Philips PET718/55 User manual

Philips PET718/55 User manual

Portable DVD Player

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Modelo:

Descripción:

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Descripción:

PET718/55

Adaptador ca/cc

100–240V~ 50–60 Hz 9,0Vcc 2,0A

Reproductor de DVD portátil

Alimentación:

Consumo:

Importador:

Domicilio:

9,0Vcc 2,0A

18 W

Philips Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.

Av. La palma No. 6

Col. San Fernando la Herradura, Huixquilucan

Localidad y Telefono: Edo. de México C.P. 52784

Tel. 52 69 90 00

Exportador:

País de Origen:

Nº de Serie:

Philips Electronics Hong Kong Ltd.

China

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LEA CUIDADOSAMENTE ESTE INSTRUCTIVO

ANTES DE USAR SU APARATO.

AVISO IMPORTANTE

Philips Mexicana, S.A. de C.V. no se hace responsable por daños o desperfectos causados por:

– Maltrato, descuido o mal uso, presencia de insectos o roedores (cucarachas, ratones etc.).

– Cuando el aparato no haya sido operarado de acuerdo con el instructivo del uso, fuera de los valores nominales y tolerancias de las tensiones (voltaje), frecuencia (ciclaje) de alimentación eléctrica y las características que deben reunir las instalaciones auxiliares.

– Por fenómenos naturales tales como: temblores, inundaciones, incendios, descargas eléctricas, rayos etc. o delitos causados por terceros (choques asaltos, riñas, etc.).

English

FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW

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Main unit controls

( see figure

1)

1 OPEN .....................Open the disc door to insert or remove disc.

2 OK ..........................Confirm a selection.

3 3, 4, 1, 2 ...........Navigate in a menu.

...........(

1 / 2) search backward/forward in a disc at different speeds.

4 AV OUT/DVD .........Switch between DVD and AV OUT modes.

5 MENU.....................Enter or exit the disc contents menu.

6 J( / § ..................Skip to the previous/next chapter, track or title.

7 2

;

.........................Start or interrupt playback.

8 9 .............................Stop playback or erase a program.

9 IR.............................Remote sensor.

0 POWER and CHG..Power and charge indicator.

Left of player ( see figure

1)

!

....................Power supply socket.

@ AV OUT... ...............Audio/Video output jack.

#

...................Volume control.

$

...............Headphone jacks.

% ON/OFF...................Switch the power on/off.

FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW

Remote controls

( see figure

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1 SETUP .............................Enter or exit the system menu.

2 DVD MENU.....................Enter or exit the disc contents menu.

3 3, 4, 1, 2 .....................Navigate in a menu.

.....................(

1 / 2) search backward/forward in a disc at different speeds.

4 OK ....................................Confirm a selection.

5 PROGRAM ......................Enter the program menu.

6 DISPLAY..........................Display information on TFT during playback.

7 PREV/NEXT J( / § ......Skip to the previous/next chapter, track or title.

8 PLAY/PAUSE 2

;

............Start or interrupt playback.

9 STOP 9............................Stop playback or erase a program.

0 TITLE................................Display the disc title

! Numeric Keypad (0-9) ..Input numbers.

@ REPEAT ...........................Repeat a chapter/track/title.

# A-B...................................Repeat playback of a specific section on a disc.

$ ZOOM ..............................Enlarge or reduce a picture or active image on the TFT.

% SUBTITLE........................Select a subtitle language.

^ AUDIO .............................Select an audio language when playing a DVD disc or select an audio mode (Stereo, Mono-Left or

Mono-Right) when playing a VCD/CD disc.

CAUTION

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.

INTRODUCTION

Your portable DVD player

Your portable DVD player plays digital video discs conforming to the universal

DVD Video standard. With it, you will be able to enjoy full-length movies with true cinema picture quality, and stereo or multichannel sound (depending on the disc and on your playback set-up).

The unique features of DVD-Video, such as selection of soundtrack and subtitle languages, and of different camera angles (again depending on the disc), are all included.

What’s more, parental lock lets you decide which discs your children will be able to see. You will find your player remarkably easy to use with the On-Screen

Display and player display in combination with the remote control.

