LH-T1000A JA5SALS DVD/CD RECEIVER OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL: LH-T1000 (Main Unit: LH-T1000A, Speakers: LHS-T1000T, LHS-T1000C LHS-T1000W) CD-R/RW Before up, operating or repairing this read this instruction booklet carefully and connecting please completely. P/N: 3834RH0025W product, Precautions Safety CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This lightning flash equilateral triangle with arrowhead symbol is intended to alert the within user an to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute risk of electric a shock to persons. The exclamation mark within is intended to alert the user an equilateral triangle to the presence of and maintenance important operating instructions in the instructions (servicing) accompanying the product. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. WARNING: Do not install this such as a book case or equipment in confined space a OTES ON COPYRIGHTS: similar unit. It is forbidden via cable, CAUTION: This DVD/CD receiver To ensure proper use employs of this a Laser System. product, please read this owner 's manual unit tion carefully and retain it for future reference. Should the require maintenance, contact an authorized service loca(see service procedure). Performing controls, adjustments, or carrying out procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure. Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. CAUTION: The (dripping as vases, apparatus should splashing) and no should be placed on or not be exposed to water objects filled with liquids, such the apparatus. law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast in public, or rent copyrighted material without by play permission. This product features the copy protection function developed by Macrovision. Copy protection signals are recorded on some discs. When recording and playing the pictures of these discs on a VCR, picture noise will appear. 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. SERIAL NUMBER: The serial number is located on the back of this unit. This number is to others. You should retain this Model No. Serial No. guide as a unique to this unit and not available record requested information here and permanent record of your purchase. ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic", "MLP Lossless", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 5,956,674, 5,974,380, 5,978,762 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2000 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 Table of Contents DVDAudioDiscs...........................23 Introduction Precautions.............................5 MovingtoanotherGROUP..............23 ViewinganotherPAGE.................23 Audio CD and MP3/WMA Disc Operation 24-25 24 Playing an Audio CD and MP3/WMA Disc .24 NotesonMP3/WMARecordings. NotesonDiscs..........................5 Pause.............................25 AboutSymbols..........................5 Front Panel Buttons and Display Window 6 MovingtoanotherTrack...............25 RepeatTrack/All/Off...................25 SafetyPrecautions.........................2 TableofContents..........................3 BeforeUse..............................4-5 PlayableDiscs...........................4 . . . . . . . RemoteControlButtons.....................7 RearPanel................................8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Search.............................25 RepeatA-B.........................25 3DSurround........................25 .25 ChangingtheAudioChannel. JPEGDiscOperation......................26 ViewingaJPEGdisc.....................26 MovingtoanotherFile.................26 . Preparation Connections............................9-13 ConnectingtoaTV.......................9 .10 ConnectingtoOptionalEquipment. . . . . . . . . . AerialConnections.......................11 SpeakerSystemConnection...............12 SpeakerPositioning......................13 BeforeOperation.......................14-19 Mini Glossary for Audio Stream & Surround Mode.................................14 SoundMode...........................14 GeneralExplanation......................15 On-ScreenDisplay....................15-16 InitialSettings........................17-19 17 Initial Settings General Operation. Language..........................17 . . . . . . . . Picture.............................17 SpeakerSetup.......................18 Others.............................18 ParentalControl......................19 . . . . . . . . . StillPicture.........................26 Toflipthepicture.....................26 Torotatepicture......................26 .26 NotesonJPEGRecordings. ProgrammedPlayback.....................27 