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VUB 503321
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English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Français . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Deutsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Italiano. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Español. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Nederlands . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Português . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
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Contents
Introduction
PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Getting Started
USING YOUR SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Discs Played
COMPATIBLE DISCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Remote Control
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
REPLACING THE REMOTE CONTROL’S
BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Listening Options
VEHICLE SPEAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
WIRELESS HEADPHONES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
WIRED HEADPHONES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
DUAL-ZONE AUDIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
DVD Settings
DVD SETUP AND CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . .16
DEFAULT DVD PLAYER SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Game System
USING THE INTEGRATED GAME SYSTEM . . . . . . .20
Audio & MP3 Discs
AUDIO DISC PLAYBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
MP3 DISC PLAYBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
NOTES ON CREATING A CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Auxiliary Input
CONNECTING OTHER AUDIO/VIDEO SOURCES TO
THE DVD SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Monitor Settings
DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
DISPLAY MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT BLACK BARS ON THE
SCREEN? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Troubleshooting
RESOLVING PROBLEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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Introduction
English
PRECAUTIONS
Welcome to the DVD Entertainment System
Owner’s Handbook. To get the most enjoyment
from using your DVD system, please make sure
that you and your passengers take time to read
these instructions.
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Use this system only if it has been installed
by a qualified installer.
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If the unit show signs of overheating or
malfunction, turn off the unit and consult a
Land Rover dealer/Authorised repairer
immediately.
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Do not open the unit - there are no
serviceable parts inside.
Your system includes the following
components:
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A widescreen flat panel display.
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An internal DVD/CD/MP3 player.
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An internal video game system with an
infrared game controller.
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Do not press on the display surface; this
can damage it.
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Wireless infrared headphones (2 pairs).
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A remote control.
Clean the LCD panel with a lightly
moistened soft cloth. Do not use solvents
such as benzine, thinner, or commercially
available cleaners.
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If your car was parked in a very cold or very
hot place, the picture may not be clear. The
system is not damaged. The picture will
become clear after the temperature returns
to normal.
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When using portable radios and telephones
near the system, picture or sound
interference may occur.
In order to operate the DVD system, the starter
key must be in position ‘II’.
Note: To prevent excessive drain on the vehicle
battery, it is recommended that the system is
only used when the engine is running.
Note: The system can be operated for up to 15
minutes after the starter key has been turned to
position ‘O’, before turning itself off
automatically. If the vehicle is locked the
system will turn itself off.
Note: The system’s operating voltage range is
11-16 VDC. The system’s operating
temperature is 0° to 60° C (32° to 140° F).
Use of the DVD system beyond the safe
operating ranges listed, can cause temporary or
permanent damage to the unit, and such
damage may not be covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty.
Note: When using optional wired headphones,
use headphones with an integrated volume
control. The DVD system has no volume control
to adjust the audio level to the headphones.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
USING YOUR SYSTEM
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Switching on, lowering the screen
With the engine running or the starter key in
position ‘II’, press the OPEN button (1). The
screen will lower and the system will
automatically switch on.
Adjusting the screen angle
To adjust the viewing position, pull the screen
towards you and slide the adjuster (2) to the left
or right. Release the screen and check the
viewing position. Re-adjust if necessary.
Note: To prevent excessive drain on the vehicle
battery, it is recommended that the system is
only used when the engine is running.
Inserting a disc
With the system on, gently insert a disc (label
side up) into the slot above the control panel.
The system will then draw the disc into the unit.
Note: The system can be operated for up to 15
minutes after the starter key has been turned to
position ‘O’, before turning itself off
automatically. If the vehicle is locked the
system will turn itself off.
Switching off
The system will automatically switch off when
the screen is closed.
It is recommended that the screen is always
closed when the unit is not being used, to
prevent it from being accidentally damaged.
