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Model ER2500 / SS2500 User Guide

DVD Surround Receiver /

5.1/6.1ch Speaker System

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT

KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT

I.H.T. IEC 825

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CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)

NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.

WARNING

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,

DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG

TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.

ATTENTION:

POUR ÉVITER LES CHOC ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA

LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE

DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.

NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:

This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable-TV) system installer’s attention to Section 820-40 of the

NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

NOTE:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 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 is 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 tuning 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 the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

NOTE:

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

IMPORTANT SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS

READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT

This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety standards. There are, h o w e v e r , s o m e i n s t a l l a t i o n a n d o p e r a t i o n precautions which you should be particularly aware of.

9.

A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn.

1.

Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.

2.

Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.

3.

Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.

4.

Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions should be followed.

5.

Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

6.

Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.

10.

Ventilation – Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from 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 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.

11.

Power Sources – This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.

7.

Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.

8.

Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table.

The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.

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12.

Grounding or Polarization – This product may be equipped with a polarized alternatingcurrent line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.

AC POLARIZED PLUG

13.

Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.

14.

Protective Attachment Plug – The product is equipped with an attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety feature.

See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting of protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be sure the service technician has used a replacement plug specified by the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the original plug.

15.

Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna or cable system 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, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antennadischarge unit, connection to grounding e l e c t r o d e s , a n d r e q u i r e m e n t s f o r t h e grounding electrode. See Figure 1.

16.

Lightning – For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.

17.

Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.

18.

Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

19.

Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.

20.

Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

21.

Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a.

When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.

b.

If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.

c.

If the product has been exposed to rain or water.

d.

e.

f.

If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation.

If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way, and

When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance – this indicates a need for service.

22.

Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part.

Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

23.

Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.

24.

Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.

25.

Heat – The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

FIGURE 1

EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER

NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70

ANTENNA

LEAD IN WIRE

GROUND

CLAMP

ANTENNA

DISCHARGE UNIT

(NEC SECTION 810-20)

ELECTRIC

SERVICE

EQUIPMENT

GROUNDING CONDUCTORS

(NEC SECTION 810-21)

GROUND CLAMPS

POWER SERVICE GROUNDING

ELECTRODE SYSTEM

(NEC ART 250, PART H)

NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

This Class B digital apparatus complies with

Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme

à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

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ENGLISH

WARRANTY

For warranty information, contact your local Marantz distributor.

RETAIN YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT

Your purchase receipt is your permanent record of a valuable purchase. It should be kept in a safe place to be referred to as necessary for insurance purposes or when corresponding with Marantz.

IMPORTANT

W h e n s e e k i n g w a r r a n t y s e r v i c e , i t i s t h e responsibility of the consumer to establish proof and date of purchase. Your purchase receipt or invoice is adequate for such proof.

ESPAÑOL

GARANTIA

Para obtener información acerca de la garantia póngase en contacto con su distribuidor Marantz.

GUARDE SU RECIBO DE COMPRA

Su recibo de compra es su prueba permanente de haber adquirido un aparato de valor, Este recibo deberá guardarlo en un lugar seguro y utilizarlo como referencia cuando tenga que hacer uso del seguro o se ponga en contacto con Marantz.

IMPORTANTE

Cuando solicite el servicio otorgado por la garantia el usuario tiene la responsabilidad de demonstrar cuando efectuó la compra. En este caso, su recibo de compra será la prueba apropiada.

FRANÇAIS

GARANTIE

Pour des informations sur la garantie, contacter le distributeur local Marantz.

CONSERVER L'ATTESTATION D'ACHAT

L'attestation d'achat est la preuve permanente d'un achat de valeur. La conserver en lieu sur pour s'y reporter aux fins d'obtention d'une couverture d'assurance ou dans le cadre de correspondances avec Marantz.

IMPORTANT

Pour l'obtention d'un service couvert par la garantie, il incombe au client d'établir la preuve de l'achat et d'en corroborer la date. Le reçu ou la facture constituent des preuves suffisantes.

PORTUGUÊS

GARANTIA

Para informações sobre a garantia, contactar o distribuidor Marantz local.

GUARDAR O RECIBO DE COMPRA

O recibo é o registo permanente da compra que fez.

Deve ser guardado num local seguro, para ser apresentado em questões relacionadas com o seguro ou para quando tiver de contactar a Marantz.

IMPORTANTE

Quando procurar assisténcia técnica ao abrigo da garantia, é da responsabilidade do consumidor estabelecer a prova e data de compra. O recibe é prova adequada.

English

WARNINGS

- Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.

- Do not remove the cover from the equipment.

- Do not insert anything into the equipment through the ventilation holes.

- Do not handle the mains lead with wet hands.

- Do not cover the ventilation with any items such as tablecloths, newspapers, curtains, etc.

- No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the equipment.

- When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area.

- Do not place anything about 0.2 meter above the top panel.

- Make a space of about 0.2 meter around the unit.

Español

ADVERTENCIAS

- No exponga el equipo a la lluvia ni a la humedad.

- No extraiga la tapa del equipo.

- No introduzca nada en el interior del equipo a través de los orificios de ventilación.

- No maneje el cable de alimentación con las manos mojadas.

- No cubra la ventilación con objetos como manteles, periódicos, cortinas, etc.

- No deben colocarse sobre el equipo elementos con fuego, por ejemplo velas encendidas.

- Cuando se eliminen baterías usadas, deben cumplirse las reglamentaciones oficiales o las normas de protección medioambiental aplicables en su país o en su zona.

- No ponga nada a menos de 0,2 metro por encima del panel superior.

- Deje un espacio de unos 0,2 metro alrededor de la unidad.

Français

AVERTISSEMENTS

- Ne pas exposer l’appareil à la pluie ni à l’humidité.

- Ne pas essayer de retirer le boîtier de l’appareil.

- Ne rien insérer dans l’appareil par les orifices de ventilation.

- Ne pas manipuler le cordon d’alimentation avec les mains mouillées.

- Ne pas recouvrir les ouïes de ventilation avec un objet quelconque comme une nappe, un journal, un rideau, etc.

- Ne placer aucune source de flamme nue, comme une bougie allumée, sur l'appareil.

- Pour mettre au rebut les piles usées, respecter les lois gouvernementales ou les règlements officiels concernant l’environnement qui s'appliquent à votre pays ou région.

- Ne placez aucun object à moins de 0,2 mètre environ du panneau supérieur.

- Veiller à ce qu’aucun objet ne soit à moins de

0,2 mètre des côtés de l'appareil.

Português

ADVERTÊNCIAS

- Não exponha o equipamento à chuva nem à humidade.

- Não retire a tampa do equipamento.

- Não atire nada para dentro do equipamento através dos orificíos de ventilação.

- Não manuseie o cabo de alimentação com as mãos molhadas.

- Não cobrir os orifícios de ventilação com objectos tais como toalhas de mesa, jornais, cortinas, etc.

- Não colocar chamas abertas tais como velas acesas, sobre o aparelho.

- Ao deitar foras as pilhas usadas, favor observar os regulamentos governamentais ou as regras com respeito ao meio ambiente que se aplicam no seu país ou área de residência.

- Deixar um espaço completamente livre de cerca de 0,2 metro acima do painel superior.

- Deixar um espaço de cerca de 0,2 metro ao redor do aparelho.

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FOREWORD ............................................................................................................ 2

EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING ....................................................................................... 2

COPYRIGHT ...................................................................................................................................... 2

PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................... 2

DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................... 2

FEATURES .............................................................................................................. 3

ACCESSORIES ....................................................................................................... 3

ABOUT DISCS ........................................................................................................ 3

PLAYABLE DISCS ............................................................................................................................. 3

NOT PLAYABLE DISCS ..................................................................................................................... 3

VIDEO FORMAT ................................................................................................................................ 3

ABOUT DVD DISCS .......................................................................................................................... 4

ABOUT VIDEO CDS .......................................................................................................................... 4

ABOUT AUDIO CD ............................................................................................................................ 4

ABOUT MP3/WMA ............................................................................................................................. 4

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ................................................................................. 4

CONTROLS ON THE MAIN UNIT ........................................................................... 5

CONTROL BUTTON ON THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ..................................... 7

OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT .................................................................................... 9

PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ........................................................................... 9

CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................... 11

PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING CONNECTIONS .......................................................................... 11

CONNECTING 5.1/6.1CH SPEAKER SYSTEM SS2500 (OPTIONAL) .......................................... 11

PHANTOM SURROUND BACK SPEAKER (5.1/6.1CH SPEAKER SYSTEM SS2500) ................. 12

CONNECTING ANTENNA TERMINALS AND OTHER SPEAKERS .............................................. 13

CONNECTING VIDEO COMPONENTS ........................................................................................... 14

CONNECTING AUDIO COMPONENTS .......................................................................................... 15

SPEAKER SETUP ................................................................................................. 16

SPEAKER SIZE ............................................................................................................................... 16

SPEAKER DISTANCE ..................................................................................................................... 17

SPEAKER BALANCE (TEST TONE) ............................................................................................... 17

SPEAKER LEVEL ............................................................................................................................ 18

DEFAULT SETTING (EXCEPT THE DVD SETUP MENU) .............................................................. 18

BASIC OPERATIONS ........................................................................................... 19

SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE ................................................................................................... 19

ADJUSTING THE MASTER VOLUME ............................................................................................. 19

ADJUST TONE CONTROL (BASS AND TREBLE) ......................................................................... 19

MUTING THE SOUND ...................................................................................................................... 19

SETTING THE SURROUND MODE ................................................................................................. 20

BASIC OPERATION (PLAYBACK) ....................................................................... 22

PREPARATION ................................................................................................................................ 22

PLAYING A DISC ............................................................................................................................. 22

TO PAUSE PLAYING ....................................................................................................................... 22

TO STOP PLAYING ......................................................................................................................... 23

DIRECT SEARCH ............................................................................................................................ 23

SKIP PLAY ....................................................................................................................................... 23

SEARCH PLAYING .......................................................................................................................... 24

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GUI (GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE) .......................................................................................... 24

DVD MENU ....................................................................................................................................... 24

PLAYING VCD DISCS WITH PBC FUNCTION ................................................................................ 25

PLAYING MP3/WMA ........................................................................................................................ 25

VIEWING JPEG ............................................................................................................................... 26

VARIOUS PLAYING FUNCTIONS ........................................................................ 27

SLOW PLAY ..................................................................................................................................... 27

STEP PLAY ...................................................................................................................................... 27

CHANGING ANGLES ...................................................................................................................... 27

ZOOM FUNCTION ........................................................................................................................... 27

CHANGING AUDIO ......................................................................................................................... 28

CHANGING SUBTITLE LANGUAGES ............................................................................................ 28

REPEAT PLAY ................................................................................................................................. 28

A-B REPEAT PLAY .......................................................................................................................... 29

RANDOM PLAY ............................................................................................................................... 30

PROGRAM PLAY ............................................................................................................................. 31

BASIC OPERATIONS (TUNER) ............................................................................ 32

LISTENING TO THE TUNER (TUNING MODE) ............................................................................... 32

PRESET MEMORY OPERATION .................................................................................................... 32

SELECTING PRESET CHANNEL ................................................................................................... 33

CLEARING PRESET CHANNEL ..................................................................................................... 33

OTHER OPERATIONS .......................................................................................... 34

NIGHT MODE ................................................................................................................................... 34

USING THE DIMMER FUNCTION ................................................................................................... 34

USING THE SLEEP TIMER .............................................................................................................. 34

ANALOG/DIGITAL (VCR / DSS MODE ONLY) ............................................................................... 34

LISTENING THROUGH HEADPHONES ......................................................................................... 34

DVD SETUP MENU OPERATION ......................................................................... 35

CONTENTS OF SETUP MENU ....................................................................................................... 35

OSD LANGUAGE ............................................................................................................................. 35

SUB-TITLE ....................................................................................................................................... 35

TV DISPLAY ..................................................................................................................................... 35

TV TYPE ........................................................................................................................................... 36

PARENTAL RATING ........................................................................................................................ 36

PASSWORD ..................................................................................................................................... 37

PROGRESSIVE SCAN VIDEO OUTPUT ......................................................................................... 37

DEFAULT SETUP (DVD SETUP MENU ONLY) ............................................................................... 37

TROUBLE SHOOTING .......................................................................................... 38

MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................... 38

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FOREWORD

This section must be read before any connection is made to the mains supply.

The model name notation in this guide is classified as follow.

• ER2500U is a product for USA, CANADA.

• ER2500S is a product for Asia.

EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING

Your Marantz product has been prepared to comply with the household power and safety requirements that exist in your area.

ER2500U can be powered by 120V AC only.

ER2500S can be powered by 230V AC only.

COPYRIGHT

Recording and playback of any material may require consent. For further information refer to the following:

Copyright Act 1956

Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958

Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972 any subsequent statutory enactments and orders

PRECAUTIONS

The following precautions should be taken when operating the equipment.

DESCRIPTION

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

When siting the equipment ensure that:

— the ventilation holes are not covered; air is allowed to circulate freely around the equipment it is on a vibration free-surface; it will not be exposed to interference from an external source; it will not be exposed to excessive heat, cold, —

— moisture or dust; it will not be exposed to direct sunlight; it will not be exposed to electrostatic discharges

Never place heavy objects on the equipment.

If a foreign body or water does enter the equipment, contact your nearest dealer or service centre.

Do not pull out the plug by pulling on the mains lead, hold the plug.

It is advisable when leaving the house, or during a thunderstorm, to disconnect the equipment from the mains supply.

DTS was introduced in 1994 to provide 5.1 channels of discrete digital audio into home theater systems.

DTS brings you premium quality discrete multichannel digital sound to both movies and music.

DTS is a multichannel sound system designed to create full range digital sound reproduction.

The no compromise DTS digital process sets the standard of quality for cinema sound by delivering an exact copy of the studio master recordings to neighborhood and home theaters.

Now, every moviegoer can hear the sound exactly as the moviemaker intended.

DTS can be enjoyed in the home for either movies or music on of DVD’s, LD’s, and CD’s.

“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION

For heat dispersal, leave at least 8 inches (20 cm) of space between the top, back and sides of this unit and the wall or other components.

• Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.

4 ins.

(10cm) or more

ON/STANDBY POWER ON/STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE

ER2500

Volume

8 ins.

(20cm) or more

PLAY/IIPAUSE PLAY/IIPAUSE STOP STOP FUNCTION FUNCTION

4 ins.

(10cm) or more

DOWN-VOL-UP DOWN-VOL-UP

DVD A.

V CD MP3

PRGM

P.SCAN

TITLE TRK CHP Tuned ALL

5 STEREO

AB PRESET dB

MHz

RDS

MUTE

PCM DIGITAL ANALOG SL EEP

RANDOM

ER2500

4 ins.

(10cm) or more

The advantages of discrete multichannel systems over matrix are well known.

B u t e v e n i n h o m e s e q u i p p e d f o r d i s c r e t e multichannel, there remains a need for high-quality matrix decoding. This is because of the large library of matrix surround motion pictures available on disc and on VHS tape; and analog television broadcasts.

The typical matrix decoder of today derives a center channel and a mono surround channel from two-channel matrix stereo material. It is better than a simple matrix in that it includes steering logic to improve separation, but because of its mono, band-limited surround it can be disappointing to users accustomed to discrete multichannel.

Neo:6 offers several important improvements as follow,

• Neo:6 provides up to six full-band channels of matrix decoding from stereo matrix material. Users with 6.1 and 5.1 systems will derive six and five separate channels, respectively, corresponding to the standard home-theater speaker layouts.

• Neo:6 technology allows various sound elements within a channel or channels to be steered separately, and in a way which follows naturally from the original presentation.

• Neo:6 offers a music mode to expand stereo nonmatrix recordings into the five- or six-channel layout, in a way which does not diminish the subtlety and integrity of the original stereo recording.

DTS-ES Extended Surround is a new multichannel digital signal format developed by Digital Theater

Systems Inc. While offering high compatibility with the conventional DTS Digital Surround format,

DTS-ES Extended Surround greatly improves the

360-degree surround impression and space expression thanks to further expanded surround signals. This format has been used professionally in movie theaters since 1999.

In addition to the 5.1 surround channels (FL, FR, C,

SL, SR and LFE), DTS-ES Extended Surround also offers the SB (Surround Back) channel for surround playback with a total of 6.1 channels.

DTS-ES Extended Surround includes two signal formats with different surround signal recording methods, as DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 and DTS-ES

Matrix 6.1.

“DTS”, “DTS-ES” and “Neo:6” are trademarks of

Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Dolby Digital identifies the use of Dolby Digital audio coding for such consumer formats as DVD and DTV. As with film sound, Dolby Digital can provide up to five full-range channels for left, center, and right screen channels, independent left and right surround channels, and a sixth ( ".1") channel for low-frequency effects.

