DVA-250 - Hifi Vintage
DVA-250
DVD AUDIO-VIDEO/
SUPER AUDIO CD PLAYER
OWNER'S MANUAL
Contents
IMPORTANT(for U.K.Customers)
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug
fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or the
cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer.
Thanks for choosing LUXMAN. Read this manual carefully to get
the best performance from this unit.
Before Use ...............................................................................................3
Discs..........................................................................................................4
Remote Control Unit................................................................................6
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off, remove the fuse and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible shock hazard
by inadvertent connection to the mains supply.
Connection ...............................................................................................7
If this product is not provided with a mains plug, or one has to be
fitted, then follow the instructions given below:
SACD Sound Mode ...............................................................................16
IMPORTANT. DO NOT make any connection to the larger terminal which is marked with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol | or coloured GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.
The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
BLUE : NEUTRAL
BROWN : LIVE
Names of Each Control.........................................................................11
Playback .................................................................................................14
Playback from a specific chapter/track ............................................17
Slow-Motion Playback .........................................................................17
Single Stepping Playback ....................................................................17
Direct Playback .....................................................................................17
Title Select..............................................................................................18
Chapter Select .......................................................................................18
Time Select.............................................................................................19
Track or Time Select.............................................................................19
Picture Zoom..........................................................................................20
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
Select a Subtitle Language..................................................................20
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
Select an Audio Language...................................................................21
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Repeat Playback....................................................................................22
When replacing the fuse only a correctly rated approved type
should be used and be sure to re-fit the fuse cover.
IF IN DOUBT — CONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
JPEG ........................................................................................................20
Change the Angle..................................................................................21
Programmed Playback .........................................................................23
GUI ...........................................................................................................25
Time Display...........................................................................................26
Settings ...................................................................................................28
Controlling other Components Connected to the DVA-250 ............37
Programming the Remote ....................................................................38
Troubleshooting.....................................................................................43
Specifications ........................................................................................44
CAUTION
The product shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and
that no object filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed
on the product.
Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a
book case or similar unit.
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Before Use
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks
of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”
and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that
is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation
and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing uses only, unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.
Conventions about This Manual
< This Owner's Manual largely describes how to control the
DVA-250 from the provided remote control unit. The duplicate
buttons on the DVA-250 provide the same functions.
< The types of functions and operations that can be used for a
particular disc vary depending on the features of that disc. In
some cases, these functions and operations may differ from
the descriptions given in this Owner's Manual. In this event,
follow the instructions given on the screen. This Owner's
Manual only covers basic disc operations.
< For some operations, the PROHIBIT icon “A” may appear on
the screen. This indicates that the operation described in this
Owner's Manual is not permitted for the current disc.
< The drawings about the TV screen and front panel display
used in this Owner's Manual are purely for the purposes of
explanation. The actual displays may differ slightly from what
are shown here.
Read this before operation
< As the unit may become warm during operation, always leave
sufficient space above the unit for ventilation.
< The voltage supplied to the unit should match the voltage as
printed on the rear panel. If you are in any doubt regarding this
matter, consult an electrician.
< Choose the installation location of your unit carefully. Avoid
placing it in direct sunlight or close to a source of heat. Also
avoid locations subject to vibrations and excessive dust, heat,
cold or moisture.
< Do not place the unit on the amplifier/receiver.
< Do not open the cabinet as this might result in damage to the
circuitry or electrical shock. If a foreign object should get into
the set, contact your dealer.
< When removing the power plug from the wall outlet, always
pull directly on the plug, never yank the cord.
< To keep the laser pickup clean, do not touch it, and do not forget to close the disc tray.
< Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents as this
might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
< Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
DO NOT MOVE THE UNIT DURING PLAYBACK
During playback, the disc rotates at high speed. Do NOT lift or
move the unit during playback. Doing so may damage the disc.
WHEN MOVING THIS UNIT
When changing places of installation or packing the unit for
moving, be sure to remove the disc and return the disc table to
its original position in the player. Then, press the power switch
to turn the power off, and disconnect the power cord. Moving
this unit with the disc loaded may result in damage to this unit.
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Discs
Type of Discs That Can be Played on This System
This player can playback discs bearing any of the following logos:
DVD Video:
• Single-sided or double-sided discs
• Single layer or dual layer discs
• Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG or Linear PCM digital
audio
• MPEG-2 digital video
• This unit can play DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/
DVD+RW discs recorded in DVD video format.
Discs are generally divided into one or more titles.
Titles may be further subdivided into chapters.
DVD Audio:
• Single sided discs
• Single layer or dual layer discs
• Linear or packed PCM digital audio
• Some discs may contain MPEG-2 video, and
Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG digital audio.
Discs are generally divided into one or more
groups. Groups may be further subdivided into
tracks.
Audio CD:
• 12cm or 8cm discs
• Linear PCM digital audio
Audio CDs are divided into tracks.
SACD(Super Audio CD):
• 12cm discs
• Digital audio
Super Audio CDs are divided into tracks.
Video CD:
• 12cm or 8cm discs
• MPEG-1 digital audio
• MPEG-1 digital video
Video CDs are divided into tracks.
Picture CD:
• 12cm
• Digital video(JPEG)
WMA(Window Media Audio):
• 12cm discs
• Digital audio
Region Number of DVD Video discs:
DVD players and discs are designed with region numbers that
dictate the regions in which a disc can be played. If the region
number on the disc you want to play does not match the region
number of your DVD player, you will not be able to play the disc.
In that case, an error message will appear on the screen.
The region number is printed on the rear panel of this unit.
Europe model
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Hong Kong model
About DVD-R and DVD-RW discs
DVD-R and DVD-RW discs recorded in video format on a DVD
recorder can be played on the DVA-250.
Discs that have not be finalized cannot be played.
Depending on the disc's recording status, the disc may not be
accepted or may not be played normally (the picture or sound
may be not be smooth, etc.).
About CD-R/RW
CD-R/RW discs recorded in Audio CD format and finalized correctly are playable. But depending on the quality of the disc
and/or the condition of the recording, some CD-R/RW discs may
not be playable.
MP3/JPEG compatibility
This player is compatible with CD-R/RW and CD-ROM (Kodak picture CD, etc.) discs that contain MP3 audio tracks or JPEG files.
< File names of MP3/JPEG should be alphanumeric characters.
This unit cannot display symbols and full-size or 2 bytes-wide
characters (such as Japanese, Chinese, etc.) correctly. Also,
be sure to use the file extension “.mp3”, “.jpg” or “.jpeg”.
< Only the first 8 characters of folder and track names (excluding the “.mp3”, “.jpg” or “.jpeg” extension) are displayed.
< Use CD-R/RW media for recording your MP3 or JPEG files. The
disc must be finalized in order to play.
< The CD-ROM must be ISO 9660 compatible.
< This player is not compatible with multi-session discs.
< When more than 250 files or folders are recorded on the disc,
the unit might not be able to play it correctly.
< It may take time to display a progressive JPEG picture.
< Depending on the file size and compression rate, some JPEG
pictures cannot be displayed correctly.
< Mono or stereo MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 format, 44.1 or 48kHz,
fixed bit-rate.
< Not compatible with variable bit-rate (VBR) files.
< Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular audio
CD quality. Although this player will play lower bit-rate MP3
tracks, the sound quality becomes noticeably worse at lower
bit-rates.
Caution:
< Some DVD Audio, DVD Video and Video CD discs do not operate as described in this manual do to the intentions of the
disc's producer.
< If you record a disc using a personal computer or a DVD
recorder, 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.)
< Unfinalized DVD-R/RW discs cannot be played.
Following discs cannot be played with this unit:
• CD-G, Data part of CD-EXTRA, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM and DVDROM discs
• discs recorded in a color system other than PAL or NTSC
• illegally produced discs
• scratched discs
• discs that are dusty, soiled or marked with fingerprints
Warning:
If you attempt to play back such discs, there is a risk that sudden
loud noise can blast over the speakers at full volume and cause
damage to the speakers and your hearing.
Copy-protected discs and other discs which do not conform to
the CD standard may not play back correctly in this player. If you
use such discs in this unit, LUXMAN Corporation and its subsidiaries cannot be responsible for any consequences or guarantee the quality of reproduction. If you experience problems with
such non-standard discs, you should contact the producers of the
disc.
Discs
Example of Icons used on DVD discs:
number of audio tracks recorded
on the disc
number of subtitles recorded on
the disc
< Always place the disc on the disc tray with the label side
uppermost. (Compact discs can be played or recorded only on
one side.)
< To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the
center of the case and lift the disc out, holding it carefully by
the edges.
screen aspect ratio
disc recorded with multiple camera angles
region code
How to remove the disc
< Should the disc become dirty, wipe the surface radially (from
the center hole outward towards the outer edge) with a soft,
dry cloth:
Glossary of Disc Terms
Title (DVD)
The longest sections of a picture or a music piece on a DVD; a
movie, et cetera, for a picture piece on a video software; or an
album, etc., for a music piece on an audio disc. Each title is
assigned a title number enabling you to locate the title you
want. On most DVD movies, there will be only one title.
Chapter (DVD)
Sections of a picture or a music piece that are smaller than
titles. A title is composed of several chapters. Each chapter is
assigned a chapter number enabling you to locate the chapter
you want. Depending on the disc, there may be only one chapter per title recorded.
Track (Video or Audio CD)
Sections of a picture or a music piece on a VIDEO or an audio
CD. Each track is assigned a track number enabling you to
locate the track you want. On most audio CD's, one track is
equal to one song.
DVD
Title 1
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
< Discs should be returned to their cases after use to avoid dust
and scratches that could cause the laser pickup to “skip.”
< Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or high humidity and
temperature for extended periods. Long exposure to high temperatures will warp the disc.
< Do not play any disc that is warped, deformed or damaged.
Playing such discs may cause irreparable harm to the playing
mechanisms.
< CD-R/RW discs are more sensitive to the effects of heat and
ultraviolet rays than ordinary CDs. It is important that they are
not stored in a location where direct sunlight will fall on them,
and which is away from sources of heat such as radiators or
heat-generating electrical devices.
< Do not stick papers or protective sheets on the discs and do
not use any protective coating spray.
< Use a soft oil-based felt-tipped pen to write the information on
the label side. Never use a ball-point or hard-tipped pen, as
this may cause damage to the recorded side.
VCD
Track 1
< Never use such chemicals as record sprays, antistatic sprays
or fluid, benzine or thinner to clean the discs. Such chemicals
will do irreparable damage to the disc's plastic surface.
< Printable CD-R/RW discs aren't recommended, as the label
side might be sticky and damage the unit.
Title 2
Chapter 2
How to hold the disc
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
< Never use a stabilizer. Using commercially available CD stabilizers with this unit will damage the mechanisms and cause
them to malfunction.
< Do not use irregular shape CDs (octagonal, heart shaped, business card size, etc.). CDs of this sort can damage the unit:
CD
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
< If you are in any doubt as to the care and handling of a CDR/RW disc, read the precautions supplied with the disc, or
contact the disc manufacturer directly.
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Remote Control Unit
The provided Remote Control Unit allows the unit to be operated
from a distance.
