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DVD PLAYER
XV-S5OOBK/XV-S502SL
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1
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Additionalinformation
For Customer
Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.
which are located on the rear, bottom or
side of the cabinet. Retain this information
for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No
LET0200-002B
[J/UJ]
Warnings, Cautions and Others
Mises en garde, precautions et indications diverses
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.:
1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet.
2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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.
within
an equilateral
triangle
is intended
toalert
the
user
to the
presence
of
uninsulated
"dangerous
voltage"
the
The lightning flash with arrowhead within
symbol,
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude
to constitute
a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation
point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence
of
important
operating
and
maintenance
(servicing)
instructions
in the
literature accompanying
the appliance.
ATTENTION
Afin d'eviter tout risque d'electrocution, d'incendie, etc.:
1. Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le coffret
de rappareil.
2. Ne pas exposer I'appareil a la pluie ni a I'humidite.
Caution
--
STANDBY/ON
VII
switch!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely. The
STANDBY/ON (_/I switch in any position does not disconnect
the mains line. The power can be remote controlled.
Attention
--
Commutateur
STANDBY/ON
VII
!
Deconnecter la fiche de secteur pour couper completement le
courant.
Lecommutateur STANDBY/ON (_)/I necoul:_jamais
completement
la ligne de secteur, quelle que soit sa position. Le courant peut _tre
telecommande.
For U.S.A.
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:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation 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.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
IMPORTANT POUR LES PRODUITS LASER
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. DANGER: Visible laser radiation when open and interlock
failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user
service-able
parts inside the Unit; leave all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
1. PRODUIT LASER CLASSE 1
2. ATTENTION:
Radiation laser visible quand I'appareil est
ouvert ou que le verrouillage est en panne ou desactive. Eviter
une exposition directe au rayon.
3. ATTENTION: Ne pas ouvrir le couvercle du dessus. II n'y a
aucune piece utilisable & rinterieur. Laisser & un personnel
qualifie le soin de reparer votre appareil.
CAUTION
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
For Canada/pour
le Canada
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT
ATTENTION:
POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES,
INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS
LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE
DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQUAU FOND
For Canada/pour
le Canada
THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS
B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL
APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFERENCE-CAUSING
EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED "DIGITAL APPARATUS",
ICES-003 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS.
CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES DE
BRUITS
RADIOELECTRIQUES
APPLICABLES
AUX
APPAREILS
NUMERIQUES
DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES
DANS
LA NORME
SUR LE MATERIEL
BROUILLEUR:
"APPAREILS
NUMERIQUES",
NMB-003 EDICTEE
PAR LE
MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS.
• Do not block the ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or
cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.)
• Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles,
on the apparatus.
• When discarding batteries, environmental
problems must be
considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these
batteries must be followed strictly.
• Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
ATTENTION
• Ne bloquez pas les orifices ou les trous de ventilation.
(Si les orifices ou les trous de ventilation sont bloques par un
journal un tissu, etc., la chaleur peut ne pas 6tre evacuee
correctement de I'appareil.)
• Ne placez aucune source de flamme nue, telle qu'une bougie, sur
I'appareil.
• Lors de la mise au rebut des piles, veuillez
prendre en
consideration
les problemes
de I'environnement
et suivre
strictement les regles et les lois locales sur la mise au rebut des
piles.
• N'exposez
pas cet appareil & la pluie, & rhumidite,
& un
egouttement ou & des eclaboussures et ne placez pas des objets
remplis de liquide, tels qu'un vase, sur I'appareil.
Table of Contents
Page 2
Supplied
Notes
accessories
on handling
..........................................................
2
..............................................................
3
Important cautions ...................................................................
Safety precautions ...................................................................
About discs .........................................................................
Playable disc
Non-playable
Audio formats
Disc structure
3
3
4
types ...................................................................
discs ...................................................................
...........................................................................
............................................................................
Video CDs and SVCDs with
Care and handling
Playback Control
function
4
4
4
5
........ 5
of discs ......................................................
5
Page 6
Connections
........................................................................
Before making any connections
.............................................
To connect to a TV ...................................................................
6
To repeat the current selection or all tracks
[Repeat playback] ...............................................................
27
To repeat a desired part [A-B repeat playback] ................... 28
Changing
the language,
sound
To select the subtitle language
To change the audio language
To select a scene angle of DVD
and scene angle ..........
[SUBTITLE] ........................
or sound [AUDIO] ..............
VIDEO [ANGLE] .................
Special picture playback and picture/sound
effect ......
To display continuous still pictures [STROBE] ....................
To zoom in/out pictures [ZOOM] ..........................................
To adjust the picture character [VFP] ...................................
To simulate surround sound [3D PHONIC] ..........................
Menu bar functions
.........................................................
To bring up the menu bar .....................................................
Basic operation procedure ....................................................
Menu bar functions for DVD VIDEO .....................................
Menu bar functions for Audio CDNideo CD/SVCD .............
29
29
30
31
32
32
32
33
34
35
35
35
36
37
6
6
To connect to a stereo audio amplifier/receiver
.................... 8
To connect to digital audio device ..........................................
9
To connect the power cord .....................................................
9
Using the remote control unit .........................................
10
To install batteries in the remote control unit ..................... 10
Remote sensor .......................................................................
10
To use the remote control unit for TV operation ................. 11
To control the volume of a JVC's amplifier or receiver ...... 11
About
MP3 disc ................................................................
Operations
39
........................................................................
39
Basic operations .....................................................................
Selecting the desired Group and Track ................................
Direct selection .......................................................................
39
40
41
Repeat playback .....................................................................
41
Page 42
About
Before
operation
...............................................................
Turning on/off the unit ...........................................................
The initial setup before using the unit .................................
Basic playback ..................................................................
Inserting and removing discs ................................................
To start playback ....................................................................
To stop playback completely ................................................
To stop playback temporarily ...............................................
12
12
13
14
14
15
15
15
Resuming
playback ..........................................................
To memorize the interrupted
position .................................
To resume playback ...............................................................
Variable
speed playback ..................................................
16
16
17
18
To advance or reverse playback rapidly
while monitoring ................................................................
To advance a still picture frame-by-frame
...........................
18
18
To playback in slow-motion
..................................................
To locate the beginning
of the scene or song ...............
18
19
To locate a desired selection using I<< or _ ................... 19
To locate a desired selection using the numeric buttons.... 19
Other convenient
functions
.............................................
20
To check the playback status ................................................
To move back the playback position while DVD VIDEO
20
JPEG disc ..............................................................
42
Basic operations
..............................................................
To see a desired picture ........................................................
To zoom in/out the picture [ZOOM] .....................................
43
43
44
To see pictures continuously
[slide-show
mode] .........
Playback pictures from the beginning of the disc ...............
Selecting the start point of the slide show ..........................
Repeat function ......................................................................
44
44
45
46
Page 47
Selecting
preferences
......................................................
47
About the Preference display ................................................
How to set preferences ..........................................................
47
47
LANGUAGE page ...................................................................
PICTURE page ........................................................................
AUDIO page ............................................................................
48
49
50
OTHERS page .........................................................................
Limiting
playback by children ........................................
To set Parental Lock for the first time
[PARENTAL
LOCK] ..............................................................
To change the settings [PARENTAL LOCK] .........................
To temporarily release the Parental Lock
[PARENTAL LOCK] ..............................................................
52
53
53
54
55
playback [One touch replay function] ............................... 21
To change the brightness of the display window ............... 21
Playing from a specific position
on a disc ......................
22
To locate a desired scene from the DVD menu ................... 22
To locate a desired scene from the menu of the
Video CD/SVCD with PBC ...................................................
22
To specify a desired title ........................................................
23
To locate a desired position in the current title or track
[Time search] .......................................................................
23
To locate a desired scene from the display [DIGEST] ......... 24
Changing
the playback order ..........................................
25
To playback in the desired order [Program playback] ........ 25
To playback in random order [Random playback] .............. 26
Repeat
playback
...............................................................
27
Names of parts and controls ..........................................
56
Front panel .............................................................................56
Displaywindow ......................................................................56
Rear panel...............................................................................56
Remotecontrol unit ...............................................................57
AV COMPU LINK remote control system ...................... 58
Connection and setup............................................................58
Operation ................................................................................58
Troubleshooting ..............................................................
59
Frequently Asked Questions ..........................................
61
Specifications ...................................................................
62
Appendix A: Country code list for Parental Lock .......... 63
Appendix B: Glossary ......................................................
64
Appendix C: Index ............................................................
66
Supplied accessories
• Audio/video
cable (Yellow/White/Red)
(x 1)
• R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F)
• Instruction
• Component
video cable (Red/Green/Blue)
• Remote Control
battery (x 2)
manual (x 1)
(x 1)
Unit (x 1)
• AC power cord (x 1)
• AC power plug adaptor
(for PX model only)
(x 1)
Introduction
Notes on handling
Installation of the unit
• Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot
nor too cold (between 5°C and 35°C, 41°F and 95°F).
• Leave sufficient distance between the unit and the TV.
• Do not use the unit in a place subject to vibrations.
Power cord
• Do not handle the power cord with wet hands!
• A small amount of power (1.3 W, for PX model:2.5W) is
always consumed while the power cord is connected
to the wall outlet.
• When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet, always
pull the plug, not the power cord.
To prevent malfunction of the unit
• There are no user-serviceable
parts inside. If anything
goes wrong, unplug the power cord and consult your
dealer.
• Do not insert any metallic object into the unit.
• Do not use any non-standard shape disc available on
the market, because it may damage the unit.
• Do not use a disc with tape, seals, or paste on it,
because damage to the unit may result.
Note about copyright laws
• Please check the copyright laws in your country before
recording from DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, Video CD,
SVCD, MP3 and JPEG discs. Recording of copyrighted
material may infringe copyright laws.
Avoid moisture, water and dust
Do not place the unit in moist or dusty places.
Avoid high temperatures
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or place it near
a heating device.
When you are away
When away on travel or otherwise for an extended
period of time, remove the plug from the wall outlet.
Do not insert foreign objects into the unit
Do not insert wires, hairpins, coins, etc. into the unit.
Do not block the vents
Blocking the vents may damage the unit.
Care of the cabinet
When cleaning the unit, use a soft cloth and follow the
relevant instructions on the use of chemically-coated
cloths. Do not use benzene, thinner or other organic
solvents and disinfectants. These may cause
deformation
or discoloring.
If water gets inside the unit
Turn off the power switch and remove the plug from the
wall outlet, then call the store where you made your
purchase. Using the unit in this state may cause a fire or
electrical shock.
Note about the copyguard system
• The DVD VIDEO disc is protected by the copyguard
system. When you connect the unit to your VCR (or
integrated TVNideo system), the copyguard system
activates and the picture may not be played back
correctly.
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.
Manufactured
under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby"
Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works.
Copyright
1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
and the double-D
symbol
are trademarks
of Dolby
Manufactured
under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other world-wide
issued and pending. "DTS", "DTS Digital Surround", are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Copyright
1996 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
patents
Introduction
About discs
Playable and non-playable
DVD VIDEO
disc types are as follows:
SVCD
Video CD
recorded
on discs as
Audio CD
VIdeoCD
The DVD Logo is a trademark.
• CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded with the Audio CD,
Video CD, SVCD, MP3 or JPEG format can be played
back, though some may not be played back because of
the disc characteristics or recording condition.
Note that unfinalized discs cannot be played back.
• DVD-R discs recorded with the DVD VIDEO format can
be played back, though some may not be played back
because of the disc characteristics or recording
condition.
Note that unfinalized disc cannot be played back.
• DVD VIDEO players and DVD VIDEO discs have their
own Region Code numbers. This unit can play back
only DVD VIDEO discs whose Region Code numbers
include "1".
Examples of playable DVD VIDEO discs:
This unit accommodates the NTSC system, also can play
back discs recorded with PAL system whose Region
Code numbers include "1".
Note that the PAL video signal on disc is converted to an
NTSC signal and output.
DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-AUDIO,
CD-ROM, PHOTO CD, CD-EXTRA, CD-G, CD-TEXT, SACD,
MIX-MODE CD
• Playing back discs listed as "Non-playable
discs" above
may generate noise and damage speakers.
• This unit can play back audio signals recorded in CD-G,
CD-EXTRA, CD-TEXT and MIX-MODE CD discs.
4
There are some audio formats
shown below.
Linear PCM
Uncompressed digital audio, the same format
CDs and most studio masters.
used on
DVD VIDEO supports 2 channels at sampling rates of
48/96 kHz and quantization of 16/20/24 bits.
Audio CD/Video CD is limited to 2 channels, 44.1 kHz
at 16 bits.
Dolby Digital
A surround audio format configured with six
channels. Because the "LFE (Low-Frequency
Effect for
sub-woofer, etc.)" channel, one of the six channels, is
an auxiliary channel, this format is called "5.1-channel
system".
Not all Dolby Digital discs contain six (5.1) channel
information.
DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
A surround audio format configured with six (5.1)
channels which is same as Dolby Digital. Because the
compression
ratio is lower than Dolby Digital, it
provides wider dynamic range and better separation.
Not all DTS discs contain six (5.1) channel
information.
The associated indicator lights up in the display window
when playing back a disc.
LPCM
Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
Dolby Digital
DTS
DTS (Digital
Theater Systems)
Note that, with some formats and/or depending on the
unit's "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" setting, digital audio
signals are not always output from the unit's DIGITAL
OUT jacks as are recorded on the disc.
See "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" on page 50 for details.
Introduction
(For DVD VIDEO)
How to handle discs
A DVD VIDEO disc is comprised of "titles" and each title
may be divided into some "chapters". For example, if a
DVD VIDEO disc contains some movies, each movie may
have its own title number, and each movie may be
divided into some chapters. In a DVD VIDEO KARAOKE
disc, each song usually has its own title number and
does not have chapters.
When handling a disc, do not touch the surface of the
disc. Since discs are made of plastic, they are easily
damaged. If a disc gets dirty, dusty, scratched or warped,
the images and sound will not be picked up correctly,
and such a disc may cause the player to malfunction.
IChapter
IChapte lChapterIChapterJIChapter
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l
(For Audio CD/Video
CD/SVCD)
An Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD is simply
"tracks."
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High-resolution
function?
still image display
You can display high-quality
images four times
clearer than moving pictures.
Menu-driven
Do not damage the label side, stick paper to or use any
adhesive on its surface.
Storage
Make sure that discs are kept in their cases. If discs are
piled on top of one another without their protective
cases, they can be damaged. Do not put discs in a
location where they may be exposed to direct sunlight,
or in a place where the humidity or temperature
is high.
Avoid leaving discs in your car!
The Playback Control function, allows you to enjoy
menu-driven operation and high-resolution
still images
which have a resolution four times greater than moving
pictures.
•
Label side
Maintenance
of discs
If there are fingerprints
or other dirt adhering to a disc,
wipe with a soft dry cloth, moving from the center
outwards.
If a disc is difficult to clean, wipe with a cloth moistened
with water. Never use record cleaners, petrol, alcohol or
any anti-static agents.
playback
A selection menu is displayed when you start
playing a Video CD and SVCD disc with the
Playback Control feature. The selection menu
shows a list of numbers for selection. Some discs
may show moving pictures or a divided screen.
You can interact with the screen using a menu
display to select and play an entry.
See example illustration below about basic feature
of menu-driven
playback (for details about PBC, see
also page 22).
Press
Press
RETURN.
RETURN.
', =._
:
"1
Menu
screen
Moving _
picture !
1_14 f I_1_1 i _
2
_"
i _
Sometimes during play images may be garbled
noisy. This is sometimes due to the disc.
or
Press
RETURN.
"1
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CAUTION
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Movina LL_
picture
.Still _
:
5
Connections
*Before
using the unit, you have to connect the unit to a TV and/or amplifier.
• Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made.
• Connect VIDEO OUT of the unit directly to the video input of your TV. Connecting VIDEO OUT of the unit to a TV via a
VCR may cause a monitor problem when playing back a copy-protected disc. You may also have a monitor problem
when connecting the unit to an integrated W/Video
system.
TV
Jvc
I
NOTES
• In the following description, "TV" may be substituted with "monitor" or "projector."
• Terminal names used for other components may be different from those used in the following description.
Connection
to a conventional
You can enjoy playback by simply
Connect the unit to a TV equipped
TV
connecting the unit to a TV.
with stereo audio input and video input jacks using the supplied
audio/video
cables.
The unit
In this connection, set the
scan mode selector to "480i".
.........
Y
PB
PR
TV
Red_
_ _Yellow
Scan mode selector
Audio/Video
cable (supplied)
Y__
V,0EO
....
Connection
to a TV equipped
with
an S-video
jack
If your TV has an S-video input, you can get better picture quality by connecting it with the S-VIDEO output of the unit
using the S-video cable instead of connecting the video input of the TV to the VIDEO jack of the unit.
The unit
In this connection, set the
scan mode selector to "480i".
...........
_
I
scar
te
S,video
I
mode selector
i
cable (not supplied)White
Audiocable(notsupplied)
TV
_
Red
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s-v,oE0
.1_1 v'°E°
J
_
Getting
Connection
to a TV equipped
with
component
You can enjoy high picture quality by connecting
IN jacks of your -IV with the video cables.
The unit
Green_
jacks
the unit's COMPONENT
_ _Red
Component
started
VIDEO OUT jacks to the COMPONENT
VIDEO
videocable(supplied)
eOtp'teScanmoOese,ector
Audio cable (not supplied)
• Connect
"Y" to "Y", "Ps" to
"PB"(CB),
"PR" to
"PR"(CR)
correctly.
The unit supports the Progressive scan system(480p) as well as the conventional
Interlace scan system(480i).
If your television or monitor equipped with component jacks supports the progressive video input, you can enjoy a high
quality picture by making the Progressive scan mode active.
•
If your television equipped with component jacks does not support the progressive scan mode
Set the Scan mode selector to "480i".
If your television equipped with component jacks supports the progressive scan mode
Set the Scan mode selector to "480p".
If you want to select the scan mode between the interlace and progressive modes
(depending on the source condition, or when connecting more than one television etc.)
You can select the mode from the remote control unit. To do this, set the scan mode selector to "REMOTE".
(See "To make the Progressive scan mode selection active from the remote control unit" on page 8 for details about
how to select the scan mode from the remote control unit when the scan mode selector is set to "REMOTE".)
NOTES
• When the scan mode is set to the progressive mode, the PROGRESSIVE indicator on the front panel is lit. The color of the
indicator differs depending on the "PROGRESSIVE MODE" setting on the "PICTURE" preference display and the status of the unit
(see pages 8 and 49.)