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Dolby Surround Pro Logic II is an improved matrix decoding technology that provides better spatiality and directionality on Dolby Surround program material; provides a convincing three-dimensional s o u n d f i e l d o n c o n v e n t i o n a l s t e r e o m u s i c recordings; and is ideally suited to bring the surround experience to automotive sound. While conventional surround programming is fully compatible with Dolby Surround Pro Logic II decoders, soundtracks will be able to be encoded specifically to take full advantage of Pro Logic II playback, including separate left and right surround channels. (Such material is also compatible with conventional Pro Logic decoders.)

Dolby Digital EX creates six full-bandwidth output channels from 5.1-channel sources. This is done using a matrix decoder that derives three surround channels from the two in the original recording.

For best results, Dolby Digital EX should be used with movies soundtracks recorded with Dolby

Digital Surround EX.

About Dolby Pro Logic

II

x

Dolby Pro Logic II x technology delivers a natural and immersing 6.1- or 7.1-channel listening experience to the home theater environment. A product of Dolby's expertise in surround sound and matrix decoding technologies, Dolby Pro Logic II x is a complete surround sound solution that maximizes the entertainment experience from stereo as well as 5.1-channel encoded sources.

Dolby Pro Logic II x is fully compatible with Dolby

Surround Pro Logic technology and can optimally decode the thousands of commercially available

Dolby Surround encoded video cassettes and television programs with enhanced depth and spatiality. It can also process any high-quality stereo or Advanced Resolution 5.1-channel music content into a seamless 6.1- or 7.1-channel listening experience.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

FEATURES

ER2500

6.1ch DVD Receiver

(5 speakers including phantom speaker for surround back and passive subwoofer)

Easy speaker setting menu

Sleep timer

Play back DVD /VCD /CD-DA /CD-R /CD-RW /

MP3/WMA /S-VCD /DVD+R /DVD+RW /DVD-R

/DVD-RW(video mode) /JPEG photo data

10-bit/54 MHz Video DAC

24-bit/192 KHz Audio DAC

SS2500 (Optional)

5.1/6.1ch speaker system

ACCESSORIES

ER2500

Remote control unit x1

Batteries (AAA type) x2

FM antenna x1

AM antenna x1

AC power cord x1 (only for ER2500S)

AUDIO cable x1

VIDEO cable x1

User’s guide x1

Warranty card for USA x1 (only for ER2500U)

Warranty card for CANADA x1 (only for ER2500U)

SS2500 ( Optional )

Front speakers (right and left) x 2

Center speaker x 1

Surround speakers (right and left) x2

Subwoofer x 1

Speaker cord

• 5m cord for front left (White) x 1

• 5m cord for front right (Red) x 1

• 5m cord for center (Green) x 1

• 5m cord for subwoofer (Purple) x 1

• 10m cord for surround left (Blue) x 1

• 10m cord for surround right (Gray) x 1

• 10m separation cord for surround back

(Phantom) (Brown) x 1

Tray for center speaker x 1

Cushion for subwoofer x 4

Terminal cover x 5

ABOUT DISCS

PLAYABLE DISCS

DVD

DVD+R/DVD+RW

DVD-R/DVD-RW

Finalized DVD disc recorded in the DVD video format.

NOT PLAYABLE DISCS

• DVD discs whose region number is not “1” nor

“ALL”.

• DVD-ROM

• DVD-RAM

• DVD-Audio

• CD-ROM

• CDV

• CD-G

• CVD

• Super Audio CD

• CD Photo, etc.

Caution

Some copy-controlled CDs may not conform to official CD standards. They are special discs and may not play on the this unit.

Video CD (VCD) /

Super Video CD(SVCD)

Audio CD (CD-DA)

VIDEO FORMAT

This unit can handle with MULTI, NTSC or PAL format.

Caution

This unit cannot handle with NTSC4.43 and

SECAM formats.

CD-R/CD-RW

Finalized CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in the CD-DA format, MP3 format (

p4

“ABOUT MP3/WMA”) or Video-

CD format can be played with the unit.

* Finalize is the process to make a DVD+R/DVD+RW,

DVD-R/DVD-RW or CD-R/CD-RW playable for players (not recorders)

* Some discs may not be able to be played depending on condition of the discs and recording software.

SETTING PICTURE FORMAT

1.

Every time the

NTSC/PAL

button on the remote is pressed, picture format changes in the following order.

PAL MULTI NTSC

Caution

• If wrong color or disordered picture appears in the

MULTI mode, switch the mode to NTSC or PAL.

• If a disc recorded in PAL(NTSC) is played in the

NTSC(PAL) mode, picture may be disordered.

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ABOUT DVD DISCS

MARKS ON PACKAGES

The marks listed below indicate contents in a disc.

2

2

Indicates the number of recorded audio tracks.

Indicates the number of recorded subtitle languages.

4

16 : 9 LB

Indicates the number of recorded angles.

Indicates the selectable aspect ratios.

1

ALL

Indicates the region number of the disc.

REGIONAL RESTRICTION CODES

(REGION NUMBER)

Regional restriction codes are built in to ER2500 player and DVD discs for each sales region. If the regional code of the ER2500 player does not match one of the regional codes of the DVD disc, playback is not possible.

The region number can be found on the rear panel of the ER2500 player. The illustration below shows the regions and corresponding region numbers.

STRUCTURE OF DVD DISCS

Depending on the material on the disc (a movie, video clips, a drama series, etc.), these discs may have one or more Titles, and each Title may have one or more Chapters. To make access easy and convenient, your player lets you move between

Titles and between Chapters.

ABOUT AUDIO CD

STRUCTURE OF AUDIO CD

Audio CDs contain music tracks only.

You can play them in conventional style through a stereo system, using the keys on the remote control and/or front panel.

ABOUT VIDEO CDS

VARIATIONS OF VIDEO CD

• Video-CD Version 2.0

The Video-CD with PBC (Play Back Control :

Menu playback function) function. You can choose or search a section to play with a menu displayed on the TV screen. Also still pictures can be displayed in higher quality.

• Video-CD Version 1.1

The video-CD without PBC function. It can play video and audio by operation much like to the ordinary audio-CD.

ABOUT MP3/WMA

MP3 is the compressed music file in MPEG1, Audio

Layer 3 format.

A WMA(Windows Media Audio) file is a Microsoft audio compression technology. WMA offers double the audio compression of the MP3 format.

Microsoft, Windows Media, and the

Windows Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft

Corporation in both the United

States and other countries.

STRUCTURE OF VIDEO-CD DISCS

Depending on the material on the disc (a movie, video clips, a drama series, etc.), these discs may have one or more tracks, and tracks may have one or more indexes, as indicated on the disc case. To make access easy and convenient, your player lets you move between tracks and between indexes.

MP3/WMA PLAYBACK

• This player can play MP3/WMA discs recorded in ISO9660 format.

• The player plays the files with “.mp3/.WMA” extension only.

• The maximum file number in a disc is 650.

(Including the number of folders.)

• The maximum folder layer number is 8.

• When playing a MP3/WMA disc, it may take more than 30 seconds depending on the number of files and folder layer structure.

ADDITIONAL

INFORMATION

The glossy side shining like a rainbow is the front side of the disc, and the side on which the label is printed is the back.

Unlike conventional turntables for playing analog discs, the ER2500 reads the information recorded on the disc from underneath without contacting it using a beam of laser light. Therefore, the performance of a compact disc will not degrade like conventional analog records.

Handle discs carefully so as not to damage or scratch the front side.

To protect the disc, avoid placing it in the following locations:

• In direct sunlight or near a source of heat like a heater.

• In a place which is damp or dirty.

• In a place which could be exposed to rain, such as near a window.

Always keep the disc surface clean.

When cleaning the disc surface, always be sure to use a special compact disc cleaner and wipe as shown below.

• Do not use conventional record cleaner for analog records, as this will adversely affect the disc surface.

Store discs properly by placing them in their disc cases.

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• Do not attach a piece of paper or sticker on the label side of disc. When a disc has a piece of plastic tape or rental DVD/CD label with paste protruded from the edge or when a disc has a trace of such a sticky object, do not attempt to play the disc. If such a disc is played on the

DVD player, impossibility of taking out the disc or other malfunction may result.

CONTROLS ON THE MAIN UNIT

FRONT PANEL

1 2 3

POWER

ON/STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE

4 5 6 7 8

Volume

ER2500

• Do not use a disc with a special shape.

Do not attempt to play a disc with a special shape such as a heart-shaped disc or octagonal disc. Otherwise the equipment malfunction may result.

z

12 11

POWER ON / STANDBY button

• Press to turn power ON and press again to switch to STANDBY mode.

x

OPEN/CLOSE button

• Press this button to open and close the disc tray.

c

Disc tray

v

Master volume indication

• This indication shows volume status of the unit.

8dB 1 time shift the light up LED position.

b

2

PLAY/

;

PAUSE button

• In DVD mode, press this button to start playback.

• In DVD mode, press this button to pause playback.

n

9

STOP button

• In DVD mode, press this button to stop playback.

10 m

FUNCTION button

• Press this button to select the input function.

Pressing this button to change the function as follows:

DVD

TUNER (FM/AM)

TV

VCR

DSS

,

VOLUME UP / DOWN buttons

• These buttons are used to change the master volume for listening. Press the

up

button to increase and the

down

button to decrease the volume.

.

PHONES jack

• For connecting stereo headphones. When the headphones are connected to this jack, the speaker sound is turned off and the surround mode be changed to stereo mode.

9

⁄0

Display

• When the unit is on, the current status of the unit is displayed.

⁄1

STANDBY indicator

• The indicator lights GREEN when power is ON, and lights RED when in STANDBY mode.

⁄2

Infrared sensor

• The infrared signal from the remote control enters the unit through this sensor.

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DISPLAY

™2 g h j k l a s d f

¡0

¡1

¡2

Indicates current disc format.

P.SCAN indicates progressive scan mode.

Indicates current title number.

Indicates current track number.

Indicates current chapter number.

ST indicates in the tuner mode.

Displays current status or time.

Illuminates when a station is tuned.

Illuminates during all track repeat playback.

Illuminates during repeat playback.

Illuminates when PRESET mode is selected.

Illuminates during mute.

REAR PANEL

SURROUND BACK

CENTER

P

ER2500U

O

A

Q

ER2500S

s d f g h j k l ¡0

SURROUND

L

SUB

WOOFER

™1

SURROUND

L

SUB

WOOFER

B

R FRONT L

™0

¡1

¡2 ¡3

¡4

¡9 ¡8 ¡7 ¡5

¡6

¡3

PROG. indicates programmed playback is active.

¡4

¡5

¡6

Speaker icons.

Illuminates when SLEEP TIMER is set.

¡7

¡8

¡9

Illuminates during shuffle playback.

Illuminates when an analog source is selected.

Illuminates when a digital source is selected.

™0

™1

Type of audio signal.

Surround mode.

Indicates encoding audio format.

™2

Operating status indicator.

B

FRONT L/R speaker terminals

• Connect the front left and right speaker cord of front channel, observing the and polarity of the cord and terminals.

C

Digital output jack (Optical)

• The DVD, CD signals during playback are output digitally from this optical jack.

L

AM antenna and ground terminals

• Connect the supplied AM loop antenna. Use the terminals marked “AM” and “GND”. The supplied

AM loop antenna will provide good AM reception in most areas. Position the loop antenna until you hear the best reception.

M

TV AUDIO IN jack

• Connect the IN jack to the audio output jack of TV.

D

VCR digital audio input jack

(Coaxial)

• Connect to the digital audio output jack of a VCR.

N

SUB WOOFER PRE OUT jack

• Connect to a component speaker input of an active subwoofer.

E

DSS digital audio input jack

(Optical)

• Connect to the digital audio output jack of a DSS.

F

S-Video output jack

(DVD mode only)

• Connect to the s-video input jack of a monitor or

TV input.

O

SURROUND BACK CENTER speaker terminals

• Connect the separation cord supplied (Brown) for Surround Back (Phantom) observing the and polarity of the cord and terminals.

• If you use other 6.1ch speaker system than

SS2500, connect the surround back center speaker cord of surround back center channel.

G

Video output jack

• Connect to the composite video input jack of a monitor or TV input.

P

AC power cable (ER2500U)

• Connect to an AC power outlet.

This unit has to be powered by 120V AC only.

Q

AC IN (ER2500S)

• Connect to supplied an AC cable, and connect to an AC power outlet.

ER2500S unit has to be powered by 230V AC only.

C D E F G H I J

FM

))

K

H

Component video output jacks

(DVD mode only)

• Connect to the component video input jacks of

TV.

WOOFER

PRE OUT

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

I

VCR IN/OUT jacks

• Connect the IN jacks to the output jacks of VCR and the OUT jacks to VCR input jacks.

N M L

A

CENTER, SURROUND L/R and SUBWOOFER speaker

VIDEO DVD

ONLY

Y

terminals

WOOFER

PRE OUT

OPTICAL OUT VCR

DIGITAL

IN DSS S-VIDEO VIDEO

MONITOR OUT

C

B

/P

B

L

AUDIO C

R

/P

R passive subwoofer speaker cord of center,

DSS

R

ANTENNA

FM

(75 Ω )

GND

AM

J

DSS IN jacks

• Connect the IN jacks to the output jacks of DSS.

K

FM antenna terminal (75 ohms)

• Connect an external FM antenna with a coaxial cable, or a cable network FM source.

observing the terminals.

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3

4

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CONTROL BUTTON ON THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

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16

20

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19 q

• Press to turn power ON and press again to switch to STANDBY mode.

w

STANDBY/ON button

Function buttons

• There are DVD, TUNER, TV, VCR, DSS buttons.

These buttons are used to select the source to be played.

e

A/D button

(VCR / DSS mode only)

• Press this button to switch between the analog and digital inputs.

r

Numeric (ten keypad) button

• These buttons are used to key in the track number, program number, preset channel number, password, etc directly.

o

Cursor ( , , , ) buttons

• These buttons are used to operate the MENU functions.

: Moves the cursor left

: Moves the cursor right

: Moves the cursor up

: Moves the cursor down

!0

RETURN button

In DVD mode for DVD disc

• This button is used to exit menu of DVD disc.

In DVD mode for Video CD disc

• This button is used to return the menu screen while playing VCD disc with PBC ON.

!1

SLEEP timer button

• This button is used to set the sleep timer. Each press of this button change the sleep time following order.

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

OFF (original display)

• The setting time passes, the power is turned off.

t

SURROUND button

• Press this button to select for surround mode.

The surround mode which can be select changes with audio signals and speaker settings. (

p20)

Select the appropriate surround mode according to the program source.

!2

TV POWER button*

• Press to turn power ON and press again to switch standby for TV.

!3

TV-INPUT button*

• Press this button to select for TV side input function.

y

VOLUME + / – (up / down) buttons

• These buttons are used to change the volume for listening. Press the

+

button to increase and the

button to decrease the volume.

!4

TV-VOL ( / ) button*

• These button are used to change the TV volume level.

!5

TV-CH ( / ) button*

• These button are used to change the TV channel.

u

DISPLAY button

(DVD mode only)

• This button is used to display the playback information during disc playback.

i

DVD-SET UP button

• In DVD mode, this button is used to display the setup menu (OSD) in stop mode.

*

These buttons can be programmed to use the codes for your appliances of different brands from build in data bank. Other buttons can not be programmed.

!6

DIMMER button

• This button is used to select the dimmer on / off.

Repeatedly press the this button to select DIMM

ON and DIMM OFF. When you select DIMM ON, the display is dimmed.

!7

MUTE button

• This button is used to mute the sound from the speakers. When this button is pressed, the speakers’ sound level is muted and “MUTE” appears on the display. Press this button again to cancel the muting function, and it can also be cancelled by pressing the volume up or down button.

!8

TOP MENU button

In DVD mode for DVD disc

• Press this button to display the title screen in a

DVD disc. This button is to show the title menu screen of DVD discs that contain multiple titles.

In DVD mode for Video CD disc

• This button is used to change PBC on / off in DVD mode.

!9

ENTER button

• This button is used to enter the selected MENU function.

@0

MENU button

• Press this button to display the menu in a DVD disc menu.

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30

34

36

21

23

29

33

35

37

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REPEAT

1/ALL

33

66

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25

26

27

28

31

32

38

39

40

42

41

@1

¢

button

• This button is used to skip to next chapter / track on DVD/CD discs or increase the number on the

TUNER preset memory .

@2

4

button

• This button is used to skip to previous chapter / track on DVD/CD discs or decrease the number on the TUNER preset memory .

@3

.

/RDS button

In DVD mode

• Press this button for slow forward playback chapter.

In TUNER mode

• This button is unavailable.

@4

,

/T.CLR button

In DVD mode

• Press this button for slow backward playback chapter.

In TUNER mode

• In Preset mode, press this button to clear preset memory.

@5

3

(Play) /BAND button

In DVD mode

• In DVD or CD mode, press this button to start playback.

In TUNER mode

• Press this button to select FM or AM.

#0

S.TITLE button

• In DVD mode, press this button to select a subtitle language.

