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THREE-CD CHANGER
MINI-COMPACT SYSTEM
DVD/VIDEO-CD/CD-R/RW
PLAYBACK
MAX-DB9900
Instruction Manual
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Safety Warnings
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE REAR COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified
as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
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Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage which
can cause electric shock is present inside this unit.
This symbol alerts you to important operating and
maintenance instructions accompanying the unit.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH
WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
Contents
Thank you for buying this SAMSUNG mini-compact system.
Please take time to read these instructions.They will allow you to operate your system with
ease and take full advantage of its features.
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SAFETY WARNINGS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
INSTALLING YOUR MINI-COMPACT SYSTEM
Front Panel View ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Display Window .................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Rear Panel View ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Remote Control ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Where to Install Your Mini-Compact System............................................................................................................................................ 7
Connecting your System to the Power Supply ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Inserting Remote Control Batteries .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Range of Operation of the Remote Control ............................................................................................................................................ 7
Connecting to an External Source .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Video Output Selection ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Connecting the Loudspeakers ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Connecting the AM (MW)/LW Aerial ........................................................................................................................................................ 10
Connecting the FM Aerial ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Connecting the SW Aerial(optional) ........................................................................................................................................................ 10
Connection of the TV monitor (optional) and VCR (optional) .................................................................................................................. 11
Connection of the MD recorder (optional)................................................................................................................................................ 11
Demo/Dimmer function ............................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Setting the Clock ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
DVD/VCD/CD-PLAYER
Loading and Changing Compact Discs.................................................................................................................................................... 13
Playing a Disc ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Selecting a Disc in the CD changer ........................................................................................................................................................ 13
DVD Playback .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Forward/Reverse Searching .................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Forward/Reverse Searching (Cont’d) ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
Repeat Playback ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Using Disc Menu/Title ............................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Program Playback .................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Program Playback (Cont’d) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Selecting the Audio Language/Subtitle Language .................................................................................................................................. 17
Various DVD Functions ............................................................................................................................................................................ 18
System Setup .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
System Setup (Cont’d) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Setting up the Language Features .......................................................................................................................................................... 19
MP3 Playback .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
MP3 Playback (Cont’d) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Dolby Surround ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Dolby Surround (Cont’d) .......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
TUNER
Searching for and Storing the Radio Stations ........................................................................................................................................ 24
Selecting a Stored Station........................................................................................................................................................................ 25
Improving Radio Reception...................................................................................................................................................................... 25
TAPE DECK
Listening to a Cassette ............................................................................................................................................................................ 26
CD Synchro Record Feature.................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Recording a Compact Disc ...................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Recording a Radio Program .................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Copying a Cassette (Dubbing) ................................................................................................................................................................ 27
Selecting the Cassette Playback Mode (Deck 2 Only) ............................................................................................................................ 27
Tape Counter............................................................................................................................................................................................ 27
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Timer Function ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Cancelling the Timer ................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Mute Function .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Selecting Sound Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Power Surround Function ........................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Setting the System to Switch off Automatically ........................................................................................................................................ 30
Subwoofer Level Function........................................................................................................................................................................ 30
Connecting Headphones.......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Microphone Function................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Cleaning Your Mini-Compact System ...................................................................................................................................................... 31
Precautions When Using Compact Discs ................................................................................................................................................ 32
Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes .............................................................................................................................................. 32
Disc type and characteristics .................................................................................................................................................................. 33
Before Contacting the After-Sales Service .............................................................................................................................................. 34
Symbols
Press
Push
Important
Note
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Front Panel View
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Compact Disc Compartment
Display Window
Demo/Dimmer
Sleep
Timer On/Off
Timer/Clock
Standby/On
Function Select buttons
MIC Select buttons
FM Mono/ST
Memory
Cassette Deck 1
REC/Pause
Stop/Tuning Mode/Search Function buttons/CD
track/DVD Title select
15. CD Synchro Recording
16. Cassette Deck 2
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Program
CD Repeat
Enter
Headphone Jack Connector
Power Surround
Multi jog/DVD Chapter select
Subwoofer Level
TAPE Normal Speed Dubbing
Sound Mode
Volume
Tape Reverse Mode
CD Open/Close
Disc Change
Disc Selection buttons
Tape Counter Reset
Deck 1/2
Display Window
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Power Surround
Sound Mode
Volume and EQ Level
Program and Tuner Preset Number
Main Display (Function, Frequency, Time, etc.)
FM Mode (STEREO)
EQ
D.S.P
Tape Reverse Mode
CD Synchro Recording
Tuner Frequency unit
Dobly select Functions
Sleep
CD Repeat Mode
MP3-CD
Clock
Playing Disc Number
Recording
Tape 1/2
Tuning Mode (Auto)
CD Program or Tuner Memory to Program
Tuner Preset
TUNED
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Rear Panel View
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1. FM Aerial Connector Terminal
2. SW Aerial(Option)
3. AM Aerial Connector Terminal
4. Main speaker Connector Terminals
5. Digital out Jack
6. LINE OUT
7. Subwoofer speaker Connector Terminals
8. VIDEO OUT
9. Center speaker Connector Terminals
10. AUX-Input
11. Rear speaker Connector Terminals
12. Voltage Selector(Option)
Remote Control
Standby/On button
AUX button
TUNER(Band) button
Title button
Menu button
Audio(MO/ST) button
Subtitle button
Display button
Return button
Timer On/Off button
Mute button
P.Surround button
DSP/EQ button
Subwoofer Level button
Disc Skip button
Dolby Surround(
) button
Go To button
Play/Pause button
Stop button
Direction/Enter DVD button
Tuning Preset/CD Skip button
Tuning Up/Down/CD Search button
TAPE Function buttons
Deck 1/2 button
Counter Reset buttons
Number(0~9) buttons
Clear button
Slow button
Setup button
Step button
Sleep button
Rec/Pause button
Sound Edit button
SPK Mode button
Test Tone button
Program button
Angle button
Repeat button
Zoom button
Open/Close button
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Where to Install Your Mini-Compact System
Inserting Remote Control Batteries
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To take full advantage of your new mini-compact system, follow
these installation instructions before connecting the unit.
1
Install the system on a flat, stable surface.
Never place this unit on carpeting.
Never place this unit in an outdoor area.
Maintain an open space of approximately 6 inches (15 cm) on the
sides and rear of the system, for ventilation purposes.
Make sure that you have enough room to open the compact disc
compartment easily.
Place the loudspeakers at a reasonable distance on either side of
the system to ensure good stereo sound.
Direct the loudspeakers towards the listening area.
For optimum performance, make sure that both speakers are placed
at an equal distance above the floor.
2
3
Remove the battery cover on the
back of the remote by pressing
down and sliding the cover in the
direction of the arrow.
Insert two 1.5V AAA batteries, paying
attention to the correct polarities (+
and –).
Replace the battery cover.
Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells:
• Place batteries in the remote control so they match the
polarity:(+) to (+)and (–)to (–).