• When connecting to a TV using the VIDEO or S-VIDEO jack, make sure that the PROGRESSIVE indicator on the front panel is not
lit. If it is lit, the VIDEO and S-VIDEO outputs do not feed the correct signals. To turn off the PROGRESSIVE indicator, set the scan
mode selector on the rear panel to "480i". Or, while setting the scan mode selector to "REMOTE", make the Progressive scan
mode inactive by following the procedure described on page 8.
• When the component
• Make "ANALOG
video input jacks of the TV is of the BNC type, use an adapter to convert a pin jack to a BNC jack (optional).
DOWN MIX" in the "AUDIO"
preferences to "STEREO"
(see page 51).
• If your TV has a monaural audio input instead of stereo, you need to use an optional audio cable which converts stereo audio
output to monaural.
• To improve audio sound quality, connect the AUDIO OUT jacks to your separate audio equipment.
(See the following
pages.)
• If your TV has an AV COMPU LINK terminal, you can use the AV COMPU LINK function. See "AV COMPU LINK remote control
system" on page 58 for details.
About
SCAN MODE
To display video on the television (monitor) screen, the conventional
scanning method is called "Interlaced scan".
With this method, only half of the horizontal lines are displayed at a time. So two fields complete a single picture
(frame); i.e., the first field, containing all the odd-numbered
lines, is displayed followed by the second field, containing
all the even-numbered
lines.
On the other hand, the Progressive scan system scans all horizontal lines at a time, so you can double the number of
pictures compared with the interlaced scan, resulting flicker-free, high-density picture.
Depending on the material source format, DVD VIDEO discs can be classified into two types; film source and video
source (note that some DVD VIDEO discs contain both film source and video source). Film sources are recorded as 24frame-per-second
information,
while (NTSC) video sources are recorded as 30-frame-per-second
(60-field-per-second
interlaced) information.
When the unit plays back a film source material, uninterlaced progressive output signals are created using the original
information.
When a video source material is played back, the unit interleaves lines between the interlaced lines on
each to create the interpolated
picture and outputs as the progressive signal.
7
Getting
started
To make
the Progressive
scan
mode
selection
active
from
the
remote
control
unit
The unit supports the Progressive scan system as well as the conventional Interlace scan system. If your television or monitor
supports the progressive video input, you can enjoy a high quality picture by making the Progressive scan mode active.
480p
If you want to select the scan mode between the interlace and progressive
modes depending
on the
unit. To doorthis,
the scan mode
the rear panel
to "REMOTE"
(See page
480i_lr_ReM_
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source condition
whensetconnecting
more selector
than oneontelevision,
you can
select the mode
from 7).
the remote
• When the unit is turned on, and the scan mode selector on the rear panel is set to "REMOTE"
Press and hold down the VFP - PROGRESSIVE SCAN button for a few seconds.
The scan mode switches between the Progressive scan and Interlace scan modes.
• When the scan mode is set to the progressive mode, the PROGRESSIVE indicator on the front panel is lit.
Depending on the "PROGRESSIVE MODE" setting on the "PICTURE" preference display and whether the current
DVD VIDEO disc is film-source or video-source, the color of the indicator differs, as shown in the table below.
(See also pages 7 and 49.
VIDEO
Red
Red
FILM
Green
Green
AUTO
G ree n
Red
_J
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While stopped in the Progressive scan mode,
the PROGRESSIVE indicator is lit in red
regardless
selection.
of the "PROGRESSIVE
MODE"
tz_
E_
_VFP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
PROGREISSIVE indicato_-r-
-ivc
NOTES
• There are some progressive TV and High-Definition TV sets that are not fully compatible with the unit, resulting in the
unnatural picture when playing back a DVD VIDEO disc in the progressive scan mode. In such a case, use the interlace scan
mode. To check the compatibility
of your TV set, contact your local JVC customer service center.
• All JVC progressive TV and High-Definition
TV sets are fully compatible
with the unit (Example : AV-61S902).
You can enjoy high-quality
audio by connecting the unit's audio output to your amplifier or receiver.
Connect the unit's AUDIO OUT (LEFT/RIGHT) jacks to any line-level inputs (such as AUX, DVD, CD, etc.) of an audio
amplifier or receiver.
The unit
Amplifier
or receiver
I
Audio cable (not supplied)
White
I
_
Red
NOTES
• When using the unit with a stereo amplifier or receiver, set "ANALOG
(see page 51).
DOWN MIX" in the "AUDIO"
preferences to "STEREO"
• If your stereo amplifier or receiver has an AV COMPU LINK terminal, you can use the AV COMPU LINK function. See "AV
COMPU LINK remote control system" on page 58 for details
Getting
started
You can enhance the sound quality by connecting either of the unit's DIGITAL OUT jacks to the digital input of an
amplifier, MD, etc. by using an optical or a coaxal digital cable (optional). The digital audio signal from a disc is directly
transferred.
If you connect the unit to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder or an amplifier with a built-in decoder by using an
optional digital cable, you can enjoy high-quality
surround sound.
When you make digital connection, we recommend also to make the analog connection, because, depending on discs,
no signal may be output from the DIGITAL OUT.
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When using the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL)jack, remove the protection
cap. Do not lose the removed cap.
When the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack is not used, fix the protection
cap into the jack.
Thee/
Digitalequipment!
Optical
!
digital cable (not supplied)
Audio cable (not supplied)
White _LEF_
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"edl-• For digital connection, connect the unit's DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) to the digital
device using an optical or a coaxal digital cable.
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input of digital
audio
NOTES
• When you connect the unit's DIGITALOUT to a digital audio device, before using, set "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" in the
"AUDIO" preferencescorrectly accordingto the connected audio device. If "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" is not set correctly, loud
noise may be generated from speakers, causingdamage to them. See "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" on page 50.
• When you connect the unit's DIGITALOUT to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder (or amplifier with a built-in decoder) to enjoy
surround sound,the unit's "D. RANGE COMPRESSION" setting in the "AUDIO" preferencesis invalid. Make appropriate
surround audio settings on the decoder.
• If your digital audio device has an AV COMPU LINK terminal, you can use the AV COMPU LINKfunction. See "AV COMPU LINK
remote control system" on page 58 for details
When all the audio/video connections have been made, insert the smaller plug of the supplied AC power cord to the
unit's _ AC IN connector, then insert the other end to the wall outlet. Make sure that plugs are inserted firmly. The
STANDBY indicator lights in red.
NOTE (only for PX model)
• Use the supplied AC power plug adaptor when inserting the larger plug to the wall outlet.
/_
•
•
•
•
•
Waming
Disconnect the
Disconnect the
Disconnect the
Do not connect
Do not pull the
accidents.
power cord if you are not going to use the unit for a long time.
power cord before cleaning the unit.
power cord before moving the unit.
or disconnect the power cord with wet hands.
power cord when disconnecting it, as this may damage the cord and cause fire, electric shock, or other
Caution
• Do not alter, twist or pull the power cord, or put anything heavy on it, which may cause fire, electric shock, or other
accidents.
• To prevent any accidents or damage caused by an unsuitable AC power cord, only use the supplied power cord. If the
cord is damaged, contact a dealer and get another power cord.
9
Getting
started
Using the remote
Using the remote
amplifier/receiver.
control,
The battery compartment
remote control unit.
control
unit
you can operate not only all the functions
is located on the back of the
Press down on the point shown by
the arrow at the top of the
compartment
cover, and pull up
the cover to open the
compartment.
2 Place the two supplied R6P (SUM3)/AA(15F) batteries in the remote
control unit according to the
polarity markings ("+" and "-")
inside the compartment and on the
batteries.
of the unit but also basic functions
of your TV and
• Operate the remote control unit while pointing it
toward the remote sensor on the unit.
• The remote control unit can be used within a range of
about 5 meters from the remote sensor. If you operate
the remote control unit from a diagonal position,
controllable
distance may be shorter.
Remote sensor
I
3 Place the cover over the
compartment,
lightly.
and press down
The batteries will last about six months with normal use.
If the functions of the remote control become erratic,
replace the batteries. See below for more information.
Precautions
for the safe use of batteries
Observe the following precautions for the safe use of
batteries. If they are used improperly their life will be
shortened, they may burst or their contents may leak.
Precaution
• Remove the batteries from the remote control if it is
not going to be used for a long period of time.
• Remove dead batteries and dispose of them
properly.
• Never leave dead batteries lying around, take them
apart, mix them with other refuse, or throw them
into an incinerator.
• Never touch liquid that has leaked out of a battery.
• Do not mix new and old batteries, or batteries of
different types, when replacing them.
10
NOTE
If the remote sensor on the unit is exposed to the
sunshine or strong light, you may not be able to control
the unit from the remote control unit.
Getting
5 Release TVNIDEO
started
- CANCEL.
6 Try to operate the TV by pressing TV STANDBY/ON
(bit.
You can operate your TV from the remote control
Setting the remote
operating
your TV
control
signal
unit.
for
TV - DVD switch
TV STANDBY/ON
OIl
CZ.3 C_3
,
_
- Numeric
-ENTER
_,_,
If your TV turns on or off, you have successfully
the control signal.
set
The following buttons can be used for operating the
-IV.
To use A/v (CH-, CH+), </I_(VOL-, VOL+), TVNIDEO CANCEL and numeric buttons for TV control, set the
TV - DVD switch to "TV".
buttons
TVNIDEO
CANCEL
-
_/
Turns the TV on or off.
TV
• ] C_ 5d
Switches the TV input mode between TV
and VIDEO.
TVMDEO
CANCEL
L
Set the TV - DVD switch to "TV".
2 Hold down TVNIDEO
finished.
- CANCEL until step 4 is
TV_
TV-/-
_2J _ _!D
TVO
3 Enter the manufacturer
code of your TV listed below
by using the numeric buttons (0 through 9).
selecting a channel number.
MUTING
Example:
To enter the manufacturer
code "01 ": Press "0" then
the manufacturer
code is set to
VOL-
4 Press ENTER.
Manufacturer
Mutes the TV sound,
Changesthe TV channels.
iI 1 u,
• When the unit is shipped,
"JVC" (01).
Selects the TV channels directly.
* For some TVs, pressing "+10" functions
as the "100+," while "10" functions as the
ENTER button if your TV requires
pressing the ENTER button after
VOL*
Adjusts the TV volume.
code list
NOTE
• If there is more than one code listed for the
AIWA
36
MIVAR
29
BEIJING
22
NEC
20
CCE
02
NOBLEX
22
CHANGHONG
34
NOKIA
31
DAEWOO
17, 37
PANASONIC
04, 11
FERGUSON
27
PEONY
34, 38, 39
FINLUX
30
PHILCO
10, 17, 21
FUNAI
32
PHILIPS
O2
GRADIENTE
15, 20
RCA
05
GRUNDIG
19
SAMSUNG
HITACHI
10
12, 33, 34,
35
ITT
28
SANYO
13, 16
JINXING
38
SEARS
13
JVC
01, 23,
24, 25
SHARP
O6
SONY
O7
KONKA
40
TCL
41
LG (GOLDSTAR
18
THOMSON
26
MAGNAVOX
02
TOSHIBA
08,14
MITSUBISHI
O3
ZENITH
O9
manufacturer
succeed.
of your TV, try them one by one until you
You can control the volume of a JVC's amplifier or
receiver by using the AMP VOL +/- buttons on the
remote control unit.
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Pressing the + button raises the audio volume of the
amplifier or receiver, while pressing the - button lowers
the volume.
11
In the following description,
we assume that the buttons on the remote control
use the corresponding
buttons on the front panel if available.
unit are mainly
used, however,
you may
NOTE
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on the remote
numeric
buttons
for controlling
control
unit is set to "DVD" when
using the A/v/4/I_
and
the unit.
Before operation
Press DVD STANDBY/ON (_/I on the remote control unit or press STANDBY/ON VII on the front panel.
The STANDBY indicator on the front panel, which illuminates in red during standby, goes off.
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STANDBY
• You can turn on the unit by pressing the I_ button. In this case, the unit starts playback
If no disc is set, "NO DISC" appears on the display window.
• You can turn on the unit by pressing the _AOPEN/CLOSE
_
....
,
...................
II
indicator
if the disc is set in the disc tray.
button on the front panel. In this case, the disc tray opens.
The opening display shown right appears on the TV screen.
The following message may appear at the bottom of the opening display
depending on the condition.
• NOW READING:The unit is reading the disc information.
• REGION CODE ERROR!:
The region code of the DVD VIDEO disc does not
match the unit. The disc cannot be played back.
• OPEN:
The disc tray is opening.
• CLOSE:
The disc tray is closing.
• NO DISC:
No disc is loaded.
Message area
NOTE
• Even if you press the DVD STANDBY/ON (_/I on the remote control unit or STANDBY/ON (_/I on the front panel to turn off the
unit, the unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as it is connected to the wall outlet. This state is called the
standby mode. In this state, the unit consumes a very small amount of power.
12
Basic operations
We recommend you to set the display language, TV monitor type and digital output before using the unit, depending
circumstances,
by following the procedure below.
See "Changing the initial settings" on and after page 47 for details about each setting item.
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MUTING
ENTER
CHOICE --
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PressCHOICEfor a few secondsto bring up
the first page of the DVD PLAYER SET UP
display.
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5 Press ENTER.
The third (final) page is shown, in which the pulldown menu of the "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" is
already open.
The pull-down menu of the "ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE" is already open.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT selection
ON SCREEN LANGUAGE
2 Use A/v
selection
to select a desired language.
You can select the on-screen language for the
preference displays, etc. from among English,
Spanish and French.
3 Press ENTER.
The second page is shown, in which the pull-down
menu of the "MONITOR TYPE" is already open.
6 Use A/v to select a desired digital output
signal type.
You must set this item correctly
the unit to an external surround
when you connect
decoder or D/A
convertor (including an amplifier/receiver
with
built-in surround decoder or D/A convertor).
(If you do not connect the unit to such a device, you
do not have to set this item.)
• When connecting with a Dolby Digital decoder,
select "DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM".
• When connecting with a DTS or MPEG
Multichannel
decoder, select "STREAM/PCM".
• When connecting with other digital device, select
"PCM ONLY".
See page 50 for details.
7 Press ENTER.
MONITOR TYPE selection
4 Use A/v
to select a desired monitor type.
You can select the monitor type according to your TV.
• For the normal (conventional)
TV, select "4:3 LB"
or "4:3 PS".
• For the wide-screen TV, select "16:9 AUTO" or
"16:9 NORMAL".
See page 49 for details about each mode.
The TV screen returns to show the opening
display.
NOTES
• This setting may not be necessary except when turning
on the power after purchasing the unit.
• You can also set these items, as well as other
preferences, by pressing CHOICE briefly to bring up the
preference display. See "Changing the initial settings"
on and after page 47 for details.
13
Basic operations
Basic playback
This section describes basic operations for playback of DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, Video CD and SVCD discs. For MP3 and
JPEG disc playback, see the separate chapter on and after pages 39 and 42.
OPEN/CLOSE
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1 Press _A OPEN/CLOSEto open the disc tray.
With the label side up
2 Place a disc in the tray.
3 Press_A0PEN/CLOSEto close the disc tray.
The unit
reads
opening
display
the
disc information
appears
and the
on the TV screen.
If a menu is shown on the TV screen
When
inserting
a menu
display
-IV screen.
to be played
a DVD VIDEO,
Video
CD or SVCD
may be automatically
From a menu,
you can select
back by following
shown
on the
a desired
the procedure
• To insert an 8-cm disc,
place it in the inner
recess.
disc,
item
below.
(for DVD VIDEO)
1 Use A/v/_I/I_ to select a desired item.
2 Press ENTER.
The unit starts playback of the selected
(for Video CD/SVCD)
I
Use the numeric
item.
buttons to select a desired item.
The unit starts playback of the selected
item.
NOTES
• Do not load a non-playable
disc. For details about playable and non-playable disc types, see page 4.
• When loading a disc on the tray, be sure to position the disc inside the recess. Otherwise,
tray is closed, or the disc may not be removed from the unit.
the disc may be damaged when the
• Do not use any stabilizer when playing back a disc.
• With some DVD VIDEO discs, the unit starts playback automatically
after inserting the disc.
• If you insert a DVD VIDEO disc whose region code does not match the unit, "REGION CODE ERROR!" is shown in the opening
display. For detail about the region code, see page 4.
14
Basic operations
Available
:
Press
The unit
starts
playback
from
the
beginning.
About screen saver function
• A television
monitor screen may be burned out if a static
picture is displayed for a long time. To prevent this, the unit
automatically
activates the screen saver function if a static
picture, such as an on-screen
for over 5 minutes.
display
While the screen saver
function is not activated
While the screen saver
function is activated
or menu, is displayed
• Pressing any buttons on the unit or the remote control unit
will release the screen saver function and return to the
previous
display.
• You can also turn off the screen saver function
(see page 50).
About On-screen guide icons
• When you make an operation,
following
meanings.
you may see the following
You can set the unit not to display
icons displayed
these icons above via the preference
over the picture for about 3 seconds. These have the
settings
described
on page 52.
Appears
at the beginning
of playback
Appears
at the beginning
of stop mode.
Appears
at the beginning
of pause mode.
Appears
at the beginning
of fast forward/backward
Appears
at the beginning
of slow-motion
Appears
at the beginning
of Repeat playback
mode. (See page 27.)
Appears
at the beginning
of a scene recorded
from multiple
angles. (See page 31.)
Appears
at the beginning
of a scene recorded
with multiple
audio languages.
Q
Appears
at the beginning
of a scene recorded
with multiple
subtitle
(_
Appears
when the unit does not accept your operation
O_)_)
Note that some operation
mode.
are occasionally
playback with the current
playback with the current
unacceptable
speed. (See page 18.)
speed. (See page 18.)
(See page 30.)
languages.
(See page 29.)
because of disc contents,
structure,
playback
status etc.
even if (_) is not displayed.
NOTES
• When the RESUME function is "ON" or "DISC RESUME" and the resume point is memorized,
that point instead of the beginning. See page 17.
• During playback, the display window
shows the title/chapter
or track number
pressing I_ starts playback from
being played.
• During DVD VIDEO playback, pressing I_ moves back the playback position 10 seconds before the current position. See page 21
for details.
Available
:
Available
:
Pressi.
The unit
stops
playback.
• If you press _AOPEN/CLOSE during
playback, the unit stops playback
and opens the disc tray.
PressII.