Programmed Playback with Audio CD . . . . . . . . . . . andMP3/WMADisc......................27 .27 ProgrammedPlaybackwithVideoCD. SpeakerSetup............................28 . . . . . . AdditionalInformation...................28-29 LastConditionMemory...................28 SystemSelect..........................28 VideoMODESetting.....................28 UsingtheKaraokeFunction................29 RadioOperation..........................30 Presettingtheradiostations................30 Listeningtotheradio.....................30 OtherFunction...........................31 Operation SleepTimerSetting......................31 .20-23 DVDandVideoCDOperation PlayingaDVDandVideoCD...............20 . . . . . . . . . . . . GeneralFeatures........................20 MovingtoanotherTITLE/GROUP. Moving to another CHAPTER/TRACK . . . . . . . . . . .20 . 20 Search.............................20 Pause.............................20 Still Picture and Dimmer...............................31 Frame-by-Frame Playback . 21 SlowMotion.........................21 RepeatA-B.........................21 Repeat............................21 TimeSearch........................21 3DSurround........................22 Zoom..............................22 MarkerSearch.......................22 SpecialDVDFeatures....................22 Mute.................................31 UsingHeadphoneJack...................31 Selectinginputsource....................31 Reference LanguageCodeList.......................32 CountryCodeList.........................33 Troubleshooting........................34-35 Specification About the for instructions Indicates hazards itself or other likely to cause material damage. Indicates special operating Indicates tips TitleMenu..........................22 DiscMenu..........................22 symbols and hints for harm to the unit features of this unit. making the task easier. CameraAngle.......................22 .22 ChangingtheAudioLanguage. .22 ChangingtheAudioChannel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Subtitles...........................22 3 INTRODUC Before Use Playable Disc-related terms Discs Title (DVD DVD video discs The main film content (8cm/12cmdisc) or you to locate it (8cm/12cmdisc) Video CD (VCD) (8cm/12cmdisc) Audio CD (8cm/12cmdisc) In addition, this unit can play a DVD-RW, DVD+RW, Kodak PICTURE, SVCD, CD and CD-R or CD-RW that contains audio titles, MP3, WMA or JPEG files. the CD-R/RW ment or itself, some cannot be -- -- the conditions of the CD-R/RW played on recording equip(or DVD-RW, DVD+RW) disc (or DVD-RW, DVD+RW) discs the unit. Do not attach any seal or label to either side labeled side or the recorded side) of a disc. Do not irregularly shaped octagonal). It may result in or use CDs enabling easily. audio discs Group (DVD The main audio content otes on feature content Chapter (DVD video discs only) Sections of a picture or a musical piece that are smaller than titles. A title is composed of one or several chapters. Each chapter is assigned a chapter number, enabling you to locate the chapter you want. Depending on the disc, chapters may not be recorded. only) or accompanying feature additional feature content, or music album. Each group is assigned a group reference number content Depending only) or accompanying additional feature content, or music album. Each title is assigned a title reference number DVD audio discs -- video discs or enabling Track you to locate it (DVD audio easily. discs, Video CD and audio CD only) (the Sections of malfunctions. picture musical or a audio CD. Each track is or an (e.g., heart-shaped a enabling piece assigned on a a video CD track number, you to locate the track you want. Scene otes on On DVDs and Video CDs Some playback operations of DVDs and Video CDs may be intentionally fixed by software manufacturers. As this unit plays DVDs and Video CDs according to disc content designed by the software manufacturer, some playback features of the unit may not be available other functions may be added. Make sure to also refer to the instructions or supplied with the DVDs and Video CDs. Some DVDs made for business purposes may not be able to be played on the unit. video CD with PBC (Playback control) functions, moving pictures and still pictures are divided into sections called "Scenes". Each scene is displayed in the menu screen and assigned a scene number, enabling a you to locate the scene you want. A scene is composed of one or several tracks. of video CDs Types There are PBC code of the DVD/CD receiver and DVDs This DVD/CD receiver is designed and manufactured for playback of region "5" encoded DVD software. The region code on the labels of some DVDs 5 indicates which type of player can play those discs. This unit can only play DVDs labeled "5" or "ALL". If you try to play any other discs, the message "Check Regional Code" will appear on the TV screen. Some DVDs that have no region code label may still be subject to area restrictions and therefore not playable. 