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Instructions
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will
know how to operate your model properly. After you have
finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place
for future reference.
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'Connecting the Player" on pages 46 ~ 48.
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IMPORTANT
CAUTION
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
CAUTION
presence of uninsulat ed "dangerous voltage" within the
product'_ enclosure that may be of sufficieqt magrlitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons
REMOVE COVER (OR SACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE
IMPORTANT
READ
INS'i_
UCTIO
instructions
NS
--
should
All
be
the
sately
read
and
before
product
is
-- The
be retained
HEED
Al! warnings
WARNINGS
in the
operating
•
FOLLOW
CLEANING
--
should
m
befole
Unplug
All
this
product
with
a polishing
cloth
or a soft
wdh
furnitule
wax,
liquids
may
WATER
near
bowl¸
Do
kitchet_
for
sink,
unstable
product
--
--
pool;
place
outlel
Never
adull,
and
wl_h
a carl
or
the
serious
damage
sland,
not
safety pulpose of the grounding type plug
POWER-CORD
PROTECTION m Power-supply
eel
product
should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked or_ or pinched by items placed upon or
against them¸ paying particular attention to cords at
plugs, convenience receptaclesr and the point where
Ihey exit from the producl
OUTDOOR ANTENNA
GROUNDING
-- If an outside
use
this
a bathtub,
in a wet
1he
wash
basement:
like
th_s
ploduct
product
on
Use
btackeC
manufa¢turerr
A
product
with
care
accessory
or
an
and
cart
Oulck
combination
slop_,
VENTILATION
excessive
the
product
only
table
or sold
with
should
_heuld
recommended
uneven
surfaces
may
cause
combination
to overturn¸
•
as they
to the
tripod,
by the
use a mounting
manufacturer¸
--
other
cabinet¸
the product
Any
mounting
of the product
fellow
the manufacturer
s instructions,
and
moved
clean
cart¸
stand,
tripod¸
bracket¸
or table
The
may fall¸ causing
serious
in jug/to
a child or
recommended
CART
only
OR POLARIZATION
by the
should
force,
and
be
and
cart
-- Slots and openings in the cabinet are
provided
for ventilation
and to ensure
reliable
operation of the product and to protect it Item
overheating,
and these openings
must not be
blocked or covered The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface This product should not be
NONUSE PERIODS
The power cord of the appliance
should be unplugged from the outlet when left un
used for a long period of time
and
lilerat
accompanying
ule
ti_e
within
user
cord_
•
presence
Isen4icirlgl
Iriangle
is
of _mpor tant
instructions
in the
the app_iaftce
•
If the ploduct does not operate normally by following
1he operating inslructions
Adjust only those cent rors
tha_ are covered by the operating instructrons as an
improper adjustmen_ of other controls mav result in
damage and will often r_qulre e×lerlstve work by a
_ualified technician to restore the product lo ils
_ormal operation
If the product has been dropped o_ damaged in any
way
When the produc_ exhibits
a distinct change in
performance
m [his indicates a need for selviee
REPLACEMENT
PARRS -- When replacement
pa_ts
are iequi_ed, be sure the _ef_ice technieiae has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer
or
have the same charactedstics
as the original part¸
[Jnaulhorized _ubstit ureas may result in file electric
shock, or other hazard_.
•
SAFETY CHECK -- Llpon completion
of any se_lce or
repair _ to this product, ask the se_dce technician to
perform _afety checks to determine that the product
i_ in proper operating condition
WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING
-- The product should
not be mounted to a wall or ceiling
NEAT -- The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registe_s, stoves, or
other products (including ampllfiers) that produce
heat
LIGHTNING
-- For added protection
for this product
during a _ightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
the wa_l outlet and dlsconnect the _ntenna Orcable
system This wi!_ prevent damage to the product
due to lightning and powe_line surges
POWER LINES -- An outside antenna system should
not be located in the vicinlw of overhead power _ines
o_other e_ectrlc light or power cprcuits or where it
ca_ fall into such power lines or circuits
When
installir_g an out side antenna system, extreme ca_e
should be taken to keep from touching such Rowel
_ines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal¸
OVERLOADING
m Do not overload
wall outlelsr
ex_.ension cords, or integra_ convenience receptacles
as this can result in a risk of fire or elect Pc shock
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
_ANTENNA
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
--Fig. A
POWER SERVICE
GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
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DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE -- Unplug this preducl
from the wall outFet and refel servicing Io qualified
service personnel under the following conditions
•
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged¸
•
R liquid has been spilled¸ or objects have fallen into
the product
•
If _he product has been exposed to rain _r wa_er
antenna Orcable s_/stem is connected to the product¸
be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so
as to provide some protection against voltage surges
and built-up static charges¸ Article 810 of the National
Electrical Code¸ ANSl/NFPA 70r plovides ir_fOrmatien
with regard to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structurer grounding of the lead in wire
to an antenna dlscharge
unit, s_ze of grounding
conductors,
location
of antenna-discharge
unit¸
connection
to grounding
electrodeSr
and
requiremer_ts for the grounding electrode See Figure
A
placed in a built-in installation such as a bOokcase or
rack unless proper ventilation
is provided
or the
manufacturer's
instructions
have been adhered to
POWER SOURCES -- This product should be operated
only from the type of power source indicated on the
marking _aber If you are eel sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your product
dealer or local power company
LOCATION
- The appliance should be _nstalred in a
stable [ocatio[_
point
to alert
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENVY -- Never push obiects of
any kind into this product through openings as they
may toL_Ch dangerous vogage points or short out
paris lhat could result in a fire Or electrlc shock
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product
SERVICING -- Do r_ot atlernpt to service this product
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you lo dangerous voltage or olher hazards Refer all
servicing to qualified selvice personnel¸
[f this product LSequipped wit h a polarized altemaling
current line plug (_ plug having one blade widel than
the other), it wiJI fit into the outlel oel¥ one way This
is a safety leature If you are unable to inserl the plug
fully into the outlet try revefs;ng lhe prug It tile plu_
should still fail to fit contacl your eJeclrlcian to
replace your ObSOlete outlet
DO eel defeal lhe
safety purpose of the porarized plug
If this product
is equipped
with a lhree-wire
groundlng Iype plUgr a plug having a lhild Igrounding)
13in it will only fil into a grounding type power GUllet
This is a safely feature _fyou are unable to insert the
plug into the outlet¸ contact your electrician
to
replace youl obsolete outlet
DO not defeat the
manufacturer
nea_
and
not
wall
attachments
or laundp/tub;
Do
the
corrode
Do
example,
a swimming
ACCESSORIES
to
use
be cleaned
insecticides
use
product
hazards¸
MOISTURE
--
arid
and
dry cloth
may
not
by the
water
o_ near
they
--
cause
AND
from
should
benzine¸
since
/ecommer_ded
product
be adhe/ed
operating
product
The
ATTACHMENTS
the
be followed
cleaning
volatile
on
should
INSTRUCTIONS
instructions
safely
and operating
for future
reIerence
instructions
exclamalion
rntended
operating
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
operated¸
RETAIN
INSTRUCTIONS
instructions
should
SHOCK, DO NOT
PERSONNEL
GROUNDING
operating
the
The
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
ELECTRICAL
CODE
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE
MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT
THIS
APPLIANCE
TO RAIN
CAUTION:
This product satisfies FCC regulations when
shielded cables and connectors are used to connect the
unit to other equipment.
To prevent electromagnetic
interference with electric appliances such as radios and
televisions,
use shielded cables and connectors
for
connections.
OR
NOTICE
[For U.S. and Canadian models]
The serial number for this equipment
is located on the rear
panel,
Please write this serial number
on your enclosed
warranty
card and keep it in a secure area. This is for your
security
[For Canadian
CAUTION:
THE POWER SWITCH IS SECONDARY CONNECTED ANDTHEREFORE DOES NOT SEPARATE THE UNIT FROM
MAINS POWER IN STANDBY POSITION.
model]
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT
USE THIS (POLARIZED)
PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE
BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE
EXPOSURE.
ATTENTION:
POUR
PREVENIR
LES
CHOCS
ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE
AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR,
UNE PRISE DE COURANT
OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COUBANT, SAUF S! LES
LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A FOND SANS EN
LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part !5 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference
in a residential installation.
This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause
harmful interference
to radio communications.
However, there ds no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient
or relocate
the receiving
antenna,
- Increase
the separation
between
- Connect
the equipment
into an outlet
the equipment
and receiver.
on a circuit different
from that to which
the receiver
is connected
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Information
to User
Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the user's right to operate the equipment.
CAUTION
• Uae of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure
• The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
[For Canadian model]
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements
of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cot
num_rique
de la Classe B respecte routes los exigences du Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada,
[Pourappareil
le mod_le
Canadien]
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This product
incorporates
copyright
protection technology that is protected by
method claims of certain US, patents and
other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other rights
owners Use of this copyright protection
technology
must
be authorized
by
Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only
unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation
Reverse
engineering
or
disassembly is prohibited.
Thisplayer
is DVD,LD,CDandVideoCDcompatible.
Themarksshownontherightarefoundon disc labels or on disc
jackets.
• This player can play all discs bearing the marks on the right
without the need for an adaptor.
• To prevent malfunction, do not use an 8 cm (3 in.) adaptor (for
COs).
Types of playable
discs and their marks
DVD VIDEO
Diameter/Playable
sides
DVD VIDEO
This unit is NTSC compatible (TV color system).
You cannot use discs other than those shown on the right.
* During DVD playback, data transfer is at 4.7 Mbit per second,
Playback time
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 2)
12 cm (5 in.)/
single-sided
1 layer
2 layers
133 min *
242 min*
12 cm 15 [n)]
double sided
1 layer
2 layers
266 min *
484 min*
DVD VIDEO
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 2)
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8 cm (3 in )/
single-sided
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2 layers
41 rain*
75 rain *
CO, etc.
8 cm (3 in)/
double-sided
1 layer
2 layers
82 rain *
150 rain*
VIDEO CO
Holding
with
VIDEO CD
12 cm (5 in.Vsingle-sided
both
hands
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG 1}
Max. 74 minutes
[DIGITAL VIDEO_
VIDEO CD single
8 cm (3 in.i/single sided
Digital audio
Digital video
(MPEG I)
Max 20 minutes
CD
H°lndding with
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74 minutes
12 cm (5in}/
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II Disc Table
CD single
DVD Single, CD Single,
Video CD Single: 8 cm
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CDV
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VSD (Video Single Disc)
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LD etc
CD VIDEO
CAV
LD
hour or1 a doublesided disc
CLV 2 hours on a
double sided disc
LD
28 min on a
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Digital audio + video
(max 5 rain.) (Videe
part)
In these operating
instructions, the VSO is
treated as a kind of CDV
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Discs other than those mentioned at right cannot be played.
