Some DVDs have more comprehensive Menu
that includes such things as the audio
languages, subtitle languages, titles, and
chapters, etc.
1
2
3
During a DVD playback, press (MENU).
The DVD menu is displayed.
Changing the audio
language
Some DVDs have multiple audio languages
you can choose from.
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
Press M/,/m/< to select the desired
item.
Press (ENTER)*1 .
*1 If additional selection screens appear, repeat
step 2 and 3.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
MENU
ANGLE
ENTER
AUDIO
Notes
• Some DVDs do not have a DVD menu and on
some DVDs, the contents of the DVD menu and
title menu are the same.
• On some DVDs, “DVD Menu” may be expressed
as “MENU.”
• Some DVDs, “Press ENTER” may be expressed as
“Press SELECT” in step 3.
• The contents of the DVD menu differ, depending
on the DVD.
• Read the instruction manual supplied with a
DVD.
AUDIO
SETUP
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
During playback, press (AUDIO)
repeatedly to select the desired audio
language.
The current audio language is displayed at
the upper left.
Example: an audio language display
AUDIO 1/2: Dolby D 5.1 ENGLISH
The format of the sound source
(Dolby D, DTS, or LPCM) may appear.
When the display for the language code
appears, input the language code
corresponding to the desired language
(page 46). When the same language is
displayed two or more times, the DVD is
recorded in multiple audio format.
Notes
• You can switch the audio language only if
multiple audio languages are recorded on the
DVD.
• You can also change the audio languages by
using the DVD menu (page 21) or the setup
screen* (page 29).
* You can change to a specific audio language
using a setup screen, only if the language is
included in both the disc and the setup screen.
• This function varies or may not work, depending
on the DVD.
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Changing angles
Changing the audio output
Some DVDs have multiple alternative angles
recorded for certain scenes. If you have set
“ANGLE MARK” to “ON” (page 26), a notice
appears for 3 seconds at the scene. If “ANGLE
MARK” is not set to “ON,” the notice does not
appear at the scene.
You can select the desired audio output from
“STEREO,” “L-MONO,” “R-MONO,” or “MIXMONO”during Video CD or Audio CD
playback.
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
DISPLAY
POWER
1
2
3
SEARCH
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
TOP MENU
TOP MENU
0
0
SUBTITLE
MENU
ANGLE
ENTER
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MENU
AUDIO
ANGLE
ANGLE
ENTER
SETUP
AUDIO
SETUP
VOL
VOL
INPUT
2
During playback of a DVD having
multiple alternative angles recorded,
press (ANGLE)when a notice appears.
The number of the currently selected angle
is displayed at the upper right.
Press (ANGLE) repeatedly to select your
favorite angle number, while the angle
number is displayed.
Each time you press (ANGLE), the angle
number switches.
3 / 5
MONITOR
POWER
MONITOR
POWER
1
1
INPUT
During playback, press (AUDIO).
The current output is displayed at the
upper left.
Example: an audio output display
L-MONO
2
Press (AUDIO) to select the desired
output from “STEREO,” “L-MONO,” “RMONO,” or “MIX-MONO” while the
output is displayed.
Each time you press(AUDIO), the output
switches.
The angle number you
have currently
selected/the total
number of multiple
alternative angles
Notes
• You can switch the angle only if multiple angles
are recorded on the DVD.
• The total number of recorded angles differs
depending on the DVD and scene.
• You can only switch the angle during normal
playback. You cannot switch the angle during
fast forward/rewind playback.
• When the selected scene with multi angles
appears, the angle is automatically switched to
the angle number you selected in step 2.
• This function varies or may not work, depending
on the DVD.
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Using the PBC (playback
control) function
During playback of a PBC compatible Video
CD, you can display the PBC menu and select
the item from the menu.
DISPLAY
POWER
SEARCH
Number
buttons
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CLEAR
TOP MENU
0
SUBTITLE
TOP MENU
MENU
ANGLE
ENTER
AUDIO
O
SETUP
./>
u
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
1
Insert a Video CD, then press
(TOP MENU) repeatedly to select “PBC
ON.”
Depending on the Video CD, the PBC menu
may be displayed automatically after
inserting a Video CD.
Each time you press (TOP MENU), the PBC
menu function turns on or off.
2
Press u.
The PBC menu is displayed.
3
While the PBC menu screen is displayed;
— press the number buttons to select the
number of the desired item.
— press ./> to go to the previous/
next page.
Button functions vary or may not work,
depending on the Video CD.
Notes
• To display the PBC menu during playback of a
Video CD, press (TOP MENU) repeatedly to select
“PBC ON,” then press u.
• During playback of a Video CD with “PBC ON,”
press the number buttons or ./> to change
the item. The PBC menu is not displayed but the
item you selected starts to play.
• During playback of a Video CD with “PBC ON,”
press O to display the PBC menu.
• The PBC menus differ, depending on the Video
CD. Read the instruction manual supplied with
the Video CD.
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Note
To play images at full size, set your monitor “Full ”
or to the corresponding mode. For details, read
the operating instructions supplied with your
monitor.
