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DIGITAL VIDEO
COMBINATION FLAT COLOR
TELEVISION AND VIDEO CASSETTE
RECORDER / DVD VIDEO PLAYER
Connections
Basic setup
TV operation
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OWNER’S MANUAL
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Playback
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Recording
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Other functions
(VCR)
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Basic playback
(DVD)
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Advanced
playback
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Function setup
(DVD)
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Others
©2006 Toshiba Corporation
This device does not tape-record copy protected DVD video discs.
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Toshiba TV. This manual will
help you use the many exciting features of your new TV.
Before operating the TV, please read this manual
completely, and keep it nearby for future reference.
It Makes A Difference
Where Your TV Stands
Safety Precautions
WARNING
Congratulations on your purchase! As you enjoy
your new TV, keep these safety tips in mind:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
The Issue
If you are like most consumers, you have a TV in your
home. Many homes, in fact, have more than one TV.
The home theater entertainment experience is a growing
CAUTION
trend, and larger TVs are popular purchases; however,
they are not always supported on the proper TV stands.
Sometimes TVs are improperly secured or
inappropriately situated on dressers, bookcases, shelves,
desks, audio speakers, chests, or carts. As a result, TVs
may fall over, causing unnecessary injury.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Toshiba Cares!
The consumer electronics industry is
committed to making home
entertainment enjoyable and safe.
The Consumer Electronics
Association formed the Home
Entertainment Support Safety
Committee, comprised of TV and
consumer electronics furniture
manufacturers, to advocate
children’s safety and educate
consumers and their families about
television safety.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do
not use the polarized plug with an extension
cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the
blades can be inserted completely to prevent
blade exposure.
Tune Into Safety
NOTE TO CATV INSTALLERS
This is a reminder to call the CATV system installer’s
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC, which provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to the point of
cable entry as practical. For additional antenna
grounding information, see items 25 and 26 on page 4.
NOTICE OF POSSIBLE ADVERSE
EFFECTS ON TV PICTURE DISPLAY
If a fixed (non-moving) pattern or image remains on
the TV screen for extended periods of time, the
image can become permanently ingrained in the
cathode ray tube(s) of the TV and cause subtle but
permanent ghost images. This type of damage is
NOT COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY. See page
4 for details.
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One size does NOT fit all! Use appropriate
furniture large enough to support the weight of your
TV (and other electronic components).
Use appropriate angle braces, straps, and anchors to
secure your furniture to the wall (but never screw
anything directly into the TV).
Carefully read and understand the other enclosed
instructions for proper use of this product.
Do not allow children to climb on or play with
furniture and TVs.
Avoid placing any item on top of your TV (such as a
VCR, remote control, or toy) that a curious child may
reach for.
Remember that children can become excited while
watching a program and can potentially push or pull
a TV over.
Share our safety message about this hidden hazard
of the home with your family and friends. Thank you!
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Installation, Care, and Service
Important Safety Instructions
Installation
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Follow these recommendations and precautions and heed
all warnings when installing your TV:
5) Do not use this apparatus near
water.
16) Never modify this equipment. Changes or
modifications may void: a) the warranty, and b) the
user’s authority to operate this equipment under the
rules of the Federal Communications Commission.
6) Clean only with a dry cloth.
17)
7) Do not block any ventilation
openings. Install in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat
sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
19) Always place the TV on the floor
or a sturdy, level, stable surface that
can support the weight of the unit.
10) Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched, particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where it exits the apparatus.
20) Never place items such as vases,
aquariums, or candles on top of the TV.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
21) Never block or cover the slots or
openings in the TV cabinet back,
bottom, and sides. Never place
the TV:
• on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar
surface;
• too close to drapes, curtains,
or walls; or
• in a confined space such as a
bookcase, built-in cabinet, or any
other place with poor ventilation.
The slots and openings are provided
to protect the TV from overheating
and to help maintain reliable
operation of the TV.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as
power supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
QUALIFIED
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not use the polarized plug
with an extension cord, receptacle, or other
outlet unless the blades can be inserted
completely to prevent blade exposure.
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DANGER: RISK OF SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY, DEATH, OR EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE! Never place the TV on
an unstable cart, stand, or table. The TV
may fall, causing serious personal injury,
death, or serious damage to the TV.
18) Never place or store the TV in direct
sunlight; hot, humid areas; areas
subject to excessive dust or vibration;
or locations with temperatures at or
below 41°F (5°C).
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third
Wide plug
prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician
for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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22) Never allow anything to rest on or roll over the power
cord, and never place the TV where the power cord is
subject to wear or abuse.
23) Never overload wall outlets and
extension cords.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
30) [This item applies to projection TVs only.] If the air
temperature rises suddenly (for example, when the TV
is first delivered), condensation may form on the
lenses. This can make the picture appear distorted or
the color appear faded. If this happens, turn off the TV
for 6 to 7 hours to allow the condensation to evaporate.
24) Always operate this equipment from
a 120V AC, 60 Hz power source only.
25) Always make sure the antenna system is properly
grounded to provide adequate protection against
voltage surges and built-up static charges (see Section
810 of the National Electric Code).
31) For added protection of your TV from lightning and
power surges, always unplug the power cord and
disconnect the antenna from the TV if you leave the TV
unattended or unused for long periods of time.
Antenna lead-in wire
Ground clamp
Grounding conductors
(NEC Section 810-21)
Electric service equipment
Power service grounding
electrode system (NEC Art 250 Part H)
Ground clamps
26)
32) During normal use, the TV may make
occasional snapping or popping
sounds. This is normal, especially
when the unit is being turned on or
off. If these sounds become frequent
or continuous, unplug the power cord
and contact a Toshiba Authorized Service Center.
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
33) Possible Adverse Effects on TV Picture Display If a
fixed (non-moving) pattern or image remains on the TV
screen for extended periods of time, the image can
become permanently ingrained in the cathode ray
tube(s) of the TV and cause subtle but permanent
ghost images. This type of damage is NOT
COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY.
Never leave the TV on for extended periods of time
while it is displaying the following images or formats:
DANGER: RISK OF SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH!
• Use extreme care to make sure you
are never in a position where your body (or any item
you are in contact with, such as a ladder or
screwdriver) can accidentally touch overhead power
lines. Never locate the antenna near overhead power
lines or other electrical circuits.
• Never attempt to install any of the following during
lightning activity:
a) an antenna system; or b) cables, wires, or any home
theater component connected to an antenna or phone
system.
• Fixed Images, including but not limited to PIP/POP
windows, closed captions, video game patterns, TV
station logos, stock tickers, and websites.
• Special Formats that do not use the entire screen,
including but not limited to widescreen or letterbox
format media viewed on a 4:3 aspect ratio display
(with gray or black bars at the top and bottom of the
screen); or 4:3 aspect ratio format media viewed on a
widescreen/16:9 aspect ratio display (with gray or
black bars on the left and right sides of the screen).
Care
For better performance and safer operation of your
TOSHIBA TV, follow these recommendations and
precautions:
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27) Always sit approximately 10–25 feet away from the TV
and as directly in front of it as possible. The picture can
appear dull if you sit too far to the left or right of the
TV, or if sunlight or room lights reflect on the screen.
Turn the TV off to check for reflections on the screen,
and then remove the source of reflections while
viewing the TV.
WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK! Never attempt to service the
TV yourself. Opening and
removing the covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other
hazards. Refer all servicing to a
Toshiba Authorized Service Center.
QUALIFIED
SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
35) If you have the TV serviced:
• Ask the service technician to use only replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer.
28) Always unplug the TV before
cleaning. Never use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
29)
WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
Never spill liquids or push objects of any
kind into the TV cabinet slots.
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• Upon completion of service, ask
the service technician to perform
routine safety checks to determine
that the TV is in safe operating
condition.
36) When the TV reaches the end of its useful life, ask a
qualified service technician to properly dispose of the
TV. Improper disposal may result in a picture tube
implosion and possible personal injury.
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SAFETY PRECAUTION/ Power source
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance with the
FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Rules could void the user's authority to operate this
equipment.
CAUTION:
THIS DIGITAL VIDEO PLAYER EMPLOYS A LASER SYSTEM.
Location of the required Marking
The rating sheet and the safety caution
are on the rear of the unit.
TO ENSURE PROPER USE OF THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ
THIS OWNER'S MANUAL CAREFULLY AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. SHOULD THE UNIT REQUIRE MAINTENANCE, CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE LOCATION.
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR THE PERFORMANCE
OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
TO PREVENT DIRECT EXPOSURE TO LASER BEAM, DO NOT
TRY TO OPEN THE ENCLOSURE. VISIBLE LASER RADIATION
MAY BE PRESENT WHEN THE ENCLOSURE IS OPENED. DO
NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
CERTIFICATION: COMPLIES WITH
FDA RADIATION PERFORMANCE
STANDARDS, 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J.
WARNING: This product contains a laser beam. Do not attempt to stare at the beam through the DVD disc tray
or the ventilation openings. Staring directly at the beam may cause permanent damage to your
eyesight.
IMPORTANT RECYCLING INFORMATION
This product uses both Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and other components that contain lead. In your
community there might be regulations that require you to dispose these materials
properly under environmental considerations. Please contact your local authorities, or the Electronic
Industries Alliance (http://www.eiae.org) for disposal or recycling information.
Power source
AC Outlet
Wider Hole
and Blade
Polarized AC Cord Plug
(One blade is wider than the other.)
TO USE AC POWER SOURCE
Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on AC. Insert the AC
cord plug into a standard 120V 60Hz polarized AC outlet.
Notes:
• Never connect the AC line cord plug to other than the specified voltage (120V
60Hz). Use the attached power cord only.
• If the polarized AC cord does not fit into a non-polarized AC outlet, do not
attempt to file or cut the blade. It is the user’s responsibility to have an
electrician replace the obsolete outlet.
• If you cause a static discharge when touching the unit and the unit fails to
function, simply unplug the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The
unit should return to normal operation.
• If the AC cord plug is plugged in for the first time, wait for approx. 5 seconds
before pressing the POWER button.
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Precautions
Notes on handling
When shipping the unit, the original shipping carton
and packing materials come in handy. For maximum
protection, repack the unit as it was originally packed
at the factory.
Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near
the unit. Do not leave rubber or plastic products in
contact with the unit for a long time. They will leave
marks on the finish.
The top and rear panels of the unit may become
warm after a long period of use. This is not a
malfunction.
When the unit is not in use, be sure to remove the disc
and the video cassette turn off the power.
If you do not use the unit for a long period, the unit
may not function properly in the future. Turn on and
use the unit occasionally.
Notes on locating
Place the unit on a level surface. Do not use it on a
shaky or unstable surface such as a wobbling table or
inclined stand. The loaded disc or the video tape may
come off the proper position and cause damage to
the unit.
When you place this unit near a TV, radio, or VCR,
the playback picture may become poor and the sound
may be distorted. In this case, place the unit away
from the TV, radio or VCR.
Notes on moisture condensation
Moisture condensation damages the unit. Please
read the following carefully.
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you
pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of
water form on the outside of the glass. In the same way,
moisture may condense on the head drum or the optical
pick-up lens inside this unit, one of the most crucial
internal parts of the unit.
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Moisture condensation occurs during the
following cases.
When you bring the unit directly from a cold place to a
warm place.
When you use the unit in a room where you just
turned on the heater, or a place where the cold wind
from the air conditioner directly hits the unit.
In summer, when you use the unit in a hot and humid
place just after you move the unit from an air
conditioned room.
When you use the unit in a humid place.
Notes on cleaning
Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.
For stubborn dirt, Do not use any type of solvent,
such as thinner and benzine, as they may damage
the surface of the unit.
If you use a chemical saturated cloth to clean the unit,
follow that product’s instructions.
Do not use the unit when moisture condensation
may occur.
If you use the unit in such a situation, it may damage
discs and internal parts. Remove the disc or the video
tape, connect the power cord of the unit to the wall
outlet, turn on the unit, and leave it for two or three
hours. After two or three hours, the unit will have
warmed up and evaporated any moisture. Keep the
unit connected to the wall outlet and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.
Wa
it!
Wall outlet
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Notes on discs
Structure of disc contents
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Normally, DVD video discs are divided into titles, and
the titles are sub-divided into chapters. Video CDs and
Audio CDs are divided into tracks.
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On handling discs
DVD video disc
DVD video disc
Title 1
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Playback side
Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
Video CD/Audio CD
Video CD/Audio CD
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
On cleaning discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc cause picture and
sound deterioration. Wipe the disc from the center
outwards with a soft cloth. Always keep the disc
clean.
Each title, chapter or track is assigned a number, which
is called “title number”, “chapter number” or “track
number” respectively.
There may be discs that do not have these numbers.
Notes on copyright
Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner,
benzine, commercially available cleaners or antistatic
spray for vinyl LPs. It may damage the disc.
On storing discs
Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight
or near heat sources.
Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and
dust such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing
objects on discs outside of their case may cause
warping.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or
revision of copyrighted materials including, without
limitation, television programs, videotapes, and DVDs, is
prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United
States and other countries, and may subject you to civil
and criminal liability.
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.
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Notes on discs (Continued)
About this owner’s manual
This owner’s manual explains the basic instructions of
this unit. Some DVD video discs are produced in a
manner that allows specific or limited operation during
playback. As such, the unit may not respond to all
operating commands. This is not a defect in the unit.
Refer to instruction notes of discs.
“
” may appear on the TV screen during operation.
A“
” means that the operation is not permitted by the
unit or the disc.
For example, sometimes it is unable to stop the
playback of copyright message of the disc when the
STOP (3) button is pressed. Alternatively, the “
”
may also indicate that the feature is not available for the
disc.
Notes on region numbers
The region number of this unit is 1. If region numbers,
which stand for their playable area, are printed on your
DVD video disc and you do not find 1 or ALL , disc
playback will not be allowed by the player. (In this case,
the unit will display a message on-screen.)
Playable discs
This unit can play the following discs.
Disc Mark Contents
• Video CD not equipped with PBC function
(Version 1.1)
Sound and movie can be played on this DVD in the
same way as an audio CD.
• Video CD equipped with PBC function
(Version 2.0)
In addition to operation of a Video CD not equipped
with the PBC function, you can enjoy playback of
interactive software with search function by using the
menu displayed on the TV screen (Menu Playback).
Some of the functions described in this owner’s
manual may not work with some discs.
Maximum
playback time
Approx. 4 hours
(single sided disc)
12 cm
DVD
video
discs
Approx. 8 hours
(double sided disc)
Audio
+
Video
(moving
pictures)
Approx. 80 minutes
(single sided disc)
8 cm
Approx. 160 minutes
(double sided disc)
Video
CDs
Audio
CDs
Audio
+
Video
(moving
DIGITAL VIDEO
pictures)
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
(single sided disc)
8 cm
Approx. 20 minutes
(single sided disc)
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
(single sided disc)
8 cm
Approx. 20 minutes
(single sided disc)
Audio
On Video CDs
This DVD supports Video CDs equipped with the PBC
(Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the abbreviation of
Playback Control.) You can enjoy two playback
variations depending on types of discs.