TO prevent damage to the player, do not play a disc type other
than those above,
@
12 cm (5 in.)/
single-sided
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VSD
20cm
(8 in)
CAV double sided disc
CLV 40min. ona
double-sided disc
LD Single
CAV 14 min on a single.
20 cm
{8 in.)
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sided disc
!O rnin. on a single;ided disc
DiscTypesCompatiblewith this Unit
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20
Digital audio + video {max
5 rnin.] (Video part)
12 cm (5 in)/
i single-sided
gle: 20 cm
You cannot pJay DVDs that do not bear the Region No
(refer to terminology
on page 56) indicated
on the player,
Max. 20 minutes
Digital audio (max
rnin.) (Audio part)
CDV
CD,
cm
•
@
8 cm (3 in)/
smgle-sided
Playing LDa
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CDs
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Chapter (Track)Skip Forward/Skip Back
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Multi-Aspect Setting for Wide ScreenTV Software
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Selecting Languages (Multi-Language)
Selecting Subtitle Language (Multi-Language Subtitles}
Quick LD Side Changing(Quick Turn)
Outline of GUI (Graphical User Interface) Operation
Connection example 2. ToanampwithDolbyDigital(AC-3)inputs
For Proper and Long Use
Specifications
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Applicable
discs
s
10
12
14
17
19
21
24
26
27
28
32
33
47
48
* Does not operate with certain disc functions•
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Checking accessories
Audio
cord
Video
cord
Remote
control
unit
Other
Power
items
• Warranty card
• Operating
Instructions
(this manual)
cord
Batteries
II Inserting
included
batteries
...
into the remote
control
II
! II
I
While pressing the back cover,
pull
out in the direction
indicated by the arrow.
Insert batteries.
Make sure to match the plus (+) and minus (-) polarity
guides on the batteries with the marks inside the battery
compartment
• Do not mix old and new batteries
Close
the cover.
• Even batteries of the same type wirl differ in voltage,
Do not mix old batteries with new batteries
• When not using the remote control for a long period of
time (over 1 month), remove the batteries to avoid possible
damage from battery corrosion If battery leakage occurs,
wipe the battery liquid from the battery compartment, then
insert new batteries
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Basic Operation
Playing
LDs ...............................................................
10
Playing
DVDs, CDs and Video CDs .........................
11
Chapter
(Track) Skip Forward/Skip
Stopping
Continuing
Playback
& Switching
Playback from
where
Back ................
12
Power OFF .......... 13
you Stopped ..... 14
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Press the
button.
POWER
• You can switch the display OFF by pressing
the FL OFF button
If you do this, the
indicator above the button lights•
• The STANDBY indicator goes out.
FL OF_
O
• With a double-sided LD, load with the A side
facing up and the B side facing down
Recorded A and B sides are on opposite
sides of the disc itself•
Press
the
OPEN/
CLOSE _ button.
• Press the LD --_ button
on the
player.
• The disc table comes out.
_,
Pressing the remote control's DISC SIDE A!B
button switches between sides A and B. The
Load a disc.
• Load a single-sided
disc with
A side or B side indicator lights on the player
to confirm the selected side
the
label facing up, or load a doublesided disc with the label for the
desired
side facing
disc table guide
up, using
the
to align the dfsc.
ng a disc with the disc guide, or
Press the
button.
PLAY
I
loading
two
I
damage to the disc(s) and player
discs
at once will
result
in
D,-
• Press the PLAY/PAUSE I_/11button
on the player•
• When the A side of a double-sided
disc has finished playing, playback
of the B side automaticalJy starts•
PLAY/PAUSE_//I
FL OFF button
Playing LDs
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LD-- button
butte
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Press the
button.
-O
POWER
• The STANDBY indicator goes out
_e
So as not to spoil the atmosphere
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you can switch the display OFF by pressing
the FL OFF button
If you do this, the
indicator above the button lights
i
of a video,
FL OFF
o
0
.......
Press the DVD/CD _A
button.
•
• The DVD/CD disc table comes out.
• The LD disc table and the DVD/CD
disc table come out if you press
the remote controls OPEN/CLOSE
--_button•
• You cannot play DVDs that have no region
Load a disc.
•
number (refer to page 56)
• You cannot play DVDs that contain anything
other than DVD-video data
• During operation, the following marks may
Load a disc with the label side
facing up, using the disc table
guide to align the disc.
appear on the TV screen
_jl
:When you perform an operation that is
not possible with the player•
I_
:When you perform an operation that is
not possible with the disc
I
Press
the
PLAY/
PAUSE D,/II button.
• Press the PLAY/_-
"_
button
button
button on the
- PLAY _- button
• Depending on the disc, a menu
remote
unit If a menu is
may be control
displayed•
displayed, refer to page 16,
FL OFF button
PLAY/PAUSEI_/II button
DVD/CD&
button
e_
• The time taken for playback to start may differ
depending on the type of disc previously
played and the type of disc currently loaded
STANDBY
indicator
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DVD/CD
disc table
DVDs, CDs and Video CDs
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Fast forward
Skipping
forward
tothenextchapter
(track)
Press the
_
button.
NEXT
Continue pressing
the FWD _,-_,-button.
•
Press to skip forward to the
next chapter (track).
• Same operation as the FWD
Ib.-Ib-I_-Ibutton on the player
• If you stop pressing while the
on screen "Scan" indication is
flashing, normal play resumes
• If the "Scan" indication lights,
fast forward contlr7ues even if
Skipping
back
totheprevious
chapter
(track)
Press
the
1<14button.
PREV
Fast reverse
• Press once to skip back to the
start of the chapter (track)
currently playing
• Press again to skip back to the
start of the previous chapter
(track).
• Same operation as the REV
_4441 button on the player.
Ttle 1
Chapter1
Chapter 1
Chapter 2 !
1 Chapter 1
Chapter 2
you stop pressing the button
Press the PLAY _- button to
resume normal play when you
reach your desired location.
• Continue pressing the FWD _-_I_-i_ button on the player to fast
forward
Continue pressing
the REV _
button.
• If you stop pressing while the
on-screen "Scan" indication _s
flashing, normal play resumes
• If the "Scan" indication lights,
fast reverse conhnues even if
you stop pressing the button.
Press the PLAY _ button to
]]tie 2
Chapter 2
1
resume normal play when you
reach your desired location
• Continue pressing the RFV 1_14
4< button on the player to fast
reverse.
Chapter 4
Chapter 3
FWD _,-_1,,_1 button
Track 1
Track 1
_.
Track 2
_
Track 2
Track 3
Track 3
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Track5
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Chapter (Track)Skip Forward/Skip Back
_.
REV 1_4,_4 button
STOP
Press the
button.
•
• Playback stops
Press
the
OPEN/
CLOSE A button.
• Press the LD • button or the DVD/
CD --_ button on the player.
• The disc table comes out.
When removing
an LD
Remove
When remowng
the disc.
a DVD/CD
Press the
button.
POWER
• The disc table goes back in, power
switches OFF, and the S]ANDB¥
indicator lights
DVD/CD _ button
POWER button
S'fOP button
Stopping Playback
& Switching
Power
OFF
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Memorizing
theplace
where
you
stopped
watching
(LAST
MEMORY}
Press the LAST MEMO
button during play.
• The LAST ME MORY indicator
• With
lights on the
prayer
• Press the POWER
OFF, or press
button
to switch
power
button
to stop
the STOP •
DVDs, LAST MEMORY
playback.
• When you continue playback from the point
where you stopped, LAST MEMORY is
automatically canceled for that disc
• If you register more than five DVDs in LAST
MEMORY, detairs of the latest disc are
memorized, while details of the least recent
disc (the disc you registered
first/ are
erased
•
Ifyouejectan
LDorVideoCD,
details are erased
• With DVDs, LAST MEMORY
function with certain titles.
L
Resumingplaybackfrom whereyoustopped
Press the LAST MEMO
button during STOP.
• When
power
MEMO
place
is OFF, if you press the LAST
button,
switches
memonzes
video, audio, display, mode and other
settings as well as the place where playback
stopped.
• Even with a disc you have memorized with
LAST MEMORY, playback begins at the
start of the disc if you press the PLAY,button
power
automatically
ON, and play resumes
you stopped
watching
from the
memorized
may not
• Resuming play _snot possible with CDs
• During Video CD PBC play, Last Memory
play may not be possible.
•
If there is a power
outage
or you
disconnect
the power cord while the
player is operating, Last Memory settings
cannot
be memorized
Before
you
disconnect
the power cord, be sure to
cancel the "OFF" indication in the display
window by pressing the POWER button
on the player or the POWER button on
the remote control.
LAST MEMO indicator
POWER button
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STOP button
Detailed
Operation
Playback
by Menu Selection
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Searching for a Desired Video Scene/Audio Track
Part1 .......................................................................
17
Searching for a Desired Video Scene/Audio Track
Part2 .......................................................................
18
Playback
in a Desired
Order (Program
Play) .......... 19
Repeat Play ...............................................................
20
Still/Step
21
Random
Slow Playback
..........................................
Play .............................................................
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Classical
DVDs and Video CDs, depending on the disc, feature selection menus,
This player lets you choose a desired title or track by selecting from a menu.
Playing Back from
Menu Display
Returningto Menu
DisplayduringPlayback
pLAy
Press _.
i
f
,ow_R
•
on the disc. Menus
disc,
differ depending
With
that
Video
Control,
window.
CDs
PBC
have
is indicated
In case of DVDs
SlOE cLos._ _
TITLE
on the
Play
in the
Disc
1_ Press _.
Back
Press (_-----_.
display
•
I', 7£'
L_
]
Press _
contents.
again
for
Perform
operations
provided
in the menu
a menu
following
of
title
indications
CLASSICS
In case of Video CDs
_)'litle
(track) selection
the number
•
When
selecting
use the
_
• When
selecting
with
buttons.
a number
higher
/
than
10,
OOQ
OQQQ
Press _).
•
button.
10,
Pressing the _
shows the menu.
button
during
PBC play
press(_- Q
• When selecting 17,
pressl_)
_ (_
• When
selecting
press(_ , _
20,
, O.
• The selected title or track starts playing.
• With DVDs, you can also select numbers
with the _
and _
buttons and then
press
• You can also play Video CDs without calling up a menu by
pressing a number button during STOR For example, to start
playback from track 1, press number button (_)
• Depending on the title, you can also make a selection using
a menu To do this, press the _
button when indications
are displayed to call up a menu, and select the desired title
Playback by Menu Selection
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• During Video CD PBC play, Program, Random and
Repeat Play functions do not operate This is because
you can use menus for interactive operation
• With Video CDs when PBC is ON, player operation
differs depending on the disc For details, read the
instructions that come with the disc
• With DVDs, menu indications may not be displayed
DirectSearchwith Title
Numbers
Searchwith Menu
T_TLE
TITL_
_1_Press _
during play.