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Getting Started
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1
2
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OPEN
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5
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ENTER
SOURCE
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1. Open
7. Dome light
2. Previous
8. Source select
3. Next
9. Entertainment sound
4. Navigation keys
10. Play/Pause
5. Audio output
11. Stop/Eject
6. Mute
Note: While a disc is playing, the Stop/Eject button acts as a Stop button. To eject a disc while it is
playing, press the Stop/Eject button twice in quick succession. The Eject button on the remote will
always eject the disc immediately.
Watching a DVD
Listening over the vehicle speakers
1. Press SOURCE, if required, until
“INTERNAL DVD” is displayed.
1. Press the Audio output button until
“SPEAKERS ENABLED” is displayed on the
screen.
2. Press EJECT twice in quick sucession to
remove any loaded disc.
2. Briefly press the AUX (Auxiliary Input)
button on the Audio system.
3. Insert a DVD into the slot, label side up.
For further details, see Listening Options, 14.
4. For most DVDs, playback begins
automatically. If not, press PLAY or ENTER
as instructed on screen (this varies
according to the DVD).
Using the Dome Lights
The system has 2 built in dome lights for
interior illumination. These lights can be turned
on and off by either the DOME LIGHT button on
the front panel or the button on the remote
control.
Note: The starter key must be in position ‘II’
and the screen lowered to operate the system.
Watching another video source
For details on connecting and watching another
video source, see Auxiliary Input, 23.
Note: To prevent excessive drain on the vehicle
battery, the dome lights turn off automatically
after 5 minutes.
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Discs Played
Discs Played
COMPATIBLE DISCS
DVD regions
The DVD system will have been configured for
the Region the vehicle was originally sold in. If
the Region number described on the DVD disc
does not correspond to the Region number of
this player, it will not be able to play the DVD
disc.
The DVD system is capable of playing DVD,
Video CD (VCD), CD/CD-R, and MP3 discs. The
identifying logo and description of each disc
type is given below.
DVD
VIDEO
Some DVD discs are manufactured to operate
in “all” zones. These discs are compatible with
the system.
12 cm disc/8 cm disc
(single-sided disc only).
DVD operation that varies from disc to disc
There are several different ways that a disc can
operate when played. For instance, some discs
begin playing immediately, while other discs
display a menu and require a menu selection to
be made.
Video CD
12 cm disc/8 cm disc.
CD/CD-R, MP3
The DVD standard also allows the maker of a
DVD disc to disable certain functions at certain
times, such as Fast-forward and Stop (this is
why you can’t skip past the copyright warning
screen). If some feature cannot be used, it is
most likely that the disc is preventing the
system from executing the operation.
12 cm disc/8 cm disc.
Incompatible Discs:
The following disc types are incompatible:
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DVD-ROM.
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DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD-RAM.
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Photo CD.
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CD-ROM.
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CD-Audio manufactured with certain copy
protection methods.
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Any DVD with a Region number different to
the Region number the vehicle was
originally sold in.
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Any disc that does not meet DVD
Consortium standards.
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Remote Control
Remote Control
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
Open
Pressing this button will open the DVD
system display (when in the closed
position). There is also an OPEN button
on the front panel.
Note: The DVD system automatically turns on
and off as the screen is opened and closed.
NEXT
DISC
RES
SOURCE
SOURCE
MENU
CH
ENTER
CH
INFO
EJECT
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SUB
TITLE
DISC
MENU
DISC
ZOOM
OUTPUT
B
DISPLAY
MODE
Eject
Press to eject a DVD or CD. After a disc
is ejected, “OPEN” is displayed on the
screen.
Source
Press to choose between the DVD/CD
drive, the internal game, or the auxiliary
input.
Note: The SOURCE button on the control panel
performs the same function.
Play
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Press to begin or resume playback of a
DVD.
You can use either the remote control or the
front-panel controls to operate the system. The
remote control offers greater functionality than
the front-panel controls. Always aim the remote
control at the control panel on the DVD system
(the infrared sensor is located there).