Changing Setup
You can set up and adjust this player using the
on-screen setup menu. Most settings need to
be set when you first use this player.
DISPLAY
1
POWER
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
“PREFERENCES” is only available when
playback is stopped.
SETUP MENU -- MAIN PAGE
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GENERAL SETUP
CLEAR
TOP MENU
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
0
PREFERENCES
SUBTITLE
MENU
ANGLE
ENTER
EXIT SETUP
ENTER
M/m
</,
AUDIO
SETUP
SETUP
GENERAL SETUP
VOL
INPUT
MONITOR
POWER
Changing the aspect ratio
of screen — TV DISPLAY
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“GENERAL SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “TV
DISPLAY,” then press ,.
-- GENERAL PAGE - -
A monitor has two types of aspect ratio: the
normal type with a 4:3 horizontal-to-vertical
screen ratio, and a wide type with a 16:9 ratio.
Some DVDs also have multiple types of aspect
ratio as follows:
4:3 PS: Pan Scan
If you play a 16:9wide-image DVD on a
normal monitor
connected with this
player, the images are
cropped at the left and
right.
4:3 LB: Letter Box
If you play a 16:9wide-image DVD on a
normal monitor
connected with this
player, the images are
compressed vertically.
16:9 wide: Wide Screen
If you play a 16:9wide-image DVD on a
wide monitor
connected with this
player, the images are
played at full size.
TV DISPLAY
4:3 PS
ANGLE MARK
4:3 LB
CAPTIONS
16:9 WIDE
SCR SAVER
MAIN PAGE
NORMAL TV PAN SCAN
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “4:3 PS,” “4:3 LB,” or
“16:9 WIDE.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“SET TO WIDE” is displayed at the lower
left on the monitor, for example if you
select “16:9 WIDE” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Notes
• To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/
< repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
• Regardless of setting to “4:3 PS” or “4:3 LB,”
either of setting may be automatically activated,
depending on the DVD.
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Displaying the multi-angle
notice — ANGLE MARK
If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene are
recorded on the DVD and you have set the
“ANGLE MARK” to “ON,” a notice appears at
the scene.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“GENERAL SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “ANGLE
MARK,” then press ,.
Displaying captions for
viewers with hearing
difficulties — CAPTIONS
Captions are the words displayed on the
monitor that describe the audio or sound
portion of a DVD. Captions allow viewers with
hearing difficulties to follow the dialog and the
action of a scene simultaneously. This function
is only available when a DVD containing
captions is played.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“GENERAL SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“CAPTIONS,” then press ,.
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select “ON.”
5
Press (ENTER).
-- GENERAL PAGE - TV DISPLAY
ANGLE MARK
ON
CAPTIONS
OFF
SCR SAVER
MAIN PAGE
-- GENERAL PAGE - TURN ANGLE MARK ON
TV DISPLAY
4
5
Press M or m repeatedly to select “ON.”
Press (ENTER).
“ANGLE MARK ON” is displayed at the
lower left on the monitor.
To turn off the multi-angle notice, select “OFF”
in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
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ANGLE MARK
CAPTIONS
ON
SCR SAVER
OFF
MAIN PAGE
CLOSED CAPTION NOW ON
To turn off the captions, select “OFF” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
Setting the screen saver
— SCR SAVER
If you set the “SCR SAVER” setting to “ON,”
the screen saver image appears when you
leave the player in pause or stop mode for
more than 15 minutes. The screen saver will
help prevent the monitor from becoming
damaged.
1
Selecting the speaker
mode — SPEAKER SETUP
You can select the speaker mode setting from
“LT-RT” or “STEREO.” The downmix function is used to create stereo (2-channel) signals
from more than 5 separated digital signals of a
source.
LT-RT: theater downmix mode.
STEREO: stereo downmix mode.
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“GENERAL SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“SPEAKER SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “SCR
SAVER,” then press ,.
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“DOWNMIX,” then press ,.
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select “ON.”
5
Press (ENTER).
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAGE - DOWNMIX
STEREO
LT/RT
MAIN PAGE
-- GENERAL PAGE - TV DISPLAY
ANGLE MARK
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
ON
OFF
SET LT/RT DOWNMIX
MAIN PAGE
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “LT/RT” or “STEREO.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“LT/RT DOWNMIX” is displayed at the
lower left on the monitor, for example if
you select “LT/RT” in step 4.
SCREEN SAVER NOW ON
To turn off the screen saver setting, select
“OFF” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
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Selecting the audio output
mode — AUDIO OUT
Selecting the compression
setting for the sound
You can select the audio output setting from
“SPDIF/RAW” or “SPDIF/PCM.”
SPDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) is a
standard of audio transfer file format. SPDIF
allows the transfer of audio, however, signal
quality may be degraded.
SPDIF/RAW: outputs the original audio data in
SPDIF format.
SPDIF/PCM: outputs the sampling of the
original audio data in SPDIF
format.
— DYNAMIC
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select “AUDIO
SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “AUDIO
OUT,” then press ,.