(When in the Stop mode,
move
to step
pressing
_
Press O.
(When in the
Stop
move
mode,
without
(_.)
Press _
r
•
_tle
to step _.)
numbers
TITLE
during play.
I
flash on screen
_2_Selecting title numbers directly
with the number buttons.
@ Select a title number
• When
selecting
number 3, press
• When selecting
title
number
title
I T,T_E 3
_7
(_).
using
buttons.
10, press
®,Q
•
When
a title
number
continue
preasing
_,
advance
one at a time.
the desired title number,
by pressing
is flashing,
if you
title numbers
When you reach
you can select it
_.
Press _.
•
• You cannot playback successive titles
41,TO playback multiple successive titles, program the titles
and then perform Program playback (Refer to page 19.)
With certain DVDs, search operation may stop In this case,
the I_mark appears
Depending on the disc, menu may not be displayed
Playback
of the selected
title
starts
ted title soon starts playing.
lSOselect titles directly using the number buttons
d_ _i e,t _lre'sYt hc _°b
utl koen
awhelei(_d°;atiSonngs
I
are d splayed to call up a menu, and select the desired title
Searching for a Desired Video Scene/
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Three ways to search a DVD or Video CD; normal search, direct search and time search are possible.
For CD, direct search only is possible.
Four ways to search an LD; normal search, direct search and time/frame search are possible.
Chapter/TrackNumber
Search(NormalSearch)
ChapterNumberSearch
with Menu
Direct search using the number buttons
You can perform this with DVDs only.
Example 1: Toselect chapter/track number 3,
press O.
r
CliP
CHPftrM_
_) Press O.
!
3
i
Example 2: Toselect chapter/track number 17,
press_ _ Q.
le.,
,,
• When in the Stop mode, proceed to step ,_,
!
(_ Press _.
• With DVDs, when performing this operation
during the Stop mode, refer to "Searching for a
Desired Video Scene/Audio Track Part 1" on
page 17
When the Chapter/Track
.Chaperm
displayed
_Make
number is high
CHPfTIME
a selection following on-
screen indications.
(_ Press C_).
i
• With certain titles, there may be no menu
display. In this case, perform the operations
described at left,
• Chapter/Track number flashes•
• With DVDs, a menu may be displayed during
the Stop mode. In this case, refer to
"Chapter Number Search with Menu" on
the right.
]]me NumberSearch/
FrameNumberSearch
(_ SpecifyingChapter/Tracknumbers
with the number buttons.
¢HP/T4ME
(_ Press _
Example 1. Serecting Chapter/Track 31
[_., 0
press (_
_ (_.
Example 2. Selecting Chapter 187
press (_)
* (_
_ (_.
twice.
I _ I-,,,°o,®
I
• With DVDs or LDs that have no chapters, time
is displayed after pressing the button once•
PLAy
(_) Press _.
(_) Select
the
desired
number/frame
• The selected Chapter/Track starts playing•
the
• ]-me Search is not possible with
CDs
• With
DVDs, Search may not be
possible with certain titles In this
• To clear ]1tie and Chapterfrrack/Time/Frame
indications when they are flashing, press the
_
button twice
• Depending on the title, you can also make a
selection using a menu, To do this, press the
button when indications are displayed to
call up a menu, and select the desired title.
Searching for a Desired
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Video Scene/
case, lhe I_ mark is displayed
• When performing DVD or Video
CD ]_me Search, playback may
start from a slightly different time
than that specified
• When a DVD is not playing (in
the STOP mode), _me Search is
not possible
• During
Video CD PBC play,
search operations
described
above are not possible
number
time
number
with
buttons.
Example 1: To select 21 minutes 43 seconds,
pressO _(Z) _ Q _ _.
Example 2: To select frame number 423,
press (_
,(_)
_ (_).
• With DVDs, you cannot search for chapters
that overlap titles.
_) Press _).
•
Playback starts from the selected elapsed
play time or selected frame,
-)
-)
Programming (DVD)
Programsetting(Video
CDs,CDs,LDs)
PROG_AU
(_ Press 0-
_Select
the program type
with the number buttons
i
(_ Programming
tracks 9, 7
and 18 in order.
and press [].
Pressthe number buttons in order•
• With double-sided LDs, program the disc
side together with each track number. For
example, for track 9 on side B,
•
If you select a title, move directly to step
_, and input the title number
• If you select a chapter, the title number is
indicated, and the chapter input menu is
displayed. If the title number indicated is
the one desired, move directly to step _.
If you want to change the title number,
DISC _IOE
DISC SlOE
_) Press _.
• Playback starts in the specified track order•
To cancel an entire
program
press the _
button, and then use the
number buttons or _
buttons to
change the number as desired•
C_EAR
During STOP, press C_)"
• The entire program for the disc loaded in
the disc table is cleared.
(_) Program titles or chapters
using the number buttons.
Stoppingprogramplay
STOP
+® +®
Press (_.
• Program play stops
When programming
9, 7, 18
+m.e
m
............
]1
_----
• Youcannot program when playing a Video CD
(duringPBC)
_When moving chapters, a chapter not
programmed
may appearon screen, but this is
not a malfunction.
With DVDs, programming may not be possible
with certain titles In this case, the _ mark is
displayed
• With DVDs, you cannot program chapters that
are in different titles
Press0.
• Playback starts in the set order.
Confirming,addingto
and cancelingprograms
(_ Press C_.
(_ With DVDs, select the type of
and press _.
• You can confirm programs
the
_To
PROGRAm
program
_To add to programs,
make selections with
number
cancel
buttons.
select the desired
program with
_and
• You can program up to 24 steps•
• If you press the wrong number button, press
_and
then press the correct number button
• Program play is not possible with discs that
a program,
press
have no cha_ter numbers recorded on them
Pressing _
during programming:
If you press PAUSE instead of a number
button, II is displayed indicating that a pause
has been programmed
CLEAR
(_.
by performing
the above operations•
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Order
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o0
Repeat play of a
chapter/track
REPEAT
Press_
onceduringplaybackof the
chapteror trackyou want to repeat.
i
i
Repeat play of a
specified section
ii,
Press_
at the beginning and end of
the section you want to !epeat. ......
Repeat play of a title
, i
..........
_EF'EAT
Press _
• With
twice.
DVDs, the title
continues
the end, and then playback
•
from
With
playing
until
starts once more
the beginning
of that title
CDs and Video CDs, the entire
Return to a specified
location
disc is
repeated
•
With
LDs, a single
side
is repeated.
Press _
location,
at the desired
i
Repeat play of
double-sidedLDs
,i
_When
you want to return to
the selected location, press
pLP,¥
R_r'_AT
Press _
•
three times.
Both sides are repeated,
starting
•
Press
_
to clear a specified
location.
on Side A
• With DVDs, Repeat play may not be possible
_to
cancel Repeat play The Repeat play mode is
canceled, but prayback continues
• With DVDs, everything in the same title is repeated
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with
certain titles In this case, the _ mark is displayed
• During Video CD PBC play, repeat play is not possible
To perform
Repeat play, start playback without
RE_E_,
displaying a menu (refer to page 16), and press
PLAY/PAUSE I_/11button
Viewingoneframeat a
timewith StepPlayback
Powl_m
D_sc 81Dr = cLos_
PAus_
Press _.
nl
(_ Press
.!L
_):
_:
the
_
'
Viewinga Still Frame
i
or _
button.
pAUSE
......
Press _.
_,
Each time you press it, you move ahead
one frame
Each time you press _t, you move back
one frame. (LDs)
Each time you press it you move back a
little. (DVDs)
• Press the PLAY/PAUSE I_/11button on the
front of the player
• With LDs or DVDs, if still images are
unclear, refer to "Field" on page 30, and
perform the necessary settings.
oQo
QQQG
OOOG
Slow playback
pR_,M
During
the _
_:
play,
continue
or _
CHPrrlM_
OOOO
pressing
MODE
RANDOM
button.
Playback is s!owed
During slow playback, you can adjust playback
speed with the _
and_
buttons.
_:_
_:
1/16-- 1/8
1/4- 1/2
Slow playback is in the reverse direction
• TO return to normal playback, press _
PAUSE _,/11button on the player)
(or the PLAY/
• There is no sound when viewing still frames or slow
playback, or when advancing one frame at a time
• Pause may not be possible with certain discs. In this
case, the I_ mark is displayed
• Slow playback may not be smooth with some Video
CDs
• With LDs, playautomatically stops if still frame display
continues for 20 minutes.
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Slow Playback
With DVDs
Randomplayofchapters
within a singletitle
Press
_
and then
press
[].
• "RANDOM CHP" is displayed on the screen
and chapters within a single title are played
in random order•
Random play of titles
StoppingRandomplay
Press _.
RANOOM
Press O
twice, and then press G'
• "RANDOM TITLE" is indicated on the screen,
and titles are played in random order•
With
• This returns you to normal playback of
chapters/tracks in order from the chapter/
track currently playing.
LDs
_ANOOM
Press O.
• "RANDOM"
is indicated on the screen, and
chapters are played in random order•
For random play of side B on an
LD:
AA_DOM
• Press o_E,
and then press _
after side
B has been selected•
With CDs and Video CDs
RANDO_A
Press _.
!
..................
!!!' !!!!!!!!'
• "RANDOM" is indicated on the screen, and
tracks are played in random order.
During random
play:
_E×T
•
Press _,
and the player selects and starts
playing the next track
• Press _), and the current track starts playing
again from the beginning•
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• Random play is not possible with LDs not featuring
chapters
• With Video CDs, Random play is not possible during
playback with the menu displayed
(PBC playback)
TO
perform Random play, start playback w!!hh_outdisplaying
a menu (refer to page 16), and press
• Random play of programmed chapters is not possible
• With DVDs, random play is not possible with certain
titles
• Random play cannot be repeated
Setting
Multi-Aspect
Setting for Wide Screen
TV Software ...........................................................
24
Memorizing
(Condition
25
Settings for Often Viewed DVDs
Memory) .............................................
Selecting
Languages
Changing
Audio Type ..............................................
Selecting Subtitle
(Multi-Language
(Multi-Language)
Language
Subtitles)
................. 26
26
..................................
27
Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle
(M u Iti-Angle) .........................................................
27
Viewing
28
Changing
Information
................................................
Picture and Sound
Quick LD Side Changing
Selecting
a Desired
Quality
.....................
29
(Quick Turn) .................... 32
Background
Color ...................
Outline of GUI (Graphical User Interface)
Operation ...............................................................
32
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Setting is possible when a DVD is loaded.
/_. Press _
when the player is in the
STOP mode.
_1_
_ _._
12MeNU
2,
Menu
Select
I
indications
initial
.L I
I
4 OUTPUT
• Main
_, Select the desired mode (Pan & Scan,
Letterbox, Wide) with _.
are displayed
setting
with
/_.