Note: DVD playback varies from disc to disc.
When the disc is first inserted, you may have to
press PLAY or ENTER to begin playback.
Stop
There will be no response from the unit if you
try to perform a DVD action that is not
permitted (such as accessing the disc menu
while the disc is loading).
Press once to temporarily stop playback
of a DVD. To resume normal playback
from the same point, press PLAY. Press
STOP twice and then press PLAY to begin
playback from the beginning of the disc.
Note: Once STOP has been pressed twice, the
system cannot return to the point the disc was
stopped and resume playback - it can only
begin playing from the beginning of the disc.
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Remote Control
Pause/Frame step
Press once to pause playback, or press
repeatedly to advance video frame by
frame. To resume normal playback,
press PLAY.
Entertainment Sound
This button turns sound processing on
and off. Press this button once to view
the “EQUALIZER” mode. A second press
displays the “SURROUND” mode. In either
mode, press the LEFT or RIGHT arrow buttons
to change the selected setting.
Previous Chapter/Track
Press to jump to the previous title or
chapter, if available on a DVD, or to the
previous track on an audio CD.
Equalizer modes: Standard, Classic, Rock, Jazz
or Pop.
Surround modes: Off, Concert, Church,
Passive, Wide or Live.
Note: This feature is not supported with some
VCDs.
The screen will automatically exit the menu
after 5 seconds of inactivity.
Next Chapter/Track
Press to jump to the next title or chapter,
if available on a DVD, or to the next track
on an audio CD.
Mute
Press once to mute the audio. As long as
the Mute function is active, “MUTE” will
appear on the screen. Press again to
turn Mute off.
Note: This feature is not supported with some
VCDs.
Reverse
Press to search in reverse. To resume
normal playback, press PLAY.
Note: The Mute button on the control panel
performs the same function.
Source menu
Use to personalize operation of your
DVD player (see DVD SETUP AND
CONFIGURATION, 16).
Forward/Search
Press during playback to fast forward.
Press the RIGHT and LEFT arrow
buttons to adjust search direction and
speed. Options include 2x, 4x, 6x and 8x.
Disc menu
Press to see the main menu for the DVD
being played. To resume normal
playback, press PLAY.
Press PLAY to resume regular play.
Audio output
Press this button to select whether
audio output can be heard over the
vehicle speakers or through the
headphones only (see Listening Options, 14).
Next Disc
Not used.
NEXT
DISC
Up arrow
Press to move up in a menu.
Note: The button on the control panel performs
the same function.
Down arrow
Press to move down in a menu.
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Remote Control
Left arrow
Press to move left in a menu.
For more information about display modes and
image shapes, see WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT
BLACK BARS ON THE SCREEN?, 24.
Right arrow
Press to move right in a menu.
Disc zoom
View the same scene at different
magnifications.
Enter
1. Press the DISC ZOOM button during
playback, to select among the following
options: x2, x3, x4, x1/2, x1/3, x1/4 and
Off.
Press to make a menu selection.
Info
2. Press the arrow buttons to shift the
magnified section of the screen.
Press to view the status, current title
number, track number and the elapsed
playing time of the disc on the monitor.
3. To resume normal playback, press DISC
ZOOM until “ZOOM OFF” is displayed.
Press button again to view the currently
selected language and audio options.
Subtitle
Press repeatedly to cycle through the
language options available on the DVD
being played.
Day/Night
This button decreases the brightness of
the display, optimising the picture
brightness for low-light conditions, and
making night time viewing more comfortable.
Set the Brightness level for daylight viewing
(see DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS, 24) and then
use this button to select Night mode when
viewing at night.
Display mode
This button selects the different display
modes.
Dome lamp
Press this button to switch the dome
lamp on or off.
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Output B
Not used.
Note: If the DVD Player is on and there is no
disc loaded, pressing the INFO button will
display the software version of the system.