Disc
Size
The following discs are also available.
DVD-R/RW discs of DVD video format
CD-R/CD-RW discs of CD-DA, Video CD, MP3/WMA
or JPEG format
FUJICOLOR CD format
Some of these discs may be incompatible.
• You cannot play discs other than those listed above.
• You cannot play discs of DVD-RAM, DVD-ROM, Photo
CD, etc., or non standardized discs even if they may
be labeled as above.
• Some CD-R/RWs cannot be played back depending
on the recording conditions.
• This unit uses the NTSC color system, and cannot
play DVD video discs recorded in any other color
system (PAL, SECAM, etc.).
Because of problems and errors that can occur during
the creation of DVD and CD Software and/or the
manufacture of DVD and CD discs, Toshiba cannot
assure that the DVD player contained in this television
will successfully play every disc bearing the DVD and
CD logos. If you happen to experience any difficulty
playing a DVD and/or CD disc on the DVD player
contained in this television, please contact Toshiba
Customer Service.
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
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Contents
Basic playback (DVD)
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ........................... 3
SAFETY PRECAUTION ................................... 5
Power source ................................................... 5
Precautions ...................................................... 6
Notes on discs .................................................. 7
Contents ........................................................... 9
Identification of controls ................................. 10
Playing a disc ................................................. 44
Connections
Antenna connections ...................................... 13
Cable TV connections .................................... 14
Connecting to optional equipment .................. 15
Basic setup
Starting setup ................................................. 18
Clock setting ................................................... 19
Setting the language ...................................... 22
TV/VCR operation status ............................... 22
TV operation
Advanced playback (DVD)
Zooming ......................................................... 47
Locating desired scene .................................. 47
Repeat playback............................................. 48
A-B Repeat playback...................................... 48
Program playback .......................................... 49
Random playback........................................... 49
Changing angles ............................................ 50
Title selection ................................................. 50
DVD menu ...................................................... 50
Changing soundtrack language ..................... 51
Subtitles ......................................................... 51
Disc status ...................................................... 52
To turn off the PBC ........................................ 52
MP3/WMA CD /JPEG CD information ........... 53
MP3/WMA CD playback ................................. 54
JPEG CD playback ........................................ 55
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Introduction
Function setup (DVD)
TV operation ................................................... 23
Closed captions .............................................. 25
To memorize channels ................................... 26
Setting the V-Chip .......................................... 27
To set the on timer .......................................... 29
To set the off timer .......................................... 30
Picture control adjustment .............................. 31
Adjusting the picture preference .................... 31
Stereo and Second Audio Program (SAP) ..... 32
Playback (VCR)
Customizing the function settings .................. 56
Temporary disabling of rating level
by DVD disc ................................................... 61
Others
Language code list ......................................... 62
Troubleshooting ............................................. 63
Reception disturbances .................................. 65
Specifications ................................................. 66
Limited United States Warranty ..................... 67
Loading and unloading a cassette tape ......... 33
Cassette tape playback .................................. 34
Special playback ............................................ 35
Convenient function ....................................... 36
Recording (VCR)
Recording a TV program ................................ 38
One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) ................ 39
Timer recording .............................................. 40
Other functions (VCR)
Duplicating a video tape ................................. 42
Recording a DVD/CD disc .............................. 43
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Identification of controls
See the page in
for details.
Front panel
REC/OTR indicator 38
POWER indicator 19
TIMER REC indicator 40
Cassette loading
slot 33
Disc tray 44
PHONES jack 24
AUDIO (L/R)/VIDEO IN (LINE IN) jacks
CHANNEL ▲/▼ buttons
VOLUME ▲/▼ buttons
REW (Rewind) button
FF (Fast Forward) button
REC/OTR button
STOP/EJECT button
PLAY button
POWER button 44
Remote sensor 12
SKIP
button 46
SKIP
button 46
OPEN/CLOSE button 44
STOP button 44
PLAY button 44
42
24
23
34
34
38
33
34
Rear panel
RF IN jack
COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack
AC power cord
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Remote control
The instructions in this manual describe the function on the remote control. See the page in
DVD button
44
TV/VCR button
19
Direct channel Selection
buttons (0-9)
Number buttons (0-9)
23
DISPLAY button
22
for details.
POWER button 18
CH
/
SLEEP button 24
27
CM SKIP button 35
JUMP button 47
buttons
24
VOL +/- buttons 23
ZERO RETURN button
SUBTITLE button
37
51
AUDIO SELECT button 32 51
INPUT button 15 42
ZOOM button 47
TRK – button
PLAY MODE button
Direction buttons (
35
48
/ / / )
18
MENU button
SETUP button
19
56
PLAY button
PAUSE/STILL button
MUTE button 24
TRK + button 35
DVD MENU button 50
ENTER button 18
CANCEL button 27
34 44
REV button
35 45
STOP button 34
CH RTN button
34 46
44
CLOSED CAPTION button 25
button 46
SKIP
FF button 34 46
button
24
46
COUNTER RESET button
ANGLE button
36
50
REC button
36
D.TRACKING button
35
TOP MENU button
50
SPEED button 38
RETURN button 56
OPEN/CLOSE button
44
EJECT button 33
SKIP
SLOW
button 35 46
TIMER REC button 40
PROGRAM button 30
REPEAT A-B button 48
*DVD MENU button
Use the DVD MENU button to
display the menu included on
many DVD video discs.
To operate a menu, follow the
instructions in “DVD menu” # .
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Introduction
Identification of controls (Continued)
Inserting batteries
1
Open the battery compartment cover in the direction of
the arrow.
2
Install two “R03/AAA” batteries
(supplied), paying attention to the
polarity diagram in the battery
compartment.
3
Replace the compartment
cover.
Caution:
Never throw batteries into a fire.
Notes:
• Be sure to use AAA size batteries.
• Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area.
• Batteries should always be disposed of with the environment in mind. Always dispose of batteries in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
• If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating range becomes reduced, replace batteries
with new ones.
• When necessary to replace batteries in the remote control, always replace both batteries with new ones.
Never mix battery types or use new and used batteries in combination.
• Always remove batteries from remote control if they are dead or if the remote control is not to be used for an
extended period of time. This will prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment.
Remote control basics
•
•
•
•
•
Press POWER to turn the unit on or off.
Select your desired operating mode (TV/VCR or DVD) using TV/VCR or DVD.
Tap CH or to move through the channels one channel at a time.
The Direction buttons ( / / / ) are also used to navigate on-screen menu system.
You can directly access specific channels using Direct channel selection buttons.
Operation:
• Aim the remote control at the remote sensor and press control
buttons to operate.
• Operate the remote control within 30° angle on either side of the
remote sensor, up to a distance of approx. 5 meters.
Approx. 5
meters
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Connections
Antenna connections
If you are using an indoor or outdoor antenna, follow the instructions below that correspond to your antenna system.
If you are using a cable TV service (CABLE), see 14 for Cable TV connections.
Combination VHF/UHF antenna (Single 75 ohm cable or 300 ohm twin-lead wire)
Antenna
jack
Connect the 75 ohm cable from the combination
VHF/UHF antenna to the antenna jack.
If your combination VHF/UHF antenna has a 300
ohm twin-lead wire, the use of the 300-75 ohm
matching transformer may be necessary.
75 ohm coaxial cable
(not supplied)
Connections
Antenna
jack
300-75 ohm matching
transformer (supplied)
Combination VHF/UHF antenna (Separate VHF and UHF 300 ohm twin-lead wires)
Antenna
jack
300-75 ohm matching
transformer (supplied)
Connect the UHF 300 ohm twin-lead wire to the
combiner (not supplied). Connect the VHF 300
ohm twin-lead wire to the 300-75 ohm matching
transformer. Attach the transformer to the combiner,
then attach the combiner to the antenna jack.
Combiner
(not supplied)
UHF 300 ohm
twin-lead wire
(not supplied)
VHF 300 ohm
twin-lead wire
(not supplied)
Separate VHF/UHF antennas (75 ohm VHF cable and 300 ohm UHF twin-lead wires)
Connect the VHF 75 ohm cable and UHF 300 ohm
twin-lead wire to the combiner (not supplied).
Attach the combiner to the antenna jack.
Antenna
jack
VHF 75 ohm
(not supplied)
Combiner
(not supplied)
UHF 300 ohm
twin-lead wire
(not supplied)
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Connections
Cable TV connections
This unit has an extended tuning range and can tune most cable channels without using a Cable TV converter box.
Some cable companies offer “premium pay channels” in which the signal is scrambled. Descrambling these signals for
normal viewing requires the use of a descrambler device which is generally provided by the cable company.
For subscribers to basic cable TV service
Antenna
jack
For basic cable service not requiring a converter/descrambler
box, connect the Cable TV 75 ohm coaxial cable directly to the
Antenna jack on the back of the unit.
75 ohm
coaxial cable
For subscribers to scrambled cable TV service
If you subscribe to a cable TV service which requires the use of a converter/descrambler box, connect the
incoming 75 ohm coaxial cable to the converter/descrambler box. Using another 75 ohm coaxial cable, connect
the output jack of the converter/descrambler box to the antenna jack on the unit. Follow the connections shown
below. Set the unit to the output channel of the converter/descrambler box (usually channel 3 or 4) and use the
converter/descrambler box to select channels.
Incoming
75 ohm
Cable TV
75 ohm cable to
the unit
Converter/
descrambler
Antenna
jack
For subscribers to unscrambled basic cable TV service with scrambled
premium channels
If you subscribe to a cable TV service in which basic channels are unscrambled and premium channels require the
use of a converter/descrambler box, you may wish to use a signal splitter and an A/B Switch box (available from the
cable company or an electronics supply store). Follow the connections shown below. With the switch in the “B”
position, you can directly tune any nonscrambled channels on your unit. With the switch in the “A” position, tune your
unit to the output of the converter/descrambler box (usually channel 3 or 4) and use the converter/descrambler box
to tune scrambled channels.
Converter/
descrambler
Incoming
75 ohm
Cable TV
Splitter
A/B switch
A
75 ohm cable to
the unit
B
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Antenna
jack
Connecting to optional equipment
You can enjoy VCR, camcorder or TV game with connection to external input. To
select the external input, press INPUT and select “LINE” mode.
INPUT
To connect the TV/DVD/VCR to a VCR
VCR
: Signal flow
Connections
Press INPUT to select the “LINE” (external input) to use the TV as a monitor.
Operate your VCR as usual.
Front of unit
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN (R)
To Audio/Video OUT
AUDIO IN (L)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
To connect the TV/DVD/VCR to a camcorder
To playback from the camcorder, connect the camcorder to the TV/DVD as shown.
Front of unit
Camcorder
: Signal flow
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN (R)
To Audio/Video OUT
AUDIO IN (L)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
To connect the TV/DVD/VCR to a TV Game
You can enjoy playing a TV game.
: Signal flow
Front of unit
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN (R)
To Audio/Video OUT
AUDIO IN (L)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
Notes:
• You can also change the TV screen to “LINE” by pressing CH / buttons.
• The unit can also be used as a display device for many video games. However, due to the wide variety of different types
of signal generated by these devices and subsequent hook-up variations required, they have not all been included in the
suggested connection diagrams. You'll need to consult each component's Owner's Manual for additional information.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is
prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability.
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Connections
Connecting to optional equipment (Continued)
You can enjoy high quality dynamic sounds by connecting the
unit to optional audio equipment.
• This section uses the following reference mark.
: Front speaker
: Rear speaker
: Sub woofer
: Center speaker
: Signal flow
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a Dolby® Digital decoder
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is the surround sound technology used in theaters showing the latest movies, and is now available to reproduce this realistic effect in the home. You can enjoy motion picture and live concert DVD video discs with this dynamic
realistic sound by connecting the unit to a 6 channel amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder or Dolby Digital
processor. If you have a Dolby Surround Pro Logic decoder, you will obtain the full benefit of Pro Logic from the same DVD
movies that provide full 5.1-channel Dolby Digital soundtracks, as well as from titles with the Dolby Surround mark.
• Use DVD video discs
encoded via the
Dolby Digital
recording system.
Amplifier equipped with a
Dolby Digital decoder
To COAXIAL
type digital
audio input
To COAXIAL DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
75 Ω coaxial cable (not supplied)
Manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with Dolby Surround Pro Logic
Dolby Surround Pro Logic
You can enjoy the dynamic realistic sound of Dolby Surround Pro Logic by connecting an amplifier and speaker system (right
and left front speakers, a center speaker, and one or two rear speakers).
3 With an amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment the same way as described in “Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder.”
Refer to that amplifier’s owner’s manual and set the amplifier so you can enjoy Dolby Surround Pro Logic sound.
3 With an amplifier not equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment as follows.
• This connection is only suitable for Video CDs and Audio CDs.
*
Amplifier equipped with
Dolby Surround Pro Logic
To audio
input
To AUDIO (L/R) OUT
Audio cable (not supplied)
Connect one or two rear speakers. The output sound from the
rear speakers will be monaural
even if you connect two rear
speakers.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a DTS decoder
Digital Theater Systems (DTS)
DTS is a high quality surround technology used in theaters and now available for home use, on DVD video discs or audio CDs.
If you have a DTS decoder or processor, you can obtain the full benefit of 5.1 channel DTS encoded sound tracks on DVD
video discs or audio CDs.
• Use DVD video discs
or audio CDs
encoded via the DTS
recording system.
Amplifier equipped with
a DTS decoder
To COAXIAL
type digital
audio input
To COAXIAL DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
75 Ω coaxial cable (not supplied)
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“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out”
are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a MPEG audio decoder
Amplifier equipped with an
MPEG2 audio decoder
To COAXIAL
type digital
audio input
To COAXIAL DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
• Use DVD video discs
encoded via the
Dolby Digital
recording system.
Connections
MPEG2 sound
You can enjoy motion picture and live concert DVD video discs with dynamic realistic sound by connecting an amplifier
equipped with an MPEG2 audio decoder or MPEG2 audio processor.
75 Ω coaxial cable (not supplied)
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a digital audio input
2 channel digital stereo
You can enjoy the dynamic sound of 2 channel digital stereo by connecting an amplifier equipped with a digital audio input
and speaker system (right and left front speakers).
Amplifier equipped with a
Digital audio input
To COAXIAL
type digital
audio input
To COAXIAL DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
75 Ω coaxial cable (not supplied)
Notes:
• DO NOT connect the COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack of the unit to the AC-3 RF input of a Dolby Digital Receiver.
This input on your A/V Receiver is reserved for Laserdisc use only and is incompatible with the COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT jack of the unit.
• Connect the COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack of the unit to the “COAXIAL” input of a Receiver or Processor.
• Refer to the owner’s manual of the connected equipment as well.
• When you connect the unit to other equipment, be sure to turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment from the wall
outlet before making any connections.