7,
Press
• Switch
_.
to the desired
screen
SETUp
I_
MAIN
]
_4c_
3.
I
With DVDs enabling
switching
appropnate
one for your TV
Press _.
IEfflAL
Disc
Aspect
svvitching
F
Initial setting
indications
TV (!6:9)
ratios,
select
the
RegularTV (4:3)
I
I_
are displayed
169
4.
Wide
aspect
T
Wide
•
i
between
Select Multi Aspect with
Pan&Scani:
_.
I
Letterbox
43
Selecting
E_] in the
the TV used
5,
Press _.
Whether
or not aspect
_
chart
above
assures
correct
ratio can be changed
Confirm
by referring
to the disc's jacket
With disc not enabling
aspect ratio changing,
with the TV.
P Aspect
indications
aspect
depends
make
ratio for
on the disc
adjustments
• If there _sa power outage or the power cord is disconnected
while power to the player is ON, memorized settings are erased
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to press POWER
button on the main unit and the remote control until "OFF" is
are displayed
no longer indicated in the display
--CD
Multi-Aspect
Setting
Screen TV Software
for Wide
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• The width-to height ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3, while the
width-to-height ratio of wide screen and Hi-Vision TVs is 16:9
This width to height ratio is called the aspect ratio
The Condition
indicator
in the display
lights.
You can memorize
details
following
five settings.
section
for the
• If there is a power outage or the power cord is disconnected
while power to the player is ON, memorized settings are erased.
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to press POWER
button on the main unit and the remote control until "OFF" is no
Multi-Aspect (page 24)
Muki-language (page 26)
Multi-language subtitles (page 27)
Cinema mode/Animation mode (page 29)
Location (page 41)
Press (_
during
Play.
"CONDITION"
_nthe display.
When a memorized
longer indicated in the display
is indicated
• Settings are stored in memory for use any time
• You can store settings for up to 30 DVDs in memory. If you
memorize settings for more than 30 DVDs, previously memorized
settings are erased in order from the least recently memorized
settings
• To make changes to Aspect ratio, Cinema mode/Animation mode,
subtitle language and language settings, press _
during
playback
• This player memorizes
multi-language
subtitles and multilanguages as languages not numbers With DVDs that have
multiple settings for the same language, playback starts from the
first number
disc is loaded.
i
"CONDITION"
is indicated,
Erasing memorized
and previous
settings
are displayed.
"CONDITION"
is indicated,
settings.
Ul
Load a memorized
press _.
The recorded
details
disc,
and when
for that disc are erased.
Memorizing Settings for Often
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_. Press _)
during playback.
• You cannot switch languages
recorded on the disc
if there
is only one language
• Language number and setting differ with each disc, so refer to
the disc's instructions
• Some titles may not enable switching
happens, the _[) mark is displayed
between languages
If this
AUOlO
2.
Press
_
to select
the
• Depending on the title, you can also make a selection usqng a
menu. To do this, press the _
button when indications are
desired
language.
_. Press C_) during
displayed to call up a menu, and select the desired title
playback.
LD
CD, Video
CD
I
$
[
• Audio type changes each time you press the button.
IL
........
• You cannot select digital audio if digital audio data is not recorded
on the LD
• You cannot switch audio type when using digital output of Video
CD output (optical, coaxial) (BDRF output)
• With LDs, switching to the CX System is possible with some
discs
In this case, you can perform switching with this operation.
oke and other software, set the appropriate audio type
g and accompaniment after referring to information on
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the disc jacket or accompanying
material
StJBt'IL_:
//. Press _
during playback.
• You cannot switch subtitle languages with discs that do not have
subtitle data recorded on them, or discs that feature subtitle data
in only one language
• Some titles may not enable switching between subtitle languages.
If this happens, the I_
I To clear subtitles
mark is displayed.
during playback, when there's a display press
_
after first pressing 0"
You can also clear subtitles by
cting OFF in the subtitle menu display
• If the basic subtitle is set to "OFF" in the initial setting menu,
you can cancel subtitles
• Depending on the title, you can also make a selection using a
men[_ To do this, press the _
button when indications are
displayed to call up a menu, and select the desired title
SUBTITLE
2, Press _)
to select the desired
language.
s JBTI:I_
/_, Press _)
; )_ ry,,_
S BTITLEH_LAI S_n,,
To confirm whether multi-angle
information
is recorded on a disc
during playback.
The disc jacket bears the _
mark. When adisc played on
this player has sections that include multi-angle information
the _
mark will be displayed on your TV screen.
I Setting without
displaying
angle mark ]
1. Press _.
!
2. Press the (_) button.
• The initial setting menu
is displayed.
3. Press the (_) button.
• Shows
the screen
menu.
• The camera angle changes each time you press the button
• You can also make your selection from a menu
between
_
titles may not enable switching
ns, the _ mark is displayed
If this
angles
I
I
I
4. Press the (_ button.
• The angle mark menu is
displayed.
5. Press the (_
button.
• You can use the Multi Angle function only with discs featuring
recordings of images shot from different camera angles
• During Multi-Angle playback, the Angle indicator on the player
lights.
• Depending on the title, you can also make a selection using a
menu To do this, press the _
button when indications are
displayed to call up a menu, and select the desired title
Selecting Subtitle Language
Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle
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Press _
during
playback.
i
• To prevent
TV
automaticafly
screen
switches
burn
in. the
OFF after
display
about
80
rnlnutes
Not displayed
with
TQC
(refer
side
B finishes
Quick
LDs
that
do not have
to page 56) or after
There
Turn is switched
is also
playback
no display
a
of
if
ON
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• Each
time
charts
you
press
O.
the setting
changes
as shown
in the flow
below
• If you press
during
the Stop mode.
all the disc's
information
is displayed
< DVD >
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Elapsed time
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tie numbernumber
Chapter time:
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Elapsed time
of the
Remaining
of the
chapter
currently
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playing
Tqle total:
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g
Chapter remain:
Total chapter
number
Remaining
time of
andtotalplaytimeofthe
the chapter currently
title currently playing
playing
LD >
<
CLV: Extended
9lay disc
Play rate:
Level mete_
pray rate
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Subtitle imformation
Audio
Audio information
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play disc
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time ftor'n
the current
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the disc praying
Total time;
Total chapter
number
and total disc play time
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Track remain:
Remaining
time of
the track currently
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All remain:
Remaining
time from
the current
location on
the disc playing
Total time:
Total track number and
total disc play time
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Remaining
the current
playing
Track remain:
Remaining
time of
the track currently
playing
the disc playing
Total time:
Total track number
total disc play time
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showing
time from
location on
and
om
,,,_
-_Disappear
Arl remain:
Remaining
time from
the curren
Ioca ion on
the disc playing
Total time:
Total chapter
number
and total disc play t_me
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MOOE
Each time you press CZ), settings
change as follows.
(With DVDs)
I[],'_.,_..-0_.o-.,I
"I []===. =1
"*I[]=0_
Displays
with
black and
MOOE
(With
I
Video
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(With CDs)
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during
play and select
"MODE".
(DVD, Video
II[!_olLi
CD)
2,
Select
the desired
/
the(_and_)buttons.
ADnViDmaV°dne°CIDncCi:dema
mode
LII_s
lid g
_
LD:Cinema_Standard
with
_,
_:
$ Picture quality may be poor depending on the software and the
TV used In this case, select the Standard mode
Cinema:
Picture quality
white definition
Provides
clear picture
Picture quality:
colors.
Standard:
Provides
beautiful
Picture quality:
settings.
Returns
with
clear black and
Animation:
images
you to standard
with
picture
bright,
clear
and function
• You cannot use the Animation mode for the video part of LDs
and CDVs.
• You can use the same setting for CDV video part as for LDs
Changing
Picture
and Sound Quality
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__Frame
condition
°
During Still Frame play, switch to Field if the picture is out of
focus
l°During
play,
press
O,
With LDs, this functions only during play of standard (CAV)
discs With long-play (CLV) discs, still picture becomes field,
and cannot be switched.
and
select PAUSE MODE.
i H__II
,,.°,.00E
2° Select
I
°_
Field
or Frame
with
_and[_buttons.
The setting changes each time
you press a button.
_
f_
_i Changing sound quality (D.R.COMP)
D.R COMP stands for Dynamic Range Compression
On the DVDs, sound has a wide dynamic range Use
D,R COMP if sounds such as dialogue are hard to hear on
your stereo system or TV speakers.
D.R.COME
. Press O
2,
f!
Switch
4, Adjust
with the _and
Hloooo/nl
during
play. and select
1°_ _4_
1
ON or OFF with the _:_
the degree
[
/
of change
_)buttons.
J
Press
a.
j_
/
and [_)buttons.
•_, If you select ON, press [].
_the
MIN1.-=*-m_-*-_-_ MAX
_
i
D.R.COMP ON
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._
ON and OFF
or _
button at step
4 switches
between
I
. Switchesto a morespacioussound
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Surround)
_su_und
_, Press _ during play, and select
/
Virtual Dolby Surround.
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•
2,
/
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Select
ON
_button.
with
IVlft _10°nbv S_r_gnd
the
_
,
'
(_and
SRS Labs, Inc's TruSurround system l_llSuno_ has been adopted as
virtual technology
TruSurround is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc SRS and the SRS symbol
are registered trademarks of SRSLabs, lnc in the United States and
fl_
selected foreign countnes
TruSurround is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc
Permission for use of TruSurround technology has been registered
through SRS Labs, Inc.
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Picture
and Sound Quality
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_3t
_tOD41o_
•;:±
This function shortens the time required to change from
A to the B side, or from the B to the A side when playing
an LD.
_oPress
_
stopped.
when
play
You can select a color for menu displays and the screen when
the player is not playing.
has
_o Press @
_ playing.
.......
_
L_.o.o_.o.............................
L.._.
.
2° Press _.
when the player is not
I_I_A,-
-
2,
With the _
/
and_buttons.
l_"
4,
....
3.
1
--_i!
........
Press _.
II
_
i
Select
buttons,
and press
L,-
i
Quick Turn with the
_,
_.
'/l
"B.G.
COLOR"
of Quick
buttons
Turn
_---
r....
5°
Select ON with the/_
buttons
and press
and adjust
_
_.
,, coot
tl:o </I
buttons
selected color
Quick Turn is set to ON
•_'° Press the _
When Quick Turn is ON, on-screen display of remaining
play time cannot be used
Quick LD Side Changing
Selecting a Desired Background
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Color
and total
button.
the
buttons.