When operating the remote control unit, point it towards the
remote sensor on the front panel of the unit.
< Even if the remote control unit is operated within the effective
range, remote control operation may be impossible if there are
any obstacles between the unit and the remote control.
< If the remote control unit is operated near other appliances
which generate infrared rays, or if other remote control
devices using infrared rays are used near the unit, it may operate incorrectly. Conversely, the other appliances may operate
incorrectly.
Battery Installation
1 Remove the battery compartment cover.
2 Insert two “AAA“ (R03, UM-4) dry batteries. Make sure that the
batteries are inserted with their positive “+“ and negative “_“
poles positioned correctly.
3 Close the cover.
Battery Replacement
If the distance required between the remote control unit and main
unit decreases, the batteries are exhausted. In this case replace
the batteries with new ones.
Precautions concerning batteries
< Be sure to insert the batteries with correct positive “+“ and
negative “_“ polarities.
< Use batteries of the same type. Never use different types of
batteries together.
< Rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries can be used.
Refer to the precautions on their labels.
< When the remote control unit is not to be used for a long time
(more than a month), remove the batteries from the remote
control unit to prevent them from leaking. If they leak, wipe
away the liquid inside the battery compartment and replace the
batteries with new ones.
< Do not heat or disassemble batteries and never dispose of old
batteries by throwing them in a fire.
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Connection 1
Amplifier
6CH IN
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
FRONT SURROUND
L
A
A
CAUTION:
Switch off the power to all equipment before making connections.
Read the instructions of each component you intend to use with
this unit.
Be sure to insert each plug securely. To prevent hum and noise,
avoid bundling the signal interconnection cables together with the
AC power cord or speaker cables.
R L
CENTER SUBWOOFER
R
B
C
B 6CH AUDIO OUT terminals
6 channel analog audio is output from these terminals.
If your amplifier has 6 channel analog inputs, connect them
with commercially-available RCA cables.
< Select Multi-Channel in the SETUP menu. (See page 32)
Connection to audio components
A DIGITAL OUT terminal
Connect one of the digital output terminals to the appropriate
digital input terminal of a digital device such as an AV digital
amplifier, CD recorder, MD deck, etc.
C 2CH AUDIO OUT terminals
2 channel analog audio is output from these terminals.
< Select Stereo in the SETUP menu. (See page 32)
Use a commercially-available RCA coaxial cable or optical
digital cable.
When inserting the plug of the optical cable, the protective
shutter of the terminal will open and you should hear it click
into position when fully inserted. Be careful that you do not
force the plug, because this could result in damage to the
protective shutter, the cable, or the unit itself.
Note:
< Match the cable colors to the jack colors.
Using the FRONT jacks will provide the best sound quality
when playing Audio CDs and SACDs.
< Select the proper digital output setting in accordance with
your connection.
< With Super audio CDs, Digital audio signals cannot be output
from digital out terminals. Use analog connections.
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Connection 2
TV (MONITOR)
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
SCART
VIDEO
IN
S-VIDEO
IN
Y PB PR
D
E
F
Connect one of
these cables
G
Connection to a TV
Connect the unit to your TV or monitor using one of the following types of connectors. The connections are listed in
order of picture quality, beginning with the best possible.
Additional information on each connection type is provided
below:
If your TV or monitor is compatible with progressive scan,
connect the TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks using a
component video cable, and select “PROG ON”
Connecting the RGB SCART output (AV CONNECTOR) using
an RGB-ready SCART cable, or connecting the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks using a component video cable is the
next best choice.
If your TV or monitor has COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks, connect them with a quality component video cable, and select
“COMPONENT” in the Setup menu. (See page 29)
< If your TV or monitor is compatible with progressive scan,
connect the TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO jack and select
“PROG ON”. If your TV or monitor isn’t compatible with progressive scan, do not select “PROG ON”, otherwise no picture will be shown on the monitor.
E AV CONNECTOR
S-VIDEO is your third choice. If your TV has an S-Video input
jack, connect the TV using a quality S-Video cable.
The AV CONNECTOR can output RGB or composite video signals.
Composite video output (SCART-COMPOSITE or VIDEO OUT)
would be your final choice.
If your TV or monitor is compatible with RGB SCART, connect
the AV CONNECTOR and your TV with a 21-pin RGB-ready
SCART cable, and select “RGB” in the Setup menu.
(See page 29)
< For better picture quality, do not connect more than one
video cable.
< Connect this unit directly to the TV. If the TV is connected
through a video cassette recorder, you may experience distorted picture quality during playback of a copy protected
DVD disc.
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D COMPONENT VIDEO jack
< Both audio and video signals are output from this socket.
< The audio signal output from this socket is stereo.
Connection 3
F S-VIDEO or VIDEO jacks
The S-VIDEO connection is your third choice, and is superior
to the standard composite video connection.
If the TV or monitor has an S-VIDEO jack, connect it with a
high quality S-VIDEO cable.
If neither COMPONENT VIDEO nor S-VIDEO are available,
connect the TV or monitor with a high quality RCA cable
designed for video applications.
G AC power cord
Insert the supplied AC power cord in the DVA-250’s socket.
After all other connections are complete, connect the plug to
the wall socket.
To avoid fire, electric shock, etc., do not use any power
cords other than the one included with the DVA-250. If you
are not going to use the unit for some time, disconnect the
power cord from the wall socket.
COLOR SYSTEM
You have to select the color system to match your TV.
When all the connection has been done, turn the DVD player
and the connected TV on.
If your TV is MULTI or PAL, press the PAL/NTSC button repeatedly until “Multi” or “PAL” appears on the TV screen.
The default setting is PAL.
PAL:
Select PAL when a PAL TV (European
standard) is connected.
NTSC:
Select NTSC when a NTSC TV (American
standard) is connected.
Multi:
Select Multi when a MULTI TV is connected.
NTSC/PAL
Note:
< This setting will be reset to the default when you turn the
power off. Be sure to set the desired mode in the SETUP menu.
PROGRESSIVE SCAN
If your TV does not support progressive scan, do not use this
setting.
Before Going On
Once a connection with the TV or monitor has been made,
you need to set the following settings. Otherwise, distorted
images or no picture at all would appear on the TV screen.
CAUTION:
In the default setting, the COMPONENT (and S-VIDEO) jacks
are not active. If you want to use COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(or S-VIDEO OUT), perform the following steps.
1. Connect the VIDEO jacks with an RCA video cable. You can
use the provided yellow cable.
2. Connect the COMPONENT jacks with a component video
cable. (Or connect the S-VIDEO jacks with an S-VIDEO
cable.)
3. Turn the unit and TV on, and select “COMPONENT”
(or “RGB”) in the SETUP menu. (See page 29)
4. Turn the unit off and disconnect the RCA video cable from
the VIDEO jacks.
1. Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
to your TV’s COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks,
and select “COMPONENT” in the SETUP
menu.
(See “CAUTION” on the left column.)
SETUP
GUI
2. Press the SETUP button, and then press the
GUI button.
“PROG ON” will light up on the front panel
display.
< The default “PROG OFF” setting is for regular TVs that are not
capable of progressive scan (the technology called interlace
scan is used).
< When set to PROG ON, the RGB, S-VIDEO and VIDEO terminals
are disabled.
< Not all progressive scan TVs are fully compatible with this unit.
If you encounter problems with progressive scan, select
“PROG OFF”.
‘CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS
PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN
THE PICTURE. IN CASE OF 525 OR 625 PROGRESSIVE SCAN
PICTURE PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER
SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE ‘STANDARD DEFINITION’
OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGRADING OUR TV SET
COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL 525p AND 625p DVD
PLAYER, PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.’
There are additional settings you need to set before operating
the DVA-250. See the section, “Settings”.
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Connection 4
Positioning of the Speakers
The positioning of speakers differs according to the size and
acoustics of the listening room. While actually listening to a
program source, try various speaker positions to determine
which layout provides the best surround effect.
Place the speakers connected to “L” to your left, and “R” to
your right.
A Front speakers
FRONT
(LEFT)
CENTER
FRONT
(RIGHT)
SUBWOOFER
Use magnetic shielded speakers, if you are using them near
your TV.
Place the front speakers in front of the listening position, to the
left and right of a TV.
B Center speaker
Use a magnetic shielded speaker, if you are using it near your
TV. Place a center speaker between the front speakers, on or
below the TV. This speaker stabilize the sound image.
SURROUND
(LEFT)
SURROUND
(RIGHT)
C Surround speakers
Install these speakers above the level of the listener's ears, to
the left and right.
Do not install the surround speakers too far behind the listening position. It might be effective to direct the rear speakers
towards a wall or ceiling to further disperse the sound.
D Subwoofer
Reproduces powerful and deep bass sounds.
Subwoofers are most effective when placed on or near the
floor and in a corner of the room. Refer to the instructions that
came with your sub-woofer for placement suggestions.
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Names of Each Control
1
2 3
6
7
4 5
9
8
10
11 12
13
14
Front Panel
1 POWER switch
1
2
3
4 5 6 7
8
Press this switch to turn the unit on or off (standby).
The equipment draws nominal non-operating power from
the AC outlet with its POWER switch in the OFF position.
VCD
ROM P.SCAN TITLE GROUP CHP/TRK
MP3
JPEG
DVD AUDIO
SACD MULTI
2 MENU button
Use this button to confirm your selection or entry.
4 SETUP button
PPCM
PROG. RANDOM ALL A
B
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Use this button to display the disc's title menu.
3 ENTER button
D
Front Panel Display
1 Lights to indicate the currently playing disc.
Use this button to access SETUP menu.
5 RETURN button
- Use this button to cancel the menu when a top menu is displayed on the TV screen.
- To return to the previous menu level during playback.
(PBC on/off for VCD)
6 Direction buttons
2 when progressive video signals are being output.
3 These light to indicate the names of sections of the disc being
played.
4 Lights to indicate the currently playing audio format.
Use these buttons to select items in a menu.
7 Disc tray
8 FLT Display
5 Lights during playback of multiple angle disc.
6 Lights in the programmed play mode.
9 OPEN/CLOSE button
Use this button to open and close the disc tray.
7 Lights in the random play mode.
10 PLAY button (y)
Use this button to start playback.
11 STOP button (H)
Use this button to stop playback.
8 Lights in the repeat play mode.
9 Displays the title, track number and elapsed time during play-
back.
12 PAUSE button (J)
Use this button to pause playback.
13 SKIP (./m, ,// )
- Press these buttons to skip chapter or track, during playback.
- Press these buttons to quickly search the disc in the forward
and reverse direction for more than 2 seconds, during playback.
14 Time Display button (only for FLT display)
Use this button to display information about the currently
playing disc.
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Names of Each Control
Remote Control Unit
1 POWER
System power on and off.
2 FUNCTION buttons
1
33
Use these buttons to select function modes.
3 Numeric buttons
2
These buttons serve as a 10 button numeric keypad to enter
tuner preset positions.
4 TEST-T
- Output test tone for setting speaker levels. (AMP only)
3
TV / VID
31
4
32
5
30
6
29
7
8
27
10
26
11
24
23
22
14
15
21
20
17
18
Press repeatedly to select the top-level group of surround
modes. (AMP only)
6 SURR (v/^)
25
12
16
Consult the owner's manual for your specific player or receiver
for the details of how it implements this function.
