Sony DVP-NS9100ES User's Manual

Sony DVP-NS9100ES User's Manual
2-633-249-31(1)
CD/DVD
Player
Operating Instructions
DVP-NS9100ES
© 2005 Sony Corporation
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, do not expose
this apparatus to rain or
moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do
not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified
personnel only.
The mains lead must only be
changed at a qualified
service shop.
To prevent fire, do not cover the
ventilation of the apparatus with
news papers, table-cloths, curtains,
etc. And don’t place lighted
candles on the apparatus.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do
not place objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, on the
apparatus.
This appliance is classified as a
CLASS 1 LASER product. The
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
MARKING is located on the rear
exterior.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with
this product will increase eye
hazard. As the laser beam used in
this CD/DVD player is harmful to
eyes, do not attempt to disassemble
the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
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Notice for customers in the
United Kingdom and
Republic of Ireland
A moulded plug complying with
BS1363 is fitted to this equipment
for your safety and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug
supplied need to be replaced, a
same rating fuse approved by
ASTA or BSI to BS1362, (i.e.,
marked with
or
mark) must
be used.
If the plug supplied with this
equipment has a detachable fuse
cover, be sure to attach the fuse
cover after you change the fuse.
Never use the plug without the fuse
cover. If you should lose the fuse
cover, please contact your nearest
Sony service station.
Disposal of Old Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (Applicable
in the European Union and other
European countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on
its packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this
product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of
this product. The recycling of
materials will help to conserve
natural resources. For more
detailed information about
recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service
or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Notes About the
Discs
• To keep the disc clean,
handle the disc by its edge.
Do not touch the surface.
• Do not expose the disc to
direct sunlight or heat
sources such as hot air
ducts, or leave it in a car
parked in direct sunlight as
the temperature may rise
considerably inside the car.
• After playing, store the
disc in its case.
• Clean the disc with a
cleaning cloth.
Wipe the disc from the
centre out.
• Do not use solvents such as
benzine, thinner,
commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static
spray intended for vinyl
LPs.
• If you have printed the
disc’s label, dry the label
before playing.
Precautions
• When you move the player, take out any
discs. If you don’t, the disc may be
damaged.
On safety
On disconnecting the AC power cord
• Caution – The use of optical instruments
with this product will increase eye hazard.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
place objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, on the apparatus.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into
the cabinet, unplug the player and have it
checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
Since this player may read and store the disc
information at any time, always set the player
to standby mode before unplugging the AC
power cord to ensure that the data is stored
properly.
On power sources
• The player is not disconnected from the AC
power source (mains) as long as it is
connected to the wall outlet, even if the
player itself has been turned off.
• If you are not going to use the player for a
long time, be sure to disconnect the player
from the wall outlet. To disconnect the
mains lead, grasp the plug itself; never pull
the cord.
• Should the mains lead need to be changed,
have it done at a qualified service shop only.
On adjusting volume
Do not turn up the volume while listening to
a section with very low level inputs or no
audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be
damaged when a peak level section is played.
On cleaning
Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a
soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild
detergent solution. Do not use any type of
abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent
such as alcohol or benzine.
On cleaning discs
Do not use a commercially available cleaning
disc. It may cause a malfunction.
On placement
IMPORTANT NOTICE
• Place the player in a location with adequate
ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the
player.
• Do not place the player on a soft surface
such as a rug that might block the
ventilation holes.
• Do not place the player in a location near
heat sources, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, or mechanical
shock.
• Do not install the player in an inclined
position. It is designed to be operated in a
horizontal position only.
• Keep the player away from equipment with
strong magnets, such as microwave ovens,
or large loudspeakers.
• Do not place heavy objects on the player.
Caution: This player is capable of holding a
still video image or on-screen display image
on your television screen indefinitely. If
you leave the still video image or on-screen
display image displayed on your TV for an
extended period of time, you risk permanent
damage to your television screen. Plasma
Display Panel televisions and projection
televisions are especially susceptible to this.
On transporting the player
Before transporting the player, follow the
procedure below to return the internal
mechanisms to their original positions.
1
2
Remove the disc from the disc tray.
3
Wait for 10 seconds, then press ?/1 to
turn off the player.
The player enters standby mode.
4
Disconnect the mains lead.
On operation
• If the player is brought directly from a cold
to a warm location, or is placed in a very
damp room, moisture may condense on the
lenses inside the player. Should this occur,
the player may not operate properly. In this
case, remove the disc and leave the player
turned on for about half an hour until the
moisture evaporates.
Press A to close the disc tray.
Make sure that “NO DISC” appears on
the front panel display.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your player, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
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Table of Contents
WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Notes About the Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
This Player Can Play the Following Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Index to Parts and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Guide to the Control Menu Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Hookups
Hooking Up the Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 1: Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 2: Preparing the Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 3: Connecting the Video/HDMI Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 4: Connecting the Audio Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 5: Connecting the Mains Lead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 6: Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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15
15
17
20
32
32
Playing Discs
Playing Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resuming Playback From the Point Where You Stopped the Disc
(Multi-disc Resume) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the DVD’s Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting “ORIGINAL” or “PLAY LIST” on a DVD-RW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Playback Area for a Super Audio CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing VIDEO CDs With PBC Functions (PBC Playback) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Various Play Mode Functions (Programme Play, Shuffle Play,
Repeat Play, A-B Repeat Play) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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38
39
39
40
41
42
Searching for a Scene
Searching for a Particular Point on a Disc (Shuttle mode,
Jog mode, Freeze Frame) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Searching for a Title/Chapter/Track/Scene, etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Searching by Scene (PICTURE NAVIGATION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Viewing Information About the Disc
Checking the Playing Time and Remaining Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Sound Adjustments
Changing the Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Enjoying Movies
Changing the Angles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Displaying the Subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Adjusting the Playback Picture (VIDEO CONTROL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG Images
About MP3 Audio Tracks and JPEG Image Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Playing MP3 Audio Tracks or JPEG Image Files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Enjoying JPEG Images as a Slide Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Using Various Additional Functions
Labeling the Disc (Disc Memo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Locking Discs (CUSTOM PARENTAL CONTROL,
PARENTAL CONTROL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Controlling Your TV or AV Amplifier (Receiver) With
the Supplied Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Settings and Adjustments
Using the Setup Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Display or Sound Track Language (LANGUAGE SETUP) . . . . .
Settings for the Display (SCREEN SETUP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Custom Settings (CUSTOM SETUP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings for the Sound (AUDIO SETUP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings for the Speakers (SPEAKER SETUP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language Code List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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88
92
93
94
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About This Manual
• Instructions in this manual describe the
controls on the remote. You can also use the
controls on the player if they have the same
or similar names as those on the remote.
• “DVD” may be used as a general term for
DVD VIDEOs, DVD-Rs, DVD-RWs,
DVD+Rs, and DVD+RWs.
• The meaning of the icons used in this
manual is described below:
Icons
Meanings
Functions available for DVD
VIDEOs and DVD+Rs/
DVD+RWs or DVD-Rs/DVDRWs in video mode
Functions available for DVDRWs in VR (Video Recording)
mode
Functions available for VIDEO
CDs (including Super VCDs or
CD-Rs/CD-RWs in video CD
format or Super VCD format)
Functions are available for
Super Audio CDs
Functions available for music
CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in
music CD format
Functions available for DATA
CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CDRWs containing MP3* audio
tracks and JPEG image files)
* MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3) is a standard
format defined by ISO (International Standards
Organization)/MPEG which compresses audio
data. The sampling frequencies of playable MP3
files are 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
This Player Can Play the
Following Discs
Format of discs
DVD VIDEO
(page 89)
DVD-RW
(page 89)
Super Audio CD
(page 91)
VIDEO CD
Music CD
“DVD VIDEO” and “DVD-RW” are
trademarks.
Note about CDs
The player can play CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CDRWs recorded in the following formats:
– music CD format
– video CD format
– MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of
format conforming to ISO 9660* Level 1/
Level 2, or its extended format, Joliet
– KODAK Picture CD format
* A logical format of files and folders on CDROMs, defined by ISO (International
Organization for Standardization).
Region code
Your player has a region code printed on the
back of the unit and will only play DVD
VIDEOs (playback only) labeled with
identical region codes. This system is used to
protect copyrights.
DVD VIDEOs labeled
this player.
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ALL
will also play on
If you try to play any other DVD VIDEO, the
message “Playback prohibited by area
limitations.” will appear on the TV screen.
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, no region
code indication may be labeled even though
playing the DVD VIDEO is prohibited by
area restrictions.
Region code
Example of discs that the player
cannot play
The player cannot play the following discs:
• CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs other than
those recorded in the format listed on the
previous page.
• Data part of CD-Extras
• DVD-ROMs
• DVD Audios
Also, the player cannot play the following
discs:
• A DVD VIDEO with a different region
code.
• A disc recorded in a colour system other
than PAL or NTSC, such as SECAM (this
player conforms to the PAL/NTSC colour
system).
• A disc that has a non-standard shape (e.g.,
card, heart).
• A disc with paper or stickers on it.
• A disc that has the adhesive of cellophane
tape or a sticker still left on it.
• DVD-Rs recorded in VR mode (Video
Recording format)
• Copy-Once programmes recorded on
CPRM* compatible DVD-Rs.
* CPRM; Content Protection for Recordable Media
is a coding technology that protects copyright for
Copy-Once programmes.
Notes
• Notes about DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/
DVD-Rs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs
Some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVDRs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be played on this
player due to the recording quality or physical
condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the
recording device and authoring software.
The disc will not play if it has not been correctly
finalized. For more information, see the operating
instructions for the recording device. Note that
some playback functions may not work with some
DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if they have been
correctly finalized. In this case, view the disc by
normal playback. Also some DATA CDs created
in Packet Write format cannot be played.
• Music discs encoded with copyright protection
technologies
This product is designed to playback discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
Recently, various music discs encoded with
copyright protection technologies are marketed
by some record companies. Please be aware that
among those discs, there are some that do not
conform to the CD standard and may not be
playable by this product.
Note on DualDiscs
A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which
mates DVD recorded material on one side
with digital audio material on the other side.
However, since the audio material side does
not conform to the Compact Disc (CD)
standard, playback on this product is not
guaranteed.
Note on playback operations of
DVDs and VIDEO CDs
Some playback operations of DVDs and
VIDEO CDs may be intentionally set by
software producers. Since this player plays
DVDs and VIDEO CDs according to the disc
contents the software producers designed,
some playback features may not be available.
Also, refer to the instructions supplied with
the DVDs or VIDEO CDs.
Copyrights
This product incorporates copyright
protection technology that is protected by
U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is
prohibited.
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Index to Parts and Controls
For more information, see the pages in parentheses.
Front panel
The brightness of the indicators is linked to the dimmer function (page 10). When you select
“DARK,” “AUTO DARK,” or “FL OFF” by pressing DIMMER, the indicators become dark.
A [/1 (on/standby) button (36)
B MULTI/2CH button (40)
C SA-CD (Super Audio CD) /CD button
(40)
D DIMMER button/indicator (10)
E VIDEO OFF button/indicator (36)
F i.LINK button/indicator (27)
G Disc tray (36)
H A (open/close) button (36)
I N (play) button/indicator (36)
J X (pause) button/indicator (37)
K x (stop) button (37)
L
(remote sensor) (15)
M Front panel display (9)
N ./> (previous/next)/PUSH
ENTER dial (37)
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Front panel display
When playing back a DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW
Lights up when the player outputs
the signal in NTSC format
Lights up when connected to i.LINK
components and when the i.LINK
connection is used (when the i.LINK
indicator lights up on the player) (27)
Current audio
signal (55)
Lights up when MPEG
signal is output (81)
Lights up when the
player outputs
progressive signals (77)
Lights up when playing the
multi-channel playback
on DVD VIDEOs
Current title and chapter (52)
Disc type
Playing time (52)
Lights up when you can
Lights up when using
change the angle (56)
HDMI* connection (17)
Current play
mode (42)
When playing back a VIDEO CD with Playback Control (PBC) (41)
Lights up when the
player outputs
progressive signals (77)
Disc type
Current scene (53)
Lights up when
using HDMI*
connection (17)
Lights up when connected to i.LINK
components and when the i.LINK
connection is used (when the i.LINK
indicator lights up on the player) (27)
Current play
Lights up when the player outputs
mode (42)
the signal in NTSC format
Playing time (53)
When playing back a CD, Super Audio CD, or VIDEO CD (without PBC)
Lights up when using HDMI* connection (17)
Lights up when playing the
multi-channel playback area
Lights up when
on Super Audio CDs (40)
the player outputs
progressive
signals (77)
Lights up when the player outputs
the signal in NTSC format
Lights up when connected to i.LINK
components and when the i.LINK
connection is used (when the i.LINK
indicator lights up on the player) (27)
Current index (CD, Super Audio CD,
Playing
VIDEO CD) (53)
time (53)
Current track (CD, Super Audio CD,
Current play
VIDEO CD) (53)
mode (42)
Lights up when playing the hybrid disc
Disc type
c continued
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When playing back a DATA CD (MP3 audio)
Lights up when the player
outputs progressive signals (77)
Disc type
Lights up when
using HDMI*
connection (17)
Lights up when connected to i.LINK
components and when the i.LINK
connection is used (when the i.LINK
indicator lights up on the player) (27)
Playing time (53)
Album (53) Track (53)
Lights up when the player outputs
the signal in NTSC format
*
This player is based on version 1.1 of HighDefinition Multimedia Interface Specifications.
This DVD player incorporates High-Definition
Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
** When playing JPEG image files, “JPEG”
appears on the display.
Current play mode (42)
Lights up when playing
MP3 audio tracks (62)**
To adjust the lighting of the front panel
display (DIMMER function)
Press DIMMER on the player repeatedly to
select an item.
• BRIGHT: makes the lighting bright.
• DARK: makes the lighting dark.
• AUTO DARK: makes the front panel
display dark if you do not operate the player
or remote for a short while.
• FL OFF: turns off the lighting.
Rear panel
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A VIDEO OUT jack (17)
B S VIDEO OUT jack (17)
C COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y, PB/
CB, PR/CR) jacks (17)
D LINE 1 (RGB)-TV jack (17)
E LINE 2 jack (17)
F RS232C jack*
G HDMI OUT (high-definition
multimedia interface out) jack (17)
H CONTROL S IN/IR IN jack (17)
I i.LINK S200 (AUDIO) jacks (27)
J DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) jack (23)
(24) (25)
K DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack (23)
(24) (25)
L AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2 jacks (22) (23)
(24)
M 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks (25)
N AC IN terminal (32)
* Used for maintenance and service.
Remote
L TOP MENU button (39)
M SA-CD MULTI/2CH (Super Audio
CD multi/2 channel) button (40)
N SA-CD/CD (Super Audio CD/CD)
button (41)
O ZOOM button (64)
P REPEAT button (45)
Q
(audio) button (54)
R [/1 (on/standby) button (36)
S 2 (volume) +/– buttons (72)
The + button has a tactile dot.*
T TV/VIDEO/TIME/TEXT button (51)
(72)
U ENTER button (72)
V WIDE MODE/i.LINK button (72)
W > (next) button (37)
X
C button (37) (48)
Y x (stop) button (37)
Z JOG button (48)
wj ENTER button (32)
wk C/X/x/c buttons (39)
wl O RETURN button (37) (41)
e; MENU button (39)
ea VIDEO OFF button (36)
es VIDEO CONTROL button (57)
ed
(angle) button (56)
ef
(subtitle) button (56)
* Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating
the player.
A TV/DVD switch (72)
B Z (open/close) button (37)
C Number buttons (39)
The number 5 button has a tactile dot.*
D CLEAR/-/-- (ten’s digit) button (44)
(72)
E . (previous) button (37)
Fc
button (37) (48)
G H (play) button (36)
The H button has a tactile dot.*
H X (pause) button (37)
I PICTURE NAVI (picture navigation)
button (50)
J Click shuttle (47)
K DISPLAY button (12)
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Guide to the Control Menu Display
Use the Control Menu to select a function and to view related information. Press DISPLAY
repeatedly to turn on or change the Control Menu display as follows:
, Control Menu display 1
m
Control Menu display 2*
m
Control Menu display off
* The Control Menu display 2 may not be displayed depending on the disc type.
Control Menu
The Control Menu display 1 and 2 will show different items depending on the disc type. For
details, see the pages in parentheses.
Example: Control Menu display 1 when playing a DVD VIDEO
Currently playing title number1)
Currently playing chapter number 2)
Total number of titles1)
Control
Menu items
Playback status (N Playback,
X Pause, x Stop, etc.)
1 (24)
1 (28)
T
0:00:31
Selected item
Function name of
selected Control
Menu item
DVD VIDEO
OFF
OFF
1: ENGLISH
2: FRENCH
Type of disc being
played back4)
Total number of chapters2)
Playing time5)
Current setting
Options
SUBTITLE
ENTER
Quit:
DISPLAY
Operation
message3)
1) Displays the scene number for VIDEO CDs (PBC is on), track number for VIDEO CDs/Super Audio
CDs/CDs, album number for DATA CDs.
2) Displays the index number for VIDEO CDs/Super Audio CDs/CDs, MP3 audio track number or JPEG
image file number for DATA CDs (JPEG image file number is displayed in the Control Menu display 2).
3) Displays the DISC MEMO or CD Text when the disc contains title information.
4) Displays Super VCD as “SVCD.”
5) Displays the date for JPEG files (The date is displayed in the Control Menu display 2).
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List of Control Menu items
Item
Item Name, Function, Relevant Disc Type
TITLE (page 48)/SCENE (page 49)/TRACK (page 48)
Selects the title, scene, or track to be played.
CHAPTER (page 48)/INDEX (page 48)
Selects the chapter or index to be played.
ALBUM (page 49)
Selects the album to be played.
TRACK (page 48)
Selects the track to be played.
INDEX (page 49)
Selects the index to be played.
FILE (page 49)
Selects the JPEG image file to be played.
*
DATE (page 64)
Displays the date the picture was taken by a digital camera.
*
ORIGINAL/PLAY LIST (page 39)
Selects the type of titles (DVD-RW) to be played, the ORIGINAL one, or an edited
PLAY LIST.
TIME/MEMO (page 48)
Checks the elapsed time and the remaining playback time.
Use to input the time code when searching for a scene or music.
Displays the Disc Memo you entered (page 67).
TIME/TEXT (page 48)
Checks the elapsed time and the remaining playback time.
Use to input the time code when searching for a scene or music.
Displays the DVD/Super Audio CD/CD text, or the DATA CD’s track name and
volume label (page 51).
MULTI/2CH (page 40)
Selects the playback area on Super Audio CDs when available.
AUDIO (page 54)
Changes the audio setting.
SUBTITLE (page 56)
Displays the subtitles.
Changes the subtitle language.
ANGLE (page 56)
Changes the angle.
ADVANCED (page 53)
Displays the information (bit rate) of the disc currently playing.
PARENTAL CONTROL (page 68)
Set to prohibit playback on this player.
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SETUP (page 74)
QUICK Setup
Use Quick Setup to choose the desired language of the on-screen display, the aspect
ratio of the TV, the audio output signal, and the size of the speakers you are using.
CUSTOM Setup
In addition to the Quick Setup setting, you can adjust various other settings.
RESET
Returns the settings in “SETUP” to the default setting.
SLEEP
You can set the system to turn off after a certain time, so that you can fall asleep to
music.
ALL ALBUMS/ONE ALBUM (page 43)
Selects ALL ALBUMS or ONE ALBUM mode.
PROGRAM (page 43)
Selects the title, chapter, or track to play in the order you want.
**
SHUFFLE (page 44)
Plays the album or track in random order.
**
REPEAT (page 45)
Plays the entire disc (all titles/all tracks/all albums) repeatedly or one title/chapter/
track/album repeatedly.
A-B REPEAT (page 46)
Specifies the parts you want to play repeatedly.