4 types of video CDs: Video CDs equipped with PBC (Version 2.0) (Playback control) functions allow you to interact with the Regional two functions, or other typical computer-like operations. Moreover, still pictures of high system via resolution menus, search can be played if they are included in the disc. Video CDs not equipped with PBC (Version 1.1) Operated in the same way as audio CDs, these discs allow playback of video pictures as well as sound, but they are not equipped with PBC. Before Use (Continued) Precautions Storing After the unit Handling When shipping the unit The original shipping carton and packing materials may come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it was originally packed at the factory. When setting up the unit The picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR, or radio may be disturbed during playback. In this case, position the unit away from the TV, VCR, unit after removing the disc. To use volatile such liquids, as the unit. Do not leave rubber near radio, or turn off the contact with the unit for leave marks Cleaning a use a store the disc in its case. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct sunthere may be a considerable increase inside the car. light, Cleaning discs Fingerprints or and dust the disc on reduce sound with temperature as a clean quality. cloth. Wipe Before distort the can playing, picture clean the disc the disc from the centre out- wards. on a insecticide spray, plastic products in long period of time. They will or NO the unit Do not soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces soft cloth or use thinner, are moistened with lightly solution. Do not benzene, YES the surface. To clean the cabinet Use playing, the exterior surfaces clean keep Do not or discs a extremely dirty, mild detergent strong solvents such as these as might damage alcohol, the surface strong solvents such as alcohol, benzene, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static use spray intended for About vinyl records. Symbols of the unit. About the To obtain clear a picture The DVD/CD receiver is a high-tech, precision device. If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty or worn, the picture quality will be poor. Regular inspection and maintenance are recommended after every 1,000 hours of use. (This depends on the operating environment.) For details, please contact your nearest dealer. " " may appear on the TV This icon means the function manual is not available About the disc Disc on Discs Handling DVD-A DVD Audio discs get on or tape on the disc. for instructions of the following symbol is represented by the symbol. Video CDs with the PBC (playback control) function. will not VCD1.1 Video CDs without the PBC (playback control) function. the surface. Do not stick paper screen one to the disc DVD Video discs Do not touch the Hold the disc during operation. explained in this owner's that specific DVD video disc. symbols DVD-V VCD2.0 playback side of the disc. by the edges so that fingerprints on A section whose title has applicable only Notes symbol display CD Audio CDs. MP3 MP3 disc. WMA WMA disc. JPEG JPEG disc. 5 INTRODUC Front Panel Buttons and DISC Display Window DISPLAY Window Tray Microphone FUNCTION Jack VOLUME controller Microphone PHONES Vo lume Control connector OPEN/CLOSE Remote sensor OPEN/CLOSE MIC R MIC VOL STANDBY/ON MIN P/STEP MONO/ST. PLAY STOP/MEM. - TUNING FUNCTION + MAX DOWN TUNING red when the receiver is in Standby mode STOP/MEMORY (off). PAUSE/STEP/MONO/STEREO STANDBY/ON Indicates current PLAY TUNED indicator Repeat playback mode indicators surround mode (-/+)/ SKIP/SCAN STANDBY indicator Lights UP STEREO Programmed playback active Indicates current audio stream MUTE indicator indicator SLEEP Indicates current indicator player function: Playback, Pause, etc. DIGITAL PL II REPEAT dts PCM ALL AB SVCD TITLE CHP/TRK TUNED STEREO PROGRAM MUTE SLEEP DVD CD MP3 VCD Speaker indicators SVCD S-Video CD inserted ANGLE active DVD DVD video or DVD Indicates current audio disc inserted CD Audio CD inserted MP3 MP3 disc inserted VCD Video CD inserted 6 chapter number or track Total Indicates current playing time/Elapsed time/ Frequency/Sleep time/Surround title number mode/Volume etc. indicators