5 SURR. M
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9
13
- This button does not have a direct function on the DVA-250, but
when used with a compatibly programmed VCR, DVD or satellite
receiver that has a "TV / VIDEO" function, pressing this button will
switch between the output of the player or receiver and the
external video input to that player.
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Press this button to select from among the available surround
mode options for the mode group selected. (AMP only)
7 CH.
- Press to select CHANNEL LEVEL. (AMP only)
TOP MENU
- Press to call up the top menu.
8 DIRECTION
Use to more through the options on menu screens.
9 SPEAKER
- Press this button to begin to process of configuring this unit's
bass management system for use with the type of speakers used
in your system. (AMP only)
RETURN
- Use to go one menu back(current setting are maintained).
(PBC on/off for VCD)
10 DIMMER
Press to adjust the brightness of the front display.
11 TONE
- This button used Bass/Treble control. (AMP only)
TIME DISPLAY
- Use this button to display time information about the currently
playing disc.
12 TUNING UP/DOWN
- When the tuner is in use, these buttons will tune up or down
through the selected frequency band. (AMP only)
K Record
- Press to start normal recording. (VCR only)
12
Names of Each Control
NTSC/PAL
- Use this button to select NTSC, PAL or MULTI to match your TV
standard.
H STOP
- Press to stop playback.
13 PRESET UP/ DOWN
- Press to select a tuner preset channel. (AMP only)
SEARCH(m/,)
- During playback, these buttons are used for fast forward and fast
reverse.
14 ANGLE
Selects a DVD camera angle if available.
15 ZOOM
Enlarges the DVD Video image.
16 GUI
Brings up the ON-SCREEN display.
17 REPEAT
A-B
- To repeat a specific section on a disc.
1/ALL
- To repeat chapter, track, title, disc(s).
18 PROGRAM
Press to programming CDs, Video CDs and SACDs.
19 OPEN / CLOSE
Open or close the disc tray.
20 CLEAR
Removes a track number on the program menu.
21 SUB TITLE
Select a subtitle language.
22 AUDIO
Selects different audio languages available in the DVD disc.
23 MEMO
PLAY (t)
- Press to start or resume playback.
26 NIGHT
- Press this button to activate the night mode. This mode is available in specially encoded digital sources, and it preserves dialogue(center channel) intelligibility at low volume levels. (AMP only)
SLEEP
- Press to set the sleep timer. (AMP only)
SLOW( - , +)
- Press to watch a disc with a slower speed.
27 DELAY
- Press this button to begin the process for setting the delay times
when processing surround sound. (AMP only)
SET UP
- Enter or exit the system setup menu.
28 ENTER
Press to enter setting.
29 DIGITAL
- Press this button to assign one of the digital inputs to a source.
(AMP only)
MENU
- Access the menu on a DVD disc.
30 OSD
Press this button to activate the ON-Screen Display(OSD) system
used to set up. (AMP only)
31 VOL (^/v)
Press to adjust volume. (AMP only)
32 MULTI
Press to select ZONE II ON/OFF, ZONE II INPUT and ZONE II
Volume. (AMP only)
33 MUTE
Press to activate the mute function. (AMP only)
- In Tuner mode to program preset radio stations. (AMP only)
RDS
- This function is used display information that is broadcasted by
FM stations. (AMP only)
SKIP (.//)
- When playing discs, press . to go back to the beginning of
the current chapter / track and / to advance to the next
chapter / track.
24 TUN-M
- Switches from tuning to (manual or auto) tuning mode. (AMP
only)
PAUSE(J)
- Press to pause playback of a disc.
25 DIRECT
- Press this button when the tuner is in use to start the sequence
for direct entry of a station's frequency. (AMP only)
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DVD/CD/SACD/VCD/MP3/JPEG
Playback 1
DVD
When a DVD is loaded, the playback may start automatically.
If a title menu appears on the screen, select an item by pressing the 5/b/g /t buttons and then press the ENTER button.
1
POWER
DVD
< Depending on the disc, you can use the numeric buttons to
select an item.
< “Title menu” may simply be called “menu” or “title” in the
instructions supplied with the disc.
TOP MENU
RETURN
ENTER
DIRECTION
< If you press the MENU button or the TOP MENU button during
playback, title menu will appear on the screen. (In some cases,
the playback might restart from the beginning of the disc.)
PLAY
CD, SACD
Press the PLAY button (y) to start playback.
OPEN/CLOSE
2 4
Video CDs with PBC
Press the PLAY button (y).
When a Video CD (Version 2.0) with Playback Control functions(PBC) is loaded, a menu will appear on the screen.
Select an item by pressing the numeric buttons to start playback.
< Press the / button to advance to the next page. Press the
.button to return to the previous page.
3
< If you press the RETURN button during playback, the menu will
appear on the screen.
< Following buttons does not work during PBC playback.
REPEAT, PROGRAM
< Press the MENU button to turn the PBC function on or off.
If you press the MENU button during playback, playback will
stop.
< Turn the TV on and set its input to the correct position for DVD
viewing.
< When this unit is connected to a stereo system, turn the system on.
< If another function is selected, press the DVD button on the
remote controller.
1 Press the POWER switch to turn the unit on.
2 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (L).
3 Place a disc on the tray with the printed label face up.
Never place more than one disc on the tray.
4 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (L) to close the tray.
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When the PBC function is off:
If you press the PLAY button (y) in the stop mode, playback
will start from the first track.
When the PBC function is on:
If you press the PLAY button (y) in the stop mode, a menu will
appear on the screen.
Select an item by pressing the numeric buttons to start playback.
< If you press the numeric buttons in the stop mode, the PBC
function will be turned off, and the playback will start from the
selected track.
DVD/CD/SACD/MP3/JPEG/WMA
Playback 2
WMA
Listening to WMA (Windows Media Audio) CD-R/CD-RW
This unit can play CD-R/RW music files that have been recorded in
the WMA (Window Media Audio) audio compressing format.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
WMA (Windows Media Audio) : New audio coding of Microsoft
Corporation.
Uses of recordings you have made other than for your personal
enjoyment are not permitted under the Copyright Law without permission of the copyright holder.
a directory's name
b file name
c file number
d play mode
MP3
When an MP3 disc is loaded, directories will be shown on the
screen.
Select a directory by pressing the 5/b/g /t buttons and press
the PLAY button (y).
Track numbers and titles(file names) will appear on the screen.
Select a track and press the PLAY button (y). Playback will start
from the selected track.
• During playback, elapsed time of the current file is displayed on
the front panel display.
• To change the play mode, press the REPEAT 1/ALL button until
the desired mode is displayed on the TV screen.
JPEG CD
When a JPEG disc is loaded, directories will be shown on the
screen.
Select a directory by pressing the 5/b/g /t buttons and press
the PLAY button (y) or ENTER button.
File names will appear on the screen. Select a file and press the
PLAY button (y). Slide show will start from the selected file.
• During playback, you can press the SKIP buttons (.//) to
select another picture. You can also use the (5/b/5/b) buttons to rotate/flip the image on the TV.
• Some files on the JPEG disc may be distorted during playback
due to the configuration or characteristics of the disc.
The method of playback is the same as "Listening to Recorded
MP3".
• In the file display of the disc information screen, WMA files will
be displayed with the "WMA" icon instead of the "ROM" icon.
(Files for which the "WMA" icon is not displayed cannot be
played. There will be a skip and the next file with an icon will be
played.)
NOTES:
• Files recorded with a sampling frequency (fs) of 44.1, and 48 kHZ
are supported.
• Programmed playback cannot be performed with WMA discs.
• The digital output at the time of WMA file playback is converted
to PCM regardless of the initial settings.
• Please use discs that have been recorded in conformity with the
ISO 9660 level 1/level 2 CD-ROM file system. (Extended formats
are excluded.)
• Copyright protected files cannot be played. Also note that
depending on the writing software and conditions, playback
might not be possible, or the files might not be displayed properly.
• Playback of the CD-R/RW might not be possible depending on
the disc characteristics, soiling, scratches, and other factors.
• Bit rates of 64 k to 160 kbps are supported for WMA files that
have an extension of ".wma" of ".WMA".
• This unit can display the folder names and file names on the
screen. Up to 11 half-width alphanumeric upper case characters
and symbols (including the underscore symbol) can be displayed. Kanji, hiragana, katakana and other characters cannot
be displayed.
• While in the stop condition, the TIME DISPLAY button of the
remote control can be used to switch and display the title names
and the artist names. (One folder has a capacity of up to 99 files.)
• Recorded discs with no more than 99 files per folder are recommended. Multiple folder configurations are possible: however,
depending on the configuration, recognition and playback of all
the folders and files might not be possible.
• Multi-session discs can also be played back, however, playback
of discs that have had session closure within 10 sessions.
• Direct track selection using the remote control numerical keys (0
to 9, and +10) can specify up to 179 tracks (179 files) per folder.
when 179 tracks are exceeded, while the unit is stopped, use the
cursor buttons at the disc information screen to select the files,
and use the play button or the ENTER button to play.
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Playback 3
SACD Sound Mode
DVD/CD/SACD/VCD/MP3
SACD
POWER
F
A 1
MENU
B
A
B 2
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
C D
A
PLAY
AUDIO
B 1
OPEN/CLOSE
E
A To start playback
In the stop mode, press the PLAY button (y).
B To suspend playback temporarily (pause mode).
Press the PAUSE button (J) during playback.
The image stills with DVD discs, or music is interrupted with
MP3 or CDs.
To resume playback, press the PLAY button (y) or PAUSE button (J). (for CD, SACD, VCD, MP3 and WMA)
C To stop playback of a CD, VCD, and SACD or MP3.
Press the STOP button (H).
There are three types of Super Audio CDs: single-layer, duallayer, and hybrid.
Each may contain two areas of recorded audio or sound modes:
High Quality Two-Channel and High Quality Multi-channel.
A single-layer SACD may contain both Two-Channel and Multichannel.
A dual layer SACD may contain both Two-Channel and Multichannel, but twice the amount.
Hybrid SACDs have two layers, the CD and SACD layers.
Within the SACD layer are the SACD Two-Channel area and
SACD Multi-channel area.
If you have a hybrid SACD, you need to choose the layer/sound
mode you want to play - CD, SACD Two-Channel, or SACD Multichannel.
D To stop and resume playback of a DVD
If you press the STOP button (H) during DVD playback, the unit
runs in RESUME mode, as the display indicates.
If you want to cancel the RESUME mode and stop playback
completely, press the STOP button (H) again.
To resume playback
When you stop playback of DVD by pressing the STOP button
(H), the interrupted point is kept in memory and playback starts
from that point when you press the PLAY button (y).
< The memory is cleared if you disconnect the power cord.
< If you open the disc tray during playback of a DVD, “OPEN” is
displayed on the TV screen. If you close the disc tray with the
DVD still on it, “CLOSE”, ”DISC LOADING” and “PRESS PLAY
TO RESUME PLAY” are displayed on the TV screen and playback starts from the beginning of the disc, not the point where
playback was stopped. If you press the PLAY button (y)
before that message has gone out, playback starts from the
interrupted point.