**
VIDEO CONTROL (page 57)
Adjusts the video signal from the player. You can select the picture quality that best
suits the programme you are watching.
*
INTERVAL (page 66)
Specifies the duration for which the slides are displayed on the screen.
*
EFFECT (page 66)
Selects the effects to be used for changing slides during a slide show.
*
MODE (MP3, JPEG) (page 65)
Selects the data type; MP3 audio track (AUDIO) or JPEG image file
(IMAGE) to be played when playing a DATA CD.
* JPEG only
** MP3 only
z Hint
The Control Menu icon indicator lights up in green
when you select any item except
“OFF.” (“PROGRAM,” “SHUFFLE,” “REPEAT,” and “A-B REPEAT” only).
The other Control Menu icon indicator lights up in green when:
– “ANGLE”: when the angles can be changed.
– “VIDEO CONTROL”: when any setting other than “STANDARD” is selected.
– “ORIGINAL/PLAYLIST”: when “PLAYLIST” is selected.
– “MULTI/2CH”: when “MULTI” is selected.
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Hookups
Hooking Up the Player
Hookups
Follow steps 1 to 6 to hook up and adjust the settings of the player.
Notes
•
•
•
•
Plug cords securely to prevent unwanted noise.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the components to be connected.
You cannot connect this player to a TV that does not have a video input jack.
Be sure to disconnect the power of each component before connecting.
Step 1: Unpacking
Check that you have the following items:
• Audio/video cord (pinplug × 3 y pinplug × 3) (1)
• Remote commander (remote) (1)
• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
• Mains lead (1)
Step 2: Preparing the Remote
You can control the player using the supplied remote. Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by
matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the markings inside the compartment. When
using the remote, point it at the remote sensor
on the player.
Notes
•
•
•
•
Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place.
Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries.
Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting apparatus. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
If you do not use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage
from battery leakage and corrosion.
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When you have more than one Sony DVD player
If the supplied remote interferes with your other Sony DVD player, change the command mode
setting for this player and the supplied remote to one that differs from the other Sony DVD
player.
The default command mode setting for this player and the supplied remote is DVD 1.
To change the setting for the remote
1
Slide the COMMAND MODE switch on the remote to select the command mode (DVD 1,
DVD 2, or DVD 3) so that the setting for the remote differs from that of the other DVD
players.
For example, if the other DVD players respond to the default command mode setting for the
supplied remote (DVD 1), set the remote to DVD 2 or DVD 3.
To change the setting for the player
[/1
MULTI/2CH
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1
2
Press [/1 to turn off the system.
3
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the displayed command mode matches that of the supplied remote.
Hold down MULTI/2CH and press [/1 on the player.
The command mode appears on the front panel display.
Step 3: Connecting the Video/HDMI Cords
Audio/video
cord (supplied) (yellow)
Hookups
Connect this player to your TV monitor, projector, or AV amplifier (receiver) using a video cord.
Select one of the patterns A through E, according to the input jack on your TV monitor,
projector, or AV amplifier (receiver). In order to view progressive signal pictures with a
compatible TV, projector, or monitor, you must use pattern C. Select pattern D when
connecting to a TV, projector, or AV amplifier (receiver) equipped with HDMI input.
Component
video cord
(not supplied)
(green)
(blue)
(red)
TV, projector or AV
amplifier (receiver)
TV, projector or AV
amplifier (receiver)
(yellow)
(green)
(blue)
TV
(red)
to COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
to LINE 1
(RGB)-TV
to VIDEO
OUT
SCART
(EURO AV) cord
(not supplied)
CD/DVD player
to
HDMI
OUT
to S VIDEO
OUT
S VIDEO cord
(not supplied)
to CONTROL S IN/
IR IN (page 19)
Control S cord
(not supplied)
HDMI cord
(not supplied)
TV, projector or AV
amplifier (receiver)
to LINE 2
TV, projector or AV
amplifier (receiver)
VCR
TV or other equipment with
a CONTROL S jack
l : Signal flow
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A If you are connecting to a video input jack
Connect the yellow plug of the audio/video cord (supplied) to the yellow (video) jacks. You will
enjoy standard quality images.
Yellow (Video)
Yellow (Video)
White (L)
White (L)
Red (R)
Red (R)
Use the red and white plugs to connect to the audio input jacks (page 22). (Do this if you are
connecting to a TV only.)
B If you are connecting to an S VIDEO input jack
Connect an S VIDEO cord (not supplied). You will enjoy high quality images.
C If you are connecting to a monitor, projector, or AV amplifier
(receiver) having component video input jacks (Y, PB/CB, PR/CR)
Connect the component via the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks using a component video
cord (not supplied) or three video cords (not supplied) of the same kind and length. You will
enjoy accurate colour reproduction and high quality images. If your TV accepts progressive 525/
625p format signals, you must use this connection and set “COMPONENT OUT” in “SCREEN
SETUP” to “PROGRESSIVE” (page 77).
Green
Blue
Green
Red
Red
Blue
D If you are connecting to an HDMI/DVI input jack
Use a certified HDMI cord (not supplied) to enjoy high quality digital picture and sound through
the HDMI OUT jack.
Note that Super Audio CD sound is not output from the HDMI OUT jack.
E If you are connecting to a SCART (EURO AV) input jack
Connect the SCART (EURO AV) cord (not supplied). Be sure to make the connections firmly
to avoid hum and noise. When you connect using the SCART (EURO AV) cord, check that the
TV conforms to S video or RGB signals. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
TV to be connected. Also, when you set “LINE” to “S VIDEO” or “RGB” under “SCREEN
SETUP” in the Setup Display (page 77), use a SCART (EURO AV) cord that conforms to each
signal.
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If you are connecting to a VCR
Connect your VCR to the LINE 2 jack on the player. The VCR can record the signal only from
your TV.
To connect to a TV with DVI input
Hookups
Use an HDMI-DVI converter cord (not supplied). The DVI jack will not accept any audio
signals, so you have to use another audio connection in addition to this connection (page 20).
Furthermore, you cannot connect the HDMI OUT jack to DVI jacks that are not HDCP
compliant (e.g., DVI jacks on PC displays).
To change the aspect ratio for the connected TV
Depending on the disc and the TV type (standard 4:3 screen TV or wide screen TV), the image
may not fit the TV screen. If this happens, change the aspect ratio (page 76).
z Hint
If your TV has a CONTROL S jack, you can control the player by operating the remote toward
the TV. This feature is convenient when you placed the player and the TV away from each other.
After connecting the player with other components according to the above A, B, C, or D,
connect the TV via the CONTROL S IN/IR IN using a Control S cord (not supplied). Refer to
the instructions supplied with the TV to be connected.
Notes
• Connect the player directly to the TV. If you pass the player signals via the VCR, you may not receive a
clear image on the TV screen.
VCR
CD/DVD player
TV
Connect
directly
• Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and
may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of 480 progressive scan picture problems, it is
recommended that the user switch the connection to the ‘standard definition’ output. If there are questions
regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 525p DVD player, please contact our customer service
centre.
• When connecting to a progressive TV, it is recommended that you use only pattern C. If you connect to
your TV using both C and E, a special control signal transmitted via the SCART (EURO AV) cable may
cause the signal to be switched to the SCART (EURO AV) jack.
• If you cannot view the pictures from a VCR through this player which is connected to a TV with RGB
component jacks, set
to t (Audio/Video) on your TV. When you select
(RGB), the TV
cannot receive the signal from the VCR.
• If you want to use your VCR’s SmartLink function, connect the VCR directly to your TV’s SCART (EURO
AV) jack and connect the player to the TV with another jack.
• The SmartLink function may not work properly if your VCR is connected to your TV via the SCART
(EURO AV) jacks on the player.
• When you connect the player to your TV via the SCART (EURO AV) jacks, the TV’s input source is set
to the player automatically when you start playback or press any button except for \/1. In this case, press
TV/DVD on the remote to return the input to the TV.
• If you are connecting to an HDMI jack, use a Sony HDMI cord (not supplied).
When you play a disc recorded in the NTSC colour system, the player outputs the video
signal or the Setup Display etc. in the NTSC colour system and the picture may not appear
on the PAL colour system televisions. In this case, open the tray and remove the disc.
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Step 4: Connecting the Audio Cords
Refer to the chart below to select the connection that best suits your system. Be sure to also read
the instructions for the components you wish to connect.
Select a connection
Select one of the following connections,
A
Components to be connected
through
E
.
Connection
TV
A
(page 22)
Stereo amplifier (receiver) and two speakers
B
(page 23)
C
(page 24)
D
(page 25)
MD deck/DAT deck
• Surround effects:
– None
AV amplifier (receiver) having a Dolby*
Surround (Pro Logic) decoder and 3 to 6
speakers
• Surround effects:
– Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) (page 88)
AV amplifier (receiver) with 5.1 ch input jacks
and 4 to 6 speakers
• Surround effects:
– Dolby Digital (5.1 ch) (page 88)
– DTS (5.1 ch) (page 88)
– Super Audio CD Multi channel (page 91)
or
AV amplifier (receiver) with digital input jacks
having a Dolby or DTS** decoder and 6
speakers
• Surround effects:
– Dolby Digital (5.1 ch) (page 88)
– DTS (5.1 ch) (page 88)
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Your setup (example)
Components to be connected
i.LINK components (TA-DA9000ES/
STR-DA7100ES only)
Connection
E
Your setup (example)
(page 27)
Hookups
z Hint
If you have an AV amplifier that conforms to the
96 kHz sampling frequency, use connection D .
* Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby,” “Pro Logic,” and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
** “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are
registered trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
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A
Connecting to your TV
This connection will use your TV’s speakers for sound. If you use the SCART (EURO AV) cord
in pattern E of “Step 3: Connecting the Video/HDMI Cords” (page 17), you do not have to
connect audio cords to your TV.
CD/DVD player
TV
(white)
(white)
(red)
(yellow)*
(red)
Audio/video
cord (supplied)
to AUDIO OUT
L/R 1 or 2
l : Signal flow
* The yellow plug is used for video signals
(page 17).
z Hint
When connecting to a monaural TV, use a stereomono conversion cord (not supplied). Connect the
AUDIO OUT L/R 1 or 2 jacks to the TV’s audio
input jack.
Note
When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio signals
are output from the i.LINK S200 AUDIO jack, but
not from any of the other jacks (including HDMI
OUT).
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(yellow)*
to audio input
B Connecting to a stereo amplifier (receiver) and 2 speakers/Connecting to
an MD deck or DAT deck
CD/DVD player
Coaxial digital cord
(not supplied)
Stereo audio cord
(not supplied)
(white)
or
(red)
to DIGITAL OUT
(COAXIAL or OPTICAL)
to AUDIO OUT L/R
1 or 2
Optical digital cord
(not supplied)
Remove plug cap
before connecting.
(white)
(red)
to coaxial or optical
digital input
[Speakers]
Hookups
If the stereo amplifier (receiver) has audio input jacks L and R only, use B-1 . If the amplifier
(receiver) has a digital input jack, or when connecting to an MD deck or DAT deck, use B-2 .
In this case, you can also connect the player directly to the MD deck or DAT deck without using
your stereo amplifier (receiver).
to audio input
Stereo amplifier (receiver)
Front (L)
MD deck/DAT deck
Front (R)
l: Signal flow
z Hint
To realize better surround sound effects, make sure
that your listening position is in between your
speakers.
Notes
• Super Audio CD audio signals are not output from
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT jack.
• When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output from the i.LINK S200 AUDIO
jack, but not from any of the other jacks
(including HDMI OUT).
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C
Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) having a Dolby Surround (Pro
Logic) decoder and 3 to 6 speakers
You can enjoy the Dolby Surround effects only when playing Dolby Surround audio or multichannel audio (Dolby Digital) discs.
If your amplifier (receiver) has L and R audio input jacks only, use C-1 . If your amplifier
(receiver) has a digital input jack, use C-2 .
CD/DVD player
Coaxial digital cord
(not supplied)
Stereo audio cord
(not supplied)
(white)
or
(red)
to DIGITAL OUT
(COAXIAL or OPTICAL)
Optical digital cord
(not supplied)
Remove plug cap
before connecting.
to AUDIO OUT L/R
1 or 2
(white)
(red)
to audio input
to coaxial or optical
digital input
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
Amplifier (receiver) with Dolby
Surround decoder
Rear (L)
Front (L)
Rear (R)
l: Signal flow
Subwoofer
Centre
z Hint
For correct speaker location, refer to the operating
instructions of the amplifier (receiver).
Notes
• When connecting 6 speakers, replace the
monaural rear speaker with a centre speaker, 2
rear speakers and a subwoofer.
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Front (R)
Rear (mono)
• Super Audio CD audio signals are not output from
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT jack.
• When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output from the i.LINK S200 AUDIO
jack, but not from any of the other jacks
(including HDMI OUT).
D Connecting to an AV amplifier (receiver) with 5.1 ch input jacks and/or a
digital input jack and 4 to 6 speakers
CD/DVD player
to DIGITAL
OUT (COAXIAL
or OPTICAL)
to HDMI OUT
Hookups
If your AV amplifier (receiver) has 5.1 channel inputs, use D-1 .
If you want to use the Dolby Digital, or DTS decoder function on your AV amplifier (receiver),
connect to its digital jack using D-2 or D-3 . With the following connections, you can enjoy
a more realistic audio presence in the comfort of your own home.
to 5.1CH OUTPUT
Stereo audio cord
(not supplied)
or
Coaxial
digital cord
(not supplied)
Optical
digital cord
(not supplied)
Remove plug
cap before
connecting.
Monaural audio cord
(not supplied)
HDMI cord
(not supplied)
to audio input
to digital (COAXIAL/
OPTICAL)/HDMI input
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
AV amplifier (receiver) having
5.1ch inputs or/and a decoder
Front (L)
Subwoofer
Centre
l: Signal flow
Front (R)
Rear (L)
Rear (R)
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D-1
: Connecting to the 5.1ch input jacks
You can enjoy 5.1ch surround sound using
the internal Dolby Digital, DTS, or Super
Audio CD Multi decoder of this player.
D-2
or
D-3
: Connecting to a digital jack
This connection will allow you to use the
Dolby Digital, or DTS decoder function of
your AV amplifier (receiver).
z Hints
• For correct speaker placement, refer to the
instructions of the connected components.
• To enhance the sound performance:
–Use high-performance speakers.
–Use front, rear, and centre speakers of the same
size and performance.
–Place the subwoofer between the left and right
front speakers.
Notes
• When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output from the i.LINK S200 AUDIO
jack, but not from any of the other jacks
(including HDMI OUT). Video signals are output
from the HDMI OUT jack.
For connection D-2 or D-3
• After you have completed the connection, be sure
to set “DOLBY DIGITAL” to “DOLBY
DIGITAL” and “DTS” to “DTS” in Quick Setup
(page 32).
• When you connect an amplifier (receiver) that
conforms to the 96 kHz sampling frequency, set
“48kHz/96kHz PCM” in “AUDIO SETUP” to
“96kHz/24bit” (page 81).
• Super Audio CD audio signals are not output from
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT jack.
• When you connect the player to an AV amplifier
(receiver) using an HDMI cord, you will need to
do one of the following:
–Connect the AV amplifier (receiver) to the TV
with the HDMI cord.
–Connect the player to the TV with a video cord
other than HDMI cord (component video cord, S
VIDEO cord, or audio/video cord).
• When the i.LINK indicator lights up, no signal is
output from the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or
OPTICAL)/ HDMI OUT jack.
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E Connecting to i.LINK components (TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES/
SCD-XA9000ES only)
Connect DVP-NS9100ES to i.LINK components (TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES/
SCD-XA9000ES only) with an i.LINK connecting cord.
E-1
Hookups
As of the date when this manual was published, this CD/DVD player is only compatible
with i.LINK connections to the i.LINK components (TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES/
SCD-XA9000ES only). For details on i.LINK connections for future Sony components with
i.LINK jacks, please refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with each component.
: Connecting one receiver to an i.LINK jack
CD/DVD player
to i.LINK S200
(AUDIO)
i.LINK connecting
cord (not supplied)
to i.LINK S200
(AUDIO) jack
Receiver
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
TA-DA9000ES
STR-DA7100ES
Front (L)
Subwoofer
Centre
l: Signal flow
Front (R)
Rear (L)
Rear (R)
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E-2
: Connecting two players to a receiver’s i.LINK jacks
CD/DVD player
to i.LINK S200 (AUDIO)
i.LINK connecting
cord (not supplied)
i.LINK connecting
cord (supplied with
SCD-XA9000ES)
Player
SCD-XA9000ES
to i.LINK S200
AUDIO OUT
jack
to i.LINK S200
(AUDIO) jack
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
STR-DA7100ES
Receiver
Front (L)
Subwoofer
Centre
l: Signal flow
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Front (R)
Rear (L)
Rear (R)
E-3
: Connecting a receiver and a player via this player (DVP-NS9100ES)
CD/DVD player
Hookups
to i.LINK S200
(AUDIO)
i.LINK connecting
cord (supplied with
SCD-XA9000ES)
Player
to i.LINK S200
AUDIO OUT jack
i.LINK connecting
cord (not supplied)
to i.LINK S200
(AUDIO) jack
SCD-XA9000ES
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
STR-DA7100ES
Receiver
Front (L)
Centre
Front (R)
Subwoofer
l: Signal flow
Rear (L)
Rear (R)
Note
When the player is turned off or when the i.LINK
indicator lights off, audio signals are not output
from SCD-XA9000ES to STR-DA7100ES.
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To use the i.LINK connection
Press the i.LINK button in stop mode, so that
the i.LINK indicator lights up on the player.
To cancel the setting, press the i.LINK button
again.
• Connect the cable so that the connection does not
form a loop between components.
DVP-NS9100ES
Notes
• i.LINK connections are only possible between
this player and TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES/
SCD-XA9000ES. This player has some
restrictions on i.LINK functions and may not
operate properly if connected to components
other than TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES/
SCD-XA9000ES.
• Only component which inputs or outputs an audio
signal using an i.LINK jack can be connected.
Components using a video signal, PC component,
and other AV amplifier cannot be connected to
this player.
• You cannot use the i.LINK connection when the
player is turned off or when the i.LINK indicator
lights off.
• An audio signal of IEEE1394 components
without the i.LINK mark cannot be used.
• We do not guarantee playability when you
connect a receiver, a DVD player, Super Audio
CD/CD player, etc., from another company with
i.LINK audio input or output jack.
• If a metal object should fall into the i.LINK S200
AUDIO jack, short-circuiting may occur and
damage the components.
• Be sure to insert the plug firmly to prevent
malfunction.
• Some i.LINK components comply with copy
protection technology and handle encrypted
signals. This player complies with the DTLA
copy protection technology (Revision 1.3).
• “i.LINK“ lights up in the display when this player
is ready to output the audio signals from the
i.LINK S200 AUDIO jack.
• When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output from the i.LINK S200 AUDIO
jack, but not from any of the other jacks
(including HDMI OUT).
• When you use the i.LINK connection, use a Sony
i.LINK cable (not supplied).
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Receiver
DVP-NS9100ES
Player
Receiver
Establishing a LINC
Example
1 TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES
establishes a LINC with DVP-NS9100ES.
TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES sends a
request and path information to DVPNS9100ES to establish a transmission path
for the audio signal.
TA-DA9000ES
STR-DA7100ES
1
,
2
<
DVP-NS9100ES
2 DVP-NS9100ES responds to TADA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES, agreeing to the
establishment of a LINC. The digital audio
signal transmission becomes possible only
after the communication described above has
occurred and a LINC has been established.
Notes
• Because of the way the H.A.T.S. function
operates, a slight time lag is introduced between
each operation (e.g., pressing play, stop, or pause)
and its implementation. The duration of this time
lag may be different for CD and Super Audio CD
sources.
• The H.A.T.S. function works only with H.A.T.S.
compatible components.
• The H.A.T.S. function is available only for music
CDs and Super Audio CDs.