The unit
pauses
playback.
To resume
playback,
press
_,-
15
Basic operations
Resuming playback
The unit can memorizes the position on a disc where you interrupt playback, and resume playback from that position later.
There are two resume modes (DISC RESUME and ON) you can set on the preference display. See page 52 for details
about how to set the resume mode.
• When purchasing
the unit, the resume
• You can deactivate
the resume
mode is initially
mode by setting
set to "ON".
"RESUME"
on the "OTHERS" preference
display
to "OFF".
OPEN/CLOSE
ir
.... ..........
iF
Disc
]
tray
_,
AOPEN/CLOSE
Available
• During
When
:
playback
the
resume
mode
is set to "DISC
RESUME"
Press1.
The unit
panel
In this
tray,
stops
shows
playback
and memorizes
the
interrupted
position.
After
pressing
•, the
display
window
on the front
"----RESUME."
condition,
or press
a memory
STANDBY/ON
of the
interrupted
(b/I (on the front
position
panel)
is not cleared
if you
or DVD STANDBY/ON
press
& OPEN/CLOSE
(D/I (on the
remote
to open
the
unit)
to turn
control
disc
off
the unit,
• The position interrupted
is also memorized by pressing • OPEN/CLOSE, STANDBY/ON _/I (on the front panel) or DVD STANDBY/
ON O/I (on the remote control unit). In this case, "----RESUME" is not shown on the display window.
• If you do not want the disc played to resume
• It memorizes
• If you interrupt
positions
playback
playback,
press • while
stopped.
for the last 30 discs.
of a disc which you resumed
playback, the memory
is updated
to store the new interrupted
position.
• When the unit has already memorized positions for 30 discs, memorizing
one more position for a disc automatically
erases the
oldest memory. On the other hand, if you interrupt playback of a disc which an interrupted
position is already memorized, the order
of memorized discs may change. In result, when memorizing
a new data, the order of memorized discs to be erased also may
change.
When
the resume
mode is set to "ON"
Pressn.
The unit stops playback and memorizes the interrupted position.
In this condition, a memory of the interrupted position is not cleared if you press STANBY/ON (5/I (on the front
panel) or DVD STANDBY/ON (5/I (on the remote control unit)to turn off the unit,
Note that, if you press • OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray, the memory of the interrupted position is cleared,
• The position interrupted
remote control unit).
is also memorized
• If you do not want the disc played to resume
16
by pressing
STANBY/ON
(5/I (on the front panel) or DVD STANDBY/ON
playback,
press • while
stopped.
(b/I (on the
Basic operations
Available
When the resume mode is set to "DISC
• While
1
stopped,
:
RESUME"
or no disc is inserted
Press _A OPEN/CLOSEto insert a disc whose interrupted position is memorized.
After
loading
the disc, the
If a disc for which
display
you want
window
on the front
to resume
playback
"RESUME
PLAY"
panel
is already
shows
"----RESUME."
set in the disc tray,
you
need
not to follow
the
step
1.
2 Press_.
The display
window
shows
and the
unit resumes
playback
from
the
position
you
interrupted
playback.
The unit
keeps
disc from
the
Of course,
the memory
disc tray
the
unit
for the
and
keeps
position
on a disc where
you
interrupted
playback,
even though
you
remove
the
set it back again.
the
memory
when
the disc
remains
in the
To play back a disc from the beginning (instead of the interrupted
disc tray
since
the
last playback.
position)
After loading the disc, press • before pressing _ to start playback.
Pressing • while the disc is stopped clears the memory for the interrupted position.
Every time you interrupt playback, the position is memorized as the "resuming" point.
When the resume
• While
the disc you
mode is set to "ON"
interrupted
playback
last time*
is still on the disc
tray
(*By
pressing
• or by turning
off the power.)
Press_.
The unit
If you
Note
•
resumes
press
that
playback
_ then
•,
you cannot
resume
To play back a disc from
Carry
from
the unit
the position
starts
playback
playback
the beginning
if you
(instead
you
after
interrupted
playback.
the display
interrupted
window
playback
of the interrupted
shows
last time
"RESUME
by opening
PLAY".
the tray.
position)
out any of the followings:
* Press
* Turn
panel
• while
stopped,
on the
unit
then
press
then
by pressing
press _.
DVD STANDBY/ON
(b/I on the
remote
control
unit or STANDBY/ON
(D/I on the front
_.
NOTES
• If you change the "RESUME" setting on the "OTHERS" preference display to "OFF" or "ON" from "DISC RESUME", you cannot
resume playback of a disc whose "resuming"
position is memorized. However, if you again set "RESUME" to "DISC RESUME",
you can resume playback of the disc.
• If you open the tray during RESUME mode is set to ON, the "resuming"
• The resume function cannot be performed
point clears.
with Audio CD, MP3 and JPEG discs.
• In the case of a Video CD/SVCD disc with PBC function, the unit may resume playback from a point slightly earlier or later than
the point you interrupt playback last time.
• The unit may not resume playback exactly from the interrupted
point, depending
on the point.
• For a double-sided DVD VIDEO disc, the unit regards each side as a different disc. Therefore, when resuming playback of such a
disc, make sure to set the disc with the resumed side down.
• When the unit memorizes the interrupted point of a disc, it also memorizes Audio, Subtitle and Angle settings (regardless of
whether "RESUME" is set to "DISC RESUME" or "ON").
• If you interrupt playback while the menu for a DVD VIDEO, SVCD or Video CD is shown on the TV screen, the unit may not
memorize the interrupted position correctly, regardless of whether the "RESUME" mode is set to "ON" or "DISC RESUME".
17
Basic operations
Variable speed playback
You can play back slowly
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or fast, or advance a picture frame by frame.
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Available
• During
:
playback
Method
1 (from the remote
control
unit only)
Press_1_1or I_I_.
Each press of _
or _
increases the playback
the normal speed.
Pressing _ returns the unit to normal playback.
Method
speed. You can select the speed among
2 x, 5 x, 10 x, 20 x and 60 x
2
H01ddown _-_ or _4.
Holding down _1 advances playback rapidly, while holding down _
reverses playback
normal speed. Releasing the button returns the unit to normal playback.
• While
rapidly
at 5 times the
Available
:
Available
:
paused (still)
Pressii.
Each time you press II, the still picture advances to the next frame.
Pressing _ returns to normal playback.
You can playback the picture in slow-motion.
normal speed.
• During
The speed can be selected among
1/32 x, 1/16 x, 1/8 x, 1/4 x and 1/2 x the
playback
Press It, then use _/_.
To play forward slow-motion,
press I_, and to play reverse slow-motion
(for DVD VIDEO discs only), press _1_1.
First, the unit plays the slowest speed, and each time you press the button, the playback speed increases.
Pressing I_ returns to normal playback. Pressing II pauses slow-motion
playback.
NOTES
• The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
• Reverse slow-motion playback is not possible for a Video CD and SVCD.
18
Basic operations
To locate the beginning of the scene or song
You can locate the desired title or chapter (for DVD VIDEO), or track (for Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD) from which the unit
starts playback.
C3_ C_L3 _
Numeric_
buttons
_
_
_
_
E
i
Available
• For DVD VIDEO:
For Audio CD:
For Video CD/SVCD:
:
During playback
During playback or while stopped
During playback without PBC function
Press 40r 4.
With an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD, pressing the button skips a track. With a DVD VIDEO disc, pressing the button
skips a chapter or title depending on the disc configuration.
The selection number appears in the display window on the front panel.
• To skip forward titles/chapters/tracks,
press _1 as many times as required.
• To skip to the beginning of the current track/title/chapter,
press 144 once.
• To skip back titles/chapters/tracks,
press 144 as many times as required.
NOTES
• This function may not work with some DVD VIDEO discs.
• This function does not work during Video CD/SVCD
playback with PBC function
(See pages 5 and 22.)
Available
• For DVD VIDEO/Audio
For Video CD/SVCD:
CD:
:
During playback or while stopped
During playback without PBC function or while stopped
Usethe numeric buttons to specify the number.
Depending
on the disc type and the unit status, what is specified
DVD VIDEO
differs.
title or chapter*
While stopped
Audio
CD/Video
CD/SVCD
DVD VIDEO
track
cha pte r
During playback
Audio
If a disc contains
CD/Video
CD/SVCD
track
more than one title, a title is specified.
If a disc contains
• To select a number
between 1 and 10: Press the corresponding
Use the +10 button.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Examples:
To select 13:
+10 --> 3
To select 34:
+10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 4
To select 40:
+10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 10
The unit starts playback from the beginning
the display window on the front panel.
of the selection.
only one title, a chapter is specified.
button for the number.
The selected title, chapter or track number appears
in
19
Basic operations
NOTES
• You can also specify the desired title during DVD VIDEO playback. See page 23 for details.
• During DVD VIDEO playback, if a menu is shown on the TV screen, the numeric buttons may be used for selecting an item in the
menu.
• When (_) appears on the TV screen:
The title, chapter or track you have selected is not contained in the disc.
• This function does not work during Video CD/SVCD
playback with PBC function
(See pages 5 and 22.)
Other convenient functions
You can check the playback
Also,
you
can move
status,
back the
as well as change
playback
position
the brightness
10 seconds
A/V
from
of the display
the current
_w
T_
TV,
_v,
TW
T_
window.
position.
.........
_j_
--
ON SCREEN
--
ANGLE
.....N,.
_-_-
Available
:
You can see the current selection number (the title/chapter number for DVD VIDEO or track number for Audio CDNideo
CD/SVCD), time information
(the track or chapter time while stopped, or the elapsed track or chapter time during
playback) and the transport status (stop, playback, pause etc.) on the TV screen.
• During
playback
or while
stopped
PressON SCREEN.
The playback
(for
status
bar appears
(for Video CD)
DVD VIDEO)
Transfer
rate
Current chapter
number
Current title
(for
on the TV screen.
Audio
number
Currentchapter
time
CD)
Current track number
Disc elapsed
time
(for SVCD)
Current transport
Current track number
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Current transport
status
Current transport
status
Current transport
status
status
Disc elapsed
time
Current track number
Disc elapsed
time
Basic operations
The indication
on the rightmost
of the status bar shows the unit's transport
Appears
in the playback
Appears
in the stop mode.
Appears
in the pause mode.
_
Appears
in the fast forward/backward
playback
O
Appears
in the slow-motion
mode.
mode.
playback
Note that pressing ON SCREEN again brings
various functions.
(Example
status as follows:
mode.
up the menu bar under the status bar, from which you can access
of the menu bar for DVD VIDEO)
See page 35 for details about the menu bar.
NOTE
• To dismiss the status bar:
Press ON SCREEN until the status bar is dismissed.
Available
During playback of a DVD VIDEO disc, you can move back the playback
• During
position
10 seconds from the current
:
position.
DVD VIDEO playback
Press
The playback position moves back 10 seconds before the current position.
Note that this function works only in the same title, though it works between chapters.
If you press _ within 10 seconds from the beginning of a title, playback starts from the beginning
of the title.
NOTES
• This function works only with DVD VIDEO discs.
• When _ appears on the TV screen:
Some DVD VIDEO disc may not accept this function because of disc contents.
You can dim the brightness
• When no disc is inserted
of the display
window.
or while stopped
Press• or • while holding down ANGLE.
You can select the brightness
of the display window
from among three levels.
21
This chapter describes operations for various advanced
functions of DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, Video CD and SVCD
discs. For MP3 and JPEG disc playback, see the separate
chapter on and after pages 39 and 42.
2 Use i/T/</_
to select a desired item, then
press ENTER.
The unit starts playback of the selected
item.
NOTE
[ vOovo
I
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on
the remote control unit is set to "DVD"
when using the A/v/</I_,
numeric
TVNIDEO - CANCEL buttons for
controlling
and
• With some discs, you can also select items by entering the
corresponding
number using the numeric buttons, which
may cause the unit to automatically
start playback.
NOTES
the unit.
• When Q appears on the TV screen by pressingTOP
MENU or MENU in step 1:
Playing from a specific
position on a disc
The disc does not have an appropriate menu. listing the
titles.
• The MENU button does not work while stopped.
You can play a disc from the selected track, title or
chapter, or from the specified time.
Available
Available
:
DVD VIDEO discs generally have their own menus which
show the disc contents. These menus contain various
items such as titles of movies, names of songs, or artist
information,
and display them on the TV screen. You can
locate a desired scene by using the DVD menu.
:
Some Video CD/SVCD discs support the PBC function.
PBC is an abbreviation of "PlayBack Control". A Video
CD/SVCD disc recorded with PBC has its own menus,
such as a list of the songs of the disc. You can locate a
specific scene by using the PBC menu.
Numeric
buttons
Tw
_2
CZ3 C&3
TOP
ill _....
TV,
C&3
TOP
MENU --
_' _
MENU
ENTEa ,,
.iTi<ll,>
,,@ ......_,
• Whenever
a DVD VIDEO disc is loaded
PressTOP MENUor MENU.
The menu appears on the TV screen.
Example:
• When a Video CD/SVCD disc with PBC is stopped
1 Press_ or TOP MENU.
A disc menu appears
function is activated).
on the TV screen (The PBC
Example:
About DVD menu
Normally, a DVDVIDEO disc which contains more than one title
may have a "title" menu which lists the titles. In such a case, the
menu appears on the TV screen by pressing the TOP MENU
button. Some DVD VIDEO discs may also have a different menu
which appears by pressing the MENU button.
Seethe instructions of each DVD VIDEOdisc for its particular
menu.
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"PBC" is indicated
front panel.
in the display
window
on the
Advanced
operations
2 Usethe numeric buttons to select the desired
item.
2 Use the numeric buttons to specify a title to be
played.
• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10 --> 3
To select 34: +10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 4
To select 40: +10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 10
• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10 --> 3
To select 34: +10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 4
To select 40: +10 --> +10 --> +10 --> 10
The unit starts playback from the specified
The unit starts playback of the selected item.
You can return to the menu by pressing the
RETURN button.
title.
NOTE
When something like "NEXT" or "PREVIOUS"
appears on the TV screen, the unit generally works
as follows:
• Some DVD VIDEO discs may not accept this function
because of disc contents.
• Pressing _1 advances to the next page.
• Pressing _
returns to the previous page.
* The method of the operation is different
depending on the disc.
Available
• If you want to playback a PBe-compatible Video CD/SVCD
disc without activating the PBCfunction, start playback by
using the numeric buttons instead of I_. (See page 19.)
• To activate the PBC function when a PBC-compatible Video
CD/SVCD disc is being played back without the PBC
function, carry out any of the followings:
* Press TOP MENU or MENU.
* Press • to stop playback, then Press I_.
You can play a disc from the desired position by
specifying the elapsed time from the beginning of the
current title (for DVD VIDEO), or the disc (for Audio CD/
Video CD/SVCD) using the time search function.
Note that some DVD VIDEO discs do not contain time
information,
and the time search function cannot be
used.
C_L3 _
Available
ENTER
Numeric
buttons
-'_-_-'_"
CD:
During playback or while stopped
• For Video CD/SVCD:
In any condition except Video CD/SVCD
playback with PBC
1 PressONSCREENtwice.
The menu bar appears on the TV screen.
(See page 35 for details about menu bar.)
2 Use 4/i,-
_.
to move I_ to
, then press
ENTER.
c_J
• During playback
The pull-down
under the
1 Press TITLE/GROUP.
"--" is shown in the title display
window.
for the indication
Numeric
buttons
Cz_
• For DVD VIDEO/AUDIO
iiiiiiiiiiiii_i
!filial
(Example
_
:
While playing back a DVD VIDEO disc with more than
one title, you can specify a desired title to be played
using the numeric buttons.
TITLE/
GROUP
:
area of the display
of display
menu for entering
time appears
(Screen example for DVD VIDEO)
window)
(Screen example for Audio CD)
Title display
area
Current chapter
number
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Advanced
operations
3 Use the numeric buttons (0 to 10) to enter the
desired time.
The specified
menu.
time is displayed
in the pull-down
When you correct a mistake
Use 4 repeatedly to move back to the digit where you
entered a undesired numeral (the leftmost "-" digit),
and reenter the correct time.
(Example
• "10" button works
this function.
as "0" and "+10" button is not used with
• You can specify the time in hour/minute/second
DVD VIDEO discs, and in minute/second
format
and Video CD/SVCD discs.
for changing
TIME
_, Press 4.
format for
for Audio
TIME
2 :3
TIME
time.
2:34:__
NOTES
Example (for DVD VIDEO)
• When (_ appears on the TV screen:
To playback from 2(H):34(M):00(S)
:
The time you haveselected is not contained on the disc,
or the time search function does not work on the disc.
I
:
Also note that the time search function does not work
during Video CD/SVCD playback with the PBCfunction.
• To dismiss off the menu bar:
Press "2".
2 :
I
:
PressON SCREEN.
Press "3".
TIME
:
Press "4".
The unit starts playback from the specified
TIME
to "2:34:".)
2:35:__
4 PressENTER.
TIME
"2:35:"
2 :3
• The time searchfunction cannot be used during
program playback.
I
:
Press "4".
TIME
I
2:34:__
Press ENTER.
Example (for Audio CD/Video
Available
CD/SVCD)
To playback from 23(M):40(S)
The unit can display the opening scene of each title or
chapter on a DVD VIDEO or each track of a Video CD/
SVCD. You can select a desired scene from those
displayed on the TV screen.
TIME
Press "2".
TIME
2
:
ENTER
Press "3".
TIME
:
2 3 :__
5d_Sd
Press "4".
TIME
DIGEST_
2 3 : 4_
_ _ _'_
Press ENTER.
You do not have to press "0" to enter the trailing
(for the last two digits in the example above).
zeros
• For DVD VIDEO:
For Video CD/SVCD:
During playback or while stopped
In any condition except
Video CD/SVCD playback
with PBC
1 Press DIGEST.
Up to nine opening
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scenes are displayed.
Advanced
Depending on the disc type and whether the disc is
being played back or not, the contents shown on
the TV screen differ.
While stopped
The opening scene of
each title
DVD
VIDEO
During playback
The opening scene of
each chapter in the
current title
Video CD/
SVCD
While stopped or
during playback
The opening scene of
each track
2 UseA/T/-</_ to move I_ to select the
desired scene.
operations
Changing the playback
order
You can play tracks on an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD in
the desired order or in random order.
Available
:
By programming
tracks, you can play up to 99 tracks in
any order. You may program the same track more than
once.
If there are more than 9 scenes, the digest screen
will have more than one page. In this case, pressing
_1 advances to the next page, while pressing
1<1<returns to the previous page.