• Use the correct type of batteries.Batteries that look similar may
differ in voltage.
• Always replace both batteries at the same time.
• Do not expose batteries to heat or flame.
Range of Operation of the Remote Control
Connecting your System to the
Power Supply
The remote control can be used up to approximately 23 feet/7 meters
in a straight line. It can also be operated at a horizontal angle of up to
30° from the remote control sensor.
The main lead must be plugged into an appropriate socket.
Before plugging your system into a main socket, you must
check the voltage.
1
Check the position of the voltage selector on the rear of the system
(OPTIONAL).
2
3
Plug the main lead into an appropriate socket.
Press the Standby/ON button to switch your mini-compact system .
To open the remote control cover, push the top of the cover, then
slide downward.
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Connecting to an External Source
Video Output Selection
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The auxiliary input can be used to take advantage of the
sound quality of your mini-compact system when listening to
other sources.
Examples: A television
A video disc player
A Hi-Fi stereo video cassette recorder
To connect to the external source, the source must have an
audio output. In addition, you need an RCA connection cable.
1
2
Set the system to standby mode and disconnect it and the external
source from the main socket.
Connect the audio cable to the rear of the mini-compact system.
Connect the...
To the connector marked...
Red jack
White jack
R (right)
L (left)
For optimum sound quality, do not invert the right and left
channels.
3
Plug the system back into the main socket and press Standby/On to
switch it on.
4
Select the AUX source by pressing AUX.
Result: AUX is displayed.
5
6
Switch the external source on.
Adjust the volume and balance as required:
Volume
Equalizer
Example: You can watch a film and take advantage of stereo sound
provided that the original sound track is in stereo (as if you
were in a cinema).
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Press the REC/Pause button in POWER OFF, then it is converted to
“
” and select the TYPE you want.
Example : Select PAL, if TV is for PAL.
When disk is set to NTSC in PAL, it doesn't operate.
Connecting the Loudspeakers
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Subwoofer(R)
Subwoofer(L)
Front Speaker (R)
Front Speaker (L)
Center Speaker
Rear Speaker (L)
Rear Speaker (R)
The loudspeaker connector terminals are located on the rear of the system.
There are four terminals on the system:
Two for the left speaker (marked L)
Two for the right speaker (marked R)
To achieve the correct sound quality, connect the:
Red wire to the + terminals
Black wire to the – terminals
1
To connect a wire to a terminal, push the tab as far as it will go:
To the right on the system
2
3
Insert the wire, up to the plastic sheathing, in the hole.
4
Repeat the operation for each wire.
Push the tab back:
To the left on the system, until it clicks into place
To the top on the loudspeaker
Result: The wire is pinched and held firmly in place.
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Connecting the AM (MW)/LW Aerial
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The AM aerial (for long and medium waves) can be:
Placed on a stable surface
Fixed to the wall (you must first remove the base)
The AM aerial connector terminals are located on the rear of the system and are marked AM .
To avoid noise interference, check that the loudspeaker wires do not run close to the aerial wires.
Always keep them at least 2 inches (5 cm) away.
Connecting the FM Aerial
How to connect a COAXIAL TYPE aerial.
Connect a 75Ω antenna to the FM antenna terminal.
Plug the connector on the FM aerial supplied into the coaxial socket (75Ω) marked FM on the rear of the system.
Follow the instructions given on Page 24 to tune into a radio station, and determine the best position for the aerial.
If reception is poor, you may need to install an outdoor aerial.
To do so, connect an outdoor FM aerial to the FM socket on the rear of the system using a 75Ω coaxial cable (not supplied).
Connecting the SW Aerial (optional)
How to connect a WIRE TYPE aerial.
Spread the SW aerial out and attach the ends to a wall,in the position
providing the best reception.
If reception is poor (e.g. distance from transmitter too great,walls blocking
the radio waves,etc.),install an outdoor aerial.
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Connection of the TV monitor (optional) and VCR (optional)
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The following show examples of connections commonly used to connect the DVD player with a External Source.
(Example : TV, VCR, DAT CD-RW, etc)
• When S-VIDEO is connected, S-VIDEO has priority.
Connection of the MD recorder (optional)
DVD/CD Digital Out Jack
This unit can output DVD/CD digital sound signals through this jack. Use an optical cable to connect
digital audio equipment. (DAT deck, MD recorder, etc.).
Remove the dust cap (1) from the DVD/CD DIGITAL OUT jack. Then, connect an optical cable plug to
the DVD/CD DIGITAL OUT jack.
When the DVD/CD DIGITAL OUT jack is not being used
Attach the supplied dust cap.
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Demo/Dimmer function
Setting the Clock
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All functions available on the system can be viewed on the
display and the display's brightness can be switched between
"on" and "off".
1
Press the Demo/Dimmer button.
Result: All functions available on the system appear on the front
panel display.
Your system is equipped with a clock which allows you to
turn your system on and off automatically. You should set the
clock:
When you first purchase the mini-compact system
After a power failure
After unplugging the unit
For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required
options. If you exceed this time, you must start again.
Each of these are explained in detail in this guide. Please refer to
the relevant section.
2
Press the Demo/Dimmer button again.
Result: The Dimmer function is selected and the display darkens.
3
Press the Demo/Dimmer button once again to brighten the front
panel display.
1
2
3
A display brightness control can only be performed while the
system power is on.
4
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/On.
Press Timer/Clock twice.
Result: CLOCK is displayed.
Press Enter.
Result: The hour flashes.
To...
Turn the Multi Jog knob to the...
Increase the hours
Decrease the hours
Right
Left
5
When the correct hour is displayed, press Enter.
Result: The minutes flash.
6
To...
Turn the Multi Jog knob to the...
Increase the minutes
Decrease the minutes
Right
Left
1,2
7
When the correct time is displayed, press Enter.
Result: The clock starts and is displayed, even when the system is in
standby mode.
You can display the time, even when you are using another
function, by pressing Timer/Clock once.
You can also use
/
buttons to instead Multi Jog
knob in step 4, 6.
2
1
4,6
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Loading and Changing Compact
Discs
Playing a Disc
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Playback
The CD disc changer can contain up to three 12 cm or 8 cm
compact discs without using an adapter.
Never force the compact disc carrousel when opening and closing the compartment.
Never press down or place objects on the carrousel.
Always treat your compact discs with care; refer, if necessary, to
the section entitled “Precautions When Using Compact Discs” on
page 32.
1
2
3
4
5
Switch the system on by pressing On/Standby.
Press the Open/Close(
3
Press the Play/Pause(
close the disc tray.
) button.
Place a disc gently into the tray with the disc's label facing up.
) button or Open/Close(
) button to
Pausing Playback
Press the Open/Close( ) button on the front panel.
Result: The compartment opens.
Press the Play/Pause (
) button during playback.
To resume, press the Play/Pause (
) button again.
Place one or two discs in the front slots of the carrousel, with the
label on the discs facing upwards.
Check that the compact disc has been correctly inserted in
the holder before closing the compartment.