Hookups
Before an audio signal can be transmitted
between i.LINK components, a LINC
(Logical Interface Connection) must first be
established between the receiving component
(of the audio signal) and the sending
component.
Establishing a LINC means establishing a
logical path for the transmission of digital
audio signals between the two components.
Each logical path has an ID number. Since the
component that sends an audio signal must
output the signal to a path, and the component
that receives the signal must input it from the
same path, the path must be mutually known
by both components. During the
establishment of a LINC, the following
communication occurs between the two
i.LINK components.
STR-DA7100ES whenever the digital audio
signal is input to the receiver. When not using
this function, set it to “OFF” on TADA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES. For details,
refer to the Operating Instructions supplied
with TA-DA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES.
Copyright
i.LINK components complying with
copyright protection incorporate digital data
copy protection technology. One such
technology is the DTLA (The Digital
Transmission Licensing Administrator)
recognized by the Copy Protection Technical
Working Group. It may not be possible to
make digital copies of copy restricted digital
data (video/audio/data) using i.LINK signals
between components that comply with the
DTLA copy protection technology. In
addition, it may not be possible to transfer
digital data (video/audio/data) via i.LINK
between i.LINK components which comply
with DTLA copy protection and i.LINK
components which do not.
i.LINK is a designation referring to IEEE 13941995 and IEEE 1394a-2000. i.LINK and the i.LINK
logo “ ” are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
TM
Listening in high fidelity
H.A.T.S. function
When the H.A.T.S. function of TADA9000ES/STR-DA7100ES is “ON,” digital
audio signals are momentarily stored in a
buffer, then read with exact timing before
being converted to analog. This eliminates
the jitter (timing lapses) that sometimes occur
during digital signal transmission and greatly
improves sound quality.
When this function is turned on, “H.A.T.S.”
lights up in the display of TA-DA9000ES/
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Step 5: Connecting the Mains Lead
Connect the supplied mains lead to the AC IN terminal of the player. Plug the mains leads of the
player and TV into an AC outlet.
Step 6: Quick Setup
Follow the steps below to make the minimum number of basic adjustments for using the player.
To skip an adjustment, press >. To return to the previous adjustment, press ..
[/1
.
X/x
1 Turn on the TV.
2 Press [/1.
3 Switch the input selector on your
TV so that the signal from the
player appears on the TV screen.
“Press [ENTER] to run QUICK SETUP”
appears at the bottom of the screen. If this
message does not appear, select
“QUICK” under “SETUP” in the Control
Menu to run Quick Setup (page 75).
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>
ENTER
4 Press ENTER before inserting a
disc.
The Setup Display for selecting the
language used in the on-screen display
appears.
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD:
MENU:
AUDIO:
SUBTITLE:
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ITALIANO
ESPAÑOL
NEDERLANDS
DANSK
SVENSKA
SUOMI
5 Press X/x to select a language.
The player uses the language selected
here to display the menu and subtitles as
well.
The Setup Display for selecting the
aspect ratio of the TV to be connected
appears.
SCREEN SETUP
16:9
TV TYPE:
16:9
HDMI RESOLUTION:
4:3 LETTER BOX
SCREEN SAVER:
4:3 PAN SCAN
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
FULL
4:3 OUTPUT:
VIDEO
LINE:
◆ Progressive format TV
• PROGRESSIVE (page 77)
When the setting is changed, the
confirmation display appears. If you do
not select “Yes” or “No” within about 10
seconds, the setting is canceled and the
display returns to the Setup Display.
10 Press ENTER.
The Setup Display for selecting the type
of jack used to connect your amplifier
(receiver) appears.
Is this player connected to an amplifier
(receiver) ? Select the type of jack you
are using.
7 Press X/x to select the setting that
YES
AUDIO OUT L/R
DIGITAL OUTPUT
DIGITAL & 5.1CH OUTPUT
matches your TV type.
◆ If you have a wide-screen TV or a 4:3
standard TV with a wide-screen mode
• 16:9 (page 76)
◆ If you have a 4:3 standard TV
• 4:3 LETTER BOX or 4:3 PAN SCAN
(page 76)
8 Press ENTER.
The Setup Display for selecting the type
of video signal appears.
SCREEN SETUP
16:9
TV TYPE:
AUTO
HDMI RESOLUTION:
ON
SCREEN SAVER:
JACKET PICTURE
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
INTERLACE
4:3 OUTPUT:
PROGRESSIVE
LINE:
9 Press X/x to select the type of
signals you wish to output to your
TV.
Select “PROGRESSIVE” only if you
have made video connection C
(page 17) and wish to view progressive
video signals.
Hookups
6 Press ENTER.
◆ Interlace format TV (standard TV)
• INTERLACE (page 77)
NO
11 Press X/x to select the type of jack
(if any) you are using to connect to
an amplifier (receiver), then press
ENTER.
Choose the item that matches the audio
connection you selected on pages 22 to
29 ( A through E ).
A
• If you connect just a TV and nothing
else, select “NO.” Quick Setup is
finished and connections are complete.
B-1
C-1
• Select “AUDIO OUT L/R.” Quick
Setup is finished and connections are
complete.
B-2
C-2
D-2
D-3
E
• Select “DIGITAL OUTPUT.” The Setup
Display for “DOLBY DIGITAL” appears.
D-1 and D-2 , or both
and D-3
• Select “DIGITAL & 5.1CH OUTPUT.”
The display for “DOLBY DIGITAL”
appears.
D-1
D-1
, both
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12 Press X/x to select the type of
Dolby Digital signal you wish to
send to your amplifier (receiver),
then press ENTER.
Choose the signal that matches the audio
connection you selected on pages 23 to
29 ( B through E ).
AUDIO SETUP (DIGITAL OUT)
DIGITAL OUT:
ON
DOLBY DIGITAL:
D-PCM
MPEG:
D-PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS:
48kHz/96kHz PCM:
48kHz/16bit
15 Press X/x to select the size of the
centre speaker.
If no centre speaker is connected, select
“NONE” (page 82).
SPEAKER SETUP (DVD)
SIZE:
DISTANCE:
LEVEL(FRONT):
LEVEL(REAR):
OFF
TEST TONE:
FRONT:
CENTER:
REAR:
SUBWOOFER:
To set press
16 Press ENTER.
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
SMALL
NONE
then ENTER
“REAR” is selected.
B-2
C-2
• D-PCM (page 81)
D-2
D-3
E
• DOLBY DIGITAL (only if the
amplifier (receiver) has a Dolby Digital
decoder) (page 81)
13 Press X/x to select the type of DTS
signal sent to your amplifier
(receiver).
Choose the item that matches the audio
connection you selected on pages 23 to
29 ( B through E ).
B-2
C-2
• D-PCM (page 81)
D-2
D-3
E
• DTS (only if the amplifier (receiver)
has a DTS decoder) (page 81)
14 Press ENTER.
◆ When “DIGITAL OUTPUT” is selected
in step 11
• Quick Setup is finished and
connections are complete.
◆ When “DIGITAL & 5.1CH OUTPUT” is
selected in step 11
• The Setup Display for “SPEAKER
SETUP” appears.
SPEAKER SETUP (DVD)
SIZE:
DISTANCE:
LEVEL(FRONT):
LEVEL(REAR):
OFF
TEST TONE:
FRONT:
CENTER:
REAR:
SUBWOOFER:
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
SMALL
NONE
17 Press X/x to select the size of the
rear speakers.
If no rear speaker is connected, select
“NONE.”
18 Press ENTER.
“SUBWOOFER” is selected.
SPEAKER SETUP (DVD)
SIZE:
DISTANCE:
LEVEL(FRONT):
LEVEL(REAR):
OFF
TEST TONE:
FRONT:
CENTER:
REAR:
SUBWOOFER:
To set, press
, then ENTER .
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
YES
YES
NONE
19 Press X/x to select whether or not
DISPLAY
you have connected a subwoofer.
20 Press ENTER.
Quick Setup is finished. All connections
and setup operations are complete.
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Enjoying the surround sound
effects
Hookups
To enjoy the surround sound effects of this
player or your amplifier (receiver), set the
following items as described below for the
audio connection you selected on pages 23 to
29 ( B through E ). Each of these is the
default setting and does not need to be
adjusted when you first connect the player.
See page 74 for using the Setup Display.
Audio connection (pages 22 to 29)
A
• No additional settings are needed.
B-1
C-1
D-3
E
• Set “DOWNMIX” to “DOLBY
SURROUND” (page 80).
B-2
C-2
D-2
• Set “DOWNMIX” to “DOLBY
SURROUND” (page 80).
• Set “DIGITAL OUT” to “ON” (page 80).
D-1
• Set “DISTANCE” and “LEVEL” according
to the connected speakers (page 83).
z Hints
• For connections B-1 C-1 D-1
If the sound distorts even when the volume is
turned down, set “AUDIO ATT” to “ON”
(page 80).
• For connections B-2 C-2 D-2 D-3
E
Set “48 kHz/96 kHz PCM” to “96 kHZ/24 bit”
only if you connect an amplifier (receiver) that
conforms to the 96 kHz sampling frequency
(page 81).
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4 Press Z, and place a disc on the
disc tray.
Playing Discs
Playing Discs
Depending on the disc, some operations may
be different or restricted.
Refer to the operating instructions supplied
with your disc.
[/1
Disc tray
VIDEO OFF
A
With the playback side facing down
5 Press H.
The disc tray closes, and the player starts
playback (continuous play). Adjust the
volume on the TV or the amplifier
(receiver).
Depending on the disc, a menu may
appear on the TV screen. For DVD
VIDEOs, see page 39. For VIDEO CDs,
see page 41.
N
To turn off the player
Press [/1. The player enters standby mode.
Z
[/1
To enjoy the clarity of Super Audio CD/CD
sound more
You can minimize the effect of the video
output by switching it off.
Press VIDEO OFF in stop mode, so that the
VIDEO OFF indicator lights up on the player.
To cancel the setting, press VIDEO OFF
again.
H
VIDEO
OFF
1 Turn on your TV.
2 Press [/1.
z Hints
• You can have the player turn off automatically
whenever you leave it in stop mode for more than
30 minutes. To turn on this function, set “AUTO
POWER OFF” in “CUSTOM SETUP” to “ON”
(page 78).
• For details on the types of MP3 audio tracks that
you can play on this player, or on their playback
order, see “Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG
Images” (page 61).
The player turns on.
3 Switch the input selector on your
TV so that the signal from the
player appears on the TV screen.
◆ When using an amplifier (receiver)
Turn on the amplifier (receiver) and
select the appropriate channel so that you
can hear sound from the player.
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Notes
• When transporting the player, remove a disc from
the player. Failure to remove the disc may cause
damage to the player.
• Audio and video signals are not output from the
HDMI OUT jack when the VIDEO OFF function
is set to on.
• Super Audio CD audio signals are not output from
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT jack.
Additional operations
A
N
X x
Z
c
CLEAR
.
C
Briefly fast forward
the current scene1)
Press
C
(Advance).
Magnify the image2)
Press ZOOM
repeatedly. Press
CLEAR to cancel.
1) DVD-VIDEO/DVD-RW only
2) DVD-VIDEO/DVD-RW/VIDEO CD/DATA
CD (JPEG) only
z Hints
• The Replay function is useful when you want to
review a scene or dialog that you missed.
• The Advance function is useful when you want to
pass over a scene that you don’t want to watch.
>
H
x
X
Notes
• You may not be able to use the Replay or Advance
function with some scenes.
• The Replay function does not work with
DVD+RWs in VR mode.
Locking the disc tray (Child
Lock)
ZOOM
To
Operation
Stop
Press x.
Pause
Press X.
Resume play after
pause
Press X or H.
Go to the next chapter, On the player:
track, or scene in
Turn the ./>/
continuous play mode PUSH ENTER dial
clockwise.
On the remote:
Press >.
Go back to the
previous chapter,
track, or scene in
continuous play mode
Operation
Press c
(Replay).
Playing Discs
./>/
PUSH ENTERdial
To
Replay the previous
scene1)
On the player:
Turn the ./>/
PUSH ENTER dial
counterclockwise.
On the remote:
Press . twice.
Stop play and remove On the player:
the disc
Press A.
On the remote:
Press Z.
You can lock the disc tray to prevent children
from opening it.
When the player is in standby mode, press
O RETURN, ENTER, and then [/1 on the
remote.
The player turns on and “LOCKED” appears
on the front panel display.
The A button on the player and the remote do
not work while the Child Lock is set.
To unlock the disc tray
When the player is in standby mode, press
O RETURN, ENTER, and then [/1 again.
“UNLOCKED” appears on the front panel
display.
Note
Even if you select “RESET” under “SETUP” in the
Control Menu (page 75), the disc tray remains
locked.
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Resuming Playback From
the Point Where You
Stopped the Disc (Multi-disc
Resume)
The player stores the point where you stopped
the disc for up to 40 discs and resumes
playback the next time you insert the same
disc. If you store a resume playback point for
the 41st disc, the resume playback point for
the first disc is deleted.
H
x
1 While playing a disc, press x to
stop playback.
“RESUME” appears on the front panel
display.
2 Press H.
The player starts playback from the point
where you stopped the disc in step 1.
z Hint
To play from the beginning of the disc, press x
twice, then press H.
Notes
• “MULTI-DISC RESUME” in “CUSTOM
SETUP” must be set to “ON” for this function to
work (page 78).
• The point where you stopped playing is cleared
when:
–you change the play mode.
–you change the settings on the Setup Display.
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• For DVD-RWs in VR mode, CDs, Super Audio
CDs, and DATA CDs, the player remembers the
resume playback point for the current disc.
The resume point is cleared when:
–you opened the disc tray.
–you disconnect the mains lead.
–the player enters standby mode (Super Audio
CD, CD, and DATA CD only).
• Resume Play does not work during Shuffle Play
and Programme Play.
• This function may not work with some discs.
Using the DVD’s Menu
Some DVD-RWs in VR (Video Recording)
mode have two types of titles for playback:
originally recorded titles (ORIGINAL) and
edited titles created on recordable DVD
players (PLAY LIST). You can select the
type of titles to be played.
Playing Discs
A DVD is divided into long sections of a
picture or a music feature called “titles.”
When you play a DVD which contains
several titles, you can select the title you want
using the TOP MENU button.
When you play DVDs that allow you to select
items such as the language for the subtitles
and the language for the sound, select these
items using the MENU button.
Selecting “ORIGINAL” or
“PLAY LIST” on a DVDRW
Number
buttons
ENTER
X/x
C/X/x/c
TOP MENU
ENTER
DISPLAY
MENU
1 Press DISPLAY while the player is
1 Press TOP MENU or MENU.
The disc’s menu appears on the TV
screen. The contents of the menu vary
from disc to disc.
2 Press C/X/x/c or the number
buttons to select the item you want
to play or change.
1
in stop mode.
The Control Menu appears.
2 Press X/x to select
(ORIGINAL/PLAY LIST), then press
ENTER.
The options for “ORIGINAL/PLAY
LIST” appear.
1( 4)
1( 1)
T
0:00:47
PLAY LIST
PLAY LIST
ORIGINAL
DVD-RW
3 Press ENTER.
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3 Press X/x to select the setting.
• PLAY LIST: plays the titles created
from “ORIGINAL.”
• ORIGINAL: plays the titles originally
recorded.
Selecting a Playback
Area for a Super Audio
CD
4 Press ENTER.
MULTI/2CH
To turn off the Control Menu
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the Control
Menu is turned off.
SA-CD/CD
SA-CD
MULTI/2CH
SA-CD/CD
Selecting a playback area on a 2
channel + Multi-channel Super
Audio CD
Some Super Audio CDs consist of a 2 channel
playback area and a multi-channel playback
area. You can select the playback area you
want to listen to.
1
Press SA-CD MULTI/2CH while the
player is in stop mode.
The following display appears.
2CH
40
2
Press SA-CD MULTI/2CH repeatedly to
select an item.
• MULTI: Plays a multi-channel
playback area.
• 2CH: Plays a 2 channel playback area.
The “MULTI” indicator in the front panel
display lights up when selecting a multichannel playback area.
Playing VIDEO CDs With
PBC Functions (PBC Playback)
z Hint
You can also select “MULTI/2CH” from the
Control Menu (page 13).
Selecting the playback layer of
hybrid Super Audio CDs
Some Super Audio CDs consist of a Super
Audio CD layer and a CD layer. You can
select the playback layer you want to listen to.
Number
buttons
.
H
Press SA-CD/CD while the player is in stop
mode.
Each time you press the button, a Super
Audio CD layer or a CD layer is alternately
selected.
When selecting a CD layer, the “CD”
indicator in the front panel display lights up.
Playing Discs
PBC (Playback Control) allows you to play
VIDEO CDs interactively by following the
menu on the TV screen.
ENTER
>
x
ORETURN
1 Start playing a VIDEO CD with PBC
functions.
A menu appears.
Notes
• For details about Super Audio CDs, see page 91.
• Each play mode function works only within the
selected layer or playback area (page 42).
2 Select the item number and track
you want using the number
buttons.
3 Press ENTER.
4 Follow the instructions in the
menu for interactive operations.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the
disc, as the operating procedure may
differ depending on the VIDEO CD.
To return to the menu
Press O RETURN.
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z Hint
To play without using PBC, press ./> while
the player is stopped to select a track, then press H
or ENTER.
“Play without PBC.” appears on the TV screen and
the player starts continuous play. You cannot play
still pictures such as a menu.
To return to PBC playback, press x twice then
press H.
Note
Depending on the VIDEO CD, “Press ENTER” in
step 3 may appear as “Press SELECT” in the
instructions supplied with the disc. In this case,
press H.
Various Play Mode
Functions (Programme Play,
Shuffle Play, Repeat Play, A-B Repeat
Play)
You can set the following play modes:
• Programme Play (page 43)
• Shuffle Play (page 44)
• Repeat Play (page 45)
• A-B Repeat Play (page 46)
Number
buttons
CLEAR
H
C/X/x/c
DISPLAY
ENTER
ORETURN
REPEAT
Notes
• The play mode is canceled when:
–you open the disc tray.
–you press [/1 and the player enters standby
mode.
• Before setting a play mode for Super Audio CDs,
select the playback layer or area you want to listen
to (page 40). Each play mode function works only
within the selected layer or playback area.
• You cannot activate Program Play and Shuffle
Play at the same time.
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Selecting the disc mode (ALL
ALBUMS or ONE ALBUM)
You can play one album or all of the albums
in the disc. Before setting Shuffle Play or
Repeat Play, you must select whether to apply
these play modes to ONE ALBUM or to ALL
ALBUMS of the discs.
Press DISPLAY/FILE twice.
3
The Control Menu appears.
2
“TRACK” is displayed when you play
a VIDEO CD, Super Audio CD, or CD.
The options for “ALL ALBUMS/ONE
ALBUM” appear.
PROGRAM
ALL CLEAR
1. TITLE
2. TITLE – –
3. TITLE – –
4. TITLE – –
5. TITLE – –
6. TITLE – –
7. TITLE – –
1)
DATA CD JPEG
ALL ALBUMS
ALL ALBUMS
ONE ALBUM
3
Press X/x to select an item.
• ALL ALBUMS: Plays the all albums.
• ONE ALBUM: Plays the selected
album.
4
4
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until
(PROGRAM) appears on the
Control Menu.
2
Press X/x to select
(PROGRAM), then press ENTER.
The options for “PROGRAM” appear.
Press c.
The cursor moves to the title or track row
“T” (in this case, “01”).
PROGRAM
ALL CLEAR
1. TITLE – –
2. TITLE – –
3. TITLE – –
4. TITLE – –
5. TITLE – –
6. TITLE – –
7. TITLE – –
Creating your own programme
(Programme Play)
1
T
––
01
02
03
04
05
Titles or tracks
recorded on a disc
Press ENTER.
You can play the contents of a disc in the
order you want by arranging the order of the
tracks on the disc to create your own
programme.