E To open the disc tray
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (L) to open the disc tray.
F Power Off Function
When the unit is left in the stop mode for about 8 minutes, the
unit enters power standby mode.
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A Layer Changing
1 Press the MENU button repeatedly to choose the CD layer or
the SACD layer when playback is stopped.
2 Press the PLAY(y) button.
The layer you select will play.
• You cannot switch between the CD and SACD layers during
playback.
B Channel Changing
1 Press the AUDIO button repeatedly to choose the Multi-chan-
nel or the Two-Channel when playback is stopped.
The sound mode will appear on the front panel.
2 Press the PLAY(y) button.
Notes:
With Super audio CDs, Digital audio signals cannot be output
from the digital out terminals. Use analog connections.
Playback from a specific chapter/track
A To skip to a specific chapter/track.
During playback, press the SKIP button (.or/) repeatedly until the desired chapter or track is found. The selected
chapter/track will be played from the beginning.
When the . button is pressed during playback, the track
being played will be played from the beginning. To return to
the beginning of the previous track, press the . button
twice.
< During PBC playback of a VCD, you cannot return to the previous track.
B
PLAY
SEARCH
B
SKIP
A
B Search for a part of a chapter/track
To quickly search the disc in the forward or reverse direction,
press the SEARCH button (mor,) during playback.
Press the PLAY button (y) when the part you want to listen to
is found.
Each time the SEARCH button (mor,) is pressed, the
Search speed is incremented.
< The sound is muted during playback of DVD/VCD.
< This function may not work with some discs.
Slow-Motion Playback
Single Stepping Playback
DVD
DVD
To play a disc in slow-motion, press the SLOW button during playback.
To play a disc step by step, press the PAUSE button (J) during
playback. Each time the PAUSE button (J) is pressed, the picture
advances by one frame.
SLOW (+) : slow forward playback
SLOW (-) : slow reverse playback
To resume normal playback, press the PLAY button (y).
Each time the SLOW button is pressed, the speed is changed.
< This function is not available for CD, SACD, VCD, MP3 and
WMA.
To resume normal playback, press the PLAY button (y).
< The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
< This function is not available for CD, SACD, VCD, MP3 and
WMA.
Direct Playback
DVD/CD/SACD/VCD/MP3/WMA
NUMERIC
Select a track by pressing the numeric buttons.
Example : To select track No.18
- SLOW +
PLAY
PAUSE
Playback starts from the selected track.
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DVD
Title Select
You cannot select a track and a time at one time.
1 Press the GUI button during playback or pause.
< When in the STOP mode, the display will look like “--/02” and
current title
number
NUMERIC
3
01/02
2
ENTER
4
PLAY
4
GUI
1
current chapter
number
03/20
total number of titles
on the disc
elapsed time of the
current title
00:03:42
total number of chapters
in the current title
only the title can be selected. If this is the case, go to step 3 .
2 Press the t button to change the title number to “--”.
3 Press the numeric buttons to select a title.
Example:
To select Title 2, press 0 and 2.
4 Press the PLAY button (y) or the ENTER button.
The selected title starts play.
2
< If you select numbers which don't exist on the disc, PROHIBITED icon A will be displayed.
< Denpending on the DVD disc, the Title select may not be
allowed.
Chapter Select
1 Press the GUI button during playback or pause mode.
2
2 Press the t button twice to change the chapter number to “--”.
3 Press the numeric buttons to select a chapter.
4 Press the PLAY button (y) or the ENTER button.
Playback starts from the selected chapter.
< If you select numbers which don't exist on the disc, PROHIBITED icon A will be displayed.
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Time Select
Track or Time Select
DVD
CD/SACD/VCD
NUMERIC
NUMERIC
3
3
2
2
ENTER
4
PLAY
PLAY
4
4
GUI
GUI
1
1
You cannot select a track and a time at one time.
1 Press the GUI button.
01/02
03/20
00:00:00
2 Press the t button three times to change the time indication
to “--:--:--”.
02/03
03/20
1 Press the GUI button in the playback mode.
A GUI bar appears on the TV screen.
Track (current track number)
01/10
- -:- -:- -
00:02:35
Time (elapsed time of current track)
3 Input the time by pressing the numeric buttons.
Example:
To select a scene 2 hours 30 minutes 10 seconds from the
beginning of the selected title, press 023010.
01/02
03/20
02:30:10
2 Press the t button once or twice to highlight “Track” or
“Time”.
00:02:35
01/10
3 Input the track number or the time from the beginning of the
4 Press the PLAY button (y).
current track using the numeric buttons.
Playback starts from the selected part.
< If you select the numbers which doesn't exist on the disc,
PROHIBIT icon A will be displayed.
Example:
To select Track 5, press 5.
To select Track 12, press 1 and 2.
To select a part 1 minute 10 seconds from the beginning of
the selected track, press 1, 1, 0.
4 Press the PLAY(y) button or ENTER button.
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DVD
Picture Zoom
To zoom the picture, press the ZOOM button during playback.
Each time the ZOOM button is pressed, the magnification level
changes.
< You can shift the zoom point by pressing the 5/b/g /t buttons during zoom playback.
< Zooming does not work on subtitles or menu screens.
< The magnification level varies depending on the TV DISPLAY
selection in the SETUP menu.
MENU
- SEARCH +
ZOOM
SUB TITLE
Select a Subtitle Language
To select a subtitle language, press the SUB TITLE button during
playback.
Each time you press the SUB TITLE button, the subtitle languages
included on the disc appear on the display.
< It may take a few seconds till a selected subtitle appears on
the screen.
< When no subtitles are recorded on the disc, “OFF” will be displayed.
< In some cases, a subtitle cannot be turned off even if you
select “OFF”.
< Some discs allow you to change subtitles only via the disc
menu. In that case, press the MENU button and change the
settings.
< You can set a preferred language for subtitle in the SETUP
menu. (See page 36)
JPEG
JPEG
• Turn around
t: Toward the right
g: Toward the left
• Turn over
5: Up and down
b: Left and right
• Zoom
Press the ZOOM button. and then,
< Each time the +SEARCH button(,) is pressed, the magnification level changes.
< Each time the -SEARCH button(m) is pressed, the reduction level changes.
When ZOOM on, it will be at pause mode. Turn ZOOM off will
have the play mode back.
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DVD
Select an Audio Language
To select an audio language, press the AUDIO button during playback.
Each time you press the AUDIO button, a language and its sound
recording system included on the disc appears on the screen.
MENU
the total number of the
audio included on the disc
sound recording system
: 5.1ch
: 2ch (STEREO)
language
ANGLE
channel numbers
AUDIO
< When no other audio is recorded on the disc, PROHIBIT icon
A will be displayed.
< Some discs allow you to change audio language only via the
disc menu. In that case, press the MENU button and change
the settings.
Change the Angle
When a scene recorded with multiple angles is played, “ANGLE
AREA IN” briefly appears on the screen.
Each time you press the ANGLE button during playback of a multiangle scene, the camera angle changes.
< When the multi-angle scene ends, "ANGLE AREA OUT” briefly
appears on the screen.
< You can change the setting so that the angle message isn’t
displayed even when a scene recorded with multiple angles is
played. See page 33 for details.
< When no other angle is recorded, PROHIBIT icon A will be
displayed.
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DVD/CD/SACD/VCD/MP3/WMA
Repeat Playback 1
Repeat Playback of DVD
Each time the REPEAT 1/ALL button is pressed during playback,
the mode changes as follows: A
REPEAT
1/ALL
Chapter Repeat
The chapter being played will be played repeatedly. If you
select another chapter in CHAPTER REPEAT mode, the chapter
you selected will be played repeatedly.
Title Repeat
All the chapters of the current title will be played repeatedly.
During programmed playback, programmed chapters will be
played repeatedly.
< The REPEAT 1/ALL button does not work in the RESUME and
STOP modes.
< If one of the following buttons is pressed, repeat mode will be
cancelled:
STOP in the stop mode, OPEN/CLOSE, A-B, MENU, POWER
Repeat Playback of CD, SACD, VCD
A
CHAPTER REPEAT ON
TITLE REPEAT ON
REPEAT OFF
B
REPEAT ONE
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT OFF
Each time the REPEAT 1/ALL button is pressed, the mode changes
as follows : B
Repeat One
The track being played will be played repeatedly. If you select
another track in REPEAT ONE mode, the track you selected
will be played repeatedly.
It is also possible to select a track in the pause and stop
modes. Press the REPEAT 1/ALL button and then select the
track number by pressing the numeric buttons.
Repeat All
All the tracks of the disc will be played repeatedly.
During programmed playback, programmed tracks will be
played repeatedly.
< This function is unavailable during PBC playback of a VCD.
< If one of the following buttons is pressed, repeat mode will be
cancelled:
STOP, OPEN/CLOSE, A-B, POWER
Repeat playback of MP3, WMA
Each time the REPEAT 1/ALL button is pressed, the mode changes
as follows: C
C
Single Repeat
Disc
Folder
Folder Repeat
Disc Repeat
Single Repeat
The current track will be played repeatedly.
Folder Repeat
The current folder will be played repeatedly.
Disc Repeat
The disc will be played repeatedly.
Folder (normal playback)
The current folder will be played once.
Disc
The disc will be played once.
< If one of the following button is pressed, repeat mode will be
cancelled.
OPEN/CLOSE, POWER
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DVD/CD/SACD/VCD
Repeat Playback 2
Repeat Playback of a Designated Section
(A-B Repeat)
1 Start playback and designate the point at which the A-B
repeat should start (point A) by pressing the REPEAT A-B button.
“A TO B REPEAT SET A” appears on the screen and the “
”
indicator lights up in the front panel display.
2 When the point at which repeat playback should end (point B)
is reached, press the REPEAT A-B button again.
“A TO B REPEAT ON” appears on the screen and the “
indicator lights up in the front panel display.
The designated section will be played repeatedly.
”
< When playing a CD/SACD/VCD, the point A and B should be
selected from the same track.
< When playing a DVD, the point A and B should be selected
from the same title.
< When playing a DVD, the SEARCH button can be used to fastforward to point B after designating point A.
< There should be more than one second between A and B.
< If one of the following buttons is pressed, A-B repeat mode will
be cancelled:
REPEAT
A-B
STOP (CD, SACD, VCD), STOP in the stop mode (DVD), MENU
(DVD), A-B, SKIP, OPEN/CLOSE, POWER
Programmed Playback 1
CD/VCD/SACD
Up to 32 tracks can be programmed in the desired order.
1 Press the PROGRAM button in the stop mode.
2 Press the numeric buttons to select a track.
Example:
To select Track No.3, press 0 and 3.
NUMERIC
2
3 Press the ENTER button.
The track is programmed.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to program more tracks.
ENTER
3
PLAY
4
PROGRAM
1
Program No.
Track No.
< When the total time of the programmed tracks exceeds 99 minutes 59 seconds, “99:59” will be displayed instead of the actual
time.
4 When the selection of track numbers has been finished, press
the PLAY button (y) to start programmed playback.