• The output sound of the unit has a wide dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the receiver’s volume to a moderate listening
level. Otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by a sudden high volume sound.
• Turn off the amplifier before you connect or disconnect the unit’s power cord. If you leave the amplifier power on, the
speakers may be damaged.
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Basic setup
POWER
Starting setup
The STARTING SETUP function makes installing your unit easily. It leads you
the Language selection, TV/CABLE selection and auto channel memory
automatically.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that the antenna or cable TV system connection
is made!
/
ENTER
Starting setup
1
Press POWER.
The starting setup function begins and the
Language setup menu appears on the screen.
or
to select your desired language,
Press
then press ENTER.
4
Now the “AUTO CH MEMORY” and “AUTO
CLOCK”starts.
After the starting setup is completed, the TV
channel appears on the screen.
LANGUAGE/IDIOMA/LANGUE
AUTO CH MEMORY
STOP : CANCEL
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANCAIS
2
Press
or
to select “TV” or “CABLE”, then
press ENTER.
CHANNEL PLAN
TV
CABLE
3
Press
or
to select “START”, then press
ENTER.
If you select “CANCEL” and press ENTER, the
STARTING SETUP stops and changes to the TV
screen.
Notes:
• The starting setup function will work only when you press
POWER for the first time.
• In “AUTO CLOCK” setting, it may take more than 10 minutes
to read the EDS signal for one channel, which has only “Time
of day” or “Local time zone”.
AUTO SETUP
START
CANCEL
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TV/VCR
POWER
Clock setting
DISPLAY
The auto clock function will automatically set the built-in clock (Month, Day,
Year and Time) when the unit is connected to an antenna or cable system
and it is turned off. As the unit searches for a receivable station in your area
and it receives a broadcast signal for auto clock, the auto clock needs
several minutes to set itself.
Auto clock setting
/ / /
MENU
To set auto clock to OFF
• Connect the antenna or cable system.
• If you use a cable box, turn it on.
• Plug the AC power cord to the AC outlet.
1
1
Make sure the unit is turned off.
2
Wait at least three minutes and press POWER.
Press MENU, then press
option.
to select
• If you press POWER, the Auto Clock
set is not effective.
• Depending on the reception
condition, it may take approx. thirty
minutes.
• The POWER indicator will light.
or
Basic setup
When shipped from factory the AUTO CLOCK is set to “ON”.
But if you do not want auto clock set (Adjustment):
Preparation:
2
Press
or
to select “AUTO CLOCK”.
3
Press TV/VCR to select TV/VCR mode. Then
press DISPLAY to check the clock on the
screen.
TV/VCR
8 : 47AM MON
STEREO SAP
CH 125
3
Press
or
to select “OFF”.
00 : 00 : 00 SP
4
If the clock is not set, check the antenna
condition. The Auto clock may not function
properly if the reception condition is not
good.
Auto clock adjustment
The Auto clock adjustment will be performed at
12:00 PM everyday if you turn off the unit.
• If you use a cable box and you want Auto Clock adjustment to be performed, the cable box must be left on.
• The Auto Clock adjustment is not effective when there is a
difference of more than 5 minutes exists between the
built-in clock time and the actual time.
4
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu
screen is cleared.
• When the AUTO CLOCK is set to
“OFF”, the Auto Clock adjustment
does not function.
• Set the clock manually 21 .
Notes:
• If the unit does not operate properly, or No key operation
(by the unit and/or the remote control): Static electricity,
etc., may affect the player's operation. Disconnect the AC power
cord once, then connect it again.
• The TV section has its own menu and also DVD section has
its own menu 56 .
• If no buttons are pressed for more than 60 seconds, the TV/VCR
menu screen will return to normal TV operation automatically.
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Basic setup
Clock setting (Continued)
To set standard time
To set daylight saving time
In the rare event that you live within broadcast range of two You can set the daylight saving time automatically or
stations in two different time zones, the unit may recognize manually.
the wrong station for the auto clock set.
Press MENU, then press
or
to select
To correct the situation:
option.
Press MENU, then press
or
to select
option.
1
1
2
Press
press
or
.
to select “STANDARD TIME”, then
2
Press
or
to select “DAYLIGHT SAVING
TIME”, then press .
3
4
Press / / /
press ENTER.
to select your time zone, then
ATLANTIC : GMT–4hours
EASTERN : GMT–5hours
CENTRAL : GMT–6hours
MOUNTAIN : GMT–7hours
PACIFIC
: GMT–8hours
ALASKA
: GMT–9hours
HAWAII
: GMT–10hours
AUTO
: AUTO SET
(GMT: Greenwich Mean Time)
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu
screen is cleared.
3
ON:
OFF:
AUTO:
for manual setting (forward one hour)
for manual setting (back one hour)
for automatic setting (read EDS in the signal)
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
Notes:
• When shipped from factory, the DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME is
set to “AUTO” position.
• When the clock is not set, daylight saving time setting is not
available.
• When there is no daylight saving time in your area, always
select “OFF” position in step 3.
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When you want to set the daylight saving time manually, on
the first Sunday in April you set to “ON”, and on the last
Sunday in October you set to “OFF”.
4
Note:
To be able to select the standard time, the clock must first be
set by “AUTO CLOCK” once.
Press
or
to select one of the options,
then press ENTER.
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ENTER
/ / /
MENU
Manual clock setting
EXAMPLE: Setting the clock to “8:30 AM”, 28th. (SAT)
October, 2006.
1
Press MENU, then press
option.
or
CLOCK SET
MONTH
DAY
YEAR
TIME
or
/
5
Press
press
Set the day, year and time as in step 3, then
press ENTER.
to select
2
4
Basic setup
You must set the date and time manually for timer recordings, ON/OFF timer and daylight saving time if the auto clock
process did not set them correctly.
/
/
10
28(SAT)
2006
8:30AM
/ ENTER/MENU
After setting the clock, date and time starts
functioning automatically.
to select “CLOCK SET”, then
.
To make corrections any time during the process
3
Press
or
to set the month, then press
CLOCK SET
MONTH
DAY
YEAR
TIME
/
/
/
.
Press
or
repeatedly until the item you want to
change blinks, then set the item again.
Notes:
• After a power failure or disconnection of the power, the timer
settings will be lost. In this case, reset the present time.
• When you set the minute, you can change in 10-minutes step
by holding down
or .
10
1(SUN)
2006
12:00AM
/ ENTER/MENU
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Basic setup
Setting the language/
TV/VCR operation status
DISPLAY
ENTER
/ / /
MENU
Setting the language
TV/VCR operation status
This unit can display the on screen language in English,
Spanish or French.
1
Press MENU, then press
option.
or
to select
Press DISPLAY to display the information on the screen.
To cancel the display, press DISPLAY again.
While watching TV
Day of the week
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
/
2
/
/
TV/VCR
Clock
TV/VCR
8 : 47AM MON
STEREO SAP
OFF
Stereo and
second audio
program
/ MENU
CH 125
00 : 00 : 00
Press
or
to select “LANGUAGE/IDIOMA/
LANGUE”, then press .
Channel
SP
While operating a tape
VCR operation*
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
/ /
Hi-Fi stereo
Recording :
OFF
/ MENU
VCR
operation*
TV/VCR
8 : 30AM MON
HI-FI
Auto repeat
3
Press
or
to select the desired language:
English (ENGLISH), Spanish (ESPAÑOL) or
French (FRANCAIS), then press ENTER.
00 : 15 : 12
SP
Tape in
Tape speed
Real time tape counter
Rec/Pause :
Play :
Fast-forward :
Rewind :
Stop :
Eject :
/
4
/ ENTER/MENU
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
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TV operation
TV/VCR
POWER
TV operation
0–9
VOL +/–
TV operation
1
• Every time you turn on the TV, the unit starts from
TV/VCR mode. When you use TV/VCR after DVD
operation, press TV/VCR.
Adjust the volume level by pressing VOL + or –.
The volume level will be indicated on the screen
by green bars. As the volume level increases, so
do the number of bars. If the volume decreases,
the number of green bars also decreases.
VOLUME
3
32
Set the TV/CABLE selection to the appropriate
position 26 .
TV
- VHF/UHF channels
CABLE - Cable TV channels
4
Press Direct channel selection buttons (0–9)
to select the channel.
TV mode direct channel selection
When the TV/CABLE selection is in the TV
position, all channels can be instantly selected by
using two buttons. (for example, to select channel
2, press “0”, then “2”. If you
press only “2”, channel
CH 02
selection will be delayed
for a few seconds.) For
channels 10 and above,
press the 2 digits in order.
TV operation
2
To turn on the unit, press POWER.
The Power indicator will light.
CABLE mode direct channel selection
When the TV/CABLE selection is in the CABLE
position, channels can be selected as follows:
TO SELECT CABLE TV CHANNELS:
1-9:
Press “0” twice, then 1-9 as needed.
Example, to select channel 2, press “002”.
10-12:
Press “0”, then the remaining 2 digits.
Example, to select channel 12, press “012”.
13-99:
Press the 2 digits in order. Example, to
select channel 36, press “36”.
100-125: Press the 3 digits in order. Example, to
select channel 120, press “120”.
NOTE FOR CHANNELS 1-12:
If only 1 or 2 buttons are pressed, the corresponding
channel will be selected in 2 seconds.
TV
VHF
2-13
UHF
14-69
Cable TV
VHF
2-13
STD/HRC/IRC
14-36
(A) (W)
37-59
(AA) (WW)
60-85
(AAA) (ZZZ)
86-94
(86) (94)
95-99
(A-5) (A-1)
100-125
(100) (125)
01
(5A)
Notes:
• If a channel with no broadcast is selected, the sound will automatically be muted.
• If a station being viewed stops broadcasting, the TV will automatically shut itself off after 15 minutes.
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TV operation
SLEEP
TV operation (Continued)
CH /
VOL +/–
MUTE
CH RTN
TV operation
■ CHANNEL UP/DOWN
or . The channel autoPress and release CH
matically stops at the next channel set into memory.
For proper operation, before selecting channels, they
should be set into the memory. See “To memorize
channels” 26 .
■ SLEEP
To set the unit to turn off after a preset amount of time,
press SLEEP on the remote control. The clock will
count down 10 minutes for each press of SLEEP (120,
110, ...10, 0). After the sleep time is programmed, the
display will appear briefly every ten minutes to remind
you that the sleep timer is operating. To confirm the
sleep timer setting, press SLEEP and the remaining
time will be displayed for a few seconds. To cancel the
sleep timer, press SLEEP repeatedly until the display
turns to 0.
SLEEP
120
■ CHANNEL RETURN
This button allows you to go back to the last channel
selected by pressing CH RTN. Press CH RTN again to
return to the last channel you were watching.
■ HEADPHONES
Insert a stereo headphones (not supplied) with a 1/8”
mini plug into the PHONES jack on the front panel. If
you connect headphones, the sound from TV speakers
is muted.
■ MUTE
Press MUTE to switch off the sound. The unit’s sound
will be silenced and “MUTE” will appear briefly on the
screen. The sound can be switched back on by pressing
this button again or one of VOL +/–.
MUTE
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Closed captions
WHAT IS CLOSED CAPTIONING?
This television has the capability to decode and display closed captioned
television programs. Closed captioning will display text on the screen for
hearing impaired viewers or it will translate and display text in another
language.
CLOSED CAPTION
Closed captions
Text: The text closed caption mode will usually fill the screen with a programming schedule or other information.
After selecting a closed caption mode, it will stay in effect until it is changed, even if the channel is changed.
If the captions signal is lost due to a commercial or a break in the signal, the captions will reappear when the
signal is received again. If the channels are changed, the captions will be delayed approximately 10 seconds.
The captions will appear in places on the screen where they will least interfere with the picture, usually on the
bottom of the screen. News programs will usually show three-line closed captions which scroll onto the screen.
Most other shows provide two or three lined captions placed near the character who is speaking so the viewer
can follow the dialogue. Words in italics or underlined describe titles, words in foreign languages or words
requiring emphasis. Words that are sung usually appear enclosed by musical notes.
For television programs broadcasting with closed captions, look in your TV guide for the closed captions symbol
(CC).
TV operation
Captions: This closed caption mode will display text on the screen in English or another language (depending
on the setting of the closed captions CH 1/2).
Generally, closed captions in English are transmitted on captions channel 1 and closed captions in other languages are transmitted on captions channel 2.
TO VIEW CLOSED CAPTIONS
Press CLOSED CAPTION to switch between normal TV and the two closed
caption modes (captions and full screen text). Closed captioning will display text
on the screen for hearing impaired viewers.
Notes:
• When selecting closed captions, the captioning will be delayed approximately 10 seconds.
• If no caption signal is received, no captions will appear, but the television will remain in the caption mode.
• Misspellings or unusual characters may occasionally appear during closed captioning. This is normal with closed captioning,
especially with live programs. This is because during live programs, captions are also entered live. These transmissions do not
allow time for editing.
• When captions are being displayed, on-screen displays, such as volume and mute may not be seen or may interfere with closed
captions.
• Some cable systems and copy protection systems may interfere with the closed captioned signal.
• If using an indoor antenna or if TV reception is very poor, the closed caption decoder may not appear or may appear with
strange characters or misspelled words. In this case, adjust the antenna for better reception or use an outdoor antenna.
NOTICE OF POSSIBLE ADVERSE EFFECTS
ON TV PICTURE DISPLAY
Avoid displaying stationary images on your TV screen for extended periods of time. Fixed (non-moving) patterns or
images (including but not limited to PIP/POP windows, closed captions, video game patterns, TV station logos,
stock tickers, websites, and special formats that do not use the entire screen) can become permanently ingrained
in the cathode ray tube(s) of the TV and cause subtle but permanent ghost images. This type of damage is NOT
COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY. See 4 for details.
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TV operation
To memorize channels
0–9
This unit is equipped with a channel memory feature which allows
channels to skip up or down to the next channel set into memory,
skipping over unwanted channels. Before selecting channels, they
must be programmed into the unit’s memory. In addition to normal
VHF and UHF channels, this unit can receive up to 113 cable TV
channels. To use this unit with an antenna, set the TV/CABLE
selection to the TV position. When shipped from the factory, this
selection is in the CABLE position.
TV/CABLE selection
1
/ / /
MENU
Automatic memory tuning
Press MENU in the TV mode, then press
to select
option.
or
Press
or
then press
to select the “AUTO CH MEMORY”,
.
The TV will begin memorizing all the channels available
in your area.
2
Press
or
to select “TV/CABLE”.
To ADD/DELETE channels
3
Press
or
1
Press
press
or
.
to select “ADD/DELETE”, then
to select “TV” or “CABLE”.
4
TV - VHF/UHF channels
CABLE - Cable TV channels
2
Select the desired channel to be added or
deleted using Direct channel selection buttons
(0–9) or / .
3
Press
or
to select “ADD” or “DELETE”,
whichever function you want to perform.
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen is
cleared.
Cable TV chart
The chart below is typical of many cable system channel
allocations.