You can select the compression setting for the
sound. If you set the DYNAMIC setting to
“OFF” and watch an exciting movie, you can
enjoy dynamic sound to its best effect.
However, for example, if the sound is too
dynamic and loud to hear low level sound
such as human voices, try adjusting the
dynamic range.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select “AUDIO
SETUP,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“DYNAMIC,” then press ,.
-- AUDIO SETUP - -
-- AUDIO SETUP - AUDIO OUT
SPDIF/RAW
AUDIO OUT
DYNAMIC
SPDIF/PCM
DYNAMIC
FULL
HIGH
MAIN PAGE
MAIN PAGE
MID
LOW
OFF
FULL DYNAMIC RNG COMPRESSION
RAW DATA VIA SPDIF
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “SPDIF/RAW” or
“SPDIF/PCM.”
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “FULL,” “HIGH,” “MID”
or “LOW.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“SPDIF/RAW OUTPUT” is displayed at
the lower left on the screen, for example if
you select “SPDIF/RAW” in step 4.
5
Press (ENTER).
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
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To turn off the dynamic range of sound
volume, select “OFF” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
Selecting the TV color
system — COLOR SYSTEM
Selecting the audio
language for DVD
— AUDIO
The color system differs, depending on your
country. You can change the TV color system
for the monitor.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “COLOR
SYSTEM,” then press ,.
Some DVDs have multiple audio languages
you can select from.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“AUDIO,” then press ,.
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - -
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - COLOR SYSTEM
NTSC
COLOR SYSTEM
AUDIO
PAL
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
FRENCH
DISC MENU
DISC MENU
SPANISH
PARENTAL
PARENTAL
JAPANESE
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
OTHERS
DEFAULTS
DEFAULTS
SMART NAVI
SMART NAVI
SET PREFERENCE TO ENGLISH
NTSC TV
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “NTSC” or “PAL.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“SET TO NTSC” is displayed at the lower
left on the screen, for example if you select
“NTSC” in step 4 .
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Notes
• To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/
< repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
• If your connected monitor is not PAL compatible,
do not set “COLOR SYSTEM” to “PAL,” as your
monitor will not display, and operations will not
be possible.
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “ENGLISH,” “FRENCH,”
“SPANISH,” “JAPANESE.”
If you select “OTHERS,” select and enter a
language code from “Language Code List”
(page 46).
5
Press (ENTER).
“PREFERENCE SET TO ENGLISH” is
displayed at the lower left on the screen, for
example if you select “ENGLISH” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Notes
• To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/
< repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
• Regardless of setting to the desired language,
other language may be automatically activated,
depending on the DVD.
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Displaying the subtitles
for DVD — SUBTITLE
Selecting the DVD menu
language — DISC MENU
If subtitles are recorded on the discs, you can
change the subtitles or turn the subtitles on
and off when playback is stopped or the disc is
ejected.
You can select the display language for the
DVD menu.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“SUBTITLE,” then press ,.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select “DISC
MENU,” then press ,.
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - -
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - COLOR SYSTEM
AUDIO
COLOR SYSTEM
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
DISC MENU
ENGLISH
DISC MENU
FRENCH
PARENTAL
FRENCH
PARENTAL
SPANISH
PASSWORD
SPANISH
PASSWORD
JAPANESE
DEFAULTS
JAPANESE
DEFAULTS
OTHERS
SMART NAVI
OTHERS
SMART NAVI
OFF
SET PREFERENCE TO ENGLISH
SET PREFERENCE TO ENGLISH
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “ENGLISH,” “FRENCH,”
“SPANISH,” “JAPANESE.”
If you select “OTHERS,” select and enter a
language code from “Language Code List”
(page 46).
5
Press (ENTER).
“PREFERENCE SET TO ENGLISH” is
displayed at the lower left on the screen, for
example if you select “ENGLISH” in step 4.
To turn off the subtitle select “OFF” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Notes
• To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/
< repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
• Regardless of setting to the desired language,
other language may be automatically activated,
depending on the DVD.
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4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “ENGLISH,” “FRENCH,”
“SPANISH,” or “JAPANESE.”
If you select “OTHERS,” select and enter a
language code from “Language Code List”
(page 46).
5
Press (ENTER).
“PREFERENCE SET TO ENGLISH” is
displayed at the lower left on the screen, for
example if you select “ENGLISH” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Notes
• To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/
< repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
• Regardless of setting to the desired language,
other language may be automatically activated,
depending on the DVD.
Preparing for the initial
parental setting
Playback of some DVDs can be limited
according to a predetermined level, such as the
age of the viewer. The Parental control
function allows you to set a playback
limitation level. When you use the unit for the
first time, set a password and parental level as
described below.
Setting the password
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PASSWORD,” then press ,.
7
Press the number buttons to enter your
password* (the same 4-digit number in
step 6) again at “CONFIRM PWD.”
* If you enter a wrong number, press (ENTER).
All the numbers are cleared.
8
Press (ENTER).