You can programme up to 99 items.
Press X/x to select “SET t” then
press ENTER.
The display for programming appears.
Press X/x to select
(ALL
ALBUMS/ONE ALBUM) and press
ENTER.
1(
DVD VIDEO
Playing Discs
1
7(12)
1( 2)
OFF
OFF
SET
ON
T
C
––
01
02
03
04
05
ALL
01
02
03
04
05
06
Chapters recorded on a disc
5
Select the title, chapter, album, or
track you want to programme.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO or MP3
audio tracks
For example (DVD VIDEO), select
chapter “03” of title “02.”
Press X/x or the number buttons to select
“02” under “T,” then press ENTER.
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To return to normal playback
PROGRAM
ALL CLEAR
1. TITLE – –
2. TITLE – –
3. TITLE – –
4. TITLE – –
5. TITLE – –
6. TITLE – –
7. TITLE – –
T
C
––
01
02
03
04
05
ALL
01
02
03
04
05
06
Next, press X/x or the number buttons to
select “03” under “C,” then press
ENTER.
PROGRAM
ALL CLEAR
1. TITLE 0 2 – 0 3
2. TITLE – –
3. TITLE – –
4. TITLE – –
5. TITLE – –
6. TITLE – –
7. TITLE – –
Press CLEAR, or select “OFF” in step 3.
To turn off the display
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the display
is turned off.
To cancel or change a programme
1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Creating your own
programme (Programme Play).”
2
Select the programme number of the
track you want to cancel or change using
X/x.
3
Perform the following.
T
––
01
02
03
04
05
◆ To cancel the programme
Press CLEAR.
◆ To change the programme
Press c and follow step 5 for new
programming.
Selected title and chapter
For an MP3 audio track, select album and
track instead of title and chapter.
◆ When playing a VIDEO CD, Super
Audio CD, or CD
For example, select track “02.”
Press X/x or the number buttons to select
“02” under “T,” then press ENTER.
The track number may be displayed in 3
digits for a Super Audio CD.
Selected track
0:15:30
T
PROGRAM
ALL CLEAR
1. TRACK
2. TRACK
3. TRACK
4. TRACK
5. TRACK
6. TRACK
7. TRACK
02
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
01
02
03
04
05
Total time of the programmed tracks
6
To programme other titles, chapters,
or tracks, repeat steps 4 and 5.
The programmed titles, chapters, and
tracks are displayed in the selected order.
7
Press H to start Programme Play.
Programme Play begins.
When the programme ends, you can
restart the same programme again by
pressing H.
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To cancel all of the tracks in the
programme
1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Creating your own
programme (Programme Play).”
2
3
Press X and select “ALL CLEAR.”
Press ENTER.
z Hint
You can set Repeat Play for the programmed tracks.
During Programme Play, follow the steps of
“Repeat Play” (page 45).
Notes
• JPEG image files cannot be programmed.
• You cannot activate Program Play and Shuffle
Play at the same time.
Playing in random order (Shuffle
Play)
You can have the player “shuffle” tracks.
Subsequent “shuffling” may produce a
different playing order.
1
Press DISPLAY.
The Control Menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select
(SHUFFLE), then press ENTER.
The options for “SHUFFLE” appear.
10(12)
1
T
0:17
CD
3
Press X/x to select the item to be
shuffled.
◆ When playing a Super Audio CD or CD
• TRACK
◆ When playing a DATA CD (MP3 audio
tracks only)
• ALL ALBUMS
– ALBUM
– TRACK
• ONE ALBUM
– TRACK
4
Press ENTER.
To return to normal play
Press CLEAR, or select “OFF” in step 3.
Notes
• You cannot activate Program Play and Shuffle
Play at the same time.
• You cannot perform Shuffle Play with JPEG
image files.
• When the number of tracks to be shuffled is over
99, some tracks may be played back more than
once and others may not be played back at all.
Press REPEAT repeatedly to select the
item to be repeated.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO
• DISC: repeats all of the titles on the
current disc.
• TITLE: repeats the current title.
• CHAPTER: repeats the current
chapter.
◆ When playing a DVD-RW
• DISC: repeats all of the titles on the
selected type (ORIGINAL or
PLAYLIST).
• TITLE: repeats the current title.
• CHAPTER: repeats the current
chapter.
Playing Discs
OFF
OFF
TRACK
2
◆ When playing a Super Audio CD,
VIDEO CD, or CD
• DISC: repeats all of the tracks on the
current disc.
• TRACK: repeats the current track.
◆ When playing a DATA CD
• ALL ALBUMS
– DISC: repeats all of the albums on
the current disc.
– TRACK (MP3 audio tracks only):
repeats the current track.
• ONE ALBUM
– ALBUM: repeats the current album.
– TRACK (MP3 audio tracks only):
repeats the current track.
◆ When Programme Play or Shuffle Play
is activated
• ON: repeats Programme Play or
Shuffle Play.
To return to normal play
Playing repeatedly (Repeat Play)
You can play all of the titles, albums or tracks
on a disc or a single title, chapter, album, or
track repeatedly.
You can use a combination of Shuffle or
Programme Play modes.
1
Press CLEAR, or select “OFF” in step 2.
z Hints
• You can set Repeat Play while the player is
stopped. After selecting the “REPEAT” option,
press H. Repeat Play starts.
• You can also select “REPEAT” from the Control
Menu (page 14).
Press REPEAT.
The following display appears.
DISC
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Repeating a specific portion (AB Repeat Play)
You can play a specific portion of a title,
chapter or track repeatedly. (This function is
useful when you want to memorize lyrics,
etc.)
1
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until
(A-B REPEAT) appears on the
Control Menu during playback.
2
Press X/x to select
(A-B
REPEAT), then press ENTER.
The options for “A-B REPEAT” appear.
2(24)
1(10)
DVD VIDEO
OFF
SET
OFF
3
Press X/x to select “SET t,” then
press ENTER.
The “A-B REPEAT” setting display
appears.
A-B
4
A 1- 0 : 1 8 : 1 4 B
During playback, when you find the
starting point (point A) of the portion to
be played repeatedly, press ENTER.
The starting point (point A) is set.
A-B
5
A 1- 0 : 1 8 : 1 4
B 1- 0 : 3 6 : 3 8
When you reach the ending point
(point B), press ENTER again.
The set points are displayed and the
player starts repeating this specific
portion.
To return to normal play
Press CLEAR, or select “OFF” in step 2.
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To turn off the Control Menu
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the Control
Menu is turned off.
Notes
• When you set A-B Repeat Play, the settings for
Shuffle Play, Repeat Play, and Programme Play
are canceled.
• A-B Repeat Play does not work across multiple
titles, scenes, or MP3 tracks.
• A-B Repeat Play does not work if the title
contains a still image when playing a DVD-RW in
VR mode.
• A-B Repeat Play is canceled when ., X, or x
is pressed, or when the player is in fast forward or
fast reverse mode (page 47) during A-B Repeat
Play of a Super Audio CD.
• A-B Repeat Play is canceled when the player is in
fast forward or fast reverse mode (page 47) during
A-B Repeat Play of a DTS CD.
Searching for a Scene
Searching for a
Particular Point on a
Disc (Shuttle mode, Jog mode,
Freeze Frame)
c
C
H
X
JOG
Click
shuttle
Note
Depending on the DVD/VIDEO CD, you may not
be able to do some of the operations described.
Using the click shuttle on the
remote (Shuttle mode)
If you turn the click shuttle quickly, the
playback speed goes to “2M(/3M*)” or
“2m(/3m*)” immediately.
* DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/VIDEO CD only
Searching for a Scene
You can quickly locate a particular point on a
disc by monitoring the picture or playing back
slowly.
◆ During playback
3M Fast forward (faster than 2M)*
Y
2M Fast forward (faster than 1M)
Y
1M Fast forward
Y
×2B
Y
N PLAY (normal speed)
Y
×2b
Y
1m Fast reverse
Y
2m Fast reverse (faster than 1m)
Y
3m Fast reverse (faster than 2m)*
◆ During pause mode (DVD VIDEO, DVDRW, VIDEO CD only)
1
(playback direction)
Y
2
(playback direction – slower than
1 )
Y
X PAUSE
Y
2
(opposite direction – slower than
1 ) (DVD only)
Y
1
(opposite direction) (DVD only)
To return to normal play
Press H.
Turn the click shuttle on the remote. The
playback speed changes depending on the
turning direction and degree of rotation as
follows:
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Playing a disc frame by frame
using the click shuttle
(Jog mode)
1
Press JOG on the remote.
Searching for a Title/
Chapter/Track/Scene,
etc.
JOG button lights up.
2
Turn the click shuttle.
Depending on the turning speed,
playback goes to frame-by-frame
playback in the direction that the click
shuttle is turned. Turn the click shuttle
clockwise to go forward. Turn the click
shuttle counterclockwise to go
backwards (DVD only). If you turn the
click shuttle at a constant speed for a
while, the playback speed goes to slow or
normal.
To return to normal play
You can search a DVD by title or chapter, and
you can search a VIDEO CD/Super Audio
CD/CD by track, index, or scene. As titles and
tracks are assigned unique numbers on the
disc, you can select the desired one by
entering its number. Or, you can search for a
scene using the time code.
Number
buttons
CLEAR
Press H.
To turn off the Jog mode
Press JOG again so that JOG button lights off.
Playing one frame at a time
(Freeze Frame)
H
ENTER
X/x
DISPLAY
1 Press DISPLAY during playback.
When the player is in the pause mode, press
C (step) to go to the next frame. Press
c
(step) to go to the preceding frame
(DVD only). If you press and hold the button
down, you can view the frames in succession.
To return to normal playback, press H.
The Control Menu appears.
2 Press X/x to select the search
method.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW
TITLE
CHAPTER
TIME/TEXT or
TIME/MEMO
Select “TIME/TEXT” to search for a
starting point by inputting the time code.
◆ When playing a VIDEO CD without PBC
Playback
TRACK
INDEX
TIME/TEXT or
TIME/MEMO
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◆ When playing a VIDEO CD with PBC
Playback
5 Press ENTER.
The player starts playback from the
selected number.
SCENE
◆ When playing a Super Audio CD/CD
TRACK
INDEX
TIME/TEXT or
To search for a scene using the time code
(DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/Super Audio CD/CD/
VIDEO CD without PBC function only)
In step 2, select
TIME/TEXT.
“T **:**:**” (playing time of the current
title) is selected.
◆ When playing a DATA CD
ALBUM
2
Press ENTER.
“T **:**:**” changes to “T --:--:--.”
Input the time code using the number
buttons, then press ENTER.
For example, to find the scene at 2 hours,
10 minutes, and 20 seconds after the
beginning, just enter “2, 1, 0, 2, 0.”
TRACK (MP3 audio tracks
only)
FILE (JPEG image files only)
Example: when you select
(CHAPTER)
“** (**)” is selected (** refers to a
number).
The number in parentheses indicates the
total number of titles, tracks, indexes,
scenes, etc. of the disc.
1(24)
10(28)
T
0:24:17
DVD VIDEO
Selected item
3 Press ENTER.
“** (**)” may change to “-- (**)”
depending on the disc or the item.
1(24)
10(28)
DVD VIDEO
1 0 : CHAPTER 1 0
1 1 : CHAPTER 1 1
1 2 : CHAPTER 1 2
C
4 Press the number buttons to select
the title, chapter, track, index, or
scene number you want to search
for.
You can use X/x instead of the number
buttons depending on the item to be
searched for.
3
To turn off the Control Menu
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the Control
Menu is turned off.
Searching for a Scene
1
TIME/MEMO
z Hints
• You can display the first scene of titles, chapters
or tracks recorded on the disc on a screen divided
into nine sections. You can start playback directly
by selecting one of the scenes. For details, see
“Searching by Scene (PICTURE
NAVIGATION)” (page 50).
• You can search for a chapter (DVD VIDEO/
DVD-RW only) or track (Super Audio CD/CD/
VCD only) by pressing the number buttons and
ENTER.
• The time code can be used for the following:
–One title on a DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW
–One track on a VIDEO CD/Super Audio CD/CD
Notes
• You cannot search for a still picture on a DVDRW in VR mode.
• You cannot search for a scene on a DVD+RW
using the time code.
• The title, chapter or track number displayed is the
same number recorded on the disc.
• When playing a CD, you cannot play a specific
point by selecting it from the index.
• You cannot use the time code to search a VIDEO
CD across multiple tracks.
If you make a mistake
Cancel the number by pressing CLEAR,
then select another number.
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Searching by Scene
(PICTURE NAVIGATION)
4 Press C/X/x/c to select a title,
chapter, or track, and press
ENTER.
Playback starts.
You can divide the screen into 9 subscreens
and quickly find a desired scene.
To return to normal play
Press DISPLAY or O RETURN.
PICTURE
NAVI
C/X/x/c
ENTER
DISPLAY
ORETURN
z Hint
If there are more than nine titles, chapters, or tracks,
V is displayed at the bottom right of the screen.
To display subsequent titles, chapters, or tracks,
select a scene on the bottom row (located at box 7,
8 ,9) and press x. To return to previous scenes,
select a scene on the top row (located at box 1, 2, 3)
and press X.
Notes
• Depending on the disc, you may not be able to
select some items.
• The sound is muted when using this function.
1 Press PICTURE NAVI during
playback.
The following display appears.
CHAPTER VIEWER
ENTER
2 Press PICTURE NAVI repeatedly to
select an item.
• CHAPTER VIEWER (DVD VIDEO
only)
• TITLE VIEWER (DVD VIDEO only)
• TRACK VIEWER (VIDEO CD only)
3 Press ENTER.
The following display appears.
50
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Viewing Information About the
Disc
Checking the Playing
Time and Remaining
Time
You can check the playing time and
remaining time of the current title, chapter, or
track. Also, you can check the DVD/Super
Audio CD/CD text or track name (MP3
audio) recorded on the disc.
◆ When playing a VIDEO CD (with PBC
functions)
• *:* (minutes: seconds)
Playing time of the current scene
◆ When playing a VIDEO CD (without
PBC functions), Super Audio CD, or CD
• T *:* (minutes: seconds)
Playing time of the current track
• T–*:*
Remaining time of the current track
• D *:*
Playing time of the current disc
• D –*:*
Remaining time of the current disc
◆ When playing a DATA CD (MP3 audio)
• T *:* (minutes: seconds)
Playing time of the current track
TIME/
TEXT
C/X/x/c
ENTER
DISPLAY
Press TIME/TEXT repeatedly in step 2 to
display the Disc MEMO or text recorded on
the DVD VIDEO/Super Audio CD/CD.
The DVD/Super Audio CD/CD text appears
only when text is recorded in the disc. You
cannot change the text. If the disc does not
contain text, “NO TEXT” appears. In this
case, you can label the disc (page 67).
Viewing Information About the Disc
To check the DISC MEMO or DVD/Super
Audio CD/CD text
1 Press TIME/TEXT during playback.
The following display appears.
BRAHMS SYMPHONY
T 1:01:57
Time information
2 Press TIME/TEXT repeatedly to
change the time information.
The available time information depends
upon the type of disc you are playing.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO or DVDRW
• T *:*:* (hours: minutes: seconds)
Playing time of the current title
• T–*:*:*
Remaining time of the current title
• C *:*:*
Playing time of the current chapter
• C–*:*:*
Remaining time of the current chapter
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To check DATA CD (MP3 audio) bit rate,
album name, or track name
Press TIME/TEXT while playing an MP3
audio track on a DATA CD. You can display
the name of an album/track and the audio bit
rate (the amount of data per second of the
current audio) on your TV screen.
T
17:30
128k
Checking the information on the
front panel display
You can view the time information and text
on the front panel display as well as on the TV
screen. The information on the front panel
display changes as follows when you change
the time information on your TV screen.
When playing a DVD VIDEO or DVD-RW
Bit rate
Title playing time and current title and
chapter number
JAZZ
RIVER SIDE
Album name
Track name
Remaining time of the current title
Notes
• If the MP3 audio track being played back has an
ID3 tag, the ID3 tag information is displayed
instead of the track name.
• The name display cannot be scrolled.
Playing time and
number of the current chapter
Remaining time of
the current chapter
Text
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When playing a VIDEO CD (without PBC
functions), Super Audio CD, or CD
Track playing time and current
track and index number
Remaining time of the current track
• The player can only display the first level of the
DVD/Super Audio CD/CD text, such as the disc
name or title.
• Playing time of MP3 audio tracks may not be
displayed correctly.
• If you play a disc containing JPEG image files
only, “MODE (MP3, JPEG)” is changed to
“JPEG” automatically. If you play a disc
containing MP3 audio tracks only, “MODE
(MP3, JPEG)” is changed to “MP3”
automatically.
Checking the play information of
a DVD (ADVANCED)
Playing time of the disc
1
Press DISPLAY during playback.
The Control Menu is displayed.
Remaining time of the disc
Press X/x to select
(ADVANCED), then press ENTER.
The options for “ADVANCED” appear.
12(27)
18(34)
T
1:32:55
DVD VIDEO
Text
OFF
OFF
BIT RATE
When playing a DATA CD (MP3 audio)
Track playing time and current album
and track number
3
Press X/x to select “BIT RATE,”
then press ENTER.
Viewing Information About the Disc
2
BIT RATE
0
5
10
Mbps
Track name
z Hints
• When playing VIDEO CDs with PBC functions,
scene number and the playing time are displayed.
• Long text that does not fit in a single line will
scroll across the front panel display.
• You can also check the time information and text
by pressing the TIME/TEXT button.
• You can also check the time information and text
using the Control Menu (page 13).
Notes
• Depending on the type of disc being played, the
DVD/Super Audio CD/CD text may not be
displayed.
Bit rate refers to the amount of video data
per second in a disc. While playing a disc,
the approximate bit rate of the playback
picture is displayed as Mbps (megabits
per second). The higher the bit rate, the
larger the amount of data. However, this
does not always mean that you can get
higher quality pictures or sounds.
To turn off the ADVANCED display
Select “OFF” in step 3.
To turn off the Control Menu
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the Control
Menu is turned off.
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2 Press
Sound Adjustments
Changing the Sound
When playing a DVD recorded in multiple
audio formats (PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, or
MPEG), you can change the audio format. If
the DVD is recorded with multilingual tracks,
you can also change the language.
With CDs, DATA CDs, or VIDEO CDs, you
can select the sound from the right or left
channel and listen to the sound of the selected
channel through both the right and left
speakers. For example, when playing a disc
containing a song with the vocals on the right
channel and the instruments on the left
channel, you can hear the instruments from
both speakers by selecting the left channel.
(audio) repeatedly to
select the desired audio signal.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, the
choice of language varies.
When 4 digits are displayed, they
indicate a language code. See “Language
Code List” for the language the code
represents (page 93). When the same
language is displayed two or more times,
the DVD VIDEO is recorded in multiple
audio formats.
◆ When playing a DVD-RW
The types of sound tracks recorded on a
disc are displayed. The default setting is
underlined.
Example:
• 1: MAIN (main sound)
• 1: SUB (sub sound)
• 1: MAIN+SUB (main and sub sound)
◆ When playing a VIDEO CD, CD, or
DATA CD (MP3 audio)
The default setting is underlined.
• STEREO: The standard stereo sound
• 1/L: The sound of the left channel
(monaural)
• 2/R: The sound of the right channel
(monaural)
X/x
DISPLAY
z Hint
You can also select “AUDIO” from the Control
Menu (page 13).
Notes
1 Press
(audio) during playback.
The following display appears.
1:ENGLISH
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• You cannot change the sound for Super Audio
CDs.
• Some DVDs prohibit changing sounds during
playback. In this case, change the sounds using
the disc’s menu (page 39).
Displaying the disc’s audio
information
Press DISPLAY during playback to display
the Control Menu. Select “AUDIO” using X/
x. The channels being played are displayed
on the screen.