ADD
0-9 /
Note:
You cannot select
26
/
/
/
/ MENU
option if you set the channel to “LINE”.
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Setting the V-Chip
0–9
An age limitation can be set to forbid children to watch programs according to
“TV RATING” and “MOVIE RATING” level set. To use the V-Chip function,
you must register a password.
ENTER
/ / /
CANCEL
Notes:
• If you forget the password, you cannot set the V-Chip.
• To avoid forgetting the password, write it down and keep in
the safe place.
To register password
1
Press MENU, then press
option.
MENU
To change password
or
to select
1
In the V-CHIP menu, press
or
to select
“CHANGE PASSWORD”, then press .
/
2
Press
or
/
/
/ MENU
2
to select “PASSWORD”.
TV operation
Enter the new password using Number
buttons (0–9), then press ENTER.
0-9/ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
3
Enter the password (4 digits) using Number
buttons (0–9), then press ENTER.
• If you put a wrong number, press
CANCEL.
0-9/ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
3
Enter the same password again using Number
buttons (0–9) for safety, then press ENTER.
“ ” appears instead of the number.
0-9/ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
4
Enter the same password again using Number
buttons (0–9) for safety, then press ENTER.
4
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
Now the password was registered
and V-Chip setting menu will appear
on the display.
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TV operation
Setting the V-Chip (Continued)
DISPLAY
ENTER
/ / /
MENU
To set the V-Chip
1
In the V-CHIP menu, press
“V-CHIP SET”, then press
or
4
to select
.
Press
or
to select desired rating.
After setting, press ENTER.
2
TV RATING is not set
All children
7 years old and above
General audience
Parental guidance
14 years old and above
17 years old and above
MOVIE RATING is not set
All ages
Parental guidance
Parental guidance
less than 13 years old
R
: Under 17 years old
Parental guidance suggested
NC-17 : 17 years old and above
X
: Adult only
5
OFF :
G
:
PG
:
PG-13 :
or
to select “TV RATING”, then
Press
or
to display the desired setting.
press
After setting, press ENTER.
OFF :
TV-Y :
TV-Y7 :
TV-G :
TV-PG :
TV-14 :
TV-MA:
Press
or
to select “V-CHIP”.
When you select TV- Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 or TV-MA,
press DISPLAY to show the contained rating.
to select the desired item you
Press / / /
want.
6
Press
or
to display “ON”.
Now your settings were set into the memory.
3
Press
or
to select “MOVIE RATING”.
7
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
To use after the TV is protected
When the program applied to the V-Chip setting is received,
enter the password, then press ENTER. Protection can be
canceled.
Note:
The V-Chip function is activated only on programs that have
the rating signal.
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To set the on timer
This feature allows you to have the unit automatically turn on at
a predetermined time. If you program the ON TIMER once, the
unit will turn on the programmed day (daily/weekly) at the same
time to the same channel.
ENTER
/ / /
MENU
PROGRAM
To set the on timer
EXAMPLE: Turning on the TV to channel 12 at 7:00
AM, MONDAY-FRIDAY.
Press MENU. Press
or
to select
Set the desired minute, channel and daily or
weekly timer date as in step 4.
option.
You can also select ON/OFF TIMER
by pressing PROGRAM twice.
TV operation
1
5
2
Press
press
or
or
to select “ON TIMER”, then
.
4
Press
.
Now the ON TIMER is set.
to select “ON/OFF TIMER”, then
3
to select “SET”, then press
.
Press
press
6
Press
or
ENTER.
or
to set the desired hour, then press
7
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
Notes:
• The unit will automatically turn off approximately 1 hour later
after the ON TIMER turns on. To continue watching the TV,
press any button to cancel the one hour automatic shut off.
• To cancel the ON TIMER, follow above steps 1~5, then
press
or
to select “CANCEL”. Press MENU repeatedly
until the menu screen is cleared.
• After setting the ON TIMER, “ OFF TIMER” will be
highlighted. If you wish to set the OFF TIMER, press
then
follow the steps 4~6 on 30 .
• If you want to correct the digits while setting, press
or
until the item you want to correct, then press
or
to
correct the desired setting.
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TV operation
To set the off timer
This feature allows you to have the unit turn off automatically at a
predetermined time. If you program the OFF TIMER once, the unit will
automatically turn off at the same time everyday.
/ / /
MENU
PROGRAM
To set the off timer
EXAMPLE: Turning off the TV at 11:30 PM.
1
Press MENU. Press
or
to select
option.
Press
press
or
6
or
or
to select “SET”.
Now the OFF TIMER is set.
7
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
to select “OFF TIMER”, then
.
or
to set the desired hour, then
.
Notes:
• To cancel the OFF TIMER function:
or
To cancel OFF TIMER, follow above steps 1~5, press
to select “CANCEL”. Press MENU repeatedly until the menu
screen is cleared.
• To confirm the ON/OFF TIMER:
Press PROGRAM twice to indicate the programs on the
screen.
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to select “ON/OFF TIMER”, then
Press
press
Press
.
Press
press
4
to set the desired minute, then
3
or
.
You can also select ON/OFF TIMER
by pressing PROGRAM twice.
2
5
Press
press
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Picture control adjustment/
Adjusting the picture preference
ENTER
/ / /
CANCEL
MENU
Picture controls are factory preset but you can adjust them individually as
follows:
And also you can select four picture modes—Standard, Sports, Movie, and
Memory—as described in the following table:
Picture control adjustment
Adjusting the picture preference
1
1
Press MENU, then press
option.
or
to select
/
2
Press
.
or
/
/
/ MENU
/
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
3
/
2
/
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
3
Pressing
darker
lower
paler
reddish
softer
lighter
higher
deeper
greenish
sharper
Note:
The CONTRAST default setting is set to maximum
(+32) at the factory.
4
/ MENU
/
OFF
/ MENU
Press
or
to select the desired picture
mode, then press ENTER.
Selection
/
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
OFF
Press
or
to select the item you want to
adjust, then press
or
to adjust the setting.
/
OFF
Press
or
to select “PICTURE
PREFERENCE”, then press .
/ MENU
to select
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
OFF
to select “PICTURE”, then press
/
or
TV operation
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
Press MENU, then press
option.
Mode
Picture quality
STANDARD
SPORTS
MOVIE
MEMORY
Standard picture quality (factory-set)
Bright and dynamic picture (factory-set)
Movie-like picture setting (factory-set)
Your personal preferences (set by you;
see “Picture control adjustment” as left)
4
After your desired setting, press MENU
repeatedly until the menu screen is cleared.
After your desired setting, press MENU
repeatedly until the menu screen is cleared.
3 To return all adjustments to the factory preset levels
Press CANCEL while making picture adjustments.
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TV operation
Stereo and Second Audio Program (SAP)
Sound controls are factory preset but you can adjust them individually as follows:
The unit is equipped with a feature known as multi-channel TV sound or MTS.
MTS broadcasts greatly enhance TV viewing by bringing you programs with high
fidelity stereo sound.
MTS also provides an extra channel called the Second Audio Program or SAP
which broadcasters can use to transmit a second language for bilingual transmission or for other purposes.
AUDIO SELECT
/ / /
MENU
Second Audio Program (SAP) adjustment
Listening to stereo sound
1
When the TV is turned on or a channel selection is
made, make certain the “STEREO” appears on the
screen. This means that Stereo broadcasting is available. You can enjoy stereo sound from the left and
right speakers.
Press MENU, then press
option.
or
to select
LANGUAGE/
IDIOMA/LANGUE
PICTURE
SAP
PICTURE PREFERENCE
/
2
Press
or
/
/
OFF
• When mono broadcasting is received, no indication is
displayed.
• If the broadcast signal is not strong enough or clear
stereo sound is not available, press AUDIO SELECT
to change to mono sound. The noise should be
eliminated. Press it again to return to the stereo sound.
/ MENU
to select “SAP”.
CH 013
STEREO
3
Press
or
to select “ON” or “OFF”.
Listening to SAP (Second Audio Program)
ON:
OFF:
When the TV is turned on or a channel selection is
made, make certain the SAP appears on the screen.
This means that the Second Audio Program broadcasting is available.
SAP is available.
SAP is not available.
CH 013
STEREO SAP
4
After your desired setting press MENU
repeatedly until the menu screen is cleared.
To select desired sound
Press AUDIO SELECT to select the desired sound.
STEREO
Broadcast
MONO
STEREO
MONO+SAP
STEREO+SAP
SAP setting
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
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Audio display
MONO
MONO
STEREO MONO
STEREO MONO
MONO
SAP
STEREO MONO
SAP
Playback (VCR)
Loading and unloading a cassette tape
Use only video cassette tapes marked
.
Loading
Push the center of the tape until it is automatically inserted.
Insert the cassette tape with its labeled side facing up
and the erase prevention tab positioned at your left. An
inverted cassette tape cannot be inserted.
Erase prevention tab
Automatic power ON
When you insert a cassette tape, the unit power will turn ON automatically.
Automatic playback
When loading a cassette tape without an erase prevention tab, playback will start automatically.
1
Press STOP/EJECT on the front panel or remote
control.
2
Playback (VCR)
Unloading
Remove the cassette tape.
or
Automatic tape eject
This unit will automatically rewind the tape when the tape has ended. And when the tape is rewinded to its beginning,
the cassette tape will be ejected automatically.
Notes:
• Always eject the tape when not in use.
• The cassette tape can be ejected even if the POWER is “OFF”.
To prevent accidental erasure
To prevent accidental erasure
Remove the erase prevention tab with a screwdriver.
To record again
Cover the hole with a piece of adhesive tape.
Screwdriver
Adhesive tape
Erase prevention tab
Tape speed and maximum recording time
Tape Speed
Video cassette tape
T-160
T-120
T-90
T-60
T-30
SP (Standard Play)
2-2/3 hours
2 hours
1-1/2 hours
1 hour
30 minutes
SLP (Super Long Play)
8 hours
6 hours
4-1/2 hours
3 hours
1-1/2 hours
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Playback (VCR)
TV/VCR
Cassette tape playback
To play a prerecorded tape.
PLAY
STOP
FF
REV
PLAY
REW
FF STOP/EJECT
Playback
Rewind or forward the tape
1
Load a pre-recorded tape:
Stop the playback or recording with STOP.
(When loading a cassette tape without the erase
prevention tab, playback will start automatically).
To rewind the tape:
Press REW on the front panel or press
REV on the remote control.
2
To start playback:
Press PLAY on the front panel or on
the remote control.
” will appear
Playback will start. “
on the screen for about 4 seconds.
To forward the tape:
Press FF on the front panel or press
FF on the remote control.
To stop playback:
Press STOP/EJECT once on the front
panel or press STOP on the remote
control.
The tape will stop but remain fully
loaded and ready to play.
“
” will appear on the screen for
about 4 seconds.
To stop the tape-winding, press STOP. To switch to playback directly (without STOP), press PLAY.
Forward/Reverse picture search mode
When the tape is being winded, you can switch to picture
search mode (see 35 ). To do this, press REV or FF
again and hold it down. The unit will resume the tape
winding as soon as the button is released.
Notes:
• If you play a prerecorded tape after the DVD playback, you
must set the unit to TV/VCR mode using the TV/VCR button.
• This unit selects the playback tape speed SP or SLP automatically.
• When you select the TV/VCR mode during DVD playback, DVD
playback will change to the still mode, and after 5 minutes it
will change to the resuming playback mode automatically.
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Special playback
CM SKIP
PAUSE/STILL
TRK –/+
PLAY
FF
SLOW
REV
D.TRACKING
Picture search
Digital tracking controls
Reverse picture search function
Press REV once or twice during the playback.
Forward picture search function
Press FF once or twice during the playback.
To return to playback, press PLAY.
SPEED SEARCH TIMES
PICTURE SEARCH SPEED
PRESS ONCE
PRESS TWICE
SP (Standard Play)
3X
5X
SLP (Super Long Play)
9X
15 X
MANUAL TRACK
Playback (VCR)
TAPE SPEED
When a tape is played, the Digital Auto Tracking system
automatically adjusts the tracking to obtain the best possible
picture. If noise bars appear during playback, adjust the
tracking manually as follows:
• Press TRK + / – to obtain the best possible picture.
“MANUAL TRACK” will appear for 4 seconds on the
screen. To resume automatic tracking, press
D.TRACKING. “DIGITAL TRACK” will appear for 4
seconds on the screen.
DIGITAL TRACK
Still picture
Notes:
• “SP” is more appropriate as less noise appeared during search
Press PAUSE/STILL during playback.
and still playback for tape recorded in SP.
To resume normal playback, press PLAY or PAUSE/STILL.
• The audio output is muted during Picture search, Still picture,
If the still picture jitters excessively, press TRK + / – to
Slow motion and Frame by frame picture.
stabilize the still picture.
Slow motion
During playback press SLOW.
To return to playback, press PLAY.
• During picture search mode there will be noise bars which are
caused by the system.
• The Special Playback will automatically change to playback
after approx. 5 minutes to protect the video tape against
excessive wear.
Slow tracking and vertical lock adjustment
If noise bars appear in the picture during slow motion,
press the TRK + / – to reduce the noise bars.
Frame by frame picture
Press PAUSE/STILL during playback.
Press SLOW one by one. The picture advances frame by
frame.
To return to playback, press PLAY or PAUSE/STILL.
CM skip
Press CM SKIP during playback. The unit will search forward through approximately 30 seconds of the tape (e.g.
unwanted commercial time) for each press of CM SKIP
(maximum six presses) and then resume normal playback.
For example : 1 press: 30 seconds of tape
2 press: 60 seconds of tape
3 press: 90 seconds of tape
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Playback (VCR)
Convenient function
DISPLAY
/ / /
MENU
PLAY
COUNTER RESET
REC
Repeat playback
Using the real time tape counter
The entire video tape will be played until its end. The tape The on-screen real time tape counter shows the tape
will automatically rewind to the beginning and the playback running time in hours, minutes and seconds. You can
easily determine how long the tape has been running or
will be repeated.
how much time is left on the tape.
1
Press MENU, then press
option.
or
1
to select
TIMER REC SET
AUTO REPEAT
Press DISPLAY.
OFF
/
2
Press
or
/
/
/ MENU
2
to select “AUTO REPEAT”.
Press COUNTER RESET to set the counter to
“00:00:00”.
3
Press
or
to select “ON” or “OFF”.
If “ON” is selected, the playback will
be repeated endlessly.
4
Press MENU repeatedly until the menu screen
is cleared.
5
To start the playback, press PLAY.
3
Begin Playback or Recording to start the tape,
the counter will display the elapsed time.
4
When you wish to make the counter disappear,
press DISPLAY once again.
If you press DISPLAY, “ ” will
appear on the screen 22 .
The playback will be repeated endlessly.
To cancel repeat mode:
In step 3 above, press
or
to select “OFF” position. Press
MENU repeatedly until the menu screen is cleared. The repeat
function is canceled automatically when the unit is switched
off.