Selecting the desired parental
setting — PARENTAL
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PARENTAL,” then press ,.
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - -
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - COLOR SYSTEM
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC MENU
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
CHANGE
DEFAULTS
SMART NAVI
CHANGE PASSWORD
4
CONFIRM PWD.
2
SUBTITLE
3 PG
DISC MENU
4 PG 13
PARENTAL
5
PASSWORD
6R
DEFAULTS
7 NC-17
SMART NAVI
8
4
Press M or m repeatedly to select the
desired item from “1 G,” “2,” “3 PG,” “4
PG-13,” “5,” “6 PG-R,” “7 NC-17,” “8,” or
“OFF.”
5
Press (ENTER).
The screen for password appears.
6
Press the number buttons to enter your
4-digit password number.
The parental setting is completed.
OLD PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD
1G
AUDIO
SET TO G
Press (ENTER).
The setup screen for setting your password
is displayed.
PASSWORD CHANGE PAGE
COLOR SYSTEM
Note
If you forget your registered 4-digit password
number, press 5370.
PLEASE ENTER OLD PASSWORD
5
Press the number buttons to enter 5370
at “OLD PASSWORD.”
6
Press the number buttons to enter your
desired 4-digit number at “NEW
PASSWORD.”
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Refer to the following table. Parental levels of
the table are on the MPAA (Motion Picture
Association of America) rating system. If you
set this player to level “4” for example, DVDs
with levels “5,” “6,” and “7” cannot be played.
This Unit
MPAA Rating System
“OFF*”
“8”
“7”
“NC-17”: No one 17 and
under admitted
“6”
“R”: Restricted
“5”
“—”:
“4”
“PG-13”: Parents strongly
cautioned
Changing your password
— PASSWORD
You can change your password for parental
setting here. Follow the steps below.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PASSWORD,” then press ,.
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - COLOR SYSTEM
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC MENU
“3”
“PG”: Parental guidance
suggested
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
CHANGE
DEFAULTS
“2”
“—”:
“1”
“G”: General audience
* If you select level “OFF,” you can play all discs.
SMART NAVI
CHANGE PASSWORD
4
Press , to select “CHANGE,” and press
(ENTER).
5
Press the number buttons to enter your
old password, new password, then new
password again to confirm it.
PASSWORD CHANGE PAGE
OLD PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD
CONFIRM PWD.
PLEASE ENTER OLD PASSWORD
8
Press (ENTER).
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
If you forget your registered 4-digit password
number, press 5370.
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Returning this player to
the factory setting
Setting the menu display
for MP3 files
— DEFAULTS
— SMART NAV
You can return this player to the factory setting
except your password (page 31, 32) and
parental setting (page 31). Follow the steps
below.
If you have set “SMART NAV” to “WITH
MENU” and play a CD containing MP3 files,
the menu display for folder names and MP3
file names appear. You can easily search the
desired MP3 file with the “SMART NAV”
menu display.
1
2
3
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
1
Press (SETUP).
The main page for setup appears.
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
2
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“PREFERENCES,” then press (ENTER).
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“DEFAULTS,” then press ,.
3
Press M or m repeatedly to select
“SMART NAV,” then press ,.
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - -
-- PREFERENCES PAGE - -
COLOR SYSTEM
AUDIO
COLOR SYSTEM
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
DISC MENU
SUBTITLE
PARENTAL
DISC MENU
PASSWORD
DEFAULTS
PARENTAL
RESET
PASSWORD
SMART NAVI
DEFAULTS
NO MENU
SMART NAVI
WITH MENU
LOAD FACTORY SETTINGS
NO MENU
4
Press , to select “RESET.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“FACTORY SETTINGS LOADED” is
displayed at the lower left on the screen.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
4
Press , to select “WITH MENU.”
5
Press (ENTER).
“WITH MENU” is displayed at the lower
left on the screen.
To turn off the menu display for MP3 files,
select “NO MENU” in step 4.
To return to normal play screen, press
(SETUP) anytime.
Note
To return to the main page for setup, press M/m/<
repeatedly to select “MAIN PAGE,” then press
(ENTER).
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Additional
Information
Maintenance
Replacing the lithium battery of
the card remote commander
When the battery becomes weak, the range of
the card remote commander becomes shorter.
Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium
battery. Use of any other battery may present a
risk of fire or explosion.
Fuse replacement
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one
matching the amperage rating stated on the
original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the
power connection and replace the fuse. If the
fuse blows again after replacement, there may
be an internal malfunction. In such a case,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
x
1
2
+ side up
x
Notes on lithium battery
Warning
Never use a fuse with an amperage rating
exceeding the one supplied with the unit as
this could damage the unit.
•Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of
children. Should the battery be swallowed,
immediately consult a doctor.
•Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure
good contact.
•Be sure to observe the correct polarity when
installing the battery.
•Do not hold the battery with metallic
tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may
occur.
WARNING
Battery may explode if mistreated.
Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of
in fire.
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Replacing the ear pads
The ear pads are replaceable. If the ear pads
become dirty or worn out, replace them as
illustrated below.