#1

ANGLE button

• If the playing DVD disc contains multi-angle video, press this button to change the angle.

#2

ZOOM button

• Press this button to enlarge picture. (This function may be disabled depending on discs.)

#3

REPEAT 1/ALL button

• In DVD mode, press for repeat play during playback. Each time the button is pressed, the mode changes in the following sequence:

1-chapter(track) repeat

Title(all track) repeat

Off

#4

PRG (Program) button

• In DVD mode, press this button to program tracks for program play in stop mode. (VCD/CD)

@6

TUNE MODE button

• In TUNER mode, press this button to select between the Tuning mode and Preset mode.

@7

7

(Stop) /FM MODE button

In DVD mode

• Press this button to stop playback.

In TUNER mode

• In Tuning mode, press this button to select stereo or monoral mode, while listening to FM broadcasts.

@8

8

(Pause) /MEMORY button

In DVD mode

• In DVD or CD mode, press this button to pause playback.

In TUNER mode

• Press this button to memory the preset channels.

• Press this button to scan the preset channels automatically for 2 seconds or more.

#5

NTSC/PAL button

• Press this button to select for the picture format

PAL, NTSC, or MULTI to mach your TV.

#6

T.TONE button

• This button is used to output the test tone.

Note:

The maximum test tone level is depending on the volume level.

#7

SPK SET button

• Press this button to select for speaker size, speaker distance, speaker level by pressing the cursor buttons.

@9

AUDIO button

• In DVD mode, press this button to select an audio.

#8

RANDOM button

• Press for random play to play the tracks in a random sequence. (VCD/CD/MP3/WMA/JPEG)

#9

CLR (Clear) button

• Press this button to cancel a programmed track.

(VCD/CD)

$0

NIGHT button

• Pressing this button prevents the Dolby Digital signal from playback at a loud voice. This function reduces the voice by 1/3 to 1/4 at maximum.

Thus, it eliminates the occurrence of an abruptly loud voice at night.

The Night Mode is effective the Dolby Digital only when the signal is entered through the DVD,

VCR, DSS, digital input jack and it compresses the dynamic range.

$1

TONE button

• Press this button to select for the tone (BASS or TREBLE). To adjust the tone level by pressing the volume buttons.

BASS TRE OFF

$2

REPEAT A-B button

• In DVD mode, used to set the starting and stopping points of a passage for repeated playback.

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STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7 8

TV-CH

SURROUND DIMMER

0

PROGRAMMING WITH THE 3-DIGIT CODE

VOLUME

MUTE

DISPLAY

9

OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

1. REMOTE CONTROL

The distance between the transmitter of the remote control unit and the IR SENSOR of the ER2500 should be less than about 5 meters. If the transmitter is pointed to a direction other than the IR SENSOR or if there is an obstacle between them, remote control may not be possible.

Remote-controllable range

Approx. 5 meters

60

°

2. LOADING BATTERIES

The life of the batteries used with the remote control unit is about 4 months with normal use. Also be sure to replace batteries earlier when you notice that they are getting weak.

1.

Remove the back cover.

2.

Insert the new batteries (AAA type) with correct (+) and (–) polarity.

3.

Close until it clicks.

PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL

UNIT

The remote control unit RC2500ER must be programmed to use the codes for your appliances of different brands. This is done by keying in a 3digit code or by scanning the codes until the correct one is found. We recommend to using the 3-digit code. This mode is faster and more reliable. The code scanning method should be used only if you cannot find the code for one of your appliances.

The codes are listed at the end of this book.

Notes:

• Do not mix alkaline and manganese batteries.

• Do not mix old and new batteries.

CAUTIONS ON BATTERIES

• Use “AAA” type batteries in this remote control unit.

• If the remote control unit does not operate from close to the main unit, replace the batteries with new ones, even if less then a year has passed.

• The included battery is only for verifying operation.

Replace it with a new battery as soon as possible.

• When inserting the batteries, be careful to do so in the proper direction, following the + and - marks in the remote control unit’s battery compartment.

• To prevent damage or battery fluid leakage:

- Do not use a new battery with an old one.

- Do not use two different types of batteries.

- Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of batteries in flames.

• Remove the batteries when not planning to use the remote control unit for a long period of time.

• If the batteries should leak, carefully wipe off the fluid from the inside of the battery compartment, then insert new batteries.

• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area.

Important:

• Use the remote control buttons for programming, not the buttons of the receiver or other appliances.

• Some codes may be not match your equipment.

In this case, your equipment cannot be controlled with this remote controller.

• If the battery life of remote controller is lost, a program code will be reset from a memory.

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ENTER

1.

2.

3.

RETURN

Press and hold down the

ENTER

button and press

TV

button until the indicator lamp blinks

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY twice.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

Press the 3-digit code for appliance. (code

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B PRG RANDOM CLR table at the end of this book)

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

• If the 3-digit code is not pressed with 10 seconds, this programming function is canceled.

4.

lamp will blink twice.

Note:

• If the indicator lamp blinks in 1 second, program code is wrong.

• If the indicator lamp did not blink twice, then repeat steps 1 through 2 and try entering the same code again.

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SYSTEM SOURCE

DVD

VCR

TUNER

AMP

TV TV POWER

SLEEP TV-INPUT

SYSTEM SOURCE

DVD

VCR

TUNER

AMP

TV TV POWER

SLEEP TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7 8 9

STEREO

0

SCANNING THE CODE TABLE

VOLUME

DISPLAY

TV-CH

MUTE

SURROUND

2

3

2,5

CHECKING THE CODE

1

4

7

STEREO

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

8

0

VOLUME

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DISPLAY

TV-CH

MUTE

SURROUND

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Once you have found and the codes for your various appliances, you may want to write them down here.

TV

1.

2.

3.

ENTER

RETURN

Press and hold down the

ENTER

button and press

TV

button until the indicator lamp blinks

TUNE twice.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

Aim the remote control sensor at the appliance

MODE RDS PTY CLR and slowly pressing the

cursor (

3

,

4

)

button

SET UP ROOM SET SPK SET TIMER CLOCK until appliance turns off.

• If the

cursor (

3

,

4

)

button is not pressed with 10 seconds, this programming function

4.

5.

Stop when the appliance turns off.

Press

ENTER

button once to lock in the code.

At this time, the indicator lamp will blink twice.

ENTER

1.

2.

3.

Press and hold down the

ENTER

button and press

TV

button until the indicator lamp blinks twice.

TUNE

Press the

DISPLAY

button.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

The indicator will blink twice.

MODE RDS PTY CLR

After 2 seconds, the indicator will blink according

SET UP ROOM SET SPK SET TIMER CLOCK to first, second and third digit for the current

A/D T.TONE

S.WOOFER

B-BOOST blinks = 3) and write down the number.

RC2400SR

Note:

• If a code digit is “0”, the indicator will blinks 10 times.

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CONNECTIONS

PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING

CONNECTIONS

• Use only a 120V AC power source for ER2500U, and a 230V AC power source for ER2500S.

Using any other power source could cause a fire or electric shock.

• Always grasp the power plug when unplugging or plugging in the power cord.

• Complete all connections before plugging in the power cord.

• Be sure to make a distinction between the left

(white) and right (red) audio cable plugs when connecting them.

• When connecting this unit to other audio equipment, read the operation manual for that equipment carefully for details on how to make the correct connections.

CONNECTING 5.1/6.1CH SPEAKER SYSTEM

SS2500 (OPTIONAL)

The 5.1/6.1ch speaker system SS2500 consists of the following speakers. (See the labels of each speakers.)

• Front Speaker L/R (SS2500F) x 2

• Center Speaker (SS2500C) x 1

• Surround L Speaker (SS2500SL) x 1

• Surround R Speaker (SS2500SR) x 1

• Subwoofer (SS2500SW) x 1

1.

Locate those speakers as shown below

.

Front left and right speakers

We recommend to set the front L and R speakers with 45-60 degrees from the listening position.

Center speaker

We recommend to set the front line of the center speaker with the front L/R speakers.

Surround left and right speakers include phantom surround back speaker

Place the speakers right beside of the listening position or a little backward.

Subwoofer

We recommend to use a subwoofer to have maximum bass effect. Subwoofer bears only low frequency range so you can place it vertically or horizontally, anywhere in the room.

Note:

• Pay special attention for the following speakers placements.

Surround L and Surround R Speakers.

Place the Surround Speaker L (SS2500SL) to your left side and the Surround R Speaker

(SS2500SR) to your right side. Do not interchange left and right.

Center Speaker

Lay the Center Speaker(SS2500C) on the tray attached as an accessory.

Tray

Surround-Left

Sub woofer

Subwoofer

• Vertical Setting

Phantom

Surround-

Back

Front

Left

Center

• Horizontal Setting

Approx. 40˚

Front

Right

Surround-Right

Cushion

2.

Connect Speaker to Unit. (

p12)

Connect the speakers to the corresponding speaker terminals of the ER2500 using colored cords supplied.

Caution:

• Be sure to use speakers with the specified impedance shown on the rear panel of this unit.

• To prevent damage to circuitry, do not let the bare speaker cords touch each other and do not let them touch any metal part of this unit.

CONNECTING SPEAKER CORD TO UNIT

1.

2.

3.

Push the terminal lever in the direction of the arrow, and keep this condition.

Insert the bare part of the cord into the hole in the side of each terminal.

Put the terminal lever back, and make sure it is fastened securely by pulling the cord lightly.

1.

2.

3.

• Do not touch the speaker terminals when the power is on. It may cause electric shocks.

• Do not connect more than one speaker cord to one speaker terminal. Doing so may damage this unit.

Note:

• Be sure to connect the positive and negative cords for the speaker properly. If they are miss-connected, the signal phase will reversed and the signal quality will be corrupted.

CONNECTING SPEAKER CORD TO 5.1/

6.1CH SPEAKER SYSTEM SS2500

1.

2.

3.

Loosen the knob by turning counterclockwise.

Insert the bare part of the cord into the hole in the side of each terminal.

Tighten the knob by turning clockwise to secure the cable.

1.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTION FOR SURROUND

L AND SURROUND R SPEAKERS.

The upper two terminals are for the Surround Back connection for both Surround L (SS2500SL) and

Surround R (SS2500SR) speakers.

Connect the brown cord supplied (separation cord for Surround Back) referring the label on rear of the cabinet.

2.

3.

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Close and fix the cover.

Note:

• When fixing the cover, form the cords so that they are not caught by the edge of the cover.

Terminal cover

Front speaker right

PHANTOM SURROUND BACK SPEAKER

(5.1/6.1CH SPEAKER SYSTEM SS2500)

The 5.1/6.1ch speaker system SS2500 is used as a 5.1-channel speaker system, but it also lets you enjoy surround sound on 6.1 channels.

Inside the surround speakers (L/R) are a surround speaker unit and a separate phantom surround back speaker unit that faces approximately 40˚ to the rear.

This phantom surround back speaker unit is used to project the listening position to the rear and simulate the surround back speaker.

Note:

• The left and right surround speakers are internally different. Set the left speaker to project the listening point slightly to the rear on the left side and the right speaker to project the listening point slightly to the rear on the right side.

– Top view –

Approx.

FRONT SPEAKER

ER2500

Surround speaker right

SURROUND L

FRONT SPEAKER

+:Red / -:Black

SURROUND R

+:Gray / -:Black

+:Brown / -:Black

Surround speaker

Phantom surround back speaker

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CENTER SPEAKER

CENTER SPEAKER

Center speaker

+:Green / -:Black

SURROUND

L

SUB

WOOFER

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Front speaker left

+:White / -:Black

FRONT SPEAKER

FRONT SPEAKER

Subwoofer

+:Purple / -:Black

SUB

WOOFER

PRE OUT

OPTICAL OUT VCR

DIGITAL

IN DSS

AV EURO

DVD

ONLY

Y

S-VIDEO VIDEO

MONITOR OUT

C

B

/P

B

C R /P R

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

OUT IN IN

VIDEO

ANTENNA

FM

(75

)

VCR DSS

L

AUDIO

R

GND

AM

Surround speaker left

SURROUND L

SURROUND R

+:Blue / -:Black

+:Brown / -:Black

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CONNECTING ANTENNA TERMINALS AND OTHER SPEAKERS

OTHER SPEAKERS PLACEMENT

If you have the other speaker set, perform the following speaker placement and connection.

Front left and right speakers

We recommend to set the front L and R speakers with 45-60 degrees from the listening position.

Center speaker

We recommend to set the front line of the center speaker with the front L/R speakers.

Surround left and right speakers

Place the speakers right beside of the listening position or a little forward.

Surround back speaker

Place the speaker behind of the listening position.

Subwoofer

We recommend to use a subwoofer to have maximum bass effect. Subwoofer bears only low frequency range so you can place it anywhere in the room.

Surround-Left

Surround-

Back

Sub woofer

Front

Left

Center

Surround-Right

Front

Right

Surround speaker

Right

Left

SURROUND

L

SUB

WOOFER

Center speaker

Front speaker

Right Left

SUB

WOOFER

ER2500

FM antenna FM external antenna

AM external antenna

DVD

ONLY

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

AM loop antenna

FM

(75 Ω ))

Active

Subwoofer

Surround back speaker

Passive

Subwoofer

CONNECTING THE SUPPLIED FM ANTENNA

The supplied FM antenna is for indoor use only.

During use, extend the antenna and move it in various directions until the clearest signal is received.

Fix it with push pins or similar implements in the position that will cause the least amount of distortion.

If you experience poor reception quality, an outdoor antenna may improve the quality.

CONNECTING AN FM OUTDOOR ANTENNA

Note:

•Keep the antenna away from noise sources

(neon signs, busy roads, etc.).

•Do not put the antenna close to power lines.

Keep it well away from power lines, transformers, etc.

•To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock, grounding is necessary.

CONNECTING AN AM OUTDOOR ANTENNA

An outdoor antenna will be more effective if it is stretched horizontally above a window or outside.

Note:

•Do not remove the AM loop antenna.

•To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock, grounding is necessary.

CONNECTING THE SUPPLIED AM LOOP

ANTENNA

The supplied AM loop antenna is for indoor use only.

Set it in the direction and position where you receive the clearest sound. Put it as far away as possible from the unit, televisions, speaker cables, and power cords.

1.

Press and hold down the lever of the AM antenna terminal.

2.

3.

Insert the bared wire into the antenna terminal.

Release the lever.

ASSEMBLING THE AM LOOP ANTENNA

1.

Release the vinyl tie and take out the connection

2.

3.

4.

line.

Bend in the reverse direction.

Inserting into the hole to attach the loop antenna to the antenna stand.

With the antenna on top any stable surface.

1.

2.

3.

4.

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CONNECTING VIDEO COMPONENTS

ER2500

TV

COMPONENT

VIDEO IN

C R / P R C B / P B Y

AUDIO

OUT

L R

S-VIDEO

IN

VIDEO

IN

L R

L R

SUB

WOOFER

VCR

DIGITAL

OUT

VIDEO

IN

VIDEO

OUT

AUDIO

OUT

AUDIO

IN

L R

L R L R

L R L R

FM

))

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

ER2500

SURROUND

L

SUB

WOOFER

Video Projector

COMPONENT

VIDEO IN

C R / P R C B / P B Y

S-VIDEO

IN

VIDEO

IN

SUB

WOOFER

DVD

ONLY

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

Satellite Tuner

DIGITAL

OUT

VIDEO

OUT

AUDIO

OUT

L R

L R

L R

FM

(75 Ω ))

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VIDEO, S-VIDEO, COMPONENT

There are 3 types of video jacks on the rear panel.

VIDEO jack

The video signal for the VIDEO jacks is the conventional composite video signal.

S-VIDEO jack (DVD mode only)

The video signal is separated into luminance (Y) and color (C) signals for the S-VIDEO jack. The S-VIDEO signals enables high-quality color reproduction. If your video component has an S-VIDEO output, we recommend to use it. Connect the S-VIDEO output jack on your video component to the S-VIDEO input jack on this unit.

Component jack (DVD mode only)

Make component video connections to a TV or monitor with component inputs to produce higher quality video images. Use a component video cable or 3 video cords to connect the component video out jacks on the this unit to the monitor.

Notes:

• Be sure to connect the left and right audio channels properly.

Red connectors are for the R (right) channel, and white connectors are the for L (left) channel.

• Be sure to connect the inputs and outputs of the video signals properly.

• If you connect the S-VIDEO or component signal to the S-VIDEO or component jack on this unit, it is not necessary to connect the conventional video signal to the VIDEO

(composite) jack. If you use both video inputs, this unit gives priority to the S-VIDEO signal.

• Each type of video jack works independently.

Signals input to the VIDEO (composite) and

S-VIDEO jacks or component are output to the corresponding VIDEO (composite) and S-

VIDEO or component jacks, respectively.

• You may need to select the video output mode from setup menu. Refer to the setup menu operation.