--Numeric
buttons
_1/1_
ON SCREEN
ENTER--
tz_
_"
Selected scene
\_
• When the lower right scene is selected, pressing _
advances to the next page if available. Similarly, when the
upper left scene is selected, pressing _ returns to the
previous page (if available).
• Depending on discs, it may take some time until all scenes
of the current page appear on the TV screen. If you want to
turn the page, you do not have to wait to press I-_-_or _
until all scenes appear.
3 Press ENTER.
The unit starts playback from the selected scene.
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• While stopped
1 Press ONSCREENtwice.
The menu bar appears on the TV screen.
(See page 35 for details about menu bar.)
2 Use _/=,- to move [_ to
(Screen example
.
for Audio CD)
NOTE
• With some discs, depending on the contents, it may
take some time until all the scenes appear on the
screen.
3 Press ENTER.
The program table appears instead of the menu bar.
The PROGRAM indicator lights in the display
window on the front panel.
PROGRAM
NO.
iiiiiiiiii
"_
TotalProgramTime
go:go:go
Track
I_
iiiiiiii _
iiiiiiii_ _
_ ii _
iiiii ii_
I
I
I
E
I II iii
I I_ iii
I_
]i_
iiii
I
11_iiiiiiiii
iiii_
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Advanced
operations
4 Specify tracks in the desired order using the
numeric buttons.
• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10-_ 3
To select 34: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 4
To select 40: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 10
Up to 99 tracks can be programmed.
You may
select the same track more than once.
The total program time is shown at the right top of
the program table.
The total program
NO.
time
While stopped and the program table is shown on the
TV screen, press i.
All the programmed
tracks are erased.
To exit the program mode
After clearing all programmed tracks, press ON
SCREEN.
The program table is dismissed and the status bar
appears on the TV screen.
The PROGRAM indicator in the display window
disappears and the unit quits program playback
mode.
NOTES
• During program playback, you cannot edit the program
contents.
• During program playback, pressing_ skip to the next
selection of the program. PressingI<< returns to the
beginning of the current selection.
• To dismiss the program table:
Track
A_
To clear the program
E
i
PressON SCREEN.The program table is dismissed and
the status bar is shown.
• To dismiss the menu bar (and the status bar):
PressON SCREEN.
Selected track number
Available
If you specify a wrong track
Use A/_' to move [_ to the wrong track, then
press TVNIDEO - CANCEL. The track is erased
and the subsequent programmed tracks move up.
:
You can play tracks on a disc in random order by using
the random function.
To clear the program while programming
Press i.
w_
CZ.3 _
TW
we
C_3
5 Press_,-to start program playback.
With a Video CD/SVCD disc, the program
table is
automatically
dismissed when the program
playback starts.
With an Audio CD disc, the program table remains
on the TV screen during program playback.
However, pressing the ON SCREEN button brings
up the status bar.
When all of the programmed tracks have finished
playback, the unit stops and the program table
appears again.
Note that the program
ii,
_
c3_P25
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_
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
• While stopped
remains.
To check the program contents
During playback, press 1. Playback stops and the
program table is shown.
When the unit is playing back an Audio CD and the
program table is not shown, you can bring up the
table by carrying out steps 1 through 3.
During Video CD/SVCD playback, you cannot see the
program table during playback.
To quit program playback
Press 1. Note that the program
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ON SCREEN
ENTER
remains.
Press ONSCREENtwice.
The menu bar appears on the TV screen.
(See page 35 for details about menu bar)
2 Use _/=,- to move I_ to
(Screen example
for Audio
.
CD)
Advanced
operations
3 PressENTER.
The unit starts random playback.
With a Video CD/SVCD disc, the menu bar is
automatically
dismissed.
While random playback, the RANDOM indicator
lights in the display window on the front panel.
After playing all tracks of the disc, the unit stops the
disc and quits the random mode.
• The same track will
during
• During
Repeat playback
You can repeat playback of the current title or chapter
(for DVD VIDEO), or current or all tracks (for Audio CD/
Video CD/SVCD).
You can also repeat playback of a desired part.
not be played back more than once
random
play.
random
playback,
Available
:
if you bring up the menu bar and
carry out steps 1 through 3 above, the unit cancels the
random playback mode and continues playback from the
current selection in the recorded order.
•
To stop and quit random playback
Press I. The unit stops playback and quits the
random playback mode.
NOTE
• For DVD VIDEO:
For Audio CDfideo
• To dismiss the menu bar:
PressON SCREEN.
During playback or while stopped
CD/SVCD:
In any condition except Video CD/
SVCD playback with PBC
1 Press REPEAT.
Each time you press REPEAT, the repeat mode
switches among All repeat, Repeat 1 and off.
You can see the selected mode by icons in the
display window on the front panel as below.
If you press REPEAT while stopped, you need to
press I_ to start repeat playback.
O:
Repeats the current title for DVD VIDEO or
all tracks for Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD.
G.) 1 :
Repeats the current chapter for DVD
VIDEO or the current track for Audio CD/
Video CD/SVCD.
No indication:
The repeat mode is off.
(Display
window)
H
Repeat mode indicators
On the TV screen, a window for repeat mode
indication appears. You can check the current
repeat mode from the window.
The mode indication on the window is same as the
one on the menu bar. (See pages 36 and 37.)
(Screen example for repeat mode Indication window)
To stop repeat playback
Press I.
When a DVD VIDEO disc is set, the unit stops playback
and quits the repeat mode.
When an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD disc is set, the
unit stops playback but does not quit the repeat mode.
To quit repeat playback
Press REPEAT until the repeat mode indicator goes off
in the display window.
27
Advanced
operations
•
Audio CD/Video
CD/SVCD
NOTES
• You can also select the repeat mode via the menu bar.
See pages 36 and 37.
(Screen example
for Audio
CD)
• When the program playback mode is active with an
Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD, the repeat mode changes in
the same manner.
i A-B
Note that, however, in the "C.3" mode the unit repeats all
the programmed
tracks, instead of all tracks on the disc.
• During playback in the title/chapter/track
you skip the title/chapter/track
destination title/chapter/track
repeat mode, if
using I<</IH_I,
is repeated.
T
Selected
mode
TRACK • all track repeat
etc., the
• If Q appears when pressing REPEAT during DVD VIDEO
playback
You cannot repeat the title or chapter
contents.
repeat
ALL •
current track repeat
A-B :
repeats a desired part
because of the disc
• Repeat playback function cannot be used during Video
CD/SVCD playback with PBC function.
(during
playback only)
_OFF
4 Press ENTER at the beginning
of the part you
want to repeat(point A).
Available
The pull-down
:
The repeat
menu
icon
turns
off.
shows
(Screen example
for DVD VIDEO)
Repeat icon
• During
playback
with PBC
except
Video
CD/SVCD
5 Press ENTERat the end of the part you want
to repeat (point B).
playback
1 PressON SCREENtwice.
The menu
(See
bar appears
page
The repeat
on the TV screen.
35 for details
about
menu
2 Use </!,- to move I_ to i
bar.)
, then press
The pull-down
menu
appears
the
under
for repeat
between
"A" and
show
"A" and starts
repeat
playback
"B".
To quit A-B repeat playback
mode
selection
.
• Selecting
3 Use A/T to select "A B"
Depending
•
locates
Press ENTER. The A-B repeat mode turns off, while the
playback continues.
ENTER.
repeat
icon
The unit
on the
mode
disc type
changes
and
unit's
status
as follows:
During DVD VIDEO playback
the
"OFF" from the pull-down
selection, or pressing I<</_I,4
and continues playback.
menu for repeat mode
quits the A-B repeat mode
• You can also stop and quit A-B repeat mode by pressing
NOTES
• The A and B points must be set in the same title/
chapter/track.
• To dismiss the menu bar:
A-B
Press ON SCREEN.
1
Selected
_:
repeat
mode
CHAPTER :current chapter repeat
TITLE :
current title repeat
A-B :
repeats a desired part
(during
_OFF
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• If (_ appears when
playback
playback only)
pressing ENTER during DVD VIDEO
You cannot repeat the selected portion
disc contents.
because of the
II.
Advanced
operations
2 Use A/v or SUBTITLEto select the subtitle.
Changing the language,
sound and scene angle
With some DVD VIDEO discs, you can choose a desired
subtitle language and/or audio language/sound,
as well
as a desired camera angle.
Similarly, you can choose a desired audio channel (or
channel combination)
of a Video CD/SVCD disc, as well
as a subtitle channel of an SVCD disc.
Each time you press A/V or SUBTITLE, the subtitle
language changes.
See the following examples for subtitle selection.
For DVD VIDEO
Pressing A/v or SUBTITLE cycles among the
subtitles recorded on the disc.
Example:
1/3 ENGLISH
2/3 FRENCH
3/3 SPANISH
Available
:
-/3OFF
Some DVD VIDEO and SVCD discs for movies, guides,
etc. contain more than one subtitle language. You can
choose a desired one from them.
• At the beginning of the part where the subtitle(s) is(are)
recorded. _ appears on the TV screen [except when the
"ON SCREEN GUIDE" prelerence is set to "OFF"). See page
52 for details about "ON SCREEN GUIDE" prelerence.
For SVCD
An SVCD disc can have up to four subtitles.
Pressing A/V cycles among those channels as
follows regardless of whether the subtitles are
recorded or not.
-/4 OFF
1/4
_1
Tv2
C3L.I Ci_
2/4
_3
C_CI
3/4
ENTER_
_)
4/4
3 Press ENTER.
S U BTITLE--,,,
The subtitle
The subtitle
% _ d_:_.
in the selected language is shown.
selection window is dismissed.
c3_%5j
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NOTES
• During DVD VIDEO/SVCD playback
(except when the status bar is shown)
1 Press SUBTITLE.
The Subtitle
screen.
selection
window
appears on the TV
• ForDVD VIDEO, the selectedlanguagemay beabbreviated
on the TV screen.See "Tableof languagesandtheir
abbreviations"on page48.
• The Subtitle selection window will automatically
disappear if you do not change the subtitle for several
seconds.
• When (_ appears on the TV screen (for DVD VIDEO
disc):
You cannot select the subtitle or no subtitle is recorded.
• You can also select the subtitle via the menu bar.See
pages 36 and 38.
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Advanced
operations
For Video CD/SVCD
Each time you press A/V or AUDIO, the playback audio
changes as follows.
(for Video CD)
Available
(for SVCD)
:
By audio selection, you can choose the audio language of
movies or enjoy KARAOKE with or without the vocal.
ST2
L-1
• At the beginning of the part where multiple audio sounds
are recorded, O_)_)appears on the TV screen (except when
the "ON SCREEN GUIDE" preference is set to "OFF"). See
page 52 for details
R-1
about "ON SCREEN GUIDE" preference.
L-2
R-2
3 Press ENTER.
You can hear the selected
The audio
selection
window
audio.
is dismissed.
NOTES
• For DVD VIDEO, the selected language may be abbreviated
on the TV screen. See "Table of languages and their
abbreviations" on page 48.
• The Audio selection window will automatically
disappear if you do not change the audio for several
seconds.
• During
(except
• When _) appears on the TV screen (for a DVD VIDEO
disc):
playback
when
the
status
You cannot select the audio.
bar is shown)
• If only one audio sound is recorded, you cannot select
the audio.
1 PressAUDIO.
The audio
selection
window
appears
on the TV
screen.
2
pages 36 and 38.
Use AUDIO or A/v
to select the desired
audio.
Each time
you
press
A/V
or AUDIO,
the audio
changes.
See the following
•
examples
for audio
selection.
For DVD VIDEO
Each time you press A/V or AUDIO, the audio
language or sound changes.
Example:
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• You can also select the audio via the menu bar. See
Advanced
operations
3 Press ENTER.
You can see the picture from the selected angle.
The angle selection window is dismissed.
Available
:
You can enjoy a variety of scene angles if the DVD VIDEO
disc contains "multi-angle"
parts, where multiple
cameras were used to shoot the same scene from
different angles.
From the angle list
• During DVD VIDEO playback
1 Pressand h01dANGLEfor more than 1
second.
Up to nine camera angles recorded
appear on the TV screen.
on a disc
• At the beginning of a "multi-angle" part, [_ appears on the
TV screen (except when the "ON SCREENGUIDE"
preference is set to "OFF"). See page 52 for details about
"ON SCREENGUIDE" preference.
_1
Tw
C3_3 _
_3
The selected
CJL3
2 Use i/T/</_
--
ENTER--
i/T/</_
Cz_
SELECT
camera
angle
to select the desired angle.
3 Press ENTERor _ SELECT.
The unit starts playback
the full-sized screen.
by the selected
angle
on
ANGLE
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• The Angle selection window will automatically
disappear if you do not change the angle for several
seconds.
• When (_ appears on the TV screen in step 1:
The current scene is not recorded from multiple angles.
From Angle selection
window
• During DVD VIDEO playback
(except when the status bar is shown)
• During the operation from the angle list display,audio is
muted.
• You can also select the angle via the menu bar.See
page 37.
1 PressANGLE.
The Angle selection window appears on the TV
screen.
2 UseANGLEor A/T to select the desired
angle.
Each time you press ANGLE or A/V, the angle
changes.
Example:
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Advanced
operations
Special picture playback
and picture/sound effect
Available
Z_
You can see continuous still pictures or zoom in (or out) the
picture. You can also adjust the picture character, as well as
simulate surround sound using a stereo system.
:
_V
CZ-3 _
o_
_"
_ 1_2G_ZOOM
Available
+/-
:
• During playback or while paused
5d F_4 _
•
,--al
1 PressZOOM+ or -.
The unit zooms in by pressing ZOOM + or zooms
out by pressing ZOOM -.
Each time you press ZOOM +, the magnification
is
doubled (up to x 1024).
Each time you press ZOOM -, the magnification
is
halved (down to x 1/8).
During playback
1 At the point you want to view as continuous
photographs,press tt.
The unit pauses playback.
2 Pressand hold tt for more than 1 second.
Nine same frames (still picture)
screen.
appear on the TV
You can advance frames one by one by the
following step.
3 Press II once.
The picture in the middle on the top row shows an
advanced frame from one in the left.
At the top-left of the screen, the information for the
current magnification
appears. While zoomed in,
the indication for the zoomed-in position, which
can be moved by operating
together.
Advanc_,d frame
2 Use A/v/_/t,-
the next step, appears
to move the zoomed position.
Each press of II advances the frame one by one.
Pressing _,- instead of II advances each frame in
normal playback speed with a time delay over the
whole nine pictures (while the sound is muted).
•
To return to the normal screen
Press and hold II for more than 1 second.
NOTE
• If you pressand hold II for more than 1 second during
playback, nine still pictures also appear but they
advance in normal playback speed (while the sound is
muted).
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NOTES
• To return to normal playback
Press ENTER.
• While zoomed, the picture may look coarse.
Advanced
operations
3 To definea user setting, select a parameterto
be edited using i/T from the followings.
Available
GAMMA
Controls the brightness of a shaded portion
without changing the brightness of the entire
picture.
This control is optimum when you adjust the
pictures of software which generates subdued
black in a bright room.
The setting range is +4 to -4.
:
The VFP (Video Fine Processor) function allows you to
adjust the picture character according to the type of
programming,
picture tone or personal preferences.
C3_3 Ci3
C3_3 _
•
_
C_3
BRIGHTNESS
Controls the brightness of the screen.
The setting range is +16 to -16.
•
ENTER_
CONTRAST
Controls
Cz_
r_
5 _ _°_
,,L_
_;_
the contrast
The setting
•
_ VFPPROGRESSIVE
of the screen.
range is +16 to -16.
SATURATION
Controls the color depth of the screen.
The setting range is +16 to -16.
SCAN
TINT
• During
Controls the tint of the screen.
Use the appearance of a natural complexion
the guideline.
The setting range is +16 to -16.
playback
1 Press VFP - PROGRESSIVE SCAN.
The VFP mode selection
screen.
2 Use </_
window
appears on the TV
to select the desired preset.
Each time you press the button, the VFP mode
changes as follows.
Set the video type most suitable to the current
program or the room conditions.
•
SHARPNESS
Controls the sharpness of the screen.
The setting range is +3 to 0.
•
Y DELAY
Controls the color gap of the screen.
The setting range is +2 to -2.
as
4 Press ENTER.
A window for setting parameters appears
of the VFP mode selection window.
Selected preset
[
instead
i
CINEMA
USER 1
Parameter
Selected
USER2
5 Adjust
"NORMAL" is suitable for watching TV in a general
room. "CINEMA" is suitable for watching a movie
software in a room with suppressed light.
They are factory presets and you cannot change
parameters for them.
While selecting "USER 1" or "USER 2", you can
adjust parameters that affect the picture character
and store the settings as the user preset. See the
next step.
parameter
the level of the parameter using i/T.
The higher value enhances the effect.
6
Press ENTER.
The parameter is set and the VFP mode selection
window appears again.
Repeat steps 3 through 6 if you want to set other
parameters.
NOTES
• The number of setting steps depends on parameters.
• To dismiss the VFP mode selection window:
Press VFP - PROGRESSIVESCAN.
• The window for VFP mode selection and parameter
setting disappears if no operation is made for about 10
seconds.
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Advanced
operations
3 Press i/T
to adjust the effect level.
You can select
the
effect
level
among
"1" through
"5".
The higher
Available
value
enhances
the
effect.
:
Using the 3D PHONIC function, you can get a simulated
surround effect from your stereo system.
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Effect
TV,
C_3
level
NOTES
• To dismiss the 3D PHONIC window:
Press 3D PHONIC.
• The 3D PHONIC window
disappears
made for about 10 seconds.
5d _r_l 5d
_"
3D PHONIC_
,_
_;'_%
• When playing back a DVD VIDEO disc recorded with the
Dolby Digital that does not contain the rear signal, you
cannot get a correct 3D PHONIC sound though you can
change the 3D PHONIC setting.
playback
• The 3D PHONIC function does not affect the Dolby
Digital bitstream signal from the DIGITAL OUT jack.
1 Press 3D PHONIC.
The 3D PHONIC
window
appears
on the TV screen.
2 Select the desired mode by using _/_,-.
Each time
mode
you
changes
press
the
button,
the
3D PHONIC
as follows:
DRAMA
THEATER
Selected effect mode
NONE
•
ACTION
Suitable for action movies and sports programs
in which sounds dynamically
move.
•
DRAMA
Natural and warm sound. You can enjoy movies
in a relaxed mood.
THEATER
You can enjoy sound effects like in a major
theater in Hollywood.