If you wish to load a third compact disc, press the Disc Change button on the front panel (or Disc Skip on the remote control).
Result: The carrousel rotates by 120°.
Close the compartment by pressing the Open/Close( ) button
again.
If you wish to start playing a disc directly, you can also
proceed as follows.
To play...
Press...
Disc 1
DVD/CD (
) or Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 3
Result: The compartment closes automatically and the disc selected
starts playing.
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1
2
Depending on the disc, the initial disc information screen may
look disc to disc.
When playing a DVD containing MPEG format, video may not
be reproduced correctly and you may get picture distortion.
Stopping Playback
Press the Stop (
) button during playback.
During playback, when the Stop ( )button is pressed, the position is stored
in the memory, and
STOP is shown on the display.
When the Play/Pause (
) button or Return button is pressed
subsequently , playback resumes from the position at which it was stopped.
If the Stop ( ) button is pressed a second time, the resume play' memory
function is canceled, and
STOP is shown on the display. When the
Play/Pause (
)button is pressed, playback starts from the beginning.
1,3
To change or unload the compact disc changer, repeat Steps 2 to 5.
Keep the compartment closed whenever you are not using
it, to prevent dust from entering.
You can load or unload compact discs when the radio,
tape or auxiliary source function is selected.
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2,5
5
4
Selecting a Disc in the CD changer
The CD function is automatically selected when DISC SKIP is
pushed.
To select a specific disc, press the corresponding Disc (1, 2, 3) button
on the front panel or Disc Skip on the remote control, until the
required disc indicator flashes.
5
If you use the Disc (1, 2, 3) function when listening to the
radio or to a tape, the system switches automatically to the
DVD/CD mode.
If the disc selected is not loaded, the next disc is played automatically.
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Forward/Reverse Searching
DVD Playback
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Using the On-Screen Display
During playback, you can search quickly through a chapter or
track for a specific scene or tune.
Press the Display button on the remote.
T1/2
VIDEO
High-Speed Playback
Press the
C 1/8
Pressthe
DVD indicator
TITLE indicator
ENG
VIDEO
CHAPTER
indicator
ENG 1/3
and
button.
00:00:00
TITLE ELAPSED
indicator
OFF
1/1
ANGLE indicator
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
REPEAT indicator
indicator
AUDIO LANGUAGE DISC TYPE indicator
indicator
button
Press the
button
X2
X2
X4
X4
X8
X8
PLAY
PLAY
playback (reverse playback) is possible on DVDs.
The On-Screen Display disappears.
Skipping through a Chapter
What is a Title?
A movie contained in a DVD disc.
What is a Chapter?
Each Title on a DVD disc is divided into several smaller sections called
"chapters".
Press the
and
button.
Each time the button is pressed during playback, it moves to the
next or previous chapter and plays it.
However, you cannot skip forward or backward through consecutive the chapters.
Turning the sound off temporarily?
SEARCH
SEARCH
Press the Mute button during playback.
This operation may be useful when you need to greet the guests or
answer the telephone.
If the player is left for more than 3 minutes in pause mode,
it will stop.
Slow Play/Playing Frame by Frame
Press the Slow button.
X2
X4
X8
PLAY
Playing Frame by Frame
Press the Step button.
The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is pressed.
No sound is heard during high-speed playback and step motion.
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Forward/Reverse Searching (Cont’d)
Using Disc Menu/Title
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To move directly to a title, chapter, or time
1
You can use the menus for the audio language, subtitle language, profile, etc. DVD menu contents differ from disc to disc.
Press the Go To button.
Each time the button is pressed, it repeats as shown below.
T1/2
VIDEO
C 1/8
00:00:00
TITLE
2
To Select the Disc Menu
T1/2
VIDEO
C 1/8
00:00:00
CHAPTER
VIDEO
T1/2
Press Number(0~9) button or the Left/Right (
/
Press the Menu button during playback.
The Menu Screen appears.
C 1/8
:
TIME
1
00:00:00
:
) button.
When playing a VCD version 2.0, you can operate it using PBC
On/Off function.
2
Use the Up/Down ( /
the different features.
) or Left/Right(
/
) button to access
Each the desired scene is located and then played.
Depending on the disc, the Title function may not work.
3
Press the Enter button only the remote control.
The selected item will play.
1
Using the Title Menu
2
2
Press the Title button.
For DVDs containing multiple titles, you can view the title of each
movie.
Depending on the disc, this function may either not work at all, or
may work differently.
2
Repeat Playback
1
Repeat playback allows you to repeat a chapter, title, or track.
Playing Repeatedly
Press the Repeat button.
Each time the Repeat button is pressed
2,3
Repeat playback operation is not possible with version 2.0 VCD
discs if PBC is turned on.
To operate this feature, press the MENU button, and then select
"PBC OFF".
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Program Playback
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Use this function with video and music CDs to play the tracks
in a particular order.
To Program Tracks in a particular order
in Stop mode
1
Press the Program button.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
PLAY :
2
FINISH : PROGRAM
Press the Enter button then use the Number buttons to select the
desired title.
You can use also just the Left/Right/Down/Up (
button.
/
/
/
)
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
PLAY :
3
FINISH : PROGRAM
2,3,4,5
Press the Enter button, then use the Number buttons to select the
desired chapter.
You can use also just the Left/Right/Down/Up (
button.
/
/
/
)
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
4
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
1
NEXT
FINISH : PROGRAM
Press the Enter button.
The selected track number is programming and the cursor moves
to the next number.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
To Playback the Tracks in the Programmed Order
Press the Play/Pause (
) button.
To Cancel the Programming
FINISH : PROGRAM
Press either the Program button or Stop (
5
) button twice.
At this time, you can continue programming if you want to.
When programming more than NEXT 10 tracks, select
and then press the Enter button.
The program selection screen where you can program up to
10 additional tracks appears.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
7
3
2
3
4
2
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
6
7
8
9
10
TITLE CHAPT
4
1
6
2
3
4
5
5
1
2
NEXT
FINISH : PROGRAM
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Press Return button to return to the previous level.
Program Playback (Cont’d)
Selecting the Audio Language/Subtitle Language
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Selecting the Audio Language
To Change the Program
1
2
Press the Up/Down (
changed.
/
) button to select the track number to be
Press the Enter button to select the title or chapter to be changed.
The cursor moves to the next number when the Enter button is
pressed again.
3
Depending on the number of languages recorded on a DVD disc,
a different audio language (KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, etc.) is
selected each time the button is pressed.
ENG
Press the Clear button and then press the Number buttons.
You can use also just the Left/Right (
4
Press the Audio button.
/
VIDEO
) button.
ENG 1/3
OFF
1/1
SPA 2/3
Press the Enter button.
FRE 3/3
The cursor moves to the number below.
5
Repeat steps 1-4 above to change the program.
Depending on the disc, DTS or DIGITAL PRO LOGIC can be selected.
1,2,3,4
Selecting the Subtitle Language
Press the Subtitle button.