2 Adjust coro_ with the
I' _[_
buttons
and
the L_57
32
the
Select the desired color with the
color with the (C_ _
menu
with
_butt°nsandpress_"
_
the selection
select
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_'_.-:_i_n_
_1¢_ TUnN
Displays
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"INITIAL"
Select
,_ _
On this player, various settings can be selected while watching menu screens and using the remote controller
Here we will explain how to access menu screens Because menu screen access differs according to the type of disc being used, or the playback mode
(playback mode, stop mode etc), refer to the following menu map when access.qg
INITIAL
_L_
INITIAL
LEGIT
_
E_[R E_EETU_I
I
O_D SET
RETURN
Press (_)
and you return to
the display you had before
you pressed _.
_FLAy
l+b
13 SPANIel4 __
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CD i
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(Video CD only)
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157
J,
B&COLOR
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Button
name
Operation
MENU
button
To leave the menu
invalidated)
RETURN
__
screen
To return one m_
operation is
cannot bep
button
Digit buttons
_
, _
(settings
s¢_en
;_+k
are
(setu_
_te_: Hq_v+e¢, Search
,)
_
Selection and conclusion (In the set up menu,
some items only operate for selection.)
. (_
oelecuo.
Setting and implementation
(playback mode
is engaged after title or chapter change)
ENTER button
_EVIOUS
To
bu_orl
i
+
°
NFXl
NEXT button
Direct
To go to next
(_
....
button
_)
!
menu
secreen
C_
SUBTITLE button
AUDIO button
----_____ ANGLE
TITLE button
_
button
MENU button
ENTER button_
PREVIOUS
RETURN
button
button
DIRECTION
button
\ NEXT button
CHP/TIME
(_)
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37
q
Ex.l: Display
content
"iqtle name (Only displayed
within
menus/Button
when infromation
lqtle No.
d_°
operation
t
(Ex.DVDs)
is include on disc.)
--
Indicates
buttons.
you can change
setting
with
the _[_
STOP
I MAIN
_nominator : Total number
Numerator : Number currently
I
selected.
Item No. is selected with_
_ buttons and can
be changed with_
buttons.
Will switch above settings to new settings if they were changed.
Selection
item No.
When selection is made by pressing a digit button or the _ or _;_ buttons, and then pressing
the ENTER button, the selection screens for the various set-up items will be displayed,
Selecting 5 [ENTER], however, will select the new setting changes and close the screen.
Ex.2: Display content within
(Ex: DVDs)
Current settings
Item numbers can be selected with the
/'A _ buttons and settings changed with
the _ _:_buttons.
Selection
item No.
Selection
can
38_,"
1
also be made with the digit buttons.
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set up menus/Button
operation
j
J
About the main menu
(Ex:DVDs)
The main menu is the menu used for selecting the Title menu screen,
Menu screen and Set up screen.
the 13tie menu screen:
]_tles can be
_'_
ed back. (_tle search)
/_nthe Menu screen:
"_
Chapters (songs), subtitles, audio and angles within a title can be
selected
MAiN
J
11 TITLE
MENU
initial setting menu:
You can perform on-screen setting of each function.
)ut setting menu:
You can select the audio signal or video signal output from the
player's digital output jack,
TITLEMENU
I _2TITLE_
13 flTLE3
J4 TRLE4
15 TITLE
5
i _EXIT
_
Titles can be selected and played back. This selection
screen is the same as the one in "Direct Search with
Title Numbers" on page 17.
1/4
I
F
I
I
ENTER
r_RETURNr_ PREV
1
To go to the Chapter screen J
In the Chapter screen:
One chapter (song) within a title can be selected
and played back
___---_
FTo
Completes the setting of changes
to the above items.
_'_
]
To go to the Audio screen
In the Audio screen:
Audio contents can be selected on discs that
include more than one audio language or audio type.
goto the Subtitle
screen ]
In the Subtitle screen:
Subtitle contents can be selected
nclude subtdle information
TO go
on discs that
to the Angle screen
!
In the Angle screen:
The scene angle that you want can be selected on
discs that include scenes that have been filmed
from various angles
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iNITIAL
_[_Z]EXIT
[_]_]ENTER E_IRETURN
[_]NEXT
OUTPUT
3
[_]EXIT
40
1/2
Use to change a wide range of settings. On the next
page, the details of each item are provided.
Use when you have selected audio output or video
output from the player via the digital output jack.
Change the setting to match your amplifier or monitor.
On the next page, the details of each item are provided.
U_]ENTER E_RETURN
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Settings
Chart
Settings status
Details
Item
Initial
(factory
settings
settings
)
ON
Display
Position
69
Switches between display of operation
no display of indications
(OFF)
indications
(Play, Stop etc.) (ON, and
When watching
regular software
on a wide TV, operation indications
may
be displayed outside the area of the screen so you can't see them Changing
the on-screen
location
of the _ndications lets you see them even when
watching a wide TV
Display of operation
indications
Normal
When using a regular
14:31 TV
OFF
NO display of
operation indications
Wide
When using a wide 7_/
(Not compatible
menu display)
with
o
Language
Switches
between
or English
is displayed
Angle mark
Saver
Background
color
recorded
dksplay of operation
to clearly
indicate
and menu indications
when
the scene
in Japanese
playing
has various
angles
Leaving a still image on screen for a prolonged period can result in screen
'burn"
This player features
a screen saver function that prevents screen
"burn" due to prolonged
display (5 minutes or more) of menus and other
indications
It is recommended
to leave this function ON
Lets you select background
color for menus and for screen color when no
software is playing You can set R (red), G (green), and B (blue) independently
Setting for each color is possible in 21 steps
English
French
OFF
Spanish
ON
No indication
"_"_ =s nd_cated
OFF
The screen saver wil!
not operate
ON
The screen saver will
operate.
Blue
Switchable
This function lets you prevent your children viewing unsuitable material
You can use this handy function if the disc features recorded parental lock
coding With parental lock discs, this function works by skipping violent or
Parental control
_c
Software
menu
other scenes you don't want your children to see. For details, read the disc's
instructions Once the secret number has been set, the restricted
viewing
level remains the same until the number is reset
Try not to forget the secret number if you do, you must return to the initial
settings
(See page 42 )
This lets you select a desired
in multiple languages
language
for menus
on discs that have them
Level 8
Switchable
between
1~8
English
Selection
possible
depends on the disc
Quick Turn
This shortens the time required to change from Ato the B side, or from the
B to the A side when playing an LD If you use this function,
display of
remaining
and total time are not possible
Audio
This lets you select and set the usual language for movies in the same way
as for subtitles
Even if you change the language during play, or change
discs, the language changes to the one set
English
This lets you select and set the usual language for subtitles
change the subtitle language
during play, or change discs,
language changes to the one set
English
Subtitle
Even if you
the subtdle
ON
OFF
Select one from 136
languages (See how to
set the language on the
next page)
Select one from !36
languages
ISee how to set the
! language oa the next page )
O_
an_gu age
This beforehand
sets basic When
language
and basic
subtitle
to the
same
the basrc
language
and language
basic subtitle
language
are not identical, if you switch "DISPLAY" OFF and "ASSIST" ON in the subtitle
menu, it's the same as switching
Auto_]
With Auto on, the original
Auto
language
language
Language
Subtitle
OFF
OFF
and subtitle
language
are automatically
selected
When the
and subtitle language are the same, subtitles are not displayed
Selection may not operate in this way with certain discs
• You can select a language
Isee page 26) and select
(see page 27) part way through a movie
[O_1 Subtitle and dialog languages are those selected
_J
ON
The subtitle which
is set to 'OFF"
SEL SUBEL
WITH AUDIO:
is displayed
The selected
The selected
by discs can be selected,
a subtitle
when
language
the subtitle
SEL. SUBTL
WITH AUDIO
audio language will be selected
subtitle language will be selected
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Settings status
Item
Aspect
Digital
output
Details
When watching
suit your TV
wide
You can switch
between
mode
software,
Initial settings
(factory settings
this lets you adjust
aspect
ratio to
)
Wide
Pan & Scan
audio output
from the player's digital
output
jack or
the digital coaxial PC M/rlrliack
Dolby Digital (sound system used at cinemas
etcl and Linear PCM (the same digital signal as CDs) are the two standards
for DVDs
I PCM/DOLBY
DIGITAL
Automatically
selects
between Dolby Digital
This is when using an
amp with a Dolby
Digital (AC-3) decoder
o_
,m
==
0
Video
output
Down
sampling
This lets you select between
component
output and regular output of video
signals
rf you select component
output, the signal from the video output
jack becomes black and white. You cannot switch to Component
video on LDs, CDVs or CDs bearing the GRAPHICS mark With
the player automatically
switches to (S) video output
(S) video output
Letterbox
PCM
Dolby Digital and
linear PCM signals are
output in line with the
linear PCM standard
This is when using a
regular amp or Dolby
Pro Logic amp
Component
output
for watching
these discs,
96 kHz: Wilh PCM audio sources that have a sampling frequency of 96 kHz,
this assures high sound quality With audio sources that have a sampling
frequency
of 48 k Hz, play is performed with sampling frequency unchanged
at 48 kHz
96 kHz
48 kHz
48 kHz: During play this compresses
sampling frequency
of 96 kHz discs
to 48 kHz 48 kHz discs are played as they are, at a sampling frequency
of
48 kHz
• You can select the sampling frequency
to match that of the audio signal
recorded on a disc Simultaneous
switching of the Analog output and Digital
output is performed to match your selected sampling frequency
• Some 96 kHz DVDs are copy protected
With this kind of disc, no signal is
output from the digitar output terminal
To return to the initial factory settings if they have been changed since you first purchased the player, perform the following
procedures.
If power to the player is ON, switch it OFF While power is OFF, press the _
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button while pressing the ,;,_
0 button
Basic subtitle language
Basic language
Change in order with
the (_
and _
buttons on the
remote control.
_
_i___o_LANGSET
Press the remote control
LI_E_x_
m_a eand _
buttons to
it flash, and then you
can switch indication
display ON or OFF with the
_:_ and _:_ buttons
O_OE_ERE_R_U_
[]
1
With the remote
lOP
AUOIO
ul_
,
_E_
Language
[]_
code
Language
control number
_
buttons, input the
appropnate upper
and lower language
code input numbers
as shown in the chart
below.
E_TE_
_RETU_
AS&SUBTff
_EXff
[_]
--
ONENT[R_RETURN
chart
Language
code
Input code
(upper)
rnput code
dower)
Language
Some discs provide subtitles
offering
explanations
of
scenes for those who are
hard of hearing.
Switching "ASS. SUBTIT"
ON assures these subtitles
are displayed
from the
beginning.