To view widescreen DVDs, press this
button until “WIDE” is displayed on the
screen.
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To watch full screen DVDs, press until
“STANDARD” is displayed.
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To zoom the picture, select the “ZOOM”
mode.
OUTPUT
B
Note: For best results when zooming in on DVD
images, use the Disc Zoom feature instead of
the “Zoom” Display Mode.
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Remote Control
REPLACING THE REMOTE
CONTROL’S BATTERY
CR
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Typical battery life is approximately six months,
depending on how often the remote is used.
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Depress clip inwards to release the battery tray.
Replace battery with a Panasonic CR2025.
Insert new battery as shown, observing the
correct orientation of the battery as marked on
the tray.
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Listening Options
Listening Options
VEHICLE SPEAKERS
The DVD system has been connected to the
vehicle’s audio system. To listen to the audio
through your vehicle speakers:
1. Press the AUDIO OUTPUT button on the
control panel or remote control.
2. Select ‘AUX’ (Auxiliary Input) on the audio
system.
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“SPEAKERS ENABLED” will appear on the
display. (If “HEADPHONES ONLY”
appears, press the button again.)
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Volume is controlled by using the audio system
volume control. For further information, please
refer to the ‘Audio System’ book for your
vehicle.
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To turn the headphones on and off, push the
Power ON/OFF button on the left ear piece. The
Power LED on the right ear piece indicates
when headphone power is on. Power turns off
automatically after three minutes of no audio.
To turn off audio to the vehicle speakers, press
the AUDIO OUTPUT button. “HEADPHONES
ONLY” appears on the display. Audio from the
system is then heard only over the headphones.
WIRELESS HEADPHONES
The system is supplied with two pairs of
wireless infrared headphones, that receive a
signal from a transmitter concealed in the
frame around the display. Using the
headphones allows rear-seat passengers to
listen to the DVD system, without disturbing the
front-seat passengers.
CHB
CHA
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VO
To listen through the headphones, press the
AUDIO OUTPUT button until “HEADPHONES
ONLY” appears on the display.
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To adjust the headphone volume, rotate the
thumb wheel switch on the headphones.
The right ear piece has a CHA/CHB switch.
When the switch is in the CHA position, the
headphones play audio from the source
selected on the main screen. For more
information, see DUAL-ZONE AUDIO, 15.
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Listening Options
WIRED HEADPHONES
Battery replacement
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There is an output jack located under a
removable cover on the forward edge of the
DVD system, to allow the connection of a pair of
wired headphones.
ER
POW
•ON
OFF
Note: Always use headphones with an
integrated volume control. The DVD system has
no volume control to adjust the audio level to
the headphones.
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The wireless headphones require two AAA
batteries. To replace the batteries, remove the
battery compartment cap on the left earpiece as
shown and insert batteries, ensuring the
correct orientation.
DUAL-ZONE AUDIO
The dual-zone audio feature means that one
user can play the internal game, listening on
channel A, while the other user listens on
channel B to audio CDs or MP3s using the
internal DVD drive.
How to use the dual-zone audio feature
1. Press SOURCE on the remote control and
select “INTERNAL GAME”.
2. Switch the main screen user’s headphones
to ‘CHA’.
3. Load an audio CD into the DVD drive. The
CD will automatically start playing.
4. Switch the audio-only user’s headphones
to ‘CHB’.
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DVD Settings
DVD Settings
DVD SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
Changing the aspect ratio mode
The following explains how to customize
various features of the DVD Player, including
various language, display and audio features.
SYSTEM SETUP
Note: Many of the DVD menu settings do not
apply to this system, since it is specifically
engineered for automotive use. Changing some
of these settings can cause apparent system
failure (see DEFAULT DVD PLAYER SETTINGS,
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TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
4 : 3PS
PASSWORD
4 : 3LB
RATING
16 : 9
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
A DVD must be loaded to access the internal
DVD settings. To change the setting of the DVD
player:
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Under the SYSTEM SETUP tab, select TV TYPE.
