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CLD-DS04
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DIGITAL
AUDIO
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This product is not designed for professional
use. It cannot play CD-ROM or LD-ROM discs.
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Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know
how to operate your unit properly. After you have finished reading
the instructions,
keep them in a safe place for future reference.
In some countries or regions, the shape of the power plug and
power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings. However, the method of connecting and operating
the unit is the same.
WARNING
" TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
ATTENTION
: POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE
AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE DE COURANT
OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF Sl LES
LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARITIE A DECOUVERT.
[For U.S. and Canadian models]
The serial number for this equipment is located on the rear panel.
Please write this serial number on your enclosed warranty card
and keep it in a secure area. This is for your security
CAUTION:
[For Canadian model]
CAUTION
: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION
CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE
BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE
EXPOSURE.
This product satisfies FCC regulations when shielded cables
and connectors are used to connect the unit to other equipment. To prevent electromagnetic
interference with electric appliances such as radios and televisions, use shielded cables and
connectors for connections.
PlONEE
The Art of Entertainment
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT
The lightning hash with ar_uwhead, 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.
READ INSTRUCTIONS
- All the safety and operating
instructions
should be read before the appliance is
operated,
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
- The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
HEED WARNINGS
- All warnings on the appliance and
in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
- All operating and use instructions should be followed.
CLEANING - Unplug this video product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
A'FI'ACHMENTS
- Do not use attachments not recommended by the video product manufacturer
as they
may cause hazards.
WATER AND MOISTURE
- Do not use this video product near water - for example, near a bathtub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
ACCESSORIES
- Do not place this video product on
an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table.
The video product may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer,
or
sold with the video product. Any mounting of the
appliance should follow the manufacturer's
instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
CART - An appliance and cart combination
should be
moved with care Quick stops, excessive
force,
and
POLARIZATION
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- This video product
is equipped
with
DAMAGE REQUIRING
Unplug this video
a polarized
alternating
current 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 stilt fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
LIGHTNING
- For added protection for this video product receiver 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 video product
clue to light-
When
treme
in the
outlet
REPLACEMENT
PARTS - When replacement
parts
are required, be sure the service technician
has
used replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer
or having the same characteristics
as
the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in a fire, electric shock or other hazards.
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY - Never push objects
of any kind into this video 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
video product.
SERVICING
- Do not attempt to service this video
product yourself as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other
hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
SAFETY CHECK - Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this video product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that
the video product is in proper operating condition,
OUTDOOR ANTENNA
GROUNDING
- If an outside
antenna =s connected to the antenna terminal, be
sure the antenna system
is grounded
so as to
provide some protection
against voltage surges
and built-up static charges.
In the U.S.A, section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70, provides information
with respect
to proper grounding
of the mast
and supporting
structure, grounding
of the leadin wire to an antenna
discharge
unit, size of
grounding
conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection
to grounding
electrodes,
and requirements
for the grounding electrode.
See Fig. A,
NED ANTENNA
LEAD-IN
WIRE
DISCHARGE
UNIT
(NED SECTION
810 - 20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NED SECTION 810 - 21)
ANTENNA
FIG. A
wall
by following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the video product to its normal operation.
e. If the video product has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the video product exhibits a distinct
change in performance - this indicates a need for
service.
installing
an outside antenna system, excare should be taken to keep from touch-
GROUND
the
aged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the video product.
c. If the video product has been exposed to rain
or water.
d. If the video product does not operate normally
ing such power lines or circuits as contact with
them might be fatal.
OVERLOADING
- Do not overload wall outlets and
extension
cords as this can result in the risk of
fire or electric shock.
GROUND\
SERVICE
product from
and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is dam-
ning and power-line surges,
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.
your appliance dealer or local power company. For
video products intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
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. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the appliance.
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
literature accompanying
the appliance.
INSTRUCTIONS
VENTILATION
- Slots and openings in the cabinet are
provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the video product and to protect it
from
overheating. These openings must not be blocked
or covered. They should never be blocked by placing the video product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface, This video product should never be
placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This
video 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.
POWER SOURCES - This video 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
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The exclamation
pmnt within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
THE RISK OF ELEC I RID SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SAFETY
and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance
cart combination
to overturn.
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CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NATIONAL
ELECTRIC
CODE
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
ina 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 turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the
following
measures:
-
Reorient
or relocate
the receiving
antenna.
-
Increase the separation
between
-
Connect
the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit
-
Consult
the dealer or an experienced
the equipment
and receiver.
different
radio/TV technician
from that to which
the receiver
is connected.
for help.
Information to User
Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the user's right to operate the equipment.
CAUTION
• Use of controls
•
or adjustments
exposure.
The use optical instruments
or performance
of procedures
other than those specified
herein
may result in hazardous
radiation
with this product will increase eye hazard.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference
[For Canadian
Regulations
of themodel]
Canadian Department of Communications.
Th s reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that 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
I of ote
CATV
cableto entry
as system
practical. installer
We Want You Listening
IJSTENING
r
Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you've just purchased
is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now it's time to consider
how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers.
This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association's Consumer
Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by
playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and
clear without annoying blaring or distortion-and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing "comfort level" adapts
to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds "normal" can actually be
loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your
equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.
To establish a safe level:
• Start your volume control at a low setting.
• Slowly increase the sound untilyou can hear it comfortably and
clearly, and without distortion.
For A Lifetime
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun
and enjoyment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries
Association's Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included
for your protection.
Decibel
Level
30
40
50
60
70
80
Exaln_
Quiet library, soft whispers
Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic
Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office
Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine
Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant
Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock
at two feet.
THE FOLLOWING NOISES
CONSTANT
EXPOSURE
90
100
120
140
180
Information
CAN BE DANGEROUS
UNDER
Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower
Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill
Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap
Gunshot blast, jet plane
Rocket launching pad
courtesy
of the Deafness
Research
Foundation.
Once you have established a comfortable sound level:
• Set the dial and leave it there.
Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or
loss in the future. After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.
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PRECAUTIONS
If it becomes necessary to transport or ship this unit in the
future, be sure to first remove the disc (if loaded), and retract
the disc table to its closed position. Then turn the power off,
and, after the "OFF" display stops blinking on the display, disconnect the power cord.
INSTALLING
•
THE
CONDENSATION
PLAYER
Place the player on a stable platform next to the television and
stereo system to be used with the player.
Do not place heavy objects such as a television or TV monitor
on top of the player.
Do not place the player on top of your TV set or TV monitor.
Also, keep the player away from devices such as cassette decks
which are sensitive to magnetic fields.
•
•
DO
NOT
INSTALL
THE
PLAYER
IN THE
FOLLOWING
LOCATIONS
•
•
•
•
•
•
In
In
In
In
In
In
a place subject to direct sunlight.
humid or poorly ventilated places.
extremely hot or cold places.
a place subject to vibrations.
a dusty place.
a place subject to soot, steam or heat (in a kitchen, etc.)
AVOID
SOURCES
When FM or AM stations are being received, signal noise may be
generated if the player is turned on. Turn off the player when not
in use. Also, if there is signal noise when receiving radio stations
with an indoor antenna, adjust the position or direction of the
antenna.
OF HEAT
Do not put the player on sources of heat, such as an amplifier.
When installing with audio components
that generate heat, by
placing the player below such components
where there is adequate ventilation and not much dust. Avoid placing the player on
surfaces such as shaggy carpets, beds, and sofas which may block
ventilation under the player and cause damage.
Moisture will form in the operating section of the player if the
player is brought from cool surroundings into a warm room or
if the temperature
of the room rises suddenly. When this happens, player's performance will be impaired.