• There is no Dolby Digital RF input jack.

Please use an external RF demodulator with a

Dolby Digital decoder to connect a video disc player which has a Dolby Digital RF output jack to the digital input jack on this unit.

• If you want to out the analog audio signal from

VCR audio output terminal via FUNCTION button of ER2500 from digital source (include the build in DVD player), recommend to select

STEREO surround mode with 2 speakers setting (Front speaker only).

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CONNECTING AUDIO COMPONENTS

CD recorder / MD deck

DIGITAL

IN

ER2500

WOOFER

PRE OUT

CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO

COMPONENTS

• There is one optical output jack on the rear panel.

This jack can be connected to a CD recorder-, or a MD deck- inputs, respectively.

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

FM

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SPEAKER

SIZE

(SP SIZE)

FRONT F-SMALL

F-LARGE

SPEAKER

DISTANCE

(SP DIST)

FRONT

BS-YES

BS-NONE

SUB-WF

CENTER

CNT 6.0M

CNT 0.3M

SURR S-YES

S-NONE

SURR

SURR 6.0M

SURR 0.3M

BACK-SUR

SR LEVEL

BS LEVEL

SR +10

SR 0

SR -10

BS +10

BS 0

BS -10

SL LEVEL

SW LEVEL

SL +10

SL 0

SL -10

SW +10

SW 0

SW -10

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

8 9

DIMMER TV-CH

0

VOLUME

DISPLAY

4, 5, 6, 7, 8

MUTE

SPEAKER SETUP

After you have connected all the components, and determined the speaker layout, it is now time to perform the settings in the speaker setup menu for the optimum sound acoustics for your environment and speaker layout.

You can perform the following speaker settings by using the remote controll.

SPEAKER SETUP MENU

Note:

• When no action is taken for 10 seconds, the speaker setup mode will be cancelled.

• While choosing the speaker setup mode or test tone function, there is the function which does not operate in part.

2

1

SPEAKER SIZE

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CHANNEL

LEVEL

(CH LEVEL)

FL LEVEL

BACK-SUR

F 6.0M

F 0.3M

FL +10

FL 0

FL -10

CENTER

C LEVEL

C-YES

C-NONE

CNT +10

CNT 0

CNT -10

SW-YES

SW-NO

FR LEVEL

FR +10

FR 0

FR -10

BSUR 6.0M

BSUR 0.3M

REPEAT

1/ALL

8

8.

Press the

cursor

button to set next speaker size setting (CENTER).

• Repeat step

5.

to

8.

to set other speaker size settings.

• When all the settings have been finished, press the

SPK SET

button or the

ENTER

button (or leave the unit for 10 seconds) to exit the speaker setup mode.

Note:

• "Back Surr" will be displayed in DTS Neo:6,

DOLBY PRO LOGIC II x, Dolby Digital EX, DTS

ES, Hall, Theater and Live mode.

ENTER

RETURN

1

MENU

TUNE PRESET

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

3, 8

RC2500ER

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Press the

POWER ON/STANDBY

button on the main unit or the

STANDBY/ON

button on the remote control unit to turn the power ON.

If STEREO indicator is lit, press the

SURROUND

button and select another surround mode for 5.1

or 6.1channel (such as DOLBY PRO LOGIC II x

MOVIE or HALL).

Press the

SPK SET

button.

• "SP SIZE" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button.

• "FRONT" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button to set.

• "F-LARGE" or "F-SMALL" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

/ buttons to change the front speaker size setting.

If you want to decide the speaker size setting, press the

cursor

button.

• "WAIT" blinks for 4 seconds, and the setting is saved in memory.

FRONT

F-LARGE :

Select this when the front speakers are large and no subwoofer is connected.

When "F-LARGE" is selected, SUBWOOFER is set to "SW-NO" automatically, and bass frequencies of

STOP

F-SMALL

(Default)

:

Select this when the front speakers are rather small and subwoofer is connected.

Volume

When "F-SMALL" is selected, SUBWOOFER is set to "SW-YES" automatically, and bass frequencies of the front channels are output from a subwoofer.

FUNCTION

PHONES

DOWN-VOL-UP

ER2500

CENTER

C-YES

(Default)

:

Select this when the center speaker is connected.

C-NONE :

Select this when no center speaker is connected.

The center channel will be output from front speakers.

SURROUND

S-YES

(Default)

:

Select this when the surround speakers are connected.

S-NONE :

Select this when no surround speakers are connected.

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STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

SURROUND BACK

BS-YES

(Default)

:

Select this when the surround back speakers are connected.

BS-NONE :

Select this when no surround back speakers are connected.

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4

SPEAKER DISTANCE

5 6

7 8 9

This mode is used to set the speaker distance from your listening position.

0

VOLUME

MUTE

7

SUBWOOFER

SW-YES

(Default)

:

Select this when a subwoofer is connected and the front speakers are rather small.

When "SW - YES" is selected, Front speakers are set to "F-SMALL" automatically, Bass frequencies are output from the subwoofer.

SW-NO :

Select this when no subwoofer is connected and the front speakers are large.

When "SW - NO" is selected, Front speakers are set to "F-LARGE" automatically, and bass frequencies of the all channels are output from front speakers.

1, 7

REPEAT

1/ALL

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Press the

SPK SET

button.

• "SP SIZE" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button.

• "SP DIST" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button.

• "FRONT" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button to adjust.

• "F 2.1M" (front default) appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

/ buttons to change the front speaker distance setting.

If you want to decide the speaker distance setting, press the

cursor

button.

Press the

cursor

button to set next speaker size setting (CNT).

• Repeat step

4.

to

7.

to set other speaker distance settings.

• When all the settings have been finished, press the

SPK SET

button or the

ENTER

button (or leave the unit for 10 seconds) to exit the speaker setup mode.

STANDBY/ON

TV

SLEEP

TV POWER DVD

SPEAKER BALANCE (TEST TONE)

DSS VCR

TUNER

A/D TV-INPUT

The test tone function is useful to adjust the relative volume level between speakers.

1 2 3

TV-VOL the balance as long as the speakers aren't moved.

7 8 9

• It is also possible to adjust the relative volume level during playback DVD.

0

VOLUME

• Use the remote control from your listening position.

DISPLAY

2

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1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

Press the

T.TONE

button.

BAND TUNE MODE

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE

PRG example, no center speaker) the test tone

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR will automatically skip over that channel.

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

FL (Front Left) C (Center) FR (Front Right)

RC2500ER

3

1, 5

REPEAT

1/ALL

SR

(Surround Right)

SW

(Subwoofer)

SL

(Surround Left)

BS

(Back Surround)

Note:

• "Back Surr" will be displayed in DTS Neo:6,

DOLBY PRO LOGIC II x, Dolby Digital EX, DTS

ES, Hall, Theater and Live mode.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Adjust the master volume to the normal listening level by

VOLUME

buttons.

Using the

cursor

/ buttons, adjust the volume level of each speakers so that the test tone from each speakers sounds the same.

• The volume level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from -10 dB to +10 dB.

• Adjust the volume level of each speakers, while the blinking display of each speakers appears on the front display.

Repeat step

3.

for other speakers until all speakers are adjusted to the same volume level.

When the setting has been finished, press the

T.TONE

button to stop the test tone.

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STANDBY/ON SLEEP

TUNER TV TV POWER DVD

SPEAKER LEVEL

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

This mode is useful to adjust the relative volume level between speakers during playback DVD. It is also

TV-VOL possible to adjust the volume level of subwoofer.

If the balance has already been set using the test

7 8 9 tone function, you don't have to change the setting

0 of speakers (FL, C, FR, SR, SL, BS, SW).

VOLUME

MUTE

DISPLAY

2, 3, 4, 5

6

6.

Press the

cursor

button to set next speaker volume level setting (C LEVEL).

• Repeat step

4.

to

6.

to set other speaker volume level settings.

• When all the settings have been finished, press the

SPK SET

button or the

ENTER

button (or leave the unit for 10 seconds) to exit the speaker setup mode.

Note:

• "Back Surr" will be displayed in DTS Neo:6,

DOLBY PRO LOGIC II x, Dolby Digital EX, DTS

ES, Hall, Theater and Live mode.

1, 6

REPEAT

1/ALL

DEFAULT SETTING

(EXCEPT THE DVD SETUP MENU)

If this default setting is performed, all the settings except the DVD setup menu are reset to the factory defaults.

1

POWER

ON/STANDBY

POWER

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE

STANDBY

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

During playback DVD, press the

SPK SET

button.

• "SP SIZE" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button twice.

• "CH LEVEL" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

button.

• "FL LEVEL"(Level of Front Left) appears on the front display.

• If the balance has already been set using the test tone function, you don't have to change the setting of speakers (FL, C, FR, SR, SL,

Volume

BS, SW). If you want to change the level of subwoofer, press the

cursor

button repeatedly until "SW LEVEL" appears on the display.

Press the

cursor

button to adjust.

• "FL 0" appears on the front display.

Press the

cursor

/ buttons to change the volume level setting.

• The volume level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from -10 dB to +10 dB.

STANDBY

2

PLAY/IIPAUSE STOP FUNCTION

V CD MP3

DVD A.

PRGM

P.SCAN

TITLE TRK CHP

EX

Tuned ALL

5 STEREO

AB PRESET dB kHz

MHz

PCM DIGITAL

STEREO

MUTE

RANDOM

ANALOG SL EEP

PHONES

DOWN-VOL-UP

ER2500

1.

2.

Press the

POWER ON/STANDBY

button on the main unit to turn the power OFF.

Press the continuously with

2

(PLAY),

9

(STOP) and

2

(PLAY) buttons on the main unit.

• All the settings are reset.

Volume

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POWER

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE

STANDBY

BASIC OPERATIONS

SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE

Volume

POWER

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE

1

2

STANDBY

Volume

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SURROUND

8

1

0

9

DIMMER TV-CH

VOLUME

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE PLAY/IIPAUSE

MUTE

DISPLAY

2

DVD-SET UP TOP MENU

REO

E

DOM

EP

ENTER

ER2500

RETURN MENU

TUNE PRESET BAND TUNE MODE

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

1.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

Press the

POWER ON/STANDBY

button on the main unit or the

STANDBY/ON

button on the remote control unit to turn the power ON.

• The display will be like below.

RC2500ER

2.

Select a source by pressing one of the

Function

buttons on the remote control unit.

It is also possible to select a source by pressing repeatedly

FUNCTION

button on the main unit.

• The selected source is shown on the front display.

DVD

TUNER (FM/AM)

TV

VCR

DSS

ADJUSTING THE MASTER VOLUME

TREBLE)

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

1

4

7

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

2

5

8

VOLUME

3

6

9

TV-VOL

TV-CH

MUTE

DISPLAY

1

TV-INPUT

PLAY/IIPAUSE FUNCTION DOWN-VOL-UP

11

44

77

22

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88

00

33

66

99

REO

E

DOM

EP

PHONES

ER2500

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

2

1

PLAY/IIPAUSE STOP FUNCTION DOWN-VOL-UP

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the

VOLUME + / –

buttons on the remote control unit or

VOLUME UP/DOWN

buttons on the

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY main unit.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

• To increase the volume, press the

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

VOLUME +

button or press

VOLUME UP

button, to

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT decrease the volume, press the

VOLUME –

button or press

VOLUME DOWN

button.

PHONES

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

Press the

TONE

button on the remote control

TUNE MODE

• Each time the

TONE

button is pressed, the

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL

BASS

CLR

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

TRE OFF

• To adjust the level of low frequency sound range, select "BASS".

RC2500ER

2.

range, select "TRE (treble)".

Press the

cursor

/ buttons on the remote control unit to change the tone level.

The tone level can be adjusted in 2 dB steps from -10 to +10.

MUTING THE SOUND

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1

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

To mute the sound temporarily, press the

MUTE

button on the remote control unit. Press the

MUTE

button again to restore the sound. If

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY you change the volume during the muting or in

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM tone control mode, the muting will be cancelled.

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

• While muting function is performed, the

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

MUTE indicator lights red on the front display.

RC2500ER

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SETTING THE SURROUND MODE

1

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• When you press the

SURROUND

button, the sound is cut off for a moment.

• Note that surround speakers are necessary for DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, DOLBY PRO

LOGIC II , HALL, THEATER, LIVE, 5 STEREO mode to function, and a Back Surround speaker is needed for the HALL, THEATER,

LIVE, DTS NEO:6, DTS ES, DOLBY DIGITAL

EX, DOLBY PRO LOGIC II x MOVIE and

DOLBY PRO LOGIC

II x MUSIC mode to function.

• All Input function have last memory for

Surround Mode.

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

Surround Mode can be changed when you press

SURROUND

button on remote control unit.

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE input signal automatically. ( Refer to

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

“The relation between the selected surround

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

mode and the input signal”

.)

The available surround modes may be restricted depending on the input signal

RC2500ER and speaker setup.

In case of PCM signal input (6.1 ch Speaker

Setting)

The

SURROUND

button is pressed, the mode is changed as follows (example CD-

DA):

DOLBY PROLOGIC

II

x MOVIE

DOLBY PROLOGIC

II

x MUSIC

HALL

THEATER

LIVE

5 STEREO

STEREO

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA

DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

• When a Dolby Digital format signal is input, the surround mode automatically switches to the DOLBY DIGITAL mode.

SURROUND MODE

DOLBY PRO LOGIC II MOVIE (Only 5.1ch Setting)

The Movie mode is optimized for movies or programs with Dolby Surround soundtracks. This mode is also appropriate for use with video game.

DOLBY PRO LOGIC II MUSIC (Only 5.1ch Setting)

The Music mode creates a rich and enveloping surround ambience from stereo sources such as

CDs.

HALL

When playing recordings of live music, this mode provides a feeling similar to actually being in a concert hall.

When this mode is selected, the normal program source is directed to the main speakers and a reverberated sound is directed to the surround speakers.

This mode is suited to program sources which contain a large amount of reverberation.

THEATER

This mode provides a three dimensional surround effect similar to that of movie theater. With this mode, you can enjoy a surround effect similar to

Dolby Surround sound even when playing a video program which is not encoded with the Dolby

Surround system.

LIVE

The reverberation of this mode produces a sound field which recreates the sound of a stadium.

5 STEREO

The Front left channel signals are output to the surround and surround back signal left channels, the front right channel signals are output to the surround and surround back signal right channels, and the in-phase component of the left and right channels is output to the center channel.

Use this mode to enjoy stereo sound.

STEREO

Sound is output from front speakers.

• When DTS or DOLBY DIGITAL is selected, the surround sound is down mixed to 2 channel.

DOLBY DIGITAL

This mode is enabled when playing source materials encoded in Dolby Digital.

Playing multichannel encoded 6.1 or 7.1-channel

Dolby Digital sources provides five main audio channels (left, center, right, surround left and surround right) and Low Frequency Effect channel.

Dolby Digital EX decoding is not available in this mode.

Pro Logic II x MOVIE (Only 6.1ch Setting)

Dolby Pro Logic II x brings the excitement of surround sound to any stereo mix, while making existing Dolby Surround mixes sound more like discrete 5.1 channels Surround sound.

This mode provides 6.1 or 7.1 channel surround sound from Dolby Surround encoded stereo movie sound tracks.

Pro Logic II x MUSIC (Only 6.1ch Setting)

Dolby Pro Logic II x brings the excitement of surround sound to any stereo mix, while making existing Dolby Surround mixes sound more like discrete 5.1 channels Surround sound.

This mode provides 6.1 or 7.1 channel surround sound from conventional stereo sources, analog or digital, such as CD, Tape, FM, TV, Stereo VCR, etc.

Notes:

• Pro Logic II x mode will decode as Pro Logic II mode when the SURROUND BACK SPEAKER is set NONE in SPEAKER SETUP menu. (See

SPEAKER SETUP,

p16)

• Pro Logic

II x mode is available for a 2ch or

5.1ch input signal which is encoded in Dolby

Digital, PCM or Analog format.

• PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro

Logic processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.

Dolby Digital EX (Only 6.1ch Setting)

In a movie theater, film soundtracks that have been encoded with Dolby Digital Surround EX technology are able to reproduce an extra channel which has been added during the mixing of the program.

This channel, called Surround Back, places sounds behind the listener in addition to the currently available front left, front center, front right, surround right, surround left and subwoofer channels.

This additional channel provides the opportunity for more detailed imagine behind the listener and brings more depth, spacious ambience and sound localization than ever before.

Dolby Digital EX is not available in the system without surround back speaker(s).

DTS-ES (Discrete 6.1, Matrix 6.1)

(Only 6.1ch Setting)

DTS-ES adds the surround center channel audio to the DTS 5.1-channel format to improve the acoustic positioning and makes acoustic image movement more natural with the 6.1-channel reproduction.

This receiver incorporates a DTS-ES decoder, which can handle DTS-ES Discrete-encoded and

DTS-ES Matrix-encoded program sources from

DVD, etc..

DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 features digital discrete recording of all channels including the surround back channel(s) and higher quality of audio reproduction.

DTS-ES is not available in the system without a surround back speaker.

This mode cannot be used when an analog input has been selected.

dts

:

This mode is enabled when playing source materials encoded in dts multichannel.

Playing multichannel encoded 5.1-channel dts sources provides five main audio channels (left, center, right, surround left and surround right) and Low Frequency Effect channel.

dts-ES decoding is not available in this mode.

The DTS mode cannot be used when an analog input has been selected.

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Neo:6 Cinema, Neo:6 Music

This mode decodes 2-channel signals into 6channel signals using high-accuracy digital matrix technology.

The DTS NEO:6 decoder has near-discrete properties in the frequency characteristics of the channels as well as in channel separation.

According to the signals to be played back, DTS

NEO:6 uses either the NEO:6 CINEMA mode optimized for movie playback or the NEO:6

MUSIC mode optimized for music playback.

Note:

• Neo:6 mode is available to 2ch input signals which are encoded in Dolby Digital, PCM or

Analog format.

• PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro

Logic processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.

CAUTION

NOTE for Dolby Digital Surround EX signal

• When playing Dolby Digital Surround EXencoded software in 6.1 channels, it is required to set the Dolby Digital EX mode.

• Note that some of Dolby Digital Surround EXencoded software does not contain the identification signal. In this case, set the Dolby

Digital EX mode manually.

The relation between the selected surround mode and the input signal

The surround mode is selected with the

SURROUND

button on the remote control unit. However, the sound you hear is subject to the relationship between the selected surround mode and input signal. That relationship is as follows;

Speaker setting:

6.1ch = Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Surround Back (Phantom), Subwoofer

5.1ch = Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Subwoofer

DVD mode

Speaker setting

6.1ch

5.1ch

Input Signal

PCM*

Dolby Digital 5.1

Dolby Digital 4.1

Dolby Digital 5.1 EX

Dolby Digital 2ch

DTS 5.1

DTS 6.1 Discrete

DTS 6.1 Matrix

PCM*

Dolby Digital 5.1

Dolby Digital 5.1 EX

Dolby Digital 2ch

DTS 5.1

DTS 6.1 Discrete

DTS 6.1 Matrix

PRO LOGIC II

II x MOVIE

DTS ES MATRIX

DTS ES DISCRETE

DTS ES MATRIX

PRO LOGIC II MOVIE

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

PRO LOGIC II MOVIE

DTS

DTS

DTS x MOVIE

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

PRO LOGIC

PCM* : 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96

48kHz

Surround mode (Possible to select surround decode fromat)

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC HALL

PRO LOGIC

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC

PRO LOGIC

II

II

PRO LOGIC

II x MUSIC

DTS

DTS

DTS

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC x MUSIC

MUSIC

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

HALL

STEREO

STEREO

PRO LOGIC II MUSIC

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

THEATER

THEATER

LIVE

LIVE

5 STEREO

5 STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

TV / TUNER mode

Speaker setting Input Signal

6.1ch

5.1ch

Analog

Analog

PRO LOGIC II x MOVIE

PRO LOGIC II MOVIE

Surround mode (Possible to select surround decode fromat)

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC

PRO LOGIC II MUSIC

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

HALL

HALL

THEATER

THEATER

LIVE

LIVE

5 STEREO

5 STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

DSS / VCR mode

Speaker setting Input Signal

6.1ch

Analog

PCM*

PCM**

Dolby Digital 5.1

Dolby Digital 4.1

Dolby Digital 5.1 EX

5.1ch

Dolby Digital 2ch

DTS 5.1

DTS 6.1 Discrete

DTS 6.1 Matrix

Analog

PCM*

PCM**

Dolby Digital 5.1

Dolby Digital 5.1 EX

Dolby Digital 2ch

DTS 5.1

DTS 6.1 Discrete

DTS 6.1 Matrix

PCM* : 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz

PCM** : 96kHz

PRO LOGIC II x MOVIE

PRO LOGIC II x MOVIE

STEREO

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

DOLBY DIGITAL EX

PRO LOGIC II x MOVIE

DTS ES MATRIX

DTS ES DISCRETE

DTS ES MATRIX

PRO LOGIC II MOVIE

PRO LOGIC

II

MOVIE

STEREO

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

PRO LOGIC II MOVIE

DTS

DTS

DTS

Surround mode (Possible to select surround decode fromat)

PRO LOGIC

PRO LOGIC

II

II x MUSIC x MUSIC

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC

PRO LOGIC II x MUSIC

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

DOLBY DIGITAL

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

HALL

HALL

PRO LOGIC II

DTS

DTS

DTS

PRO LOGIC

PRO LOGIC

II

II x MUSIC

MUSIC

MUSIC

STEREO

STEREO

PRO LOGIC II MUSIC

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO –

STEREO

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

DTS NEO:6 CINEMA DTS NEO:6 MUSIC

STEREO

HALL

HALL

THEATER

THEATER

THEATER

THEATER

LIVE

LIVE

LIVE

LIVE

5 STEREO

5 STEREO

5 STEREO

5 STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

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POWER

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE

STANDBY

BASIC OPERATION

(PLAYBACK)

For operations for specific disc types, the disc type marks (

DVD VCD SVCD CD MP3 WMA JPEG

) are shown beside the operations.

If no mark is shown, the operation is for all disc types.

The menu screen that appears on the TV can be shown in any of the languages available under

OSD LANGUAGE (English, French, Spanish).

SLEEP STANDBY/ON

English is used in this explanation.

DVD TUNER TV TV POWER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

PREPARATION

DVD VCD SVCD MP3 WMA JPEG

1.

2.

Turn on power of TV.

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4 5 6

Set the input source of the TV to the this player.

7 8 9

TV-CH

SURROUND DIMMER

0

PLAYING A DISC

VOLUME

MUTE

DISPLAY

1.

Press the

POWER ON/STANDBY

button on the main unit or the

STANDBY/ON

button on the remote to turn the power ON.

• The display will be like below.

2.

3.

Press

OPEN/CLOSE

button on the main unit to open the disc tray.

Set a disc on the disc tray, label side up. And then press

OPEN/CLOSE

button on the main unit to close the disc tray.

1

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

4

REPEAT

1/ALL

DVD

STANDBY

For DVD, once a disc is loaded, it is played automatically.

In stop mode, press

2

(PLAY) button to start the play.

FL Display will be like below.

If DVD menu is displayed on the TV screen, see “DVD MENU” page (

p24).

VCD For VCD playback, once a disc is loaded, it is played automatically. FL Display will be like below.

For details on VCD playback and setting the

PBC function, see “Playing VCD disc with

PBC function” (

p25).

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV

A/D

TV POWER

TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7 8 9

SURROUND

TO PAUSE PLAYING

DISPLAY

0

VOLUME

DIMMER

TV-CH

MUTE

4.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button to start the play.

CD SVCD

For Audio CD playback, FL Display will be like below.

MP3 WMA JPEG

With MP3, WMA or JPEG discs, playback

Volume does not start when the

2

(PLAY) button is pressed.

For the procedure for playing back MP3 and

WMA discs, see “Playing MP3/WMA” (

p25).

For the procedure for playing back JPEG discs, see “Viewing JPEG” (

p26).

1

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

ned ALL

5 STEREO

AB PRESET

PCM dB kHz

MHz

DIGITAL

STEREO

MUTE

RANDOM

ANALOG SL EEP

ER2500

1.

Press the

;

(PAUSE) button.

To resume playing, press the

2

(PLAY) button.

Volume

RETURN

1

ENTER

TUNE PRESET

OPEN/CLOSE

BAND TUNE MODE

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

NTSC/PAL

STANDBY

T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

4 ned ALL

5 STEREO

AB PRESET

PCM dB kHz

MHz

DIGITAL

STEREO

MUTE

RANDOM

ANALOG SL EEP

RC2500ER

ER2500

VCD For VCD, when VCD disc with PBC function

STOP PLAY/IIPAUSE

TV screen. (PBC function is ON.)

Select an item by pressing the

numeric

For details on VCD playback and setting the

PBC function, see “Playing VCD disc with

PBC function” (

p25).

PHONES

DOWN-VOL-UP

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POWER

ON/STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE

STANDBY

Volume

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

TO STOP PLAYING

DISPLAY

0

8

VOLUME

9

DIMMER

TV-CH

MUTE

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

CD SVCD

For Audio CD discs, FL Display is like below in stop mode.

SKIP PLAY

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

DISPLAY

Note:

You can change the DVD disc while this unit is waiting to resume playback with the current disc. This resume function can memorize the resume position for a maximum 3 discs. When you reload the disc with resume playback function next time, “PRESS PLAY TO RESUME

PLAY” appears on the TV screen.

PRESS PLAY TO RESUME PLAY

DIRECT SEARCH

VCD SVCD CD MP3 WMA JPEG

With the VCD, SVCD, CD, MP3, WMA or JPEG discs, you can choose a track directly by pressing a

numeric

button on the remote control unit.

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

PLAY/IIPAUSE STOP FUNCTION

ned ALL

5 STEREO

AB PRESET

PCM dB kHz

MHz

DIGITAL

STEREO

MUTE

RANDOM

ANALOG SL EEP

PHONES

ER2500

1.

Press the

9

(STOP) button.

DVD

RESUME FUNCTION

The player can memorize the position where the playback is stopped for DVD disc. With this function, playback can be started from the position where the playback was stopped.

• When

9

(STOP) button is pressed, FL Display will be like below.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button within 10 seconds.

Playback resumes from the point where it left off the last time.

DEACTIVATE RESUME FUNCTION

• After stopping playback (Resume status displayed), press

9

(STOP) button again to deactivate the resume function.

• Press

2

(PLAY) button to start playback from the beginning.

VCD

For VCD disc with PBC function, FL Display is like below in stop mode.

1

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

ENTER

1.

RETURN MENU

With the VCD, SVCD, CD, MP3, WMA or JPEG

2.

BAND TUNE MODE

numeric

buttons (0 to 9) on the remote control

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY unit.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

Chapter 3 : Press

numeric

button "3".

Track 12 : Press

numeric

button "1" and

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT then

numeric

button "2" within two seconds.

After selecting a track, it is played automatically

RC2500ER from the selected track.

1.

While playing, press

4

button or

¢

button to skip to the previous or next chapter (track).

• Every time

¢

button is pressed, the unit skips to the next chapter (track).

• If

4

button is pressed once, the unit skips to the beginning of the current chapter(track).

If the button is pressed more than 2 times, the unit skips to the previous chapter(track) every time the button is pressed.

• When

2

(PLAY) button is pressed, playback is resumed at the stopped position.

• During playback DVD, press one of the following button at the point where you want to resume playback.

: POWER, OPEN/CLOSE, FUNCTION

For VCD disc without PBC function, FL

Display is like below in stop mode.

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STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1 2

5

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

6

DVD VCD SVCD

7

CD

SURROUND

8

MP3

DIMMER

0

Caution

VOLUME

TV-VOL

TV-CH

1.

While playing, press and hold

4

button or

¢

button on the remote control unit for more than 2 seconds for fast rewind or fast forward play.

• Every time

4

button or

¢

button on the remote control unit is pressed for more than

2 seconds during search playing, the search speed changes as shown below.

DVD

2X

100X

4X

16X

VCD

SVCD

CD

2X 4X

8X

MP3

2X

16X

4X

8X

2.

Press

2

(PLAY) button to return to normal play.

GUI (GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE)

DVD VCD SVCD CD

When you press the

DISPLAY

button during a disc playback, the playback information (title, chapter, time, etc.) appears for 10 seconds on the TV or screen.

For DVD playback

1 35

T I M E

1 : 1 5 : 2 0

A B C

AU D I O

1 ENG

DIGITAL

1 ENG 1/1

D E F

A

: current title number

B

: current chapter number

C

: elapsed time of the title

D

: audio channel

E

: subtitle language

F

: angle mark and angle number

For VCD, SVCD or CD playback

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

1

G H

G

: current track number

H

: elapsed time of the track

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

While playing, press

DISPLAY

button on the

BAND TUNE MODE

(title, chapter, time, etc.) appears on the TV or

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY screen.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

• Using the

cursor

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B

buttons, select a direct

RANDOM CLR playback item. Then, select a title, chapter/

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT track or time position to play back directly with the

numeric

buttons.

Press

ENTER

button to start playback from

RC2500ER the selected a title, chapter/track or time position.

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1 2 3

TV-VOL

DVD MENU

DVD

7

4 5 6

8 9

Most of DVD discs have their own menu screen (DVD

0

TV-CH menu). In this menu, you can choose a chapter, audio

VOLUME

MUTE

2

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

1

1.

2.

3.

Insert a DVD disc. The menu will be displayed on TV. If menu is not displayed, press

MENU

button (or

TOP MENU

button) on the remote control unit.

Press

Cursor

button to select a chapter (menu item).

Press

ENTER

button to confirm the item.

• If a chapter is selected, the chapter is played automatically.

• If an audio language or subtitle is selected, press

2

(PLAY) button to start playback from the beginning.

• Press

MENU

button to return to the previous menu.

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STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

DISPLAY

PLAYING VCD DISCS WITH PBC FUNCTION

VCD

When a VCD disc with PBC(Play Back Control) function is loaded, PBC function of unit is ON. And then, a menu is displayed automatically on the TV.

FOR VCD WITH PBC PLAYBACK

1.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button to start the play in stop mode.

• The menu is displayed automatically at first.

• While playing, press

RETURN

button to display menu screen.

• To playback a specific track, select it with the

numeric

buttons.

PLAYING MP3/WMA

MP3 WMA

If disc in MP3/WMA format is loaded, menu screen is displayed on TV automatically. This menu shows folder and file (track) names that are given with a PC, etc.

• Folder and file names are shown up to 10 characters. ID3 tag information is not shown.

• Characters except “A-Z”, ”0-9”, ”_” are not displayed correctly.

• Do not use special letters such as “/ : * ? “ < > ” etc.

• The order shown in the menu may not be the same to the order shown in a PC.

FOR VCD WITHOUT PBC PLAYBACK

1.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button to start the play in stop mode.

• Press a

numeric

buttons (0 to 9) and

ENTER

button on the remote control unit to select a track. The track will be played.

001

004.mp3

005.mp3

006.mp3

002

003

011.wma

012.wma

013.wma

007.mp3

008.mp3

009.mp3

010.mp3

XXX.mp3

XXX.wma

• This unit can play MP3/WMA discs recorded in

ISO9660 format.

• The unit plays the files with “.mp3/.WMA” extension only.

• The maximum file number in a disc is 650.

(Including the number of folders.)

• The maximum folder layer number is 8.

• When playing a MP3/WMA disc, it may take more than 30 seconds depending on the number of files and folder layer structure.

2

4

REPEAT

1/ALL

PLAY MODE:

FOLDER

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

MP3

-A

MP3

-B

MP3 -C

MP3 -D

MP3 -E

1

3

4

1.

2.

3.

4.

When a disc is loaded, menu screen is displayed on TV. If menu is not displayed, press

TOP

MENU

button on the remote control unit.

Choose a track by pressing a

Cursor

button.

Press

ENTER

button to confirm the selected track.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button to start the play.

• To select a track while playing MP3/WMA, press

4

or

¢

button on the remote control unit.

MP3

2

3

0

1

4

5

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

WMA

PLAY MODE:

FOLDER

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

SINGLE ELAPSED

--

01 A

02 B

03 C

04 D

05 E

02:18

• When a WMA disc with a recorded artist or title is played back, the artist’s name or title is displayed at the bottom of the menu screen. (Max. 32 characters) However, the information is displayed only when English is the selected on-screen display language.

The area remains blank when other languages are selected.

2

3

0

1

4

5

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DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV

A/D

TV POWER

TV-INPUT

CAUTIONS ON DISCS IN MP3/WMA

FORMAT.

• This unit can handle with the multi-session.

If there are many sessions, it may take much time to start playing. To record MP3/WMA discs, make the number of sessions as few as possible.

• A single session disc requires MP3/WMA files in the first track. If there is no MP3/WMA file in the

1st track, it cannot playback MP3/WMA files. If you wish to playback MP3/WMA files, format all the data in the disc or use a new one.

• Sampling frequency:

32, 44.1, 48 kHz (MP3)

44, 48 kHz (WMA)

• Bit rate:

56-256 kbps (MP3)

64-192 kbps (WMA)

• Total number of files on the disc should be less than 650.

• Customers should also note that permission is required in order to download MP3/WMA files and music from the Internet. Our company has no right to grant such permission. Permission should always be sought from the copyright owner.

• If you record a disc using a personal computer, even if it is recorded in a compatible format, there are cases in which it may not play because of the settings of the application software used to create the disc. (Check with the software publisher for more detailed information.)

• Some CD-R/RW discs cannot be played back on this unit.

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4

VIEWING JPEG

JPEG

7

5

8

6

9

This unit can play discs with JPEG(picture) files.