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DISPLAY
ZERO RETURN
STOP
PLAY
REC
COUNTER RESET
Video head cleaning
Zero return function
The zero return function provides a convenient method of rapVideo head clogging
idly returning to the starting point of recording or playback. The The video heads are the means by
starting point can be indexed for any location on the tape by which the unit reads the picture from the
tape during playback. In the unlikely
pressing COUNTER RESET and ZERO RETURN.
1
Press DISPLAY.
2
Before playback or recording, press COUNTER
RESET to set the counter to “00:00:00”.
3
Begin playback or recording.
4
Press STOP.
Good Picture
Snowy Picture
Video head cleaning
Video head cleaning is needed when the playback picture
becomes unclear. This signifies that the heads are getting dirty
and can occur when playing poor quality or damaged tapes. If
the heads require cleaning, use a equivalent high quality chemical
non-abrasive (wet) head cleaning tape or have them cleaned
professionally. If playing a head cleaning tape in the unit once
does not improve the picture, play it several times before
requesting service.
Notes:
• DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE VIDEO HEADS OR
SERVICE THE UNIT BY REMOVING THE REAR COVER.
• Video heads may eventually wear out and should be replaced
when they fail to produce clear pictures.
• To help prevent video head clogging, use only good quality
VHS tapes. Discard worn out tapes.
Playback (VCR)
event that the heads become dirty
enough to be clogged, no picture will be
played back. This can easily be determined if, during playback of a known
good tape, there is good sound, but no
picture (picture is extremely snowy). If
this is the case, the unit need to check
and clear by the qualified service personnel.
5
Press ZERO RETURN. The tape will rewind and
automatically stop at the “00:00:00” position.
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Recording (VCR)
TV/VCR
Recording a TV program
0–9
Recording and viewing the same TV program.
CH
/
STOP
PAUSE/STILL
REC
SPEED
Recording a TV program
To stop recording
1
Load a cassette tape with the erase
prevention tab intact.
Press STOP to stop recording.
2
Press SPEED to select the desired tape speed
SP or SLP.
The unit will automatically turn on.
The tape counter and SP or SLP will
appear on the screen for about 4
seconds.
“ ” will appear on screen for about
4 seconds.
To stop recording temporarily
00 : 00 : 00 SP
3
Select “TV” or “CABLE” to the appropriate
position 26 .
TV
- VHF/UHF channels
CABLE - Cable TV channels
4
Press PAUSE/STILL to avoid recording unwanted
material.
“ ” will appear on the screen and
the REC/OTR indicator will blink on
and off. Press PAUSE/STILL or
REC to continue the recording.
Press Direct channel selection (0–9) buttons or
CH / to select the channel to be recorded.
CH 110
Note:
The pause function will be released after 5 minutes to prevent
damage to the tape or the unit. The unit will change to the STOP
mode.
5
Press REC.
“ ” will appear on the screen for
about 4 seconds and the REC/OTR
indicator on the front panel will light.
+0 Notes:
• If power is switched off during recording, the TV and the
DVD sections go off and the VCR continues to record.
Press the STOP button to halt the recording and turn off the
VCR.
• The unit channel cannot be changed during recording.
• If you record the TV program after the DVD playback, you
must set the unit to TV/VCR mode using the TV/VCR button.
Auto Rewind feature
This VCR will automatically rewind the tape when the tape
has ended (except during OTR and timer recording). It will
also eject the tape.
Note:
If the erase prevention tab is removed, the tape will eject when
REC button is pressed for recording.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
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DVD
One-touch Timer Recording (OTR)
0–9
The One-touch timer recording feature provides a simple and
convenient way to make a timed recording.
CH
/
STOP
REC
SPEED
One-touch timer recording (OTR)
Example: One-touch timer recording for 30 minutes.
1
The unit will automatically turn on.
Press REC to begin recording. Press the button
again to stop recording after 30 minutes. Each
additional press of REC will increase recording
time as shown below, up to a maximum of 6
hours. “OTR” will appear on the screen.
Press Recording time
NORMAL REC
once
0:30
twice
1:00
3 times
1:30
4 times
2:00
5 times
Press SPEED to select the desired tape speed
SP or SLP.
Press Recording time
3:00
6 times
4:00
7 times
5:00
8 times
6:00
9 times
10 times NORMAL REC
The tape counter and SP or SLP will
appear on the screen for about 4
seconds.
Recording (VCR)
2
Load a cassette tape with the erase
prevention tab intact.
5
OTR 0 : 30
CH 110
00 : 00 : 00 SP
3
Set “TV” or “CABLE” option to the appropriate
position 26 .
To cancel OTR
Press STOP.
TV
- VHF/UHF channels
CABLE - Cable TV channels
4
Press Direct channel selection (0–9) buttons or
CH / to select the channel to be recorded.
“
” will appear on screen for about 4 seconds.
CH 110
Notes:
• If you wish to watch the DVD playback during the recording
or the OTR, press DVD to change to DVD mode and
perform the DVD playback 44 .
• The channel cannot be changed during recording.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
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Recording (VCR)
TV/VCR
Timer recording
Timer recording can be programmed on-screen with the remote control.
The built-in timer allows automatic unattended recording of up to 8
programs within 1 month.
ENTER
/ / /
MENU
TIMER REC
Timer recording
Preparation:
5
• Press TV/VCR to select the TV/VCR mode.
• Load a cassette tape with the erase prevention tab
intact.
• Check the time and date are correct 21 .
Example:
Program a timer recording for 23rd day, channel 125
(Cable TV), 7:00 - 9:30 PM (Tape speed : SLP).
Set the start time, end time, channel and tape
speed as in step 4.
Then press ENTER.
1
or
Press MENU, then press
option.
to select
TIMER REC SET
AUTO REPEAT
Notes:
• Press to move cursor backward
for correction.
• To record from external source set
the channel to “L”.
OFF
23 TH 7:00PM 9:30PM 125 SLP
/ / ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
/
2
Press
press
or
/
/
/ MENU
to select “TIMER REC SET”, then
.
3
Press
or
to select one of the program line,
then press ENTER.
4
Press
or
to select the date, then press
To set the timer for another program, repeat
steps 3 to 5 to set another program.
Press TIMER REC. The TIMER REC indicator
will light. The Timer is programed, when the
programed time is reached, the recording is
automatically started.
To cancel timer recording, press
TIMER REC button again and
TIMER REC indicator will go out.
Notes:
• The VCR section cannot be used while the TIMER REC indicator is lit. If you want to use the VCR operation, press
TIMER REC to deactivate the timer.
• When the clock is not set, you cannot select “TIMER REC”.
In this case, set the clock (see pages 19 ~ 21 ).
• After a power failure or disconnection of the power plug,all
programmed recording setting and time display will be
lost upon resumption of power. In this case, reset the clock
(see pages 19 ~ 21 ) and reprogram any timer recordings.
• If you want to correct the digits while setting, press
or
until the item you want to correct, then press
or
to
correct the desired setting.
• If programming is performed without a tape in the unit, or
with a tape without an erase prevention tab, the Timer Recording is not possible. If a tape without an erase prevention
tab is in the unit, the tape will be ejected.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
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6
7
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ENTER
/ / /
CANCEL
PROGRAM
To set daily/weekly timer
To confirm the settings
Weekly (e.g. WKL-TUE: each Tuesday) or daily (e.g.
MON-SAT: Monday to Saturday) Timer recording
Follow the procedure of timer recording on page 40 . At
picture 4, press or repeatedly until the desired setting
appears. Then press ENTER.
Press PROGRAM once. The TV screen displays the
timer program list. Press PROGRAM again. The TV
screen displays the ON/OFF timer setting.
When you press
repeatedly, the indicator at DATE will
change as follows, in this case the day is Friday.
The current day (Friday)
SUN-SAT (Sunday to Saturday)
Press PROGRAM 3 times. The
menu screen is cleared.
(once)
(twice)
23 TH 7:00PM 9:30PM 125 SLP
MON-SAT (Monday to Saturday)
One month later
minus one day
MON-FRI (Monday to Friday)
WKL-WED
(Weekly Wednesday)
Recording (VCR)
/ / ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
WKL-THU (Weekly Thursday)
To cancel a program
Press PROGRAM once. The TV screen displays the
timer program list.
or
to select the unnecessary program,
Press
and press CANCEL to cancel the program.
If the programs overlap another
23TH
7 : 0
0
PM
9 : 3
0
PM
125
120
24
W
E
8 : 0
0
PM
9 : 0
0
PM
26
S
A 120
10 : 0
0
AM 10 : 3
0
AM 007
7 : 0
0
PM
9 : 0
0
PM
26
S
A
018
27
S
U
8 : 3
0
PM
9 : 0
0
PM
001
6 : 0
0
PM
6 : 3
0
PM
28
M
O
110
11 : 0
0 PM 11 : 2
0 PM 29
T
U
31
W
E
125
7 : 3
0
PM
9 : 0
0
PM
Do not overlap timer programs as portions of the
conflicting programs will be lost. The first recording
time has priority over the next recording time as shown
in the diagram below.
If you set up many timer recording programs at the
same start time, the priority will be the top program in
the timer recording list.
8 : 00
9 : 00
10 : 00
/
SLP
LP
SLP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SLP
/ ENTER/CANCEL/MENU
23TH
7 : 0 0 PM 9 : 3 0 PM 125 SLP
2 4 W E 8 : 0 0 PM 9 : 0 0 PM 120 SLP
2 6 S A 10 : 0 0 AM 10 : 3 0 AM 120 SLP
11 : 00
27SU
8 : 3 0 PM 9 : 0 0 PM 018 SP
2 8 M O 6 : 0 0 PM 6 : 3 0 PM 001 SP
2 9 T U 11 : 0 0 PM 11 : 2 0 PM 110 SP
3 1 W E 7 : 3 0 PM 9 : 0 0 PM 125 SLP
Program 1
Program 2
Deleted Parts
/
/ ENTER/MENU
Program 3
Non Recorded Portion Parts
Recording
Control Settings
Prog.1
Prog.2
Prog.3
Notes:
• The daily/weekly recording can be made continuously until the
recording is canceled or the tape reaches the end.
• During timer recording the automatic rewinding mechanism
does not function.
• You can correct or cancel the programed setting in program
confirm mode.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
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Other functions (VCR)
TV/VCR
Duplicating a video tape
If you connect the unit to another VCR or Camcorder, you can
duplicate a previously recorded tape. Make all connections before
turning on the power.
INPUT
STOP
REC
SPEED
Duplicating a video tape
Preparation:
• Press TV/VCR to select the TV/VCR mode.
• Load a cassette tape with the erase prevention tab
intact.
• Load a previously recorded tape into the playback
Connection with second video recorder
Playback VCR
VCR or Camcorder.
1
2
Press SPEED to select the desired tape speed
SP or SLP.
It is recommended to set the Speed to
the SP mode on the recording VCR
for best results.
To VIDEO OUT
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
To AUDIO (R) OUT
To AUDIO (L) OUT
Recording VCR
Press INPUT to select AUDIO/VIDEO input
position.
LINE
To VIDEO IN
3
Press REC.
To AUDIO (R) IN
To AUDIO (L) IN
Connection with Camcorder
Playback Camcorder
4
5
Press PLAY on the playback VCR or camcorder.
Recording VCR
To AV Jack
Press STOP when you finish duplicating.
To AUDIO (R) IN
To AUDIO (L) IN
To VIDEO IN
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
For duplicating a previously recorded tape from a
camcorder, follow the camcorder manufacturer’s
instructions. A typical camcorder dubbing hookup is
shown above.
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DVD
TV/VCR
Recording a DVD/CD disc
You can record disc material in DVD, Audio CD, etc. onto a video
tape with this unit.
PLAY
STOP
REC
SPEED
Duplicating a DVD or CD disc
Preparation:
• Press TV/VCR to select the TV/VCR mode.
• Load a cassette tape with the erase prevention tab intact.
• Load a DVD/CD disc.
Press SPEED to select the desired tape speed
SP or SLP.
2
Press DVD to select the DVD mode.
3
Press PLAY to start playback.
4
Press REC to start recording.
5
Other functions (VCR)
1
Notes:
• You may not record the beginning of the disc, so start to
playback the disc, then start to record.
• You cannot record the disc with copy guard function. “DISC
IS COPY PROTECTED” will show up on the TV screen for
approx. 4 seconds.
The unit will change to the VCR mode
automatically and the playback picture
or sound will be duplicated on the
video cassette tape.
Press STOP when you finish recording.
If you wish to stop a DVD/CD disc,
press DVD to change the DVD mode,
then press STOP.
The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of
television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials,
is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States
and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
criminal liability.
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Basic playback (DVD)
Playing a disc
This section shows you the basics on how to play a disc.
CAUTION
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing.
Neglecting to do so may cause serious personal injury.
DVD
VCD
CD
5 3,5
1 4
6
Basic playback
Preparations:
• Insert the AC cord plug into a standard 120V 60Hz polarized AC outlet. If the AC cord plug is plugged in for the first time,
you need to set “Starting setup” 18 .
• When connecting to other equipment, turn power off.
1
Press POWER on the unit or on the remote control
to turn on the unit.
The Power indicator will light.
• Every time you press POWER, the unit starts from
TV mode.
• When using an amplifier, switch on the amplifier.
5
Press OPEN/CLOSE or PLAY.
OR
The disc tray closes automatically.
On the TV-screen, “ ” changes to
“Reading” and then playback
commences.
Reading
2
Press DVD to select DVD mode.
The DVD startup screen will appear on the screen.
“Reading” display will change to “No Disc”. (If DVD disc
has already loaded, playReading
back will start automatically.)
• A menu screen will appear on the TV screen, if
the disc has a menu feature.
Press C/D or B/A to select title, then press ENTER.
Title is selected and play commences.
6
3
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
The disc tray opens.
4
Place the disc on the disc tray.
Press STOP to end playback.
3 Resuming facility
• The unit records the stopped point,
depending on the disc. “ ”
appears on the screen. Press
PLAY to resume playback (from
the scene point).
• If you press STOP again or unload
the disc (“3” appears on the
screen.), the unit will clear the
stopped point.
3 To start playback in the stop mode
Press PLAY.
With the playback
side down
• There are two different disc sizes. Place the disc in
the correct guide on the disc tray. If the disc is out of
the guide, it may damage the disc and cause the unit
to malfunction.
• Do not place a disc which is unplayable on the disc tray.
Note:
If the unit does not operate properly:
Static electricity, etc., may affect the player's operation. Disconnect the AC power cord once, then connect it again.
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To obtain a higher quality picture
Occasionally, some picture noise not usually visible during a normal broadcast
may appear on the TV screen while playing a DVD video disc because the high
resolution pictures on these discs include a lot of information. The amount of noise
depends on the TV you use with this unit. You should generally reduce the
sharpness adjustment on your TV when viewing DVD video discs.
About DVD VCD CD
The DVD VCD CD icons on the heading bar show the playable discs for the
function described under that heading.
DVD : You can use this function with DVD video discs.
VCD : You can use this function with Video CDs.
CD
: You can use this function with Audio CDs and CD-R/RW CDs.