3
Depending on the number of languages recorded on a DVD disc,
a different subtitle language (KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, etc.) is
selected each time the button is pressed.
To make the subtitles disappear, select "OFF".
VIDEO
ENG 1/3
ENG 1/1
OFF
1/1
SPA 2/3
FRE 3/3
OFF
To delete the entire Program
Press the Stop (
) button twice during playback.
Press the Stop (
) button once when in the Stop mode.
Press the Open/Close ( ) button on the main unit.
The disc tray will open and then close. The program will then be deleted.
The word INVALID appears on the TV screen!
If this message appears on the TV screen while buttons are
being operated, that operation is not possible with that particular disc.
Depending on the disc, the audio or subtitle language function may not work.
When you have entered a wrong number
Press the Clear button.
When you want to delete a selection during programming, select
the track (or chapter, or title) to be deleted and then press the Clear
button.
You can program or change particular tracks for VCD or CD
discs in the same manner.
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Various DVD Functions
System Setup
GB
To enlarge an image
You can use the DVD player's Setup function to select the TV
screen ratio, rating limit, or digital output mode.
Press the Zoom button.
To Set up the System
Images can be enlarged 2x and 4x.
During DVD playback, press the ZOOM button to zoom in 2X/4X/normal,
in that order.
Press (
/
/
/
1
From the stop mode, press the Setup button.
) to move the enlarged portion you want to watch.
SYSTEM
LANGUAGES
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
Setup : Exit
2
2
Press the Left/Right (
/
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
3
Press the Up/Down (
) button to select the system.
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
Setup : Exit
/
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
) button to select the desired item.
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
Setup : Exit
Selecting the desired Screen Angle
4
Press the Enter button or Right (
) button.
Move to the desired items.
Press the Angle button.
Then press the Left (
This function only works with discs on which multiple angles have been
recorded.
During playback, press the Angle button to select the desired angle in
1/3, 2/3, 3/3, normal, in that order.
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
OFF
) button to return to the previous step.
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
Setup : Exit
1/3
2/3
3/3
5
Press the Up/Down ( / ) button to select the desired sub-item
and then press the Enter button.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
4:3LB
LB
4:3
OFFPS
4:3
16:9
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
Setup : Exit
2,3,4,5
1
To End the System Setup
Press the Setup button again.
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System Setup (Cont’d)
Setting up the Language Features
GB
TV SCREEN(TV SCREEN RATIO)
Using the DVD player's Setup function, you can customize the
Menu Language, Subtitle Language, and Disc Menu Language.
Select when you want to watch a 16:9 screen ratio DVD movie on a TV
with a 4:3 ratio screen.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
1
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
To set up the language feature
Press the Setup button from the stop mode.
LANGUAGES
Setup : Exit
4:3LB
You can see the full 16:9 picture, but black bars will
appear at the top and bottom of the screen.
4:3PS
You can only view the central portion of the 16:9 screen.
16:9
You can view in wide screen but the top and bottom of
the picture will be cut off.
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
2
However if the movie is recorded in 4:3 ratio, you cannot view the full
16:9 picture with the above functions.
Press the Up/Down (
Setup : Exit
/
) button to select the desired item.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHI NESE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
RATING LEVEL
The Rating Level function works in conjunction with DVDs which have been
assigned a rating, to help control the type of DVD that your family watches.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
1
2
Setup : Exit
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
BITSTREAM
Select RATING LEVEL, then press the Enter button.
If LEVEL 6 is selected, a disc which contains
rating LEVEL 7 and above cannot be played.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
If you select NEW PASSWORD, the
screen changes and enables you to enter
the new password.
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
(AUDIO LANGUAGE)
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
(SUBTITLE LANGUAGE)
(DISC MENU LANGUAGE)
Press the Enter button or Right (
LANGUAGES
Use the Up/Down ( / ) button to select
either RATING LEVEL or NEW PASSWORD,
and then press the Enter button.
Setup : Exit
(PLAYER MENU LANGUAGE)
AUDIO
Then press the Left (
The player’s password is set to "7890" by default.
3
OSD LANGUAGE
SYSTEM
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
4
) button to return the previous step.
OSD LANGUAGE
Setup : Exit
Press the Up/Down ( / ) button to select the desired language
and then press the Enter button.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
FRENCH
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
Setup : Exit
) button.
Move to the language features.
Use the number(0~9) buttons to input a 4digit password.
There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.
: Move
3
Setup : Exit
: Move
GERMAN
Setup
: Exit
JAPANESE
When the rating level password has been forgotten
While the player is in the stop mode, hold the Dubbing button down
on the main unit for more than 5 seconds.
"INITIAL" appears on the display and all default settings will return
to Factory Preset.
2,3,4
DIGITAL OUTPUT
BITSTREAM
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
SYSTEM
Select this if Dolby Digital 5.1 CH
connections have been made.
Sends a digital signal that
carries the Dolby Digital 5.1 or
DTS multichannel information
to your external decoder.
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
Setup : Exit
LPCM
Select this otherwise.
Sends a linear PCM(Pulse
Code Modulation), or 2 channel
stereo signal, to your A/V
receiver.
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To End the Language Features Setup
Press the Setup button again.
Press Return button to return to the previous level.
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MP3 Playback
GB
This system is incorporated with an MP3 decoder. You can
play back MP3 tracks (files)recorded on CD-Rs,CD-RWs,and
CD-ROMs.
Starting Playback
To go off the on-screen bar
Press the Display button.
Each time you press the button, the on-screen bar appears in
sequence.
It is recommended to turn on your TV when playing back an MP3 disc.
1
2
Press the Open/Close(
) button to load a disc.
Press the Play/Pause(
) button.
After detecting the disc, playback starts.
The on-screen bar and the contents recorded on the MP3 disc will
be shown on the TV if it is turned on.
2
MP3 File Compatibility
1
To stop during playback
Press the Stop (
) button.
What is MP3?
MP3 is an abbreviation of Motion Picture Experts Group (or
MPEG) Audio Layer 3. MP3 is simply a file format with a
data compression ratio of 1:10 (128 Kbps*).
That means,by using MP3 format, one CD-R or CD-RW can
contain 10 times as much data volume as a regular CD can.
*Bit rate is the average number of bits that one second of
audio data will consume. The measuring unit used is Kbps
(1000 bits per second).
To get a better audio quality, choose a higher bit rate. The
most popular bit rate for encoding (recording)is 128 Kbps.
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This system can only read MP3 files that are recorded in
the format that is compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1 or
Level 2.
The system can read or play MP3 files only with the
extension code —“.mp3 ”.
ID3*tags cannot be shown on the display.
*An MP3 file can contain file information called “ID3 Tag ”
where its album name, performer, rack title, etc. are
recorded. There are two versions —ID3v1 (ID3 Tag version 1)and ID3v2 (ID3 Tag version 2).
CD-R/RW playback compatibility
Your DVD player can also play CD-R and CD-RW discs
recorded in digital audio format. When recording your own
CD-R or CD-RW discs, make sure that the recording session is properly terminated, or they will not be playable.