Unpacking

• Portable DVD player

• Car adaptor (12V)

• User Manual

• Quick Start Guide

• AC power adaptor, DSA-20R-12F (DVE)

Placement

• Remote Control

• Audio / Video cable

• Warranty

• PAC132 second LCD screen

• Place the player on a firm, flat surface.

• Keep away from domestic heating equipment and direct sunlight.

• If the player cannot read CDs/DVDs correctly, try using a commonly available cleaning CD/DVD to clean the lens before taking the player to be repaired. Other cleaning methods may destroy the lens.

• Always keep the disc door closed to avoid dust on the lens.

• The lens may cloud over when the player is suddenly moved from cold to warm surroundings. It is then not possible to play a CD/DVD. Leave the player in a warm environment until the moisture evaporates.

INTRODUCTION

About Built-in Rechargeable Battery

Precautions related to battery recharge

1

Once the battery is fully discharged, immediately recharge it (regardless of whether you plan to use the battery or not) in order to maximize the battery life. When the power is low, the battery icon will be shown on the upper-left corner of the TFT for warning.

2

To charge the battery, please directly connect this DVD player to AC mains and the charge indicator will turn on.

Using and maintaining your rechargeable batteries

1

Please make sure you always use only the AC adapter included with the player to recharge your batteries.

2

Recharge efficiency will degrade when the environmental temperature drops below 50 o F (10 o C) or exceed 95 o F (35 o C).

3

The lasting time of the fully charged battery when a headphone is connected to the DVD player is approximately 2 hours.

Playable disc formats

In addition to DVD-Video disc, you will also be able to play all Video CDs and audio CDs (including CDR, CDRW,DVD

±

R and DVD

±

RW).

DVD-Video

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

CD with JPEG files

You can also view JPEG still photos on this player.

INTRODUCTION

Video CD

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

Audio CD / MP3 CD

Audio CDs / MP3-CD contain music tracks only. You can play them in the conventional way through a stereo system using the keys on the remote control and/or main unit, or via the TV using the On Screen Display (OSD).

GENERAL INFORMATION

Power Sources

This unit operates on a supplied AC adapter, car adapter, or the built-in Ni-MH battery.

• Make sure that the input voltage of the AC adaptor is in line with the local voltage. Otherwise, the AC adaptor and unit may be damaged.

• Do not touch the AC adaptor with wet hands to prevent electric shock.

• When connecting with car power (cigarette lighter) adaptor, be sure the input voltage of the adaptor is identical with car voltage.

• Unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet when the unit is not used for long periods of time.

• Hold the plug to disconnect the AC adaptor. Do not pull the power cord.

Safety and maintenance

• Do not disassemble the unit for laser rays are dangerous to eyes.

Any service should be done by qualified service personnel.

• Unplug the AC adaptor to cut the power if liquid or objects get inside the unit.

• Take care not to drop the unit or subject it to strong shocks, which may cause malfunction.

• Important (for models with by-packed headphones): Philips guarantees compliance with the maximum sound power of its audio players as determined by relevant regulatory bodies only with the original model of provided headphones. In case this one needs replacement, we recommend that you contact your retailer to order a model identical to that of the original provided by Philips.

• Traffic safety: do not use while driving or cycling as you may cause an accident

• Do not expose to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.

• This product is not waterproof: do not allow your player to be submersed in water. Water entering the player may cause major damage.

• Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene, or abrasives as these may harm the player.

• The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g. liquid filled objects,lighted candles)

• Do not touch the lens!

• Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.

• Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.

Note: When the player is in use for a long period of time, the surface will be

heated. This is normal.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hearing Safety

Listen at a moderate volume:

• Using headphones at a high volume can impair your hearing. This product can produce sounds in decibel ranges that may cause hearing loss for a normal person, even for exposure less than a minute. The higher decibel ranges are offered for those that may have already experienced some hearing loss.

• Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing "comfort level" adapts to higher volumes of sound. So after prolonged listening, what sounds "normal" can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. To guard against this, set your volume to a safe level before your hearing adapts and leave it there.

To establish a safe volume level:

• Set your volume control at a low setting.

• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, without distortion.

Listen for reasonable periods of time:

• Prolonged exposure to sound, even at normally "safe" levels, can also cause hearing loss.

• Be sure to use your equipment reasonably and take appropriate breaks.

Be sure to observe the following guidelines when using your headphones:

• Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable periods of time.

• Be careful not to adjust the volume as your hearing adapts.