To prevent this, let the player stand in its new •urroundings
for about an hour before switching it on, or make sure that
the room temperature rises gradually.
Condensation may also form during the summer if the player is
exposed to the breeze from an air conditioner.
In such cases,
change the location of the player.
POWER-CORD
CAUTION
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by
tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands
are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Do not
place the unit, a piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or
pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other
cords. The power cords should be routed in such a way that they
are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause
a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in
a while. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER
authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement.
I CLEANING CARE I
CAUTION
Even when the player is in the pause mode, the disc-drive motor is
still revolving. Since leaving the player in this condition can shorten
the lifetime of the motor, do not leave the player in the pause
mode for long periods of time. Also, to prevent damage to the
screen, do not use the unit for long periods of time under conditions in which the screen display (monitor) is displaying characters
(for example, power-ON mode, CD PLAYER, PAUSE) With an LD
disc, if playback is paused for about 20 minutes, the player will
automatically enter stop mode.
STRIPE
PATTERNS
APPEARING
stripes appear while watching the TV, or whin watching
long periods of time, turn the player off.
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Abnormal functioning of this unit may be caused by static
electricity or other external interference. To restore normal
operation, unplug the AC power cord and then plug it in
again.
ON A TV PROGRAM
Stripe patterns may appear during a TV program if the player unit is
turned on, depending on the quality of reception of the TV station.
This is neither a malfunction
of the television nor the player. If
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Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning. For stubborn dirt, soak the cloth
in a weak detergent solution; wring well first and wipe. Use a dry
cloth to wipe it dry. Do not use any volatile agents such as benzine
or paint thinner, as they may damage the surface of the player.
the TV for
Only one disc can be loaded at any one time. Loading a LaserDisc, a Compact Disc, a 3-inch (8-cm) Compact Disc or a Compact Disc with Video on top of one another may result in a
breakdown, or in scratching of the di•cs. Please only load one
disc at a time.
This player is to be used exclu•ively
with the NTSC color
system. Plea•e use an NTSC LaserDisc only. PAL and SECAM
system discs cannot be used with this player.
CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS .........................................................................
ACCESSORIES ..........................................................................
TYPES OF DISCS WHICH CAN BE PLAYED
WITH THIS UNIT .......................................................................
GLOSSARY ...............................................................................
CONNECTIONS .........................................................................
NAMES OF PARTS
Front Panel .........................................................................
4
5
10
Display Window .................................................................
Remote Control Unit ..........................................................
BASIC OPERATION (PLAYBACK OF A DISC) ........................
MOVIE DISC ENTERTAINMENT .............................................
SINGING ALONG WITH KARAOKE ENTERTAINMENT ..........
10
11
12
13
14
6
7
8
APPLIED OPERATIONS ..........................................................
QUICK SCANNING OF DISC CONTENTS ...............................
RANDOM PLAYBACK (PLAYBACK IN ORDER SELECTED
BY THE PLAYER) ....................................................................
TO SEARCH FOR A DESIRED FRAME ...................................
PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK (PLAYING CHAPTER /
TRACKS BY CHANGING THEIR ORDER AS REQUIRED ........
REPEAT PLAYBACK ................................................................
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY ............................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING
.............................................................
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................
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18
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
ACCESSORIES
When unpacking the player, first check to make sure that all of the accessories listed below are supplied.
-•
•
•
Remote control unit
Size "AAA" (IEC R03)
dry cell batteries x 2
--
Video cord
Audio cord
(RCA plug *-" RCA plug)
Use to connect the player
to a IV etc,
(RCA plug x 2 *-_ RCA plug x 2)
Use to connect the player to a TV etc.
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•
•
Microphone
Operating instructions
Warranty card
INSERTING BATTERIES INTO THE REMOTE
CONTROL UNIT
[]
Open the battery compartment
cover on the back of the remote control unit. Press the knob and open the cover in the
direction of the arrow.
[]
Take out the two accessory size "AAA" (IEC R03) dry cell batteries, and insert them into the battery compartment
in accordance with the display (_), _) inside the compartment.
[]
Close the cover of the battery compartment.
In correct use of batteries may cause leakage or rupture,
Always be sure to follow these guidelines:
A. Always insert batteries into the battery compartment
correctly matching the positive _ and negative (_ polarities, as
shown by the display inside the compartment.
B. Never mix new and used batteries.
C, Batteries of the same size may have different voltages, depending on brand, Do not mix different
%
brands of batteries.
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TYPES OF DISCS WHICH CAN BE PLAYED WITH THIS UNIT
This unit is a CD/CDV/LD compatible laserdisc player.
• The marks shown in the following table are found on the label
or jacket of each disc.
This player is capable of playing the 7 types of discs listed
below without using an adapter.
To prevent a malfunction, do not use an 8-cm (3 in.) adapter (for
CD) or 20-cm (8 in.) adapter (for LD).
•
Types of playable
discs and their marks
Diameter/Playable
sides
Max. playback time
CD
CD
12 cm (5 in.)/
74minutes
_-)
How to hold a disc
CD, CDV
LD
Holding
hands
with
two
Hold by two opposite
edges of the disc,
Holding
with one
hand
Hold by hooking two
fingers
across the
center hole and edge.
single-side
DIGITAL
8 cm (3 in.)/
single-side
CDV
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Digital audio
Digital audio
+ Video
_,_
20 rain.
5 rain.
VSD
_
/
siNG,E'er'
12 cm (5 in.)/
DISC
single-side
Y
LASER DISC
/.$
Digital audio
+ Video
{_
"°
30 cm
112 in.)/ _.
double-side_
/
CAV
1 hour
CLV
2 hours
LD
@
CAV
28 rain.
CLV
40 rain.
CAV
14 rain.
CLV
20 min.
/
double-side
Never use a cracked or warped disc.
To avoid danger, never attempt to play a cracked or deformed disc
or a disc which has been mended using an adhesive agent, etc.
Also do not use an analog record spray or static prevention agent
for these will crack the laserdisc surface,
5 rain.
ZA SER D/SC
20cm(Sin.)//
_/
20 minutes
@(_
CDV
12cm (5 in.)/
single-side
CD VIDEO
VSD
VIDEO
Do not attach paper.
Do not touch the disc surfaces.
CD single
AUDIO
Care of disc
To maintain high video and audio quality, clean the disc if it gets
dirty by wiping the disc surface with a soft cloth. When wiping, be
sure to move the cloth in straight directions from the center of the
disc toward the outer edge. Do not wipe in a circular direction like
you do with analog records.
La_erV, s,un
LD single
CD
VIDEO
20cm(8in.)/
single-side
( @
)
Wipe along the radii.
a
•
There are some discs marked with the ,!'-_ mark instead of the
mark.
There are some discs without the _--_o L° mark.
•
Do not use an analog record cleaner,
prevention agent.
benzine, thinner or static
Storage
This is the united symbol mark of LASERDISC (LaserVision videodisc).
LaserDisc players and discs which bear this symbol and use the
same television system, are mutually compatible.
** A Digital Audio with Multi Audio Disc (CD VIDEO LD) and a CDV
(CD Video CDV) are referred to as CD Video discs. CD Videodiscs are recorded with subcodes, which are the non-audio recordings of TOC (Table of Contents) data such as track numbers, index numbers, etc. However, there are some discs without these marks.
After playback, be sure to take out the disc from the player, put
the disc in the jacket or case and store it vertically. To prevent the
discs from wraping, do not store jackets or cases at an angle or
stack them horizontally. Also do not store them in a place subject
to direct sunlight or under high temperature and humidity.
• if a LaserDisc is deformed, place it in the inner bag, put the bag
between two flat boards, place a weight of 4 to 5 kg (10 Ibs) on
the boards and leave them for about a day. This may sometimes reduce the warp or other deformation.