0

TV-CH

JPEG images can be displayed up to a max. 5120 x

VOLUME

MUTE

3840 pixel.

DISPLAY

1

2

3

REPEAT

1/ALL

1.

2.

When a disc is loaded, menu screen is displayed on TV. If menu is not displayed, press

TOP

MENU

button on the remote control unit.

Choose a file by pressing a

Cursor

button.

PLAY MODE:

FOLDER

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

A

D

E

B

C

3

3

4

5

0

1

2

TO FLIP THE PICTURE

1.

Press

Cursor

(

3

/

4

) buttons on the remote control unit during showing a picture to flip the picture horizontally or a vertically.

TO ROTATE THE PICTURE

1.

Press

Cursor

(

1

/

2

) buttons on the remote control unit during showing a picture to rotate the picture clockwise or counter clockwise.

CAUTIONS ON JPEG RECORDINGS.

• Total number of files and folders on the disc should be less than 650.

• If the files have “.jpe” or “.jpeg” extensions, please rename them as “.jpg” files.

• File names without “.jpg” extension will not be able to be read by this player. Even though the files are shown as JPEG image files in windows explorer.

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

3.

Press the

2

(PLAY) button to view the file.

• To select a file while playing JPEG, press

4

or

¢

button on the remote control unit.

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DVD TUNER TV TV POWER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

VARIOUS PLAYING

3 1 2

TV-VOL

6

SLOW PLAY

7

SURROUND

DVD

DISPLAY

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

STEP PLAY

DVD

DISPLAY

MUTE

3

1, 2

REPEAT

1/ALL

2

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

1.

While playing, Press

,

button or

.

button on the remote control unit for slow backward play or slow forward play.

• Press

.

button for slow forward.

• Press

,

button for slow backward.

• Every time

,

/

.

button is pressed, slow speed changes in 3 steps.

1/2 1/4 1/8

1.

2.

While playing, press

;

(PAUSE) button to still the picture.

Press

;

(PAUSE) button to step the frame forward.

Note:

• In frame-by-frame play, there is no audio

3.

To return to normal play, press

2

(PLAY) button.

Note:

• In slow play, there is no audio

2.

To return to normal play, press

2

(PLAY) button.

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

TV TV POWER DVD TUNER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

CHANGING ANGLES

DVD

1 2 3

You can switch angles to play for DVD discs which

4 5 contain multiple angles.

6

TV-VOL

7 8 9

For multi-angle DVD discs,

4

the packages. Also, if multi-angle is available on a

VOLUME scene,

4

MUTE

appears on TV screen.

SLEEP STANDBY/ON

ZOOM FUNCTION

DVD

TUNER DVD TV TV POWER format on a normal aspect (4:3) TV, the center part

TV-VOL this zoomed display, picture display can be fit into the TV screen. Nonetheless, both side ends of the

7 8 9 picture can not be displayed.

TV-CH

0

Note:

VOLUME

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

1.

When

4

appears during playback, press

ANGLE

button on the remote control unit.

• Each time

ANGLE

button is pressed, angle changes.

1/4

Angle : 2/4

2/4

1.

Press

ZOOM

button on the remote control unit while playing or pausing.

• Each time

ZOOM

button is pressed, picture is zoomed in the following magnification ratio.

Normal play

16X

2X

4X

• You can shift the zoom point by pressing the

cursor

buttons during zoom playback.

Angle : 4/4

4/4

Angle : 3/4

3/4

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VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4 5 6

CHANGING AUDIO

SURROUND

DVD 9

DIMMER TV-CH

0

The audio to be played can be changed for DVD

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4 5 6

7

TV-CH

0

The subtitle language can be changed for DVD

REPEAT PLAY

DVD VCD SVCD CD

Each time

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit is pressed, repeat mode is changed in the following order.

DVD TUNER TV TV POWER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

1-chapter(track) repeat

1, 2

REPEAT

1/ALL

1, 2

REPEAT

1/ALL

4 5 6

Off

7 8 9

Note:

SURROUND DIMMER

TV-CH

0

For repeat play on VCD discs with PBC function,

VOLUME

MUTE

CD

3.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit once again.

• For DVD discs, currently played title is repeated.

DVD

• For VCD, SVCD and Audio CD discs, the entire disc is repeated.

VCD SVCD

1.

2.

If

AUDIO

button on the remote control unit is pressed once while playing, the currently played language is displayed.

Press

AUDIO

button again to change audio.

• Each time

AUDIO

button is pressed, audio changes.

1.

2.

If

S.TITLE

button on the remote control unit is pressed once while playing, the language of the currently displayed subtitle is displayed.

Press

S.TITLE

button again to change subtitle language.

• Each time

S.TITLE

button is pressed, subtitle language changes. If it is set to off, no subtitle is displayed.

2, 3, 4

REPEAT

1/ALL

CD

1.

2.

Play the title or chapter(track) you want to repeat.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit once.

• For DVD discs, currently played chapter is repeated.

DVD

4.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit again to clear the repeat.

• For VCD, SVCD and Audio CD discs, currently played track is repeated.

VCD SVCD

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MP3 WMA JPEG

Each time

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit is pressed, play mode on TV is changed

TUNER TV TV POWER

VCR DSS

Folder

A/D TV-INPUT

1

Folder repeat

TV-VOL

4 5

Disc

6

7 8

Disc repeat

0

9

TV-CH

DISPLAY

4.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit to select the folder repeat mode.

PLAY MODE:

FOLDER REPEAT

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

MP3

MP3

MP3

MP3

MP3

01-A

02-B

03-C

04-D

05-E

2

3

0

1

4

5

3, 5, 8

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

5.

Press

2

(PLAY) button to repeat play.

• The folder is repeated.

MP3

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TV TV POWER DVD TUNER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

A-B REPEAT PLAY

DVD VCD SVCD

1 2 3

CD

TV-VOL

You can play a specific part (between A and B) in a chapter(track) repeatedly.

7 8 9

Note:

SURROUND DIMMER TV-CH

0

• This function cannot be used for MP3/WMA/

JPEG discs.

DISPLAY

MUTE

1, 2, 3

REPEAT

1/ALL

2.

At the end of the desired passage, press

REPEAT A-B

button again, then “ ” indicator lights up and the desired passage is played repeatedly.

DVD

VCD SVCD

CD

2, 4, 7

3.

Press

REPEAT A-B

button to cancel the A-B repeat play.

1.

2.

Select the track (file) you want to repeat.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit to select the track repeat mode.

PLAY MODE:

TRACK REPEAT

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

MP3

01-A

MP3

02-B

MP3 03-C

MP3 04-D

MP3 05-E

2

3

0

1

4

5

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

3.

Press

2

(PLAY) button to repeat play.

• Currently played track is repeated.

MP3

6.

7.

Select the folder you want to repeat.

Press

REPEAT 1/ALL

button on the remote control unit to select the disc repeat mode.

PLAY MODE:

DISC REPEAT

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

MP3

01-A

MP3 02-B

MP3 03-C

MP3 04-D

MP3 05-E

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

8.

Press

2

(PLAY) button to repeat play.

• The entire disc is repeated.

MP3

2

3

0

1

4

5

1.

At the beginning of the desired passage, press

REPEAT A-B

button on the remote control unit.

• “ ” indicator lights up.

DVD

VCD SVCD

CD

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DVD TUNER TV TV POWER

RANDOM PLAY

VCD SVCD CD VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT MP3 WMA JPEG

Note:

4 5 6

TV-VOL

SURROUND DIMMER

0

VOLUME

TV-CH

VCD SVCD CD

DISPLAY

MUTE

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

1

1.

In stop mode, press the

RANDOM

button then press the

2

(PLAY) button.

• All tracks in the disc is played in random sequence.

• IF the

RANDOM

button is pressed while playing, random playback start from the other track.

• If you press the

¢

button during random playback, the next track will be randomly selected and played. A track cannot be replayed during random playback.

• To stop random playback, press

RANDOM

button again.

VCD SVCD

• If

REPEAT

button is pressed once in random play, currently played track is played repeatedly.

For VCD discs, FL Display will be like below.

VCD

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

MP3 WMA JPEG

1

4

7

SURROUND

2 3

TV-VOL

5 6

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

DISPLAY

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

4

2

• If

REPEAT

button is pressed twice in random play, all tracks in the disc is played repeatedly in random sequence.

For VCD discs, FL Display will be like below.

VCD

1.

2.

In stop mode, select the track (file) you want to play.

When the

RANDOM

button on the remote control unit is pressed, the play mode on TV is changed random mode.

PLAY MODE:

RANDOM ON

ROOT

GONZAI

JPEG

MP3

WMA048

WMA064

--

MP3

01-A

MP3

02-B

MP3 03-C

MP3 04-D

MP3 05-E

SINGLE ELAPSED 02:18

3.

Press

2

(PLAY) button to random play.

• All files in a folder is played in random sequence.

MP3

2

3

0

1

4

5

CD

4.

Press

9

(STOP) button to stop random play.

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DVD

PROGRAM PLAY

VCD SVCD

VCR

TUNER

CD

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

VCD SVCD CD

1 2 3

TV-VOL

You can program up to 32 tracks to play tracks in any order you want.

7 8 9

Note that the total time of the programmed tracks

0

TV-CH cannot exceed 99 minutes 59 seconds.

VOLUME

Program play is not available for DVD discs.

DISPLAY

MUTE

2

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

3

4, 6

1

REPEAT

1/ALL

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

When the

PROGRAM

button on the remote

BAND TUNE MODE

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

VCD SVCD

5

2.

Select the tracks to be programmed using the

numeric

buttons on the remote control unit.

• To input a 2-digit track number to select a track using the

numeric

buttons, first input the 10’s digit and, within 2 seconds, input the 1’s digit.

• When track 3 has been selected

VCD

To check the programmed track

1.

While the unit is stopped and in program mode, press the

Cursor

(

3

/

4

) buttons on the remote control unit repeatedly.

• Track number, program number and the total playback time is displayed in order.

To clear the entire program

1.

While the unit is stopped and in program mode, press the

CLEAR

button on the remote control unit for more than 3 seconds.

• All programmed tracks are cleared from memory.

3.

Press

ENTER

button.

• The selected track is programmed, and then unit enter to programming mode again for select the next program track.

For VCD discs, FL Display will be like below.

VCD

To delete a specified programmed track

1.

2.

While the unit is stopped and in program mode, press the

Cursor

(

3

/

4

) buttons on the remote control unit to select a track you want to delete.

Press the

CLEAR

button on the remote control unit.

• A specified track will be deleted.

4.

Repeat step

2

and

3

for programming more tracks. And then press

9

(STOP) button to confirm completion of all the programming.

• If the number of programmed tracks exceeds

32, the display below will be shown.

RC2500ER

CD

5.

6.

Upon completion of all the programming, press the

2

(PLAY)button.

The selected tracks are now played in the programmed order.

Press

9

(STOP)button to stop program play.

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POWER

ON/STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE

STANDBY

Volume

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

BASIC OPERATIONS

(TUNER)

DVD

VCR

4

7

SURROUND

TUNER

DSS

5

8

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

6

9

DIMMER

TV-VOL

TV-CH

0

LISTENING TO THE TUNER (TUNING MODE)

MUTE

DISPLAY

1

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

3

REPEAT

1/ALL

2

4

3.

4.

To select the desired band (FM or AM), press the

2

/BAND

button on the remote control unit.

• The bands are switched by pressing the

2

/

BAND

button between FM and AM band.

Press

4

or

¢ button to tune in the desired station manually.

• Press

4

or

¢ button for 2 seconds or more, automatic searching begins then stops when a station is tuned in.

If tuning does not stop at the desired station, try to the manual tuning.

• When

4

or

¢ button is pressed momentarily, the frequency changes by a fixed step.

(ER2500U)

FM : 100 kHz steps

AM : 10 kHz steps

(ER2500S)

FM : 50 kHz steps

AM : 9 kHz steps

Press

4

or

¢ button repeatedly until the station you want to listen to is found.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

TUNE PRESET BAND TUNE MODE

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY

S.TITLE

PRG

AUDIO

ned ALL AB PRESET

ANGLE

kHz

MHz

STEREO

MUTE

RANDOM

5 STEREO

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B

PCM DIGITAL

RANDOM

ANALOG SL EEP

CLR

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

1

ER2500

RC2500ER

1.

2.

To select Tuner, press the

TUNER

button on the remote control unit.

• The Tuner function can be selected by pressing the

FUNCTION

button on the main unit.

• Make sure the antennas have been connected.

To change the Tuning mode (Tune modes are

Tuning mode and Preset mode), press the

TUNE MODE

button on the remote control unit.

• When unit is in the Preset mode, “PRESET” indicator appears on the front display.

• If “PRESET” indicator is lit, press the

TUNE

MODE

button to change the manual tuning mode.

FM MODE button

Pressing this button alternates between Stereo mode and Monaural mode.

Stereo

FM stereo broadcasts are received in

Mono

stereo and the “STEREO” indicator lights on the front display.

To compensate for weak FM stereo reception, select this mode. Reception will now be forced monaural, reducing unwanted noise.

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

TV TV POWER DVD

PRESET MEMORY OPERATION

TUNER

VCR DSS A/D TV-INPUT

This unit can store up to total 30 stations selected in the FM and AM bands.

1 2 3

TV-VOL

4 5 6

Auto preset memory

7 8 9

This allows a band to be scanned automatically, a

0 station with good reception to be found and to be

VOLUME stored in the preset memory.

DISPLAY

MUTE

1

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

2

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

1.

2.

3.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

To select Tuner, press the

TUNER

button on the

BAND TUNE MODE

RDS FM MODE MEMORY preset, press the

2

/BAND

button on the

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B CLR

To start auto preset memory, press the

;

/

MEMORY

button for more than 2 seconds.

• Up to 30 of the best received stations in your area will be stored automatically. Then you

RC2500ER can select each stations easily.

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DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

Manual preset memory

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

DISPLAY

1

6

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

2

4, 6

5, 7

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

To select Tuner, press the

TUNER

button on the

BAND TUNE MODE

2.

3.

RDS FM MODE MEMORY preset, press the

2

/BAND

button on the

PRG

REPEAT

A-B RANDOM CLR

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE

Tuning mode and Preset mode), press the

TUNE MODE

button on the remote control unit.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

indicator appears on the front display.

• If “PRESET” indicator is lit, press the

TUNE

MODE

button to change the manual tuning mode.

To select the station you want to preset, press the

4

or

¢ button on the remote control unit.

To set the station, press the

;

/MEMORY

button briefly.

While the “PROG.” indicator blinks, select a preset channel to store the station using the

4 or

¢ buttons or

numeric

buttons.

• If no buttons are pressed for 5 seconds, the display returns to Tuning mode.

To store the preset channel, press the

;

/

MEMORY

button.

• The frequency of the radio station is stored in the preset channel memory.

Repeat step

3

and

7

for store more stations.

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DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7 8 9

SURROUND

SELECTING PRESET CHANNEL

DISPLAY

0

VOLUME

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

STANDBY/ON SLEEP

DVD

VCR

TUNER

DSS

TV TV POWER

A/D TV-INPUT

1

4

2

5

3

6

TV-VOL

7

SURROUND

CLEARING PRESET CHANNEL

DISPLAY

8

0

VOLUME

9

DIMMER TV-CH

MUTE

1

4

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

2

4

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

1

4

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

2

4

5

REPEAT

1/ALL

3

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

To select Tuner, press the

TUNER

button on the

BAND TUNE MODE

2.

RDS FM MODE MEMORY listen, press the

2

/BAND

button on the

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B CLR

3.

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE

Tuning mode and Preset mode), press the

TUNE MODE

button on the remote control unit.

4.

indicator appears on the front display.

Press the

4

or

¢

button to select preset channel.

• You can select a preset channel directly by pressing a

Numeric

buttons.

• If there is no the stored station, unit can not enter the Preset mode.

1.

2.

3.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

To select Tuner, press the

TUNER

button on the

BAND TUNE MODE

To select the band (FM or AM), press the

2

/

BAND

button on the remote control unit.

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

To change the Preset mode (Tune modes are

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE

TUNE MODE

button on the remote control unit.

• When unit is in the Preset mode, “PRESET”

4.

5.

Press the

4

or

¢

button to select the preset channel you want to clear.

• You can select a preset channel directly by pressing a

Numeric

button.

Press

T.CLR

button.

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DVD TUNER TV TV POWER

1

NIGHT MODE

DVD

4

2 3

TV-VOL

5 6

The Night Mode is effective the

Dolby Digital

only when the signal is entered through the DVD, VCR,

0

TV-CH

DSS digital input jack and it compresses the

MUTE dynamic range.

DISPLAY

REPEAT

1/ALL

1

1.

Press

NIGHT

button on the remote control unit while in play or stop mode.

• Each time

NIGHT

button is pressed, the night mode is changed as follows :

NIGHT OFF

NIGHT STD

NIGHT MAX

OFF :

Audio with uncompressed dynamic range.

