Before using the DVD player
How to operate the DVD player
Before using the DVD player
This equipment can play high quality images and high quality digital sound of DVD videos. It
is also possible to switch between different languages recorded on the DVD video (dubbing,
subtitles, etc.), and with videos having several angles of the same scene recorded, the
preferred angle can be selected and played.
DVD video characteristics
About Multiple Languages
Some DVD discs have dialog recorded in several different languages, and the language can
be switched during playback in the same way as multilingual TV broadcasts.
An airplane was flying
in the night sky...
About Multiple Angles
Some DVD discs have a single scene recorded from several different angles (multiple angle),
and the preferred angle can be switched during playback.
* Depending on the disc, multiple angles may not be viewed.
The angle of the image is
This equipment includes copyright protection technology used in accordance
with US patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other entities. Use of this copyright protection technology
requires approval from Macrovision Corporation and the technology must not be
used for audiovisual purposes aside from general household use without special
approval from Macrovision Corporation. Modification and disassembly of this
technology is prohibited.
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About Subtitles
Some DVD discs have subtitles recorded in several different languages, and the subtitles
can be switched during playback. The video can also be played without any subtitles
displayed.
About discs
About playable discs
This equipment conforms to PAL colour television methods, so please use discs that display
"PAL" on the disc or package. This equipment cannot play discs using colour television
methods other than PAL (such as NTSC, SECAN).
Size/Playing Surface
Maximum Playing Time
12 cm/single-sided
1 layer
2 layer
Using MPEG 2
133 min.
242 min.
12 cm/double-sided
1 layer
2 layer
266 min.
484 min.
DVD
Playable Disc Types and Their marks
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Before using the DVD player
About region codes of playable discs
Some DVD discs display a 4 ("Region Code"). The mark (a number) shows the
geographical region where the disc can be played. This equipment will not play discs that
do not show "4" or "ALL" in this mark. Even if the disc does play, the message "Cannot play
this disc" will be displayed on the screen. Note also that some discs may be subject to
regional restrictions, meaning that this equipment will not play them, even though they list or
state a region code.
The playing condition is determined by the intention of the DVD/software creator.
Some functions may not perform during operation because this equipment is
playing the disc according to content specifications intended by the software
creator. Be sure to consult the explanatory material provided with the disc to be
played.
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About marks displayed on discs
The following mark may be displayed on a DVD disc or its package.
mark
Meaning
3
Shows number of voice tracks.
2
Shows number of subtitle languages.
16:9 LB
4:3
Shows available aspect ratio (television screen horizontal to
vertical ratio).
• "16:9" is wide screen, "4:3" is standard screen.
ALL
4
Shows playable region code.
• ALL indicates worldwide. A number indicates a specific
region code. "4" is the region number for Australia.
DVD
Shows number of filmed angles.
3
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How to operate the DVD player
Before using the DVD player
About DVD disc structure
Videos and songs recorded on a DVD are divided into many segments.
Large segments are called "titles", and each title has a number ("title number"). Title
segments are further divided into smaller segments called "chapters", and each chapter has
a number ("chapter number").
Chapter 1
Title 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
DVD-Video
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
Title 3
Chapter 2
Title number
Chapter 3
Chapter number
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About flow of operations
The section below describes the flow for items such as operation and search of images and
default settings for the DVD player.
• Touching a touch switch brings up the operation screen shown below.
● DVD operation screen
● Title screen
SEARCH
BACK
SET
BACK
DVD
BACK
● Menu operation screen
NUMBER
● Menu number search screen
BACK
SETUP
ENTER
● Default settings screen
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How to operate the DVD player
How to use the DVD player
A DVD can be watched only if the vehicle is completely stopped in a safe location with the
parking brake set and the ignition switch turned to ON or ACC. (Only sound can be heard if
a DVD is played while the car is in motion.)
Title number
Chapter number
Playing time
PWR
Button
(SOURCE) MENU
Button
Chapter changing/
Fast-forward
(rewind) Button
Buttons off switch
Angle change
switch
Subtitles change Audio change switch
switch
Watching a DVD
Start playback by inserting a DVD into the DVD insertion slot, which will automatically turn on
power.
 Press (SOURCE) MENU
 Touch DVD .
while a disc is inserted.
• Playback will begin.
• If the operation switches (touch switches) are being displayed, press CONT or
touch the screen.
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Operating the video
Playing the video
 Touch
.