Heavy books (4 to 5 kg (10 Ibs))
_Flat
LaserDisc
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Flat board
board
bag
GLOSSARY
LD terms
CD video
system
Chapter number
Just like the numbers assigned to chapters of a book, the
LD disc is divided into several chapters and each of them is
assigned a chapter number. If the chapter numbers are
recorded on the disc, it is possible to perform operations
such as the chapter search which quickly searches the desired chapter.
• Some LD discs do not contain recorded chapter numbers.
The CD video system is the unified name given to "optical
video disc systems with digital audio".
The systems belonging to this category include;
• CDV disc (CD VIDEO, CDV)
• LD with subcode and digital audio
• CD/CDV compatible player
• CD/CDV/LD compatible player
CD Vl DEO
Frame number
A frame number is assigned to every frame in a CAV disc.
This makes possible operations such as the frame search
which searches desired images based on their frame numbers.
Time number
This refers to the elapsed playing time from the beginning
of the disc that is recorded on CLV discs as well as on CAV
discs with TOC*I. This allows operations such as the time
number search which searches desired images based on
their time numbers.
CDV/CD
LD (LaserDisc)
LaserDiscs include a standard play disc (CAV) and an extended play disc (CLV) depending on the signal recording
formats.
CAV
[Standard Play/CAV] or simply [Standard Play[ is indicated
on the jacket or label of the disc.
CLV
[Extended Play/CLV] or simply [Extended
on the jacket or label of the disc.
Play] is indicated
terms
Track number
The CDV or CD disc is divided into several tracks and each
of them is assigned a track number. With the CDV disc, the
track numbers are recorded across the audio and video
parts. This allows operations such as the track search which
quickly searches the desired track.
TOO ('1)
CD and CDV discs contain non-audio information called the
TOC (Table Of Contents) at the beginning of the disc. As
this name implies, the TOC contains information on the
number of tracks and their playing time just like the table of
contents of a book.
• Some LD discs are not provided with a TOC section.
• The LD with TOC and the CDV belong to the same
category of "optical video disc systems with digital audio".
LaserDisc with digital audio
This type of disc contains the recording of digital a audio
signal in addition to an analog audio signal. It allows you to
enjoy the high-quality video of an LD and digital sound at
the same time.
diGitaLor BOUND
didtal
RUIDIEI
Multi-audio disc with digital audio
This type of disc contains different
digital audio and analog audio.
disiL,',L
and
RL..Ir"_
i r-z
audio information
in
dioitalMULTIAUDIO
MULTI AUDIO or soueo
The digital and analog audio can be switched over to enjoy
different audio information.
CDV (Compact
Disc with Video)
• This CD contains the video part. Among the 25-minute
playing time of the CDV, 20 minutes contain a similar
digital audio to an ordinary CD (audio part) and the remaining 5 minutes contain the video plus digital audio
(video part).
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CONNECTIONS
Connection with a TV set equipped with Video/Audio
Connection
method
(Be sure to plug
the cords securely
inputs
deep into
the connectors.)
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack of the player to the video input jack of an A/V TV (or a TV monitor).
• If the TVset has an S VIDEO input jack, connect it using an S VIDEO cable which is available in audio/video stores.
For use of the S VIDEO cable, also read the operating instructions of the TV,
Connect
•
the AUDIO
OUT ]acks
of the player
to the audio
input ]acks
of the A/V
TV.
If the audio of your TVis monaura!, connect the AUDIO (monaural) output jack of the player to the audio input jack of the TV.
Finally plug the power cord into a household
• Also read the instruction manual of the TV.
power
outlet
(which
should
permanently
be supplied
with power).
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O
Check
the
positions
of the holes of the S _'_
•_
_._o_
VIDEO jack before
Provided Audio cord
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inserti°n"
S VIDEO p lu g
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Provided Video cord
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Commercially-available
AUDIO input jack (mono TV)
VIDEO input jack
AUDIO input jacks (AN TV)
Connection of an additional stereo amplifier
I
This connection scheme shows how to connect the audio output to a stereo amplifier while the video output is connected to a TV using one of
the schemes shown above. To reproduce the audio of a Compact Disc or an LaserDisc with improved quality, it is recommended to connect
the player to a stereo amplifier.
Connect
the AUDIO OUT
jacks
jacks.)
• Also read the operating instructions
to the
input
jacks
labeled
LD, CD or AUX,
etc. (Never
connect
to the
PHONO
input
of your stereo amplifier.
Plug into a wall
outlet after
completing all
connections,
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Commercially-available
Comme[c_a\l_/available
audio cord
mini-plug
_without
cord
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the
_
_3\a_/er
control
with a PIONEER component _
mark
ts
combined
of
PIONEER
w_th
a
products
component
carwing
capab\e
the
_
o_
mark
(optional AV surround amplifier, etc.), it is possible to control
the entire system.
Using a resistorless cord with mini-plugs (without load) on
both ends that is available in audio stores, connect the CONTROL IN jack of the player to the CONTROL OUT jack of the
Stereo amplifier
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Wher_
the
centralized
.'ONTROL OUT jack
(PIONEER stereo amp)
8
with
component.
• For the connection and operation methods, read the operating instructions of the component to be connected.
• Once the system remote control connection is made, the
remote control sencer of the player wilt not accept the
remote control. The remote control unit should be pointed
at the remote control sensor of the connected component.
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CONNECTIONS
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Connection with a TV set equipped only with an antenna terminal
Using the optional RF modulator (model JA-RF3L), connect the VHF ADAPTER terminal
of the player to the antenna terminal.
RF modulator
JA-RF3L (optional)
•
•
•
•
Set the channel settings of the RF modulator and
When the power of the player is switched on, the
Switch off the power of the player when watching
With this connection scheme, it is not possible to
For details,
read the Instruction
manual
-IV to the same channel.
LD/CDV/CD playback screen appears. The TV audio is in monaural.
the TV.
watch a broadcast TV program while playing an LD/CDV/CD.
of the JA-RF3L.
With some TV sets, stripe noise may be observed on the TV screen when an LD is played. In this case, move the antenna cable away from
I NOTE
: cord until the noise disappears.
the power
(_AC-3 RF OUT terminal :
This terminal is intended for use with Dolby AC-3 components (.1) planned for future release. With this terminal,
you will be able to connect an AC-3 RF input of amplifiers
and surround processors, and playback laser discs formatted with Dolby AC-3 1,2).
(* 1) }ndicated w_th ,DI_j_
IFor hardware_
(*2) Indicated with _
(For software)
• You cannot playback currently available laser discs,
laser disc players, AV amplifiers, etc., with this terminal.
• Do not connect this terminals to the audio input terminal of a normal stereo or AV amplifiers.
• ATTENUATOR
switch
Usually,
Set tO
to the OFF
position.
audio
is distorted
set
ON
this switch
when
the
during
karaoke
singing.
ATI'ENUATOR_
Lo,, o.j
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Usually OFF
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NAMES OF PARTS
OPEN/CLOSE
I
Front Panel
[_
/
indicates
the con-
the page where
trol is explained.
(li LD)
OPEN/CLOSE
-I1: STOP button @
I<_i_>i: Skip buttons
<<1,_1_: Fast forward/
button
(A CD)
LD disc table
button
@
@
reverse buttons
DISC SIDE A/B
CD disc table
button
I1: PAUSE button
@
I
-l_: PLAY button
BOTH _
I_
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indicator
L
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L_. Remote control sensor
DISPLAY OFF button
QUICK TURN button
ONE-TOUCH
@
_
button
MIC jack @
LAST
MIC VOL control
window
MEMORY
button
ECHO control
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KARAOKE
i
Displays the remaining play
time.