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is
• The 3D PHONIC function works correctly only when
playing back a DVD VIDEO disc recorded with the Dolby
Digital. With other sources, you cannot get any effect if
you press the 3D PHONIC button.
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• During
if no operation
• When you set the 3D PHONIC function is active, the
"ANALOG DOWN MIX" and "D. RANGE
COMPRESSION"
are disabled.
setting in the "AUDIO"
setting display
Advanced
operations
Menu bar functions
This section describes the functions
the menu bar.
The available menu bar functions
the disc type.
you can perform
differ depending
via
on
Numeric
buttons
!Liiiiiiii
ENTER_
.......
_/_
_-_o@
_-)
_J r->4 _d
_
_
_
cz_3 _
TW
_
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_
--
ON SCREEN
1 Use 4/_
to select icon you want to work with.
The selected
icon
is pointed
by [_
.
2 Press ENTER.
• When
a disc
With
is inserted
many
window
Press ON SCREEN.
The status
an appropriate
pull-down
however,
are some
there
exceptions.
bar, according
to the
disc type,
appears
on the TV screen.
the
icons,
appears,
status
• See the following
function.
• Note
See page
20 about
bar.
(Example
of the status bar for DVD VIDEO)
that
playback.
icon
when
some
pages
functions
(You cannot
for details
about
are not available
move
[_
each
during
to the associated
it is not available.)
NOTES
2 Press ON SCREENagain.
The appropriate
type,
menu
appears
together
bar includes
associated
(for
menu
• When (_) appears on the iV screen:
bar, according
with
some
the
icons
status
which
functions.
to the
disc
bar. The
indicate
the
You cannot use the selected function
contents.
because of disc
• A mark or text on the menu icon for the function or
mode currently selected is shown in blue.
DVD VIDEO)
(for Audio CD)
(for Video CD)
(for SVCD)
NOTE
• To dismiss the menu bar (and status bar):
Press ON SCREEN.
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Advanced
operations
The following table shows the menu bar
functions available for DVD VIDEO.
Note that, in the description of the
operation column, we assume the
associated icon is selected.
Menu
Press ENTER to select the time mode among
followings.
Time mode selection
(During
playback
TOTAL _k T.REM _
only)
Selects the time mode shown
in
the display window on the front
3anel and in the status bar.
®
Repeat mode
(During playback
• T.REM:
Current title remaining time
• TIME:
Current chapter elapsed time
•
Current chapter remaining
REM:
Press
Use A/v
ENTER
to open
to select
followings.
CHAPTER _
the
TITLE _
• CHAPTER:Current
3
Return to initial
Current title elapsed time
2
Select the repeat mode.
REM _
• TOTAL:
1
only)
TIME _
the
pull-down
repeat
A-B _
mode
the
time
window.
among
the
OFF
Current title
• A-B:
Repeats a desired
Press ENTER to make
function
active.
• If you select "OFF" during repeat
playback, the unit continues playback
without repeating.
• For the subsequent operations for the
chapter repeat
• TITLE:
• If the disc has only one title and one
chapter, "TOTAL" and "TIME" shows
the same value.
A-B repeat, see page 28.
repeat
the
(See pages 27 to 29 for details
function.)
part (A-B repeat)
selected
repeat
about the Repeat
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use numeric buttons to enter a desired time.
3 Press ENTER to playback from the specified
Specifies the elapsed time from the
time.
beginning of the current title, from
(See page 23 for details.)
which the unit starts playback.
Time search
Chapter search
(During playback
only)
Specifies a desired
played back from.
chapter to be
3 Press ENTER to playback from the specified
chapter.
• When the chapter number is incorrect:
Overwrite the incorrect number with the correct
number.
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use A/v to select a desired audio language or
sound.
Audio selection
(During
playback
only)
Selects the audio language
sound.
Subtitle
selection
(During
playback
only)
Selects the subtitle
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1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use numeric buttons to enter a desired chapter
number.
• For example of entering "12", press "1" then "2".
language.
or
Example:
1/3 ENGLISH _ 213 FRENCH_ 3/3 SPANISH
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected
audio.
(See page 30 for details about audio selection.)
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use A/v to select a desired subtitle language.
Example:
1/3 ENGLISH _ 213 FRENCH_ 3/3 SPANISH _ -/3
OFF
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected
subtitle.
(See page 29 for details about subtitle selection.)
• The "10" and "+10" buttons are not
used in this function.
• You can also locate a desired chapter
directly by specifying the chapter
number using the numeric buttons
during playback. See page 19.
• For DVD VIDEO, the selected
language may be abbreviated on the
TV screen. See "Table of languages
and their abbreviations" on page 48.
Advanced
Angle selection
(during playback only)
Selects a desired scene angle in
the multi-angle
part.
operations
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use A/v to select a scene angle.
Example:
1/3 _ 2/3 _ 3/3
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected
scene angle.
(See page 31 for details about angle selection.)
The following table shows the menu bar
functions available for Audio CDNideo CD/
SVCD.
Note that, in the description of the
operation column, we assume the
associated icon is selected.
¢
Time mode selection
Press ENTER to select the time mode among the
followings.
TIME _
REM _
TOTAL _ T.REM _
Return to initial
Selects the time mode shown in
the display window on the front
3anel and in the status bar.
®!!i J
1
2
Repeat mode
• TIME:
Current track elapsed time
•
Current track remaining time
REM:
• TOTAL:
Disc elapsed time
• T.REM:
Disc remaining
Press
ENTER
Use A/v
to open
to select
followings.
OFF _ TRACK _
Select the repeat mode.
3
the
pull-down
repeat
A-B _
Current track repeat
• ALL:
All track repeat
• A-B:
Repeats a desired
the
(See pages 27 to 29 for details
function.)
Time search
(Except during Video CD/SVCD
playback with PBC)
Specifies the elapsed time from
the beginning of the disc, from
which the unit starts playback.
Program
(While stopped
only)
Specifies the playback order of
tracks.
mode
• TRACK:
Press ENTER to make
function
active.
• During stopped, "REM show the
recording time of the current track,
while "T.REM" show the total time of
the disc.
time
the
ALL _
• When you select "REM" while
stopped, you can change the track
by pressing 1<1<1or IH_I.
window.
among
the
• If you select "OFF" during repeat
playback, the unit continues
playback without repeating.
• For the subsequent operations for
the A-B repeat, see page 28.
OFF
part (A-B repeat)
selected
repeat
about the Repeat
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use numeric buttons to enter a desired time.
3 Press ENTER to playback from the specified
time.
(See page 23 for details.)
• This function cannot be used during
program playback.
1 Press ENTER to bring up the program table.
2 Specify tracks in the desired order using the
numeric buttons.
3 Press _ to start program playback.
(See page 25 for details.)
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Advanced
operations
Press ENTER to activate
(See page 26 for details.)
Random
(While stopped
Activates
playback.
only)
random
playback.
Audio selection
(During Video CD/SVCD playback
only)
Selects the audio channel(s).
Subtitle
selection
(During
SVCD playback
Selects the subtitle.
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random
only)
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use A/v to select a desired audio channel(s).
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected
audio channel(s).
(See page 30 for details about audio selection.)
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window.
2 Use A/v to select a desired subtitle.
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected
subtitle.
(See page 29 for details about subtitle selection.)
I I
The unit can play back MP3 files on a private CD-R/RW
disc or commercial CD. We refer to a disc that contains
MP3 file as an "MP3 disc" in this manual.
Though available functions with MP3 discs are limited,
operations for the available functions are similar to those
with Audio CD discs.
Note that, if a disc contains both of MP3 and JPEG files,
you can only play back files of either type selected by the
MP3/JPEG setting in the PICTURE preference
display.(See page 50.)
NOTES for making a private MP3 disc
using a CD-R/CD-RW
disc:
• Select "ISO 9660" as the disc format.
• Finalize the disc after completing recording.
• We recommend to record a material at 44.1-kHz Fsand
at the 128-kbps data transfer rate.
NOTES
• The unit does not support "packet write" discs.
What
is MP3?
• The unit does not support the ID3 tag.
• If the disc is recordedwith multiple sessions,the unit
supports up to five sessions.
"MP3" stands for "MPEG Audio Layer-3", and is the
part of the MPEG standard. It can store high quality
stereo audio using very little space by only saving the
audible sounds and discarding the sounds your ears
won't pick up. A CD can store up to around 10 hours of
MP3 audio, which is 10 times as much as Audio CD.
• Some discsmay not be playedbackbecauseof the disc
characteristicsor recordingcondition.
• The unit does not output a digital audio signal from
DIGITAL OUT when playing back a MP3 disc.
• You cannot playbackTracksin the desired (programmed)
or random order.
NOTE
• The unit only can play back Trackswith any of the
following file extensions; ".MP3", ".Mp3", ".mp3" and
".mP3".
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on
the remote control unit is set to "DVD"
when using the A/v/4/I_
and numeric
buttons for controlling
the unit.
• Time required for reading the disc contents differs with
discs, depending on the numbers of Groups (folders) and
Tracks(files) recorded,etc.
About MP3 disc
On an MP3 disc, each material (song) is recorded on a
file. Files are sometimes grouped into a folder by artist,
album, category, etc. In addition, a folder can be a
member of another folder, creating hierarchical folder
layers. If you are familiar with a personal computer, you
may easily understand the hierarchical file/folder
construction of MP3 discs.
This unit simplifies the hierarchical construction
of a disc
and manages files and folders by "Tracks" and "Groups"
in the following manners.
• Each file is regarded as a Track.
• A folder which has one or more files (Tracks) is
regarded as a Group.
• A folders' folder which does not manage any file
directly is ignored.
• Files which do not belong to any folder are grouped
into "Group 1".
• The unit recognizes up to 150 Tracks per Group, and up
to 99 Groups per disc. It ignores those exceeding the
maximum numbers and cannot play back them. If
there is any type of files other than MP3 files in a
folder, those files are also counted down from the total
number of 150.
Group
I .., Group
1
• While an MP3 disc is loaded, you cannot bring up any
preference display. (See page 47.)
Operations
Available
:
r
Basic
t:=3
buttons
control
_zJ
The following table shows basic functions
control buttons.
Buttons
2
I
of basic
Functions
Starts playback while
stopped.
Starts playback while
paused.
stopped
or
Stops playback.
Track 1,
I 11Iup
Group1'
tO 150 Tracks per GrOUp
i
upto 99 Groups
per
disc
II
Pauses playback.
Skips back or forward a Track in the
Group* during playback.
Selects the previous or next Track in the
Group* while stopped.
*You can skip a Track across a Group.
• If you press _ during playback, or press • to stop
playback followed by _, the unit starts playback from
the beginning of the current track.
• The -</_ buttons work the same as the 1<1</_1 button.
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MP3 disc playback
2
NOTES
Move the bar to a desired Group using A/T.
On the right column,
are shown.
• The current Group and Tracknumber are shown on the
display window in the following manner.
When selecting
(highlighted).
3
Current Group
number
CurrentTrack
number
Currenttrack
elapsed time
• You cannot advance or reverse playback of an MP3 disc
rapidly.
• You cannot see any other time information
current track elapsed time.
but the
Available
:
Track : 01 / 06 (Total 28)
begonia,mp3
selected
Selecta desiredTrack using _</=_,_, then
press ENTERor =,-.
or
Usethe numeric buttons to directly specify a
desiredTrack number.
The unit starts playback from the selected Track.
In the MP3 CONTROL display and the display window
on the front panel, you can see the current Group and
Track numbers, as well as Track elapsed time.
MP3 CONTROL
Group : 01 / 10
a Group, Track 1 is initially
Group
• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10-_ 3
To select 34: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 4
To select 40: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 10
When loading an MP3 disc, after the disc contents are
read, the MP3 CONTROL display automatically
appears
on the TV screen.
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Tracks in the selected
Current Track elapsed time
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MP3 CONTROL
Group: 01/10
Track: 01
spring
You can specify the desired G rou p/Track from the display
by the following procedure.
v,
_8
G oup
column
Numeric
buttons
T_
_
_ii_
Track column of the
current Group
_!i_
__ _!!!_i!_
Selected
Track
_ __ii_il
• You can also select a desired Track by pressing I_ to move
the black bar to the right (Track) column then using A/v.
_ENTER
NOTES
• If a MP3 file name includesany 2-byte character,the unit
may not show the file name correctly.
_
_'%
"'
• Only MP3 files are shown on the MP3 CONTROL display.
• The order of Groups/Tracksshown in the MP3
CONTROLdisplay may differ from the order shown on
your personal computer when you set the disc on your
\
computer.
• When the MP3 CONTROL display
is shown.
1 Makesure that the black (cursor) bar is in the
left (Group) column.
If it is in the right column,
left column.
4O
press
< to move
it to the
MP3 disc playback
Available
You can select a desired Group directly
Group number.
Available
:
by specifying
the
You can repeat playback of the current
Group or all MP3 files on the disc.
:
Track, current
5d/_4 5d
Numeric
buttons
REPEAT_
_
--TITLE/GROUP
_._
L
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• During
_"
playback or while stopped
1 Press REPEAl.
Lc__
Each time you press REPEAT, the repeat mode
changes as follows. You can see the current mode
via the display window as well as the MP3
CONTROL display.
If you press REPEAT while stopped, you need to
3ress ENTER or D,-to start repeat playback.
cuc_},
,Jvl=
• During playback or while stopped
1 Press TITLE/GR0UP.
"--" is shown in the Group display
display window.
area of the
REPEATTRACK
(Example
for the indication
Group
display
area
O 1
Repeats the current
Track.
REPEATGROUP
O
Repeats all Tracks in
the current Group.
REPEATALL
O
Repeats all Tracks on
the disc.
of window)
Current track
number
2 Usethe numeric buttons to specify a desired
Group number.
• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10-_ 3
To select 34: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 4
To select 40: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 10
No indication
(TV screen)
The repeat mode is off.
Selected repeat mode
_sp_i_g_ _i _
begonia,rap3
(Display window)
Specify the Group number within several seconds
after pressing TITLE/GROUP (i.e. while the display
window shows "--" for the Group number, instead
of the current Group number).
The unit starts playback from Track 1 of the selected
Group.
3 Usethe numeric buttons to specify a desired
Track number.
The unit starts playback from the specified Track.
You can also use l_l_/l_l
or A/V for specifying a
track, instead of the numeric buttons.
II
Repeat mode indicator
To stop repeat playback
Press m. Note that the repeat mode remains.
To quit repeat playback
During playback, press REPEAT as many times until
no repeat icon is shown on the display window.
While stopped, press REPEAT as many times until
repeat mode indication on the MP3 CONTROL display
goes off.
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The unit can play back JPEG files on a private CD-R/RW
disc. We refer to a disc that contains JPEG files as a
"JPEG disc" in this manual.
Note that, if a disc contains both of MP3 and JPEG files,
you can only play back files of either type selected by the
MP3/JPEG setting in the PICTURE preference display
(See page 50).
What
is JPEG?
"JPEG"
is an abbreviation
Experts
Group
and
compression
• baseline
sub-types
JPEG:
• progressive
only
it cannot
(progressive
and
appears
only
used
etc.
window
file
pictures
types
If a JPEG disc contains
the
the
unit
display
the information
number,
of those
etc.),
files
but you
• We recommend
resolution.
recording.
to record a material at "640 x 480"
• The unit supports only the baseline JPEG type,
therefore, it cannot display pictures of the other types
(progressive and Iossless). If a JPEG disc contains JPEG
files of non-baseline type, the unit recognizes those
files as JPEG files, the JPEG CONTROL display and the
display window shows the information of the contents
(filename, file number, etc.), but you cannot show the
still pictures of those files (the TV screen appears only
in black.)
• The unit does not support "packet write" discs.
• If the disc is recorded with multiple sessions, the unit
supports up to five sessions.
recognizes
JPEG CONTROL
shows
• Finalize the disc after completing
NOTES
of the other
type,
• Select "ISO 9660" as the disc format.
now
pictures
Iossless).
(filename,
the still
and rarely
display
as JPEG files,
show
web,
JPEG type,
those
and the display
cameras,
baseline
of non-baseline
contents
a
as
the
JPEG files
files
utilizes
used for web
an old type
supports
therefore,
Photographic
that
of the JPEG format
used for digital
JPEG:
JPEG:
The unit
format
technique.
There are three
follows.
• Iossless
for the Joint
is an image
NOTES for making a private JPEG disc
using a CD-R/CD-RW
disc:
of the
cannot
(the TV screen
• Some disc may not be played back, or take some time to
open the whole picture because of the disc characteristics
or recording condition.
• You cannot playback files in the desired (programmed)
or random order.
in black.)
• The screen saver function is activated while same
NOTE
picture is displayed for more than 5 minutes except
during slide show playback (See page 44.)
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on
the remote control
unit is set to "DVD"
when using the A/V/4/I_,
numeric
buttons for controlling the unit.
• The unit only can play back files with any of the
following file extensions; ".jpg", ".jpeg", ".JPG",
".JPEG" and any uppercase and lowercase combination
(such as ".Jpg").
• If a JPEG file name includes any 2-byte character, the
unit may not show the file name correctly.
About JPEG disc
On an JPEG disc, each material (still picture) is recorded on
a file. Files may be grouped into a folder by category, etc. In
addition, a folder can be a member of another folder,
creating hierarchical folder layers. If you are familiar with a
personal computer, you may easily understand the
hierarchical file/folder construction of JPEG discs.
This unit simplifies the hierarchical construction of a disc
and manages folders by "Groups" in the following
manners.
• When a picture resolution is more than "640 x 480", it
takes some time to open the whole picture.
• Carry out an operation after opening the whole
picture.The unit does not accept any operation
(Stopping the unit, zooming in/out a picture etc.) while
opening the picture.
• Time required for reading the disc contents differs with
discs, depending on the numbers of Groups (folders)
and files recorded, etc.
•
If you play back a non-baseline
The unit cannot display
• A folder which has one or more files is regarded as a
Group.
• A folders' folder which does not manage any file
directly is ignored.
• Files which do not belong to any folder are grouped
into "Group 1".
• The unit recognizes up to 150 files per Group, and up
to 99 Groups per disc. It ignores those exceeding the
maximum numbers and cannot play back them. If
there is any type of files other than JPEG files in a
folder, those files are also counted down from the total
number of 150.
Group
1
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up to 150 files per directory
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JPEG file:
the still picture of the file. (the
TV screen appears only in black.) In this case, other
operations (such as stopping playback, selecting a
file,etc.) are possible but may take a long time.