(Depending on disc properties and recording quality,
some CD-R/RW may not be playable.)
CD-RW has a lower reflection rate than CD-R media and
consequently it will take a longer to read CD-R discs.
CD-RW discs recorded at high speed tend to be difficult
for the DVD player to read. If the recording speed for the
CD-RW disc is not predetermined, write it at low speed.
MP3 Playback (Cont’d)
MP3 Playback (Cont’d)
GB
Operations Using the On-Screen Display
It is recommended to turn on your TV when playing back an MP3
disc.
When the loaded MP3 disc is recognized, the following on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
(The contents of this on-screen display varies according to the disc —
the way MP3 tracks were recorded on the disc.)
Repeating Playback
On an MP3 disc, Repeat A↔B cannot be used.
You can enjoy only repeat play.
Press the Repeat button.
The indication corresponding to the selected mode appears on the TV
screen.
Each time you press the button, repeat mode changes as follows:
REPEAT:RANDOM
: All tracks recorded on the disc will be played once at random
REPEAT:ONE
: Current track will be repeated.
REPEAT:DIR
: Tracks in the current directory will be repeated.
REPEAT:DISC
: All tracks on the disc will be repeated.
REPEAT OFF
: Repeat play is canceled.(Normal play is resumed.)
Button
ENTER,
▲/ ▼
To do
Start playback or go into a directory.
Select a track or directory.
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Dolby Surround
Dolby Surround
GB
Adjusting Speaker Level Balance
Dolby Surround modes
Press the Dolby Surround button.
PRO-Logic is selected, and the playback sound has the Dolby
Surround effect.
To cancel Dolby Surround mode
Press the Dolby Surround button repeatedly until PASS is
displayed.
The unit is equipped with a built-in test signal generator called a
noise sequencer which outputs a noise signal that ‘travels’ from
channel to channel. This enables the simple adjustment of sound
levels, to achieve, at the listening position, the same apparent
loudness from each channel. Use the remote control.
1
Press the Dolby Surround button.
Result: “
2
PRO-LOGIC” appears on the displayed.
Press the Test Tone button.
A noise signal is sent to each channel in turn in the following
sequence.
L
CNTR
R
REAR
(L : Left Speaker, CNTR : Center Speaker,
R : Right Speaker, REAR : Rear Speaker)
When playing DVD, if an Audio is Dolby Digital, it can not be
operated.
When being connected to headphones and microphone, this
function cannot be operated.
3
4
Press the Test Tone button again to stop the noise signal.
To change the sound levels or delay time after adjusting the balance
with the noise sequencer.
Press the Sound Edit button.
While L, R, CNTR, REAR is displayed, press the UP/DOWN
Additional Dolby Surround modes
In addition to the PRO-Logic mode, this unit is also equipped with the
3 STEREO modes.
PRO-Logic : Use this mode when rear speakers are connected. The
center channel signals are output through the left and right speakers.
3 STEREO : Use this mode when no rear speakers are connected. This
mode reproduces rear sounds through the front speakers.
PRO-Logic
3 STEREO
(
/
) button.
Press the Speaker Mode button.
While CNTR, REAR, DELAY TIME is displayed, press the
UP/DOWN ( / ) button.
– CNTR : Large/Small/None
– REAR : USE/None
– DELAY TIME : 15/20/25/30 MS
When the Dolby surround system is on, this function can be
operated.
PASS
Depending on the sound source or listening conditions, a surround
effect may not be obtained even when the Dolby Surround is on.
The full Dolby Surround effect cannot be obtained when using softDOLBY SURROUND
ware without
mark. In this case, use the DSP
system instead. P R O L O G I C
1
4
4
4
4
4
2,3
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Dolby Surround (Cont’d)
Dolby Surround (Cont’d)
GB
To set the delay time
Speaker Setting Methods
When 5.1 Channel Surround Sound is played, you can enjoy the
best sound if the distance between you and each speaker is the
same. You can set Delay Time in the Center/Rear Speaker to
customize the sound to the acoustics of your room.
Setting Center Speaker
If the distance of Dc is equal to or longer than the distance of Df in
the figure, set the mode as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the table on the table.
Setting Rear Speakers
If the distance of Df is equal to the distance of Ds in the figure, set
the mode as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the table.
(A)=Df-Dc
Distance of (A)
Value(ms)
50
100
400
200
1.3
2.6
3.9
5.3
Front Speakers
(B)=Df-Ds
Distance of (B)
Value(ms)
Set the front speakers so that their tweeters (high-range) are aligned
at about ear level and at a horizontal angle of 45° to the prime
listening position.
200
5.3
400
10.6
Center Speaker
600
15.9
Ideally the center speaker should be positioned with its top surface
flush with the front speakers. However, you may place the speaker
either on top or near the bottom of your TV set.
Dc: Distance from center speaker to
listening position
Df: Distance from front speakers to
listening position
Ds: Distance from rear speakers to
listening position
Rear Speakers
Set the rear speakers further back parallel to the walls, at 60 to 90
centimeters (2 to 3 feet) above prime listening position ear level.
If the space behind the listening position is insufficient (i.e., too
close to the wall), place the rear speakers facing each other on
either side.
Ideal Center Speaker Position
Subwoofer Speaker
Place the subwoofer at any convenient location within the vicinity of
the listening position.
Dc
Df
Ds
Ideal Rear Speaker Position
Arrange all speakers within a circle as
shown in the figure.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolb”,
“Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. ©1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Manufactured under license from Digital Theater System,s Inc.
US Pat. No’S 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,978,308; 5,978,762;
6,226,616; 6,487,535 and other U.S. and world-wide patents
issued and pending. “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996,
2003 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Searching for and Storing the Radio
Stations
Searching for and Storing the Radio
Stations
GB
You can store up to:
15 FM stations
5 MW stations
5 SW1 stations
5 SW2 stations
1
2
3
4
5
or
15 FM stations
15 AM stations
(8 MW stations,7 LW stations )
6
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/On.
2,3
Select the TUNER function by pressing TUNER on the front panel.
Select the required frequency band by pressing TUNER (Band)
again on the front panel or Tuner (Band) on the remote control.
Result: The appropriate indication is displayed:
FM
Frequency Modulation
AM(MW)
Medium Wave
LW(Option)
Long Wave
SW1/SW2(Option)
Short Wave
To search for a
station...
Press Tuning Mode
Manually
Automatically
One or more times until MANUAL is displayed.
One or more times until AUTO is displayed.
Select the station to be stored by:
Turning the Multi Jog knob to the right or to the left to increase or
decrease the frequency respectively
or
Pressing Tuning
or
on the remote control
5
7
1
8
5
4
5,8
5
To scroll through the frequencies faster when searching manually, hold down the Tuning Mode Down or Up buttons.
The automatic search procedure may stop on a frequency that
does not correspond to a radio station. If this happens, use the
manual search mode.