Displays the channel(s) with
I I+oouu,s
Displays the total playing time of one played side.-Displays the chapter
track number.
number
or
Light when ONE-TOUCH
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REMAIN
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":2..:
L,ght when a microphone
into the
plug is inserted
-- MICjack.
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Displays the frame number or elapsed time.
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::ii'i_i::: Disc table open/close
•
Displays the functions being operated
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etc
Disc table being opened
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I--I
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t--
Disc
table being closed
Start of playback
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Highlight Scan
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Random
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Random playback
LaserDisc
(1 -track)
T-I
Compact Disc
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Programmed playback
1-chapter
playback
Switching power OFF
--
T'I
playback
10
-II--
repeat
L. J,J
I--
i'-_1 i"
iTI
;
i_'{I tt I
repeat playback
Program repeat playback
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repeat playbacF
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Intro Scan
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1--1 T
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Doubleside
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Compact Disc with Video
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repeat
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T"i
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I_IU
L, I -,,_
Disc not present
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NAMES
OF PARTS
Remote Control Unit
PlONE
POWER button
DISPLAY button _
_._
@
....
--
AUDIO D/A(Digital/
Analog) button
Numeric buttons_
button
HILITE/INTRO
button
-_IR
-OPEN/CLOSE
O_IN
/€4,.€_1====
I
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_--
CLEAR
•
Fq [-q []
F-q
r-q
buttons _--
-_--STEP
IICAN
IIL&y
button
CHP/TM
PGM
[]1-
(Chapter/Time)
__
(Program)
buttons
button_-o_
_P_J
IIP.J_N
m: STOP button
SKIP buttons
LAST MEMORY
@
Press to cancel repeat mode, program
mode or random playback or to correct a
mistake made with the numeric buttons.
button
MULTI-SPEED
button
L_
F-I [TI
_.
[_
RANDOM
L
I_: PLAY button
button
@
I1: PAUSE button
SCAN
_:
SCAN(Fast
forward)
button
<_1: SCAN(Fast
SCAN control
reverse)
button
--DISC
•
SIDE A/B buttons
With some of the PIONEER preset remote control units, the II/A button in the LD control section cannot be used to open/close the disc table.
f
Operation of the remote control unit
Point the remote control unit toward the remote control sensor
on the front panel. The distance between the player and remote control unit should be less than 7 meters (23 feet) and
the operating angle should be within 30 degrees to the left and
right with respect to the remote control sensor.
To prevent a malfunction,
avoid the entry of strong light,
such as direct sunlight and fluorescent light, into the remote
control sensor.
If the CONTROL IN jack on the rear panel is connected to
another component,
point the remote control unit at the
remote control sensor of that component. It is not possible
to operate the player if the remote control unit is pointed at
the player. (Refer to page 8.)
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I BASIC OPERATION (PLAYBACK OF A DISC)
•
For the connections,
Disc placing position
refer to pages 8 and 9.
3
2
4
i ....oL
The CD/CDV or single-sided
LD should be placed with the label
side facing up and the double-sided LD should be placed so that
the label of the side to be played faces up. Place any disc correctly
along the guide groove provided for each size.
1 ......__
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o
1
LD disc table :
(_
CD single: 8 cm (3 in.)
CD, CDV, video single: 12 cm (5 in,)
i
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LD, LD single: 20 cm (8 in.)
'1J
LD: 30 cm (12 in,)
1
CD disc table :
The buttons with the same name on the front panel and remote
control unit have the same functions.
• The STANDBY indicator is lit while the power is OFF.
le: 8 cm (3 in.)
CD, CDV, video single:
1. Press POWER.
Set the TV to the function
connected.
(input) to which
POWER
12 cm (5 in.)
the player is
POWER
r- Caution in placing a disc
Front Panel
disc table, for this will make proper playback impossible and
Be careful not to deviate a disc from the guide groove on the
could cause a malfunction such as disc damage.
l
2. Press appropriate
disc table.
OPEN/CLOSE to open the
For safety!
1
Be careful not to catch your finger in the disc table when it
draws in. Also take care to prevent a small child from opening
the disc table cover and inserting their hand inside the player to
prevent injury.
• Do not place an object other than a disc on the disc table.
•
To play a CD
To play an LD
OPEN
Convenient feature (Auto power-ON function)
/CLOSE
t-r-1
Front Panel
•
•
When the power is OFF, pressing OPEN/CLOSE turns on the
power automatically and opens the disc table.
When you have turned the power OFF with a disc left inside
the player, simply press I_ on the front panel; the power turns
ON automatically and playback of the disc starts.
The above features cannot be operated with the remote control
unit.
Front Panel
After using a CD, the CD tray opens when you press OPEN/
CLOSE on the remote control unit. To playback an LD, use
OPEN/CLOSE on the front panel.
•
•
3. Place a disc on the disc table.
To place an LD
•
Playback by specifying side A or B
To place a CD
In this description, side A refers to the surface facing up when the
disc is placed on the disc table, and side B refers to the other side.
Note that they are not always the same as disc sides A and B as
recorded on the disc,
It is recommended
to place • disc so that the side labeled
"SIDE A" faces upward.
To play side A only; When the disc with the side labeled "SIDE
A" is facing up, press DISC SIDE A without pressing I_ The
player will stop after having played side A. To play side B only;
Press DiSC SIDE B without pressing I_ . The player will stop after
having played side B.
If the disc has been placed with the labeled "SIDE B" facing up,
DiSC SiDE A plays side B and DISC SiDE B plays side A.
Place only one disc, LD or CD, at a time.
4. Press _-.
•
Playback of the CDV starts with the video part.
STOP
Display
•
B
Operations
marked
control unit.
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with
[ _ ] are made
from
the
remote
when
the disc side is switched
Turning from side A
to side B
'
•
Turning from side. B to
side A
A
7
The on-screen display can be defeated to enhance the ambience
of movie entertainment.
The quick-turn function to reduces the
time required before starting playback and disc turning.
To stop playback and take out the disc
1. Press OPEN/CLOSE.
[ To turn off the display
]
With CD
With LD
Press
DISPLAY
OFF.
DISPLAY
OFF
OPEN
O
E3D
/CLOSE
Front Panel
The display window as well as the on-screen display turns off.
However, when a button on the player or remote control unit is
pressed, the operation mode is displayed for about 1.5 second.
The TV screen color while the disc is turned or stopped changes from a blue background to black a background.
With CD
•
NOTE
3. Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc table.
:
1
When D/SPLAY OFF is pressed, the display window turns off
even while the power is ON. The display OFF state is held in
memory even after the power is switched off so the display
window is off when the power is switched on later. To tum on
|
|
|
|
the display window, press DISPLAY OFF again.
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With CD
With LD
To reduce the playback start time and turn
time (QUICK-TURN)
OPEN
_
Front Panel
lights.
Front Panel
•
2. Take out the disc.
With LD
The indicator
/CLOSE
rrl
Front Panel
The indicator lights when the quick-turn function is on.
QUICK
TURN
O
STOP
^
STOP
PAUSE
Press QUICK TURN to turn this function off.
When the quick-turn is on, the TOC recorded on the disc is not
read so the time required before starting playback or turning
the disc can be reduced.
As a result, even when the LD being played contains TOC
information, the random playback, total time display, remaining time display and the elapsed time display of CAV (standard play) disc with not function.
PAUSE
To stop playback (m)
Press ii.
NOTES
•
To pause playback temporarily (It)
Press
II. The audio and video
disappear
and the II indica-
•
tor lights on the display. Pressing II again resumes playback from the position where it was paused.