Language
code
Input code
(upper)
Input code
(lower)
Japanese
ja
10
01
Bulganan
bg
02
07
English
en
05
14
Bihari
bh
02
08
French
fr
06
18
Bislama
b_
02
09
German
de
04
05
Bengali,
bn
02
14
Italian
it
09
20
Tbetan
be
02
15
Spanish
es
05
19
Breton
br
02
!8
Dutch
nl
14
12
Catalan
ca
03
01
Russian
ru
18
21
Corsican
co
03
15
Chinese
zh
26
08
Czech
CS
03
19
Korean
ko
11
15
Welsh
cy
03
25
Greek
el
05
12
Danish
da
04
01
Afar
aa
01
01
Bhutani
dz
04
26
Abkhazian
ab
Ot
02
Esperanto
eo
05
15
Afrikaans
af
01
06
Estonian
et
05
20
Amharic
am
01
13
Basque
eu
Bangfa
05
21
06
01
Arabic
ar
01
18
Persian
fa
Assamese
as
01
19
Finnish
fi
06
09
Aymara
ay
01
25
Fiji
fJ
06
10
Azerbaiiani
az
01
26
Faroese
fo
06
15
25
01
Bashkir
ba
02
01
Frisian
fy
06
Belorussian
be
02
05
Irish
ga
07
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(_)l
Language
code
Input code
(upper)
Input code
(lower)
gd
07
04
Polish
Galician
gl
O7
12
Pashto,
Guarani
gn
!4
Gujarati
gu
O7
07
Hausa
ha
Hindi
hi
Language
Scottish
Gaelic
Input code
(upper)
Input code
(lower)
pl
16
12
ps
!6
19
Portuguese
pt
16
20
21
Quechua
qu
17
21
01
Rhaeto-Romance
rm
O9
Kirundi
rn
18
18
14
Language
Pushto
Language
code
13
Croatian
hr
Rumanian
ro
Hungarian
O8
08
18
hu
21
Kinyarwanda
rw
18
18
23
Armenian
hg
O8
25
Sanskrit
aa
19
01
Interlingua
ia
01
Sindhi
ad
19
04
Interlingue
le
O5
Sango
ag
ik
11
Serbo-Croatian
ah
19
19
O7
Inupiak
O9
O9
O9
Indonesian
in
09
14
Singhalese
si
O9
Icelandic
is
19
Slovak
sk
Hebrew
iw
O9
O9
19
!9
23
S!ovenian
sl
12
Yiddish
ii
09
Samoan
sm
19
19
15
08
11
13
Javanese
jw
10
10
23
Shona
an
19
14
Georgian
ka
11
01
Somali
so
15
Kazakh
kk
11
Albanian
aq
Greenlandic
kl
12
Serbian
sr
km
13
Siswati
as
19
19
18
Cambodian
11
11
11
19
19
Kannada
kn
14
Sesotho
at
ks
19
Sundanese
SU
19
19
20
Kashmiri
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11
Kurdish
ku
21
Swedish
av
22
25
Swahili
sw
19
19
20
20
01
07
Kirghiz
ky
11
!1
17
19
21
23
Latin
la
12
01
Tamil
ta
Lingala
In
14
Telugu
te
Laotian
le
12
12
15
Tajik
tg
Lithuanian
It
20
Thai
th
Latvian, Lettish
Iv
12
12
20
20
22
]]grinya
t[
20
09
Malagasy
mg
13
O7
Turkmen
tk
20
11
Maori
mi
13
O9
Tagalog
tl
12
Macedonian
mk
11
Setswana
tn
Malayalam
ml
13
13
20
20
12
Tongan
to
20
15
Mongolian
mn
Turkish
tr
20
18
me
13
13
14
Moldavian
15
Tsonga
ts
2O
19
Marathi
mr
18
Tartar
tt
ms
19
Twi
tw
2O
20
2O
Malay
13
13
Maltese
mt
13
20
Ukrainian
uk
21
11
my
13
25
Urdu
ur
21
18
na
14
01
Uzbek
uz
21
22
22
26
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
ne
Norwegian
no
Occitan
oc
(Alan) Oromo
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Oriya
Panlabi
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14
05
Vietnamese
vi
15
Volap0k
VO
15
15
03
Wolof
wo
13
Xhosa
xh
15
16
18
Yoruba
yo
01
Zulu
ZU
23
24
25
26
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08
14
23
09
15
15
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Set Up
Connecting
the Player
Connection example 1. To a TV with
video input .............................................................
46
Connection
example 2. To an amp with
Dolby Digital (AC-3) inputs ..................................
47
Connection
48
example
3. AV amp ..............................
Connection example 4. TV featuring color signal
inputs ...................................................................
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Names and Functions
Other
Front panel ................................................................
49
Rear panel .................................................................
49
Display window
Remote control
50
51
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Information
Troubleshooting
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For Proper and Long Use ........................................
Terms .........................................................................
52 |
53
55
Specifications
57
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Set-Up
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Precautions
when connecting
the player
or best playback, make sure the DVD player is connected either directly to the television II
SOme discs will be copy protected at the direction of the copyright owners.
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r through an A/V selector and not through a VCR.
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•
Input!output
plug (pin cable)
Match jack color (white, red, yellow)
•
Optical cable
• S video cable
and
_)@
plug color
_onnection
example
If your TV has a video input,
and it is available for use, this
is the easiest way to hook up
the player.
1._
To a TV with
video input
Please also refer to the manual for the TV (monitor TV) that you are making connection to
oo
Supplied video cord
Audio cord
Supplied video cord
Supplied
audio cord
/
Monaural TV
S video cable
Stereo TV with S video
input terminal
sthe
46
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use of separately sold cords,
_onnection
example
AV amplifier
or AV receiver
enabling Dolby Digital (AC-3)
digital input and RFinput in the
same function
27
To an amp with Dolby Digital
(AC-3) input
Connect this player's digital output PCM/I_I3 iack to the Dolby Digital input jack of an amp with Dolby Digital capability. Use
coaxial digital output or optical digital output depending on the amp's inputs.
Connect this player's BDRF output (for LD) jack to the Dolby Digital (AC-3) RF input jack on an amplifier or a recewer with Dolby
Digital capability.
Digital output of LD analog audio is not possible, so also connect this players audio output jack and the amp audio input jack.
When using an optical cable, perform the settings in the "Digital output" section on page 42, making sure to select
PCM/rln.
You can enjoy Dolby Digital sound by connecting
either PCM/[][]
optical jack or coaxial jack
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AV amp
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Some DVD format discs feature copy protect
With this kind of disc, when a sampling frequency of
96 kHz is selected, no signal is output from the digital
output (see page 42).
indicates the use of separately sold cords
When playing a disc with this player, switch the
function to the connected input jack on the player
In the case of diagram above, select LD/SAT
terminals.
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4-7
_onnection
example
By connecting to a regular AV
amp or stereo amp, you can
enjoy playback with improved
sound quality.
3,_
AV amplifier
•
Connect this player's audio output jacks to an amp's CD, LD, AUX
or other audio input jacks. (Do not connect to PHONO jacks.)
Connect this prayer's video output jack to the amp's
•
video input jack
Supplied video cord
"_.{ S video cord
Supplied
audio cord
II
the use of separately sold cords
0
0
0
AV amplifier
•
When connecting to a component
bearing
If you use a commercially available cord with
output jack of the component bearing the _
(system control)
If you connect for system control, you cannot
buttons
•
•
_mmerclally
available cord with
mini plug (no resistance)
the Pioneer _] mark.
mini plugs (no resistance) to connect this player's control input jack to the control
mark, you can control the player as though it were a component in a system
operate the player directly by pointing the remote control at it and pressing
When controlling the unit as part of a system, be sure to connect to the amplifier with audio cord even if you are using only
digital components
If your AV amplifier is a Dolby Pro Logic decoder, you can enjoy surround sound
For more details, refer to the connected component's operating instructions.
•
•
C_0_nnection
TV featuring
example
Using a TV with a component
video inputs assures improved
image quality.
4._
color signal
inputs
•
•
•
You can use the player with a TV featuring color signal
inputs for video input. This assures high picture quality.
The names given to the color signal inputs differ
depending on the TV.
When image color is thin or different,
make
adjustments on the TV side.
Use a supplied video
cord
and
two
commercially available
video co_/
1
Oz.indicates the use of separately sold cords
TV with component
video _nputs
48
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the Player
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Supplied video cord
Front panel
Disc illumination
This light is off when playing
discs other than DVDs.
OPEN/CLOSE button
DVD/CD disc table (R 11)
STANDBY
indicator
PLAY/PAUSE
_,/11button (R 10, 11)
LD disc table (P. 10)
(P. 10, 11)
Display OFF button
(FL OFF)
POWER
vitch (P. 13)
Remote sensor
STOP • button (P. 13)
Display window
Reverse I_1_11-_1_
button (P. 12)
Disc Side A/B
Rear panel
Digital
Output
Jack (Coaxial)
This is used for output
of the digital audio signal
recorded on CDs, Video CDs and digital audio LDs
Depending
on the components
connectec
noise
may be generated.
Digital
When
Your
compatible
Coaxial
Connect
tothePCMjack,andselect
PCMfroma menu
amplifier
Optical
Connect
totheopticaljack,andselect
PCMfromthemenu.
AC-3 compatible
amplifier
Coaxial
Connect
tothePCM/rlrl jack,andselectPCM!DOLBY
DIGrTAL
fromthemenu
Optical
Connedtotheopticaliack,andselectPCM/DOLDY
DIGITAL
fromthemenu
amp
Output
connecting
to
an AC-3
component,
use the
Optical Digital Output
PCM/[][] jack Use the PCM jack for
Audio optical digital output Switchable between
all other components
PCM/DOLBY
(Refer to the
J
chart on the right )
Component
DIGITAL and PCM output
II DOLBYDIGITALAC-3
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Video output
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Regular digital
Video Out jacks
RF output (for LDs)
jacks-_
$2 Video output
[
jacks h
Audio output
ntrol
jacks
There are two sets of outputs,
can simultaneously
i
connect
1 and 2, which you
Connect 1 to the TV,
--Control
output
jack
input jack
Power cord connection
terminal
and 2 to your AV amp
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and Functions
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Display window
Indicates
location
for
Last Memory
is being
recorded
in memory,
Indicates
is being
This lights
a disc with
during
play
a sampling
frequency
of 96 kHz,
Indicates
that title is--
being
GUI operation
Indicates
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chapter/track is
being displayed.
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Display
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Memory
is being
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playback time of side.
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L
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Condition
operation
displayed.
Sample
F
remaining
time.
Indicates
performed.
nd cares p ayback mode,
title, type of disc, etc. as
shown below.