• Do not turn up the volume so high that you can't hear what's around you.

• You should use caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.

• Do not use headphones while operating a motorized vehicle, cycling, skateboarding, etc.; it may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Handling discs

• Do not attach paper or tape to the disc.

• Keep the disc away from direct sunlight or heat sources.

• Store the disc in a disc case after playback.

• To clean, wipe the disc outwards from the center with a soft, lint-free clean cloth.

On handling the LCD screen

The LCD is manufactured using high precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black points and/or bright points(red,blue,green) that continuously appear on the LCD. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.

Environmental information

We have reduced the packaging to its minimum and made it easy to separate into mono materials: cardboard, PS, PE and PET.

Your set consists of material which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations to dispose of packaging, exhausted batteries and old equipment.

Copyright information

All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.

Unauthorized duplication of any recordings downloaded from the internet or made from CDs / VCDs / DVDs is a violation of copyright laws and international treaties.

PREPARATIONS

Power supply

Using the AC / DC adaptor

Connect the supplied adapter to the set and the main power supply (as shown).

TIP

To avoid damage to the player, switch off before plugging or unplugging the

AC adaptor.

Using the car adapter

Connect the supplied car adapter to the set and the car cigarette lighter outlet.

TIP

• To avoid damage to the player, switch off before plugging or unplugging the car adaptor.

• When connecting with car power (cigarette lighter) adaptor, be sure the input voltage of the adaptor is identical with car voltage.

• Make sure the temperature is below 35oC when the DVD player is connected to DC 16.0V in a car.

Powering your remote control

1

Open the battery compartment. Remove the protective plastic tab (first time users only).

2

Insert 1 x lithium 3V battery, type CR2025, then close the compartment.

CAUTION

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Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of properly.

-

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.

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Incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage and will corrode the compartment or cause the batteries to burst.

PREPARATIONS

Connections

Connecting headphones

Connect the headphones into the n1 or the n2 jack of your set.

Connecting additional equipment

• Turn off your set before connecting to any additional equipment.

• You can connect the player to a TV or an amplifier to enjoy DVDs or karaoke.

AV OUT

Connect the desired device to this terminal directly.

Connection

(right)

Color

White

Red

Yellow

Video

Yellow

Not supplied

Audio (Left)

White

TV

Audio

Red

GENERAL EXPLANATION

About this manual

This manual gives the basic instructions for operating this DVD player.

Some DVD discs however are produced in a way that requires specific operation or allows only limited operation during playback. In these cases the player may not respond to all operating commands. When this occurs, please refer to the instructions in the disc inlay. When a “ ” appears on the screen, the operation is not permitted by the player or the disc.

Remote control operation

• Unless otherwise stated, all operations can be carried out with the remote control. Always point the remote control directly at the player, making sure there are no obstructions in the path of the infrared beam.

• When there are corresponding keys on the main unit, they can also be used.

Menu navigation

• Your player has an intuitive menu navigation system to guide you through various settings and operations.

• Use the function keys to activate / disable relevant operations.

• Use

3, 4, 1, 2 to browse through menus.

• Press OK key to confirm your selection.

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Switching on for OSD language setup

English is the default language of your player’s on screen display. You may choose to use Spanish, Portuguese or English for your player’s on screen display.

Region

Latin America

OSD Language Options

Spanish, Portuguese, English

1

Slide the POWER switch to ON to switch on the player.

2

Press SETUP for the setup menu.

3

Select General Setup Page and press OK.

4

Scroll and select OSD Language and press

2 to select from OSD language options.

5

Select your preferred language and press OK.

Loading discs and switching on

1

Press OPEN to open the disc door.

2

Insert your chosen disc, label side up (also when a double sided

DVD disc is inserted). Make sure it is sitting properly in the correct recess.

3

Gently push to close the door.

4

Slide the POWER switch to ON to switch on the player.

TIP

A normal mechanical noise is heard during playback.

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Playing a DVD disc

After switching on, inserting the disc and closing the door, playback starts automatically. The screen shows the type of disc loaded. The disc may invite you to select an item from a menu. Use the

3, 4, 1, 2 keys to highlight your selection,and press OK.