< If you press the REPEAT 1/ALL button and select “REPEAT
ALL”, the programmed tracks will be played repeatedly.
< During programmed playback, the numeric buttons don't work.
< Program does not work, when PBC ON for VCD.
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CD/VCD
Programmed Playback 2
To check the programmed content
In the stop mode, press the 5orb button repeatedly.
The programmed content (program number, track number and
playback time) will be shown on the display in the programmed
order.
POWER
To delete a programmed track
ENTER
STOP
PROGRAM
In the stop mode, press the 5orb button repeatedly until the
programmed track to be deleted is displayed. Then press the
CLEAR button. The selected track is deleted from the program and
the track programmed next is moved to take its place, and is
shown on the display.
To overwrite a programmed track
CLEAR
OPEN/CLOSE
In the stop mode, press the 5orb button repeatedly until the
programmed track to be changed is displayed. Select a new track
number using the numeric buttons, and then press the ENTER button.
To add a track to the end of the program
In the stop mode, press the 5 button repeatedly until “--” is displayed. Select a track number using the numeric buttons, and
then press the ENTER button. The track is added to the end of the
program.
To resume normal playback
In the stop mode, press the PROGRAM button to resume normal
playback. The “PROG.” indicator will go off and the program
mode will be cancelled.
However, the programmed content isn’t lost. You can return to the
programmed playback by pressing the PROGRAM button and the
PLAY button.
To clear the programmed content
With the unit stopped and the “PROG.” indicator lit, press the
CLEAR button to clear the programmed content.
If you are checking the programmed content, press the STOP button and the CLEAR button.
If one of the following buttons is pressed, the programmed content will also be cleared:
OPEN/CLOSE, POWER
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DVD/CD/SACD/VCD/DVD-AUDIO
GUI 1
The GUI (Graphical User Interface) button provides access to a
variety of reporting, locating and setting features.
During playback or pause of DVD
When you press the GUI button once during playback or pause, a
GUI bar appears on the TV screen. It should look like this:
You can specify a title or a chapter number to play or a time location where you want play to start from, as discussed on pages 18
and 19.
current title total number current
number
of titles
chapter/
track
total chapters
in current title
elapsed time of
the current title
Pressing the GUI button again changes the display to something
similar to this:
GUI
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
Pressing the corresponding buttons allows you to select a soundtrack language, a subtitle language and a camera angle.
During playback or pause of CD/SACD/VCD
Pressing the GUI button gives information about the track and
elapsed time.
current track number
total number of
tracks
elapsed time of the
current track
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DVD-AUDIO
GUI 2
During playback or pause of DVD-Audio
When you press the GUI button during the playback or pause, the
TV display changes as follows.
GROUP
NUMBER
TRACK NUMBER
TOTAL GROUPS
PLAYING TIME
TOTAL TRACKS
AUDIO CHANNEL
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OFF
Time Display 1
Press the TIME DISPLAY button or the DISPLAY button on the
front panel repeatedly during playback to display different information on the front pannel display about the disc.
The display changes as follows : A , B , C , D , E
A DVD
A DVD
TITLE REMAIN
TITLE REMAIN
CHAPTER ELAPSED
TITLE ELAPSED
CHAPTER REMAIN
current title number
remaining time of
current title
CHAPTER ELAPSED
cur ent chapter
number
elapsed time of
current chapter
CHAPTER REMAIN
current chapter
number
remaining time of
current chapter
TITLE ELAPSED
current
title
number
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current chapter
number
elapsed time of
current chapter
Time Display 2
B DVD-Audio
SINGLE REMAIN
B DVD-Audio
SINGLE REMAIN
GROUP ELAPSED
SINGLE ELAPSED
GROUP REMAIN
current
group
number
cur ent t ack
number
remaining time of
current track
GROUP ELAPSED
current
cur ent t ack
group number number
elapsed time of
current group
GROUP REMAIN
current group number
remaining time of
current group
SINGLE ELAPSED
current
group
number
cur ent t ack
number
elapsed time of
current track
C CD, VCD
SINGLE REMAIN
C CD, VCD
SINGLE REMAIN
TOTAL REMAIN
SINGLE ELAPSED
current track
number
remaining time of
current track
TOTAL REMAIN
D MP3, WMA
SINGLE ELAPSED
SINGLE REMAIN
remaining total track
E SACD
SINGLE REMAIN
remaining time of
total track
SINGLE ELAPSED
TOTAL REMAIN
SINGLE ELAPSED
cur ent t ack
number
elapsed time of
current track
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Settings 1
This chapter describes how to use the SETUP menu. Most settings and adjustments are required to be set when you first use
the system.
Using the SETUP menu, you can adjust the picture size, set a language for the subtitles and the OSD (on screen displays), limit
playback by children, et cetera.
Notes
< Some settings cannot be selected during playback and
RESUME mode of DVD. In that case, press the STOP button
once or twice to stop playback completely, “STOP” lighting in
the display.
1 2
ENTER
3
STOP
SETUP
1 4
< Make sure your TV is connected to the DVD player and turned
on. Setup uses ON-SCREEN MENUS to program.
1 Press the SETUP button in the stop mode.
The setup menu appears on the TV screen. Select a tab using
the g /t buttons.
2 Select an item you want to change using the 5/b buttons.
3 Press the ENTER button as many times as necessary to select
the desired option.
Use the numeric buttons (0 to 9) to key in numbers, such as the
password for parental control.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set other settings.
4 When the settings have been finished, press the SETUP button
to exit the SETUP menu.
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Settings 2
A TV Display
A
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
Set TV Display Mode
Basic Mode
Expert Mode
Select the aspect ratio to match your TV.
4:3 PS (Pan & Scan mode)
When you connect a normal TV to the system, this setting
displays a wide picture on the whole TV screen with a portion (right and left sides of the picture) automatically cut off.
4:3 LB (Letterbox mode)
When you connect a normal TV to the system, this setting
displays a wide picture with bands displayed on the upper
and lower portions of the screen.
16:9 Wide (Wide-screen mode)
Use this setting when you connect a wide-screen TV to the
system.
< Some wide-screen discs that do not permit Pan & Scan
mode playback are automatically played in Letterbox mode.
< Depending on the DVD, 4:3 Letterbox may be selected automatically instead of 4:3 Pan & Scan and vice versa.
< You must also set the screen mode on your wide-screen TV
to “FULL”.
< If WIDE is selected and a normal TV is connected, 16:9 content will appear distorted during playback (objects look thin).
B
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
DISC
B TV Type
SYSTEM
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
Set TV Standard
PAL :
Select PAL when a PAL TV (European standard) is connected.
NTSC :
Select NTSC When a NTSC TV (American standard) is connected.
Multi :
Select Multi When a Multi TV is connected.
C Video Output
C
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
Set Video Output
DISC
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
Component:
Select this when your TV or monitor is connected via the
COMPONENT VIDEO jacks.
A component video signal is output from the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks.
RGB (default):
Select this when your TV or monitor is compatible with RGB.
An RGB video signal is output from the AV CONNECTOR.
< Regardless of the setting, the VIDEO OUT jack is always
active.
< If you select an improper setting, no picture will be shown
on the screen. In this case, connect your TV via the VIDEO
jack or AV CONNECTOR to display the Setup menu, and
select the proper video output setting.
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Settings 3
D Picture Mode
D
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
Set Picture Mode
DISC
This setting is accessible only when SETUP MENU MODE is
set to EXPERT. (See page 36)
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
Basic Mode
Expert Mode
This integrated solution takes advantage of utilizing the
embedded flag information in the MPEG stream and makes
the proper compensation for re-construction of the progressive frame.
Auto:
This deinterlacing mode is controlled purely based on the
progressive/interlace flag information embedded in the bitstream. If the source is flagged as progressive, then the
“weave” method is used to deinterlace the film source. If
flagged as interlace, then the “bob” method is used. If both
progressive and interlace flags exist in the same bitstream,
then it will default to interlace source mode.
Film:
Regardless of the progressive/interlace flag information
embedded in the bitstream, the deinterlacer will always
assume the video source as progressive and process the
information by the “weave” deinterlacing methond.
Video:
Regardless of the progressive/interlace flag information
embedded in the bitstream, the deinterlace will always
assume the video source as interlace and process the information by the “bob” filtering method.
Smart:
Regardless of the progressive/interlace flag information
embedded in the bitstream, the deinterlace will always
assume the video source as progressive.
Additional multi-tap vertical filtering is applied. Smart mode
is an excellent mode to use for progressive and interlaced
material with limited motion.
SSmart (Super Smart):
This mode enables the MPEG proprietary advanced pixelbased motion-adaptive algorithm for high quality video deinterlacing. SuperSmart mode combines temporal and spatial
information with additional multi-tap medium filtering to
accurately reconstruct 480P/576P video from any source format. With the combination of flag reading and pixel-based
motion-adaptive processing, SmartScan accurately recreates the most perfect progressive video to be displayed on a
480P/576P TV. This is the best mode to use for deinterlacing
interlaced or progressive source materal.
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Settings 4
E Slide show Mode
This setting is accessible only when Setup Menu Mode is
set to Expert. (See page 36)
E
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
Basic Mode
Some DVD discs contain still pictures that cycle automatically while audio is played.
The default setting is None.
Expert Mode
Press the ENTER button to select the desired mode from the
following:
TYPE 1-11
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
TYPE 3
TYPE 4
TYPE 5
TYPE 6
TYPE 7
TYPE 8
TYPE 9
TYPE 10
TYPE 11
Set Slide show Mode
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
wipes from top to bottom
wipes from bottom to top
wipes from top/bottom to center
wipes from center to top/bottom
vertical blinds
wipes from left to right
wipes from right to left
wipes from left/right to center
wipes from center to left/right
wipes from edge to center
horizontal blinds
Random
Wipes randomly
None
No effect
F Angle Mark
F
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
This setting is accessible only when SETUP MENU MODE is
set to EXPERT. (See page 36)
Select whether the angle message appears on the TV
screen or not when a multi-angles scene is being played.
You can change the angles using the ANGLE button.
Angle Mark On/Off
G Captions
G
VIDEO AUDIO SPEAKER
TV Display
TV Type
Video Output
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
DISC
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
PAL
RGB
Auto
None
On
Off
This setting is accessible only when SETUP MENU MODE is
set to EXPERT. (See page 36)
Select ON or OFF for closed captions. The default setting for
this feature is “OFF”. If you wish to view a movie with captions, turn this feature on.
Closed Caption
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Settings 5
H Digital Out
H
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
Digital Out
MPEG Out
96K LPCM Out
Downmix
Audio DRC
SYSTEM
Bitstream
PCM
96K>48K
Multi-Channel
Off
Set SPDIF
Basic Mode
Expert Mode
Bitstream:
Select this when the unit is connected to an audio component equipped with a built-in Dolby Digital or DTS decoder
via the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
PCM:
Select this when the unit is connected to an audio component such as amplifier/receiver, CD recorder or MD deck via
the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
Off:
Select this when you don't use the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
No signal is output from the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
I MPEG Out
I
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
Digital Out
MPEG Out
96K LPCM Out
Downmix
Audio DRC
SYSTEM
SYST
Bitstream
PCM
96K>48K
Multi-Channel
Off
Set MPEG Digital Out
You need this setting only when this DVD player is connected to audio equipment via DIGITAL audio output.