• A still image is displayed
during pause with a CAV or
•
an LD disc.
•
Leaving the player in pause mode for a long period of
time may shorten the life of the motor. Therefore,
the
player
automatically
mode
has lasted for about
enters
stop
mode
20 minutes.
when
(Pause
:
When the AC cord is plugged into a power outlet and the
power
of the player
is switched on, the quick-turn
is automatically turned on and the indicator lights.
The quick-turn is turned off automaticafly when a CD is inside the player. If an LD is placed in it, the previous state is
recalled from the memory and the quick-turn is turned on
again.
The quick-turn on or off state is held in memory even after
the power is switched
off so the same state is recalled
when the power is switched on later.
pause
timer)
13
<VRB1147>
SINGING
ALONG WITH KARAOKE ENTERTAINMENT
The karaoke audio varies as shown below according to the type of
disc.
3
CD,
2
Multiplexed
disc
-4
The volume of the singer's
cal) is reduced.
CDV
audio
Stereo audio disc
1. Insert the microphone plug into the MIC jack.
•
The KARAOKE indicator lights on the display.
voice (vo-
The karaoke music recorded in the L
(Left) channel is played. (This is monaural audio.)
When an ordinary stereo disc is played,
the singer's voice (vocal) is reduced.
LD
The karaoke music is played in stereo.
Digital multiplexed
(However,
if the analog audio is seaudio disc
"Digital audio:
"_ lected with AUDIO D/A, the effect becomes the same as the multiplexed
Stereo
audio disc described above.)
Analog audio :
==c3£=_.4__.._.-------_
2. Select music with the numeric buttons
remote control unit.
Multiplexed
on the
•
"To select No. 10 or beyond
Use the W10]and [] buttons
(Examples) 17: [_fOl, []
20: _0],
[_,
[]
NOTES :
• In case the audio is distorted,
•
3. Adjust the microphone volume with the MIC
VOL control. Also adjust the listening level of
the
TV
set.
•
a
MIC VOL
•
4. Adjust the echo with the ECHO control.
Now start singing!
When the selected music has been played, the player enters pause mode. To continue karaoke singing, select another song with the numeric buttons.
___: To mute the voices of the singer(s) from a disc :
Press ONE TOUCH KARAOKE.
ONE
• The ONE TOUCH KARAOKE indicator will
TOUCH
light on the display.
KA(_E_,_,_
Stereo audio disc :
• The voice of the singer(s) is lare reduced so that you can
practice karaoke singing.
Multiplexed audio disc :
• Karaoke play starts.
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e
the rear panel to ON.
In case playback is started
pause after having played the
If you do not want the player
the front panel for more than
indicator turns off.
set ATTENUATOR
switch on
with _, the player does not
music.
to pause, press and hold • on
2 seconds until the KARAOKE
The pause after playback also occurs after programmed playback _P._
and random playback. _
If you do not
want the player the pause after programmed
or random
playback, press and hold l_ for more than 2 seconds during
programmed or random playback.
During the operation of the ONE TOUCH KARAOKE function, it is not possible to switch the L (Left) and R (Right)
channels with AUDIO D/A.
The voice(s) of the singer(s) may not be reduced with certain discs, even if you press ONE TOUCH KARAOKE.
APPLIED OPERATIONS
NOTES
•
•
•
•
•
0_= _
I
:
The last memory playback function is available only with
LDs. It is not available with CD and CDV discs.
If playback was last stopped in the middle of side B of a
double-sided disc, the last-memory playback starts from side
B.
When I_ is pressed to start playback after it has been stopped
with •, playback starts from the beginning of the disc.
Be sure to leave the disc inside the player. The last-memory
playback is not possible once the disc has been taken out of
the player.
Be sure to plug the AC power cord into a power outlet to
which power is supplied permanently.
udio switching
I
Every time AUDIO D/A is pressed during playback, the played
audio is switched. This makes it possible to;
• listen to the analog audio of a disc with digital audio;
• listen to only one of the two channels of a stereo disc;
• select the audio to be played from multiplexed audio disc.
To play anwas
LD last
fromstopped
the position where
playback
If • or POWER is pressed during playback, and playback has not
reached the middle of the disc, it is possible to restart playback
from the position where it was stopped.
When playback of an LD is stopped by pressing • or POWER, the
address where the playback is stopped is stored in memory and,
provided that the disc is left in the LD disc table, the stored address is held in memory even after the power is switched off.
When you switch the power on and press LAST MEMORY, playback starts from the position where it was last stopped.
LD with digital audio
It is possible to switch between the digital and analog audio and
between the L (Left) and R (Right) channels of stereo audio.
AUDIO
÷E 5
•
LAST
MEMORY
r
Digital audio
(stereo)
I_
Digital audio __ Digital audio __ Analog audio__J
R CH
L CH
R CH
-
Analog audio
(stereo)
-
directly
from
the position
where
_
r_AUDIO r
Stereo
audio _
L CH
_
_0,-
Disc without CX auto ON (OFF) switching
CX OFF
Position where playback
was stopped
slightly before
codes
it was
•
Position
7
In a case of a disc recorded with Dolby AC-3 signal, only
the left channel signal is heard in monaural mode when an
analog audio is selected.
LD with analog audio
• Disc containing CX auto ON (OFF) switching
To start playback
stopped:
Analog audio
L CH
AUDIO
r_
_
Press LAST MEMORY once. Playback starts from the position
slightly before the position where it was last stopped.
codes
CX ON
(stereo)
"_'-_
CXOFF4__.__
(RCH)
(stereo)
CXOFF
(LCH)
R CH
CX ON
--"
____._
(L CH)
CXON
(RCH)
4.._
_
and
To start playback after reviewing the plot from the begining
to the position where it was last stopped:
AUDIO
_
Start
/and fast
forward
/ are repeated'
_
.,_|
L_
1
Press LAST MEMORY consecutively twice. A short period of playback and fast forward operations are repeated from the beginning
of the disc until slightly before the position where playback was
last stopped, and normal playback starts from there. By pressing
LAST MEMORY again during the fast forward operation, playback
can be started directly from slightly before the position where it
was last stopped.
_
Stereo
audio
_
LCH
_P-
RCH
--7
_-__1
LD with E)._* mark
C)_ functions on the analog audio of LD.
With an LD carrying the C_,_4
mark, audio can be played with reduced noise using the CX noise reduction system.
Some of the discs carrying the E)_ mark do not contain the codes
for automatic ON/OFF switching of the CX system. With such
discs, turn CX ON by pressing AUDIO D/A on the remote control
unit.
• IC_,_4
is a trademark
ed specifications
of CBS. This player conforms
of CX.
to the extend15
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IAPPLIED
OPERATIONS
@
Scan (Manual Search) -- Search using fast
forward or fast reverse
SCAN
BD
STOP
Front Panel
SCAN
or
i
@
SCAN Control
Searching the beginning of a chapterltrack
STOP
Front Panel
SKIP
1/
To skip to the beginning of e chapter/track,
: Press to advance to the next chapter or track.
I<v< : Press to return to the beginning of the chapter or track being
played.
• Press repeatedly to move further to other chapters/tracks.
Specify the chapter number or track number.
Example: Playing an LD from the beginning of chapter No. 3
<Direct search>
Press numeric button "3".
To select chapter No. 10 or beyond:
Use the +10 and 0 buttons.
3o
<Normal search>
It is also possible to specify a chapter or track number
TM as shown below.
with CHP/
pLAY
CHP/TM
_
CHP/TM
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, IT],IT],
PLAY
30:
CHP/TM
I
Clear Scan
_
SCAN
SCAN
- p-IDrq
Press DISPLAY so that the on-screen display appears and press
=,_ or _
while the on-screen display is on. This allows fast
forwarding without image fluctuation, even with a CLV disc. The
image on the TV screen is interrupted,
but this is not a malfunction.