To pause playback (still mode)
Press PAUSE/STILL during playback.
To resume normal playback, press
PLAY.
POWER
DVD
PLAY
PAUSE/STILL
STOP
OPEN/CLOSE
To remove the disc
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
Remove the disc after the disc tray
opens completely.
• The sound is muted during still
mode.
To stop playback
Press STOP.
Be sure to press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray
after you remove the disc.
Basic playback (DVD)
Notes:
• If a non-compatible disc is loaded, “Incorrect Disc”, “Region Code Error” or “Parental Error” will appear on the TV screen
according to the type of loaded disc. In this case, check your disc again (see 8 and 60 ).
• Some discs may take a minute or so to start playback.
• When you set a single-faced disc label downwards (i.e. the wrong way up) and press OPEN/CLOSE or PLAY on the unit,
“Reading” will appear on the display for a few minutes and then “Incorrect Disc” will continue to be displayed.
• Some discs may not work the resuming facility.
• Resuming cannot function when you play a PBC-featured Video CD while the PBC is on. To turn off the PBC, see page # .
• Some playback operations of DVDs may be intentionally fixed by software producers. Since this unit plays DVDs according
to the disc contents the software producers designed, some playback features may not be available. Also refer to the
instructions supplied with the DVDs.
• Do not move the unit during playback. Doing so may damage the disc.
• Use OPEN/CLOSE to open and close the disc tray. Do not push the disc tray while it is moving. Doing so may cause the unit
to malfunction.
• Do not push up on the disc tray or put any objects other than discs on the disc tray. Doing so may cause the unit to
malfunction.
• In many instances, a menu screen will appear after playback of a movie is completed. Prolonged display of an on-screen
menu may damage your television set, permanently etching that image onto its screen. To avoid this, be sure to press
POWER on your remote control once the movie is completed.
• There may be a slight delay between the button is pressed and the function activates.
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Basic playback (DVD)
Playing a disc (Continued)
PAUSE/STILL
PLAY
FF
SKIP
SLOW
REV
DVD
VCD
CD
Playing in fast reverse or fast forward directions
To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
Press REV or FF during playback.
PLAY
REV: Fast reverse playback
FF: Fast forward playback
Each time you press REV or FF, the
playback speed changes.
DVD
VCD
/
Notes:
• The unit mutes sound and subtitles during reverse and
forward scan of DVD/VCD video discs. However, the unit
plays sound during fast forward or fast reverse play of audio
CDs.
• The playback speed may differ depending on the disc.
Playing frame by frame
To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
Press PAUSE/STILL during still playback.
Each time you press PAUSE/STILL,
the picture advances one frame.
Note:
The sound is muted during frame by frame playback.
DVD
VCD
Playing in slow-motion
To resume normal playback
Press SLOW
during playback.
Each time you press SLOW
slow-motion speed changes.
DVD
VCD
CD
Press PLAY.
, the
Note:
The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
Locating a chapter or track
Press SKIP
or
repeatedly to display the chapter or track number you want.
Playback starts from the selected chapter or track.
To locate succeeding chapters or
tracks.
Note:
Press and hold SKIP on the unit during playback to play forward or in reverse.
Afterwards, each time you press and hold SKIP, the playback speed will change.
Playback starts from the beginning of
the current chapter or track.
When you press twice in quick successions,
playback starts from the beginning of
the preceding chapter or track.
Notes:
• A prohibition symbol “
” may appear at the upper left of the screen. This symbol means either the feature you tried is not
available on the disc, or the unit cannot access the feature at this time. This does not indicate a problem with the unit.
• The unit is capable of holding a still video image or On screen display image on your television screen indefinitely. If you leave
the still video image or On screen display image displayed on your TV for an extended period of time, you risk permanent
damage to your television screen. Projection televisions are very susceptible.
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Advanced playback (DVD)
DISPLAY
Zooming/Locating desired scene
0–9
JUMP
ENTER
/ / /
CANCEL
ZOOM
DVD
VCD
DVD
VCD
CD
Zooming
Locating desired scene
This unit will allow you to zoom in on the frame image. You Use the title, chapter and time recorded on the DVD disc to
can then make selections by switching the position of the locate the desired point to play back. In the case of VCD/CD
disc, time and track are used to locate the desired point to
frame.
play back.
Press ZOOM during playback.
To check the title, chapter and time, press DISPLAY.
1
The center part of the image will be
zoomed in.
Each press of ZOOM will change the
ZOOM 1 (x 1.3), 2 (x 1.5) and 3
(x 2.0).
1
T
1
Press
frame.
/ / /
T
T
T
3
C
Press Number buttons (0–9) to change the
number.
T
In the zoom mode, press ZOOM repeatedly to
return to a 1:1 view ( Off).
Notes:
• You can select the Pause, Slow or Search playback in the zoom
mode.
• Some discs may not respond to zoom feature.
Time”, “ T
C
Advanced playback (DVD)
3
Press
or
to select the “
Title/Track” or “ C Chapter”.
to view a different part of the
You may move the frame from the
center position to UP, DOWN, LEFT
or RIGHT direction.
C
• “Time” only works in playback or resume
stop mode.
2
2
Press JUMP during playback or stop mode.
12
• If you input a wrong number, press
CANCEL.
• Refer to the package supplied with
the disc to check the numbers.
4
Press ENTER. Playback starts.
• When you change the title,
playback starts from Chapter 1
of the selected title.
• Some discs may not work in the
above operation.
Note:
In case of the Video-CD playback with PBC, the JUMP does not
work. To turn off PBC, see page # .
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Advanced playback (DVD)
Repeat playback/A-B Repeat playback
PLAY MODE
/
ENTER
PLAY
REPEAT A-B
DVD
VCD
CD
1
2
DVD
VCD
CD
Repeat playback
Press PLAY MODE during playback or stop mode.
A-B Repeat playback
A-B repeat playback allows you to repeat material between
two selected points.
1
Press REPEAT A-B during playback.
The start point is selected.
A
[DVD]
A to select “Chapter” or “Title”.
Press B/A
The unit automatically starts repeat
playback after finishing the current title
or chapter.
Repeat
:
Off
2
Press REPEAT A-B again.
The end point is selected. Playback
starts at the point that you selected.
Playback stops at the end point, returns to point A automatically, then
starts again.
[Video CD, Audio CD, MP3/WMA CD]
Press A to select “Repeat”and then press ENTER
to select “Track” or “All”.
A B
The unit automatically starts repeat
playback after finishing the current
track.
Play Mode : Off Repeat : Off
/Enter/Play Mode
• If you set the repeat mode during stop mode,
press PLAY to start Repeat playback.
3
Press PLAY MODE again to clear the screen.
To resume normal playback
Select Repeat : “Off” in step 2.
Notes:
• Some discs may not work with the repeat operation.
• In case of Video CD with PBC, repeat functions are
prohibited during playback.
To resume normal playback
Press REPEAT A-B again.
“
Off ” appears on the screen.
Notes:
• In A-B Repeat mode, subtitles near the A or B locations may
not be displayed.
• You cannot set the A-B Repeat for the scenes that include
multiple angles.
• A-B Repeat playback does not work when Repeat playback is
activated.
• You may not be able to set A-B Repeat, during certain scenes
of the DVD.
• A-B Repeat does not work with an interactive DVD and MP3/
WMA CD.
• A-B Repeat is prohibited when PBC is on.
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Program playback/Random playback
0–9
You can arrange the playback order of tracks or files on the disc. And also
the unit selects tracks or files at random and playback them. These feature
works for Audio CD, Video CD, MP3/WMA and JPEG CD.
PLAY MODE
▲/▼/ /
CANCEL
PLAY
ENTER
VCD
CD
1
Program playback
4
Press PLAY MODE in the stop mode.
The programs you selected will start to playback in
the order.
• To resume normal playback, select Play Mode:
“Off” in step 2.
2
Press
or
to select Play Mode, then press
ENTER to select “Program”.
Play Mode : Program
1
2
3
Clear
3
4
5
6
:
Repeat
7
8
9
Program Playback
/Enter/0 9/Cancel/Play Mode
!"#!
!#! ■ To change the program
1. In the program mode, press C/D/B /A to select the track
number.
2. Press Number buttons (0–9) to select the track number to
be replaced.
■ To clear the program one by one
In the program mode, press C/D/B/A to select the track
number. Then press CANCEL.
■ To clear all the programs
In the program mode, press C/D/B/A to select “Clear”. Then
press ENTER.
Note:
The program is canceled when you open the disc tray or
turn the power off.
Advanced playback (DVD)
VCD
CD
10
11
12
• To program others, repeat step 3.
• If you input a wrong number, press
CANCEL.
T Off
Press / / / to select the programming position. Use Number buttons (0–9) to input the
Track or file numbers.
Press / / / to select “Program Playback”
and press ENTER.
Random playback
1
Press PLAY MODE during playback or stop
mode.
2
Press / to select Play Mode, then press
ENTER to select “Random”.
3
Press PLAY.
The Random Playback will start.
• If you set “Random” during playback mode,
Random playback will begin after the track that is
currently being played has ended.
• To resume normal playback, select Play Mode:
“Off” in step 2.
Note:
In playing back the Video CD with PBC, you cannot set
Random playback.
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Advanced playback (DVD)
Changing angles/Title selection/DVD menu
ENTER
DVD MENU
▲/▼/ /
PLAY
ANGLE
TOP MENU
Changing angles
When playing back a disc recorded with multi-angle facility, you can change the angle that you are viewing the scene from.
1
Press ANGLE during playback.
The current angle will appear.
2
Press ANGLE repeatedly until the desired angle
is selected.
1/9
Note:
Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to change the
angles even if multi-angles are recorded on the DVD.
Title selection
Two or more titles are recorded on some discs. If the title menu is recorded on the disc, you can select the desired title.
1
Press TOP MENU during playback.
2
Press
Title menu appears on the screen.
/
/
/
3
Press ENTER or PLAY.
The playback of the selected title will
start.
to select the desired title.
Note:
Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to select the title.
Depending on the DVD, a “title menu” may simply be called a
“menu” or “title” in the instructions supplied with the disc.
DVD menu
Some DVDs allow you to select the disc contents using the menu.
When you play back these DVDs, you can select the subtitle language and sound-track language, etc. using the menu.
1
Press DVD MENU during playback.
The DVD menu appears on the screen.
• Press DVD MENU again to resume
playback at the scene when you
pressed DVD MENU.
2
Press
/
/
/
to select the desired item.
3
Press ENTER.
The menu continues to another
screen. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set
the item completely.
Note:
Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to resume
playback from the scene point when you pressed DVD MENU.
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Changing soundtrack language/
Subtitles
DVD
VCD
Changing soundtrack language
You can select the language when you play a multilingual disc.
1
SUBTITLE
AUDIO SELECT
Press AUDIO SELECT during playback.
The current soundtrack language will
appear.
Subtitles
When playing back a disc recorded with subtitles, you can
select the subtitle language or turn the subtitle off.
1
Press SUBTITLE repeatedly during playback until
your desired language appears.
1/8 Eng
1/8 Eng
2
D
Press AUDIO SELECT repeatedly until the desired
language is selected.
2/8 Fra
Off
In case of Video CD playback
Audio type changes as follows each time you press
AUDIO SELECT.
• The on screen display will disappear after a
few seconds.
Notes:
• Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to change
subtitles, or to turn subtitles on or off.
• While playing a DVD, the subtitle may change when you
open or close the disc tray.
• In some cases, a selected subtitle language may not be
changed immediately.
R
Notes:
• If the desired language is not heard after pressing the
button several times, the language is not recorded on the disc.
• Changing soundtrack language is canceled when you
open the disc tray. The initial default language or available
language will be heard if the disc is played back again.
• If you select DTS in playing DTS-encoded disc, no sound
will be heard from the unit’s speakers.
Advanced playback (DVD)
L
To turn off the subtitle, press SUBTITLE until
“Off” appears.
D
• The on screen display will disappear after a few
seconds.
LR
2
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Advanced playback (DVD)
1
Disc status/To turn off the PBC
DISPLAY
PLAY MODE
ENTER
/
DVD
VCD
CD
Disc status
VCD
To turn off the PBC
Press DISPLAY during playback. The status display
of the disc will appear on the screen in order like
the figure below.
1
Press PLAY MODE in the stop mode.
DVD
2
Press / to select Play Mode, then press
ENTER to select “Off”.
Title elapsed playing time
Play status
00:03:13 01:30:32
Title total time
Chapter Number
Title number
T
1/2
C
1/2
00:03:13 01:30:32
Type of audio
Subtitle language
1/1 Eng
3
1/2 Fra
D
1/1
Camera angle
Audio language
Display Off
VCD (with PBC)
Press PLAY MODE again to clear the screen .
To turn on the PBC
Select Play Mode : “PBC” in step 2.
Note:
You can also turn off the PBC by pressing number button 1
and ENTER in the stop mode.
Title elapsed playing time
PBC
Play status
6 1/2
Title number
05:28
45:03
05:28
45:03
Title total time
Display Off
Audio CD
Track elapsed playing time
Play status
Tracknumber
T
34:56
11/99
71:33
Track total time
• When you play a CD disc, the status display will
appear and remain on the screen.
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MP3/WMA CD/JPEG CD information
This unit can playback the MP3/WMA/JPEG-data which has been recorded on CD-R or CD-RW. To produce the MP3/WMA/
JPEG-data, you need a Windows-PC with CD-R/RW drive and a MP3/WMA/JPEG-encoding Software (not supplied).
The Apple-HFS-System cannot be played.
This player requires discs/recordings to meet certain technical standards in order to achieve optimal playback quality.
There are many different types of recordable disc formats (including CD-R containing MP3/WMA files). Not all
recordable discs will produce optimal playback quality. The technical criteria set forth in this owner's manual are meant
only as a guide. Use of CD-RW for MP3 files is not recommended.
You must obtain any required permission from copyright owners to download or use copyrighted content.
Toshiba cannot and does not grant such permission.
CD
MP3/WMA CD/JPEG CD information
Limitations on MP3/WMA/JPEG CD playback
• MP3/WMA/JPEG CD is the disc that is standardized by ISO9660, its file name must include 3-digits extension letters, “.mp3”, “.wma”, “.jpg”.
• MP3/WMA/JPEG CD must be correspond to the ISO standardized files.
• This unit can read 600 files per disc. If one directory has more than 600 files, it reads up to 600 files, the
remaining files will be omitted.
• The unit is able to recognize up to a maximum of 50 directories per disc.
• MP3/WMA/JPEG CDs cannot be used for the purpose of recording.
• If the CD has both audio tracks and MP3/WMA/JPEG files, only audio tracks are played.
• It may take more than one minute for this unit to read MP3/WMA/JPEG files depending on its structure.
• Music recorded by “Joliet Recording Specification” can be played back, the file name is displayed (within 16
letters) on the screen. Long file names will be condensed.
• The music files recorded by “Hierarchical File System” (HFS) cannot be played.