For example, in Dolby Digital format,
multiple signals ranging from monaural to 5.1
channel signals can be recorded on a DVD
VIDEO. Depending on the DVD VIDEO, the
number of the recorded channels may differ.
Current audio format*
1(24)
DVD VIDEO
10(28)
T
0:23:27
2 : ENGLISH DOLBY DIGITAL 3/2.1
L
C
R
LS
RS
Currently playing programme format**
* “PCM,” “DTS,” “DOLBY DIGITAL,” or
“MPEG” is displayed.
The channels in the currently selected track
are displayed by numbers as follows:
Sound Adjustments
LFE
For Dolby Digital 5.1 ch:
Rear component 2
DOLBY DIGITAL 3 / 2 . 1
Front component 2 +
Centre component 1
LFE (Low
Frequency
Effect)
component 1
**The letters in the programme format
display indicate the following sound
components:
L: Front (left)
R: Front (right)
C: Centre
LS: Rear (left)
RS: Rear (right)
S:
Rear (monaural): The rear
component of the Dolby
Surround processed signal and
the Dolby Digital signal
LFE: Low Frequency Effect signal
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Changing the Angles
Displaying the Subtitles
If subtitles are recorded on the discs, you can
change the subtitles or turn them on and off
whenever you want while playing a DVD.
If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene
are recorded on the DVD VIDEO, “ANGLE”
appears in the front panel display. This means
that you can change the viewing angle.
1 Press
(subtitle) during
playback.
The following display appears.
1 Press
(angle) during playback.
1:ENGLISH
The number of the angle appears on the
display.
2
2 Press
(angle) repeatedly to
select the angle number.
The scene changes to the selected angle.
Note
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, you may not be
able to change the angles even if multi-angles are
recorded on the disc.
2 Press
(subtitle) repeatedly to
select the language.
◆ When playing a DVD VIDEO
Select the language.
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, the
choice of language varies.
When 4 digits are displayed, they
indicate a language code. See “Language
Code List” for the language the code
represents (page 93).
◆ When playing a DVD-RW
Select “ON.”
To turn off the subtitles
Select “OFF” in step 2.
Note
Depending on the DVD VIDEO, you may not be
able to change the subtitles even if multilingual
subtitles are recorded on it. You also may not be
able to turn them off.
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Adjusting the Playback
Picture (VIDEO CONTROL)
You can adjust the video signal of a DVD,
VIDEO CD, or JPEG Image files from the
player to obtain the picture quality you want.
Choose the setting that best suits the
programme you are watching.
When you select “MEMORY,” you can make
further adjustments to each element of the
picture (colour, brightness, etc.).
>
.
to select the setting you want.
The default setting is underlined.
• STANDARD: displays a standard
picture.
• DYNAMIC 1: produces a bold
dynamic picture by increasing the
picture contrast and the colour
intensity.
• DYNAMIC 2: produces a more
dynamic picture than DYNAMIC 1 by
further increasing the picture contrast
and the colour intensity.
• CINEMA 1: enhances details in dark
areas by increasing the black level.
• CINEMA 2: white colours become
brighter and black colours become
richer, and the colour contrast is
increased.
• MEMORY: adjusts the picture in
greater detail.
z Hint
When you watch a movie, “CINEMA 1” or
“CINEMA 2” is recommended.
ORETURN
VIDEO
CONTROL
1 Press VIDEO CONTROL during
playback.
The following display appears.
DYNAMIC 1
Adjusting the picture items in
“MEMORY”
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ENTER
C/X/x/c
2 Press VIDEO CONTROL repeatedly
You can adjust each element of the picture
individually.
• SHARPNESS:
OFF: No adjustment.
1: Softens the outlines of images.
2: Enhances the outlines of images.
• Y NR (luminance noise reduction):
Reduces noise contained in the luminance
element of the video signal.
• C NR (chroma noise reduction):
Reduces noise contained in the colour
element of the video signal.
• CHROMA DELAY:
Adjusts colours that appear to have shifted
horizontally.
• A/V SYNC:
Adjusts delay between the picture and
sound.
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• PROGRESSIVE 1:
Sets a threshold at which the player
determines the progressive conversion
method.
The player automatically detects whether
the software is video based or film based,
and converts the video signals in the
corresponding progressive conversion
method. When the set point is closer to
“VIDEO,” the video based software
conversion is more likely to be selected;
when closer to “FILM,” the film based
conversion is the likely choice. When set
specifically to “VIDEO,” the video based
software conversion will be always applied
regardless of the software type.
See “Glossary” for details about the video
based software and film based software
(page 88).
• PROGRESSIVE 2:
Adjusts the progressive video signals
processed under the video based software
conversion. Set closer to “STILL” for
software containing static pictures such as
scenery. Or, set closer to “MOVE” for
software containing dynamic moving
pictures such as a car chase.
• PICTURE:
Changes the contrast.
• BRIGHTNESS:
Changes the overall brightness.
• COLOR:
Makes the colours deeper or lighter.
• HUE:
Changes the colour balance.
• GAMMA:
Adjusts the brightness of selected areas. See
“Adjusting the brightness of selected areas
(Gamma Correction)” for details (page 59).
1
Press VIDEO CONTROL repeatedly to
select “MEMORY” and press ENTER.
The “SHARPNESS” adjustment bar
appears.
C
01:32:55
SHARPNESS
Select :
2
OFF
ENTER
1
2
Cancel : RETURN
Press C/c to adjust the outline, then
press ENTER.
The adjustment is saved, and “Y NR”
adjustment bar appears.
3
Repeat step 2 to adjust “Y NR,” and
the other items such as “C NR,” and
“CHROMA DELAY.”
4
When you reach the “GAMMAt”
adjustment bar, press x.
Video Control display 1 appears. To go to
Video Control display 2, press x again.
You can check all the adjustments other
than “GAMMA.”
Video Control display 1
SHARPNESS
Y NR
C NR
CHROMA DELAY
A/V SYNC
OFF 1 2
OFF
OFF
0 1 2
0ms
Video Control display 2
PROGRESSIVE1 FILM
PROGRESSIVE2 STILL
PICTURE
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
HUE
VIDEO
MOVE
RESET
To turn off the display
Press O RETURN.
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0
0
0
0
0
0
z Hints
• To reset the picture items to the default settings,
press c after step 4 to select “RESET” in Video
Control display 2 and press ENTER.
• You can skip the adjustment without saving by
pressing X/x in step 2.
• Video based software, such as TV drama,
animation, and live music software are more
adequately processed under the video based
conversion. Film based software such as movies
are better processed under the film based
conversion.
• When you are watching a movie that has a lot of
noise, it is recommended that you set
“SHARPNESS” to “1.”
Example: You are watching a movie that is
rich in shadows and you want to see the
hidden details of the scenery.
If you use the “BRIGHTNESS” adjustment,
the entire image will become brighter, losing
definition in the areas that were initially
bright. The “GAMMA” adjustment enables
you to select the dark part and gradually
increase its brightness without sacrificing the
overall definition.
1
Notes
Adjusting the brightness of
selected areas (Gamma
Correction)
Depending on your TV or viewing
environment, images on the screen may lose
definition when a certain area of the image is
so light that it appears washed out, or so dark
that it blends into the surrounding dark areas.
By correcting the Gamma value, you can
adjust the brightness of selected areas to get a
clearer image. While the “BRIGHTNESS”
adjustment controls the brightness of the
entire image, the “GAMMA” adjustment is
useful when only some portions of the image
need adjusting.
The “GAMMA” adjustment display
appears.
0%
32
64
1: ENGLISH 96
OFF
128
50
1: ENGLISH 160
2: FRENCH 192
3: SPANISH 224
100
RESET
Current Gamma setup value
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• Depending on the disc or the scene being played,
the “Y NR,” or “C NR” effect may be hard to
discern.
• Some DVDs contain both video based and film
based sections. For example, a DVD may contain
a movie taken on film, and a “Making of”
sequence taken on video.
• If the progressive format image becomes unclear
or unnatural when “MEMORY” is set to
“PROGRESSIVE 1” or “PROGRESSIVE 2,” try
viewing with “PROGRESSIVE 1” set to
“VIDEO.” If this does not improve the picture,
view the images in Interlace format through the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (page 77), or
switch to another jack.
• “CHROMA DELAY” is not usable when signals
are output from the HDMI jack.
After step 3 of “Adjusting the picture
items in MEMORY,” press X/x to
display the “GAMMAt” adjustment
bar, and press ENTER or c.
Press X/x to select areas of an image.
The upper region adjusts the dark areas
and the lower region adjusts the light
areas.
Dark areas
Selected areas
of an image
Light areas
0%
32
64
1: ENGLISH 96
OFF
128
50
1: ENGLISH 160
2: FRENCH 192
3: SPANISH 224
100
RESET
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3
Press C/c to adjust the brightness
level of the area that you selected.
To reset only the gamma value to the
default setting
C decreases the level (darkens the area),
and c increases the level (lightens the
area). The level can be adjusted between
16 and 235. The level for the dark areas
can never be greater than the light areas.
Select “RESET” in the “GAMMA”
adjustment display by pressing X/x, and
press ENTER.
0%
32
64
1: ENGLISH 120
OFF
128
50
1: ENGLISH 160
2: FRENCH 192
3: SPANISH 224
100
RESET
Darken
4
Gamma value and
the position of the
bar change in
accordance with
your adjustment
Lighten
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the
brightness level of other areas that
you select.
Try to keep the line that connects the
brightness level of each area as smooth
and straight as possible, as shown below.
How to lighten the
dark areas of an
image
How to darken the
light areas of an
image
0%
0%
58
89
1: ENGLISH 94
OFF
50
128
1: ENGLISH 160
2: FRENCH 192
3: SPANISH 224
100
RESET
35
64
1: ENGLISH 105
OFF
50
128
1: ENGLISH 150
2: FRENCH 159
3: SPANISH 174
100
RESET
To prevent the image from appearing
overly altered, do not give the line any
sharp changes. Gradually make the
adjustments while viewing the image on
your TV screen.
Press O RETURN to stop making
adjustments to the image.
5
Press ENTER.
The “GAMMAt” adjustment bar
appears and the adjusted gamma values
are stored in memory.
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z Hint
You can move the gamma adjustment display
horizontally by pressing ./>.
Note
“GAMMA” is not usable when signals are output
from the HDMI jack.
Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG
Images
About MP3 Audio Tracks
and JPEG Image Files
MP3 is audio compression technology that
satisfies the ISO/MPEG regulations. JPEG is
image compression technology.
You can play DATA CDs that contain MP3
audio tracks or JPEG image files. The
sampling frequencies of playable MP3 files
are 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
DATA CDs that the player can
play
* “Design rule for Camera File system”: Image
standards for digital cameras regulated by JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information Technology
Industries Association).
Notes
• The player will play any data with the extension
“.MP3,” “.JPG,” or “.JPEG,” even if they are not
in MP3 or JPEG format. Playing these data may
generate a loud noise which could damage your
speaker system.
• The player does not conform to audio tracks in
MP3PRO format.
• Some JPEG files cannot be played.
About playback order of albums,
tracks, and files
The playback order of albums, MP3 audio
tracks, and JPEG image files on DATA CDs
is as follows:
◆Structure of disc contents
Tree 1
Tree 2
Tree 3
Tree 4
Tree 5
ROOT
Note on Multi Session discs
If MP3 audio tracks or JPEG image files are
recorded in the first session, the player will
also play MP3 audio tracks or JPEG image
files in other sessions. If audio tracks and
images in Music CD format or Video CD
format are recorded in the first session, only
the first session will be played back.
Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG Images
You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/
CD-Rs/CD-RWs) recorded in MP3 (MPEG1
Audio Layer 3) and JPEG format. However,
the discs must be recorded according to
ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2 or Joliet format for
the player to recognize the tracks (or files).
You can also play discs recorded in Multi
Session.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the
CD-R/CD-RW drives and the recording
software (not supplied) for details on the
recording format.
– MP3 audio tracks recorded in the following
sampling frequencies: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz.
– JPEG image files with the extension
“.JPEG” or “.JPG.”
– JPEG image files that conform to the DCF*
image file format.
Note
The player may not be able to play some DATA
CDs created in the Packet Write format.
MP3 audio track or JPEG image
file that the player can play
The player can play the following tracks and
files:
– MP3 audio tracks with the extension
“.MP3.”
Album
Track or file
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When you insert a DATA CD and press H,
the numbered tracks (or files) are played
sequentially, from 1 through 7. Any subalbums/tracks (or files) contained within a
currently selected album take priority over
the next album in the same tree. (Example: C
contains D so 4 is played before 5.)
In the list of albums on the Control Menu
(page 63), the album names are arranged in
the following order:
A t B t C t D t F t G. Albums
that do not contain tracks (or files) (such as
album E) do not appear in the list.
z Hints
• If you add numbers (01, 02, 03, etc.) to the front
of the track/file names when you store the tracks
(or files) in a disc, the tracks and files will be
played in that order.
• Since a disc with many trees takes longer to start
playback, it is recommended that you create
albums with no more than two trees.
Notes
• Depending on the software you use to create the
DATA CD, the playback order may differ from
the above illustration.
• The playback order above may not be applicable
if there are more than 500 albums and 999 tracks/
files in each album.
• Proceeding to the next or another album may take
some time.
Playing MP3 Audio
Tracks or JPEG Image
Files
You can play MP3 audio tracks and JPEG
image files on DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CDRs/CD-RWs).
To play MP3 audio tracks, see “Selecting an
MP3 audio track” (page 63). To play JPEG
image files, see “Selecting a JPEG image
file” (page 63). To play DATA CDs that
contain MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image
files, see “Selecting the playback mode for a
DATA CD (MODE (MP3, JPEG))” (page
65).
CLEAR
.
>
H
PICTURE
NAVI
C/X/x/c
x
DISPLAY
ORETURN
ENTER
ZOOM
z Hint
You can view the disc information while playing
MP3 audio tracks (page 51).
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Selecting an album
Selecting an MP3 audio track
1
1
Press DISPLAY.
The Control Menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select
then press ENTER.
(ALBUM),
After step 3 of “Selecting an album,”
press X/x to select
(TRACK),
then press ENTER.
The list of tracks in the album appears.
The list of albums on the disc appears.
2( 5)
1 : ROOT
2 : first_layer
3 : second_layer
4 : third_layer
5 : fourth_layer
2( 5)
1( 3)
DATA CD MP3
1:01
Smells Like Teen Spirit
2:02
In Bloom
3:03
Come As You Are
DATA CD MP3
2
3
Press X/x to select the album you
want to play, then press ENTER.
To stop playback
Press x.
To turn on or off the Control Menu
Press DISPLAY repeatedly.
z Hint
Of the selected album, you can select to play only
the MP3 audio tracks or JPEG image files by setting
“MODE (MP3, JPEG)” (page 65).
Playback starts from the selected track.
To stop playback
Press x.
To go to the next or previous MP3 audio
track
Press ./> during playback. You can
select the first track of the next album by
pressing > during playback of the last
track of the current album.
Selecting a JPEG image file
1
After step 3 of “Selecting an album,”
press PICTURE NAVI.
Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG Images
Playback starts from the selected album.
To select MP3 audio tracks, see
“Selecting an MP3 audio track”
(page 63).
To select JPEG image files, see
“Selecting a JPEG image file” (page 63).
Press X/x to select a track, and press
ENTER.
The image files in the album appear in 16
subscreens. A scroll box is displayed on
the right.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
To display subsequent images, select an
image on the bottom row and press x. To
return to previous images, select an
image on the top row and press X.
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2
Press C/X/x/c to select the image you
want to view, and press ENTER.
◆When pressed once (x2)
The image enlarges twice the original size.
The selected image appears.
Example
◆When pressed twice (x4)
The image enlarges four times the original
size.
To go to the next or previous JPEG image
file
Press C/c during playback. You can select
the first file of the next album by pressing c
during playback of the last file of the current
album.
To rotate a JPEG image
Press X/x while viewing the image. Each
time you press X, the image rotates
counterclockwise by 90 degrees.
To return to normal view, press CLEAR.
Note that the view also returns to normal if
you press C/c to go to the next or previous
image.
Example: when X is pressed once.
Rotating direction
To stop viewing the JPEG image
Press x.
z Hints
• While viewing JPEG image files, you can set
options such as “INTERVAL” (page 66) and
“EFFECT” (page 66).
• The date the picture was taken is displayed beside
“DATE” in the Control Menu (page 13). Note that
no date may appear depending on the digital
camera.
• You can check the date information during
playback when the Exif* tag is recorded in the
JPEG image data.
* “Exchangeable Image File Format” is a digital
camera image format defined by the Japan
Electronics and Information Technology
Industries Association (JEITA).
To magnify a JPEG image (ZOOM)
Press ZOOM while viewing the image. You
can enlarge the image up to four times the
original size, and scroll using C/X/x/c.
To return to normal view, press CLEAR.
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Note
PICTURE NAVI does not work if “AUDIO (MP3)”
is selected in “MODE (MP3, JPEG)” (page 65).
Selecting the playback mode for
a DATA CD (MODE (MP3, JPEG))
When you play DATA CDs that contain MP3
audio tracks and JPEG image files, you can
select to play the MP3 audio tracks or the
JPEG image files.
1
Press DISPLAY in stop mode.
The Control Menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select
(MODE
(MP3, JPEG)), and press ENTER.
The options for “MODE (MP3, JPEG)”
appear.
1(
5)
Enjoying JPEG Images as
a Slide Show
You can play JPEG image files on a DATA
CD successively as a slide show.
1 Press DISPLAY twice.
The Control Menu appears.
2 Press X/x to select
(ALBUM), then press ENTER.
The list of albums on the DATA CD
appears.
DATA CD MP3
1( 5)
1 : ROOT
2 : first_layer
3 : second_layer
4 : third_layer
5 : fourth_layer
3
Press X/x to select a setting, and
press ENTER.
The default setting is underlined.
• AUDIO (MP3): plays only MP3 audio
tracks continuously.
• IMAGE (JPEG): plays only JPEG
image files continuously.
Notes
• If you select an album containing JPEG image
files only and “MODE (MP3, JPEG)” is set to
“AUDIO (MP3),” “No audio data” appears on the
screen.
• If you select an album containing MP3 audio
tracks only and “MODE (MP3, JPEG)” is set to
“IMAGE (JPEG),” “No image data” appears on
the screen.
3 Press X/x to select an album, then
press ENTER.
The JPEG images in the selected album
start playing as a slide show.
To stop playback
Press x.
Enjoying MP3 Audio and JPEG Images
AUDIO(MP3)
AUDIO(MP3)
IMAGE(JPEG)
Notes
• The slide show stops when X/x or ZOOM is
pressed. To resume the slide show, press H.
• This function does not work if “MODE (MP3,
JPEG)” is set to “AUDIO (MP3)” (page 65).
• Some JPEG files may take longer to display
depending on the file size.
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Setting the pace for a slide show
(INTERVAL)
Selecting the slides’ appearance
(EFFECT)
You can set the time the slides are displayed
on the screen.
You can select the way the slides are
displayed during a slide show.
1
1
2
Press DISPLAY twice.
The Control Menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select
(INTERVAL), then press ENTER.
Press DISPLAY twice.
Press X/x to select
then press ENTER.
(EFFECT),
The options for “EFFECT” appear.
The options for “INTERVAL” appear.
2(
2(
5)
DATA CD JPEG
5)
DATA CD JPEG
OFF
NORMAL
NORMAL
FAST
SLOW 1
SLOW 2
3
Press X/x to select a setting.
OFF
MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
3
4
Press ENTER.
Note
Some JPEG files, especially progressive JPEG files
or JPEG files of 3,000,000 pixels or more, may take
longer to display.
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Press X/x to select a setting.
The default setting is underlined.
• OFF: turns off this function.
• MODE1: the image sweeps in from top
to bottom.
• MODE2: the image sweeps in from left
to right.
• MODE3: the image stretches out from
the centre of the screen.
• MODE4: the images randomly cycle
through the effects.