• While a JPEG disc is loaded, you cannot bring up any
preference display (See page 47.)
JPEG disc playback
3 Selecta desiredfile using _/=_,4.
4 Press ENTER.
Basic operations
The selected file (still picture) is shown on the TV.
In the display window, you can see the current
Group and file numbers.
Available :
When loading a JPEG disc, after the disc contents are
read, the JPEG CONTROL display automatically
appears
on the TV screen.
JPEG CONTROL
Group : 01/10
File : 01/06
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JPEG CONTROL
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You can select a desired file for playback via this display.
• To return the black bar to the Group column, press _1.
•
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ENTER _
To playback another picture:
Use 1<1</=_t or &Iv to select the desired picture.
You can select a picture in another Group.
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To dismiss the picture:
Press • or MENU.
The TV screen returns to show the JPEG CONTROL
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If it is in the right column,
left column.
2
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_ to move
it to the
Current
number
Group
Current
number
file
• Only JPEG files are shown on the display window.
Move the bar to a desired Group using i/T.
On the right column, files in the selected Group are
shown.
When selecting
(highlighted).
a Group, file 1 is initially
selected
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To see pictures continuously
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You can see files (still pictures) one after another
automatically
in the slide show mode.
In this mode, each file (still picture) is shown on the TV
for approximately
3 seconds and then automatically
changed to the next file one after another.
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--
ZOOM +/-
5d_4_
Available
• During
JPEG
picture
is shown
on the TV screen
1 PressZOOM+ 0r-.
The unit
out
zooms
by pressing
Each time
doubled
_b_Gb
in by pressing
ZOOM
press
ZOOM
c_
+ or zooms
-.
ZOOM
_
C3L)
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+, the magnification
is
-, the magnification
is
_
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(up to x 1024).
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halved
you
:
you
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f
press
ZOOM
to x 1/8).
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• After inserting a JPEG disc
1 Press_.
The slide show starts from the beginning
disc.
of the
NOTES
• To stop slide-show playback (to dismiss the picture) in
the middle of the slide-show playback:
Press •
At the top-left
current
of the screen,
magnification
the indication
can be moved
the information
appears.
for the zoomed-in
by operating
the
While
zoomed
position,
next
for the
step,
in,
which
appears
or MENU.
The TV screen returns
to show the JPEG CONTROL
display.
Pressing I_ resumes
picture you opened.
slide show playback
from the last
• To keep showing a current picture during the slide show
together.
Press II or ENTER.
2 UseA/v/_i/_
to move the zoomed position.
The picture does not change to the next picture.
Pressing I_ resumes
next picture.
the slide show playback
• If a black screen appears continuously
playback:
from the
in the slide-show
The file currently played may be non-baseline
JPEG file.
In this case, select a playable file (a baseline JPEG file)
NOTES
• Even in the slide-show mode, you can zoom in or out a
picture while paused (see the next column).
• To return to normal screen:
Press ENTER.
• While zoomed, the picture may look coarse.
44
again (e.g., pressing • or MENU to open the JPEG
CONTROL display, etc.)
Note that it may take a long time to select another file.
JPEG disc playback
Direct selection
• During
playback or while stopped
1 PressTITLE/GROUP.
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"--" is shown in the Group display area of the
display window.
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(Example for the indication of display window)
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Numeric
buttons
Group
display
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area
Current track
number
P
2 Use the numeric buttons to specify a desired
Group number.
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• To select a number between 1 and 10:
Press the corresponding
button for the number.
• To select a number higher than 10:
Use the +10 button.
Examples:
To select 13: +10-_ 3
To select 34: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 4
To select 40: +10 -_ +10 -_ +10 -_ 10
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From the JPEG CONTROL
display
• During JPEG CONTROL display is shown
1 Make sure that the black (cursor) bar is in the
left (Group) column.
If it is in the right column,
left column.
press
_ to move
it to the
3 Use the numeric buttons to specify a desired
Tracknumber.
JPEG CONTROL
Group : 01 / 10
File : 01 / 06 [Total 28)
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Specify the Group number within several seconds
after pressing TITLE/GROUP (i.e. while the display
window shows "--" for the Group number, instead
of the current Group number).
You can specify the Track number according to the
order in the JPEG CONTROL display. You must
specify a Track number within 5 seconds after
carrying out step 2.
The unit starts slide show playback from the
specified Track. If you do not specify a Track
number, the unit starts slide show playback from
the first Track in the Group.
• You can skip a file in the slide show by using I_/_
A/T.
2 Move the bar to a desired Group using A/T.
On the right column, files in the selected Group are
shown.
When selecting
(highlighted).
a Group, file 1 is initially
selected
3 Selecta desiredfile using _/_.
4 Press_,-.
The slide show starts from the specified
file.
or
• You can select a file in the current group by using the
numeric buttons.
NOTES
• To stop slide-show playback (to dismissthe picture) in
the middle of the slide-show playback:
Press • or MENU.
The TV screen returns to show the JPEG CONTROL
display.
Pressing I_ resumes slide show playback from the last
picture you opened.
• To keep showing a current picture during the slide show
Press II or ENTER.
The picture does not change to the next picture.
Pressing I_ resumes the slide show playback from the
next picture.
• If a blackscreen appears continuously in the slide-show
playback:
The file currently played may be non-baseline JPEGfile.
In this case, select a playable file (a baseline JPEGfile)
again (e.g., pressing • or MENU to open the JPEG
CONTROL
display,
etc.)
Note that it may take a long time to select another file.
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JPEG disc playback
To stop repeat playback
Press ==. Note that the repeat mode remains.
Available
:
In the slide-show mode, you can repeat playback of JPEG
files in a Group or on the disc.
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• During
playback or while stopped
1 Press REPEAl.
Pressing REPEAT switches the repeat mode.
If you press REPEAT while stopped, you need to
press _ to start repeat playback.
The mode is shown in the display window by icons,
while on the JPEG CONTROL display by mode
names, as follows.
REPEATALL
REPEATGROUP
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No indication
All tracks on the disc are
repeated.
All Tracks in the current
Group are repeated.
The repeat mode is off.
(TV Screen)
Selected repeat mode
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JPEG CONTROL
Group:01/10
File:01/06(Total28)
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(Display
window)
Repeat mode indicator
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To quit repeat playback
During playback, press REPEAT as many times until
no repeat icon is shown on the display window.
While stopped, press REPEAT as many times until
repeat mode indication on the JPEG CONTROL
display goes off.
NOTE
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on
the remote control
unit is set to "DVD"
when using the A/v/4/I_
and numeric
buttons for controlling the unit.
Selecting preferences
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ENTER --
This chapter refers to the settings which are already
made when you purchase the unit (when the machine is
shipped from the factory). Read this section when you
want to connect this machine to a wide-vision TV set or
change the settings according
use this machine.
to the environment
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you
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CHO,CE
• While stopped
PressCHOICE.
One of the Preference on-screen
on the TV screen.
displays
appears
You can see four icons at the top right of the onscreen display for the settings.
The preference display consists of the LANGUAGE,
PICTURE, AUDIO, and OTHERS setting displays, each
having setting items.
_4_ : Setting menu for language
I_
: Setting menu for pictures
(_
: Setting menu for sound
: Setting menu for the systems,
2
etc.
Selectthe appropriate icon using </_.
The appropriate
display
appears
on the TV screen.
3 Move [_
to selectthe item you want to edit by
using A/v.
The color of the selected
item changes.
4 Press ENTER.
The pull-down
item.
menu appears over the selected
AUDIO
Selected item
,5 PressA/v to select from options and press
ENTER.
The selected option is set.
• For details about each setting,
OTHERS
see the following.
NOTES
• To dismiss a preference display:
Press CHOICE.
• While an MP3 or JPEG disc is loaded, you cannot bring
up any preference display.
• When a preference display is shown on a wide TV
screen, the upper and lower parts of the TV picture
sometimes may be cut off. In such a case, adjust the
picture size control of the TV.
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Changing
the initial settings
This
page
playback,
allows
you
as well
as the on-screen
to select
languages
concerning
with
language
of the
display
DVD VIDEO
disc
unit.
During playback, you can bring up any page of the preference displays, however,
only
MENU
LANGUAGE
You can select
language
contained
ON SCREEN LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
the default
menu
to be displayed
if it is
on a DVD VIDEO disc.
_
_
CHINESE
SPANISH
_
_
GERMAN
ITALIAN _
JAPANESE
code from AA to ZU
_
can be set on the
FRENCH
•
LANGUAGE
If the selected
_
recorded,
language
page.
language
the disc's
is not
default
language is selected.
For details about language
•
code, see
"Table of languages and their
abbreviations"
at the bottom of this
AUDIO LANGUAGE
You can select the default audio
language to be played if it is
contained on a DVD VIDEO disc.
page.
SUBTITLE
You can select the default subtitle
language to be displayed if it is
contained on a DVD VIDEO disc.
OFF _ ENGLISH _ SPANISH
FRENCH _ CHINESE _ GERMAN
ITALIAN _ JAPANESE
language code from AA to ZU
ON SCREEN LANGUAGE
You can select the on-screen
display language of the unit.
ENGLISH <-_ SPANISH <-_ FRENCH
English
[ 0NSCREEN LANGUAGE
I ENGLISH
Spanish
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FNANCAIS
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French
[ LANGUE
• Some
on-screen
shown
O' ECNAN
messages
in English
regardless
J
are
of the
setting.
• You cannot
change
language
shown
JPEG CONTROL
Table of languages
48
the on-screen
on the MP3 and
displays.
and their abbreviations
AA
Afar
FA
Persia n
KM
Cambodian
OM
(Afan) Oromo
SU
Sundanese
AB
Abkhazian
FI
Finnish
KN
Kannada
OR
Oriya
SV
Swedish
AF
AM
Afrikaans
Ameharic
FJ
FO
Fiji
Faroese
KO
Korean (KOR)
KS
Kashmiri
PA
PL
Panja bi
Polish
SW
TA
Swa hill
Tamil
AR
Arabic
FY
Frisian
KU
Kurdish
PS
Pashto, Pushto
TE
Telugu
AS
Assamese
GA
Irish
AY
Aymara
GD
Scots Gaelic
KY
LA
Kirghiz
Latin
PT
QU
Portuguese
Quechua
TG
TH
Tajik
Thai
AZ
Azerbaijani
GL
Galician
LN
Lingala
RM
Rhaeto-Romance
TI
Tigrinya
BA
Bashkir
GN
Guarani
LO
Laothian
RN
Kirundi
TK
Turkmen
BE
Byelorussian
GU
Gujarati
LT
Lithuanian
BG
Bulgarian
HA
Hausa
LV
Latvian,
RO
RU
Rumanian
Russian
TL
TN
Tagalog
Setswana
BH
Bihari
HI
Hindi
BI
Bislama
HR
Croatian
MG
MI
Malagasy
Maori
RW
SA
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
TO
TR
Tonga
Turkish
BN
BO
Bengali,
Tibetan
HU
HY
Hungarian
Armenian
MK
Macedonian
SD
Sindhi
TS
Tsonga
ML
Malayalam
BR
Breton
IA
Interlingua
TT
TW
Tatar
Twi
Catalan
IE
Interlingue
Mongolian
Moldavian
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
CA
MN
MO
SG
SH
SI
Singhalese
UK
Ukrainian
CO
CS
Corsican
Czech
IK
IN
Inupiak
Indonesian
MR
Marathi
SK
SIovak
UR
Urdu
SIovenian
UZ
Uzbek
Welsh
IS
Icelandic
Malay (MAY)
Maltese
SL
CY
MS
MT
SM
Samoan
VI
Vietnamese
DA
Danish
IW
Hebrew
MY
Burmese
DZ
Bhutani
JI
Yiddish
NA
Nauru
SN
SO
Shona
Somali
VO
WO
Volapuk
Wolof
EL
Greek
JW
Javanese
XH
Xhosa
KA
KK
Georgian
Kazakh
Nepali
Dutch
Albanian
Esperanto
Estonian
NE
NL
SQ
EO
ET
SR
Serbian
YO
Yoruba
Siswati
ZU
Zulu
Basque
KL
Greenlandic
Norwegian
Occitan
SS
EU
NO
OC
ST
Sesotho
Bangla
Lettish
Changing
This page allows you to select desired options
monitor screen.
concerning
the initial
settings
with a picture or
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MONITOR TYPE
You can select the monitor type to
match your TV when you playback
DVD VIDEO discs recorded for wide
screen televisions.
•
16:9 NORMAL (Wide Television
screen)
Should be selected when you
connect the unit to a wide-screen
(16:9) TV whose aspect ratio is fixed
to 16:9 (the unit automatically
adjusts the screen width of the
output signal correctly when
playing back a "4:3" source).
• If you playback a "4:3" DVD VIDEO
source with the "16:9 NORMAL"
mode, the picture character slightly
16:9 AUTO (Wide Television screen)
changes due to the process for
Should be selected when you
converting the picture width.
connect a wide-screen (16:9) TV to
the unit.
4:3 LB. (Letter Box Conversion)
Should be selected when you
connect a normal (4:3) TV to the
unit.
When playing back a DVD VIDEO
disc recorded by the wide picture
format, the picture is shown with
black bars at the top and bottom.
4:3 PS. (Pan Scan Conversion)
Should be selected when you
connect a normal(4:3) TV to the
unit.
When playing back a DVD VIDEO
disc recorded by the wide picture
format, the picture is automatically
zoomed and the left and right sides
are chopped off.
PROGRESSIVE MODE
When the unit is in the progressive
scan mode, you can select a desired
mode from three options.
Normally, set to "AUTO".
VIDEO
Suitable for playing
source disc.
back a video
FILM
Suitable for playing back a film or
progressive source disc.
AUTO
Used to playback a disc containing
both video and film source
materials.
The unit recognizes the picture type
(film or video source) of the current
disc according to the disc
information.
!
With some discs recorded by the
wide picture format, the picture is
shown in the 4:3 LB mode even if
you select the 4:3 PS mode.
• When progressive scan mode is
active, the PROGRESSIVE indicator
is lit. Note that the color of indication
changes depending on this setting,
source type and the unit's status.
(See pages 7 and 8.)
• Some DVD VIDEO discs may not be
played back correctly with the
"AUTO" mode. If the playback
picture is unclear or noisy with a
particular DVD VIDEO disc, try to
change the mode
49
Changing
the initial settings
SCREEN SAVER
You can select the screen saver
function ON or OFE
See page 15 for details about screen
saver function.
•
ON
MP3/JPEG
The unit can playback MP3 and
JPEG files recorded on a CD-R/CDRW disc, however, if a disc contains
both of MP3 and JPEG files, you can
only playback files of either type
selected by this menu item.
•
MP3
•
JPEG
The current
•
picture gets dark.
OFF
The screen saver function
is off.
• When a disc contains either MP3 or
JPEG files, the unit can play back the
MP3 files can be played back if a disc
files regardless of the setting.
contains both of MP3 and JPEG files.
JPEG files can be played back ifa disc
contains both of MP3 and JPEG files.
This page allows you to select desired options
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
To connect the unit's digital output to
an external device equipped with a
digital input, this item must be set
correctly.
See the table below for details
about the relation between the
setting and output signals.
•
PCM ONLY
Should be selected when you
connect the DIGITAL OUT jack of the
unit to the linear PCM digital input
of other audio equipment.
•
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
Should be selected when you
connect the digital input of a Dolby
Digital decoder or an amplifier with
a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
When this option is selected,
playing back a disc recorded by the
DTS or MPEG Multichannel
format
outputs a linear PCM digital signal.
concerning
with audio sound.
• When playing a DVD VIDEO or
Audio CD disc with DTS, use a DTS
decoder to get correct signals from
your speakers.
• With some DVD VIDEO discs that are
not fully copy-protected,
a 20 or 24
bit digital signal may be output.
• A signal with the 88.2 kHz or more
sampling frequency cannot be
output from the DIGITAL OUT jack,
regardless of the setting (due to the
copy protection issue).
• MP3 digital audio data cannot be
output.
STREAM/PCM
Should be selected when you
connect the digital input of an
amplifier with a built-in DTS, MPEG
Multichannel
or Dolby Digital
decoder, or the stand-alone unit of
such a decoder.
Digital output
signal chart
Output
Playback discs
PCM ONLY
DVD with 48/44.1 kHz, 16/20/24
bit linear PCM
48/44.1 kHz,16 bit, stereo linear PCM
DVD with 96/88.2 kHz, 16/22/24
bit linear PCM
No output
DVD with DTS
DVD with Dolby
Audio
CDNideo
STREAM/PCM
48 kHz, 16 bit, stereo linear PCM
Digital
DVD with MPEG Multichannel
CD/SVCD
Audio CD with DTS
CD-R/RW with MP3
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DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
48 kHz, 16 bit, stereo
linear PCM
DTS bitstream
Dolby Digital
48 kHz, 16 bit, stereo linear PCM
bitstream
MPEG bitstream
44.1 kHz,16 bit, stereo linear PCM
44.1 kHz, 16 bit, stereo linear PCM
No output
DTS bitstream
Changing
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ANALOG DOWN MIX
To playback a DVD VIDEO disc
recorded with surround
multichannel
audio correctly, this
setting must be properly made
according to your audio system.
DOLBY SURROUND
Should be selected when you enjoy
multichannel
surround audio by
connecting the unit's analog AUDIO
OUT to a surround decoder.
STEREO
Should be selected when you enjoy
conventional 2-channel stereo
audio by connecting the unit's
analog AUDIO OUT to a stereo
amplifier/receiver
or television set,
or when you duplicate audio of a
DVD VIDEO disc recorded with
surround audio to your MD,
cassette, etc.
D. RANGE COMPRESSION
When enjoying a DVD VIDEO disc
recorded with the Dolby Digital
format at low or middle volume,
this setting makes you hear sound
comfortably
AUTO
Audio is played back with the
dynamic range compressed
except when playing a disc
recorded with Dolby Digital 1- or 2channel format.
ON
• This function does not work when
the 3D PHONIC function is activated.
(See page 34.)
• This setting affects only the output
signal from the analog AUDIO OUT
jacks when playing back a DVD
VIDEO disc recorded with surround
multichannel
audio.
• This function works only when
playing back a disc recorded with
Dolby Digital. The setting is not
effective for other discs.
• This function does not work when
the 3D PHONIC function is
activated.(See page 34.)
Audio is always played back with
the dynamic range compressed.
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Changing
the initial settings
This page allows you to select desired options
RESUME
You can select the resume playback
mode.