The correct setting for the display is 16:9.
Changing this setting to 4:3PS or 4:3LB, will
result in distorted video.
Changing the video output mode
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
SYSTEM SETUP
EXIT SETUP
TV SYSTEM
NTSC
TV TYPE
PAL 60
PASSWORD
PAL
RATING
AUTO
DEFAULT
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1. Press SOURCE MENU on the remote
control.
EXIT SETUP
2. Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons to
select a page; SYSTEM SETUP, LANGUAGE
SETUP, AUDIO SETUP, VIDEO SETUP or
DIGITAL SETUP.
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Under the SYSTEM SETUP tab, select TV
SYSTEM. The default is NTSC. If you want to be
able to play PAL discs on your system, select
PAL.
3. Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to
select the setting to change.
Note: The AUTO setting, will automatically
output NTSC video from NTSC discs and PAL
video from PAL discs. NTSC is the North
American standard. Some discs do not play
properly when AUTO is selected.
4. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons again to
change the value of the setting.
Parental control
The PASSWORD and RATING features are not
supported with this system.
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DVD Settings
Reset default options
LANGUAGE SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
CHINESE
SUBTITLE LANG
JAPAN
MENU LANG
GERMAN
SPANISH
RATING
DEFAULT
OSD LANGUAGE
EXIT SETUP
RESTORE
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
EXIT SETUP
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To change the soundtrack language:
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Under the SYSTEM SETUP tab, select
DEFAULT, then select RESTORE.
Under LANGUAGE SETUP, select AUDIO LANG
and select the required language from the
menu.
Changing language settings
Several language settings can be customized
on the DVD Player. These languages can vary,
depending on the language supported by the
DVD disc.
LANGUAGE SETUP
Note: Not all language settings are supported
by all discs. The languages supported by the
system vary with the individual option setting there is not a global language setting.
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
CHINESE
SUBTITLE LANG
JAPAN
MENU LANG
GERMAN
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
OFF
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LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
To change the subtitle or caption language:
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
CHINESE
SUBTITLE LANG
SPANISH
MENU LANG
FRENCH
Under LANGUAGE SETUP, select SUBTITLE
LANG and select the required language from
the menu.
PORTUGUESE
EXIT SETUP
LATIN
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To change the on-screen display language:
Under LANGUAGE SETUP, select OSD
LANGUAGE and select the required language
from the menu.
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DVD Settings
Video settings
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
CHINESE
SUBTITLE LANG
JAPAN
MENU LANG
GERMAN
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SPANISH
EXIT SETUP
SATURATION
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
EXIT SETUP
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
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To change the disc menu language:
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Under the VIDEO SETUP tab, select either
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, HUE or
SATURATION and adjust the range control
accordingly.
Under LANGUAGE SETUP, select MENU LANG
and select the required language from the
menu.
Audio sample rate
The dynamic range
It is possible to change the dynamic
compression of Dolby Digital encoded
programs.
AUDIO SETUP
DOWN SAMPLE
48K
96K
EXIT SETUP
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
EXIT SETUP
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Under the AUDIO SETUP tab, select DOWN
SAMPLE. Select either 48K or 96K depending
on the sample rate of the program or track.
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
FULL
6/8
4/8
2/8
OFF
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Under the DIGITAL SETUP tab, select
DYNAMIC RANGE. Adjust the range control.
There are 8 steps between full compression and
compression off.
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DVD Settings
DEFAULT DVD PLAYER SETTINGS
VIDEO SETUP
The factory default settings are highlighted in
bold.