When a disc is scanned until the beginning:
Normal playback will start.
17 :@,J_]
(Examples) 17:
While rotating the SCAN control, playback advances or reverses at
high speed. There are three scan modes which can be selected
with rotational angles of the control.
Clear Scan mode : Slightly rotate the SCAN control. The image
may not fluctuate in this mode.
Low Scan mode : Further rotate the control. The scan speed
becomes about 10 times the normal playback speed.
High Scan mode : Fully rotate the control. The scan speed becomes about 30 times the normal playback speed.
P-I
Searching the desired scene directly
(Examples)
Press and hold I_ or <1<1during playback to start a slow scan of
the image. The scan speed increases to high speed if the button is
held depressed for more than 2 seconds after starting the scan.
However, the high speed scan does not function during playback
of a CDV (video part).
When a disc is scanned until the end:
With an LD, the player will pause at the end of disc.
With the video part of a CDV, the audio part will be searched.
During fast forward or fast reverse, the audio is:
Not heard. However, during playback of the digital audio of a disc
with digital audio, some audio may be heard during Clear Scan.
CHP/TM
1"-'3 , 1-'-1 , 13], F01,
To stop search in the middle:
Press CLEAR during search.
NOTES :
Note on CA V (standard play disc):
During scanning, noise may appear on the screen.
malfunction.
This is not a
NOTE:
Some discs do not contain the chapter numbers. Direct search and
normal search are not available with these discs,
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Note on CL V (extended
play disc):
•
The scan speed
is different
between
outer chapters
on the disc,
depending
on the positions
inner
chapters
and
they are recorded
APPLIED OPERATIONS
_
_r_
r_l_
r_ r_ r_ E_
Still image/frame
play
disc only)
Multi-speed playback by varying the playback speed and direction (CAV standard play
disc only)
advance (CAV standard
Freezing an image - Still image
Press either 411 or II1_ to display a still image,
MULTI-SPEED
For reverse
playback
r___
_
- __[_-]
--
For forward
playback
The first press of either MULTI SPEED 4 or I_ changes the playback speed to 1/8 the normal speed. Further pressing of the same
•
button chan£es the playback speed as shown below.
Display
Speed
A still image can also be displayed with II.
1/8
Displaying image frame by frame - Frame advance
While a still image is displayed, press either _111or II1_.
1/8 the normal speed
1/2
Half the normal speed
x2
Twice the normal speed
1/2
Half the normal speed
1/8
1/8 the normal speed
1/30
1/30 the normal speed
I NOTES :
Each press forwards
one frame.
Each press reverses
one frame.
I
STEP
__1
•
•
•
multi-speed
Press and hold for continuous
frame advance.
1
To determine of an LD is a CAV standard play disc or not,|
check its jacket for an indentification mark.
|
Press _ to return to normal playback.
|
The audio is not heard during still image, frame advance and]
playback.
J
With a CLV extended play disc:
Multi-speed playback, frame advance and still image playback are
not possible. If one of the MULTI SPEED (_1, I_) or (<11, II1_) is
pressed
during
pla,yback
o_ a CL_/
disc,
"CL_,/"
a\arm
;nc_lcat;or_
\s
displayed on the screen for a few seconds.
In case a still image appears automatically during playback:
Some discs contain special recorded signals called picture stop
codes. When playing such a disc, you can continue playback without displaying still images on the positions where picture stop
codes are recorded by pressing and holding I_ on the front panel
for more than 2 seconds to activate the picture stop cancel function. On-screen display "PSC ON" is displayed for a few seconds
when this function is activated. To cancel this function, press and
hold _ for more than 2 seconds until "PSC OFF" is disDlayed on
the screen for a few seconds.
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QUICK SCANNING
CONTENTS
rn[]
RANDOM PLAYBACK
PLAYBACK IN ORDER SELECTED BY THE PLAYER
oF DISC
[]i_
ITI ITI 1_3,1_
I-;-I ITI ITI r-_
--=,.% _ c_
0_
Random playback (CD, CDV and LD with
TOC only)
Intro Scan (Available on LD and CDV video
parts)
HILITE
_
HILITE
/INTRO
When the button is pressed during playback or in stop mode:
The first 8 seconds of every chapter will be played in order. When
I_ is pressed, normal playback starts from that position.
When the disc has been scanned until the last chapter, normal
playback starts from chapter No. 1.
Highlight Scan (Available on CD and CDV
audio parts)
HILITE
_
HILITE
/INTRO
_
/INTRO
r_'_
RANDOM
D%
Press RANDOM.
With an LD, first press QUICK TURN to turn the quick-turn off,
then press I_ and finally press RANDOM.
All chapters/tracks in the disc are played in a random order selected by the player. Random playback stops after all of the chapters/
tracks on the disc have been played.
During random playback:
• Pressing _
plays the next selected track.
• Pressing I<1< replays the track being played from the beginning.
• Pressing CLEAR cancels random playback and starts normal
playback.
• Pressing RANDOM again restarts random playback with a newly selected order of tracks.
To stop random playback:
Press u,
When the button is pressed in stop mode:
Highlight Scan starts, with which on 8-second section starting 1
minute after the beginning of every track, will be played in order.
When the button is pressed during playback:
Assuming that the time elapsed from the beginning of the track
being played until the position where the button is pressed is
called the Highlight Scan starting period, the on 8-second section
will be played after this starting period, on every track beginning
with track No.1.
NOTES
• With
video
• Intro
•
:
a CDV, the operation begins with Intro Scan of the
part and continues to Highlight Scan of the audio part.
Scan is not available with discs which do not contain
recorded chapter numbers.
When a track is shorter than I minute or than the set starting period, Highlight Scan of that track starts at the beginning and lasts for 8 seconds, tn case a track is shorter than 8
seconds, it will be played entirely from the beginning,
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NOTES
:
•
•
Chapter 0 is not included in random playback.
Random playback of programmed chapters/tracks
sible.
•
Random playback is notpossible
a
While the quick-turn is on, random playback
sible even with an LD containing
a TOC.
In
this
case.
stop
playback
is not pos-
with an LD without a TOC.
and
turn
off
function before starting random playback.
the
is not posquick-turn
I
TO SEARCH FOR A DESIRED FRAME
r
t_
c5_
[TI I-_ ITI I-_
Q
Q
This function is available on LDs only.
This function is available on LDs only.
With a CAV (standard play) disc, a desired image can be searched
by specifying the frame number (refer to page 7 for definitions).
With a CLV (extended play) disc, a desired image can be searched
by specifying the time number (refer to page 7 for definitions).
(Example)
To search the image at frame
1234:
1. Press CHP/TM during playback.
No.
To search
(Example)
1. Press CHP/TM
during
image
at 12 min,
34
playback.
%
CHPiTM
2. Press numeric buttons 1, 2, 3 and 4.
the
sec.:
CHP/TM
2. Press numeric buttons 1, 2, 3 and 4.
DDDD
3. Press •.
3. Press •.
__-
PLAY
The specified frame is searched and a still image is displayed.
• Press I,- again to restart normal playback.
PLAY
Playback restarts from the specified time number.
•
•
With a disc which does not contain time information in sec-_
onds, specify the time in mlhutes (2 digits).
|
If the time number or frame number specified is greater_
than the last number
end
of the
on the disc, the player pauses at the I
disc.
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PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK (PLAYING CHAPTER/TRACKS
CHANGING THEIR ORDER AS REQUIRED)
Desired chapters (LD) or tracks (CDV/CD) can be programmed to
be played in a desired order. Up to 24 chapters/tracks
can be
programmed at a time.