Note: Since it is usual for DVD movies to be released at different times in different regions of the world, all players have region codes and discs can have an optional region code. If you load a disc of a different region code to your player, you will see the region code notice on the screen. The disc will not play, and should be unloaded.

Playing an audio or video CD disc

• After switching on, inserting the disc and closing the door, playback starts automatically. The screen shows the type of disc loaded as well as information about the disc’s contents.

• While playing VCD with MTV/Karaoke, press number keys(0-9) to select the track and press

2

;

or OK to play the track.

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Playing an MP3 CD

The following playback features are available for MP3 CDs.

Please refer to the corresponding sections for more information.

Volume control, skipping tracks, searching, repeat, shuffle, etc.

Use the

3, 4 keys to highlight your selected music folder.

Press OK to play.

Playing a JPEG discs

Use the

3, 4, 1, 2 keys to highlight your selected picture folder.

Press OK. The player will then automatically enter the slide show mode.

During playback, you can:

• Use the

1, 2 to rotate the picture.

• Use the

3 to flip up/down.

• Use the

4 to flip left/right.

• Press DVD MENU to go back to folder screen.

• Press

9 to go to group preview.

• Use the

3, 4, 1, 2 to highlight the preview picture and access the on-screen functions.

• Press ZOOM repeatedly to display the picture with different scales.

• Use the

3, 4, 1, 2 to view the zoomed picture (for picture zoomed in only).

Note: Unless stated otherwise, all operations described are based on remote control operation.

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GENERAL FEATURESS

Moving to another title / track / chapter

When a disc has more than one title or track, you can move to another title/track/chapter as follows:

• Press

§ briefly during play to select the next title/ track / chapter.

• Press

J( briefly during play to step back to the previous title/track/chapter.

• To go directly to any title, track or chapter, enter the corresponding number using the numerical keys (0-9).

Search

During playback, press

2 repeatedly for the following forward search options:

Press

1 repeatedly for the following backward search options:

1 2

2 X backwards 2 X forward

4 X backwards 4 X forward

8 X backwards

16 X backwards

32 X backwards normal speed

8 X forward

16 X forward

32 X forward normal speed

Press OK or

2

;

to resume normal playback.

GENERAL FEATURES

Changing the audio output (for VCD/CD)

Press AUDIO repeatedly for the following audio options.

x 1 x 3

Mono left

Stereo x 2 Mono right

TIP

This key is used to select audio languages during DVD playback.

ZOOM

The Zoom function allows you to enlarge the video image and to pan through the enlarged image. Press ZOOM repeatedly to select the following zooming options.

Zoom x 1 2X

Zoom x 3 4X

Zoom x 2

Zoom x 4

3X normal

TIP

During JPEG operation, the sequence is 100%, 125%, 150%, 200%, 50%,

75% and normal.

REPEAT

Press REPEAT repeatedly for the following repeat options:

DVD actions MP3 actions x 1 repeats chapter repeats one x 2 repeats title x 3 repeats all x 4 cancels repeat repeats folder cancels repeat

CD actions JPEG actions repeats track repeats one repeats all repeats all cancels repeat cancels repeat

GENERAL FEATURES

TIP

The repeat function is also available for JPEG etc. The actions may vary for different media being played.

Repeat A - B

To repeat or loop a sequence in a title:

• Press A

-

B at your chosen starting point;

A appears on the screen.

• Press A

-

B again at your chosen end point;

AB appears on the display, and the repeat sequence begins.

• To exit the sequence, press A

-

B.

Volume Control

• Use the rotary switch on the left side of the unit to increase or decrease playback volume.

GENERAL FEATURES

DISPLAY

Press DISPLAY on the remote repeatedly for the following display options: x 1 x 2 x 3 x 4

X5

DVD

Title elapsed

Title remained

Chapter elapsed

Chapter remained

Display off

CD/VCD

Single elapsed

Single remained

Total elapsed

Total remained

Display off

TIP

During JPEG operation, pressing this button enables you to select 17 slideshow modes.

PROGRAM

1

During playback, press PROGRAM on the remote to enter a program menu.

2

Use the numerical keys 0-9 to directly input the tracks or chapters (single track number with digit "0" in front, for example "05").

3

Move the cursor by pressing

1 2 to select START and then press OK to start program playback.

SPECIAL DVD FEATURES

Checking the contents of DVD-Video discs: DVD MENU.