Fast-forwarding/rewinding
It is possible to fast-forward or rewind through the video being played.
Using panel button
 Press and hold the
switch until a beep is heard.
(up): Advances the video
(down): Rewinds the video
• The main unit switches to the fast-forward (rewind) mode when the beep is heard and
will continue fast-forwarding (rewinding) until your finger is removed from the switch.
DVD
•
or
Fast-forwarding/rewinding using the touch switches
 Touch
or
.
• The main unit switches to the fastforward (rewind) mode when the beep
is heard and will continue fastforwarding (rewinding) until your finger
is removed from the switch.
• Information for items such as touch switches will be displayed for about 6
seconds. Pressing CONT or touching the screen will display them again.
• Depending on the disc, automatic playback may not function or playback may
not function unless a menu recorded on the disc is selected. (Refer to
"Operating the disc menu" on page 85.)
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Pausing the video
 Touch
.
• While paused (
), briefly touching
will play in slow motion and
touching
frame.
will play frame-by-
Stopping the video
 Touch
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Operating the disc menu
It is possible to use the menu recorded on the disc.
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
on the DVD operation screen.
MENU or TOP MENU .
.
and select
the video to play.
Turning off the DVD
 Press PWR .
DVD
 Touch ENTER .
• Pressing PWR again will resume playback.
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How to use the DVD player
Searching for a desired chapter
It is possible to search for a particular video segment by title and chapter or by menu number
(number for divided segments).
Searching by chapter
 Press
or
•
Chapter number
.
(up): Selects next chapter
(down): Selects previous chapter
Recorded menu items will differ by disc. Some functions may not perform during
operation because playback is following disc content specifications.
Searching by title number
 Touch
SEARCH on the DVD
operation screen.
• The title number input screen will be
displayed.
 Input the title number by touching
,
,
-10 , +10 .
• Touching
or
the title number by ones.
changes
• Touching -10 or +10 changes
the title number by tens.
 Touch ENTER .
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Title number
Searching by menu number
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
on the DVD operation screen.
.
NUMBER .
• The menu number input screen will be
displayed.
 Input the menu number by touching
,
-10 , +10 .
• Touching
or
changes
the menu number by ones.
DVD
,
• Touching -10 or +10 changes
the menu number by tens.
 Touch ENTER on the DVD
operation screen.
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How to use the DVD player
Changing the touch switch display
Display of the touch switches can be changed or turned off.
Turning off the touch switches
 Touch
OFF on the DVD operation
screen.
• Pressing CONT or the touching the
screen will display the touch switches
again.
Changing the touch switch display locations
 Touch
 Touch
 Touch
on the DVD operation screen.
.
POSITION .
• The position of the touch switch will
move up or down with each touch of
the screen.
POSITION
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POSITION
Switching between screen display and audio
It is possible to change the language for subtitles, the language for audio and the display
angle for the video being played.
Switching the video angle
When several angles of a scene are recorded on a disc, the angle can be switched.
 Touch
 Touch
on the DVD operation screen.
ANGLE when the multi-
Multi-angle mark
angle mark is displayed.
• The angle number will be displayed.
 Touch
ANGLE .
Angle number
DVD
• The angle number will change and the
angle of the video will be switched.
Each time ANGLE is pressed, the angle will change in order from among the
angles recorded on the disc.
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Switching subtitle languages
When subtitles in several languages are recorded on a disc, the subtitles can be switched.
 Touch
 Touch
on the DVD operation screen.
SUB TITLE .
• The subtitle number and language will
be displayed.
 Touch
SUB TITLE .
Subtitle number and language
• Switches the subtitle number each
time the touch switch is touched and
switches the displayed subtitle
language.
• Each time SUB TITLE is pressed, the subtitle language will change in order
from among the subtitles recorded on the disc.
• Depending on the disc, it may only be possible to change subtitles from the top
menu.
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Switching dubbed audio language
When dubbed voices in several languages are recorded on a disc, the voices can be
switched.
 Touch on the DVD operation screen.
 Touch AUDIO .
• The audio number and language will
be displayed.
 Touch AUDIO .
Audio number and language
DVD
• The audio number will change and the
language of voices being played will
be switched.
• Each time AUDIO is pressed, the audio language will change in order from
among the languages recorded on the disc.
Language 1
Language 2
Language...
• Depending on the disc, it may only be possible to change the language from the
top menu.