6
7
8
Adjust the volume by:
Turning the Volume knob on the front panel
or
Pressing the Volume + or – buttons on the remote control
Select the FM stereo or mono mode by pressing Mono/ST.
If you do not want to store the radio station found, revert to Step 4
and search for another station.
Otherwise:
a Press Memory.
Result: The PRGM is displayed for a few seconds.
b Press Tuning Mode Down and Up to assign a program number.
c Press Memory to store the radio station.
Result: PRGM is no longer displayed and the station is stored.
9
To store any other radio frequencies required, repeat Steps 3 to 8.
The PROGRAM function can be used to assign a new station to
an existing program number.
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6
Selecting a Stored Station
You can listen to a stored radio station as follows:
1
2
3
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/ON.
Select the TUNER function by pressing Band on remote control.
Select the required frequency band by pressing Band on the remote
control or TUNER (Band) again on the front panel.
4
Press the Tuning Mode button on the front panel of the unit, or the
Tuning Mode button on the remote control until “PRESET” is
displayed.
5
Tuning the Multi-Jog on the front panel left or right until the desired
station is found.
or
Select the desired station by pressing the Tuning
or
button.
Result: The desired station is now received.
Improving Radio Reception
GB
You can improve the quality of radio reception by:
Rotating the FM or AM(MW) aerial
Testing the positions of the FM and AM(MW) aerials before fixing them
permanently
If reception from a specific FM radio station is poor, press Mono/ST.
to switch from stereo mode to mono. The quality of the sound will be
improved.
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2,3
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Listening to a Cassette
CD Synchro Record Feature
GB
Always treat your cassettes with care; refer, if necessary, to the
section entitled “Precautions When Using Audio Cassettes” on
page 32.
1
2
3
You can record a compact disc on a cassette in two different ways:
Synchro nised recording
Direct recording
This feature enables you to synchronize the start of the
recording with the start of the disc or track of your choice.
Switch the system on by pressing the Standby/On button.
Select the TAPE function by pressing TAPE on the front panel.
Open either cassette deck 1 or 2 by pushing and releasing the deck
cover where PUSH EJECT ( ) is written.
4
Insert the pre-recorded cassette with the open edge of the tape
facing downward.
5
Close the deck by pushing on it until it clicks into place.
Result: Depending on the deck selected, the 1 or 2 indication is
displayed in front of the counter number.
6
If you have inserted two cassettes, press Deck 1/2 on the front panel
or directly the Deck 1/2 button on the remote control to select the
cassette to be played.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/On.
7
To stop recording, press
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 2.
Select the CD function by pressing CD on the front panel.
Load a compact disc.
Select the required disc.
Select the required track and press CD Synchro or press CD Synchro directly to start recording at the beginning of the disc.
Result: REC is displayed and recording starts.
Result: Depending on the deck selected, the TAPE 1 or TAPE 2
indication is displayed.
7
8
To listen to...
Press ...
Side A
TAPE (
) once
Side B
TAPE (
) twice
Result: The cassette starts playing.
.
3
DECK 1 and DECK 2
DECK 2 only
1
7
When the cassette is stopped, select one of the following functions
as required or on the remote control.
6
Main Unit
To...
Rewind the cassette
Fast-forward the cassette
Press...
Recording a Compact Disc
The direct recording mode enables you to start recording with
any track on the compact disc.
You can only record on cassettes in Deck 2.
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on the recording.
Remote Control
To...
Rewind the cassette
Fast-forward the cassette
Press ...
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6
1
2,7
8
8
9
9
Switch your system on by pressing Standby/On.
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 2.
Select the CD function by pressing CD on the front panel.
Load the compact disc.
Select the required disc.
Select the required track on the compact disc and press
on the front
panel or
on the remote control to set the compact disc player to Pause
mode.
Press the REC/Pause.
Result: REC is displayed.
Press the
to start playing the track.
Result: The track is recorded on the cassette.
To stop recording, press
.
3,6,8
1
9
7
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Recording a Radio Program
You can record a radio program of your choice.
You can only record on cassettes in Deck 2.
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on
the recording.
1
2
3
4
Selecting the Cassette Playback
Mode (Deck 2 Only)
Your mini-compact system has three cassette playback modes
which enable you to listen to both sides of a cassette
automatically.
Press REV.Mode until the appropriate symbol is displayed.
When the display indicates... The mini-compact system plays back...
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/On.
One side of the selected cassette and
then stops.
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 2.
One side of the cassette.
The other side of the cassette and then
stops.
Select the TUNER function by pressing TUNER.
Select the radio station that you wish to record by pressing Tuning
Both sides of the cassette indefinitely until
you press stop.
or
on the remote control or by press the Tuning Down or
Up on the front panel.
5
Press REC/Pause.
Result: REC is displayed in red and recording starts.
6
To stop recording, press
.
3
4
1
6
4
5
Copying a Cassette (Dubbing)
You can copy a cassette from Deck 1 to Deck 2.
Normal speed dubbing
You do not need to adjust the volume, as it has no effect on the
recording.
Take care not to insert the tape to be copied in Deck 2, as it will
be erased when you start recording.
1
2
3
4
Tape Counter
When playing a cassette in one of the cassette decks, a
counter is displayed to enable you to take note of the counter
value at the start of each track to start playback at the
beginning of the track to which you wish to listen.
Switch your system on by pressing Standby/On.
Before starting to record a cassette for which you wish to take
note of the counter values at the beginning of each track, reset
the counter by pressing Counter Reset .
Insert a blank cassette in Deck 2.
Insert the tape to be copied in Deck 1.
To copy a cassette at...
Press...
Normal speed
Dubbing
Each cassette deck has a separate counter.
Result: The appropriate indications are displayed and the cassette in
Deck 1 is copied to the cassette in Deck 2.
5
To stop dubbing, press
.
4
1
5
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Timer Function
GB
The timer enables you to switch the system on or off at
specific times.
Example: You wish to wake up to music every morning.
If the timer switch on and off times are identical, the word ERROR is
displayed.
If you no longer want the system to be switched on or off
automatically, you must cancel the timer.
Before setting the timer, check that the current time is correct.
For each step, you have a few seconds to set the required
options. If you exceed this time, you must start again.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Switch the system on by pressing Standby/On.
Press Timer/Clock until
TIMER is displayed.
Press Enter.
Result: ON TIME is displayed (instead of the equalizer symbols) for
a few seconds, followed by any switch-on time already set;
you can set the timer switch-on time.
Set the timer switch-on time.
a Set the hour by tuning the Multi Jog knob to the right or to the left.
b Press Enter.
Result: The minutes flash.
c Set the minutes by tuning the Multi Jog knob to the right or to
the left.
d Press Enter.
Result: OFF TIME is displayed (instead of the equalizer symbols)
for a few seconds, followed by any switch-off time already
set; you can now set the timer switch-off time.
Set the timer switch-off time.
a Set the hour by tuning the Multi Jog knob to the right or to the left.
b Press Enter.