For titles and chapters, selection menus may be included on the disc.

The DVD’s menu feature allows you to make selections from these menus. Press the appropriate numerical key; or use the

3, 4, 1, 2 keys to highlight your selection, and press OK.

Disc menu

Press DVD MENU. The menu may list, for example, camera angles, spoken language and subtitle options, and chapters for the title.

C

hanging the language

Press AUDIO. If the current disc has different language options, this now appears on the screen.

Press AUDIO repeatedly until you have reached your desired language option.

Subtitle

Press SUBTITLE. If the current disc has different subtitles options, this now appears on the screen.

Press SUBTITLE repeatedly until you have reached your desired subtitles option.

TIP

The above two features depend on whether your disc contains any language or subtitle options.

SPECIAL DVD FEATURES

Playing a title

1

Press DVD MENU to enter the disc title menu.

2

Use

1 2 3 4 or numeric keys (0-9) to select a play option.

3

Press OK to confirm.

SETUP OPERATIONS

To maximize your playback experience, use SETUP to fine tune your settings.

Use the

3,4,1, 2 keys to highlight your selection, and press OK.

1 Press SETUP. A list of features is shown.

2 Use the

3 4 keys to highlight your selection.

When the cursor highlights these settings, press OK to:

General Setup Page

Video Setup Page select display and other options select video options

Password Setup Page select password options

Preference Page select playback preferences

3 Press

1 to abort current settings or go back to previous menu level.

4 Press SETUP to exit.

General Setup Page

When the cursor highlights these settings, press OK to:

Angle Mark select angle mark display options

OSD Language select onscreen display language

Screen Saver select screen saver options

Last Memory select last playback memory options

Press

1 to abort current settings or go back to previous menu level.

Note: Before using the

3,4 keys to select your desired angle mark, ensure the

disc has been recorded with angle mark and you have enabled the angle mark option in the system menu.

SETUP OPERATIONS

Video Setup Page

When the cursor highlights these settings, press OK to:

Brightness select brightness level

Contrast select contrast level

Press

1 to abort current settings or go back to previous menu level

Password Setup Page

When the cursor highlights these settings, press OK to:

Password change existing password (3308 by default)

Press

1 to abort current settings or go back to previous menu level

Note: Parental options are only selectable when password mode is deactivated.

Preference Page

When the cursor highlights these settings, press OK to:

Audio

Subtitle

Disc Menu

Parental select audio language options select subtitle language options select disc menu language options select parental options

Default restore factory settings

Press

1 to abort current settings or go back to previous menu level.

PAC132 SECONDARY LCD SCREEN

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1

2

3

4

Left side of the player

1 DC IN ....................DC power input jack

2 DC OUT .................DC power output jack

3 AV IN .....................Audio/Video input

4 ON/OFF...................Switch the player on / off

Right side of the player

5 Headphone jack

6 Brightness ...........Finetune the TFT screen brightness

7 VOLUME ..............Volume control

7 6

PAC132 SECONDARY LCD SCREEN

Connection

Make sure that the primary DVD player, secondary LCD screen and any other electrical equipment are switched off before connection.

Use in a car

3

4

2

Primary DVD player PAC132

1 Mount the devices to the headrest with the mounting kits.

2 Connect the power plug of the car adaptor to PAC132.

3 Connect the power source to the primary DVD player using the power cord.

4 Connect the audio/visual cable to the devices.

PAC132 SECONDARY LCD SCREEN

Use at home

2

3

1

Primary DVD player PAC132

1 Connect the AC/DC power adaptor to PAC132.

2 Connect the power source to the primary DVD player using the power cord.

3 Connect the audio/visual cable to the devices.

Connect to headphone

Connect the headphones to the right side of the player for private listening.

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PAC132 SECONDARY LCD SCREEN

Connect to camcorder

2

1

You can connect the player to your camcorder to view video on a bigger screen.

1 Connect PAC132 to the power source.

2 Connect the camcorder to PAC132 using the audio/video cable

You can adjust the volume and the brightness of the display screen during video playback.

Enjoyment

Power on

1 Power on the connected device, such as the primary DVD player, camcorder etc.

2 Power on PAC132

3 PAC132 will automatically playback the video content

4 Power off all the devices after viewing

Volume control

Adjust the volume control on the right side of the player.