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Indicates
playback
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i_1 El
:Stop
:Pause
DE
TIT
±1 ±
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:No disc
:Power is turned off
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2 point repea t playback
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Remote
control
Power button (POWER)
Menu button (MENU)
Disc side A/B button (DISC SIDE)
Subtitles
button (SUBTITLE)
Audio switching
_en/close button (OPEN/CLOSE)
button (AUDIO)_,
gle button (ANGLE)
Display button (DISPLAY)
Title button (TITLE)
Return button (RETURN)
Menu operation buttons
Pause button (PAUSE
Direction
II)
button (<'I_'A'V)
Enter button (ENTER)
Fast reverse button (REV _1)
-_
Stop button (STOP 1)
Previous button (PREV 141<)
Next button (NEXT _),4)
Number buttons (1 - 9, O,+10)_
Forward button (FWD 1)4_)
Play button (PLAY)-)
Program button (PGM)
Step button
Chapter/time
Clear button (CLEAR)
button
Repeat button (REPEAT)
Random button (RANDOM)
REPEAT A-B button
Mode button (MODE)
Condition
button (CONDITION)
Last Memory
Remote
control
button (LAST MEMO)
operation
When operating the remote control, point it at the remote sensor
located on the player's front panel. The remote control can be
used up to 23 feet (7 m) from the player and within a 30 ° angle
each side of the sensor.
•
Exposing the remote sensor to direct sunlight or strong light
•
may cause faulty operation
If the CONTROL IN jack on the player's rear panel is connected
to another component,
point the remote control at that
•
component for operation. Operation is not possible when
pointed at this player. (Refer to page 48 )
When using the remote control, first press the POWER switch
to turn on the player's power
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Incorrect
operations
areoftenmistaken
fortroubleandmalfunctions.
Ifyouthinkthatthereissomething
wrongwiththiscomponent,
check
thepoints
below.Sometimes
thetrouble
maylieinanother
component.
Inspect
theothercomponents
andelectrical
appliances
beingused.If thetroublecannot
berectified
evenafterexercising
thecheckslistedbelow,askyournearest
PIONEER
authorized
service
centeroryourdealer
tocarryoutrepair
work
Possible causes
Symptom
Operation
1
2
The disc table doesn't
when it is closed.
stay in even
Playback is not possible
3. The picture is unclear during DVD play
Reference
•
The disc is dirty,
p 54
•
The disc is not correctly roaded in the disc table
p.5
•
The region number is different
p56
•
There's condensation
p53
•
•
SECAM system discs cannot be played
This player is compatible with copy guard analog copy
inside the player
page
p5
protect technology
Some discs may feature a copy protect signal Playing this
kind of disc with some TVs may result in horizontal lines
in part of the picture and other picture defects,
does not mean the player is malfunctioning
4
If I record a DVDon aVCR and play it
back, or play a DVD through
•
This player is compatible
protect technology
a VCR,
the picture is unclear
with
but this
copy guard analog copy
p.4
Some discs may feature a copy protect signal. If you record
this kind of disc on a VCR and play it back, or play this kind
of disc through
a VCR, the copy guard system prevents
normal playback
Remote control
5 The I_ mark appears on screen.
6. The picture stops, and operation
buttons do not function
•
The selected operation is not possible with that disc.
•
Press the STOP (i) button, and then press PLAY again
7. The picture is black and white
•
Video signal output is set to COMPONENT
8
•
The rear panel control input jack on the player is being
used,
•
You are too far from the player Or the angle between the
remote control and the remote control reception window
The remote control doesn't operate
9, TV and other
incorrectly.
Audio
components
operate
•
is too large.
The remote control's
•
Some
TVs with
incorrectly
10.There's no sound. Sound is distorted
•
Plugs
VIDEO OUT
p42
p48
batteries are dead
wireless
remote
capability
operate
with this player's remote control
are riot
pushed
in sufficiently,
or plugs
are
disconnected
•
Connection
•
•
The player is connected to a stereo amp's PHONO input jack
Audio cable connection is incorrect.
plugs and jacks are dirty.
•
Play _spaused
•
Stereo amp operation _sincorrect
(In particular, check that input selection for CD, LD etc is
correct )
•
Digital output is set for 96kHz
Digital output may not be
possible with certain discs
11 DVD sound volume level is low
•
DVD sound volume
level may sound lower than other
discs, but this is due to the disc's recording system, and
_snot due to tile player malfunctioning
Caution:
Abnormal
unplug
52
functioning
the AC power
of this
unit may be caused
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plug it in again
by static
electricity,
or other
external
interference
To restore
normal
operation,
• DO NOT MOVE THE UNIT DURING PLAYBACK
During playback, the disc rotates at high speed. Do NOT lift
or move the unit during playback. Doing so may damage the
disc.
• WHEN
MOVING
THE UNIT
When changing places of installation or packing the unit for
mowng, be sure to remove the disc and return the disc table
to its original position in the player. Then, switch the power
OFE (_heck that the "-OFF-"
indication on the display
_ff,
then disconnect the power cord.
• INSTALLATION
•
•
•
PLACE
Select a stable place to the side of a TV set or stereo
system to be connected to the unit.
When using the unit with a stereo system, install the
speakers a little bit away from the TV.
Do NOT install the unit on top of a TV or color monitor
Install the unit away from equipment that may be affected
by magnetism,
such as a cassette deck.
• AVOID INSTALLING
IN A PLACE THAT IS:
•
•
•
•
Exposed to direct sunlight
Exposed to humidity or where ventilation is poor
Extremely hot or cold
Exposed to vibration
•
•
Exposed to dust
Exposed to oily smoke,
kitchen)
steam or heat (for example,
Be sure there is ample space between the unit and the
glass doors when opening the disc table using the remote
control
If the disc table opens against strong resistance, such as
a closed glass door, damage to the unit may result.
• CONDENSATION
Moisture will form in the operating section of the player if
the player is brought from cool surroundings into a warm
room or if the temperature of the room rises suddenly. When
this happens, the player's performance will be impaired.
To prevent this, let the player stand m its new surroundings
for about an hour before switching _t on, or make sure that
the room temperature rises gradually.
Condensation may also form during the summer if the player
is exposed to the breeze from an air conditioner, in such cases,
change the location of the pPayer.
a
• DO NOT PLACE AN OBJECT ON TOP
Do NOT place an object on the unit
• DO NOT BLOCK VENTS
Do NOT use the player on top of a Iong-fibered carpet, bed or
sofa, and do not cover _twith a cloth etc. This will prevent
heat radiation and could result in damage.
• AVOID
• CAUTION: WHEN PLACING THE
UNIT IN A STEREO RACK WITH
GLASS DOORS
• SWITCH THE POWER OFF WHEN NOT
USING
THE UNIT
Depending on the strength of the TV or radio broadcast signal,
having the TV or radio ON while power to the unit is ON may
result in stripes on the TV screen or noise. However, this is
not a malfunction of this unit or the TV or radio. In such a
case, switch the power of the unit OFE
HEAT
Do NOT place the unit on equipment generating heat, such
as an amplifier.
When installing the unit m a rack, place it on the lowest shelf
possible (however, not where it is exposed to dust) and
separated from the amplifier to avoid the heat generated by
the amplifier or other audio equipment
POWER-CORD
CAUTION
Handle the power cord by the plug Do not pull out the plug
by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when
your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or
electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of furniture,
etc., on the power cord, or pinch the cord. Never make a
knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords
should be routed in such a way that they are not likely to be
stepped on A damaged power cord can cause a fire or give
you an electrical shock Check the power cord once In a while
When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER
authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement
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CARE OF DISCS
CAUTION WHEN USING THE DISC
All nghts reserved.
Unauthorized public performance, broadcasting
violation of applicable laws
How to hold discs
q
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or copying is a
When loading or removing discs, try not to touch their playing sudaces
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Cleaning
Fingerprints
[CLEANING
or other dirt on the disc may affect
picture
quality
To clean your discs, use a soft clean cloth to wipe them. If necessary,
moisten a soft cloth with diluted neutral detergent
to remove heavy
dirt or fingerprints
CARE ]
Use a soft, dr,/cloth for cleaning. For stubborn dirt, soak the
cloth in a weak detergent solution; wring well first and wipe.
Use a dry cloth to wipe it dry, Do not use any volatile agents
such as benzine or paint thinner, as they may damage the
surface of the player.
LD/CD lens cleaner
The player's pickup lens should not become dirty in normar
use, but if for some reason it should malfunction due to soiling,
consult your nearest PIONEER authorized service center. Lens
cleaners for LD/CD players are commercially available, but
special care should be exercised in their use dnce some may
cause damage to the tens.
Do not wipe in a circular direction
(Concentric
scratches
in the disc groove tend to cause noise,)
Gently wipe from the inside toward the outer edge.
Discs must not be cleaned with
record
cleaning sprays, or static
prevention sprays, etc, Also do not use volatile liquids such as benzine,
or thinner, etc
NEVER
•
PLAY CRACKED
OR WARPED
DISCS.
The disc revolves in the player at a high speed when it is played.
Never play a cracked, scratched or warped disc. This may damage
the player or cause Jt to malfunction.
Do not play a CD with a special shape
Do not play a CD having other shape than a circular disc, such as a
heart shaped disc Otherwise
malfunction
may occur
After using discs, store them upright
After playing a disc, always remove it from the player and return it to
its lacket Then 5tore it standing upright away from heat and humidity
•
Store discs carefully
If you store discs at an angle, or stacked on
top of each other, discs may become warped even when in their
Jackets
•
Do not leave discs in locations such as the seat of car, which may
become excessively
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Notes on using the optional
optical cable
• Do not route the cable around sharp objects. When storing, wind
the cable so that it has a diameter of at least 15 cm (6 inches),
• When connecting, push the plug al! the way into the terminal.
• Please don't use cables with a length of over 3 m (10 feet).
• If moisture or dust has collected on the plug, wipe it with a
soft cloth before connecting,
I Dolby Digital (AC-3)*
I
The maxdrnum 5.1 channels of audio used in the surround
system (Surround Digital) for mowe theaters is digital data
compressed by AC-3.
OOLBY
DIGITAL
Ac_o
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LD (Laserdisc}
[cAv
SURROUND
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PCM
l Laserdiscs with digital audio
]
These type of discs are recorded with digital audio signals m
addition to the analog audio signals This allows you to enjoy
high quality digital sound along with the laser disc's high quality
picture
RUE_iI_
I
]1tie numbers refer to titles of movies etc, As DVD discs have
a large capacity, many movies can be recorded on one disc
For example, when 3 different movies are recorded on a disc,
they are divided into TITLE 1, TITLE 2 and TITLE 3, Playback
can be operated by selecting the title number.
I Chapter number
or
L Multi audio discs with digital sound
These type of discs are recorded with different types of digital
audio and analog audio content
diGill:DI,
and MULTI AUDIO or diEiil''L/_ULTI
RUDIO
,=,u,=,,:,
AUDIO
Digital audio or analog audio can be enjoyed by switching
between them.
I
Chapter numbers are the numbers assigned to sections on a
title of the disc, similar to chapters in a book If the disc includes
these numbers, you can locate the section you want very
quickly using chapter search and other functions.
Some discs may not include chapter numbers.