Select this when you don't want to use the night mode.

STD :

Audio with partially compressed dynamic range.

MAX :

Audio with fully compressed dynamic range.

USING THE DIMMER FUNCTION USING THE SLEEP TIMER

Volume

1

ANALOG/DIGITAL (VCR / DSS mode only)

Selecting Analog audio input or Digital audio input.

If you have already connected both digital and analog inputs to input source, you can select temporarily the audio input mode for each input source with

A/D

button.

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

1

1

11

44

77

22

55

88

00

33

66

99

1.

ENTER

RETURN

Press the

DIMMER

button on the remote control unit repeatedly to select "DIMM ON"

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY and "DIMM OFF".

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

• When you select "DIMM ON", the display is

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR dimmed.

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT

RC2500ER

ENTER

RETURN amount of time.

1.

TUNE PRESET BAND TUNE MODE

Press the

SLEEP

button on the remote control

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY unit repeatedly until desired time appears on

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM the display.

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR

• The sleep time can be changed by 10

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE NIGHT minutes step.

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

110

120

OFF (original display)

10

POWER

ON/STANDBY

OPEN/CLOSE

• When you set the sleep timer, the dimmer function is turned on automatically.

• If you want to check the remaining time, press the

SLEEP

button once. The remaining time will be displayed for 4 seconds, and return to the normal display.

LISTENING THROUGH HEADPHONES

RC2500ER This jack may be used to listen to the unit’s output through a pair of headphones. Be certain that the headphones have a standard 1/4" stereo phono plug. (Note that the speakers will automatically be turned off when the headphone jack is in use.) off.

1.

ENTER

RETURN MENU

When

A/D

button is pressed, the input mode is

BAND

NTSC/PAL T.TONE

SPK SET TONE

TUNE MODE

• In Digital mode, the digital input jacks are

T.CLR

RDS FM MODE MEMORY selected.

S.TITLE

AUDIO ANGLE ZOOM

• In Analog mode, the analog input jacks are

PRG

REPEAT

1/ALL A-B RANDOM CLR selected.

NIGHT

STANDBY

ER2500

Notes:

• When using headphones, the surround mode will change to STEREO mode compulsorily.

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DVD SETUP MENU

OPERATION

DVD

You can set up settings for the unit and for TV monitor by your preference form.

The SETUP MENU that appears on the TV can be shown in any of the languages available under OSD

LANGUAGE (English, French, Spanish). English is used in this explanation.

Note:

The DVD setup menu is displayed in DVD mode and stop mode.

CONTENTS OF SETUP MENU

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

OSD LANGUAGE

You can select the language for OSD (On Screen

Display). This setting allows you select a preferred language for the DVD SETUP menu operating messages and sound track language. The default language is “ENGLISH”.

Note:

In case of resume playing the language setting what you selected before will be appear.

1.

To select DVD mode, press the the remote control unit.

DVD

button on

2.

3.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “OSD LANGUAGE”.

SUB-TITLE

To set the subtitle language to display. The default setting is “OFF”.

1.

To select DVD mode, press the the remote control unit.

DVD

button on

2.

3.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “SUB-TITLE”.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

4.

5.

Press

ENTER

button repeatedly, select your preferred language.

• You can select from OFF, English, French,

Spanish, German, Italian and Dutch.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

4.

5.

Press

ENTER

button repeatedly, select your preferred language.

• You can select from English, French,

Spanish.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

OSD LANGUAGE (

p35)

: To set the language for setup menu.

(English, French, Spanish)

SUB-TITLE (

p35)

: To set the subtitle language when playing the

DVD. (OFF, English, French, Spanish,

German, Italian, Dutch)

TV DISPLAY (

p35)

: To set the aspect ratio of the picture to fit into your TV. (4:3 LB, 4:3 PS, 16:9/WIDE)

TV TYPE (

p36)

: To set the TV format. (MULTI, NTSC, PAL)

PARENTAL RATING (

p36)

: To set the level for parental lock.

(UNLOCK, LEVEL1-8)

PASSWORD (

p37)

: To set password for parental lock.

TV DISPLAY

This menu is to set picture aspect ratio to fit into your TV. The default setting is “4:3 LB”.

1.

To select DVD mode, press the the remote control unit.

DVD

button on

2.

3.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “TV DISPLAY”.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

4.

Press

ENTER

button repeatedly, select the aspect ratio of your TV.

• You can select from 4:3 LB, 4:3 PS and

16:9/WIDE.

4:3 LB(Letter Box): Displays wide picture on aspect 4:3 TV in Letter

Box format.

4:3 PS(Pan-Scan): Displays wide picture on aspect 4:3 TV in Pan &

16:9/WIDE:

Scan format.

Set here when your TV has wide screen.

Note:

When setting the aspect ratio, see the following section

“How it is displayed”

.

5.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

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How it is displayed

• When your TV is 4:3 screen.

Picture in 16:9 aspect ratio

Player’s setting How it looks

4:3 Letter Box

Black bars appear on top and bottom of the screen.

Picture is displayed in right aspect ratio.

4:3 Pan & Scan

Both sides of picture are cropped but picture is displayed in right aspect ratio.

16:9 Wide

Picture is squeezed horizontally and is not d i s p l a y e d i n r i g h t aspect ratio. Change the setting to 4:3 Letter

Box or 4:3 Pan & Scan.

Picture in 4:3 aspect ratio

Player’s setting How it looks

One of 4:3 Letter Box,

4:3 Pan & Scan or 16:9

Wide

Picture is displayed in right aspect ratio in any setting.

• When your TV is 16:9 screen.

Picture in 16:9 aspect ratio

Player’s setting How it looks

16:9 Wide

Picture is displayed in right aspect ratio.

Picture in 4:3 aspect ratio

Player’s setting How it looks

16:9 Wide

Black bars appear on both side of picture but picture is displayed in right aspect ratio.

16:9 Wide

If picture is displayed vertically squeezed like shown at right, check settings of your TV and set it to normal. See the instruction manual of your TV for details.

Note:

Some disc will not allow you to change the aspect ratio.

TV TYPE

Set up picture format according to type supported by your TV or monitor.

If your TV is MULTI or PAL, press the

NTSC/PAL

button repeatedly until “MULTI” or “PAL” appears on the TV screen.

The default setting of ER2500U is “NTSC”.

The default setting of ER2500S is “PAL”.

1.

2.

3.

To select DVD mode, press the

DVD

button on the remote control unit.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “TV TYPE”.

PARENTAL RATING

If a disc has parental lock level, the disc is played with restriction based on parental lock level and disc contents. You can set the player not to play what you do not want to show to children. To play restricted disc contents, you need to enter password. This section explains how to set parental lock level. The default setting is “UNLOCK”.

1.

2.

To select DVD mode, press the

DVD

button on the remote control unit.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

3.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “PARENTAL

RATING”.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

4.

5.

Press

ENTER

button repeatedly, select the picture format.

• You can select from MULTI, NTSC and PAL.

MULTI: Select MULTI when a MULTI TV is connected.

NTSC:

PAL:

Select NTSC When a NTSC TV is connected.

Select PAL when a PAL TV (European standard) is connected.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

4.

Press

ENTER

button, the password input screen is displayed on TV.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

- - - -

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

UNLOCK

CHANGE

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5.

6.

7.

With

numeric

buttons, enter your password.

• After you entered the password, the password input screen disappears and then the setup menu appears again.

• The default password is “0000”.

Press

ENTER

button repeatedly, select parental lock level.

• You can select from UNLOCK, 1 - 8.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

PASSWORD

You need to enter password to play discs under parental lock or to change parental lock level, to change password. This is to set the password.

1.

To select DVD mode, press the

DVD

button on the remote control unit.

2.

3.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

Cursor

buttons, select “PASSWORD”.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

MULTI

UNLOCK

CHANGE

5.

6.

With

numeric

buttons, enter your old password.

• The default password is “0000”. When setting the password first time, enter “0000” for the old password.

With

numeric

buttons, enter your new password.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

ENGLISH

OFF

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

NEW PASSWORD

MULTI

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

4:3 LB

- - - -

UNLOCK

CHANGE

7.

With

numeric

buttons, enter to confirm your new password.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

- - - -

ENGLISH

OFF

4:3 LB

UNLOCK

CHANGE

PROGRESSIVE SCAN VIDEO OUTPUT

Notes:

• Regardless of the setting, the VIDEO jack is active Progressive scan off mode.

• If your TV is compatible with progressive scan, connect the TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO

OUTPUT jack.

Press the

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

Press the

DISPLAY

button. “PROGRESSIVE

SCAN ON MODE” will be display under the menu.

If you don't want to change progressive scan mode, Press

DISPLAY

button again.

• When your TV or monitor isn't compatible with progressive scan, never set the progressive scan mode to ON. No picture will be shown on the monitor.

In case you set the progressive scan mode to

“ON” by mistake, press the

DVD-SETUP

button again.

DVD SETUP MENU will display on TV.

And press the

DISPLAY

button to turn OFF the progressive scan mode.

• If you play the DVD disc with NTSC to PAL or

PAL to NTSC video conversion and Progressive

Scan On mode, a part of Subtitles may not be able to be displayed depending on recording condition. In this case, we recommend set to use

Progressive Scan Off mode.

DEFAULT SETUP (DVD SETUP MENU ONLY)

If this default setup is set, all the settings made in the

DVD setup menu are reset to the factory defaults.

1.

To select DVD mode, press the the remote control unit.

DVD

button on

2.

3.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to display the setup menu in stop mode.

With

numeric

buttons, enter “2580”.

4.

5.

After you entered “2580”, the message

“FACTORY RESET” appears on the setup menu.

• If you don't want to reset the settings, press the

DVD-SETUP

button.

Press

ENTER

button, reset to the default.

• All the settings are reset.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to quit the setup menu.

Notes:

• If you have forgotten the password, perform this default setup to all the settings.

4.

Press

ENTER

button, the password change screen is displayed on TV.

DVD SETUP MENU

OSD LANGUAGE

SUB-TITLE

ENGLISH

OFF

TV DISPLAY

TV TYPE

OLD PASSWORD

MULTI

PARENTAL RATING

PASSWORD

4:3 LB

- - - -

UNLOCK

CHANGE

• After you entered the new password, the password input screen disappears and then the setup menu appears again.

8.

Press

DVD-SETUP

button to confirm it and to exit from the setup menu.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

If you believe that a malfunction has occurred, first check the points listed below. The problem may have been caused by a simple operational error or a connection problem. If the problem is not solved even after carrying out the following checks, consult your dealer or nearest Marantz sales office or service center.

The image is distorted or monochromatic.

• The color system selected does not match your

TV.

• Select the aspect ratio to match your TV.

The aspect ratio of the screen cannot be changed.

• The aspect ratio might be fixed by the disc.

• Depending on the TV, you may not be able to change the aspect ratio.

No power.

• Check the connection to the AC wall outlet completely.

Playback does not start.

• Reload the disc with the label side UP.

• The disc may get dirty or scratched.

• Do not play warped discs.

There is no sound or only a very low-level sound is heard.

• Check that the speakers and components are connected securely.

• Check the operation of the connected component.

• Check the audio output setting.

• The sound is muted during pause, slow play, fast forward/reverse, and step play. Press the

2

(PLAY) button to resume normal playback.

PROHIBIT icon appears on the screen.

• The operation is not permitted by the disc or the unit.

• Note that during playback of a title part (cautions, software maker's logo, etc.), most operations are prohibited by the disc.

• If another operation is still in process, wait a moment and try again.

Severe hum or noise is heard.

• Check that the speakers and components are connected securely.

• Make sure the line cords and speaker cables are as far away from the AC supply as possible.

Picture playback stops and operation buttons do not work.

• Turn the unit off and back on again and restart the playback.

No picture.

• Turn on the TV.

• Check that the system is connected properly.

• Make sure you have selected the proper video input on the TV so that you can view the pictures from the this unit.

• When your TV isn't compatible with Progressive scan, never set the progressive mode on.

(

p37)

• Check the aspect ratio setting.

Remote control doesn't work.

• When the function is selected by the main unit and remote control unit differs, remote control doesn't work. Press the

FUNCTION

buttons of the remote control unit to select correct function.

(Even when the

FUNCTION

buttons are pressed without IR sensor at the main unit, the function of the remote control unit will be changed.)

• If the batteries in remote control unit are dead, change the batteries.

• Use remote control unit within the range (5m /

15ft) and IR sensor at the front panel.

• Clear obstacles between the remote control unit and the main unit.

• If a strong light is near the unit, turn it off.

Picture noise.

• If video from this system has to go through your

VCR to get to your TV, the copy-protection applied to some DVD programs could affect picture quality. Please connect the unit directly to your TV.

Cannot play.

• Load a disc with the playback side facing down.

If the disc is dirty, clean the surface of the disc.

• A blank disc has been loaded. Load a prerecorded disc.

• Check the region code of the DVD.

Sound skips.

• Place the unit on a stable place to avoid vibration and shock.

• If the disc is dirty, clean the surface of the disc.

• Don't use scratched, damaged or warped discs.

Can not receive FM/AM radio broadcast.

• Connect the antenna correctly.

• Change the antenna location.

• For FM radio, stereo receiving can cause a bit more noise than monaural receiving. Change the receiving mode to monaural.

• Noise on AM radio may be caused by another equipment. Move the equipment far from the tuner or loop antenna.

• Multi-path distortion (radio signal is received through multiple paths because of reflection by buildings or so) may cause noise. Change the location of the antenna or the unit.

MAINTENANCE

Clean this unit with a soft, slightly dampened lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a corrosive effect.

Do not expose the unit, batteries or discs to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight).

If the this unit cannot read discs correctly use a commonly available cleaning disc to clean the lens before taking the unit to be repaired. Other cleaning methods may destroy the lens. Always keep the tray closed to avoid dust on the lens.

The lenses may cloud over when this unit is suddenly moved from cold to warm surroundings. It is not possible to play a disc then. Leave the unit in a warm environment until the moisture evaporates.