Limitations on display
• The maximum number for display is 16 letters.
Available letters for display are the following:
capital or small alphabets of A through Z, numbers of 0 through 9, and _ (under score).
• Other letters than those above are replaced in hyphen.
Notes on MP3/WMA/JPEG files
Advanced playback (DVD)
To playback MP3/WMA/JPEG CD in the recorded order,
1. Use MP3/WMA/JPEG software that records data alphabetically or numerically.
2. Name each file including two-digit or three-digit number (ex. “01” “02” or “001” “002”).
3. Refrain from making too many sub-folders.
CAUTION:
• Some MP3/WMA/JPEG CDs cannot be played back depending on the recording conditions.
• The CD-R/RW that has no music data or non MP3/WMA/JPEG files cannot be played back.
Standard, sampling frequency, and the bit rate:
MP3 CD
MPEG-1 Audio
32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
32kbps ~ 320kbps (constant bit rate or variable bit rate)
The recommend recording setting for a high-quality sound is 44.1kHz of sampling frequency and 128kbps of
constant bit rate.
WMA CD
WMA version 7, and 8
32kHz, 48kbps
44.1kHz, 48kbps ~ 192kbps
48kHz, 128kbps ~ 192kbps
The file recorded by mono, 48kHz, 48 kbps is not available to this unit.
Microsoft, Windows Media, and the Windows Logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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Advanced playback (DVD)
MP3/WMA CD playback
0–9
ENTER
▲/▼/
/
STOP
PLAY
MP3/WMA CD playback
1
2
Place a disc on which MP3 or WMA files have
been recorded onto the disc tray.
A file menu screen will appear on the screen.
A or ENTER to select folder.
Press B/A
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CD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Pops
8
Japan
9
Bay Bridge
CLOSE MY EYES 10
DIVE TO BLUE 11
12
Honey
13
BLUE EYES
14
Blurry Eyes
flower
Lies and Truthwinter fall
Rain
Strawberry
Welcome party
Thailand
/0-9/Enter/Play Mode
5
Press STOP to end playback.
• The unit records the stopped point. “ ” appears on
the screen. Press PLAY to resume playback (from
the scene point).
• If you press STOP again or unload the disc, the unit
will clear the stopped point.
About file menu
Operation
3
D/B
B/A
A or Number buttons (0–9) to
Press C/D
select the desired file.
Media type
Elapsed time
File number
Folder
• In case the folder includes more than 14 files, press
B or A to display next file list.
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CD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Pops
8
Japan
9
Bay Bridge
CLOSE MY EYES 10
DIVE TO BLUE 11
12
Honey
13
BLUE EYES
14
Blurry Eyes
-/72 --:--
CD
15
16
flower
Lies and Truthwinter fall
Rain
Strawberry
Welcome party
Thailand
Pops
Mother
Hold Your Last
: Indicates MP3 file
: Indicates WMA file
: Indicates JPEG file
/0-9/Enter/Play Mode
/0-9/Enter/Play Mode
• When PLAY is pressed after the file menu is displayed, or when the disc tray has been closed using
PLAY, playback begins automatically starting from
the first file. In this case, if the first file is an MP3/
WMA file, only MP3/WMA files are played back in
order. If the first file is a JPEG file, the first JPEG file
is played back.
4
/0—9/Enter/Play Mode
Press ENTER.
The selected file starts playing back.
Notes:
• In the case of a CD containing a mixture of MP3, WMA and
JPEG files, the files are played back by selecting them from
the file menu.
• MP3 or WMA file on the Kodak Picture CD is not recognized on this unit.
Notes:
• During MP3/WMA/JPEG playback, you cannot use JUMP and
A-B Repeat functions.
• You can use Repeat (Track or All), Random functions and
Program playback for MP3/WMA playback 48 49 .
• In the case of a CD containing a mixture of MP3, WMA and
JPEG files, the files are played back by selecting them from
the file menu.
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JPEG CD playback
0–9
You can select your desired JPEG file on the file menu and picture menu.
The selected JPEG file is automatically adjusted to the TV screen. (When the
aspect ratio of the JPEG file is different to your TV screen, the black bar will
appear at the top and bottom, or the both sides of the TV screen).
PAUSE
ENTER
▲/▼/
STOP
PLAY
SKIP /
ANGLE
CAUTION:
Some JPEG CDs cannot be played back depending on the recording conditions.
CD
1
2
JPEG CD playback
A file menu screen will appear on the screen.
Press / to select folder.
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CD
Collection
Pic-1
Pic-2
Pic-3
Pic-4
Pic-8
Pic-9
Pic-10
Pic-11
Press / / / or Number buttons (0–9) to select the desired file.
• To display next list, press SKIP
4
8
9
10
11
or
.
Press ENTER. The selected picture appears on
the screen.
Preparation:
Set “JPEG Interval” setting to “5 Seconds”, “10 Seconds” or
“15 Seconds” 59 .
1
2
Select your desired starting file for the slide
show in the step 3 on left.
Press ENTER to start slide show from the selected file.
• If you press PAUSE during the slide show, the slide
show stops temporary. “ 4 ” appears briefly on the
screen.
If the picture appears upside down or sideways, press
ANGLE repeatedly until it’s right side up.
“
”, “
”, “
” or “
” appears briefly
on the screen.
again to resume the slide show.
Press PLAY or SKIP
• When the slide show playback finished, the file list appears.
• To stop the slide show, press STOP. The file list appears.
Press STOP to end playback.
The file menu appears on the screen.
If you want to watch the other file, repeat steps
3 ~ 4.
Advanced playback (DVD)
Rotating an image
You can rotate an image by 90 degrees. Press
ANGLE during playback of the image.
”, “
”, “
” or “
” appears briefly
“
on the screen.
5
Slide show playback
The slide show enables you to view pictures (files) one after
another automatically.
Place a JPEG disc on the disc tray.
1
2
3
4
3
CD
/
Notes:
• During JPEG playback, you cannot use SEARCH and A-B
Repeat functions.
• You can use Repeat (Track or All), Random and Program
functions for JPEG CD playback 48 49 .
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Function setup (DVD)
Customizing the function settings
You can change the default settings to customize performance to your preference.
ENTER
C/D/B/A
SETUP
RETURN
DVD
VCD
CD
1
Setting procedure
Press SETUP during stop mode.
The following on-screen display
appears.
5
To clear SETUP screen, press SETUP or
RETURN.
/Enter/Setup/Return
2
Press B or A to select the desired section, then
press D or ENTER.
3
Press C or D to select the desired option.
4
Change the selection using B or A, by referring
to the corresponding pages 58 ~ 60 .
• Repeat steps 3 and 4 to change
other settings.
• To select another operation, go
back to step 2 by pressing C
repeatedly.
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Setting details
Section
Page
Option
Details
Menu
Subtitle
Audio
To select the language of “Menu”, “Subtitle” and
“Audio” if more than one language are available on
the disc.
TV Screen
To select a picture size according to the aspect
ratio of your TV.
Display
To turn On or Off the operational status display on the
screen.
Picture Mode
To select a preferred picture mode from “Video”,
“Film” or “Auto”.
To select a preferred setting for the slide show playback.
JPEG Interval
DRC
To select On or Off for DRC (Dynamic Range Control).
Password
Input 4-digit password to set the parental level.
Parental
To select a preferred parental level for the parental
setting.
To select a preferred file type for playing back a CD
containing a mixture of file types.
59
60
Function setup (DVD)
Select Files
58
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Function setup (DVD)
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
Setting details
Menu
Subtitle
Audio
English
English
English
4:3
TV Screen
On
Display
Picture Mode
Auto
JPEG Internal
Off
/Setup/Return
Menu, Subtitle, Audio
You can select the language of “Menu”, “Subtitle” and
“Audio” if more than one languages are recorded onto
the disc.
English, Francais, Espanol:
The selected language will be heard or seen.
Other:
Other language can be selected (see the
“Language code list” 62 ).
Original: (Audio)
The unit will select the first-priority language of
each disc.
Off: (Subtitle)
Subtitles do not appear.
Notes:
• If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the
first-priority language is selected.
• If you want to change the OSD language, you can per.
form it by TV MENU
/Setup/Return
TV Screen
You have the following screen sizes to choose from:
4:3
Letter box:
Select this mode when connecting to a conventional
TV. When playing back a wide screen-DVD disc, it
displays the wide picture with black bands at the
top and bottom of screen.
4:3
Pan scan:
It displays the wide picture on the whole screen
with left and right edges automatically cut off.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to view in the selected screen size.
Note:
If the DVD disc is not formatted in the pan & scan style,
it displays 4:3 style.
Display
On screen display can be switched on or off when you
press the buttons.
On: On screen displays appear when you press
the buttons (factory setting).
Off: On screen displays do not appear when you
press any buttons.
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Picture Mode
There are two types of source content in pictures recorded in DVD video discs: film content (pictures recorded from films at 24 frames per second) and video
content (video signals recorded at 30 frames per second). Make this selection according to the type of content
being viewed.
Auto: Select this position normally.
The DVD player automatically detects source
content, film or video of playback source,
and converts that signal in the progressive
output format in an appropriate method.
Film:
The DVD player converts film content pictures in the progressive output format appropriately. Suitable for playback of film content
pictures. The progressive output feature will
be most effective under this selection.
Video: The DVD player filters video signal and
converts it in the progressive output format
appropriately.
Suitable for playback of video content pictures.
Note:
Depending on the disc, pictures may be cut off or doubled.
In this case, select “Video”.
DRC
OFF
/Setup/Return
DRC
DRC (Dynamic Range Control) enables you to control
the dynamic range so as to achieve a suitable sound for
your equipment.
On: Loud sound such as explosion or similar
is toned down slightly when played back.
This makes it suitable for when it is connected to a stereo.
Off: It plays back at the recording level on the
disc.
Notes:
• This function works only during playback of Dolby Digital
recorded discs.
• The level of Dynamic Range Reduction may differ
depending on DVD video disc.
JPEG Interval
Function setup (DVD)
You can continuously playback all JPEG files automatically.
After the selection below, the disc will start playback on
which JPEG files have been recorded.
Off:
Plays back one file at a time.
5 Seconds:
Plays back images in the form of a slide show at
5 second intervals.
10 Seconds:
Plays back images in the form of a slide show at
10 second intervals.
15 Seconds:
Plays back images in the form of a slide show in
15 second intervals.
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Function setup (DVD)
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
Setting details
To change the parental level
Password
Parental
Select Files
---Off
All
/0–9/Enter/Cancel/Setup/Return
Parental control setting
Some discs are specified not suitable for children.
Such discs can be limited not to play back with the unit.
1) Press C or D to select “Parental”, then press B
or A until the level you require appears.
• Level Off: The parental control setting does not
function.
• Level 8: Virtually all DVD software can be played
back.
• Level 1: DVD software for adults cannot be
played back.
Select from the level 1 to level 8. The limitation will
be more severe as the level number is lower.
2) Press C or D to select “Password”.
Press Number buttons (0–9) to input a 4-digit
password. Be sure to remember this number!
• If you input a wrong number, press CANCEL.
3) Press ENTER to store the password.
Note: Now the rating is locked and the setting can
not be changed unless you enter the correct pass
word.
4) Press OPEN/CLOSE to activate Parental control
setting. (See “Temporary disabling of rating level
by DVD disc” 61 .)
Notes:
• Depending on the discs, the unit cannot limit playback.
• Some discs may not be encoded with specific rating
level information though its disc jacket says “adult.” For
those discs, the age restriction will not work.
1) Press C or D to select “Password”.
2) Press Number buttons (0–9) to enter the password
you have stored.
3) Press ENTER.
• The rating is now unlocked.
4) Press C or D to select “Parental”, then press B
or A to change the parental level.
5) Press C or D to select “Password”, then press
Number buttons (0–9) to enter the password.
Note: You can change the password if you want.
6) Press ENTER.
Now the parental level is changed and locked.
If you forget the password.
1. Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
2. Remove the disc.
3. Press OPEN/CLOSE again to close the disc tray.
“No Disc” appears on the screen.
4. Press and hold STOP on the front panel, and at the
same time press 7 on the remote control until
“PASSWORD CLEAR” appears on the screen.
5. Enter a new password again.
Select Files
When playing back a CD containing a mixture of MP3,
WMA and JPEG files, only MP3/WMA or JPEG files can
be displayed on the file menu.
All:
Displays all files.
Music Only:
Displays only MP3/WMA files.
Pictures Only:
Displays only JPEG files.
Note:
If each setup 58 ~ 60 has been completed, the unit can
always be worked under the same conditions (especially
with DVD discs).
Each setup will be retained in the memory even if you turn
the power off.
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Temporary disabling of rating level by DVD disc
Depending on the DVD disc, the disc may try to temporarily cancel the rating
level that you have set.
It is up to you to decide whether to cancel the rating level or not.
0–9
▲/▼
ENTER
PLAY
RETURN
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
1
Temporary disabling of rating level by DVD disc
Load a DVD disc and press PLAY or OPEN/
CLOSE on the unit 28 .
4
Enter the password with Number buttons (0–9).
Then press ENTER.
To exit from the entry, press RETURN.
2
If the DVD disc has been designed to temporarily
cancel the Rating level, the screen which follows
the “Reading” screen will change, depending on
which disc is played. If you select “YES” with the
ENTER key, “Your disc exceeds the parental
control level#.” screen will then appear.
Reading
Your disc exceeds
the parental control level#.
Parental Control Level
Cancel Picture
/Enter/Return
3
5
Playback will commence if the entered password was correct.
Function setup (DVD)
If you wish to cancel the set rating level temporarily, select “Parental Control Level” with
or
, then press ENTER. If the 4-digit password at
step 2 on page 60 has been set, the password
entering screen will appear as shown in step 4.
Alternatively, if the password has not been set,
playback will commence. If you don’t know (or
have forgotten) the password, select “Cancel
Picture”.
The setting screen will disappear. Press OPEN/
CLOSE to remove the disc.
Note:
This temporary cancellation of rating level will be kept until the
disc is ejected.
When the disc is ejected, the original rating level will be set again
automatically.
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Others
Language code list
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “Menu”, “Subtitle” and/or “Audio” 58 .