Screen brightness

Use the rotary switch on the right side of the unit to finetune the TFT screen brightness.

PAC132 SECONDARY LCD SCREEN

Technical data

TFT screen size

Weight

Power supply

Power Consumption

Operating temperature range

Video system

7 inches

0.37 kg / 0.81 lb

DC 9-12V, 2A

) 20W

0 - 50°C (32 - 122°F)

NTSC / PAL / AUTO

TROUBLESHOOTING

If it appears that the DVD-Video player is faulty, first consult this checklist.

It may be that something has been overlooked.

WARNING

Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself as this will invalidate the guarantee.

If a fault occurs, first check the points listed, before taking the set for repair. If you are unable to solve a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service centre.

Symptom Remedy

No power

– Check if both plugs of the mains cord are properly connected.

– Check if there is power at the AC outlet by plugging in another appliance.

– Check if the built-in battery is drained.

– Check if car adaptor is connected appropriately.

Distorted picture

– Check the disc for fingerprints and clean with a soft cloth, wiping from centre to edge.

– Sometimes a small amount of picture distortion may appear. This is not a malfunction.

Completely distorted picture / no colour in the TV screen

No sound

– The PAL/NTSC setting may be in the wrong status. Match your TV’s setting with the player’s setting.

– Check audio connections. If using a HiFi amplifier, try another sound source.

Disc can’t be played

– Ensure the disc label is upwards.

– Clean the disc.

– Check if the disc is defective by trying another disc.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Symptom Remedy

The player does not respond to the remote control

– Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on the front of the player. Avoid all obstacles that may interfere with the signal path. Inspect or replace the batteries.

Distorted or B/W picture with DVD

– Use only discs formatted according to the

TV-set used (PAL/NTSC).

Player does not respond

– Operations are not permitted by the disc.

to all operating commands

– Refer to the instructions in the disc inlay.

during playback

Player feels warm

– When the player is in use for a long period of time, the surface will be heated.

This is normal.

Display goes dimmer when – The unit is saving power to ensure longer

AC is unplugged

playtime with battery. It is normal.

Adjust the brightness using the rotary brightness control.

No sound (PAC132)

No video (PAC132)

– Make sure that the LCD screen is switched on and is in the correct video mode.

– Make sure that your system connection is properly connected.

– Make sure the video source is correct.

– Make sure all the connected devices are switched on.

– Make sure that the system is properly connected.

– Make sure that video playback has already started on the primary device, such as DVD player, camcorder.

– Make sure that the video out function on the primary device has been activated.

Dimensions

Power supply

Power Consumption

Operating temperature range

Laser wavelength

Video system

Frequency response

Signal/noise ratio

Audio distortion + noise

Channel separation

Dynamic range

Output

Audio out (analog audio)

Load impedance:

Video out Output level:

Load impedance:

TECHNICAL DATA

203 x 40.4 x 149 mm

DC 9V 2.0A

18W

0 - 45°C

650nm

PAL/NTSC

20Hz ~ 20KHz ± 1dB

* 80dB

) -80(1KHz)

* 80dB

* 80dB

Output level: 2V ± 10%

10K1

1Vp - p ± 20%

751

PHILIPS reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice.

Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.

All rights reserved.