The ear pad is not commercially available. You
can order replacements from the store where
you purchased this system, or at your nearest
Sony dealer.
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Caring for others
Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will
allow you to hear outside sounds and to be
considerate to the people around you.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning the headphones that are not
covered in this manual, please consult nearest
Sony dealer.
Remove the old ear pad by pulling it off.
Ear pad
2
Place the new ear pad around the
housing.
Precautions
•When the headphones are not to be used for
a long period of time, remove the battery to
avoid damage caused by battery leakage and
subsequent corrosion.
•Do not leave the cordless stereo headphones
in a location subject to direct sunlight, heat or
moisture (It is recommended to use the
headphones at a temperature of between 5 ˚C
and 35 ˚C (41 ˚F and 95 ˚F).)
•Do not drop, hit or otherwise subject
headphones to strong shocks of any kind.
This could damage the product.
Notes on headphones preventing hearing
damage
Avoid using headphones at high volume.
Hearing experts advise against continuous,
loud and extended play. If you experience a
ringing in your ears, lower the volume or
discontinue use.
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About discs the player can
play
This player can play 12 cm (4 7/10 in) disc only.
•DVD
•Video CD
•Audio CD
•CD-R/CD-RW
Disc type
Label on the disc
Region code of DVDs this player
can play
This player has a region code printed on the
rear of the player and will only play DVDs that
are labeled with identical region codes. DVDs
labeled
will also be played on this player. If
you try to play any other DVD, the message
“WRONG REGION” will appear on the screen.
Depending on the DVD, the region code
indication may not appear even if the DVD is
prohibited by area restrictions.
ALL
MODEL NO.
DVD PLAYER
DC:12
DVD Videos
Video CDs
Audio CDs
MP3 files
Notes on CD-Rs (recordable CDs)/
CD-RWs (rewritable CDs)
•Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the
equipment used for its recording or the
condition of the disc) may not play on this
unit.
•You cannot play a CD-R/CD-RW that is not
finalized*.
•You can play MP3 files recorded on CDROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs.
* A process necessary for a recorded CD-R/CD-RW
disc to be played on the audio CD player. Notes
on CD-Rs (recordable CDs)/CD-RWs (rewritable
CDs)
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NTSC
X
Region
code
Cautions
• This player CANNOT play these discs.
— DVD-Audio — DVD-RAM
— DVD-ROM — DVD-RW
— DVD-R
— Active-Audio (Data)
— Photo-CD — VSD
— CD-Extra (Data)
— Mixed CD (Data)
— CD-ROM
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims of
certain U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this
copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
This player conforms to Ver. 1.1 and Ver. 2.0 of
Video CD standards. You can enjoy two kinds
of playback according to the disc type.
Disc type
DVD structure
Disc
You can
Video CDs without Video playback (moving
pictures) as well as music.
PBC functions
(Ver. 1.1 discs)
Video CDs with
PBC functions
(Ver. 2.0 discs)
Terms for discs
• Interactive software
with menu screens
displayed on the
monitor
(PBC Playback)
• Video playback
functions
• High-resolution still
pictures if they are
included on the disc.
Note on DTS-encoded CDs
When playing DTS*-encoded CDs, excessive
noise will be heard from the analog stereo
outputs. To avoid possible damage to the
audio system, the consumer should take
proper precautions when the analogue stereo
outputs of this player is connected to an
amplification system. To enjoy DTS Digital
Surround™ playback, an external 5.1-channel
DTS Digital Surround™ decoder system must
be connected to the digital output of this
player.
* “DTS,” “DTS Digital Surround” and “DTS Digital
Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems,
Inc.
Title
Chapter
Video CD/Audio CD structure
Disc
Track
• Title
The longest section of a picture or music
feature on a DVD, e.g., a movie for video
software, or an album for audio software, etc.
• Chapter
Sections of a picture or a music feature that are
smaller than titles. A title is composed of
several chapters. Each chapter is assigned a
chapter number enabling you to locate the
chapter you want. Depending on the disc,
chapters may not be recorded.
• Track
Sections of a picture or a music feature on a
Video CD/Audio CD. Each track is assigned
a track number enabling you to locate the
track you want.
• Scene
On a Video CD with PBC (playback control)
functions, the menu screens, moving pictures
and still pictures are divided into sections
called “scenes.” Each scene is assigned a scene
number enabling you to locate the scene you
want.
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Notes on discs
•To keep the disc clean, do not touch the
surface. Handle the disc by its edge.
•Keep your discs in their cases or disc
magazines when not in use. Do not subject
the discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid
leaving them in parked cars or on
dashboards/rear trays.
•Do not attach labels, or use discs with sticky
ink/residue. Such discs may stop spinning
when used, causing a malfunction, or may
ruin the disc.
•Do not use any discs with labels or stickers
attached.
The following malfunctions may result from
using such discs:
— Inability to eject a disc (due to a label or
sticker peeling off and jamming the eject
mechanism).