Language Name Code
Language Name Code
Language Name Code
Language Name Code
Abkhazian
1112
Fiji
1620
Lingala
2224
Singhalese
2919
Afar
1111
Finnish
1619
Lithuanian
2230
Slovak
2921
Afrikaans
1116
French
1628
Macedonian
2321
Slovenian
2922
Albanian
2927
Frisian
1635
Malagasy
2317
Somali
2925
Amharic
1123
Galician
1722
Malay
2329
Spanish
1529
Arabic
1128
Georgian
2111
Malayalam
2322
Sundanese
2931
Armenian
1835
German
1415
Maltese
2330
Swahili
2933
Assamese
1129
Greek
1522
Maori
2319
Swedish
2932
Aymara
1135
Greenlandic
2122
Marathi
2328
Tagalog
3022
Azerbaijani
1136
Guarani
1724
Moldavian
2325
Tajik
3017
Bashkir
1211
Gujarati
1731
Mongolian
2324
Tamil
3011
Basque
1531
Hausa
1811
Nauru
2411
Tatar
3030
Bengali; Bangla 1224
Hebrew
1933
Nepali
2415
Telugu
3015
Bhutani
1436
Hindi
1819
Norwegian
2425
Thai
3018
Bihari
1218
Hungarian
1831
Oriya
2528
Tibetan
1225
Breton
1228
Icelandic
1929
Panjabi
2611
Tigrinya
3019
Bulgarian
1217
Indonesian
1924
Pashto, Pushto 2629
Tonga
3025
Burmese
2335
Interlingua
1911
Persian
1611
Turkish
3028
Byelorussian
1215
Irish
1711
Polish
2622
Turkmen
3021
Cambodian
2123
Italian
1930
Portuguese
2630
Twi
3033
Catalan
1311
Japanese
2011
Quechua
2731
Ukrainian
3121
Chinese
3618
Javanese
2033
Rhaeto-Romance2823 Urdu
3128
Corsican
1325
Kannada
2124
Romanian
2825
Uzbek
3136
Croatian
1828
Kashmiri
2129
Russian
2831
Vietnamese
3219
Czech
1329
Kazakh
2121
Samoan
2923
Volapük
3225
Danish
1411
Kirghiz
2135
Sanskrit
2911
Welsh
1335
Dutch
2422
Korean
2125
Scots Gaelic
1714
Wolof
3325
English
1524
Kurdish
2131
Serbian
2928
Xhosa
3418
Esperanto
1525
Laothian
2225
Serbo-Croatian 2918
Yiddish
2019
Estonian
1530
Latin
2211
Shona
2924
Yoruba
3525
Faroese
1625
Latvian, Lettish 2232
Sindhi
2914
Zulu
3631
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Troubleshooting
Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting service.
SYMPTOMS
CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
PAGE
POWER
No power.
Although the power is on, the
unit does not operate.
The AC power cord is not connected.
Cassette or disc is not inserted.
The TIMER REC button is pressed.
Connect the AC power cord to the AC
5
outlet.
Insert a video cassette or disc.
33, 44
Press the TIMER REC button to cancel
40
timer recording.
TV BROADCAST RECEPTION
Poor or no picture.
Poor or no color.
Picture wobbles or drifts.
No CATV reception.
No reception above
channel 13.
Poor or no sound.
TV station experiencing problems.
Picture control is not adjusted.
Possible local interference.
Antenna (CABLE) connector is not
connected or possible local interference.
TV station experiencing problems.
Picture control is not adjusted.
Possible local interference.
Antenna (CABLE) connector is not
connected or possible local interference.
TV station experiencing problems.
Antenna (CABLE) connector is not
connected or possible local interference.
Cable TV channel is scrambled.
CABLE connector is not connected.
TV/CABLE selection is set to the TV
position.
Cable TV service interrupted.
TV/CABLE selection is not set to the
appropriate position.
UHF antenna is not connected.
TV station experiencing problems.
Antenna (CABLE) connector is not
connected or possible local interference.
Possible local interference.
The MUTE button is pressed.
Closed caption is not
activated.
TV station stopped broadcasting.
Sleep timer is set.
TV station experiencing problems or
program tuned is not closed captions.
TV signal is weak.
The CLOSED CAPTION button is not
pressed.
Check CABLE connection of VHF/UHF
antenna, reposition or rotate antenna.
Press the CLOSED CAPTION button
to turn on the closed caption.
Others
TV shuts off.
Try another channel.
23
Check picture control adjustments.
31
Check for source of reception distur62
bance.
Check CABLE connection or VHF/UHF
13, 14
antenna, reposition or rotate antenna.
Try another channel.
23
31
Check picture control adjustments.
Check for source of reception distur65
bance.
Check CABLE connection or VHF/UHF
13, 14
antenna, reposition or rotate antenna.
23
Try another channel.
Check CABLE connection or VHF/UHF
13, 14
antenna, reposition or rotate antenna.
Try another channel.
23
Check all CABLE connections.
14
Set the selection to the CABLE
26
position.
Contact your Cable TV company.
14
Make sure selection is in the appropri26
ate position.
13
Check UHF antenna.
Try another channel.
23
Check CABLE connection or VHF/UHF
13, 14
antenna, reposition or rotate antenna.
Check for source of reception distur65
bance.
Press the MUTE button to cancel mute
24
function.
Tune new channel.
23
Set Sleep Timer to “0”.
24
Try another channel.
23
13, 14
25
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Others
Troubleshooting (Continued)
SYMPTOMS
CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
PAGE
VCR
TV recording does not work.
Timer recording does not
work.
Noise bars appear on the
screen.
The video cassette's erase prevention tab
is broken off.
The time is not set correctly.
The recording start/end time is not set
correctly.
The TIMER REC button is not pressed
(the TIMER REC indicator is not lit).
Tape is old or worn.
Tracking adjustment is beyond range of
automatic tracking circuit.
Video heads are dirty.
Place a piece of adhesive tape over
the hole.
Reset the present time.
Reset the start/end time.
Press the TIMER REC button (the
TIMER REC indicator is lit).
Replace the tape.
Adjust tracking manually using the TRK
+/– buttons on the remote control.
Clean the video heads.
20, 21
40
40
–
35
37
35
DVD
The disc is dirty.
It is in fast forward or fast reverse playback.
The playback picture has
occasional distortion.
No disc is inserted.
An unplayable disc is inserted.
The disc is placed upside down.
The unit does not start
playback.
The disc is not placed within the guide.
The parental lock function is set.
Playback does not follow the
course of the disc’s program.
“
33
It is in the mode of repeat playback,
memory playback, etc.
Eject the disc and clean it.
Some times a small amount of picture
distortion may appear. This is not a
malfunction.
Insert a disc.
Insert a playable disc (Check the disc
type and color system).
Place the disc with the playback side
down.
Place the disc correctly inside the
guide on the disc tray.
Cancel the parental lock function or
change the parental lock level.
These operations may prevent a
proper progress of the contents.
” appears on the screen. The function is prohibited with the unit or
–
the disc.
7
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44
8
44
44
60, 61
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8
REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control is not aimed at the
sensor.
Distance is too far or too much light in the
room.
There is an obstacle in the path of the
beam.
The batteries are weak.
The batteries are not inserted correctly.
Remote control does not
operate.
Aim the remote control at the remote
sensor.
Operate within 5 m or reduce the light
of the room.
Clear the path of the beam.
Replace the batteries.
Insert correctly.
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Reception disturbances
Most types of television interference can be remedied by adjusting the height and position of the VHF/UHF
antenna. Outdoor antennas are recommended for best results. The most common types of television
interference are shown below. If one of these symptoms appear when the unit is connected to a Cable TV
system, the disturbance may be caused by the local Cable TV company broadcast.
IGNITION
Black spots or horizontal streaks may appear, the picture may flutter or
drift. Usually caused by interference from automobile ignition systems,
neon lamps or AC powered tools and appliances such as drills or hair
dryers.
GHOSTS
Ghosts are caused by the television signal following two paths. One is
the direct path and the other is reflected by tall buildings, hills or other
large objects. Changing the direction or position of the antenna may
improve the reception.
SNOW
If the unit is located far from the TV station, in a fringe reception area
where the signal is weak, small dots may appear in the picture.
If the signal is extremely weak, the installation of a larger external
antenna may be necessary.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE (RFI)
Caused by two-way radios, this type of interference produces moving
ripples or diagonal streaks in the picture. Some cases may cause a
loss of contrast in the picture. Changing the direction and position of
the antenna or installing an RFI filter may improve the picture.
Others
PICTURE SIZE VARIATION
A slight picture size variation is normal when you adjust the CONTRAST
or BRIGHTNESS settings.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
To prevent fire or shock hazard, disconnect the unit from the power source before cleaning.
The finish on the cabinet may be cleaned with mild soap and a soft, damp cloth and cared for as other furniture.
Use caution when cleaning or wiping the plastic parts.
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Specifications
General
AC 120 V 60 Hz
Power supply
Power consumption
Operation:
Stand by:
Picture tube
Speaker
Audio output power
Weight
Dimensions
Width:
Height:
Depth:
Tuner
95 W
4W
14 in. (357 mm) diagonal*
2 x 4-11/16 inches (50.8 x 119.4 mm), 8 Ω x 2
1.5 W + 1.5 W
34.2 lbs (15.5 kg)
18-1/2 inches (470 mm)
16-5/8 inches (423 mm)
15-3/16 inches (386 mm)
181 channel freq. synthesized
VHF
2-13
UHF 14-69
CATV 125 Channels
UHF/VHF: 75 Ω coaxial
NTSC
4 Rotary heads
Hi-Fi sound - 2 Tracks / MONO sound - 1 Track
20 Hz to 20 kHz
More than 90 dB
Approx. 1 minute and 48 seconds (with T-120 cassette tape)
Antenna input
Color system
Video head
Audio track
Hi-Fi frequency response
Hi-Fi dynamic range
F.FWD/REW
time at 25˚C (77˚F)
Applicable disc
Frequency range
Operating conditions
DVD (12 cm, 8 cm), CD (12 cm, 8 cm)
DVD: 4 Hz-22 kHz, CD: 4 Hz-20 kHz
Temperature: 5˚C-40˚C (41˚F-104˚F), Operating status: Horizontal
Input/Output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., pin jack x 1
–8 dBm, 50 kΩ, negative sync., pin jack (L/R) x 1
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, pin jack x 1
Video input
Audio input
Audio output
(DIGITAL COAXIAL)
Supplied accessories
Remote control (WC-SB2) ................................ 1
Batteries (R03/AAA) ......................................... 2
300-75 Ω matching transformer ........................ 1
* Screen size is approximate.
• This model complies with the above specifications.
• Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future.
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Limited United States Warranty
For CRT-based TV/DVD Combinations, TV/VCR Combinations, and TV/DVD/VCR Combinations, 25" and
Smaller ("TV Combination(s)")
Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C. ("TACP") makes the following limited warranties to original consumers in the United States. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING THIS TV COMBINATION AS A GIFT FROM THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE.
TV COMBINATIONS PURCHASED IN THE U.S.A. AND USED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
TV COMBINATIONS PURCHASED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, AND USED IN THE U.S.A., ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES.
Limited Ninety (90) Day Warranty on Labor
TACP warrants this TV Combination and its parts against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of
ninety (90) days after the date of original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S
OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PART WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PART WITHOUT
CHARGE TO YOU FOR PARTS OR LABOR.
Limited One (1) Year Warranty on Parts
TACP further warrants the parts in this TV Combination against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of
one (1) year after the date of original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S OPTION,
REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PART WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PART WITHOUT CHARGE TO
YOU FOR THE PART, PROVIDED THAT IF A DEFECTIVE PART IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED AFTER
NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE, YOU MUST PAY ALL LABOR
CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT THEREOF.
Limited Two (2) Year Warranty on Picture Tube
TACP further warrants the picture tube in this TV Combination against defects in materials or workmanship for a
period of two (2) years after the date of original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S
OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PICTURE TUBE WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PICTURE
TUBE WITHOUT CHARGE TO YOU, PROVIDED THAT IF A DEFECTIVE PICTURE TUBE IS REPAIRED OR
REPLACED AFTER NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE, YOU MUST
PAY ALL LABOR CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT THEREOF.
Rental Units
The warranty for TV Combination rental units begins on the date of the first rental or thirty (30) days after the date
of shipment to the rental firm, whichever comes first.
Limited Warranty for Commercial Units
Others
TACP warrants TV Combinations that are sold and used for commercial purposes as follows: all parts are warranted against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) after the date of original retail
purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE
PART WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PART WITHOUT CHARGE TO YOU.
Owner's Manual and Product Registration Card
Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating this TV Combination.
Complete and mail the enclosed product registration card or register your TV Combination online at
www.tacp.toshiba.com/service as soon as possible. By registering your TV Combination you will enable TACP to
bring you new products specifically designed to meet your needs and help us to contact you in the unlikely event a
safety notification is required under the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Act. Failure to complete and return the
product registration card does not diminish your warranty rights.
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Limited United States Warranty (Continued)
Your Responsibility
THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
(1)
You must retain your original bill of sale or provide other proof of purchase.
(2)
All warranty servicing of this TV Combination must be performed by an Authorized TACP Service Station.
(3)
The warranties from TACP are effective only if this TV Combination is purchased and operated in the Continental U.S.A. or Puerto Rico.
(4)
Labor service charges for set installation, setup, adjustment of customer controls, and installation or repair of
antenna systems are not covered by this warranty. Reception problems caused by inadequate antenna
systems, misaligned satellite dishes, cable television distribution, VCRs, DVD players/recorders, personal
computer level IEEE-1394 devices, and any other connected signal source device are your responsibility.
(5)
Warranties extend only to defects in materials or workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to any TV
Combination or parts that have been lost or discarded by you or to damage to the TV Combination or parts
caused by fires, misuse, accident, Acts of God (such as lightning or fluctuations in electric power), improper
installation, improper maintenance, or use in violation of instructions furnished by TACP; use or malfunction
through simultaneous use of this TV Combination and connected equipment; or to units that have been
modified or had the serial number removed, altered, defaced, or rendered illegible.
How to Obtain Warranty Service
If, after following all of the operating instructions in this manual and reviewing the section entitled
"Troubleshooting," you find that service is needed:
(1)
To find the nearest TACP Authorized Service Station, visit TACP's website at www.tacp.toshiba.com/service
or contact TACP's Consumer Solution Center toll free at 1-800-631-3811.
(2)
You must present your original bill of sale or other proof of purchase to the TACP Authorized Service Station.
You must deliver the entire TV Combination to a TACP Authorized Service Station. You must pay for all
transportation and insurance charges for the TV Combination to and from the TACP Authorized Service
Station.
For additional information, visit TACP's website:
www.tacp.toshiba.com
ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE. WITH THE EXCEPTION
OF ANY WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A. AS HEREBY LIMITED, THE
FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES,
AGREEMENTS, AND SIMILAR OBLIGATIONS OF TACP WITH RESPECT TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACMENT
OF ANY PARTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL TACP BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAM
AGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR MODIFICATION
OR ERASURE OF RECORDED DATA CAUSED BY USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS TV COMBINTION).
No person, agent, distributor, dealer, or company is authorized to change, modify, or extend the terms of these
warranties in any manner whatsoever. The time within which an action must be commenced to enforce any
obligation of TACP arising under the warranty or under any statute or law of the United States or any state thereof
is hereby limited to ninety (90) days from the date you discover, or should have discovered, the defect. This
limitation does not apply to implied warranties arising under the law of any state of the U.S.A.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE U.S.A. SOME STATES OF THE U.S.A. DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF AN IMPLIED WARRANTY, WHEN AN ACTION MAY BE BROUGHT, OR
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THEREFORE, THE
ABOVE PROVISIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU UNDER SUCH CIRCUMSTANCES.
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