Result: The minutes flash.
c Set the minutes by tuning the Multi Jog knob to the right or to
the left.
d Press Enter.
Result: VOL XX is displayed, where XX corresponds to the
volume already set.
Press Tuning Down and Up to adjust the volume level and press
Enter.
Result: The source to be selected is displayed.
Turn the Multi Jog knob to select the source to be played when the
system switches on.
If you select...
You must also...
TAPE (cassette)
Insert a recorded cassette in one of
the decks before setting the
system to standby.
TUNER (radio)
a Press Enter.
b Select a preset station by tuning
the Multi Jog knob to the right or
to the left.
CD (compact disc)
Load one or more compact discs.
Press Enter to confirm the timer.
Press Standby/On to set the system to standby mode.
Result:
is displayed to the top right of the time, indicating that the
timer has been set. The system will switch on and off automatically at the required times.
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2
1,9
6
6
3,4,5,6,7,8
To set the timer function
You may use Multi Jog or
5, 6, 7.
/
buttons to adjust in step 4,
Cancelling the Timer
After having set the timer, it will start automatically as shown
by the TIMER indication on the display. If you no longer wish
to use the timer, you must cancel it.
You can stop the timer at any time (system on or in standby mode).
To...
Press Timer-On/Off...
Cancel the timer
Once.
Result:
is no longer displayed.
Restart the timer
Twice.
Result:
is displayed again.
Mute Function
Power Surround Function
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You can turn the sound off temporarily on your system.
Example: You wish to answer a telephone call.
1
2
Press Mute.
To switch the sound back on, press Mute again or the Volume buttons.
Your mini-compact system is equipped with the function
of Power Surround.
The Power Surround replaces conventional stereo sound
with a wider and more true-to-life sound. It creates the
feeling of being right at the centre of the music and being
surrounded by total music sound.
Press P. Surround button on the front panel until the
required option is selected. Each time the P. Surround
button is pressed, “P,SURR, ” is selected or cancelled in this
order.
Selecting an Equalizer Preset
Your mini-compact system is equipped with a preset equalizer
that allows you to choose the most appropriate balance
between treble and bass frequencies, according to the type of
music you are listening to
Press EQ button on the remote control until the required option is selected.
Each time the EQ button is pressed in sequence, the equalizer modes and
sounds mode “ PASS, POP, ROCK, CLASSIC, HALL, LIVE, CINEMA,
DISCO” are selected in this order.
Equalizer mode
PASS
POP
ROCK
CLASSIC
HALL
LIVE
CINEMA
DISCO
Normal balance (linear)
Balance suitable for pop music
Balance suitable for rock music
Balance suitable for classic music
Balance suitable for hall
Balance suitable for live
Balance suitable for cinema
Balance suitable for disco
The corresponding indication in the display is preceded by a red arrow
(except for the normal balance Pass, for which nothing is displayed).
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Setting the System to Switch off
Automatically
Connecting Headphones
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While listening to a compact disc or a cassette, you can
set the system to switch off automatically
Example: You wish to go to sleep to music.
1
Press Sleep.
Result: playback starts and the following indications are displayed:
2
Press Sleep one or more times to indicate how long the
system should continue playing before it switches off:
You can connect a set of headphones to your mini-compact
system so that you can listen to music or radio programmers
without disturbing other people in the room. The earphones
must have a 3.5 mm jack or an appropriate adapter.
Connect the headphones to the Phones jack on the front panel.
Result: The loudspeakers are no longer used to output the sound.
90 MIN
Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may damage
your hearing.
At any time, you can:
Check the remaining time by pressing Sleep
Change the remaining time by repeating Steps 1 and 2
3
Press Sleep one or more times until SLEEP is displayed.
Result: The system will automatically switch off at the end of the disc
or cassette.
4
To cancel SLEEP function, press Sleep one or more times until OFF
is display.
Microphone Function
The microphone enables the user to mix in his or her vocals to
sing-along with the music or recording .
Preparation
Plug the microphone with a 6.3mm mic jack into microphone terminal.
1
Turn the MIC Level knob to adjust the mic volume.
2
Press Echo button to select ECHO 1,ECHO 2, OFF.
The sound will be changed to 2.1 channels from 5.1 channels when
plugging the microphone into MIC jack.
Subwoofer Level Function
Subwoofer function stresses low tones providing thudding
sound effects.
1
Turn Subwoofer Level knob on the front panel or press the Subwoofer Level button on the remote control.
Press the button on the remote control repeatedly to select
➞“OFF ➞WOOFER1 ➞ WOOFER2 ➞ WOOFER3 ➞ WOOFER4”.
or turn the knob on the front panel repeatedly to select
“OFF ↔WOOFER1 ↔WOOFER 2 ↔WOOFER3 ↔WOOFER4”.
2
You can select the level of low tones you desire.
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Cleaning Your Mini-Compact
System
Safety Precautions
GB
The following diagrams illustrate the precautions to be taken
when using or moving your mini-compact system.
To obtain the best possible results from your mini-compact
system, you must clean the following elements regularly:
The outer casing
The compact disc player
The cassette players (heads, rollers and drive capstans)
Always unplug the system from the wall outlet:
Before cleaning it
If you are not going to be using it for a long time
Outer Casing
Clean the outer casing regularly using a soft cloth and a light detergent. Do
not use abrasive powders, liquids or aerosol cleaners. Never let any liquids
get into the system.
Ambient operating conditions:
Ambient temperature
5°C-35°C
Humidity
10-75%
Do not expose the unit to direct sun
radiation or other heat sources.
This could lead to overheating and
malfunction of the unit.
Compact Disc Player
1
Before playing a compact disc, clean it with a special CD cleaning
agent. Do not use the same cleaning agents as for vinyl LP records.
Carefully wipe the disc from the centre outward.
2
Regularly clean the player with a special cleaning disc (available from
your local dealer).
Tape Decks
1
2
Do not place potted plants or vases
on top of the unit. Moisture entering
the unit could lead to dangerous
electric shock and can cause
equipment damage. In such events
immediately disconnect the main
plug from the socket.
During thunderstorms, disconnect
the main plug from the socket.
Main voltage peaks due to lightning could damage the unit.
Press Push Eject(
) to open the cassette deck.
Use a cotton bud and a special cassette cleaning agent to clean the:
Head (1)
Rollers (2)
Drive capstans (3)
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VOLUME
UP
1
2
DOWN
Remove the batteries from the
remote control, if not used for any
extended period.
Leaking batteries can cause serious
damage to the remote control.
When using headphones, take care
not to listen at excessive volumes.
Extended use of headphones at
high volumes will lead to hearing
damage.
Do not place heavy items on the
main lead. Main cable damage can
lead to damage of the equipment (fire
hazard) and can cause electric
shock.
Do not remove any equipment panels.
The inside of the unit
contains live components, which
cause electric shock.
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If you will not be using the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries to prevent corrosion.
Although your system is very hard-wearing, it should not be
used in an excessively dusty environment or subjected to
shocks or extreme heat (close to heating appliances or in
direct sunlight, etc.).