• The dts format is not supported by this equipment, so no audio will be emitted
when "dts audio" is selected by a disc having dts audio recorded on it. In this
case, select "Dolby Digital audio" if it is definitely recorded on the DVD video.
• dts is a registered trademark of the US company Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Setting the DVD player
The language preference for voices, subtitles and menu display used during DVD playback
can be set in advance. Optional display of the multiple angle mark, viewer restriction and
other functions can also be set.
 Touch
 Touch
SET .
 Touch
SETUP .
on the DVD operation screen.
• The SET UP screen will be displayed.
 Touch any of the touch switches.
Settings can be made for the
following items.
Touch switch
Page
Sets the language of voices for video playback.
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Sets the language of subtitles for video playback.
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MENU LANGUAGE
Sets the language of displayed menus.
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ANGLE INDICATOR
Sets display/non-display of multiple angle mark.
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Restricts the types of DVD videos that can be played.
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Sets screen size.
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AUDIO LANGUAGE
SUB TITLE
PARENTAL SETTING
VIDEO OUT
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Function
Pressing one of the switches that can switch screens ( CONT or
(SOURCE) MENU ) without touching ENTER after changing settings with
the default setting screen will stop playing of the DVD. Touch
operation screen to start playback again. (Refer to page 83.)
on the
Setting the audio language
The preferred language for the video being played can be selected.
 Touch
AUDIO LANGUAGE on the
SET UP screen.
 Touch the preferred language.
• Touching OTHER enables setting of
a language other than those displayed
on the screen.
Input a code
 Touch OTHER
 Input a language code.
DVD
on the AUDIO
LANGUAGE setting screen.
• Refer to "Table of language codes" on
page 99 for language codes.
 Touch ENTER .
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Subtitle language setting
The preferred subtitles for the video being played can be selected.
 Touch
SUB TITLE on the SET UP
screen.
 Touch the preferred language.
• Touching OTHER enables setting of
a language other than those displayed
on the screen.
• Touching OFF plays the video with
no subtitles on the screen.
Input a code
 Touch OTHER
on the SUB TITLE
setting screen.
 Input a language code.
• Refer to "Table of language codes" on
page 99 for language codes.
 Touch ENTER .
Language switching cannot be performed if the selected language is not
recorded on the disc.
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Menu language setting
Allows selection of a preferred menu language from those recorded on the disc.
 Touch
MENU LANGUAGE on the
SET UP screen.
 Touch the preferred language.
• Touching OTHER enables setting of
a language other than those displayed
on the screen.
Input a code
 Touch OTHER
on the MENU
LANGUAGE setting screen.
 Input a language code.
• Refer to "Table of language codes" on
page 99 for language codes.
DVD
 Touch ENTER .
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Setting display of multi-angle mark (angle selection mark)
The multi-angle mark can be set to display/not display for the video being played.
Multi-angle mark
 Touch
ANGLE INDICATOR on the
SET UP screen.
• Each time ANGLE INDICATOR is
pressed, the condition will switch
between "ON" and "OFF".
 Touch ENTER .
• Language switching cannot be performed if the selected language is not
recorded on the disc.
• Setting multi-angle mark display to "ON" will display the multi-angle mark in the
upper right corner of the screen when multiple angles are available on the disc.
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Viewer restriction setting
This function allows restriction of viewing so that discs with adult themes or violent scenes will
not be available to children. Viewer restriction can be set at different levels to match
restriction ratings.
 Touch PARENTAL SETTING on the SETUP screen.
 Enter a password (4 digits) by
touching one number at a time.
 Touch ENTER .
 Touch the preferred restriction
level.
 Touch ENTER .
DVD
• If you touched ENTER after
inputting a wrong password, eject the
disc once to set the viewer restriction
setting again.
• Restriction cannot be set for discs not having a viewer restriction level recorded.
• Be sure to enter a password number. If a number is not entered, setting of
viewer restriction will not be possible.
• The password to be shown in the upper section will be displayed as ---- when a
password has not yet been set.
• Once the password has been set, the password will be required for subsequent
use of this function. Please do not forget the password. If the password is
forgotten, the default condition (no password set) can be restored by touching
CLEAR 10 times.
• Viewer restriction levels are classified in 3 types.
Level 1 ................. Plays only DVD software intended for children. (Playing of
DVD software intended for general audiences or adult
audiences is prohibited.)