Bitstream:
Select this when the unit is connected to an audio component equipped with a built-in MPEG decoder via the DIGITAL
OUT terminal.
PCM:
Select this when the unit is connected to an audio component such as an amplifier/receiver, CD recorder or MD deck
via the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
J 96K LPCM Out
You need this setting only when this DVD player is connected to an audio equipment via DIGITAL audio output.
J
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
Digital Out
MPEG Out
96K LPCM Out
Downmix
Audio DRC
SYSTEM
SYST
Bitstream
PCM
96K>48K
Multi-Channel
Off
96K:
Select this when the connected audio equipment is capable
of 96 kHz audio.
96K > 48K:
Select this if the connected audio equipment is not capable
of 96 kHz audio.
K Downmix (Setup at STOP Mode)
To play a DVD disc recorded with surround multi-channel
audio correctly, select either one according to your audio
system.
Set 96K LPCM To 48K Out
When an audio component equipped with a built-in Dolby
Digital or DTS decoder is connected via the DIGITAL OUT
terminal and “Digital Out” is set to “Bitstream”, the
Downmix setting has no effect.
K
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
Digital Out
MPEG Out
96K LPCM Out
Downmix
Audio DRC
Set Speaker Output Mode
DISC
SYSTEM
SYST
Bitstream
PCM
96K>48K
Multi-Channel
Off
Lt/Rt:
Select this when the unit is connected to an audio component equipped with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
Stereo:
This setting outputs 2-channel stereo sound for listening
through the left and right analog outputs.
Select this when the unit is connected to a TV, stereo amplifier, CD recorder, MD deck, etc.
Multi-Channel:
If you connected this player to your amplifier using the
6 channel analog outputs (front, surround, center and subwoofer outs), set this to Multi-Channel. If you connected
only the stereo outs, set to Lt/Rt.
Notes
< The default setting is Multi-Channel.
< Depending on the disc content, the actual sound output may
not match the chosen setting.
< Even if you set Downmix to Multi-Channel, you'll get sound
from all speakers only when playing a multi-channel DVD
disc.
< If Lt/Rt is selected, Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG audio are
mixed down to two channels to allow you to listen to all the
audio recorded on the disc.
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Settings 6
L Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
L
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
Digital Out
MPEG Out
96K LPCM Out
Downmix
Audio DRC
This setting is accessible only when Setup Menu Mode is
set to Expert. (See page 36)
SYSTEM
SYST
Bitstream
PCM
96K>48K
Multi-Channel
Off
Dynamic Range Compression
Basic Mode
Expert Mode
In many listening situations, you may find loud passages
objectionable. Adjusting this setting allows you to compress
the sounds into a range that you may find more suitable for a
particular listening situation. Dolby Digital satisfies these
needs through the dynamic range controlling.
Select the dynamic range compression to fit the individual
listening situation of the audience. The variable range is
from 8 to 1, or OFF.
8~1
Audio with partially compressed dynamic range.
OFF:
Audio with uncompressed dynamic range.
< This function is effective only when playing back a DVD disc
recorded with Dolby Digital. No effect on other discs.
M Speaker Configuration (Setup at STOP Mode)
M
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
This setting is accessible only when the Downmix is set to
Multi-Channel. (See page 32)
SYSTEM
S ST
Front
Center
Rear
Sub Woofer
Front Position
Center Position
Rear Position
Large
Large
Large
Yes
5ft/1.5m
5ft/1.5m
5ft/1.5m
Select the size of your speakers.
Select Large if the speaker can reproduce frequencies
below 80 Hz. Note that the left (L) and right (R) speakers cannot be set independently.
< If Sub Woofer is set to None, only Large can be selected for
the Front speakers.
< If the Front speakers are set to Small, only Small or None
can be selected for the Center and Rear (surround) speakers.
< You cannot select None for the Front speakers.
< The subwoofer (SW) can only be set to Yes or No.
Setup Front Speaker Size
N Speaker Distance (Setup at STOP Mode)
N
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
Front
Center
Rear
Subwoofer
Front Position
Center Position
Rear Position
DISC
SYSTEM
S ST
Large
Large
Large
Yes
5ft/1.5m
5ft/1.5m
5ft/1.5m
Press the ENTER button repeatedly to input the distance to
each speaker from the listening position.
You can change the setting from 5 feet/1.5 meters to 30
feet/9.2 meters in 1 feet/0.3 meter increments.
Set Front Speaker Position
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Settings 7
O Languages on DVD Movies
O
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
You can select a preferred language for audio, subtitle and
disc menu respectively.
SYSTEM
Audio
English
Subtitle
Off
Disc Menu
English
DVD-Audio Play Mode
Audio Navigation
Super Audio CD Play Mode
STEREO
Basic Mode
< When you select a preferred language that is not recorded
on the DVD, one of the actual recorded languages is automatically selected.
Expert Mode
< You can override the AUDIO and the SUBTITLE language settings in the SETUP menu simply by pressing the AUDIO and
the SUBTITLE button respectively on the remote control unit
while a DVD disc is playing.
Preferred Audio Language
• Language code list •
Code
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Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
6565
Afar
7079
Faroese
7678
Lingala
8375
Slovak
6566
Abkhazian
7082
French
7679
Laothian
8376
Slovenian
6570
Afrikaans
7089
Frisian
7684
Lithuanian
8377
Samoan
6577
Ameharic
7165
Irish
7686
Latvian, Lettish
8378
Shona
6582
Arabic
7168
Scots Gaelic
7771
Malagasy
8379
Somali
6583
Assamese
7176
Galician
7773
Maori
8381
Albanian
6588
Aymara
7178
Guarani
7775
Macedonish
8382
Serbian
6590
Azerbaijani
7185
Gujarati
7776
Malayalam
8385
Sundanese
6665
Bashkir
7265
Hausa
7778
Mongolian
8386
Swedish
6669
Byelorussian
7273
Hindi
7779
Moldavian
8387
Swahili
6671
Bulgarian
7282
Croatian
7782
Marathi
8465
Tamil
6672
Bihari
7285
Hungarian
7783
Malay
8469
Telugu
6678
Bengali; Bangla
7289
Armenian
7784
Maltese
8471
Tajik
6679
Tibetan
7365
Interlingua
7789
Burmese
8472
Thai
6682
Breton
7378
Indonesian
7865
Nauru
8473
Tigrinya
6765
Catalan
7383
Icelandic
7869
Nepali
8475
Turkmen
6779
Corsican
7384
Italian
7876
Dutch
8476
Tagalog
6783
Czech
7387
Hebrew
7879
Norwegian
8479
Tonga
6789
Welsh
7465
Japanese
7982
Oriya
8482
Turkish
6865
Danish
7473
Yiddish
8065
Panjabi
8484
Tatar
6869
German
7487
Javanese
8076
Polish
8487
Twi
6890
Bhutani
7565
Georgian
8083
Pashto, Pushto
8575
Ukrainian
6976
Greek
7575
Kazakh
8084
Portuguese
8582
Urdu
6978
English
7576
Greenlandic
8185
Quechua
8590
Uzbek
6979
Esperanto
7577
Cambodian
8277
Rhaeto-Romance
8673
Vietnamese
6983
Spanish
7578
Kannada
8279
Romanian
8679
Volapük
6984
Estonian
7579
Korean
8285
Russian
8779
Wolof
6985
Basque
7583
Kashmiri
8365
Sanskrit
8872
Xhosa
7065
Persian
7585
Kurdish
8368
Sindhi
8979
Yoruba
7073
Finnish
7589
Kirghiz
8372
Serbo-Croatian
9072
Chinese
7074
Fiji
7665
Latin
8373
Singhalese
9085
Zulu
Settings 8
P DVD-Audio Play Mode
P
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
This setting is accessible only when Setup Menu Mode is set to
Expert. (See page 36)
SYSTEM
Audio
English
Subtitle
Off
Disc Menu
English
DVD-Audio Play Mode
Audio Navigation
Super Audio CD Play Mode
STEREO
Basic Mode
Expert Mode
The DVD video play mode can be set to play the DVD video contents included on a DVD audio disc.
Press ENTER button to switch between Audio Navigation and
Video Navigation.
Audio Navigation: Set this to play the DVD audio signals as such.
Video Navigation: Set this to play the DVD video contents include
on a DVD audio disc.
Set DVD-Audio Play Mode
Need to stop and reload the disc before activated the changing.
Q Super Audio CD Play Mode
This setting is accessible only when Setup Menu Mode is set to
Expert. (See page 36)
Q
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
On a Super Audio CD, the stereo and multi-channel areas are
separate. Hybrid discs comprise 2-layer structure of Super Audio
CD layer and a CD layer.
The area/layer can be set to be played with priority.
SYSTEM
Audio
English
Subtitle
Off
Disc Menu
English
DVD-Audio Play Mode
Audio Navigation
Super Audio CD Play Mode
STEREO
Set Super Audio CD Play Mode
Multi Channel: When playing a Super Audio CD disc, the multichannel area will be played back with priority.
STEREO: When playing a Super Audio CD disc, the stereo area
will be played back with priority.
CD Layer: When playing a Super Audio CD disc, the CD layer will
be played back with priority.
Need to open and close the tray again to activate the changing.
R Selecting the Language for OSD
(On Screen Display)
R
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
OSD Language
English
Parental Rating
Unlock
Password
Change
Defaults
Reset
Setup Menu Mode
Expert
Notes
< The lower the level is set, the stricter the limitation is
offered.
< To change the parental control level, a correct password is
needed to key in.
S
SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
OSD Language
English
Parental Rating
Unlock
Password
Change
Defaults
Reset
Setup Menu Mode
Expert
Set Parental Control
S PARENTAL RATING
Playing some DVD discs can be limited depending on the
age of the users. The parental rating system allows playback
limitation level to be set by the parent. The default setting is
“UNLOCK”.
Set OSD Language
VIDEO AUDIO
You can select the language for OSD (On Screen Display).
This setting determines in what language the SETUP menu
and operating messages are displayed. It has nothing to do
with languages on DVD movies. The default language is
ENGLISH.
1. Select “PARENTAL RATING” on the SYSTEM tab and press
the ENTER button. You will be asked for a password.
2. Use the numeric buttons to enter “2580” (or your privacy
password if already established).
3. Press the ENTER button as many times as necessary to
select the desired parental rating.
< If the parental rating of the loaded DVD disc is higher than
the level you set, the system will require a password. Enter
your password to start playback.
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Settings 9
T Password
T
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
You can set a new password as follows.
OSD Language
English
Parental Rating
Unlock
Password
Change
Defaults
Reset
Setup Menu Mode
Expert
Change Password
1. After selecting “PASSWORD” in the SYSTEM tab, press the
ENTER button.
2. Enter “2580” (or your privacy password) using the numeric
buttons.
3. Enter a new password.
You will be asked to confirm, then enter the same password
again.
4. Press the ENTER button.
U
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
U Defaults
OSD Language
English
Parental Rating
Unlock
Password
Change
Defaults
Reset
Setup Menu Mode
Expert
Load Factory Settings
You can re-initialize the settings back to the factory defaults.