• Programming operation can be made easier by observing the
on-screen display or display window during operation.
3. Press _.
PLAY
Programmed
playback
grammed
track/chapter.
grammed
playback
starts
after searching
In the examples
starts from
[
2. Select the chapters
grammed.
a double-sided
or tracks
to be pro-
Programming
chapter
9 on side
chapter
B, chapter
7
18 on side B
Specify
I
Indication of programmed
<With
the
chapter
number.
_
D r-q-. D
a single-sided
Example
• Press
LD, CD or CDV>
' Programming
numeric buttons
CD tracks 9, 7, and then
9, 7, +10 then 8.
18
If you press a wrong numeric button :
Press CLEAR, then press correct numeric button(s).
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"11" appears on the TV screen
window.
To checkthe
a pause as the final step of the
pause
I
and "PA" appears
programmed
on the display
contents
I
When PGM is pressed during or after programmed playback, the
programmed contents can be displayed on the TV screen. Pressing PGM again turns off the display of the programmed contents.
[
• Program the next chapter by repeating steps (_) and
@ above.
A
to record
side A or B.
D
@
played,
J
It is not possible
program.
I
LD>
on side A and then
Select
18 have been
of pause
•
PGM
(_
the pro-
No. 9. When
Programming pauses together with chapter/track numbers is very
convenient for recording the programmed playback.
• In case of recording the programmed playback on two sides of
an audio tape, it is recommended to program a pause after the
last chapter/track to be recorded on the first side of the tape.
This makes it possible to flip the tape while playback is paused
and avoid making a recording mistake.
• While programmed playback is paused, it is possible to record a
narration or create e non-recorded blank. Pressing II in pause
mode resumes programmed playback so that recording can be
restarted.
1. Press PGM.
Example
Programming
the first pro-
above,
chapter/track
chapter/track
Nos. 9, 7, and then
the player enters stop mode.
<With
BY
To modify programmed
content
]
To delete a programmed chapter number, track number or pause :
1. Press PGM.
2. Press either _
or t_< to move _ (the cursor) to the chapter number, track number or pause to be modified.
If you want to replace that content, press the numeric button. If
you want to program a pause, press I1.
If you want to clear the content, press CLEAR.
3. Press PGM to complete.
If you press _ in place of PGM, programmed playback starts
from the first programmed chapter or track.
• It is not possible to replace or clear the chapter or track being
played.
[
To clear the entire program
•
•
•
Open
Press
When
back
again
I
the disc table.
CLEAR in stop mode.
CLEAR is pressed during playback, the programmed playis canceled and norma_ playback starts. Pressing CLEAR
also clears the programmed contents.
J REPEAT PLAYBACK
[ To repeat a chapter/track
being played
I
Press REPEAT once during playback of the chapter or
track to be repeated.
--_
To repeat
REPEAT
programmed
I Press
once
playback
I
It is possible to play programmed chapters or tracks repeatedly in the order they were programmed.
Press REPEAT once during programmed playback.
1 To return
to the specified
position
_
1
•
For programming,
I
To repeat
the entire
side of a disc
]
To return to the specified position, press I.-.
Press CLEAR if you want to cancel the command.
I
To repeat the desired section repeatedly
•
order
Press REPEAT twice.
• When one side of the disc has played back, the same
side is repeated from the beginning.
•
Press REPEAT A-B at the
beginning of the section to
be repeated,
]
For random playback, refer to _.
To repeat
J
PLAY
v
playback
PLAY
T
REPEAT
random
It is possible to play tracks in a randomly selected
repeatedly.
Press REPEAT once during random playback.
•
During playback, press
REPEAT A-B at the desired position.
refer to _.
_
REPEAT
I
REPEAT
V
Press REPEAT A-B at
the end of the section
to be repeated.
The repeat playback above is not possible if the section
extends over both the audio and video parts of a CDV.
Repeat playback extending over sides A and B of a double-sided LD is also impossible.
I Press twice j
I LD
o repeat
only) both sides of a disc (double-sided
1
Press REPEAT 3 times.
• Playback starts with side A and continues on side B
when both sides of the disc have played back, both
sides are repeated alternately.
REPEAT
i Press 3 times }
To stop repeat playback :
Press CLEAR, or press REPEAT so that REPEAT indicator
turns off. The repeat mode is canceled but playback continues as normal playback.
With an LD which does not contain chapter number• :
It is not possible to repeat a chapter. With such a disc,
press REPEAT once for one-side repeat playback.
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ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
The actual on-screen display is a shown below.
Chapter/track number
Elapsed time or frame number
r-_
_-_ _S _!_r_
!
3 12.49
REMAIN TIME
ALL
28.12
r;-I F_I I-q i_1
[33 ITI I-q F_I
[-q ITI l-q I-q
Selected sound
PLAY indication
TOTAL TIME :
Total playing time
REMAIN TIME :
PLAY_
Remaining time
DISC TIME :
Elapsed time from
the beginning of
disc
EDIGITAL
STEREO
[
ALL ' Indicates total
(remaining time).
TRK : Indicates track.
If the on-screen display is left for a long period (about 80
minutes), it turns off automatically. The on-screen display re-appears when any button is pressed.
Use DISPLAY on the remote control unit to display information such as the current playback mode, track/chapter number and playing time on the TV screen.
Each press of DISPLAY changes the displayed information
as follows:
LD with
CDV or CD
(_
I Elapsed
time
of track
being
TOC
(CAV standard
played.
l Frame
number
LD with
play disc)
being
(CLV extended
disc time
I the
Elapsed
played.
from
I
REMAIN TIME TRK --
play disc)
the beginning
of
,L
,L
--
TOC
,
REMAIN TIME ALL -Remaining time from the position
being played until the end of the
disc.
I10a
° nn0'm
ed ° 1hetra°k °in0
Elapsed time from the beginning of
]
the disc. DISC TIME
,L
(_)
Remaining time from the position
being played until the end of the
disc. REMAIN TIME ALL --/
REMAIN TIME ALL -Remaining time from the position
_ -- being played until the end of the
disc.
,L
-TOTAL TIME --1
Total playing time from the beginning to the end of the disc.
/
,L
On-screen display disappears.
@
Total playing time from the beginning to the end of the disc.
On-screen
display
disappears.
TOTAL
Totaltoplaying
time TIME
from the begin- 1
ning
the end of the d{sc.
On-screen display disappears.
LD without
TOC •
Only the _rame number [CikV standard #lay disc_ or the
elapsed time from the beginning of the disc [CLV exter_de_
play disc) is displayed on the TV screen.
22
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The DISC TIME, REMAIN TIME ALL, TOTAL TIME, and elapsed
I NO'rE
even if :the
LD has TOC. _
To display
the information,
stop
playback,
disp
ays,
turn off
cannot
the quick-turn
be_dls._2LaY function
ed when and
usingrestart
quick playback.
turn
on,
time
1
TROUBLESHOOTING
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check
the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Inspect the other components and electrical appliances being used. If
the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your
dealer to carry out repair work,
Common for LD and CD
Possible Causes
Symptom
1. The disc table closes and then
Operation
re-opens.
Remote
trol
con-
2. Remote
ble.
control
is not possi-
•
•
•
The disc is extremely dirty.
The disc is not placed properly on the disc table.
Dew is condensed inside the player.
p. 6
p, 12
p. 4
•
•
The CONTROL IN jack on the rear panel is in use.
The remote control unit is too far from the player or it is operated at too great an angle with respect to the remote control
sensor.
The batteries are run out.
p. 8
p. ll
•
Audio
Ref. Page
3. The TV, etc., functions improperly.
•
Some TV sets incorporating the wireless remote control function may function improperly due to the remote control unit of
the player.