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SETUP CODES

TV

ADMIRAL ........................ 050, 134, 189, 199

AIKO ........................................................ 172

AKAI ................................ 093, 001, 123, 163

ALARON ................................................. 184

ALBA ....................................................... 068

ALBIRAL ................................................. 116

ALCATEL ................................................ 022

AMBASSADOR ....................................... 182

AMERICA ACTION ................................. 185

AMSTRAD ............................................... 021

AMPRO ................................................... 107

ANAM .............................. 185, 156, 157, 158

AOC ................................................ 161, 163

ARC EN CIEL .......... 028, 039, 043, 145, 081

ARISTONA ..................... 099, 001, 050, 019,

142, 149, 078

ARTHUR MARTIN ......... 053, 139, 117, 120,

122, 123, 125, 128

ASA ......................... 050, 055, 057, 113, 134

ATLANTIC ....................................... 099, 111

AUDIOSONIC ......................................... 054

AUSIND ................................................... 053

AUDIOVOX ............ 099, 144, 055, 019, 057,

069, 188, 185, 172, 192

BAIRD ..................................................... 083

BASICLINE ............................................. 006

BAYSONIC .............................................. 185

BAUR ...................................................... 011

BELKOR .................................. 023, 001, 161

Bell&Howell ..................................... 177, 159

BLAUPUNKT ........... 094, 100, 102, 111, 114

BRANDT ......... 028, 039, 040, 043, 145, 081

Bradford .................................................. 185

BRION VEGA .......................................... 050

Brockwood .............................................. 161

Broksonic ........................................ 186, 189

BRUNS ............................................ 048, 050

BSR ......................................... 059, 110, 132

BUSH .............................. 033, 068, 124, 074

Candle ............................................. 163, 169

Carnivale ................................................. 163

Carver ..................................................... 168

Celebrity .................................................. 007

CENTURY ............... 098, 101, 050, 079, 136

CGE ................ 016, 101, 124, 079, 132, 136

CIHAN ..................................................... 065

Cineral ............................................. 188, 172

Citizen ..................... 170, 163, 169, 164, 172

CLARIVOX ...................................... 048, 116

Concerto .................................................. 169

CONDOR ........................................ 099, 111

CONTEC ......................................... 087, 185

CONTINENTAL EDITION ...... 028, 039, 040,

043, 145, 081

Craig ........................................................ 185

CROSLEY ....................... 101, 050, 109, 168

CROWN .................................. 147, 164, 185

CTC CLATRONIC ................................... 046

Curtis Mathes ......... 165, 168, 177, 166, 188,

199, 170, 163, 174, 169, 159,

164, 180, 190, 196, 198

CXC ......................................................... 185

DAEWOO ....................... 089, 188, 161, 164,

172, 192, 193

DAYTRON ............................................... 161

DECCA .................... 099, 060, 063, 115, 118

DEGRAAF ............................................... 036

DENON ................................................... 174

DIXI ................................................. 001, 090

DRYNATRON ......................................... 001

DUAL ............................................... 099, 141

DUAL-TEC .............................. 096, 099, 132

DUMONT ........ 046, 050, 057, 073, 160, 161

Dwin ........................................................ 194

ELBE ............................................... 016, 116

ELBIT ...................................................... 065

ELCIT ...... 046, 097, 103, 050, 109, 127, 132

Electroband ............................................. 007

ELMAN ............................................ 046, 132

ELTA ....................................................... 090

EMERSON ............. 098, 050, 192, 193, 182,

177, 186, 189, 185, 187,

183, 161, 184, 164

Envision ................................................... 163

ERRES ............................................ 001, 142

EUROPHON .................. 098, 046, 097, 099,

051, 115, 132

FERGUSON ................... 146, 040, 041, 150,

057, 061, 116, 149

FIDELITY ........................................ 099, 149

FINLUX .................. 034, 046, 053, 055, 057,

109, 113, 073, 074, 079

FISHER ... 015, 048, 050, 052, 109, 136, 177

FORGESTONE ....................................... 149

FORMENTI ............. 099, 053, 109, 111, 125

FORTRESS ............................................. 137

FRABA .................................................... 075

FRONTECH ............................................ 054

FUJITSU ................. 025, 184, 185, 184, 181

FUNAI ............................................. 054, 059

Futuretech ............................................... 185

GBC ................................................ 109, 132

GE .......................... 165, 166, 188, 199, 187,

183, 162, 173, 196, 198

GEC ................ 099, 060, 109, 115, 134, 088

GELOSO ................. 103, 109, 132, 134, 090

Gibralter .................................. 160, 163, 161

GOLDSTAR ................... 092, 003, 017, 099,

001, 075, 076, 077, 090,

161, 163, 169, 183

GOODMANS ................... 033, 001, 060, 077

GORENJE ....................................... 066, 136

GREATZ ................. 049, 058, 109, 122, 123,

128, 129, 130, 134

Gradiente ........................................ 167, 169

GRANADA ............. 033, 099, 001, 058, 060,

142, 115, 125, 134

GRUNDIG .............. 094, 100, 057, 058, 108,

112, 114, 082

Grunpy ............................................ 185, 184

Hallmark .................................................. 183

HANSEATIC ................... 033, 047, 099, 001,

109, 139, 111

HANTAREX ............................................. 097

Harley Davidson ...................................... 184

Harman/Kardon ....................................... 168

Havard ..................................................... 185

HEMMERMANN ...................................... 127

HIFIVOX .................. 028, 039, 043, 145, 081

HINARI ............................ 090, 033, 045, 143

HITACHI ......... 014, 033, 034, 036, 099, 145,

056, 109, 139, 110, 067, 117,

132, 134, 084, 091, 081,

088, 169, 174, 176

HYPER ............................................ 093, 099

IMPERIAL ....... 016, 101, 124, 079, 132, 133

Infinity ...................................................... 168

INKEL ...................................................... 152

INGELEN ....................... 049, 058, 109, 122,

128, 129, 130, 134

INNO HIT ....................... 093, 098, 097, 099,

143, 077, 090

INTERFUNK ................... 047, 001, 050, 145,

058, 109, 142, 123,

128, 129, 091

Inteq ........................................................ 160

IRRADIO ................. 093, 143, 053, 077, 090

ITT .......................... 049, 140, 058, 105, 109,

122, 123, 128, 148, 129,

130, 134, 135, 083, 089

JBL .......................................................... 168

JCB ......................................................... 007

JVC ......................................... 033, 167, 154

KAISUI .................................................... 006

KARCHER ............................................... 006

KEC ......................................................... 185

KENDO ................................................... 098

KENNEDY ............................... 144, 019, 109

Kenwood ......................................... 163, 161

KORTING ................................ 050, 059, 111

KRIESLER ..................... 099, 001, 050, 019,

142, 149, 078

KTV ................................. 099, 185, 163, 164

LENOIR ................................................... 099

LG ........................................................... 169

LOEWE OPTA ............... 008, 097, 047, 001,

050, 115, 072

LOGIK ..................................... 118, 149, 159

LUMA ...................................... 001, 120, 134

Luxman ................................................... 169

LUXOR ........................... 058, 139, 117, 120,

123, 129, 135, 083

LXI ........................... 165, 168, 177, 178, 183

MAGNADYNE ................ 046, 097, 103, 050,

109, 115, 127, 132

MAGNAFON ... 046, 097, 099, 051, 053, 115

Majestic ................................................... 159

Magnavox ................................ 168, 163, 184

Magatron ......................................... 183, 174

MARANTZ ............................... 001, 168, 163

MATSUI ... 090, 099, 106, 060, 118, 068, 134

Mitsushita ................................................ 107

McMICHAEL ........................................... 088

MEMOREX ..................... 090, 177, 107, 189,

175, 183, 169

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METZ .............................. 094, 050, 114, 133

MGA ................................ 175, 163, 183, 161

Midland .................... 165, 160, 166, 164, 173

MINERVA ................ 094, 100, 057, 058, 114

Minutz ...................................................... 162

MISTRAL ................................................. 149

MITSUBISHI ........... 033, 035, 047, 001, 050,

062, 118, 119, 148, 080,

138, 199, 175, 183, 161

MIVAR ............................. 097, 099, 115, 077

MTC ................................ 170, 163, 161, 169

MULTITECH .................... 046, 099, 115, 136

MURPHY ................................................. 134

MAONIS .................. 096, 144, 019, 110, 134

Motorola .................................................. 199

Multitech .................................................. 185

NAD ......................................... 178, 183, 180

NATIONAL .............................. 042, 104, 109

NEC ......................... 033, 085, 163, 161, 169

NECKERMANN ....... 099, 050, 139, 120, 136

NEI .......................................................... 001

NIKKAI .................................................... 060

Nikko ....................................... 163, 183, 172

NOBLEX .................................................. 015

NOBLIKO ................ 098, 046, 099, 053, 057

NOGAMATIC .......... 028, 039, 043, 145, 081

NOKIA .................... 049, 140, 058, 105, 109,

122, 123, 128, 148, 129,

130, 134, 135, 083, 089

NORDMENDE ................ 028, 032, 039, 043,

145, 131, 091, 081

NTC ......................................................... 172

OCEANIC ................................ 109, 064, 123

ONCEAS ................................................. 099

Onwa ....................................................... 185

Optimus ................................... 177, 107, 180

OPTONICA ............................. 137, 199, 179

ORION ........................... 090, 059, 118, 068,

127, 186, 189, 184

OSAKI ..................................................... 060

OSIO ....................................................... 077

OSUME ................................................... 087

OTTO VERSAND .... 033, 047, 001, 109, 139

P.T ACTTRON ........................................ 065

PAEL ............................................... 099, 053

PANASONIC .......... 030, 042, 095, 104, 107,

109, 121, 126, 166, 107

PATHE CINEMA ............. 099, 111, 116, 132

Penney ................... 165, 178, 166, 170, 163,

183, 162, 161, 169, 164, 173, 198

PERDIO .................................................. 060

PHILCO .................. 016, 030, 101, 050, 109,

124, 079, 132, 136, 161,

168, 189, 163, 174

PHILIPS ................. 009, 010, 013, 018, 024,

099, 001, 050, 019, 142,

148, 149, 078, 088, 168

PHOENIX ................ 099, 053, 109, 111, 125

PHONOLA ...................... 099, 001, 050, 019,

142, 149, 078

Pilot ......................................... 163, 161, 164

PIONEER ................ 020, 001, 145, 091, 180

Portland ................................... 161, 164, 172

PRANDONI-PRINCE ............. 098, 097, 053,

115, 134

PREMIER ................................................ 124

PRINCE ........................... 098, 097, 053, 134

Prism ....................................................... 166

Proscan ................................................... 165

PROTECH ....................................... 001, 054

Proton .............................................. 183, 190

Pulsar .............................................. 160, 161

PYE ................................ 099, 001, 050, 019,

142, 148, 149, 078

QUASAR ........................ 046, 097, 051, 053,

077, 166, 107, 179

QUELLE ......... 047, 099, 100, 001, 053, 055,

057, 058, 111, 112, 113, 114,

118, 123, 073, 074, 128

RADIOLA ....................... 099, 001, 050, 019,

142, 149, 078

RADIOMARELLI ............ 046, 097, 103, 050,

109, 062, 127, 132

Radio Shack ........... 165, 177, 179, 185, 163,

183, 161, 169, 164

RANK ...................................................... 074

RBM ........................................................ 074

RCA ........................ 165, 166, 199, 161, 171,

173, 195, 196, 197, 198

Realistic .......................... 177, 179, 185, 163,

183, 161, 169, 164

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REDIFFUSION ........................ 062, 123, 134

REX ......... 096, 144, 019, 141, 110, 069, 134

ROBOTRON ................................... 048, 050

RTF ................................................. 048, 050

Runco ...................................... 160, 163, 191

SABA ...................... 028, 031, 032, 037, 039,

040, 043, 097, 050, 145,

115, 120, 086, 091, 081

SAISHO ................... 090, 099, 118, 119, 068

SALORA ................. 053, 139, 117, 120, 122,

123, 125, 128, 135, 083

SAMBERS ....... 046, 097, 051, 053, 115, 077

SAMPO ................................... 121, 163, 164

SAMSUNG ............. 015, 026, 099, 054, 077,

136, 090, 170, 163,

183, 161, 169, 153

Samsux ................................................... 164

SANYO ................... 049, 002, 005, 033, 044,

048, 060, 113, 118,

071, 054, 136, 177

Sansei ..................................................... 188

Sansui ..................................................... 189

SBR ......................... 001, 142, 148, 149, 088

SCHAUB LORENZ ......... 049, 058, 109, 122,

123, 128, 129, 130, 134

Scimitsu ................................................... 161

SCHNEIDER .......... 096, 099, 001, 050, 052,

019, 141, 109, 142,

125, 149, 078, 132

Scotch ..................................................... 183

Scott ........................ 186, 185, 183, 161, 184

Sears .............................. 165, 168, 177, 178,

183, 184, 169, 181

SEG ......................................................... 046

SEI .......................................................... 059

Semivox .................................................. 185

Semp ....................................................... 178

SELECO ......................... 016, 096, 144, 019,

141, 110, 069, 134

SHARP ............ 033, 087, 137, 199, 179, 164

Shogun .................................................... 161

Signature ................................................. 159

SIAREM .................. 046, 097, 050, 109, 115

SICATEL ................................................. 116

SIEMENS ....................... 005, 094, 036, 100,

111, 114, 087

SIERA ..... 099, 001, 050, 019, 142, 149, 078

SILVER ................................................... 054

SINGER .......................... 016, 046, 050, 109

SINUDYNE .............. 127, 046, 050, 059, 109

SONOKO ........................................ 001, 090

SONY ...... 146, 007, 027, 033, 038, 118, 007

STERN ............ 096, 144, 019, 110, 069, 134

Soundesign ............................. 185, 183, 184

Squareview ............................................. 181

SSS ................................................. 185, 161

Starlite ..................................................... 185

Supreme .................................................. 007

Sylvania ........................................... 168, 163

Symphonic .............................................. 181

TANDBERG ............................................ 133

TANDY ............................ 099, 060, 137, 199

TASHIKO ........................................ 002, 033

TATUNG ......... 099, 060, 063, 065, 115, 118

TEC ......................................... 096, 099, 132

Technics .......................................... 166, 107

Technoi Ace ............................................ 184

Techwood ........................................ 166, 169

Teknika ................... 168, 185, 175, 170, 161,

184, 169, 159, 164, 172

TELEAVIA ...................... 028, 039, 040, 043,

145, 091, 081

TELEFUNKEN ............... 028, 041, 145, 150,

086, 091, 169

TELETECH ............................................. 090

TELEVIDEON ......... 099, 053, 109, 111, 125

TENSAI ................................................... 001

THOMSON ..................... 012, 028, 032, 039,

040, 043, 145, 091, 081

THORN-FERGUSON ............. 014, 040, 041,

054, 150, 057, 061,

116, 149, 086

TOCOM ................................................... 029

TOSHIBA ....................... 004, 016, 033, 070,

074, 177, 178, 170

Totevision ................................................ 164

TRANS CONTINENTS .... 098, 097, 053, 134

UHER ...................................... 052, 111, 125

ULTRA VOX .... 098, 046, 099, 050, 109, 120

UNIVERSUM ................... 092, 034, 054, 077

UNIVOX .................................................. 116

Vector Research ..................................... 163

VEGAVOX ............................................... 079

Victor ....................................................... 167

Vidikron ................................................... 168

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Vidtech ............................................ 183, 161

VOXSON ......................................... 050, 134

Wards ............................. 168, 179, 163, 183,

162, 161, 184, 169, 159

WATSON ................................................ 111

WATT RADIO .. 046, 099, 051, 109, 116, 127

WEGA ..................................................... 033

WHITE WESTINGHOUSE ..... 099, 111, 189,

192, 193

YOKO ...................................................... 099

Yamaha ........................................... 163, 161

ZANUSSI ......... 096, 144, 019, 110, 069, 134

Zenith .............................. 160, 189, 159, 172

ZOPPAS .................. 096, 144, 019, 110, 134

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

- ER2500 -

AMPLIFIER SECTION

Output power (6ohms, 1 kHz, THD 0.8%) ............................................................... 90 W/Ch

Output power (6ohms, 1 kHz, THD 5%) ................................................................ 100 W/Ch

Total Harmonic Distortion .............................................................................................. 0.1%

Signal-to-Noise Ratio .................................................................................................. 80 dB

GENERAL

Power Supply Rating

ER2500U ............................................................................................. AC 120 V / 50 Hz

ER2500S ............................................................................................. AC 230 V / 50 Hz

Power Consumption ................................................................................................... 155 W

Dimensions (W x H x D) .......................................................... 430 mm x 360 mm x 74 mm

Weight ........................................................................................................................ 5.5 kg

Operating temperature .............................................................. 5 ˚C ~ 35 ˚C (40 ˚F ~ 95 ˚F)

Operating humidity ............................................................................................... 5% ~ 90%

TUNER SECTION

FM

Tuning Range

ER2500U ............................................................... FM 87.5 ~ 108 MHz (100 kHz steps)

ER2500S ................................................................. FM 87.5 ~ 108 MHz (50 kHz steps)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio .................................................................................. FM Mono 70 dB

FM Stereo 70 dB

Total Harmonic Distortion ............................................................................. FM Mono 0.3%

FM Stereo 0.3%

Stereo Separation ............................................................................................. 1 kHz 40 dB

AM

Tuning Range

ER2500U ................................................................. AM 520 ~ 1720 kHz (10 kHz steps)

ER2500S ................................................................... AM 531 ~ 1629 kHz (9 kHz steps)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio .................................................................................................. 35 dB

Harmonic Distortion ..................................................................................... 30% Mod. 2.0%

DVD SECTION

Laser Type .................................................................................................... Semiconductor

Disc Diameter ..................................................................................................... 12cm / 8cm

Video Decoding ....................................................................................................... MPEG-2

Video DAC ..................................................................................................... 54MHz/10 Bits

Video Format .......................................................................................................... 4:3 / 16:9

Frequency Response .................................................................. 20 Hz - 20 kHz (44.1 kHz)

20 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz)

- SS2500 (Optional) -

FRONT (SS2500F), CENTER (SS2500C)

Type ................................................................................................. 2 way, Closed Cabinet

Tweeter ....................................................................... 19mm Dome, Magnetically Shielded

Woofer ............................................................................. 8 cm Corn, Magnetically Shielded

Impedance ................................................................................................................. 6 ohms

Frequency Range ........................................................................................ 100 Hz - 20 kHz

Dimensions (WxHxD) ........................................................................... 105 x 185 x 135 mm

Weight ......................................................................................................................... 1.2 kg

SURROUND L (SS2500SL), SURROUND R (SS2500SR)

Type .................................................. Surround / Phantom Surround Back, Closed Cabinet

Surround ............................................................................................ 8 cm Corn, Full Range

Impedance ........................................................................................................... 6 ohms

Frequency Range .................................................................................. 100 Hz - 20 kHz

Phantom Surround Back ................................................................... 5 cm Corn, Full Range

Impedance ......................................................................................................... 12 ohms

Frequency Range .................................................................................. 150 Hz - 20 kHz

Dimensions (WxHxD) ........................................................................... 105 x 185 x 135 mm

Weight ......................................................................................................................... 1.0 kg

SUBWOOFER (SS2500SW)

Type ............................................................................................ Passive, Bass- reflex type

Woofer ........................................................................... 20 cm, Corn Magnetically Shielded

Impedance ................................................................................................................. 6 ohms

Frequency Range .......................................................................................... 40 Hz - 150 Hz

Dimensions (WxHxD) ........................................................................... 246 x 360 x 360 mm

Weight ......................................................................................................................... 8.2 kg

Specifications subject to change without prior notice.

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