NOTES

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PALMEIRA DOS INDIOS

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MACAPA

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ALAGOINHAS

BARREIRAS

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CAMACARI

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ESPLANADA

EUNAPOLIS

FEIRA DE SANTANA

FEIRA DE SANTANA

GANDU

ILHEUS

IRECE

ITABERABA

ITABUNA

ITAPETINGA

JACOBINA

JEQUIE

JUAZEIRO

JUAZEIRO

LAURO DE FREITAS

MURITIBA

PAULO AFONSO

POCOES

RIBEIRA DO POMBAL

SALVADOR

SALVADOR

SALVADOR

SALVADOR

SANTO AMARO

SENHOR DO BONFIM

SERRINHA

STO ANTONIO JESUS

TEIXEIRA DE FREITAS

VALENCA

VITORIA DA CONQUISTA

CEARÁ

BREJO SANTO

CRATEUS

CRATO

FORTALEZA

FORTALEZA

IBIAPINA

IGUATU

ITAPIPOCA

JUAZEIRO DO NORTE

LIMOEIRO DO NORTE

OROS

SOBRAL

TIANGUA

UBAJARA

DISTRITO FEDERAL

BRASILIA

BRASILIA

GAMA

ESPÍRITO SANTO

ALEGRE

ARACRUZ

BAIXO GUANDU

68-33224432

68-32217642

68-32249116

82-5222367

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82-4213452

82-32811305

96-2175934

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71-2675000

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71-36218288

75-32782767

75-6212839

75-4271454

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75-2213427

73-32541664

73-2315995

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75-32413171

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73-30111600

75-6413710

77-34241183

88-5310133

88-6910019

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85-32875506

85-40088555

88-36531223

88-35810512

88-6312030

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88-4231938

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88-36713336

88-6341233

61-32269898

61-33016666

61-5564840

28-35526349

27-32561251

27-37321142

BARRA S FRANCISCO

CASTELO

COLATINA

GUARAPARI

LINHARES

S GABRIEL DA PALHA

SAO MATEUS

VILA VELHA

VITORIA

GOÍAS

ANAPOLIS

CACU

CALDAS NOVAS

CATALAO

FORMOSA

GOIANIA

GOIANIA

GOIATUBA

INHUMAS

IPAMERI

ITAPURANGA

ITUMBIARA

JUSSARA

LUZIANIA

MINEIROS

PIRES DO RIO

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RIO VERDE

TRINDADE

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MARANHÃ O

ACAILANDIA

BACABAL

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CODO

CODO

COELHO NETO

IMPERATRIZ

PEDREIRAS

PRESIDENTE DUTRA

SANTA INES

SAO JOSE DE RIBAMAR

SAO LUIS

SAO LUIS

MATO GROSSO

ALTA FLORESTA

ALTO ARAGUAIA

BARRA DO GARGAS

CUIABA

LUCAS DO RIO VERDE

PONTES E LACERDA

PRIMAVERA DO LESTE

RONDONOPOLIS

SINOP

TANGARA DA SERRA

VARZEA GRANDE

MATO GROSSO DO SUL

AMAMBAI

CAMPO GRANDE

CAMPO GRANDE

CAMPO GRANDE

DOURADOS

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NAVIRAI

NOVA ANDRADINA

PONTA PORA

RIO BRILHANTE

TRES LAGOAS

MINAS GERAIS

ALFENAS

ALMENARA

ANDRADAS

ARAXA

ARAXA

ARCOS

BAMBUI

BARBACENA

99-35381889

99-36212794

99-5410113

98-7311335

99-35212377

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99-36631815

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98-32315276

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66-4811726

66-4011394

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65-5491333

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66-4981682

66-4233888

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67-4413851

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33-7211234

35-37312970

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34-36691869

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32-33310283

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BELO HORIZONTE

BETIM

BOM DESPACHO

BOM DESPACHO

CARANGOLA

CASSIA

CONGONHAS

CONS LAFAIETE

CONTAGEM

CONTAGEM

CORONEL FABRICIANO