BRIGHTNESS:
CONTRAST:
HUE:
SATURATION:
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM:
TV TYPE:
PASSWORD:
RATING:
DEFAULT:
NTSC, PAL 60, PAL, AUTO
4:3PS, 4:3LB, 16:9
---NO ADULT, KID SAFE,
VIEW ALL
RESTORE
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC
RANGE:
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD
LANGUAGE:
AUDIO LANG:
SUBTITLE
LANG:
MENU LANG:
ENGLISH, CHINESE,
SPANISH, FRENCH,
PORTUGUESE, LATIN
ENGLISH, CHINESE,
JAPAN, GERMAN,
SPANISH, FRENCH,
PORTUGUESE
ENGLISH, CHINESE,
JAPAN, GERMAN,
SPANISH, FRENCH,
PORTUGUESE, OFF
ENGLISH, CHINESE,
JAPAN, GERMAN,
SPANISH, FRENCH,
PORTUGUESE
AUDIO SETUP
DOWN
SAMPLE:
0,2,4,6,8,10,12
0,2,4,6,8,10,12
-6,-4,-2,0,2,4,6
0,2,4,6,8,10,12
48K, 96K
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OFF, 2/8, 4/8, 6/8, FULL
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Game System
Game System
USING THE INTEGRATED GAME
SYSTEM
Games
The system has the following games.
There is an integrated video game system built
into the DVD console. Games are played using
the supplied infrared game controller.
RESET
SELEC
T
STAR
T
B
B
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
A
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Note: If the controller does not have a clear
‘line-of-sight’ to the main unit, intermittent
operation could occur.
To play a game
1. Press the START button on the controller
to turn it on. The LED on the controller will
blink to confirm that is turned on.
2. Press SOURCE on the front control panel
or the remote control until “INTERNAL
GAME” appears on the screen, along with
the game start-up menu.
3. Use the SELECT button or the LEFT and
RIGHT arrows on the controller to select
which game you want to play from the list.
The SELECT button will step through the
game list in increments of 5 (e.g. 01, 06,
11, 16, 21,01...).
4. Press START on the controller to select,
then START again to play the game.
To return to the game main menu, press
RESET on the controller.
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Wave Tiger
Star War
Space Arrow
Jump Man
Maze Ball
Xtreme Race
Match
Shark
Pengoo
Bounce Wave
Lucky Ball
Snack Time
Space Flight
Maze Trooper
Mars Attack
Fighter 2006
Catch Copy
Monster Lamp
X Battle
Alien Attack
Jester’s Ball
X-Jump
Space Trek
Magic Ball
Ghost Zero Trap
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Game System
Changing the controller’s batteries
The infrared games controller is powered by
two AAA batteries.
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To replace the batteries, unscrew and remove
the retaining screw and remove the battery
compartment cover. Insert new batteries,
ensuring the correct orientation, and refit the
battery compartment cover and secure with the
retaining screw.
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Audio & MP3 Discs
Audio & MP3 Discs
AUDIO DISC PLAYBACK
MP3 file extensions
When recording a CD with MP3 files to be
played, always add a file extension “.MP3 ” or
“.mp3 ” to the files by using single-byte letters.
When an Audio CD is inserted, “CD” will appear
on the screen. The standard CD commands
(PLAY, NEXT, etc.) will control the unit. To
display track information, press INFO.
Note: If you add a different file extension, or
forget to add the file extension, the file will not
play. In addition, if you use a mix of upper and
lower case letters (capital and small letters) for
file extensions, the file may not play.
Note: Some CDs recorded in CD-R or CD-RW
mode, may not play.
MP3 DISC PLAYBACK
Supported MP3 file formats
TRK 1/3
[ ALBUM 1 – 1 ] TRACK 1 – 1 - MP3
01 - ALBUM 1 – 1
02 - ALBUM 2 – 1
03 - ALBUM 3 – 1
00 :01 :00
01 - TRACK 1 – 1
02 - TRACK 2 – 1
03 - TRACK 3 – 1
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ISO9660, level 1 and level 2 (the most
common type of MP3 format).
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Joliet (a version of ISO9660 that supports
longer file names).
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Romeo (a format used by some
CD-creating software).