If the unit emits an unpleasant odor when in use, unplug it
from the main supply and contact the after-sales service.
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Precautions When Using Compact
Discs
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Handle your compact discs with care. Always hold them by the
edges to avoid leaving fingerprints on the shiny surface.
When you have finished playing a compact disc, always put it back
in its case.
Do not fix paper or adhesive tape to the discs and do not write on
the label.
Clean them with a special-purpose cloth.
Store your compact discs in a clean place, out of direct sunlight,
where they will not be exposed to high temperatures.
Always use compact discs marked
.
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
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Precautions When Using Audio
Cassettes
Check that the tape in the cassette is sufficiently taught.
To prevent erasing a cassette that you wish to keep, remove the
safety tab on the upper edge of the cassette. To record a cassette,
where the tab has been broken, simply cover the opening with
adhesive tape.
When you have finished playing a cassette, always put it back in its
case.
Store your cassettes in a clean place, out of direct sunlight, where
they will not be exposed to high temperatures.
Avoid using 120-minute cassettes as they place unnecessary strain
on the tape mechanism.
Disc type and characteristics
GB
This DVD player is capable of playing the following types of discs, having the corresponding logos:
Disc Types
Recording Disc Size
Types
Logos
Audio
+
Video
12 cm
Single-sided 2 layers 240 min.
Double-sided 2 layers 480 min.
Characteristics
• DVD contains excellent sound
and video due to Dolby Digital
and MPEG2 system.
• Various screen and audio functions can be easily selected
Double-sided 2 layers 160 min. through the on-screen menu.
Single-sided 2 layers 80 min.
8 cm
Audio
+
Video
Max.
Playing
Time
12 cm
74 min.
8 cm
20 min.
12 cm
74 min.
8 cm
20 min.
Audio
• Video with CD sound, VHS quality & MPEG1 compression technology.
• An LP is recorded as an analog
signal with more distortion. CD is
recorded as a Digital Signal with
better audio quality, less distortion and less deterioration of
audio quality over time.
* DO NOT play CD-ROM, CD-I, CD-R and DVD-ROM in this player! (CDGs play audio only, not graphics.)
Disc Markings
Dolby Digital DTS Disc
disc
Digital Audio
disc
Stereo disc
NTSC broadcast PAL broadcast
system in USA, system in U.K,
Canada, Japan,
France,
South Korea, etc.. Germany, etc.
MP3 disc
Playback Region Number
Both the DVD player and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in order for the disc to play.
If the codes do not match, the disc will not play.
The Region Number for this player is described on the rear panel of the player.
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Before Contacting the After-Sales Service
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It always takes a little time to become familiar with a new appliance. If you have any of the problems listed below,
try the solutions given. They may save you the time and inconvenience of an unnecessary service call.
CHECKS/EXPLANATION
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The system does not work
• The main lead is not correctly plugged into a wall socket or the wall socket is not switched on.
• The remote control batteries need replacing or the polarity has not been respected.
• The On/Standby button has not been pressed.
There is no sound
• The volume has been completely turned down.
• The correct function (TUNER, DVD/CD, TAPE, AUX) has not been selected.
• You have connected a set of earphones.
• The loudspeaker wires have been disconnected.
• The Mute button has been pressed.
The Timer does not work
• The timer has been stopped by pressing Timer On/Off.
System still doesn’t work, even
after following steps above.
• Press the P.SURROUND button for 5 seconds in power ‘OFF’(standby), the system is returned
the original position (RESET)
The compact disc player does
not start playing
• The DVD/CD function has not been selected.
• The disc has been inserted face down or is either dirty or scratched.
• The laser sensor is dirty or dusty.
• The system has not been installed on a flat, horizontal surface.
• Condensation has formed in the player; leave the system in a warm, airy room for at least one hour.
• This player cannot play CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, CD-R, etc. Insert a DVD, a VIDEO-CD or a CD.
The
icon appears on
screen.
• The features or action cannot be completed at this time because:
1. The DVD’s software restricts it.
2. The DVD’s software doesn’t support the feature (e.g., angles).
3. The feature is not available at the moment.
4. You’ve requested a title or chapter number or search time that is out of range.
Disc Menu doesn’t appear.
• Check if the disc has a Menu.
Playback mode differs from
the Setup Menu selection
• Some of the functions selected in the Setup Menu may not work properly if the disc is not
encoded with the corresponding function.
The screen ratio cannot be
changed.
• The Screen Ratio is fixed on your DVDs.
The tape does not start playing
• The TAPE function has not been selected.
• The cassette has not been inserted correctly.
• The cassette player has not been closed.
• The tape is either slack or broken.
The volume falls off
The cassette is not erased correctly
There is excessive wow and flutter
• The audio heads are dirty.
• The rollers or drive capstans are dirty.
• The tape is worn.
Reception is poor or no radio
stations are received at all
• The TUNER function has not been selected.
• The radio frequency has not been correctly selected.
• The aerial has been disconnected or is not facing the right way. Turn it until you find the best
orientation.
• You are in a building that blocks radio waves; you must use an outside aerial.
If the above guidelines do not allow you to solve the problem, take a note of:
The model and serial numbers, normally printed on the rear of the system
Your warranty details
A clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or SAMSUNG after-sales service.
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Technical Specifications
GB
SAMSUNG strives to improve its products at all times. Both the design specifications and these user
instructions are thus subject to change without notice.
RADIO
LW(option)
Tuning range
Usable sensitivity
SW1,2(option)
Usable sensitivity
144 - 290 KHz
60 dB
40 dB
AM (MW)
Tuning range
522 - 1611 KHz
Signal/noise ratio
40 dB
Usable sensitivity
54 dB
Total harmonic distortion
2%
FM
Tuning range
87.5 - 108 MHz
Signal/noise ratio
60 dB
Usable sensitivity
10 dB
Total harmonic distortion
0.5 %
COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Capacity
3 discs
Frequency range
20 Hz - 20 KHz (± 1 dB)
Signal/noise ratio
85 dB (at 1 KHz) with filter
Distortion
0.1 % (at 1 KHz)
Channel separation
70 dB
Disc sizes
Diameter: 120 or 80 mm. Thickness: 1.2 mm
TAPE DECK
Frequency range
125 Hz ~ 10 KHz
Signal/noise ratio
40 dB
Channel separation
35 dB
Erasing effect
60 dB
AMPLIFIER
front speakers
2 x 30 Watts RMS,IEC (total harmonic distortion: 10 %)
subwoofer speakers
2 x 60 Watts RMS,IEC (total harmonic distortion: 10 %)
center,rear(L,R) speakers
3 x 25 Watts RMS,IEC (total harmonic distortion: 10 %)
Channel separation
50 dB
Signal/noise ratio
75 dB
GENERAL
Dimensions
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270 (W) x 332 (H) x 443 (D) mm
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THIS APPLIANCE IS MANUFACTURED BY:
AH68-01394K
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