4. Audio is not output or audio is
distorted.
•
•
•
•
•
Connection plugs are inserted insufficiently or disconnected.
Connection plugs or jacks are dirty.
The player is in pause mode.
The connection with the stereo amplifier is erroneous.
The stereo amplifier is operated improperly. (Refer to the amplifier's instruction manual,)
The player is connected to the PHONO input jacks of the stereo
amplifier.
•
p. 5
p. 8
LD
Possible Causes
Symptom
Video, picture
quality
Audio (LD)
Skip, search
•
The VHF antenna is not connected to the modulator.
A cable in which the VHF and UHF signals are mixed
nected to the modulator.
The TV power is off.
6. Video is not displayed or the
displayed video is of a lowquality or is noisy.
7. A part of the still image is
shaking.
•
•
The disc is extremely deformed (warped, etc.).
The connection plug is not fully inserted or is disconnected.
).6
),8
•
Even with the standard disc, a part of the still image may shake
in the case it is a scene containing quick action.
).17
8. Audio is vibrating.
•
A disc without the E_._mark is being played with the CX system
turned on.
p. 15
9. Audio is not heard.
•
Audio is not output during multi-speed
frame advance playback.
).17
•
The disc being played does not contain the recorded chapter
numbers. (The functions utilizing the chapter numbers do not
work on discs which do not contain chapter numbers.)
Some discs need a longer time to read data.
5, Video is not displayed.
10.Skip, programming
are not possible.
and search
11.Search
takes a long time
(,more than 40 seconds).
12.-fhe time taken to start p\a',/back is sometimes long,
13.Other image than specified is
played back.
•
•
Ref. Page
•
•
malfunction.)
Error in data readout
does occur
).9
is con-
playback, still image and
sometimes.
).16
). 20
(This is not a
malfunction.)
L_
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CD
Symptom
Operation (CD)
14.Playbackstops immediately after it has been started.
Possible Causes
•
•
•
Ref. Page
The disc is extremely dirty,
The disc is placed upside down.
The disc is not placed properly on the disc table,
p. 6
p. 12
p. 12
ONE TOUCH KARAOKE
Possible
Symptom
Causes
Ref. Page
1 &The voice of the singer is not
muted
even
when
ONE
TOUCH KARAOKE is pressed.
•
The voice of the singer is not muted unless it is located on the
center of the acoustic image.
16.Playback will not stop when
one chapter or track is finished.
•
Chapters or tracks are not selected with the numeric buttons.
CAUTION
:
Abnormal functioning
of this unit may be caused by static electricity
or other external interference.
p. 14
To restore normal operation, unplug the
AC power cord and then plug it in again.
When troubles occur :
When some trouble occurs during use of the player, the following display (service number) appears on the display window of the player and the
TV screen. If you experience this kind of trouble, follow the "Remedy" below.
Display window
Service
number----
i t
I,i
Service number
U1
U2
TV screen
of the player
fu
Service
number
i
i
!
Remedy
Condition of the player
•
The disc is not loaded properly on the
disc table. Or, the disc is dirty.
•
Reload a disc along the disc guide groove on the disc
table.
Wipe the disc with a soft cloth.
Open the disc table and press I_ again.
•
F5
•
Two discs are loaded on the disc table.
Or, the disc is dirty.
P2
L3
E4
(The displayed number after P, F, L and E
differs depending on the condition of the
)_ayer,I
I
•
•
Load only one disc on the disc table.
Wipe the disc with a soft cloth.
•
Open the disc table and press I_ again.
If the same service number is displayed, the player is
in abnormal
• When
played
condition.
requesting
number
servicing,
on
the
display
p_ease
mention the diswindow
of the f31a',/er
or on the TV screen (for example,
E4').
HO
H1
H2
AO
24
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•
The player is in abnormal condition.
•
'service
number
When requesting servicing, please mention the displayed number on the display window of the player
or on the TV screen (for example, 'service number
H1 ').
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Other
System ...............................................
LaserVision Disc system and
Compact Disc digital audio system
Laser ............................... Semiconductor laser wavelength 780 nm
Power requirement ................................................
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption .................................................................
34 W
Weight ....................................................................
6.7 kg (14.8 Ibs)
Dimensions .................................... 420 (W) x 404 (D)x 132 (H) mm
16-9/16 (W) x 15-15/16 (D) x 5-3/16 (H) in
Operating temperature ..............................................
+5°C ~ +35°C
(41°F ~ 95°F)
Operating humidity .........................................................
5% N 85%
(There should be no condensation of moisture.)
Control input/output .........................................
Both miniature jacks
VHF adapter output (Video/Audio) ........................... Both RCA jacks
with CD jack
AC-3 RF OUT ....................................................................
RCA jack
terminals
Accessories
Remote control unit ........................................................................
1
Size "AM"
Microphone
Video cord
Audio cord
2
1
1
1
(IEC R03) dry cell batteries ...........................................
....................................................................................
......................................................................................
......................................................................................
Operating instructions ....................................................................
Warranty card ................................................................................
1
1
Video characteristics (2 pairs)
Format ..............................................................
NTSC specifications
Video output
Level ....................... 1 Vp-p nominal, sync. negative, terminated
Impedance .......................................................
75 D unbalanced
Jacks ...........................................................................
RCA jacks
S VIDEO output
Y output level ..............................................................
1 Vp-p (75 _)
C output level .......................................................
286 mVp-p (75 D)
Jacks .........................................................................
S VIDEO jacks
Audio characteristics (2 pairs)
Output level
During analog audio output
......................................
During digital audio output
.......................................
200 mVrms
(1 kHz, 40%)
200 mVrms
(1 khz, -20 dB)
Jacks .......................................................................
Both RCA jacks
Number of channels .........................................................
2 (Stereo)
Digital Audio Characteristics
Frequency characteristics
SN ratio
Dynamic range
Total harmonic distortion
Wow and flutter
LD is in compliance with EIAJ.
4 Hz - 20 kHz
115 dB (EIAJ)
96 dB (EIAJ)
Below 0.0035%
Below measurable limit (± 0.001%
W.PEAK) (EIAJ)
NOTE
:
The specifications and design of this product are subject to change
without notice, due to improvement.
27
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CORRECTION
INCORRECT
CORRECT
_AC-3 RF OUT terminal
RF OUT terminal
This terminal
is intended
for use with Dolby AC-3
components
(.1) planned for future release, With this
terminal, you will be able to connect an AC-3 RF input of
amplifiers and surround processors, and playback laser
discs formatted with Dolby AC-3 (.2).
This terminal
is intended
for use
components
(.1) planned for future
terminal, you will be able to connect
amplifiers and surround processors,
discs formatted with Dolby AC-3 (.2).
(.1) Indicated with _
(.1) Indicated with ,t_.,_
(For hardware)
(*2) Indicated with _
(For software)
• You cannot playback currently available laser
discs, laser disc players, AV amplifiers, etc.,
with this terminal.
• Do not connect this terminals to the audio
input
terminal
of a normal
stereo
_'_
or AV
AC-3 RF OU_
k.
amplifiers.
"_o,,_na,j
with Dolby AC-3
release. With this
an AC-3 RF input of
and playback laser
(For hardware)
(*2) Indicated with _
(For software)
• You cannot playback currently available )aser
discs, laser disc players, AV amplifiers, etc.,
with this terminal.
• Do not connect this terminals to the audio
input terminal
of a normal stereo or AV
amplifiers.
Ac-3R_out
Terminal
"Dolby',
"AC-3" and the double-D
of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing
.J
symbol are trademarks
Corporation.
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Pioneer
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Electronic
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