NOTES ON CREATING A CD
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When a compact disc with MP3 files is inserted,
the screen above is displayed.
Each folder and file will be shown (the order
may be slightly different than that on your PC).
Navigate the files and folders using the
navigation arrow keys and select a file or folder
to be played by using the ENTER button. To
move to the next file or the previous file, use the
NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons.
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Some CDs recorded onto CD-R or CD-RW
media may not play.
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Files saved without MP3 data (ID3 tags)
will not play.
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When recording Audio CDs or MP3 files,
make sure to check your CD recorder’s
level setting - too high a level will result in
distorted sound.
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Auxiliary Input
Auxiliary Input
CONNECTING OTHER AUDIO/VIDEO
SOURCES TO THE DVD SYSTEM
The DVD system has 3 auxiliary RCA input
jacks, to allow the connection of other
audio/video sources (e.g. video games,
camcorders, etc.).
Note: If you want to watch non-widescreen, 4:3
images, press the DISPLAY MODE button on
the remote control until “STANDARD” is
displayed on the screen. This will correctly size
the image, instead of stretching the image
across the display. In “Standard” mode, you
will see black bars on the sides of the image.
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To access the input jacks, remove the cover on
the front edge of the DVD system. Connect the
corresponding cables from the other
audio/video source, to the correct jacks on the
DVD system.
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Red - Right channel audio input.
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White - Left channel audio input.
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Yellow - Video input.
Press SOURCE on the DVD system to select the
“AUXILIARY INPUT”.
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Monitor Settings
DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS
WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT BLACK BARS
ON THE SCREEN?
Monitor Settings
The display has adjustable video settings. To
change these settings, press the ENTER button
on the overhead console and hold it for two
seconds. A menu with the following options
appears:
COLOR
BRIGHT
TINT
SHARPNESS
CONTRAST
RESET
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Motion picture film and cameras, and later
television screens, were originally designed
around a screen size that was almost square - it
was one-third wider than it was high (therefore
it’s aspect ratio is 4:3. This ratio, 4:3 can also be
expressed as 1.66:1).
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To select a setting to be changed: Press the
DOWN button to move the cursor down the
menu list.
To change the value of a setting: Use the LEFT
and RIGHT arrow buttons to decrease and
increase the value of the setting. The range is
zero to 15, with 8 as the default. Press the
DOWN button to return to the display menu.
When widescreen movies using technologies
like Cinemascope and Panavision became
popular, new aspect ratios were used for them
- 1.78:1, 2.35:1 and even 2.4:1. When
high-definition television was developed, a
screen shape with an aspect ratio of 16:9, or
1.85:1, was selected as the best compromise
for viewing widescreen images.
To exit the menu: Scroll all the way through the
menu by pressing the DOWN button to save the
settings and exit the menu.
DISPLAY MODES
The system has a “widescreen” display, with a
16:9 aspect ratio.
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To view widescreen DVDs, press the
DISPLAY MODE button until “WIDE” is
displayed on the screen.
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To watch full screen DVDs press until
“STANDARD” is displayed.
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To zoom the picture, select the “ZOOM”
mode.
When you watch a widescreen movie on a
standard 4:3 television, there are “black bars”
on the top and bottom of the screen. This is
often called a “letter box” image.
Note: For best results when zooming in on
DVD images, use the Disc Zoom feature,
instead of the ZOOM display mode.
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Monitor Settings
This system uses a widescreen 16:9, or 1.85:1
display. This means that when viewing
widescreen DVD’s, these black bars are either
non-existent, or greatly reduced.
What can I do?
It is recommended that for best results, you use
DVDs that say “anamorphic” or “enhanced for
widescreen televisions” on the box. However,
you can remove the black bars on most DVDs
using the image-sizing features.
Why do the black bars sometimes still
appear?