1. Select “DEFAULTS” and press the ENTER button.
2. Enter your password using the numeric buttons.
3. Press the ENTER button.
All the settings in the SETUP menu (except for Password)
will be reset to the default settings.
< In case no picture is shown on the screen after resetting the
unit, connect your TV via the VIDEO jack or AV CONNECTOR
to display the Setup menu, and select the proper video output setting.
V
VIDEO AUDIO
SPEAKER
DISC
SYSTEM
OSD Language
English
Parental Rating
Unlock
Password
Change
Defaults
Reset
Setup Menu Mode
Expert
V Setup Menu Mode
You can switch between Basic and Expert modes.
The following settings are hidden and are not available to
set when in the Basic mode:
Setup Menu Mode
Picture Mode
Slide show Mode
Angle Mark
Captions
Audio DRC
DVD-Audio Play Mode
Super Audio CD Play Mode
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Controlling other Components Connected to the DVA-250
The DVA-250 is equipped with a powerful remote control not only
DVD's functions, but also most popular brands of audio and video
equipment, including CD players, cassette decks, TV sets, cable
boxes, VCRs, satellite receivers and other home theater equipment.
Learning a Pre-programming Code
By following one of the methods below, you may program the remote
to operate a wide range of devices from other manufacturers.
A Direct Code Entry Method
1 Find the 3-digit number for the brand name of the component that
you want to operate in the code list following pages. (See 38 page.)
2 Turn on the component that you want to operate.
3 While holding down the DEVICE button on the remote controller
INDICATOR
that you want to program, press the ENTER button for 2 seconds,
and then release both buttons.
Then the indicator blinks twice.
DEVICE
4 Within 10 seconds, enter the 3-digit code number.
(Correct input: Indicator blinks fourth.
Numeric
Incorrect input: Indicator blinks once.)
5 If the component does not operate properly, return to step 3 and
repeat the steps above.
DIGITAL
ENTER
B Manual Search Method
1 Turn on the unit that you wish to include in the DVA-250 remote
controller.
2 Press the DEVICE button (VCR, SAT, TV) and the ENTER button at
the same time for 2 seconds until the indicator blinks twice.
3 Press the 5 or b button. Each press will send out a series of
codes from the remote's built-in database.
4 When the unit being programed turns off, press the ENTER button.
(Correct input: Indicator blinks fourth.
Incorrect input: Indicator blinks once.)
C Code Check Method
Check if enter the 3-digit code number directly.
1 While holding down the DEVICE button, press the ENTER button for
2 seconds and then release both buttons and then the indicator blinks
twice.
2 Press the DIGITAL button.
3 The 3-digit code number blinks in order.
Example: If you enter '105'
1. 1: Indicator blinks once.
2. 0: Indicator blinks tenth.
3. 5: Indicator blinks fifth.
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Programming the Remote
VCR Brand List
Brand
AKAI
ALBA
AMSTRAD
ANITSCH
ARC EN CIEL
ARISTONA
ASA
AWIA
BAIRD
BAUER. BOSCH
BLAUPUNKT
042
020
022
056
031
052
042
033
043
043
055
042
041
008
041
014
020
011
056
052
042
052
042
000
019
001
020
011
003
042
003
011
002
042
011
003
003
000
011
019
014
004
008
041
038
GRANADA
003
GRUNDIG
014
053
HANSEATIC
043
HARMAN-KARDON 004
HIFIVOX
042
HINARI
002
HITACHI
006
IMPERIAL
011
INGELEN
042
INGERSOL
027
ITT
005
052
056
013
052
020
021
BRANDT
ELECTRONIQUE
BRIONVEGA
BUSH
C.EDISON
CANON
CAPEHART
CGE
CONTINENTAL
EDISON
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
DAYTRON
DECCA
DEGRAAF
DUAL
DUMONT
DYNATECH
EMERSON
FERGUSON
FIDELITY
FINLANDIA
FINLUX
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GENERAL
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANS
GRAETZ
38
CODE No.
033
008
011
009
042
045
018
011
042
014
014
040
Brand
052 032
031 054
020
042
006
052
011
010
036
018
006
003
011
045 018
018
011
030
011
005
019 025
052 034
018
011
042
046
056
050 052
005
043
054
018
018
055 031
056
008
007
052
024
011
027
042
056
052
038
041
033
042
038
056 050
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KRIESLER
KUBA
LLOYD
LOEWE OPTA
LOGIK
LUXOR
MAGNADYNE
MAGNASONIC
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MATUI
MEMOREX
METZ
MGA
MINERVA
MINOLTA
MITSUBISHI
MTC
MULTITECH
MURPHY
NAONIS
NATIONAL
NEC
NECKERMANN
NOGAMATIC
NOKIA
CODE No.
042
042
005
045
043
011
014
008
033
041
038
019
004
010
000
014
017
055
006
017
011
008
011
042
040
004
002
042
003
050
NORDMENDE
039
035
OPTONICA
045
ORION
002
OSAKI
011
OTTO VERAND
043
P. CINEMA
014
PALLADIUM
041
PANASONIC
023
PATHE MARCONI 042
PENTAX
006
PERDIO
011
PHILIPS
012
029
PHONOLA
014
PORTLAND
020
PROLINE
011
PYE
014
QUARTZ
005
QUELLE
002
RADIOLA
045
RADIOMARELLI
041
RCA
019
REALISTIC
000
045
REX
042
SABA
039
056
042
031
030
052
018
027
038
029
031
014
025
003
043
046
027
005
031
018 031
011 045
054 037
054
007
049
013
011
056
052
042
041
056
005
052
042
052
014
052
041
033
056
046
010
025
014
051
056
007
042 052
042 056
038
052 053
027
040
052
014
031
045
045
046 018
018
029 031
045
018
029 031
044
031
054
003
046
056
042
005
011 013
052
056
052 035
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VCR Brand List
Brand
SAISHO
SALORA
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SBR
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SEI-SINUDYNE
SELECO
SENTRA
SHARP
SHINTOM
SIEMENS
SIERA
SINUDYNE
SONY
STERN
STS
SUNKAI
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEAC
TEKNIKA
TELEAVIA
TELEFUNKEN
TENOSAL
THOMSON
THORNFERGUSON
SAT Brand List
CODE No.
002
005
013
042
000
018
041
038
008
027
042
020
045
008
014
038
045
027
044
042
006
025
011
011
011
011
011
011
042
042
008
042
039
034
TOSHIBA
001
052
TOTELEVISION
013
UHER
042
ULTRA VOX
041
UNITECH
013
UNIVERSUM
041
URANYA
041
VECTOR
004
VICTOR
042
VIDITAL
041
WESTING HOUSE 041
WARDS
019
YAMAHA
004
ZANUSSI
042
ZENDER
052
ZOPPAS
042
010
017
019
025
Brand
027
032
003
029
042
005
025 038
056
050 052
011
045
031
056
052
046
105
048
043
055
031 054
016
052
026 028
031
015
056
017
017
042
042
056
056
052
052
056
052
042
036
042
030
052
056
017
014
043
042
056
052
056
ALBA
AMSTRAD
ARCON
ARISTONA
ASTRA
BLAUPUNKT
BUSH
CH.MASTER
CITY COM
DDC
DYNASAT
ECHOSTAR
EMME ESSE
FAIT
FERGUSON
FINLUX
FRACARRO
FTE
GOLDSTAR
GRAETZ
GROTHUSEN
GRUNDIG
HINARI
HIRSCHMANN
HITACHI
INGELEN
ITT
ITT-NOKIA
JERROLD
KATHREIN
KOSMOS
KRIESLER
LENCO
LUXOR
MAGAI
MARANTZ
MASPRO
MATSUSHITA
METZ
MINERVA
MULTISTAR
MURATO
NEC
NEIRU
NOKIA
NORSAT
PACE
PANASONIC
CODE No.
030
008
021
016
028
033
016
030
005
030
005
002
005
005
014
006
005
022
004
026
004
033
030
003
013
026
034
032
005
004
016
004
026
022
012
016
000
036
036
022
004
021
026
015
001
032
019
027
009
032
020
016
013
017 018
007
018
036
026
037
021
037
016
006
037
018
014
022
023
021
037
037
016
017
018
39
Programming the Remote
SAT Brand List
Brand
PHILIPS
PHONOLA
PROSAT
PYE
QUADRAL
QUELLE
RADIOLA
REDIFFUSION
SABA
SALORA
SAMSUNG
SAT PARTNER
SATPORTNER
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SIEMENS
SIERA
SILVA
SKY
STARCOM
STARSAT
TECHNISAT
TELEFUNKEN
TELESYSTEM
THORNFERGUSON
TRIAD
UNIDEN
UNITED CABLE
V TECHNOLOGY
VORTEC
ZENDER
40
TV Brand List
Brand
CODE No.
003
016
030
016
030
036
016
015
035
026
003
004
021
026
005
033
016
004
011
012
029
022
037
016
036
021
022
003
025
005
010
018
004
022
004
003
022
014
024
016
025
017
ADMIRAL
AKAI
ALBA
ALBIRAL
ALCATEL
AMSTRAD
ANAM
ARC EN CIEL
ARISTONA
CODE No.
050
093
068
116
022
021
000
028
099
149
ARTHUR MARTIN 053
123
ASA
050
ATLANTIC
099
AUDIOSONIC
054
AUSIND
053
AUTOVOX
099
069
BAIRD
083
BASICLINE
006
BAUR
011
BEKO
023
BLAUPUNKT
094
BRANDT
028
081
BRION VEGA
050
BRUNS
048
BSR
059
BUSH
033
CENTURY
098
CGE
016
136
CIHAN
065
CLARIVOX
048
CONDOR
099
CONTEC
087
CONTINENTAL
EDITION
028
081
CROSLEY
101
CROWN
147
CTC CLATRONIC 046
DAEWOO
089
DECCA
099
DEGRAAF
036
DIXI
049
DRYNATRON
049
DUAL
099
DUAL-TEC
096
DUMONT
046
ELBE
ELBIT
065
ELCIT
046
127
ELMAN
046
ELTA
090
EMERSON
098
134
049
039
049
078
139
125
055
111
123
043
050
145 081
019 142
117
128
057
120 122
144
055
019 057
049
100
039
102
040
111 114
043 145
050
110
068
101
101
132
124
050
124
074
079 136
079 132
039
040
043 145
050
109
060
063
115 118
132
057
116
073
103
050 109
113 134
116
111
090
141
099
050
016
097
132
132
050
Programming the Remote
TV Brand List
Brand
ERRES
EUROPHON
FERGUSON
FIDELITY
FINLUX
FISHER
FORGESTONE
FORMENTI
FORTRESS
FRABA
FRONTECH
FUJITSU
FUNAI
GBC
GEC
GELOSO
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANS
GORENJE
GREATZ
GRANADA
GRUNDIG
HANSEATIC
HANTAREX
HEMMERMANN
HIFIVOX
HINARI
HITACHI
HYPER
IMPERIAL
INGELEN
INNO HIT
INTERFUNK
IRRADIO
ITT
JVC
KTV
CODE No.