ON
The unit can resume playback of the
disc from the position you
interrupted playback last time if it is
still on the tray.
•
with the system.
• See page 17 for details about
resume playback function.
OFF
The resume function
•
concerning
is not active.
DISC RESUME
The unit can resume playback of
last 30 discs (the unit keeps
memory positions even if a disc is
removed from the tray).
ON SCREEN GUIDE
The unit can display "on-screen
guide" icons or characters on the
picture, which show what is
happening to the disc or the unit.
AUTO STANDBY
ON
The on-screen guide will be displayed.
OFF
The on-screen
displayed.
OFF _
60 _
• See page 15 about on-screen guide
icons.
• Examples of "on-screen guide" icons
or characters: 8,
O_)_),(_
guide will not be
30
When the unit is stopped for more
than 30 minutes or 60 minutes, the
unit enters standby mode
automatically.
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AV COMPULINK MODE
If you use the AV COMPU LINK
system, you must set this item
correctly.
DVD 1_
DVD 2 _
DVD 3
PARENTAL LOCK
When selecting this option,
pressing ENTER on the remote
control unit brings up the
"PARENTAL LOCK" display shown
below, in which you can restrict
playback of DVD VIDEO discs for
children.
See page 53 for details about the
Parental Lock setting.
• See page 58 for details about AV
COMPU LINK function.
(PARENTAL LOCK display)
I L_L
1.0.E
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Changing
the initial
settings
Limiting playback by
children
Available
This function restricts playback of DVD VIDEO discs
which contain violent (and other) scenes according to the
level set by the user. For example, if a movie which
includes violent scenes supports the parental lock
feature, such scenes which you do not want to let
children view can be cut or replaced with other scenes.
When selecting "PARENTAL LOCK" in the "OTHERS" page
of the preference display (see page 52), pressing ENTER
on the remote control unit brings up the PARENTAL
LOCK sub-page shown below, in which you can make
setting for limiting playback.
:
(OTHERS display)
• While the "OTHERS" page of the preference display is
shown
Use A/T to move 1_>to select "PARENTAL
LOCK" and press ENTER.
Press ENTER.
(PARENTAL LOCK display)
See page 52 for details about how to bring up the
"OTHERS" page.
The Parental Lock on-screen display appears on the
TV screen.
points [COUNTRY CODE].
2 While _
points [COUNTRYCODE],press
ENTERto bring up the pull-down menu.
3 Use A/T
to select the country code.
The country code whose standards were applied
rate the DVD VIDEO disc should be selected.
to
See "Appendix A: Country code list for Parental
Lock" on page 63.
4 Press ENTER.
1_ moves to [SET LEVEL].
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Changing
the initial settings
5 While [_ points [LEVEL], press ENTER to
bring up the pull-down menu.
In the
pull-down
menu,
through
"8" are available.
"NONE"
does
not restrict
strictest
level.
Discs
level
"NONE"
and level
playback.
rated
higher
Level
than
"1"
Available
"1" is the
the selected
You can change the Parental
Lock settings
:
later.
are restricted.
i
¸
Numeric
buttons
ENTER_
6 Use A/T to select a desired parental lock
level, then press ENTER.
[_
moves
to [PASSWORD].
7 Enteryour 4-digit password usingthe numeric
buttons (0 to 9).
• While the "OTHERS" page of the preference display is
shown
Use A/T to move 1_>to select "PARENTAL
LOCK" and press ENTER.
The Parental
Lock on-screen
display
appears
on the
TV screen.
points [PASSWORD].
See page 52 for details
8 Press ENTER.
The setting
[_moves
Pressing
"OTHERS"
is set.
about
how
to bring
up the
page.
to [EXIT].
ENTER
page of the
again
preference
returns
to the
"OTHERS"
display.
• If you enter an undesired password
password before pressing ENTER.
in step 7, reenter the
2 Enter your current 4-digit password using the
numeric buttons (0 to 9) and press ENTER.
moves to [COUNTORY
correct
password.
If you enter
RETRY..."
the wrong
appears
go to the next
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CODE]
password,
on the TV screen,
step.
if you
enter
the
"WRONG!
and you cannot
Changing
the initial
settings
3 To changethe "COUNTORYCODE"or
"LEVEL", press ENTER to bring up the
associatedpull-down menu while _ points
the appropriate item.
To select the item to be set, use A/v
down menu is shown.
4 UseA/v to select a desiredoption and press
ENTER.
Note that if you change the country
reselect the Parental Lock level.
Available
when no pull-
code, you must
When you set the parental level strictly, some discs may
not be played back at all. When you insert such a disc
and try to play it, the following Parental Lock on-screen
display appears on the TV screen, asking you whether
you want the Parental Lock to be temporarily
released or
not.
5 While _ points [PASSWORD],entera4-digit
passwordusingthe numericbuttons(0 to 9).
G
C_.3 C_3
C_3 C_3 C_3
The password entered in the above step becomes
the new password. If you do not change the
password, enter the same password as in the step 2.
Even if you want to change only the country code
and/or parental level, do not forget to enter the
password after changing the country code and/or
parental level. Otherwise, the new country code
and/or parental level will not become effective.
• If you forget your password in step 2
A/V
5d_Sd
C3_P_
ii,
moves to [EXIT].
Pressing ENTER again returns to the "OTHERS"
page of the preference display.
• If you enter the wrong password more than 3 times in
step 2 above, [_3 moves to [EXIT] automatically and
A/v does not work.
Numeric
buttons
ENTER_
6 PressENTER.
NOTES
:
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Usethe A/v to move _ to [TEMPORARY
RELEASE],then press ENTER.
[_moves to the [PASSWORD].
When selecting [NOT RELEASE], press A (OPEN/
CLOSE) to remove the disc.
Enter "8888." The current password is deleted and you
can set a new password.
2 Enteryour 4-digit password using the numeric
buttons (0 to 9).
The Parental Lock is released, and the unit starts
playback.
If you enter the wrong password, "WRONG!
RETRY..." appears on the TV screen.
Enter the correct password.
NOTE
• When you enter the wrong password more than 3 times
in step 2 above, 1_3moves to [NOT RELEASE]
automatically
and A/v do not work.
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Names of parts and controls
Refer to the corresponding
pages indicated
in 0 for details.
1)
STANDBY/ON
II PAUSE button (15, 18)
_/I button (12)
STANDBY indicator (9, 12)
t<1</1_t SKIP buttons (18, 19)
Disc tray (14, 16, 17)
Display windows (see the illustration
Remote sensor (10)
_AOPENICLOSE button (14, 16, 17)
• STOP button (15, 16, 39)
below)
@ PROGRESSIVE indicator (12, 49)
I_ PLAY button (15, 17)
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Audio format indicators
Repeat mode indicators (27, 41, 46)
Disc indicator
PROGRAM/RANDOM
_ (play)Ill
(pause) indicators
Grou p/title/track/chapter
Multi-information
(9)
AUDIO OUT jacks (6, 7, 8, 9)
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window
indicators
DIGITAL OUT jacks (OPTICAL/COAXIAL)
Scan mode selector (480i/480p/REMOTE)
AV COMPU LINK jacks (58)
VIDEO OUT - VIDEO jack (6)
_AC
VIDEO OUT - S-VIDEO jack (6)
Region code label (4)
VIDEO OUT - COMPONENT
indicators (25, 26)
jacks (Y/PB/PR) (7)
IN connector (9)
(6, 7, 8)
Additional
OPEN/CLOSE button (14, 16, 17)
Numeric buttons
@ ANGLE button (21, 31)
RETURN button (23)
TOP MENU button (22)
@ TV - DVD switch (11, 12, 22, 39, 42, 47)
@ Infrared signal-emitting
TV STANDBY/ON
_/I
window
DVD STANDBY/ON
Cursor selection (< Left, I_ Right) VOL (+/-) buttons (11)
TITLE/GROUP button (23, 41, 45)
MENU button (22)
CHOICE button (13, 47)
ENTER button
t<</PREVIOUS
ON SCREEN button (20, 35)
button (18, 19, 39, 43)
II/CLEAR button (15, 16, 26, 39, 46)
I_/SELECT button (15, 22, 39, 44)
@ <t_I/SLOW-
button (18)
@ REPEAT button (27, 41, 46)
SUBTITLE button (29)
I_I/NEXT
@ II/STROBE
(10)
button (11)
Cursor selection (A Up, • Down) CH (+/-) buttons (11)
TV/VIDEO
information
_/I
button (12)
- CANCEL button (11, 22, 26)
button (18, 19, 39, 43)
button (15, 18, 18, 32, 39)
I_/SLOW+
button (18)
AUDIO button (30)
VFP - PROGRESSIVE SCAN button (8, 33)
DIGEST button (24)
@ ZOOM +/- buttons (32, 44)
3D PHONIC button (34)
_) AMP VOL +/- buttons (11)
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Additional
information
AV COMPU LINK remote control system
The JVC AV COMPU LINK system allows you to enjoy video or audio with the simplest
operation.If your video/audio
player (such as a DVD player, CD player and VCR) and
television or/and amplifier/receiver
support the JVC AV COMPU LINK system and are tied
with the JVC AV COMPU LINK cable(s), when you simply starting the player, all the
necessary settings of the television and/or amplifier/receiver
for enjoying playback are
automatically
performed.
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To AV COMPU LINK
(11,EX or III)
Using the AV COMPU LINK cable, connect the AV
COMPU LINK terminals of each component to one
another.
• The unit's AV COMPU LINK setting is operated in the
OTHERS page in the preference display. See page 52
for operation.
• For information
on the connection between the TV and
the receiver, refer to the receiver's Instructions.
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TV
,EXor
)
To AV COMPU LINK
• If you connect the unit to a television and receiver
AV COMPU LINK, set the unit's AV COMPU LINK
setting to DVD1.
via
IMPORTANT!
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• If you connect the unit to a television via AV COMPU
LINK, set the unit's AV COMPU LINK setting as follows.
• When connecting to VIDEO-1 input terminal
the television: DVD2
• When connecting to VIDEO-2 input terminal
the television: DVD3
of
of
• When you make video connection between the unit and
another device (such as a receiver and TV) via the
composite, S-video or component jacks, as well as AV
COMPU LINK connection, see also the instruction
manual of the other device.
Notes for connection
• If you connect the unit to a receivervia AV COMPU LINK
in a system including a Dolby Digital decoder,some
functions may not be performed automatically.
• Connect the AUDIO OUT jacks of the unit to the audio
input jacks of a receiverthat indicating "DVD".
Otherwise, the system will not work correctly.
• There may be no description about connections to the
unit in the instruction manual of a television or VCR.
However a television or VCR with AV COMPU LINK
terminals indicating "11","EX" or "111"can be connected
to the unit.
To AV COMPU LINK
(11,EX or III)
To AV COMPU LINK
• If you connect the unit to a television and VCR via AV
COMPU LINK, set the VCR's Remote Control Code and
the unit's AV COMPU LINK setting as follows.
• When connecting to VIDEO-1 input terminal
the television:
The unit's AV COMPU LINK setting: DVD2
VCR's Remote Control Code: B
• When connecting to VIDEO-2 input terminal
the television:
The unit's AV COMPU LINK setting: DVD3
VCR's Remote Control Code: A
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of
You can enjoy pictures and/or sound by just putting a
source component (which plays back the pictures and/or
sound such as a DVD player or VCR) into play mode. You
do not have to operate the TV and receiver including not
having to perform power switching.
1 Turn on the main power of the television.
2 Insert a disc (or tape) into the source
component.
of
3 Press _,- of the source component.
The following actions are performed automatically:
• Turning on the power for the television.
• Setting the source of the television to the external
input (VIDEO-1 or VIDEO-2).
• Turning on the power for the receiver.
• Setting the source of the receiver to the component
which has started playback.
Additional
information
Troubleshooting
What
appears
to be a malfunction
may
not always
be serious.
Please go through
the following
list before
requesting
service.
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Symptom
Possible
Power does not come on.
cause
Remedy
Power plug is not inserted securely.
Possible
Symptom
The remote control unit does not work.
Plug in securely.
cause
Remedy
Too far from the unit.
More closer to the unit.
The tip of the remote control unit is not
pointed in the right direction.
Point the infrared light- emitting window
toward the remote sensor on the front
panel. (See page 10.)
Batteries
are exhausted.
Battery polarity
The remote
operating
The TV/VIDEO - CANCEL, A/v/4/l_
numeric buttons do not work.
or
Replace the batteries
is incorrect.
control
new ones.
Take out the batteries and insert them again
in the correct direction.
unit is not set for
Set the remote control unit for operating
your TV. (See page 12.)
your TV.
The TV - DVD switch
with
is not correctly
set.
To control the unit, set the TV - DVD switch
to "DVD". To control your TV, set the TV DVD switch to "TV". (See page 11.)
Operation
is not possible.
Microcomputer
malfunction
lightning or static electricity.
Moisture condensation
change of temperature
When using the TITLE/GROUP
button to
select a title during DVD VIDEO playback, Q
appears on the TV screen and the title
cannot be selected.
due to
caused by a sudden
or humidity,
Turn off the power and unplug the power
cord, then connect the power cord again.
Turn off the power, then turn it on a few
hours later.
The disc does not allow the operation.
Or a non-playable
disc is loaded.
Check and replace the disc. (See page 4.)
The disc does not allow the operation
because of disc contents.
Try to press • and select a title using the
numeric buttons on the remote control
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Additional
information
Symptom
No picture is displayed
Possible
on the monitor.
Connection
of video
Input selection
cause
Remedy
cable is incorrect.
Connect the cable correctly.
of TV is incorrect.
Select correctly.
Disc is not playable.
Use a playable disc. (See page 4.)
No picture is displayed on the monitor or
the screen is blurred or divided into two
The unit is in the progressive
scan mode
(i.e. the PROGRESSIVE indicator is lit)
Set the Scan mode selector
parts.
though it is connected to a TV via the
VIDEO or S-VIDEO jack.
A picture is noisy or blurred.
The unit is connected to a VCR directly
the copyguard function is activated.
and
With some discs, a picture may be blurred
when setting "PROGRESSIVE MODE" to
"FILM"
A picture does not fit the television
The upper
preference
wide-aspect
and lower parts of the
display are cut off when
screen.
on the rear
panel to "480i", or set it to "REMOTE" and
make the Progressive scan mode inactive
by using the VFP-PROGRESSIVE SCAN
button (see pages 7 and 8).
Connect the unit so that the picture signal
flows directly to the TV.
Set "PROGRESSIVE
MODE" to "VIDEO".
(See page 49.)
or "AUTO".
MONITOR TYPE is not correctly
set.
Television
is not correctly
set.
It depends
on the setting on the TV.
using
Select monitor type correctly. (See page 49.)
Set the television
correctly.
Adjust the TV screen using the control
the TV.
on
TV.
Possible
Symptom
No audio is reproduced.
Connection
cause
is incorrect.
Input selection
of amplifier
Remedy
Check the connection.
is incorrect.
Select correctly.
No audio is reproduced when playing back
a DVD disc recorded with High-sampling
(88.2 kHz or more) linear PCM audio using
the DIGITAL OUT jack.
The audio signal is not derived from the
unit's DIGITAL OUT. (See page 50.)
Use AUDIO OUT when playing
discs.
Audio volume is low when playing back the
unit, compared with the TV or VCR.
The audio level recorded
Turn up the volume
receiver.
is lower, compared
on a DVD VIDEO
with TV broadcasting.
back such
of the TV or amplifier/
Note that you should turn down the volume
before switching back to TV broadcasting,
to prevent outputting
the sudden big
sound.
Sound is distorted
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or noise is generated.
Disc is dirty.
Wipe the disc surface.
(See page 5.)
Additional
information
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I play back DVD VIDEO and Video CD purchased
abroad?
You can play back the DVD VIDEO discs with the Region
Code (local code) containing 'ALL' or '1' recorded in the
NTSC or PAL system (PAL disc signals are reproduced by
converting to the NTSC system). You can also play back
the Video CD discs recorded in the NTSC system. Please
check the information
on each disc jacket.
Can I play back a DVD VIDEO disc without
Code number?
any Region
The Region code indicates
the standards.
the conformity
Any DVD VIDEO not conforming
be played back.
Can I play back a CD-R/RW disc with still pictures
than the JPEG format?
Can I play back audio on a disc labeled
EX"?
"Dolby
in other
Digital
Can I play back audio on a disc labeled "DTS ES"?
Is there any difference in the playback settings between
Discrete and Matrix recording systems for DTS ES?
No, you cannot
Can this unit play back a disc labeled "THX"?
What does "THX" mean?
When files of the MP3 and Audio
CD formats
of the disc to
to the standards
cannot
play back that disc.
Though you cannot enjoy audio using the analog audio
outputs (AUDIO OUT), you can enjoy DTS ES audio by
connecting the DIGITAL OUT jack to a decoder or
amplifier/receiver
with built-in decoder that supports
DTS ES. In this case, set "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" on
preference
display
4
4
Yes, you can play back the disc because Dolby Digital EX
is compatible with Dolby Digital. However, to get the
maximum performance
of Dolby Digital EX, we
recommend to connect the DIGITAL OUT jack to a
decoder or amplifier/receiver
with built-in decoder that
supports Dolby Digital EX. In this case, set "DIGITAL
AUDIO OUTPUT" on the "AUDIO" preference display to
"STREAM/PCM".
the "AUDIO"
4
50
50
to "STREAM/PCM".
Yes you can. "THX" is a name of the original standard for
high quality picture/audio
recording and playback
established
by Lucasfilm Ltd. A disc labeled "THX" is
certified that it passed this standard.
are
recorded on a same disc, can the unit play back files of
both formats?
Some Dolby Digital discs contain 5.1-ch Surround or
Dolby Surround audio data. What is the difference
between these two types?
The disc is of the data CD format, therefore,
play back only files of the MP3 format.
Both are surround sound standards
Laboratories Inc. in the U.S.A.
the unit can
developed
4, 39
by Dolby
Dolby Surround records 2-channel surround audio
information
are recorded onto the analog stereo (left and
right) channels together with front stereo audio
information.
When played back, the surround signals are
separated by a Dolby Surround or Dolby Pro Logic
decoder.
4
Dolby Digital digitally encodes and records up to six
channel information
for left, right, center, rear left, rear
right and LFE (Low-Frequency
Effect for Sub-woofer etc.).
When played back, a Dolby Digital decoder decodes data
and outputs signals separately.
Generally, Dolby Digital sounds better.
When playing back a DVD VIDEO or Video CD disc,
something
like mosaic appears on the TV screen. Is this
because of a malfunction
of the unit?