There are 3 possible reasons for black bars to
appear at the top and bottom of the display:
Make sure that the TV DISPLAY is set to
“WIDE” (see DVD SETUP AND
CONFIGURATION, 16).
1. You are watching a widescreen movie with
an aspect ratio greater than 1.85:1. Check
the disc box to determine the DVDs aspect
ratio.
Use the DISPLAY MODE button to select
“WIDE”.
2. The TV DISPLAY setting has been set for a
4:3 display, instead of a 16:9 wide display.
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To view widescreen DVDs, select “WIDE”.
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To zoom the picture, select “ZOOM”.
Note: For best results when zooming in on DVD
images, use the Disc Zoom feature (described
below) instead of the “Zoom” Display Mode.
3. The DVD you are viewing is not
“anamorphic” or “enhanced for widescreen
televisions”. These films, often older DVD
conversions, are not recommended for
widescreen displays.
Use the Disc Zoom feature to completely fill
the screen.
1. Press the DISC ZOOM button during
playback, to select among the following
options: x2, x3, x4, x1/2, x1/3, x1/4 and
Off.
Note: You can usually determine if your
DVD was produced for optimum
compatibility with widescreen televisions,
by looking for the word “anamorphic” or
the phrase “enhanced for widescreen
televisions” on the box.
2. Press the arrow buttons to shift the
magnified image left and right.
Note: To watch “full screen” DVDs you can use
the DISPLAY MODE button to select
“STANDARD”. This will properly size the image,
instead of stretching the image across the wide
screen. In “STANDARD” mode, you will see
black bars on the sides of the image.
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Troubleshooting
RESOLVING PROBLEMS
Good sound, but picture is blurry
This happens if the system components are
very cold. Allow the interior of the vehicle to
warm-up before using the system. Make sure
that the playing surface of the DVD is clean and
free from scratches.
Troubleshooting
The following are some simple checks to help
resolve the most common problems
experienced when using the system. If these
checks fail to resolve a particular problem,
please contact a Land Rover dealer/Authorised
repairer.
Low or no volume when using optional wired
headphones
Ensure that only wired headphones fitted with a
volume control are used.
No picture or sound
Check Fuse 1 (10 A) in the passenger
compartment fusebox, replace if necessary. If
the problem persists please contact a Land
Rover dealer/Authorised repairer.
No response when pressing the remote
buttons
Check the remote control battery and replace if
necessary.
The system has integrated temperature, low
voltage and high voltage protection circuits. If
either the temperature or voltage go beyond the
limits, the system will shut itself off.
Note: The operating temperature range is 0° to
60° C (32° to 140° F). The operating voltage
range is 11-16VDC. Use of the DVD Player
beyond the operating ranges listed, may cause
temporary or permanent damage to the unit.
The Stop/Eject button does not eject the disc
right away
While a disc is playing, this button acts as a
STOP button. To eject a disc while it is playing,
press the STOP/EJECT button twice in quick
succession. The Eject button on the remote
control will always eject the disc immediately.
Red light visible in dome lamp during start up
If the system has not been used for more than
24 hours, a red light will illuminate to indicate
that the system has been reset. If a disk was
already inserted, it will play from the start rather
than remember the position when last in use.
The previous and next buttons do not work
with a VCD
Some VCDs do not support these functions erratic operation can result.
The dome lights on the console do not work
The dome lights have a 5 minute timer, to
prevent excessive battery drain.
Good picture, but no sound or distorted
“tinny” sound
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Check the MUTE button.
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Check the volume and ensure that AUX is
selected on the audio system.
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Check the headphones; ensure the
headphones have a direct ‘line of sight’ to
the infrared transmitter below the monitor.
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Replace headphone batteries, if necessary.
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If playing a CD you have created yourself,
make sure that the recording level was not
set too high.
I have black bars at the top and bottom of the
screen when playing a widescreen DVD
For information on reducing/removing the
black bars see WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT BLACK
BARS ON THE SCREEN?, 24.
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