Level 2 - 7 ............ Plays only DVD software intended for children or general
audiences. (Playing of DVD software intended for adult
audiences is prohibited.)
Level 8 ................. Plays all DVD software. (Factory setting)
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Changing video output
 Touch VIDEO OUT on the SETUP
screen.
• Each time VIDEO OUT is pressed, the
screen size will be changed in the
order shown below.
16:9
4:3
letter box
4:3
pan & scan
 Touch ENTER .
• 16:9
The video is displayed in normal wide size. DVD software recorded in 4:3 size will be
displayed with black left and right edges or will be expanded to the left and right.
• 4:3 (letter box)
The video is displayed with black upper and lower edges.
DVD software recorded in 4:3 size will be displayed exactly at screen size (4:3).
• 4:3 (pan & scan)
The video is displayed with right and left edges cut off. DVD software recorded in 4:3
size will be displayed exactly at screen size (4:3).
When another monitor such as the rear seat monitor is being used, the size of the
video being displayed in the rear seat monitor will differ according to the video
output size that is set by this equipment (front).
Viewing of wide screen modes is permitted when limited to the personal
entertainment of the user, but caution is required when using technologies such
as image compression and expansion for the purpose of commercial benefit or
public presentation may infringe upon the rights of the copyright holder being
protected by applicable copyright law.
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Table of language codes
These codes are used to specify the language for audio tracks, subtitles and on-screen
menu displays.
1001
Language
Input
code
Japanese
0801
0514
English
0618
French
0405
Language
Input
code
Language
Hausa
1721
Quechua
0809
Hindi
1813
Rhaeto-Romance
0818
Croatian
1814
Kirundi
German
0821
Hungarian
1815
Romanian
0920
Italian
0825
Armenian
1823
Kinyarwanda
0519
Spanish
0901
Interlingua
1901
Sanskrit
1412
Dutch
0905
Interlingue
1904
Sindhi
1821
Russian
0911
Inupiak
1907
Sangho
2608
Chinese
0914
Indonesian
1908
Serbo-Croatian
1115
Korean
0919
Icelandic
1909
Sinhalese
0512
Greek
0923
Hebrew
1911
Slovak
0101
Afar
1009
Yiddish
1912
Slovenian
0102
Abkhazian
1023
Javanese
1913
Samoan
0106
Afrikaans
1101
Georgian
1914
Shona
0113
Amharic
1111
Kazakh
1915
Somali
0118
Arabic
1112
Greenlandic
1917
Albanian
0119
Assamese
1113
Cambodian
1918
Serbian
0125
Aymara
1114
Kannada
1919
Siswati
0126
Azerbaijani
1119
Kashmiri
1920
Sesotho
0201
Bashkir
1121
Kurdish
1921
Sundanese
0205
Byelorussian
1125
Kirghiz
1922
Swedish
0207
Bulgarian
1201
Latin
1923
Swahili
0208
Bihari
1214
Lingala
2001
Tamil
0209
Bislama
1215
Laothian
2005
Telugu
0214
Bengali
1220
Lithuanian
2007
Tajik
0215
Tibetan
1222
Latvian
2008
Thai
0218
Breton
1307
Malagasy
2009
Tigrinya
0301
Catalan
1309
Maori
2011
Turkmen
0315
Corsican
1311
Macedonian
2012
Tagalog
0319
Czech
1312
Malayalam
2014
Setswana
0325
Welsh
1314
Mongolian
2015
Tonga
0401
Danish
1315
Moldavian
2018
Turkish
0426
Bhutani
1318
Marathi
2019
Tsonga
0515
Esperanto
1319
Malay
2020
Tatar
0520
Estonian
1320
Maltese
2023
Twi
0521
Basque
1325
Burmese
2111
Ukrainian
0601
Persian
1401
Nauru
2118
Urdu
0609
Finnish
1405
Nepali
2126
Uzbek
0610
Fiji
1415
Norwegian
2209
Vietnamese
0615
Faroese
1503
Occitan
2215
Volapuk
0625
Frisian
1513
Oromo
2315
Wolof
0701
Irish
1518
Oriya
2408
Xhosa
0704
Scots-Gaelic
1601
Panjabi
2515
Yoruba
0712
Galician
1612
Polish
2621
Zulu
0714
Guarani
1619
Pashto
0721
Gujarati
1620
Portuguese
DVD
Input
code
99
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