— Inability to read audio data correctly (e.g.,
playback skipping, or no playback) due to
heat shrinking of a sticker or label causing
a disc to warp.
•Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart,
square, star) cannot be played on this unit.
Attempting to do so may damage the unit.
Do not use such discs.
•You cannot play 8 cm (3 in.) CDs.
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•Before playing, clean the discs with a
commercially available cleaning cloth. Wipe
each disc from the center out. Do not use
solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners, or antistatic
spray intended for analog discs.
The playback order of the MP3 files
About MP3 files
MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3) is a standard
technology and format for compressing a
sound sequence. The file is compressed to
about 1/10 of its original size. Sounds outside
the range of human hearing are compressed
while the sounds we can hear are not
compressed.
The playback order of the folders and files is as
follows:
Folder
(album)
1
1
MP3 file
(track)
2
2
Recommended MP3 file format
Sampling frequency
(Hz)
32k, 44.1k, 48k
Bitrate (bps)
32k to 256k
3
3
4
5
Notes on discs
You can play MP3 files recorded on CD-ROMs,
CD-Rs, and CD-RWs.
The disc must be in the ISO 9660* level 1 or
level 2 format, or Joliet or Romeo in the
expansion format.
* ISO 9660 Format
The most common international standard
for the logical format of files and folders on
a CD-ROM.
There are several specification levels. In
Level 1, file names must be in the 8.3 format
(no more than 8 characters in the name, no
more than 3 characters in the extension
“.MP3”) and in capital letters. Folder names
can be no longer than 8 characters. There can
be no more than 8 nested folder levels. Level
2 specifications allow file names up to 31
characters long.
Each folder can have up to 8 trees.
For Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format,
make sure of the contents of the writing
software, etc.
Notes
• With formats other than ISO 9660 level 1 and
level 2, folder names or file names may not be
displayed correctly.
• When naming, be sure to add the file extension
“.MP3” to the file name.
• If you put the extension “.MP3” to a file other
than MP3, the player cannot recognize the file
properly and will generate random noise that
could damage your speakers.
• The following discs take a longer time to start
playback.
— a disc recorded with complicated tree
structure.
— a disc to which data can be added.
• If you play a high-bit rate MP3 file such as 320
kbps, sound may be intermittent.
4
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
Tree 1
(root)
Tree 2
Tree 3
Tree 4
Tree 5
Tip
To specify a desired playback order, before the
folder or file name, input the order by number
(e.g., “01,” “02”), then record contents onto a disc
(The order differs depending on the writing
software).
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Specifications
Overhead Monitor XVM-R70
DVD player MV-101
Monitor
System
Laser
Signal format system
Semiconductor laser
NTSC
Audio characteristics
Frequency response
Signal to noise ratio
Hermonic distortion
Dynamic range
Wow and flutter
20 Hz to 20 kHz
90dB (A)
0.03 %
90dB
below measurable limits
(±0.001% W PEAK)
General
Outputs
Inputs
Power requirements
Dimensions
Mass
Operating temperature
Supplied accessories
Optional equipment
Audio output
Video output
Optical output
IR input
DV 12V input
12 V DC car battery
(negative ground)
Approx. 189 × 70 × 243 mm
(7 1/2 × 2 7/8 × 9 5/8 in)
(w/h/d)
Approx. 2.1 kg
(4 lb 11 oz)
0 ˚C to 45 ˚C
(32 ˚F to 113 ˚F)
Parts for installation and
connections (1 set)
Card remote commander
RM-X135
Operating Instructions (1 set)
Monitor
XVM-R70, XVM-H65
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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System
Display
Drive system
Picture size
Picture segment
Power requirements
Current drain
Dimensions
Operating temperature
Mass
Supplied accessories
Optional accessories
Liquid crystal color display
Manual flipdown panel
TFT-LCD active matrix
system
7 inches wide screen (16:9)
154 × 87 mm, 176 mm
(6 1/8 × 3 1/2 in, 7 in)
(w/h, d)
336,960 (w 1440 × h 234)
dots
12 V DC car battery
(negative ground)
Approx. 800 mA
230 × 57 × 270 mm
(9 1/8 × 2 3/8 × 10 3/4 in)
(w/h/d)
5 °C to 45 °C
(41 °F to 113 °F)
Approx. 1.5 Kg (3 lb 5 oz)
Connection box XA-115 (1)
Monitor cable (5 m) (1)
Power supply cord (1)
DC-DC cord (3 m) (1)
Mounting plate (1)
Screws (4)
Tapping Screws (4)
Headrest Monitor
XVM-H65
Game player
PS one
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Cordless Stereo headphone MDR-IF0140
Connection box XA-115
A/V Output
Output Impedance:
Output Level:
Video:
A/V Input × 3
Input Impedance:
Input Level:
Video:
DC output
Dimensions
Mass
less than 220 Ω
less than 100 pF
0 dBs ±3 dB
(0.775 V rms)
(Vol Max)
75 Ω 1Vp-p
more than 10 K Ω
less than 1000 pF
±1.3 dBs +0/–0.3 dB (0.775
V rms)
75 Ω 1 Vp-p
7.5 V (max 2 A)
150 × 42 × 80 mm
(6 × 11/16 × 3 1/4 in)
(w/h/d)
Approx. 260 g (9 oz)
General
Modulation system
Carrier frequency
Frequency modulation
Right 2.8 MHz
Left 2.3 MHz
Frequency response
Power source
Mass
18 – 22,000 Hz
DC 1.5 V (size AAA) dry
battery
Approx. 125 g (4.41 oz)
including battery
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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Troubleshooting
The following checklist will help you remedy
problems you may encounter with the products.