CURVELO

DIVINOPOLIS

FORMIGA

FRUTAL

GOV. VALADARES

GUAXUPE

GUAXUPE

IPATINGA

ITABIRA

ITAJUBA

ITAPECERICA

ITAPECERICA

ITAUNA

ITUIUTABA

JOAO MONLEVADE

JOAO MONLEVADE

JOAO PINHEIRO

JUIZ DE FORA

JUIZ DE FORA

LAGOA DA PRATA

LAVRAS

MANHUACU

MONTE CARMELO

MONTE SANTO DE MINAS

MONTES CLAROS

MURIAE

MUZAMBINHO

NANUQUE

NOVA LIMA

OLIVEIRA

PARA DE MINAS

PARA DE MINAS

PARACATU

PASSOS

PATOS DE MINAS

PATROCINIO

PITANGUI

PIUMHI

POCOS DE CALDAS

POCOS DE CALDAS

PONTE NOVA

POUSO ALEGRE

S SEBASTIAO PARAISO

S SEBASTIAO PARAISO

SANTOS DUMONT

SAO JOAO DEL REI

STO ANTONIO MONTE

TEOFILO OTONI

TIMOTEO

UBA

UBERABA

UBERLANDIA

UBERLANDIA

VARGINHA

VARZEA DA PALMA

VAZANTE

VICOSA

PARÁ

ABAETETUBA

BELEM

BELEM

CAPANEMA

CASTANHAL

ITAITUBA

MARABA

OBIDOS

PARAGOMINAS

46-3523323

42-3623532

43-5461162

43-2581863

42-3422133

41-3622241

44-4252053

43-3324100

44-2331335

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45-3264258

42-2523006

41-3422580

46-3224278

42-3222659

46-5471605

41-3432178

43-3422530

43-2753723

44-5285181

43-5421711

44-3523897

45-3225400

44-6292842

41-3333476

41-3264879

41-3253439

45-3523302

45-3523411

47-3645025

43-2561947

41-3282252

45-5651429

44-2471147

46-5341305

43-3534180

42-3272604

45-3252247

44-3623123

81-3726191

81-3521182

81-3458124

81-3722023

81-8771274

87-3761109

87-3761008

81-3433114

81-3231339

81-2126211

81-3465604

81-3462909

87-3871630

87-3831140

93-3549160

93-3523532

83-3212128

83-3612273

83-2711159

83-3246968

83-3244604

83-3221046

83-3741014

83-2832479

83-3631241

86-3252137

89-5221154

89-4621066

86-3222877

89-4221444

89-3415513

86-3221353

86-3223082

86-3221461

22-3831221

21-2761606

91-37512272

91-32690400

91-32421090

91-34621100

91-37215052

93-5181545

94-3211891

93-5472116

91-30110778

PORTO TROMBETAS

SANTAREM

PARAÍBA

CAMPINA GRANDE

ESPERANCA

GUARABIRA

JOAO PESSOA

JOAO PESSOA

JOAO PESSOA

NOVA FLORESTA

SAPE

SOLANEA

PARANÁ

AMPERE

ANTONINA

APUCARANA

ARAPONGAS

ASSIS CHATEAUBRIAND

BANDEIRANTES

CAMPO MOURAO

CASCAVEL

CIANORTE

CURITIBA

CURITIBA

CURITIBA

FOZ DO IGUACU

FOZ DO IGUACU

FRANCISCO BELTRAO

GUARAPUAVA

IBAITI

IBIPORA

IRATI

LAPA

LOANDA

LONDRINA

MANDAGUARI

MARINGA

MEDIANEIRA

PALMEIRA

PARANAGUA

PATO BRANCO

PONTA GROSSA

RIO NEGRO

ROLANDIA

S J DOS PINHAIS

S MIGUEL DO IGUACU

SANTA FE

SAO JORGE D' OESTE

STO ANTONIO PLATINA

TELEMACO BORBA

TOLEDO

UMUARAMA

PERNAMBUCO

BELO JARDIM

CABO STO AGOSTINHO

CAMARAGIBE

CARUARU

FLORESTA

GARANHUNS

GARANHUNS

PAULISTA

RECIFE

RECIFE

RECIFE

RECIFE

SALGUEIRO

SERRA TALHADA

PIAUÍ

CAMPO MAIOR

FLORIANO

OEIRAS

PARNAIBA

PICOS

PICOS

TERESINA

TERESINA

TERESINA

RIO DE JANEIRO

B JESUS ITABAPOANA

BELFORD ROXO

33-36212165

31-35412026

37-33314444

37-32316369

37-32321975

38-36711250

35-35214342

34-38222588

34-38311531

37-32716232

37-33714632

35-37121866

35-37224448

31-38172486

35-34212120

35-35313094

37-32412468

34-32682131

31-38512909

31-38521112

38-35611327

32-30842584

32-32151514

37-32613493

35-38219188

33-33314735

34-38422082

35-35911888

38-32218925

32-37224334

35-5712419

35-35312054

32-32516369

32-33718306

37-32811258

33-35225831

31-38482728

32-35323626

34-33332520

34-32123636

34-32360764

35-32227889

38-37311548

34-38131420

31-38918000

31-32257262

31-32254066

31-34420944

31-34181919

31-32957700

31-34491000

31-21027373

31-35322088

37-35212906

37-35222511

32-37412017

35-35412293

31-37311638

31-37637784

31-33912994

31-33953461

31-38411804

38-37213009

37-32212353

37-33214177

34-34235279

33-32716650

35-35513891

35-35514124

31-38222332

31-38316218

35-36211315

37-33411326

37-33411326

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