• MODE5: the next image slides over the
previous image.
The default setting is underlined.
• NORMAL: normally select this
position.
• FAST: sets a duration shorter than
NORMAL.
• SLOW1: sets a duration longer than
NORMAL.
• SLOW2: sets a duration longer than
SLOW1.
4
Press ENTER.
4
Using Various Additional
Functions
Press x to select “DISC MEMO INPUT
t” and press ENTER.
The “DISC MEMO INPUT” display
appears.
Labeling the Disc
DISC MEMO INPUT
(Disc Memo)
A
You can label the disc with a personal title of
20 characters (Disc Memo) (when DVD/
Super Audio CD/VIDEO CD/CD text is not
recorded on the disc).
The Disc Memo can be anything you like,
such as a title, musician’s name, category or
date of purchase.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX
,
YZ 0123456 7 89 <>– . :/!? &_
SAVE
5
The selected character changes the
colour.
6
TIME/TEXT
CLEAR
.
Select a character by pressing C/X/x/
c, or by turning the click shuttle.
Press ENTER.
DISC MEMO INPUT
>
B
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX
,
YZ 0123456 7 89 <>– . :/!? &_
DISPLAY
SAVE
ENTER
ORETURN
7
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to input other
characters.
8
When you have entered all the
characters for a Disc Memo, select
“SAVE” by pressing C/X/x/c, and
press ENTER.
Labeling a disc
The Disc Memo is stored.
1
2
3
Insert the disc you want to label.
Press DISPLAY.
To turn off the display
The Control Menu appears.
Press O RETURN.
Press X/x to select
MEMO) and press ENTER.
(TIME/
“DISC MEMO INPUT t” appears.
12(27)
18(34)
T
--:--:-DISC MEMO INPUT
DVD VIDEO
Using Various Additional Functions
C/X/x/c
To erase a character
1
Press . or > to move the cursor to
the character you want to erase in step 5
or 6 of “Labeling a disc.”
2
Press CLEAR.
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To insert a character
1
Press . or > to move the cursor to
the insertion point or the character you
want to correct in step 5 or 6 of “Labeling
a disc.”
2
Select a correct character by pressing C/
X/x/c or turning the click shuttle.
3
To insert a character, press ENTER.
To check the Disc Memo
Press “TIME/TEXT.”
The Disc Memo appears in the front panel
display and at the bottom of the TV screen.
Note
You can label up to 400 discs. When you have the
player store over 400 discs in memory, each new
Disc Memo erases the oldest Disc Memo from those
first stored.
Locking Discs
(CUSTOM PARENTAL CONTROL,
PARENTAL CONTROL)
You can set two kinds of playback restrictions
for the desired disc.
• Custom Parental Control
You can set playback restrictions so that the
player will not play inappropriate discs.
• Parental Control
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be
limited according to a predetermined level
such as the age of the users. Scenes may be
blocked or replaced with different scenes.
The same password is used for both Parental
Control and Custom Parental Control.
Number
buttons
H
X/x
x
ENTER
DISPLAY
ORETURN
Custom Parental Control
You can set the same Custom Parental
Control password for up to 400 discs. When
you set the 401st disc, the first disc is
canceled.
1
Insert a disc you want to lock (page
36).
If the disc is playing, press x to stop
playback.
2
Press DISPLAY.
The Control Menu appears.
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3
Press X/x to select
(PARENTAL CONTROL), then press
ENTER.
The options for “PARENTAL
CONTROL” appear.
To turn off the Custom Parental Control
function
1
Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Custom Parental
Control.”
2
Press X/x to select “OFF t,” then press
ENTER.
3
Enter your 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
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DVD VIDEO
:
:
To play a disc for which Custom Parental
Control is set
OFF
ON
PLAYER
PASSWORD
4
1
Press X/x to select “ON t,” then
press ENTER.
◆ If you have not entered a password
The display for registering a new
password appears.
Select the disc for which Custom Parental
Control is set.
The “CUSTOM PARENTAL
CONTROL” display appears.
CUSTOM PARENTAL CONTROL
Custom parental control is already
set. To play, enter your password
and press ENTER .
PARENTAL CONTROL
Enter a new 4-digit password,
then press ENTER .
2
◆ When you have already registered a
password
The display for entering the password
appears.
Parental Control (limited
playback)
PARENTAL CONTROL
Enter password, then press
5
z Hint
If you forget your password, enter the 6-digit
number “199703” using the number buttons when
the “CUSTOM PARENTAL CONTROL” display
asks you for your password, then press ENTER.
The display will ask you to enter a new 4-digit
password.
ENTER
.
Enter or re-enter your 4-digit password
using the number buttons, then press
ENTER.
“Custom parental control is set.” appears
and the screen returns to the Control
Menu.
Using Various Additional Functions
Enter a 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
The display for confirming the password
appears.
Enter your 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
The player is ready for playback.
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be
limited according to a predetermined level
such as the age of the users. The
“PARENTAL CONTROL” function allows
you to set a playback limitation level.
1
Press DISPLAY while the player is in
stop mode.
The Control Menu appears.
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2
Press X/x to select
(PARENTAL CONTROL), then press
ENTER.
5
The selection items for “STANDARD”
are displayed.
The options for “PARENTAL
CONTROL” appear.
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PARENTAL CONTROL
LEVEL:
STANDARD:
DVD VIDEO
:
:
OFF
ON
PLAYER
PASSWORD
3
6
Press X/x to select “PLAYER t,”
then press ENTER.
◆ If you have not entered a password
The display for registering a new
password appears.
7
◆ When you have already registered a
password
The display for entering the password
appears.
.
Enter or re-enter your 4-digit password
using the number buttons, then press
ENTER.
The display for setting the playback
limitation level appears.
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OFF
USA
OFF
OFF
8:
7:
6:
5:
8
NC17
R
Select the level you want using X/x,
then press ENTER.
Parental Control setting is complete.
PARENTAL CONTROL
LEVEL:
STANDARD:
PARENTAL CONTROL
PARENTAL CONTROL
LEVEL:
STANDARD:
Press X/x to select “LEVEL,” then
press ENTER.
PARENTAL CONTROL
LEVEL:
STANDARD:
Enter a 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
The display for confirming the password
appears.
4
Press X/x to select a geographic area
as the playback limitation level, then
press ENTER.
The selection items for “LEVEL” are
displayed.
Enter a new 4-digit password,
then press ENTER .
ENTER
OFF
USA
USA
OTHERS
The area is selected.
When you select “OTHERS t,” select
and enter a standard code in the table on
page 93.
PARENTAL CONTROL
Enter password, then press
Press X/x to select “STANDARD,”
then press ENTER.
4:
PG13
USA
The lower the value, the stricter the
limitation.
To turn off the Parental Control function
Set “LEVEL” to “OFF” in step 8.
To play a disc for which Parental Control is
set
1
Insert the disc and press H.
The display for entering your password
appears.
2
Enter your 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
The player starts playback.
z Hint
If you forget your password, press A to open the
disc tray and repeat steps 1 to 3 of “Parental Control
(limited playback).” When you are asked to enter
your password, enter “199703” using the number
buttons, then press ENTER. The display will ask
you to enter a new 4-digit password. After you enter
a new 4-digit password, press A to close the disc
tray and press H. When the display for entering
your password appears, enter your new password.
If you make a mistake entering your
password
Press C before you press ENTER and input
the correct number.
If you make a mistake
Press O RETURN.
To turn off the display
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the display
is turned off.
Notes
Changing the password
1
Press DISPLAY while the player is in
stop mode.
The Control Menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select
(PARENTAL CONTROL), then press
ENTER.
Using Various Additional Functions
• When you play discs which do not have the
Parental Control function, playback cannot be
limited on this player.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to
change the parental control level while playing
the disc. In this case, enter your password, then
change the level. If the Resume Play mode is
canceled, the level returns to the previous level.
The options for “PARENTAL
CONTROL” appear.
3
Press X/x to select “PASSWORD
t,” then press ENTER.
The display for entering the password
appears.
4
Enter your 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
5
Enter a new 4-digit password using the
number buttons, then press ENTER.
6
To confirm your password, re-enter it
using the number buttons, then press
ENTER.
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Controlling Your TV or AV
Amplifier (Receiver) With
the Supplied Remote
By adjusting the remote signal, you can
control your TV with the supplied remote.
If you connect the player to an AV amplifier
(receiver), you can control the volume with
the supplied remote.
TV/DVD
switch
Number
buttons
[/1
Turns the TV on or off
2 +/–
Adjusts the volume of the TV
Number buttons, Selects the channel of the TV
-/--* and ENTER
WIDE MODE
Switches to or from the wide
mode of a Sony wide TV
TV/VIDEO
Switches the TV’s input
source between the TV and
other input sources
The button works even if the
TV/DVD switch is set to
DVD
[/1
TV/VIDEO
* If you use number buttons to select the TV’s
programme position, press -/-- followed by the
number buttons for two-digit numbers.
WIDE MODE
Code numbers of controllable TVs
2 +/–
-/-ENTER
Notes
• Depending on the unit being connected, you may
not be able to control your TV using some of the
buttons below.
• If you enter a new code number, the code number
previously entered will be erased.
• When you replace the remote’s batteries, the code
number you have set may be reset to the default
setting. Set the appropriate code number again.
Manufacturer
Code number
Sony
01 (default)
Aiwa
01
Grundig
11
Hitachi
23,24,72
Loewe
06,45
Nokia
15,16,69,73
Panasonic
17,49
Philips
06,07,08,23,45,72
Saba
12,13,36,43,74,75
Controlling TVs with the remote
Samsung
06,22,23,71,72
1
2
Sanyo
25
Sharp
29
Telefunken
12,13,36,43,74,75
3
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If more than one code number is listed, try
entering them one at a time until you find the
one that works with your TV.
Slide the TV/DVD switch to TV.
Hold down [/1, and enter the
manufacturer’s code for your TV using
the number buttons (see “Code
numbers of controllable TVs” below).
Thomson
12,13,43,74,75
Toshiba
38
Release [/1.
LG
06
When the TV/DVD switch is set to TV,
the remote performs the following:
JVC
33
Controlling the volume of your
AV amplifier (receiver) with the
remote
1
2
3
Slide the TV/DVD switch to DVD.
Hold down [/1, and enter the
manufacturer’s code for your AV
amplifier (receiver) using the number
buttons (see “Code numbers of
controllable AV amplifiers (receiver)”
below).
Release [/1.
The 2 +/– buttons control the AV
amplifier’s volume.
◆ If you want to control the TV volume
Slide the TV/DVD switch to TV.
Code numbers of controllable AV
amplifiers (receivers)
Manufacturer
Code number
Sony*
78, 79, 80, 91
Denon
84, 85, 86
Kenwood
92, 93
Onkyo
81, 82, 83
Pioneer
99
Sansui
87
Technics
97, 98
Yamaha
94, 95, 96
Using Various Additional Functions
If more than one code number is listed, try
entering them one at a time until you find the
one that works with your AV amplifier
(receiver).
* If you cannot control the volume of your Sony AV
amplifier (receiver) with the remote, try entering
the code number 91, and change the command
mode of your amplifier (receiver) to
“COMMAND MODE [AV1]” (not all amplifiers
have this option).
Refer to the instructions supplied with your
amplifier (receiver) to change the command
mode.
z Hint
If you want to control the TV’s volume even when
the TV/DVD switch is set to DVD, repeat steps 1
and 2, and then enter the code number 90 (default).
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3 Press X/x to select “CUSTOM,”
Settings and Adjustments
Using the Setup Display
By using the Setup Display, you can make
various adjustments to items such as picture
and sound. You can also set a language for the
subtitles and the Setup Display, among other
things. For details on each Setup Display
item, see pages 75 to 84.
Note
Playback settings stored in the disc take priority
over the Setup Display settings and not all of the
functions described may work.
then press ENTER.
The Setup Display appears.
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD:
MENU:
AUDIO:
SUBTITLE:
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
4 Press X/x to select the setup item
from the displayed list:
“LANGUAGE SETUP,” “SCREEN
SETUP,” “CUSTOM SETUP,”
“AUDIO SETUP” or “SPEAKER
SETUP.” Then press ENTER.
The Setup item is selected.
Example: “SCREEN SETUP”
Selected item
X/x
ENTER
DISPLAY
SCREEN SETUP
16:9
TV TYPE:
AUTO
HDMI RESOLUTION:
ON
SCREEN SAVER:
JACKET PICTURE
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
FULL
4:3 OUTPUT:
VIDEO
LINE:
Setup items
1 Press DISPLAY when the player is 5 Press X/x to select an item, then
in stop mode.
press ENTER.
The Control Menu appears.
The options for the selected item appear.
Example: “TV TYPE”
2 Press X/x to select
(SETUP), then press ENTER.
The options for “SETUP” appear.
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DVD VIDEO
:
QUICK
CUSTOM
RESET
SLEEP
QUICK
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:
SCREEN SETUP
16:9
TV TYPE:
16:9
HDMI RESOLUTION:
4:3 LETTER BOX
SCREEN SAVER:
4:3 PAN SCAN
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
FULL
4:3 OUTPUT:
VIDEO
LINE:
Options
6 Press X/x to select a setting, then
press ENTER.
The setting is selected and setup is
complete.
Example: “4:3LETTER BOX”
Setting the Display or
Sound Track Language
(LANGUAGE SETUP)
Selected setting
SCREEN SETUP
4:3 LETTER BOX
TV TYPE:
AUTO
HDMI RESOLUTION:
ON
SCREEN SAVER:
JACKET PICTURE
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
FULL
4:3 OUTPUT:
VIDEO
LINE:
“LANGUAGE SETUP” allows you to set
various languages for the on-screen display or
sound track.
Select “LANGUAGE SETUP” in the Setup
Display. To use the display, see “Using the
Setup Display” (page 74).
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD:
MENU:
AUDIO:
SUBTITLE:
To turn off the display
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
Press DISPLAY repeatedly until the display
is turned off.
To enter the Quick Setup mode
Select “QUICK” in step 3. Follow from step
5 of the Quick Setup explanation to make
basic adjustments (page 32).
To reset all of the “SETUP” settings
Select “RESET” in step 3 and press
ENTER.
2
3
Select “YES” using X/x.
Press ENTER.
All of the settings explained on pages 75
to 84 return to the default settings. Do not
press [/1 while resetting the player as it
takes a few seconds to complete.
To set the sleep timer
1
Select “SLEEP” after step 2 and press
ENTER.
2
Select the desired time using X/x.
The unit of time increment is minutes.
3
Press ENTER.
Switches the display language on the screen.
◆ MENU (DVD VIDEO only)
You can select the desired language for the
disc’s menu.
◆ AUDIO (DVD VIDEO only)
Switches the language of the sound track.
◆ SUBTITLE (DVD VIDEO only)
Switches the language of the subtitle recorded
on the DVD VIDEO.
z Hint
If you select “OTHERS t” in “MENU,”
“SUBTITLE,” and “AUDIO,” select and enter a
language code from “Language Code List” on
page 93 using the number buttons.
Settings and Adjustments
1
◆ OSD (On-Screen Display)
Note
When you select a language in “MENU,”
“SUBTITLE,” or “AUDIO” that is not recorded on
the DVD VIDEO, one of the recorded languages
will be automatically selected.
Note
You cannot check the elapsed time after you set the
sleep timer.
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Settings for the Display
(SCREEN SETUP)
Choose settings according to the TV to be
connected.
Select “SCREEN SETUP” in the Setup
Display. To use the display, see “Using the
Setup Display” on page 74.
The default settings are underlined.
SCREEN SETUP
16:9
TV TYPE:
AUTO
HDMI RESOLUTION:
ON
SCREEN SAVER:
JACKET PICTURE
BACKGROUND:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL:
OFF
BLACK LEVEL(COMPONENT OUT):
INTERLACE
COMPONENT OUT:
FULL
4:3 OUTPUT:
VIDEO
LINE:
Note
Depending on the DVD, “4:3 LETTER BOX” may
be selected automatically instead of “4:3 PAN
SCAN” or vice versa.
◆ HDMI RESOLUTION
Selects the type of video signals output from
the HDMI OUT jack. When you select
AUTO (default), the player outputs video
signals of the highest resolution acceptable
for your TV. If the picture is not clear, natural
or to your satisfaction, try another option that
suits the disc and your TV/projector, etc. For
details, refer also to the instruction manual
supplied with the TV/projector, etc.
AUTO
1280×720p
Sends 1280×720p video
signals.
720×480/
576p
Sends 720×480/576p video
signals.
◆ TV TYPE
Selects the aspect ratio of the connected TV
(4:3 standard or wide).
16:9
Select this when you connect a
wide-screen TV or a TV with a
wide mode function.
Normally, select this.
1920×1080i Sends 1920×1080i video
signals.
Note
4:3 LETTER Select this when you connect a
BOX
4:3 screen TV. Displays a wide
picture with bands on the upper
and lower portions of the
screen.
Even when a setting other than “AUTO” is selected
and the connected TV cannot accept the resolution,
the player automatically adjusts the video signals
that are suitable for the TV.
4:3 PAN
SCAN
The screen saver image appears when you
leave the player in pause or stop mode for 15
minutes, or when you play a Super Audio CD,
CD, or DATA CD (MP3 audio) for more than
15 minutes. The screen saver will help
prevent your display device from becoming
damaged (ghosting). Press H to turn off the
screen saver.
Select this when you connect a
4:3 screen TV. Automatically
displays the wide picture on the
entire screen and cuts off the
portions that do not fit.
16:9
◆ SCREEN SAVER
ON
Turns on the screen saver.
OFF
Turns off the screen saver.
4:3 LETTER BOX
◆ BACKGROUND
4:3 PAN SCAN
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Selects the background colour or picture on
the TV screen in stop mode or while playing
a Super Audio CD, CD, or DATA CD (MP3
audio).
JACKET
PICTURE
The jacket picture (still picture)
appears, but only when the
jacket picture is already
recorded on the disc (DVD,
etc.). If the disc does not
contain a jacket picture, the
“GRAPHICS” picture appears.
GRAPHICS A preset picture stored in the
player appears.
BLUE
The background colour is blue.
BLACK
The background colour is black.
◆ BLACK LEVEL
Selects the black level (setup level) for the
video (NTSC) signals output from the jacks
other than COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/
HDMI OUT jacks.
OFF
Lowers the standard black
level. Use this when the picture
becomes too white.
ON
Sets the black level of the
output signal to the standard
level.
When the setting is changed, the confirmation
display appears. If you do not select “Yes” or
“No” within about 10 seconds, the setting is
canceled and the display returns to the Setup
Display.
To force the system to switch to interlace
when “PROGRESSIVE” is selected
Hold down x on the player and press PLAY
on the player.
◆ 4:3 OUTPUT
This setting is effective only when you set
“TV TYPE” in “SCREEN SETUP” to
“16:9.” If you can change the aspect ratio on
your progressive format (480p) compatible
TV, change the setting on your TV, not the
player.
Note that this setting is effective only for
HDMI connection, or progressive signals
output from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks.
Select this when you can change
the aspect ratio on your TV.
NORMAL
Select this when you cannot
change the aspect ratio on your
TV. Shows a 16:9 aspect ratio
signal with black bands on left
and right sides of the image.
◆ BLACK LEVEL (COMPONENT OUT)
Selects the black level (setup level) for the
video (NTSC) signals output from the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. You
cannot select this when the player outputs
progressive signals (page 77).
OFF
ON
Sets the black level of the
output signal to the standard
level. Normally select this
position.
Raises the standard black level.
Use this setting when the
picture appears too dark.
◆ COMPONENT OUT
Selects the type of signal output from the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. See page
89 for more information about the two
different signal types.
INTERLACE
Select this when the
player is connected to a
standard (interlace
format) TV.
PROGRESSIVE Select this when you have
a TV that can accept
progressive signals.