Before going through the checklist below,
check the connection and operating
procedures.
DVD player MV-101
General
This player does not turn on.
•Check the connections.
•If you find the connections in order, check
the fuse.
If the fuse is blown, replace it with a
correctly rated fuse.
t If the fuse blows again, consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
•Press (POWER) on the monitor to turn on.
•The player may be overheated.
t Make sure that the player and the
monitor are turned off. Wait until the
player and the monitor cool off, then
press (POWER) on the monitor to turn
on.
The contents of the memory have been
erased.
•The power cord or battery has been
disconnected.
•The power connecting cord is not
connected properly.
Stored settings are erased.
The fuse has blown.
Makes noise when the ignition key is in the
ON, ACC, or OFF position.
The leads are not matched correctly with the
car’s accessory power connector.
No power is being supplied to the unit.
•Check the connection. If everything is in
order, check the fuse.
•The car does not have an ACC position.
t press (POWER) on the monitor
The power is continuously supplied to the
unit.
The car does not have an ACC position.
t Press and hold (POWER) on the monitor.
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Disc playback
A disc cannot be loaded.
•Another disc is already loaded.
•The disc is forcibly inserted upside down
or in the wrong way.
MP3 files cannot be played back.
•Recording was not performed according to
the ISO 9660 level 1 or level 2 format, or
the Joliet or Romeo convention in the
expansion format.
•The file extension “.MP3” is not added to
the file name.
•Files are not stored in MP3 format.
MP3 files take longer to play back than
others.
The following discs take a longer time to
start playback.
— a disc recorded with a complicated tree
structure.
— a disc recorded in Multi Session.
— a disc to which data can be added.
The sound skips due to vibration.
•The player is installed at an angle of more
than 15°.
•The player is not installed in a sturdy part
of the car.
Playback functions such as pause are
deactivated
•The RESET button has been pressed.
•The disc is ejected.
The sound skips.
Dirty or defective disc.
Picture
There is no picture.
•Check that this unit is connected securely.
•The connecting cord to the monitor is
damaged. Replace it with a new one.
•Make sure the monitor is turned on.
•Make sure the video input is selected on
the monitor to view pictures from this unit.
Picture noise appears.
Clean the disc
Even though you set the aspect ratio by
changing the setup (page 25), the picture
will not fill the screen.
The aspect ratio is fixed on your DVD.
Operation
The remote commander does not function.
•Remove any obstacles between the remote
commander and this unit.
•Use the remote commander closer to the
remote control sensor.
•Point the light emitter of the commander at
the remote control sensor of the unit.
•Replace the battery in the remote if it is
weak.
The language for the sound track cannot be
changed when you play a DVD.
•Multilingual tracks are not recorded on the
DVD.
•Changing the language for the track is
prohibited on the DVD.
The subtitle language cannot be changed
when you play a DVD.
•Multilingual subtitles are not recorded on
the DVD.
•Changing the language for the subtitles is
prohibited on the DVD.
The subtitles cannot be turned off when
you play a DVD.
Depending on the DVD, you may not be
able to turn the subtitles off.
The angles cannot be changed when you
play a DVD.
•Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD.
•Change the angles at a scene recorded with
multiple angles (page 23).
•Changing the angles is prohibited on the
DVD.
This unit does not operate properly.
Static electricity, etc., may affect this unit’s
operation.
Press the RESET button.
The player does not play from the
beginning when playing a disc.
•Resume Playback may be activated.
t Press x again or eject the disc.
•Depending on the DVD, a TOP menu or a
DVD menu may automatically appear on
the monitor during playback.
t Select the desired menu (page 21, 22).
•Depending on the Video CD, the PBC
menu display automatically appears on the
monitor during playback.
t Select the desired menu (page 24).
Playback stops automatically.
The disc may contain an auto pause signal.
While playing such a disc, this player stops
playback at the signal.
You cannot perform certain functions, such
as Stop or Search Playback.
With some discs, you cannot activate these
functions.
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Overhead Monitor XVM-R70
General
No picture, no sound
•The power cord or battery has been
disconnected.
•The fuse has blown.
Good picture but no sound
Press the (VOL) (+) on the card remote
commander.
Dotted lines or stripes
This may be caused by local interference
such as a car engine or motorcycle. Adjust
the antennas for minimum interference.
No picture, or no sound when you connect
the optional equipment
Makes noise when the ignition key is in the
ON, ACC, or OFF position.