It is a block noise specific to a motion picture recorded
digital, and is not a malfunction
of the unit.
The unit does not function
Instruction Manual.
The operation of this unit may occasionally
be
unacceptable
due to the intention of the disc contents
creator and/or structural restrictions.
Can I record
as described
in this
DVD VIDEO data on a video tape?
Can this unit record data?
in
Most of all DVD VIDEO discs are copy-protected
so that
you cannot record DVD VIDEO data onto any video tape.
No, you cannot.
3
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Additional
information
Specifications
*Specifications
and appearance
subject to change without prior
notice.
General
Readable discs:
Video format:
DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, Video CD, SVCD
NTSC, 480i (Interlaced scan)/480p (Progressive
scan) selectable
Other
Power requirements:
Power consumption:
Mass:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
AC120V
%,60Hz*
14 W (POWER ON), 1.3 W (STANDBY mode)
2.6 kg (5.8 Ibs)
435 mm x 68 mm x 267.5 mm
(17-3/16 inch x 2-7/8 inch x 10-9/16 inch)
Video outputs
COMPONENT
(pin jacks):
VIDEO OUT (pin jack):
S-VIDEO OUT (S jack):
Horizontal
resolution:
Y Output:
PB/PROutput:
1.0 Vp-p (75 £_)
Y Output:
C Output:
500 Lines or more
1.0 Vp-p (75 £_)
0.7 Vp-p (75 £_)
1.0 Vp-p (75 £_)
286 mVp-p (75 _)
Audio outputs
ANALOG OUT (pin jack):
DIGITAL OUT: (COAXIAL):
(OPTICAL):
2.0 Vrms (10 k£_)
0.5 Vp-p (75 £_termination)
-21 dBm to -15 dBm (Peak)
Audio characteristics
Frequency response:
Dynamic
range:
Wow and flutter:
Total harmonic distortion:
CD
DVD
(sampling frequency 44.1 kHz):
2 Hz to 20 kHz
(sampling frequency 48 kHz):
2 Hz to 22 kHz
(2 Hz to 20 kHz for DTS and Dolby Digital bitstream signals)
DVD (sampling frequency 96kHz/88.2 kHz):2 Hz to 44 kHz
16 bit: More than 98 dB
20 bit: More than 106 dB
24 bit: More than 106 dB
Unmeasurable (less than + 0.002%)
less than 0.002%
*Notes for PX model (Check the specification indication on the rear panel.):
Power requirements
:AC 110V - 240V rk_, 50Hz/60Hz
Power consumption
:15W (POWER ON), 2.5W (STANDBY mode)
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Additional
information
Appendix A: Country code list for Parental Lock
This list is used for the Parental Lock operation.
AD
AE
Andorra
United Arab Emirates
AF
AG
Afghanistan
Antigua and Barbuda
AI
AL
AM
AN
Anguilla
Albania
Armenia
Netherlands
AO
AQ
Angola
Antarctica
AR
AS
AT
AU
Argentina
American
Austria
Australia
Antilles
Samoa
ES
ET
FI
Spain
Ethiopia
Finland
LB
LC
Lebanon
Saint Lucia
SA
SB
SaudiArabia
Solomon Islands
LI
Liechtenstein
FJ
FK
Fiji
Falkland Islands
LK
Sri Lanka
FO
Micronesia
(Federated States of)
Faroe Islands
Liberia
Lesotho
Seychelles
Sudan
Sweden
FM
LR
LS
SC
SD
SE
LT
Lithuania
FR
France
France, Metropolitan
Gabon
Luxembourg
Latvia
Singapore
Saint Helena
Slovenia
Svalbard and Jan
FX
GA
LU
LV
SG
SH
SI
SJ
GB
GD
United Kingdom
Grenada
LY
MA
Libyan Arab
Morocco
MC
Monaco
SK
SL
SM
Mayen
Slovakia
Sierra Leone
San Marino
Moldova,
MG
MH
Madagascar
Marshall Islands
SN
SO
SR
Senegal
Somalia
Suriname
ML
MaN
ST
SV
Sao Tome and Principe
El Salvador
SY
SZ
TC
Syrian Arab Republic
Swaziland
Turks and Caicos
Islands
Chad
French Southern
Territories
GE
GF
GH
GI
GL
Georgia
French Guiana
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greenland
MD
MM
Myanmar
GM
GN
Gambia
Guinea
GP
GQ
GR
Guadeloupe
Equatorial Guinea
Greece
MN
MO
MP
Mongolia
Macau
Northern
Islands
GS
Martinique
Mauritania
Montserrat
GT
GU
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich
Guatemala
Guam
MQ
MR
MS
GW
Guinea-Bissau
GY
HK
HM
Malta
Mauritius
Maldives
Malawi
Mexico
HN
HR
HT
Guyana
Hong Kong
Heard Island and
McDonald Islands
Honduras
Croatia
Haiti
MT
MU
MV
MW
MX
MY
MZ
NA
NC
Malaysia
Mozambique
Namibia
New Caledonia
HU
ID
Hungary
Indonesia
NE
NF
Niger
Norfolk
IE
IL
IN
IO
Ireland
Israel
India
British Indian Ocean
NG
NI
NL
AW
Aruba
AZ
BA
BB
Azerbaijan
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Barbados
BD
BE
BF
Bangladesh
Belgium
Burkina Faso
BG
BH
BI
Bulgaria
Bahrain
Burundi
BJ
BM
BN
BO
BR
Benin
Bermuda
Brunei Darussalam
Bolivia
Brazil
BS
BT
BV
BW
Bahamas
Bhutan
Bouvet Island
Botswana
BY
BZ
CA
Belarus
Belize
Canada
CC
CF
Cocos (Keeling)
Central African
CG
CH
CI
Republic
Congo
Switzerland
C6 te d'lvoire
CK
CL
CM
CN
CO
CR
Cook Islands
Chile
Cameroon
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
IQ
IR
CU
Islands
For details, see page 53.
Territory
IS
Iraq
Iran (Islamic
of)
Iceland
IT
JM
Italy
Jamaica
Cuba
JO
Jordan
CV
CX
Cape Verde
Christmas Island
JP
Japan
CY
Cyprus
CZ
DE
DJ
DK
DM
Czech Republic
Germany
Djibouti
Denmark
Dominica
KE
KG
KH
KI
KM
Kenya
Kyrgyzsta n
Cambodia
Kiribati
Comoros
KN
Saint Kitts and Nevis
KP
DO
DZ
EC
EE
Dominican
Algeria
Ecuador
Estonia
KR
KW
Korea, Democratic
People's Republic of
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
EG
EH
ER
Egypt
Western
Eritrea
KY
KZ
Cayman Islands
Kazakhstan
LA
Lao People's
Democratic Republic
Republic
Sahara
Republic
Republic of
Mariana
TD
TF
TG
TH
TJ
TK
TM
TN
Togo
Thailand
Tajikistan
Tokelau
Turkmenistan
Tunisia
TO
TP
Tonga
East Timor
TR
TT
TV
TW
Turkey
Trinidad
Tuvalu
Taiwa n
Nigeria
Nicaragua
Netherlands
TZ
UA
Tanzania, United
Republic of
Ukraine
NO
Norway
NP
NR
NU
NZ
OM
Nepal
Nauru
Niue
New Zealand
Oman
UG
UM
Uganda
United States Minor
US
Outlying Islands
United States
UY
UZ
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
PA
PE
Panama
Peru
VA
PF
PG
French Polynesia
Papua New Guinea
VC
PH
PK
PL
PM
Philippines
Pakistan
Poland
Saint Pierre and
VE
Vatican City State
(Holy See)
Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines
Venezuela
PN
PR
Miquelon
Pitcairn
Puerto Rico
VG
Vl
VN
VU
WF
Virgin Islands (British)
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Vietnam
Vanuatu
WaiNs and Futuna
PT
PW
Portugal
Palau
WS
YE
Islands
Samoa
Yemen
PY
QA
RE
RO
RU
Paraguay
Qatar
Reunion
Romania
Russian Federation
YT
YU
ZA
ZM
ZR
ZW
Mayotte
Yugoslavia
South Africa
Zambia
Zaire
Zimbabwe
RW
Rwanda
Island
and Tobago
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Appendix B: Glossary
480i/480p
Indicates
format of
lines with
scanning
the number of scan lines and scanning
an image signal. 480i indicates 480 scanning
interlace format, and 480p indicates 480
lines with progressive format.
Aspect ratio
A ratio which defines the shape of the rectangular
picture in a TV. It is the width of the picture relative to
the height. The conventional
TV picture is 4:3 in
aspect ratio.
Bitstream
The digital form of multichannel
audio data (e.g., 5.1channel) before it is decoded into its various channels.
Channel, CH
Stereo or multichannel
audio consists of "channel"
signals. "Stereo" audio consists of left and right
channels, while 5.1-channel Dolby Digital consists of
six channels (front left, front right, rear left, rear right,
center and LFE (Low-Frequency
Effect channel for subwoofer, etc.).
Chapter
The smallest division on DVD VIDEO. It is a division of
a title and similar to a track for Audio CD or Video CD.
Component video
Video signals with three channels of separate
information
that makes up the picture. There are
some types of component video, such as R/G/B and Y/
CB(PB)/CR(PR).
Composite video
A single video signal commonly used in most
consumer video products that contains all luminance,
color, and synchronization
information.
DTS
A Digital Surround audio encoding format configured
with six (5.1) channels, similar to Dolby Digital. It
requires a decoder, either in the player or in an
external receiver. DTS stands for Digital Theater
Systems.
Not all DTS discs contain six (5.1) channel
information.
Dynamic range
The difference between the loudest and softest
sounds.
Dynamic range compression
The dynamic range compression (DRC) reduces the
dynamic range so that you can turn down the volume
to avoid disturbing others yet still hear the detail of
quiet passages.
Extension
Several letters at the end of a filename.
Filename
extensions usually follow a period and indicate the
type of information
stored in the file.
Finalize
When conducting multisession recording, this means
the closing of a session (fixing) by indicating the
halting of writing so as to prevent the addition of any
more sessions.
Fs
See "Sampling
frequency".
ID3 tag
The tag embedded in an MP3 file indicating what
song, artists, and album it comes from. You can edit
these tags.
Interlace scan
Dolby Digital (AC3)
A six-channel system consisting of left, center, right,
left rear, right rear and LFE (Low-Frequency
Effect
channel for sub-woofer, etc.) channels. All processing
is done in the digital domain.
Not all Dolby Digital discs contain six (5.1) channel
information.
In the conventional
video system, a picture is shown
on the display monitor in two halves. The Interlace
scan system places lines of the second half of the
picture in-between lines of the first half of the picture.
ISO 9660 Format
The most common
logical format
Dolby Surround/Dolby Prologic
Dolby Surround is a five-channel system consisting of
left, center, right and left rear, right rear channels. All
processing is done in the digital domain.
Dolby Prologic is a four-channel system consisting of
left, center, right and rear channel (the single rear
channel is usually played through two speakers).
Downmix
Internal stereo mix of multichannel
surround audio by
a DVD player. The downmix signals are output from
stereo output connectors.
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international
standard for the
for files and directories
on a CD-ROM.
JPEG
A popular file format for still image compression.
JPEG stands for Joint Photographic
Experts Group.
There are three sub-types of the JPEG format as
follows.
• baseline
JPEG:
used for digital cameras, web,
etc.
• progressive JPEG: used for web
• Iossless JPEG:
an old type and rarely used
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Additional
Letter box
A type of picture playback with the normal (4:3) TV
screen. Black bars are shown at the top and bottom of
the image to allow playing of wide-screen (16:9) DVD
movie without cutting off any sides of the image on a
4:3 TV.
Linear PCM audio
Stands for "pulse code modulation".
Linear PCM is the
usual digital method without compression,
used for
audio playback of DVD Video discs, Audio CD discs,
etc.
Menu
Most DVD VIDEO or Video CD/SVCD discs provide
menu, through which users can select a desired
playback material, condition, etc.
a
MP3
MP3 is an audio data reduction format, which stands
for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3. Using MP3, you can
achieve a data reduction of about 1:10.
MPEG
A family of Standards for compressing
audio-visual
information.
"MPEG" standards include MPEG-1,
MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Video CD and MP3 are based on
MPEG-1, while DVD is based on MPEG-2. MPEG
stands for Moving Picture coding Experts Group.
Progressive scan
Progressive scan displays all the horizontal lines of a
picture at one time, as a single frame. A progressivescan DVD player converts the interlaced (480i) video
from DVD into progressive (480p) format for
connection to a progressive display. It dramatically
increases the vertical resolution.
Region code
Code identifying
for a DVD.
a geographic
region of compatibility
Sampling frequency
The rate at which measurements
of an audio signal
are taken during A/D and D/A conversion. The
measure is samples per second.
Surround
An audio system with more than two (left and right)
channels, usually including rear channels, etc.
S-video
A video signal which improves picture quality over
standard composite connections. Used on Super VHS,
DVD, high end TV monitors, etc.
Title
The largest division
Track
The smallest
SVCD discs.
Multisession
A method of adding data to a CD-R/CD-RW in more
than one recording session using the Track-At-Once
method.
information
division
on DVD VIDEO.
on Audio CD, Video CD and
Transfer rate
The rate of transferring digital data. Usually the
measure is in baud per second. The DVD system
applies variable transfer rate system for high
efficiency.
NTSC (National television system committee)
A black & white and color television system format
used in U.S.A., Canada, Mexico and Japan.
Packet Writing
A method of writing data on a CD-R/CD-RW in small
increments. Packets can be of fixed or variable length.
PAL (Phase Alternation by Line)
A color television system format
Western Europe.
used extensively
in
Pan scan
A type of picture playback with the normal (4:3) TV
screen, which is panned and zoomed across the wider
movie picture, chopping off the left and right sides.
Parental lock
A DVD function that prevents undesired viewing by
children depending on disc contents. You need a
password to play back a locked disc in the normal
condition. Otherwise, undesirable scenes are
automatically
skipped or replaced with other pictures.
PBC
PBC stands for "Playback control" and is a method of
controlling disc play for Video CDs (VCD). You are able
to interact with the disc through menus.
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Appendix C: Index
Numerics
3D PHONIC ...................................................................... 34, 51
480i ............................................................................ 6, 7, 60, 62
480p ....................................................................................
7, 62
A
A-B repeat .................................................................. 28, 36,
Angle ............................................................... 15, 17, 29, 31,
Audio language .............................................. 15, 29, 30, 36,
Auto standby .........................................................................
AV COMPU LINK .................................................. 7, 8, 9, 52,
AV COMPULINK mode .........................................................
37
37
48
52
58
52
Chapter ..................................... 5, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27, 28,
Chapter search ......................................................................
Component video .................................................... 2, 7, 58,
Copyguard system ..................................................................
Copy-protected disc ................................................................
Country code ............................................................. 53, 55,
36
36
62
3
6
63
D
D. range compression ...................................................... 9, 51
Digest ...............................................................................
24, 25
Digital audio output ................................................. 4, 9, 13, 50
Direct selection ..................................................................... 41
Disc resume .......................................................... 15, 16, 17, 52
Dolby ..................................................................................
3, 58
Dolby Digital ..................................... 4, 9, 13, 34, 50, 51, 58, 62
Down mix ....................................................................... 7, 8, 51
DTS ................................................................. 3, 4, 9, 13, 50, 62
DVD menu .............................................................................
22
DVD PLAYER SET UP ............................................................. 13
E
Extension .........................................................................
39, 42
N
NTSC ...............................................................................
4, 7,62
One touch replay function .................................................... 21
On-screen guide .............................................................. 15, 52
On-screen language ....................................................... 13, 48
Opening display ......................................................... 12, 13, 14
P
Packet write ..................................................................... 39, 42
PAL ...........................................................................................
4
Pan scan ................................................................................
49
Parental lock .................................................. 52, 53, 54, 55, 63
Playback control (PBC) ............. 5, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28
Preference ........................ 7, 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 17, 29, 30, 31, 33,
39, 42, 47, 48, 53, 54, 55, 58, 60
Program (playback) ....................................... 24, 25, 26, 28, 37
Progressive mode .................................................... 7, 8, 49, 60
Progressive scan .......................................... 7, 8, 33, 49, 60, 62
R
Random (playback) ....................................................
Region code .................................................................
Repeat (playback) ...................................... 27, 28, 36,
Resume (playback) ............................................... 15,
26, 27, 38
4, 12, 14
37, 41, 46
16, 17, 52
S
F
Finalize .........................................................................
4, 39, 42
G
39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46
I
ID3 tag ....................................................................................
39
Initial setting ..................................................................... 13, 47
Initial setup ............................................................................. 13
Interlace scan ....................................................................... 7, 8
ISO 9660 ..........................................................................
39, 42
J
J PEG .................................................... 4, 39, 42, 43, 46, 48, 50
JPEG CONTROL .................................................. 43, 44, 45, 46
JPEG disc .................................................... 3, 17,42, 43, 44, 47
L
Language code ...................................................................... 48
Linear PCM .................................................................. 4, 50, 60
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37
48
60
50
48
47
50
37
42
O
C
Group ................................................
Menu bar ........ 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36,
Menu language .....................................................................
Monitor type .............................................................. 13, 49,
MP3 ............................................................ 4, 39, 40, 41, 42,
MP3 CONTROL .......................................................... 40, 41,
MP3 disc ................................................................. 3, 17, 39,
MPEG .........................................................................
13, 39,
Multi-angle part .............................................................. 31,
Multiple session .............................................................. 39,
Sampling rate ..........................................................................
4
Scan mode ........................................................... 6, 7, 8, 49, 60
Screen saver .............................................................. 15, 42, 50
Slide show ....................................................................... 44, 45
Slide show mode ............................................................ 44, 46
Slide show playback ....................................................... 44, 45
Slow-motion ............................................................... 15, 18, 21
Status bar .............................. 20, 21, 26, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 37
Strobe (playback) .................................................................. 32
Subtitle language ...................................................... 15, 29, 36
S-video ................................................................ 6, 7, 58, 60, 62
T
Time search ......................................................... 23, 24, 36, 37
Transfer rate .................................................................... 20, 39
Transport status .............................................................. 20, 21
V
VFP (Video fine prosessor) ......................................... 8, 33, 60
M
Z
Macrovision .............................................................................
3
Manufacturer code ................................................................ 11
Menu ........................................ 5, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 36, 37,
47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55
Zoom (playback)
.......................................................
32, 44, 49
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