[ Frame number
1
This is the number recorded in each frame on a CAV disc You
can use frame numbers for such operations as Frame Search
for a desired frame
}
The time number is the playback lapse time of a title in the
disc from its beginning. The scene you want to locate can be
searched for with the time number using the time number
function etc.
Maunfactured under hcense from Dolby Laboratories
"Dolby ", "'AC 3" and the double D symbol are trademarks of
Dotby Laboratones Conhdentzaf Unpublished [email protected] 1992
1997 Dolby Laboratories, lnc Aft rights reserved
Parental level
]
This function was suggested by parents.
Parental level
restnct_ons are restrictions incorporated into scenes that
parents do not wish their children to view
TOC
TOC (Table Of Contents) information
is data other than audio
signal data, recorded at the beginning of a disc As the name
implies, it's like the list of contents in a book, with information
such as the number of songs and playback time
• Some LDs also feature a TOC
• LDs and CDVs with a TOC belong to the "optical digital
audio video disc system" family of discs
• _ SRS Labs, Inc's TruSurround system has been adopted as
virtual technolog_ TruSulround _sa trademark of SRS Labs,
Inc SRS and the SRS symbol are registered trademarks of
SRS Labs, Inc in the United States and selected foreign
countnes
TruSurround Js incorporated under hcense from SRS Labs, Inc
Permission for use of Trugurround technology has been
registered through SRS Labs Inc
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PCM stands for Pulse Code Modulation and is digital audio
The digital audio of CD, LD or DVD discs is PCM.
I Time number
1
CLV disc iackets or labels are marked with "Extended
disc/CLV" or "Extended Play"
Sound carl be enjoyed virtuarly when a 2 channel audio system
is used. To virtualize the audio output, refer to "Switches to a
more spacious sound" on page 31
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CAV disc iackets or labels are marked with "Standard play disc/
CAV" or "Standard Play"
For DVD discs, the digital output PCM/[][] jack (coaxial or
optical) must be connected to the amplifier or processor's
digital input AC 3/PCM jack.
For LD discs, the AC-3 RF OUT (LD) iack must be connected
to the amplifier's AC 3 RF IN jack
Virtual Dolby Surround**
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Depending on the signal recording method used, there are
two types of Laserdiscs; Standard play discs (CAV) and
Extended play discs (CLV)
I Video CDs
]
[ Condition memory
]
These discs provide MD quality sound, and VHS quality video
images. Thanks to MPEG1, the digital signal compression
system, a single disc provides up to 74 minutes of continuous
digital audio and video. There are also Video CDs with Playback
Control (PBC) that let you select playback of desired scenes
using menus, and view still images.
"Condition" refers to the various mode settings etc. On this
player, various conditions, such as those set during playback
etc, can be memorized. This function allows you to play back
the same disc at any time without having to reset the condition
settings.
I Playback Control (PBC)
Regional restriction codes are built-in to DVD players and DVD
discs for each sales region, If the regional code of the DVD
player does not match one of the regional codes of the DVD
disc, playback will not be possible, At this time an indicator
will appear on the screen.
The region number is described on the rear panel.
Regional restriction codes (region number)
This refers to signals recorded on a Video CD (Version 2,0)
enabling playback control,
You can use menus recorded on discs with PBC for easy,
interactive Search for desired scenes, and playback.
You can also enjoy viewing high-resolution/standard resolution
still images,
[ High-resolution
images
Playable
1
Player
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Unplayable
Disc
Player
Disc
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If the high-resolution still images are recorded in the Video
CD, you can enjoy viewing them with four times the resolution
of moving images.
I Screen saver
I
When a still picture is displayed for a long period a phenomena
know as "screen burn" may occur.
To avoid this, computers are equipped with screen savers.
Multi-angle
I
When you watch regular TV programs you are watching the
image filmed through the TV camera. Because of this the
picture is displayed on your TV from the view point of the TV
camera's position. In a TV studio the image is filmed by many
cameras at the same time, and one of those images is selected
by the program director and transmitted to your household
TV. If all the filmed images were transmitted to your TV you
would be able to select the camera image you want. Some
DVD discs are recorded with the angles of all camera's used
for filming and these can be selected using this prayer. These
types of discs are called multi-angle discs.
I Subtitle
I Dynamic range
Subtitles are language titles superimposed on movies etc. Up
to 32 different subtitle languages can be recorded on a DVD
disc The subtitle function can be used to select the language
of your choice.
Dynamic range refers to the difference between the maximum
conversion level for transmission/conversion
of distortion free
signals and noise and/or the minimum level limited by the
equipment's characteristics. Decibel units (dB) are used.
L Aspect ratio
J
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height ratio of TV screens
The ratio of a normal TV is 4:3, while the ratio of a Hi-vision TV
or wide TV is 16:9. This allows you to enjoy a picture with a
wider perspectwe.
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I Optical digital output
I
Normally, audio is converted
to an electric signal and
transmitted through an electric wire from the player to the
amplifier etc. Changing this signal to a digital signal and
transmitting it through an optical fibre cable is called optical
digital output. (Optical digital input is the side receiving the
signal such as the amplifier etc.)
You can switch the setting of the optical digital output.
• PCM/[][]: Choose this setting when connecting to the Dolby
Digital (AC-3) optical digital input of an amp equipped with a
Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoder.
• PCM: Choose this setting when connecting to the optical
digital input of a regular amp, a Dolby Pro Logic amp etc
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General
Digital
System .......................
DVD system, LaserVision Disc system and
Compact Disc digital audio system
Laser .............. Semiconductor laser: wavelength 650 nm, 780 nm
Power requirements ............................................
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption .................................................................
57 W
Weight .............................................................
8.8 kg (19 Ib 6 oz)
Dimensions ............................
420 (W) x 463 (D) x 146 (H) mm
(16 I/2x18 3/16x5-3/4 in)
(Not including protruding cables, etc)
Operating temperature ................ +5°C to +35°C (+36°F to +96°F)
Operating humidity ..........................
5% to 85% (no condensation)
Video Output
(2 pairs)
Output level ...... 1 Vp-p (75 _ when loaded, synchronous negative)
Jacks ............................................................................
RCA jacks
S-Video
Output
Video Output
Output level ....................
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 _, synchronous negative
Cb, Cr: 07 Vp p, 75
Jacks ..........................................................................
RCA jacks
Audio Output
Frequency response
S/N ratio
Dynamic range
Total harmonic distortion
Wow and flutter
4 Hz to 22 kHz (DVD fs: 48 kHz)
4 Hz to 20 kHz (LD, CD)
115 dB (EIAJ)
97 dB (EIAJ)
! 0.003%
Limit of measurement
(±0001%
W. PEAK) or lower IEIAJ)
Other Terminals
Optical digital output (PCM/[][]) ......................
Optical digital jack
Coaxia! digital output (PCM/[_}
.................................
RCA jack
Coaxial digital output (PCM) ........................................
RCA jack
AC*3 RF output (for LD) .................................................
RCA jack
CONTROL IN ..........................................................
Minijack (3.5o]
CONTROL OUT .......................................................
Minijack (3.50)
level (2 pairs)
Y (luminance) - Output level .......................................
1 Vp-p (75 £_)
C (color) - Output level .......................................
286 mVp-p (75 £_)
Jacks ........................................................................
S-VIDEO jacks
Component
audio characteristics
(2 pairs)
Output level
During digital audio output .................... 200 mVrms (1 kHz, -20 dB)
Number of channels ....................................................................
2
Jacks ................................................................................
RCA jacks
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Remote control unit ......................................................................
AA!R6P dry cell batteries .............................................................
Audio cord .................................................................................
Video cord ................................................................................
Power cord ............................................................................
Operating Instructions ...........................................................
Warranty card .............................................................................
Industries Association's Consumer Electronics Group want you to
get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One
that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying
blaring or distortion-and, most importantly, without affecting your
sensitive hearing.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing "comfort level"
adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds "normal" can
actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by
setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.
To establish a safe level:
• Start your volume control at a low setting.
• Sh)wly increase the sound until you can hear it comtortably
clearly, and without distortion.
sound
and
The specifications and destgn of this product are subject to change
wtthout notice, due to tmprovement
For A Lifetime
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of
fun and enjoyment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often
undetectahle
until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic
Industries Association's
Consumer Electronics
Group recommend
you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound
levels is included for your protection.
Decibel
Level
30
40
50
60
70
80
Quiet library_soft whispers
Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic
Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office
Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine
Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant
Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock
at two feet.
THE FOLLOWING
NOISES
CONSTANT
EXPOSURE
90
100
120
140
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CAN BE DANGEROUS
UNDER
Subway, motorcycle,
truck traffic, lawn mower
Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic
drill
Rock band concert in l¥ont of speakers, thunderclap
Gunshot blast, jet phme
Rocket launching pad
level:
Taking a minute to do this now will help It) prevent hearing damage
or loss in the luture. After all, we want you listening li)r a litetime.
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NOTE:
We Want You Listening
Selecting
fine audio equipment
such as the unit you've just
purchased
is only the start of your musical enjoyment.
Now it's
time to consider how you can maximize
the fun and excitement
your equipment
offers. This manufacturer
and the Electronic
Once you have established
a comfiwtable
• Set the dia) and leave it there.
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Should this product require service in the U.S.A and you wish to locate the nearest Pioneer
Authorized
Independent
operating
below.
instructions,
Service Company, or if you wish
service
manuals,
Please do not ship your product
Department
or accessories,
to Pioneer
at the above listed number
without
first
to purchase
please
calling
replacement
parts,
call the number
shown
the Customer
Service
for assistance.
PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT DIVISION
P.O. BOX 1760, LONG BEACH,
CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
For warranty
information
please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product.
Should this product require service in Canada, please contact a Pioneer authorized dealer
in Canada to locate the nearest Pioneer Authorized Service Company.
Alternatively,
please contact or ship your defective product freight prepaid to one of the
following Factory Service locations closest to you:
Pioneer Electronics
of Canada. Inc.
Factory Service East
300 Allstate Parkway
Markham, ON L3R 0P2
(905) 479-4411
For warranty
information
Factory Service West
13911 Bridgeport Road
Richmond, BC VCV 1J6
(604) 278-1014
please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product.
Si ce produit dolt ¢tre rCpar6 au Canada, veuillez vous adresser a un distribute .r autoris6
Pioneer au Canada pour obtenir le nom de la societ6 de service autorisee Dior _er la plL"_
pres de chez vous. Ou encore, veuillez communiguer
avec le centre de servi¢ _ er, ,isq_
Pioneer le plus pros de chez vous ou faire parvenir I'article dCfectueux, port
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centre.
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Service en usine - Ouest
300 Allstate Parkway
Markham (Ontario) L3R 0P2
(905) 479-4411
13911 Bridgeport Road
Richmond (C.-B.) VCV 1J6
(604) 278-!014
Pour obtenir des renseignements
Garantie Limitee gui accompagne
sur la garantie,
le produit.
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