16:9 aspect ratio TV
◆ LINE
Settings and Adjustments
FULL
Selects video signals output from the LINE
(RGB)-TV jack on the rear panel of the
player.
VIDEO
Outputs video signals.
S VIDEO
Outputs S video signals.
RGB
Outputs RGB signals.
• If your TV does not accept S video or the RGB
signals, no picture will appear on the TV screen,
even if you select “S VIDEO” or “RGB.” Refer to
the instructions supplied with your TV.
• If your TV has only one SCART (EURO AV)
jack, do not select “S VIDEO.”
• When you select “RGB,” you cannot use the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks.
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Custom Settings (CUSTOM
SETUP)
Use this to make playback related
adjustments and other settings.
Select “CUSTOM SETUP” in the Setup
Display. To use the display, see “Using the
Setup Display” (page 74).
The default settings are underlined.
CUSTOM SETUP
AUTO POWER OFF:
AUTO PLAY:
PAUSE MODE:
PLAYBACK MEMORY:
MULTI-DISC RESUME:
JPEG DATE:
OFF
OFF
AUTO
ON
ON
DD/MM/YYYY
◆ AUTO POWER OFF
Switches the Auto Power Off setting on or
off.
OFF
Switches this function off.
ON
The player enters standby mode
when left in stop mode for more
than 30 minutes.
◆ AUTO PLAY
◆ PLAYBACK MEMORY (DVD VIDEO/
VIDEO CD/DATA CD (JPEG) only)
The player can store “VIDEO CONTROL” of
each disc for up to 400 discs (Playback
Memory).
Set this function “ON” or “OFF.”
ON
Stores the settings in memory
when you eject the disc or
when you set the player to
standby mode with the disc still
inserted.
OFF
Does not store the settings in
memory.
Note
The player can store the settings of up to 400 discs.
When you store the setting of disc number 401, the
first disc setting is canceled.
◆ MULTI-DISC RESUME (DVD VIDEO/
VIDEO CD only)
Switches the Multi-disc Resume setting on or
off. Resume playback can be stored in
memory for up to 40 different DVD VIDEOs/
VIDEO CDs (page 38).
ON
Stores the resume setting in
memory for up to 40 discs.
OFF
Does not store the resume
setting in memory. Playback
restarts at the resume point only
for the current disc in the player.
Switches the Auto Play setting on or off. This
function is useful when the player is
connected to a timer (not supplied).
OFF
Switches this function off.
◆ JPEG DATA (DATA CD only)
ON
Automatically starts playback
when the player is turned on.
Change the data information order of a JPEG
image.
DD/MM/YYYY
◆ PAUSE MODE (DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW
only)
Selects the picture in pause mode.
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AUTO
The picture, including subjects
that move dynamically, is
output with no jitter. Normally
select this position.
FRAME
The picture, including subjects
that do not move dynamically,
is output in high resolution.
YYYY/MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
YYYY; Year
MM; Month
DD; Day
Settings for the Sound (AUDIO SETUP)
“AUDIO SETUP” allows you to set the sound according to the playback and connection
conditions.
Select “AUDIO SETUP” in the Setup Display. To use the display, see “Using the Setup
Display” (page 74).
The default settings are underlined.
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO ATT:
AUDIO DRC:
AUDIO FILTER:
DOWNMIX:
DIGITAL OUT:
AUDIO(HDMI):
OFF
STANDARD
SHARP
DOLBY SURROUND
AUTO
Jack affected by the “AUDIO SETUP” item
Item
Jack
AUDIO
OUT L/R
1/2
5.1CH
OUTPUT
DIGITAL
OUT
(COAXIAL/
OPTICAL)
HDMI OUT i.LINK
S200
(AUDIO)
a
a
–
–
–
–
a
–
–
–
AUDIO FILTER
a
a
–
–
–
DOWNMIX
a
–
a
a
a
ON/OFF
–
–
a
–
–
DOLBY DIGITAL
–
–
a
a*
a
MPEG
–
–
a
a*
a
DTS
–
–
a
a*
48 kHz/96 kHz PCM
–
–
a
–
a**
–
–
–
a
–
DIGITAL OUT
AUDIO (HDMI)
a
Settings and Adjustments
AUDIO ATT
AUDIO DRC
*
When a component that cannot receive the selected signal is connected to the HDMI OUT jack, the setting
may be automatically changed to the setting that can be received.
** Depending on the disc, 48 kHz/16 bit PCM will be output even if you set “48 kHz/96 kHz PCM” to
“96kHz/24bit.”
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◆ AUDIO ATT (attenuation)
If the playback sound is distorted, set this
item to “ON.” The player reduces the audio
output level.
This function affects the output of the
following jacks:
– AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2 jacks
– 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks
OFF
Normally, select this position.
ON
Select this when the playback sound
from the speakers is distorted.
◆ AUDIO DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
(DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW only)
Allows smaller sound to be heard at low
volume when playing a DVD that conforms
to “AUDIO DRC.” This feature applies only
to Dolby Digital-encoded soundtracks. This
affects the output from the following jacks:
– 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks
◆ DOWNMIX (DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW only)
Switches the method for mixing down to 2
channels when you play a DVD which has
rear sound elements (channels) or is recorded
in Dolby Digital format. For details on the
rear signal components, see “Displaying the
disc’s audio information” (page 55). This
function affects the output of the following
jacks:
– AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2 jacks
– DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT/i.LINK jacks when “DOLBY
DIGITAL” or “DTS” is set to “D-PCM”
(page 81).
STANDARD Normally select this position.
DOLBY
SURROUND
Normally select this position.
Multi-channel audio signals are
output to two channels for
enjoying surround sounds.
WIDE
RANGE
NORMAL
Multi-channel audio signals are
downmixed to two channels for
use with your stereo.
Gives you the feeling of being
at a live performance.
Notes
• When “DOLBY DIGITAL” is set to “D-PCM,”
you cannot set “AUDIO DRC” to “WIDE
RANGE.” Even if you have already set “AUDIO
DRC” to “WIDE RANGE,” when you set
“DOLBY DIGITAL” to “D-PCM,” “AUDIO
DRC” is changed to “STANDARD” forcibly.
• When “AUDIO DRC” is set to “WIDE RANGE,”
sound may not be output from the component
connected to the AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2 or HDMI
jack.
◆ AUDIO FILTER (except Super Audio CD)
Selects a digital filter to reduce noise above
22.05 kHz (Sampling frequency (Fs) of the
audio source is 44.1 kHz), 24 kHz (Fs is 48
kHz), or 48 kHz (Fs is above 96 kHz).
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Note
There may be little effect by changing the digital
filter depending on the disc or playback
environment.
SHARP
Provides a wide frequency
range and spatial feeling.
SLOW
Provides smooth and warm
sound.
◆ DIGITAL OUT (except Super Audio CD)
Selects if audio signals are output via the
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)
jack.
ON
Normally select this position.
OFF
The influence of the digital circuit
upon the analog circuit is minimal.If
you are using the HDMI OUT jack,
PCM sound will be output depending
on the connected equipment.
If the signal is encrypted for copyright
protection purposes, the signal is only
output as 48 kHz/16 bit PCM.
◆ DOLBY DIGITAL (DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW
only)
Selects the type of Dolby Digital signal.
D-PCM
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component lacking a built-in
Dolby Digital decoder. You can
select whether the signals
conform to Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic) or not by making
adjustments to the
“DOWNMIX” item in
“AUDIO SETUP” (page 80).
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component with a built-in
Dolby Digital decoder.
◆ MPEG (DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW only)
Selects the type of MPEG audio signal.
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component without a built-in
MPEG decoder. If you play
MPEG audio sound tracks, the
player outputs stereo signals
via the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL or COAXIAL)
jack.
MPEG
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component with a built-in
MPEG decoder.
◆ DTS (DVD VIDEO/DTS-CD)
Selects the type of DTS signal.
D-PCM
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component without a built-in
DTS decoder.
DTS
Select this when the player is
connected to an audio
component with a built-in DTS
decoder.
Selects the sampling frequency of the audio
signal.
48kHz/16bit The audio signals of DVD
VIDEOs are always converted
to 48 kHz/16 bit.
96kHz/24bit All types of signals including
96 kHz/24 bit are output in their
original format. However, if the
signal is encrypted for
copyright protection purposes,
the signal is only output as
48kHz/16bit.
Notes
• The analog audio signals from the AUDIO OUT
L/R 1/2 jacks and 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks are not
affected by this setting.
• If the HDMI OUT jack is connected to equipment
not compatible with 96 kHz/24 bit signals,
48 kHz/16 bit PCM will be automatically output
even when you select “96 kHz/24 bit.”
• Super Audio CD audio signals are not output from
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/
HDMI OUT jack.
• If you connect a component that does not conform
to the selected audio signal, a loud noise (or no
sound) will come out from the speakers,
damaging your ears or speakers.
• When audio signals are output from the HDMI
OUT jack/i.LINK S200 (AUDIO) jack, the
settings of “DIGITAL OUT” (except ON/OFF
setting) are available.
◆ AUDIO (HDMI)
Selects the type of audio signal output from
the HDMI OUT jack.
AUTO
Normally, select this. Outputs
audio signals according to the
“DIGITAL OUT” settings
(page 80).
PCM
Converts Dolby Digital, DTS,
or 96 kHz/24 bit PCM signals to
48 kHz/16 bit PCM.
Settings and Adjustments
PCM
◆ 48 kHz/96 kHz PCM (DVD VIDEO only)
Note
Note
When “DTS” is set to “DTS” and a DTS-CD is
played back, audio signals are not output from the
AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2 jacks. When a component
that cannot receive the stream signal of DTS is
connected to the HDMI OUT jack, audio signals are
not output from the HDMI OUT jack.
A loud noise (or no sound) will be output if you
connect the player to a TV that is not compatible
with DOLBY DIGITAL/DTS signals and “AUTO”
is selected. In this case, select “PCM.”
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Settings for the Speakers
(SPEAKER SETUP)
3 Set the following items in the
order that they are explained
below.
The default settings are underlined.
To obtain the best possible surround sound,
set the size of the speakers you have
connected and their distance from your
listening position. Then use the test tone to
adjust the volume of the speakers to the same
level.
This setting is effective when connecting the
speaker with 5.1 CH OUTPUT jacks (page
25).
You can create two different Speaker Setup
settings, one for Super Audio CDs and one for
all other types of discs. When you use the
i.LINK connection, it is not available.
1 Follow steps 1 through 4 of “Using
the Setup Display” (page 74) to
select “SPEAKER SETUP” in the
Setup display.
SPEAKER SETUP
DVD:
SUPER AUDIO CD:
To return to the default setting
Select the item, then press CLEAR. Note that
only the “SIZE” setting does not return to the
default setting.
◆ SIZE
Selects the size of the speakers.
• FRONT
LARGE
Normally select this position.
SMALL
Select this when the speaker
cannot reproduce adequate bass
frequencies.
• CENTER
LARGE
Normally select this position.
SMALL
Select this when the speaker
cannot reproduce adequate bass
frequencies.
NONE
Select this if you do not connect
a centre speaker.
• REAR
LARGE
Normally select this position.
Select according to the rear
speakers position.
SMALL
Select this when the sound
distorts or the surround effects
are difficult to hear.
Select according to the rear
speaker position.
NONE
Select this if you do not connect
rear speakers.
2 Select “DVD” or “SUPER AUDIO
CD” using X/x, then press ENTER.
Example: when “DVD” is selected.
SPEAKER SETUP (DVD)
SIZE:
DISTANCE:
LEVEL(FRONT):
LEVEL(REAR):
OFF
TEST TONE:
FRONT:
CENTER:
REAR:
SUBWOOFER:
To set, press
To quit press
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, then ENTER .
SETUP
DISPLAY
LARGE
LARGE
LARGE
YES
• SUBWOOFER
YES
Select this if you connect a
subwoofer to output the LFE
(low frequency effect) signals
from the subwoofer.
NONE
Select this if you do not connect
a subwoofer.
Notes
• If your speakers are too small to reproduce low
bass frequencies, utilize a subwoofer for low
frequency sound. When you set the speaker
settings to “SMALL,” the bass redirection
circuitry will be activated and the bass
frequencies for the speakers are output from the
subwoofer.
• Even if there are fewer than 6 speakers connected,
the player distributes the audio signal components
to the front speakers.
• When you set the front speaker setting to
“SMALL,” you cannot set the centre and rear
speaker settings to “LARGE,” and the subwoofer
setting to “NONE.”
◆ DISTANCE
B
D
A
(0.3~9 m)
C
A
(0.3~9 m)
C
FRONT
(3 m)
Set this between 0.3 and
9 m in 0.3 m increments.
CENTER (3 m) Set this within –1.5 m of the
“FRONT” setting in 0.3 m
increments. For example, if
“FRONT” is set to 6 m,
“CENTER” can be set
between 4.5 and 6 m.
REAR (3 m)
Set this within –4.5 m of the
“FRONT” setting in 0.3 m
increments. For example, if
“FRONT” is set to 6 m,
“REAR” can be set
between 1.5 and 6 m.
SUB WOOFER Set this within –4.5 m of the
(3 m)
“FRONT” setting in 0.3 m
increments. For example, if
“FRONT” is set to 6 m,
“SUB WOOFER” can be
set between 1.5 and 6 m.
Notes
• If each of the front or rear speakers are not placed
at an equal distance from your listening position,
set the distance according to the closest speaker.
• The minimum distance is 0.3 m.
◆ LEVEL (FRONT)
Varies the level of the front speakers. Be sure
to set “TEST TONE” to “ON” for easy
adjustment.
The default adjustments are in parentheses.
L (0 dB)
Set this between –6 dB and 0
dB in 0.5 dB increments.
R (0 dB)
Set this between –6 dB and 0
dB in 0.5 dB increments.
CENTER
(0 dB)
Set this between –12 dB and
0 dB in 0.5 dB increments.
Settings and Adjustments
Sets the distance from your listening position
to the speakers.
Set the distance to your front speakers in
“FRONT” first (A). Then adjust the values in
“CENTER” (centre speaker B), “REAR”
(rear speaker C), and “SUBWOOFER” (D)
to reflect the actual distance to your centre
speaker, rear speakers, and subwoofer.
Be sure to change the value in the Setup
Display each time you move the speakers.
Start from the front speaker. The default
adjustments are in parentheses.
SUBWOOFER Set this between –10 dB and
(0 dB)
0 dB in 0.5 dB increments.
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◆ LEVEL (REAR)
Varies the level of the rear speakers. Be sure
to set “TEST TONE” to “ON” for easy
adjustment.
The default adjustments are in parentheses.
L (0 dB)
Set this between –12 dB and
0 dB in 0.5 dB increments.
R (0 dB)
Set this between –12 dB and
0 dB in 0.5 dB increments.
To adjust the volume of all the speakers at
one time
Use the amplifier’s (receiver’s) volume
control.
◆ TEST TONE
The speakers will emit a test tone. Use this
when you use the 5.1CH OUTPUT jacks and
adjust “LEVEL.”
OFF
The test tone is not emitted
from the speakers.
ON
The test tone is emitted from
each speaker in sequence.
Adjusting the speaker volume
and level
1
Select “SPEAKER SETUP” in the Setup
Display.
2
Select “TEST TONE” and set to “ON.”
You will hear the test tone from each
speaker in sequence.
3
From your listening position, select
“LEVEL (FRONT)” or “LEVEL (REAR)”
and adjust the value using X/x.
4
Select “TEST TONE” and set to “OFF”
to turn off the test tone.
Note
The test tone signals are not output from the
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/ HDMI
OUT/ i.LINK S200 (AUDIO) jack.
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following
difficulties while using the player, use this
troubleshooting guide to help remedy the
problem before requesting repairs. Should
any problem persist, reset the player (page 75)
or reconnect the mains lead. If the problem
still persists, consult your nearest Sony
dealer.
Power
The power is not turned on.
, Check that the mains lead is connected
securely.
Picture
There is no picture/picture noise appears.
The picture does not fill the screen, even
though the aspect ratio is set in “TV TYPE”
under “SCREEN SET UP.”
, The aspect ratio of the disc is fixed on your
DVD.
Sound
There is no sound.
, Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
, The connecting cord is damaged.
, The player is connected to the wrong input
jack on the amplifier (receiver) (page 23,
24, 25).
, The amplifier (receiver) input is not
correctly set.
, The player is in pause mode or in Slowmotion Play mode.
, The player is in fast forward or fast reverse
mode.
, When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output only from the i.LINK
S200 (AUDIO) jack.
, If the audio signal does not come through
the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL or
OPTICAL)/ HDMI OUT jack, check the
audio settings (page 79).
, Super Audio CD audio signals are not
output from the DIGITAL OUT
(COAXIAL or OPTICAL)/ HDMI OUT
jack.
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, Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
, The connecting cord is damaged.
, Check the connection to your TV (page 17)
and switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the player appears on
the TV screen.
, The disc is dirty or flawed.
, If the picture output from your player goes
through your VCR to get to your TV or if
you are connected to a combination TV/
VIDEO player, the copy-protection signal
applied to some DVD programmes could
affect picture quality. If you still experience
problems even when you connect your
player directly to your TV, try connecting
your player to your TV’s S VIDEO input
(page 17).
, You have set “COMPONENT OUT” in
“SCREEN SETUP” to “PROGRESSIVE”
even though your TV cannot accept the
signal in progressive format. In this case, set
“COMPONENT OUT” to “INTERLACE.”
, Even if your TV is compatible with
progressive format 525/625p signals, the
image may be affected when you set
“COMPONENT OUT” to
“PROGRESSIVE.” In this case, set
“COMPONENT OUT” to “INTERLACE.”
, The VIDEO OFF function takes effect
(page 36).
, The player is connected to an input device
that is not HDCP compliant (the HDMI
indicator on the front panel does not light
up). See page 18.
, If the HDMI OUT jack is used for video
output, changing the “HDMI
RESOLUTION” setting in “SCREEN
SETUP” may solve the problem (page 76).
Connect the TV and the player using a video
jack other than the HDMI OUT jack, and
switch the TV’s input to the connected
video input so that you can see the on-screen
displays. Change the “HDMI
RESOLUTION” setting in “SCREEN
SETUP,” and switch the TV’s input back to
HDMI. If the picture still does not appear,
repeat the steps and try other options.
, You have set “LINE” in “SCREEN
SETUP” to “RGB.” When you select
“RGB,” you cannot use the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks.
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, The equipment connected to the HDMI
OUT jack does not conform to the audio
signal format, in this case set
“AUDIO(HDMI)” in “AUDIO SETUP” to
“PCM” (page 81).
, Set “AUDIO DRC” to “STANDARD”
(page 80).
No sound is output from the HDMI OUT
jack
, The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI
device (DVI jacks do not accept audio
signals).
, The HDMI OUT jack does not output Super
Audio CD sound.
, The VIDEO OFF function is set to on.
, Set “AUDIO (HDMI)” in “AUDIO
SETUP” to “PCM” (page 81).
, When the i.LINK indicator lights up, audio
signals are output only from the i.LINK
S200 (AUDIO) jack.
Sound distortion occurs.
, Set “AUDIO ATT” in “AUDIO SETUP” to
“ON” (page 80).
The volume is low.
, Set “AUDIO ATT” in “AUDIO SETUP” to
“OFF” (page 80).
The surround effect is difficult to hear
when playing a Dolby Digital, or DTS
sound track.
, Check the speaker connections and settings
(page 25, 32, 80).
, 5.1 channel sound is not recorded on the
disc being played.
The sound only comes from the centre
speaker.
, Depending on the disc, the sound may come
from the centre speaker only.
The settings of “SPEAKER SETUP” are not
usable.
, The settings are not usable when you use the
i.LINK connection.
Operation
The remote does not function.
, The batteries in the remote are weak.
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, There are obstacles between the remote and
the player.
, The distance between the remote and the
player is too far.
, The remote is not pointed at the remote
sensor on the player.
, The COMMAND MODE switch setting on
the remote does not match the setting on the
player (page 16).