049
098
115
146
061
099
034
109
015
136
149
099
137
075
054
025
054
109
099
088
103
092
075
033
066
001
128
033
142
094
112
033
139
097
127
028
033
014
145
067
091
093
016
133
001
129
093
077
047
109
091
093
001
122
130
033
099
142
046
132
040
116
149
046
113
048
053
Brand
097
099 051
041
149
150 057
053
073
050
055 057
074 079
052 109
109
111 125
KAISUI
KARCHER
KENDO
KENNEDY
KORTING
KRIESLER
LENOIR
LOEWE OPTA
LOGIK
LUMA
LUXOR
MAGNADYNE
059
132
060
109
003
076
049
136
058
129
099
115
100
114
047
111
039
045
033
056
117
081
099
101
MAGNAFON
109
115 134
132
017
077
060
134 090
099 049
090
077
109
130
049
125
057
082
099
122 123
134
058 060
134
058 108
049 109
043
143
034
109
132
088
145
090
036
139
134
081
124
079 132
099
110
084
MARANTZ
MATSUI
McMICHAEL
MEMOREX
METZ
MINERVA
MISTRAL
MITSUBISHI
MIVAR
MULTITECH
MURPHY
MAONIS
NATIONAL
NEC
NECKERMANN
NEI
NIKKAI
NOBLEX
NOBLIKO
NOGAMATIC
NOKIA
058
130
098
090
049
142
109
134
097
122 128
NORDMENDE
099 143
050
123
145 058
128 129
143
140
123
134
053
058
128
135
077
105
148
083
OCEANIC
ONCEAS
OPTONICA
ORION
OSAKI
OSIO
OSUME
OTTO VERSAND
P.T ACTTRON
PAEL
PANASONIC
090
109
129
089
CODE No.
006
006
098
144
050
099
149
099
008
115
118
049
058
129
046
115
046
115
049
090
068
088
090
094
094
149
033
062
138
097
046
134
096
042
033
099
049
060
015
098
028
001
122
130
028
131
109
099
137
090
060
077
087
033
065
099
030
019
059
049
078
109
111
050
019 142
097
072
149
120
139
135
097
127
097
047
049 050
134
117
083
103
132
099
120 123
050 109
051 053
099
134
106
060 118
050
100
114
057
133
058 114
035
118
047
119
049 050
148 080
099
099
115
115
077
136
144
104
085
050
019
109
110 134
139
120 136
046
039
140
123
134
032
091
064
099
043
058
128
135
039
081
123
053
145
105
148
083
043
059
118
068 127
047
049
109 139
053
042
095
104 107
057
081
109
129
089
145
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Programming the Remote
TV Brand List
Brand
SELECO
121
111
126
116
132
030
079
010
049
149
053
049
078
049
101
132
013
050
078
109
050
050
136
018
019
088
111
019
145
091
098
124
098
049
099
148
QUASAR
046
QUELLE
047
055
113
074
RADIOLA
099
149
RADIOMARELLI
046
062
RANK
074
RBM
074
REDIFFUSION
062
REX
096
069
ROBOTRON
048
RTF
048
SABA
028
040
115
SAISHO
090
SALORA
053
123
SAMBERS
046
077
SAMPO
121
SAMSUNG
015
136
SANYO
001
048
054
SBR
049
SCHAUB LORENZ 001
128
SCHNEIDER
096
019
149
SEG
046
SEI
059
097
053
115 134
SILVER
SINGER
SINUDYNE
SONOKO
SONY
097
054
049
149
097
099
057
114
128
049
078
097
127
053
134
STERN
050
078
051
100
058
118
019 142
053
049
111
123
TANDBERG
TANDY
TASHIKO
TATUNG
050
019 142
103
132
050 109
PATHE CINEMA
PERDIO
PHILCO
PHILIPS
PHOENIX
PHONOLA
PIONEER
PRANDONIPRINCE
PREMIER
PRINCE
PROTECH
PYE
42
Brand
CODE No.
109
099
060
016
124
009
099
148
099
099
149
020
123
144
134
050
050
031
043
120
099
139
125
097
026
090
002
060
142
058
129
099
141
078
109
024
142
SHARP
SIAREM
SICATEL
SIEMENS
SIERA
125
142
077
053
112
073
TEC
TELEAVIA
TELEFUNKEN
134
019
TELETECH
TELEVIDEON
TENSAI
THOMSON
141 110
THORNFERGUSON
032
097
086
118
117
128
051
037
050
091
119
120
135
053
039
145
081
068
122
083
115
TOCOM
TOSHIBA
TRANS
CONTINENTS
UHER
ULTRA VOX
099
054 077
005
113
136
148
109
130
049
109
132
033 044
118 071
UNIVERSUM
UNIVOX
VEGAVOX
VOXSON
WATSON
WATT RADIO
149
122
134
050
142
WEGA
WHITE
WESTINGHOUSE
YOKO
ZANUSSI
088
123
052
125
ZOPPAS
CODE No.
016
110
033
046
116
005
114
099
149
054
016
127
049
146
118
096
134
133
099
002
099
118
096
028
091
028
091
090
099
049
012
043
096
069
087
097
144
134
137
050
019 141
094
087
049
078
036
100 111
050
019 142
046
046
090
007
050
050
109
059 109
027
033 038
144
019
110 069
060
033
060
137
063
065 115
099
039
081
041
132
040
043 145
145
150 086
053
109
111 125
028
145
032
091
039 040
081
014
057
029
004
040
061
041
116
054 150
149 086
016
033
070 074
098
052
098
120
092
116
079
050
111
046
127
033
097
111
046
053
125
099
134
034
054
077
051
109 116
099
099
096
134
096
111
144
019
110 069
144
019
110 134
109 115
050 109
134
099
Troubleshooting
In case of any trouble with this unit, please take the time to look
through this chart and see if you can solve the problem yourself
before you call your dealer or a LUXMAN service center.
No power
e Check the connection to the AC wall outlet.
Playback does not start.
e Reload the disc with the label side UP.
e If the disc is dirty, clean the surface of the disc.
e A blank disc has been loaded. Load a prerecorded disc.
e Check the region code of the DVD.
PROHIBIT icon A appears on the screen.
e The operation is not permitted by the disc or the unit.
e Note that during playback of a title part (cautions, software
maker's logo, etc.), most operations are prohibited by the
disc.
e If another operation is still in process, wait a moment and try
again.
Picture playback stops and operation buttons do not work.
eTurn the unit off and back on again and restart the playback.
No picture.
e Turn on the TV.
e Check that the system is connected properly.
e Make sure you have selected the proper video input on the
TV so that you can view the pictures from the DVD player.
e If your TV is not compatible with progressive scan, do not
set the progressive mode on. (See page 9)
Picture noise.
e 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.
The image is distorted or monochromatic.
e The color system selected does not match your TV. Press
the NTSC/PAL button of the remote control unit once or
twice.
e Select the aspect ratio to match your TV.
The aspect ratio of the screen cannot be changed.
e The aspect ratio might be fixed by the disc.
e Depending on the TV, you may not be able to change the
aspect ratio.
There is no sound or only a very low-level sound is heard.
e Check that the speakers and components are connected
securely.
e Check the operation of the connected component.
e Check the Downmix setting. (See page 32)
e The sound is muted during pause, slow-motion, fast forward/reverse, and stepping playback. Press the PLAY button
to resume normal playback.
Severe hum or noise is heard.
e Check that the speakers and components are connected
securely.
e This unit cannot play such discs as CD-ROMs. Use a
playable disc.
Remote control doesn't work.
e If the batteries are dead, change the batteries.
e Use remote control unit within the range (5m /15ft) and point
at the front panel.
e Clear obstacles between the remote control unit and the
main unit.
e If a strong light is near the unit, turn it off.
Sound skips.
e Place the unit on a stable place to avoid vibration and shock.
e If the disc is dirty, clean the surface of the disc.
e Don't use scratched, damaged or warped discs.
Playback sound isn’t full.
e If you are listening to multi-channel sound through 2CH
AUDIO OUT, set Downmix setting to Stereo or Lt/Rt.
Some settings in the SETUP menu do not appear.
e Setup Menu mode is set to "Expert". (See page 36)
Cannot play multi-channel audio.
e Set the Downmix to “Multi-Channel”.
e Check that the settings in the Speaker Setting screen are
correct.
e Display the disc menu and select a multi-channel audio.
No digital audio output.
e Check that Digital Out setting is not set to Off.
Cannot output 96kHz or 88.2kHz digital audio.
e Check that 96K LPCM Out is not set to 96K > 48K.
e Some copy protected discs do not output high sampling rate
digital audio.
ANGLE mark doesn't appear on the screen.
e Set both the Angle Indicator option and the On Screen
Display option to “On”.
If normal operation cannot be recovered, unplug the power cord
from the outlet and plug it in again. This resets the internal
micro-computer which can be disturbed during electrical
storms, power interruptions, et cetera.
Beware of condensation
When the unit (or a disc) is moved from a cold to a warm place, or
used after a sudden temperature change, there is a danger of
condensation; vapor in the air could condense on the internal
mechanism, making correct operation impossible. To prevent this,
or if this occurs, leave the unit for one or two hours with the
power turned on. Then the unit will stabilize at the temperature of
its surroundings.
Maintenance
If the surface of the unit gets dirty, wipe with a soft cloth or use
diluted neutral cleaning liquid. Be sure to remove any fluid completely. Do not use thinner, benzine or alcohol as they may damage the surface of the unit.
43
Specifications
DVD Player
Signal system:
PAL/NTSC
Laser:
Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650/790 nm
Frequency range:
DVD: 2 Hz to 22 kHz (fs:48kHz)
2 Hz to 44 kHz (fs:96kHz)
CD: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
SACD: 2 Hz to 100 kHz
Signal-to-noise rating (DVD):
105 dB
Audio dynamic range (DVD):
100 dB
Harmonic distortion (DVD):
0.005%
Wow and flutter:
Below measurable level
(less than ± 0.001% (W.PEAK))
Operating conditions:
Temperature: 5˚C to 35˚C
Operation status: Horizontal
Outputs
Video output:
RCA jack x 1
1.0 V (p-p), 75 1, negative sync.
S-video output:
S-video jack x 1
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 1, negative sync.
(C) 0.3 V (p-p) 75 1
Component output:
RCA jack x1
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 1, negative sync.
(PB, PR) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 1
AV connector output:
SCART x1
Audio output (digital audio):
RCA jack x 1,
1.15 V (p-p), 75 1
OPTICAL digital jack x 1
Audio output (analog audio):
RCA jack x 1 (2CH),
2.1 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB)
RCA jack x 1 (6CH)
44
General
Power supply:
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption:
17 W
Weight:
4.24Kg
External dimensions (W x H x D):
440 x 97.3 x 304.5 mm
Accessories
Audio cable (RCA) x 1
Video cable (RCA) x 1
Optical cable x 1
Owner's manual x 1
Remote control x1
Battery (AAA, R03, UM-4) x2
< Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
< Weight and dimensions are approximate.
< Illustrations may differ slightly from production models.
LUXMAN CORPORATION, JAPAN
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