The cord has been disconnected. Connect
the cord securely.
No response when pressing the buttons on
the card remote commander
The battery may be exhausted.
Cordless Stereo headphones MDR-IF140
General
No sound/Muffled sound
•Turn on the transmitter first, and then put
on the headphones.
•Check the connection of the audio/video
equipment or the AC power adapter.
•Check that the audio/video equipment
connected to the transmitter is turned on.
•If the transmitter is connected to the
headphones jack, raise the volume of the
audio/video equipment connected to the
transmitter.
•The mute function is activated.
•Check if there is any object between the
transmitter and the headphones.
•Use the headphones near the transmitter.
•Change the position and angle of the
transmitter.
•The headphones’ power indicator light
dims, flashes or goes off.
•Replace dry battery with new one.
Distorted sound
•If the transmitter is connected to the
headphones jack, raise the volume of the
audio/video equipment connected to the
transmitter.
•The headphones’ power indicator light
dims, flashes or goes off.
•Replace dry battery with new one.
Loud background noise
•Move closer to the transmitter (As you
move away from the transmitter, more
noise is likely to be heard. This is inherent
in infrared ray communication and does
not mean that there is a problem with the
unit itself).
•Check that there is no object between the
transmitter and the headphones.
•Check that the infrared sensors are not
covered with your hands or hair.
•If you use the headphones by a window
where the sunlight is too strong, draw the
curtains/blinds to shut out the direct
sunlight, or use the headphones away
from the sunlight.
•Change the position or angle of the
transmitter.
•If the transmitter is connected to the
headphones jack, raise the volume of the
audio/video equipment connected to the
transmitter.
•The headphones’ power indicator light
dims, flashes or goes off.
•Replace dry battery with new one.
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Error display
Error displays
The following indications will be displayed for
about 8 seconds.
POWER OFF OVERHEAT
The player may be overheated.
t Allow the unit to cool off, then press
(POWER) on the monitor again.
WRONG REGION
The region code of the DVD currently in the
player does not conform to the player.
t Make sure the region code of the DVD
and the player (page 36).
The operation cannot be done.
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Language Code List
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
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Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
1027 Afar
1028 Abkhazian
1032 Afrikaans
1039 Amharic
1044 Arabic
1045 Assamese
1051 Aymara
1052 Azerbaijani
1053 Bashkir
1057 Byelorussian
1059 Bulgarian
1060 Bihari
1061 Bislama
1066 Bengali; Bangla
1067 Tibetan
1070 Breton
1079 Catalan
1093 Corsican
1097 Czech
1103 Welsh
1105 Danish
1109 German
1130 Bhutani
1142 Greek
1144 English
1145 Esperanto
1149 Spanish
1150 Estonian
1151 Basque
1157 Persian
1165 Finnish
1166 Fiji
1171 Faroese
1174 French
1181 Frisian
1183 Irish
1186 Scots Gaelic
1194 Galician
1196 Guarani
1203 Gujarati
1209 Hausa
1217 Hindi
1226 Croatian
1229 Hungarian
1233 Armenian
1235 Interlingua
1239 Interlingue
1245 Inupiak
1248 Indonesian
1253 Icelandic
1254 Italian
1257 Hebrew
1261 Japanese
1269 Yiddish
1283 Javanese
1287 Georgian
1297 Kazakh
1298 Greenlandic
1299 Cambodian
1300 Kannada
1301 Korean
1305 Kashmiri
1307 Kurdish
1311 Kirghiz
1313 Latin
1326 Lingala
1327 Laothian
1332 Lithuanian
1334 Latvian; Lettish
1345 Malagasy
1347 Maori
1507 Samoan
1349 Macedonian
1508 Shona
1350 Malayalam
1509 Somali
1352 Mongolian
1511 Albanian
1353 Moldavian
1512 Serbian
1356 Marathi
1513 Siswati
1357 Malay
1514 Sesotho
1358 Maltese
1515 Sundanese
1363 Burmese
1516 Swedish
1365 Nauru
1517 Swahili
1369 Nepali
1521 Tamil
1376 Dutch
1525 Telugu
1379 Norwegian
1527 Tajik
1393 Occitan
1528 Thai
1403 (Afan)Oromo
1529 Tigrinya
1408 Oriya
1531 Turkmen
1417 Punjabi
1532 Tagalog
1428 Polish
1534 Setswana
1435 Pashto; Pushto 1535 Tonga
1436 Portuguese
1538 Turkish
1463 Quechua
1539 Tsonga
1481 Rhaeto-Romance 1540 Tatar
1482 Kirundi
1543 Twi
1483 Romanian
1557 Ukrainian
1489 Russian
1564 Urdu
1491 Kinyarwanda
1572 Uzbek
1495 Sanskrit
1581 Vietnamese
1498 Sindhi
1587 Volapük
1501 Sangho
1613 Wolof
1502 Serbo-Croatian 1632 Xhosa
1503 Singhalese
1665 Yoruba
1505 Slovak
1684 Chinese
1506 Slovenian
1697 Zulu
Code Language
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