The disc does not play.
, The disc is skewed.
, The player cannot play certain discs (page
6).
, The region code on the DVD does not match
the player.
, Moisture has condensed inside the player
(page 3).
, The player cannot play a recorded disc that
is not correctly finalized (page 7).
The MP3 audio track cannot be played
(page 42).
, The DATA CD is not recorded in an MP3
format that conforms to ISO9660 Level 1/
Level 2 or Joliet.
, The MP3 audio track does not have the
extension “.MP3.”
, The sampling frequencies of MP3 files are
other than 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
, The data is not formatted in MP3 even
though it has the extension “.MP3.”
, The data is not MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 data.
, The player cannot play audio tracks in
MP3PRO format.
The JPEG image file cannot be played
(page 61).
, The DATA CD is not recorded in a JPEG
format that conforms to ISO 9660 Level 1/
Level 2, or Joliet.
, The file has an extension other than
“.JPEG” or “.JPG.”
, The image is larger than 5760 (width) ×
3840 (height) in normal mode, or more than
8 M pixels in progressive JPEG. (Some
progressive JPEG files cannot be displayed
even if the file size is within this specified
capacity.)
, The image does not fit the screen (the image
is reduced).
, “MODE (MP3, JPEG)” is set to “AUDIO
(MP3)” (page 65).
The title of the MP3 audio album or track
is not correctly displayed.
, The player can only display numbers and
alphabet. Other characters are displayed as
“*.”
, If the MP3 audio track being played back
has an ID3 tag, the ID3 tag information is
displayed as the track name.
The disc does not start playing from the
beginning.
, Programme Play, Shuffle Play, Repeat Play,
or A-B Repeat Play has been selected (page
42).
, Resume play has taken effect (page 38).
, Multilingual subtitles are not recorded on
the DVD being played.
, The DVD prohibits the changing of
subtitles.
The angles cannot be changed.
, Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the
direct selection button on the remote (page
39).
, Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD
being played.
, The angle can only be changed when the
“ANGLE” indicator lights up on the front
panel display (page 9).
, The DVD prohibits changing of the angles.
The player does not operate properly.
The player starts playing the disc
automatically.
, The disc features an auto playback function.
, “AUTO PLAY” in “CUSTOM SETUP” is
set to “ON” (page 78).
Playback stops automatically.
, While playing discs with an auto pause
signal, the player stops playback at the auto
pause signal.
, Depending on the disc, you may not be able
to do some of the operations above. Refer to
the operating manual that comes with the
disc.
The language for the sound track cannot
be changed.
, Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the
direct selection button on the remote (page
39).
, Multilingual tracks are not recorded on the
DVD being played.
, The DVD prohibits the changing of the
language for the sound track.
The subtitle language cannot be changed
or turned off.
, Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the
direct selection button on the remote (page
39).
The disc tray does not open and “LOCKED”
appears on the front panel display.
, Child Lock is set (page 37).
The disc tray does not open and “TRAY
LOCKED” appears on the front panel
display.
, Contact your Sony dealer or local
authorized Sony service facility.
“Data error” appears on the TV screen
when playing a DATA CD.
, The MP3 audio track/JPEG image file you
want to play is broken.
, The data is not MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 data.
, The JPEG image file format does not
conform to DCF (page 61).
, The JPEG image file has the extension
“.JPG” or “.JPEG,” but is not in JPEG
format.
Additional Information
Some functions such as Stop, Search,
Slow-motion Play, Repeat Play, Shuffle
Play, or Programme Play cannot be
performed.
, When static electricity, etc., causes the
player to operate abnormally, unplug the
player.
The setting of TV input is changed
automatically.
, The setting of TV input may be changed
automatically when you set the VIDEO
OFF function to on.
The setting of “AUDIO DRC” cannot be
changed.
, “DOLBY DIGITAL” in “DIGITAL OUT”
is set to “D-PCM” (page 81).
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The front panel display is dark or turned
off.
Glossary
, The DIMMER function is set to on (page
10).
Chapter (page 9, 13, 48)
Error messages
BUSFULL
Since the i.LINK bus is busy with other
connected component’s output signals,
audio signals cannot be output.
, Stop sending output signals from connected
components (Turn off the component or
press the STOP button, etc.). Turn off the
player, then turn on the player and start
playback again.
LOOP CONNECT
i.LINK connection is caught in a loop.
, Check the connection (page 27).
Sections of a picture or a music feature that
are smaller than titles. A title is composed of
several chapters. Depending on the disc, no
chapters may be recorded.
Dolby Digital (page 25, 81)
Digital audio compression technology
developed by Dolby Laboratories. This
technology conforms to multi-channel
surround sound. The rear channel is stereo
and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in
this format. Dolby Digital provides the same
discrete channels of high quality digital audio
found in “Dolby Digital” theater surround
sound systems. Good channel separation is
realized because all of the channel data are
recorded discretely and little deterioration is
realized because all channel data processing
is digital.
Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) (page 24, 80)
Audio signal processing technology that
Dolby Laboratories developed for surround
sound. When the input signal contains a
surround component, the Pro Logic process
outputs the front, centre and rear signals. The
rear channel is monaural.
DTS (page 25, 81)
Digital audio compression technology that
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. developed. This
technology conforms to multi-channel
surround sound. The rear channel is stereo
and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in
this format. DTS provides discrete channels
of high quality digital audio.
Good channel separation is realized because
all of the channel data is recorded discretely
and little deterioration is realized because all
channel data processing is digital.
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DVD VIDEO (page 6)
A disc that contains up to 8 hours of moving
pictures even though its diameter is the same
as a CD.
The data capacity of a single-layer and singlesided DVD is 4.7 GB (Giga Byte), which is 7
times that of a CD. The data capacity of a
double-layer and single-sided DVD is 8.5
GB, a single-layer and double-sided DVD is
9.4 GB, and double-layer and double-sided
DVD is 17 GB.
The picture data uses the MPEG 2 format, one
of the worldwide standards of digital
compression technology. The picture data is
compressed to about 1/40 (average) of its
original size. The DVD also uses a variable
rate coding technology that changes the data
to be allocated according to the status of the
picture. Audio information is recorded in a
multi-channel format, such as Dolby Digital,
allowing you to enjoy a more real audio
presence.
Furthermore, various advanced functions
such as the multi-angle, multilingual, and
Parental Control functions are provided with
the DVD.
DVD-RW (page 6, 39)
DVD+RW (page 6)
A DVD+RW (plus RW) is a recordable and
rewritable disc. DVD+RWs use a recording
format that is comparable to the DVD VIDEO
format.
HDMI is an interface that supports both video
and audio on a single digital connection. The
HDMI connection carries standard to high
definition video signals and multi-channel
audio signals to AV components such as
HDMI equipped TVs, in digital form without
degradation.
Since the video signals are compatible with
the current DVI (Digital Visual Interface)
format, HDMI jacks can be connected to DVI
jacks by way of an HDMI-DVI converter
cord. The HDMI specification supports
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection), a copy protection technology that
incorporates coding technology for digital
video signals.
ID3 tag
ID3 tag refers to the text information (track
name/album name/artist name, etc.) that
comes with an MP3 audio track.
Index (CD/Super Audio CD)/Video Index
(VIDEO CD) (page 9, 13, 48)
A number that divides a track into sections to
easily locate the point you want on a CD,
Super Audio CD, or VIDEO CD. Depending
on the disc, no index may be recorded.
Normal (Interlace) format (page 77)
Normal (Interlace) format shows every other
line of an image as a single “field” and is the
standard method for displaying images on
television. The even number field shows the
even numbered lines of an image, and the odd
numbered field shows the odd numbered lines
of an image.
Additional Information
A DVD-RW is a recordable and rewritable
disc that is the same size as the DVD VIDEO.
The DVD-RW has two different modes: VR
mode and Video mode.
DVD-RWs created in Video mode have the
same format as a DVD VIDEO, while discs
created in VR (Video Recording) mode allow
the contents to be programmed or edited.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface)
Film based software, Video based
software
DVDs can be classified as Film based or
Video based software. Film based DVDs
contain the same images (24 frames per
second) that are shown at movie theaters.
Video based DVDs, such as television
dramas or sit-coms, displays images at 30
frames (or 60 fields) per second.
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Progressive conversion method (page 77)
• Video based software conversion
Video shows an image by alternately
displaying every other line of an image (field)
at 30 frames (60 fields) per second (Interlace
format).
The Interlace format displays 30 frames (60
fields) per second by displaying every other
line of the image, causing scanning lines to
appear across the image. Since only half of
the image is shown at once, the amount of
information contained in an image is limited.
The Progressive format displays 60 entire
frames per seconds. The player accomplishes
this by converting each field into a frame by
using either a field-based conversion method
or a frame-based conversion method. The
appropriate method is automatically selected
by the player according to the movement of
the images on the screen. If the movement on
the screen is slow, the frame-based
conversion method borrows adjacent frame
information to fill in the missing information.
If the movement on the screen is rapid, the
field-based conversion method creates the
missing information by predicting the
movement of the images on the screen from
field to field. The end result is an image that
is higher in quality when compared to the
Interlace format.
Interlace pictures
Converted progressive pictures
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• Film based software conversion
Film shows an image by displaying an entire
image at 24 frames per second. When you
watch a film on television, the television
displays every other line of the frame as a
field, thus reducing information level and the
clarity of the film image.
Interlace pictures
This player solves this problem by increasing
the speed at which the frames are displayed,
consecutively showing 3 identical frames
followed by 2 identical frames in the time that
it normally takes to show 2 consecutive
frames. The end result is that the 24 frames
per second are increased to 60 frames per
second, which is the speed at which
Progressive video signals are shown.
Converted progressive pictures
This not only allows film to be shown in a
frame based format, it also increases the
clarity and sharpness which is unique to
Progressive format images.
Progressive format (page 77)
Compared to the Normal (Interlace) format
that alternately shows every other line of an
image (field) to create one frame, the
Progressive format shows the entire image at
once as a single frame. This means that while
the Normal (Interlace) format can show 25 or
30 frames (50-60 fields) in one second, the
Progressive format can show 50-60 frames in
one second. The overall picture quality
increases and still images, text, and horizontal
lines appear sharper. This player is
compatible with the 480 (525) or 576 (625)
progressive format.
Scene (page 9, 13, 48)
On a VIDEO CD with PBC (playback
control) functions, the menu screens, moving
pictures and still pictures are divided into
sections called “scenes.”
Super Audio CD (page 6)
Super Audio CD is a new high-quality audio
disc standard where music is recorded in the
DSD (Direct Stream Digital) format
(conventional CDs are recorded in the PCM
format). The DSD format, using a sampling
frequency 64 times higher than that of a
conventional CD, and with 1-bit quantization,
achieves both a wide frequency range and a
wide dynamic range across the audible
frequency range, and so provides music
reproduction extremely faithful to the
original sound.
Types of Super Audio CDs
There are two types of discs, depending on
the Super Audio CD layer and CD layer
combination.
• Super Audio CD layer: A high-density
signal layer for Super Audio CD
• CD layer1): A layer that is readable by a
conventional CD player
Super Audio CD
layer
2)
Hybrid disc
(a disc with an Super Audio CD layer and a CD
layer)
• 2 channel area: An area in which 2
channel stereo tracks are recorded
• Multi-channel area: An area in which
multi-channel (up to 5.1 channels) tracks
are recorded
2 channel area4)
Multi channel area4)
Super Audio CD
layer
1) You can play the CD layer on a conventional CD
player.
2) Since both layers are on one side, it is not
necessary to turn the disc over.
3) To select a layer, see “Selecting a Playback Area
for a Super Audio CD” (page 40).
4) To select an area, see “Selecting a Playback Area
for a Super Audio CD” (page 40).
Title (page 9, 13, 48)
The longest section of a picture or music
feature on a DVD, movie, etc., in video
software, or the entire album in audio
software.
Track (page 9, 13, 48)
Sections of a picture or a music feature on a
VIDEO CD, Super Audio CD, CD, or DATA
CD (MP3) (the length of a song).
Additional Information
Single layer disc
(a disc with a single Super Audio CD layer)
A Super Audio CD layer consists of the 2
channel area or the multi-channel area.
CD layer3)
Super Audio CD
layer3)
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Specifications
System
General
Laser: Semiconductor laser
λ = 780 nm for CD
λ = 650 nm for Super Audio CD and
DVD
Emission duration: continuous
Signal format system: PAL(NTSC)
Power requirements:
230 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption: 36 W
0.1 W (at the Power Saving Mode)
Dimensions (approx.): 430 × 125 × 390 mm
(width/height/depth) incl. projecting
parts
Mass (approx.): 10.5 kg
Operating temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C
Operating humidity: 25 % to 80 %
Audio characteristics
Frequency response: DVD VIDEO (PCM
96 kHz): 2 Hz to 44 kHz (44 kHz: –2 dB
±1 dB), Super Audio CD: 2 Hz to
100 kHz (50 kHz: –3 dB ±1 dB), CD:
2 Hz to 20 kHz (±0.5 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio (S/N ratio): 112 dB
Harmonic distortion: Super Audio CD:
0.0008 %, CD: 0.0015 %
Dynamic range: DVD VIDEO: 115 dB,
Super Audio CD: 108 dB, CD: 100 dB
Wow and flutter: Less than detected value
(±0.001% W PEAK)
Outputs
(Jack name: Jack type/Output level/Load
impedance)
AUDIO OUT L/R 1/2: Phono jack/2 Vrms/
10 kilohms
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL): Optical
output jack/–18 dBm (wave length:
660 nm)
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL): Phono jack/
0.5 Vp-p/75 ohms
HDMI OUT: TypeA (19 pin)
5.1CH OUTPUT: Phono jack/2 Vrms/
10 kilohms
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(Y, PB/CB,
PR/CR):
Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p/PB/CB, PR/CR:
interlace1) = 0.648 Vp-p, progressive or
interlace2) = 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms
1)
BLACK LEVEL (COMPONENT
OUT) is ON
2) BLACK LEVEL (COMPONENT
OUT) is OFF
VIDEO OUT: Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms
S VIDEO OUT: 4-pin mini DIN/
Y: 1.0 Vp-p/C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL),
0.286 Vp-p (NTSC) /75 ohms
i.LINK S200 (AUDIO) 1/2: 4-pin
Maximum data transmission speed:
200 Mbps
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Supplied accessories
See page 15.
Specifications and design are subject to
change without notice.
Language Code List
For details, see pages 54, 56, 75.
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
1027
1028
1032
1039
1044
1045
1051
1052
1053
1057
1059
1060
1061
1066
1183
1186
1194
1196
1203
1209
1217
1226
1229
1233
1235
1239
1245
1248
1253
1254
1257
1261
1269
1283
1287
1297
1298
1299
1300
1301
1305
1307
1311
1313
1326
1327
1332
1334
1347
1349
1350
1352
1353
1356
1357
1358
1363
1365
1369
1376
1379
1393
1403
1408
1417
1428
1435
1507
1508
1509
1511
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1521
1525
1527
1528
1529
1531
1532
1534
1535
1538
1539
1540
1543
1557
1564
1572
1581
1587
1613
1632
1665
1684
1697
1067
1070
1079
1093
1097
1103
1105
1109
1130
1142
1144
1145
1149
1150
1151
1157
1165
1166
1171
1174
1181
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali;
Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian;
Lettish
1345 Malagasy
1436
1463
1481
1482
1483
1489
1491
1495
1498
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan)Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto;
Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
RhaetoRomance
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
SerboCroatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
Additional Information
Code Language
1703 Not specified
Parental Control Area Code List
For details, see page 69.
Code Area
Code Area
Code Area
Code Area
2044
2047
2046
2057
2070
2079
2090
2092
2115
2165
2174
2109
2248
2238
2254
2276
2304
2363
2362
2376
2390
2379
2427
2424
2436
2489
2501
2149
2499
2086
2528
2184
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
India
Indonesia
Italy
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Portugal
Russia
Singapore
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
United
Kingdom
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Index
Numerics
16:9 76
4:3 LETTER BOX 76
4:3 OUTPUT 77
4:3 PAN SCAN 76
48 kHz/96 kHz PCM 81
5.1 Channel Surround 20, 25
A
A-B REPEAT 46
Advance 37
ADVANCED 53
ALBUM 13, 49
Album 61
ANGLE 56
AUDIO 54, 75
AUDIO ATT 80
AUDIO DRC 80
AUDIO FILTER 80
AUDIO SETUP 79
AUTO PLAY 78
AUTO POWER OFF 78
E
EFFECT 66
F
Front panel display 9, 52
G
GAMMA 59
Top menu 39
MODE (MP3, JPEG) 65
MP3 6, 61
MPEG 81
Multi/2CH 40
MULTI-DISC RESUME 78
O
On-screen display
Control Menu Display 12
Setup Display 74
ORIGINAL 39
ORIGINAL/PLAY LIST 39
OSD 75
P
Parental Control 68
PAUSE MODE 78
PBC Playback 41
PICTURE NAVIGATION
50, 63
PLAY LIST 39
PLAYBACK MEMORY 78
PRO LOGIC 24, 88
PROGRAM 43
Programme Play 43
PROGRESSIVE 77, 90
B
H
BACKGROUND 76
Batteries 15
BLACK LEVEL 77
BLACK LEVEL
(COMPONENT OUT) 77
handling discs 2
HDMI
AUDIO (HDMI) 81
HDMI 89
HDMI RESOLUTION 76
Hooking up 17
Hooking up 15
QUICK 75
Quick Setup 32, 75
I
R
C
CD 36
CHAPTER 13, 48
Chapter 9, 88
CHAPTER VIEWER 50
Child Lock 37
COMMAND MODE 16
COMPONENT OUT 77
Connecting 17
Continuous play
DATA CD 61
DVD 36
Super Audio CD/CD/
VIDEO CD 36
Control Menu 12
CUSTOM 74
CUSTOM SETUP 78
D
DATA CD 6, 61
DATE 13, 64
DIGITAL OUT 80
DIMMER 10
Disc Memo 67
DISC MEMO INPUT 67
Display
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Control Menu Display 12
Front panel display 9, 52
Setup Display 74
DISTANCE 83
DOLBY DIGITAL 24, 25,
54, 81, 88
DOWNMIX 80
DTS 25, 54, 81, 88
DVD VIDEO 6, 36, 89
DVD+RW 89
DVD/Super Audio CD/CD
text 51
DVD-RW 6, 39, 89
i.LINK 27
ID3 tag 89
INDEX 13, 48
Index 89
INTERLACE 77, 89
INTERVAL 66
J
Jog mode 48
JPEG 61
JPEG DATA 78
L
LANGUAGE SETUP 75
LEVEL 83
LINE 77
Locating
a point on a disc 47
M
MENU 75
Menu
DVD’s menu 39
Q
Remote 15, 72
REPEAT 45
Repeat Play 45
Replay 37
RESET 75
Resume Play 38
RGB 77
S
S VIDEO output 17
SCART (EURO AV) 18
SCENE 13, 48, 49
Scene 9, 91
SCREEN SAVER 76
SCREEN SETUP 76
Searching 47
SETUP 74, 75
Setup Display 74
SHUFFLE 44
Shuffle Play 44
Shuttle mode 47
SIZE 82
SLEEP 75
Slide Show 65
SPEAKER SETUP 82
Speakers
Hooking up 20
SUBTITLE 56, 75
Super Audio CD 40, 91
Super Audio CD layer 41
T
TEST TONE 84
TIME/MEMO 13, 48, 49, 67
TIME/TEXT 13, 48, 49, 51
TITLE 13, 48
Title 9, 91
TITLE VIEWER 50
TOP MENU 39
TRACK 13, 48
Track 9, 91
TRACK VIEWER 50
Troubleshooting 85
TV TYPE 76
U
Usable discs 6
V
VIDEO CD 6, 36
VIDEO CONTROL 57
VIDEO OFF 36
Z
ZOOM 37, 64
95
Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia
96
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