Remote Control Buttons OPEN/CLOSE POWER AUX BAND CD/DVD MUTE DIMMER KARAOKE INTRODUC SLEEP NUMBER REPEAT A-B REPEAT SOUND MODE PROGRAM PRO LOGIC II CLEAR AUDIO VOLUME PRESET(+/-) (+/-) SUBTITLE ZOOM RETURN ENTER ARROW For use on a GUI in highlighting menu a selection Use the MENU button to the menu screen DISPLAY screen, TITLE and MENU screen. included STOP MENU PAUSE/STEP display PLAY on DVD SKIP/SCAN video discs. function. Use the TITLE button to on screen ) about two seconds for search TITLE the title / Press and hold button for SETUP display ( ANGLE included DVD video discs. SLOW SCAN (Q / SEARCH R) MARKER Remote Control Remote control Operation Range Point the remote control at the remote sensor and press remote Angle: sensor installation Remove the the buttons. Distance: About 23 ft battery battery cover on the rear of the remote control, and insert two (7 m) from the front of the AAA AAA sensor R03 (size AAA) batteries aligned correctly. with and About 30° in each direction in front of the remote Caution Do not mix old and new batteries. Never mix different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, etc.). 7 Rear Panel POWER CORD SUBWOOFER LINE OUT Connector SPEAKER Connectors VIDEO 1 AUDIO Connectors Input (L/R) VIDEO 2 AUDIO Input (L/R) AUDIO OUT (L/R) Connectors Connectors MONITOR VIDEO OUT Connector COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/ PROGRESSIVE SCAN Connect to SUBWOOFER AUDIO MON TOR VIDEO OUT LINE OUT a (Y TV with Y Pb Pr COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PROGRESSIVE SCAN) YP b Pr DIGITAL VID 88 48 8 8 OUT COAXIAL VIDEO OUT DIGITAL IN E O SPEAKERS COAXIAL DIGITAL IN Connector S-VIDEO OUT Connector VIDEO 1 (Input) VIDEO 2 Connector (Input) Connector VIDEO OUT Connector OPTICAL IN Connector OPTICAL OUT Connector AM Antenna Connectors FM Antenna Connector Do not touch the inner panel. Electrostatic damage to the unit. 8 pins of the jacks on the rear discharge may cause permanent Pb Pr) inputs. Connections Connecting Make the to a TV of the following connections, depending capabilities of your existing equipment. one ips Depending on Progressive described below. 1 Caution -- Make sure the DVD/CD receiver is connected to the TV. Select the correct AV -- directly your TV. Do not connect your DVD/CD receiver to TV via your VCR. The DVD image could be distorted by the copy input on pro) connection high-definition or "digital ready" television, you may take advantage of the DVD/CD receiver's progressive scan output for the highest video resolution possible. If your TV does not accept the Progressive Scan format, the picture will appear scrambled if you try Progressive Scan on the DVD/CD receiver. your TV and other equipment you wish to connect, there are various ways you could connect the DVD/CD receiver. Use one of the connections best connections. (ColorStream If your television is on Please refer to the manuals of your TV, VCR, Stereo System or other devices as necessary to make the Scan 2 a Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/ PROGRESSIVE SCAN jacks on the DVD/CD receiver to the corresponding in jacks on the TV using an optional Y Pb Pr cable (C). Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT the DVD/CD receiver to the audio on the TV (A) using the supplied jacks of left/right in jacks audio cables. protection system. ote -- Video connection 1 Connect the MONITOR OUT jack Receiver to the video in on video cable 2 jack supplied (V). Connect the Left and the TV Right AUDIO the DVD/CD Receiver to the audio on the TV (A) using the DVD on using Set the Progressive to "On" on the setup progressive signal, see page 17. menu for the OUT jacks of left/right in jacks the audio cables. S-Video connection 1 Connect the S-VIDEO OUT receiver to the S-Video in S-Video cable 2 the DVD/CD receiver the TV Component 1 (A) using Video Right AUDIO OUT jacks of to the audio left/right in jacks the audio cables. (Color Stream ) connection Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/ PROGRESSIVE SCAN on receiver to the in using 2 (S). Connect the Left and on jack on the DVD/CD jack on the TV using the an Y Pb jacks corresponding Pr cable (C). Connect the Left and the DVD/CD receiver on the TV (A) using the DVD/CD jacks on the TV Right AUDIO OUT jacks of to the audio left/right in jacks the audio cables. 9 PREATION Connections Connecting Connect 1 Connect 2 Connect 3 Connect 4 Connect 5 to (Continued) Optional Equipment a VCR to the VIDEO 1 connectors. a additional VCR to the VIDEO 2 connectors. an optical output an optical input an coaxial of DVD of DVD Player (or Digital Player (or Digital Device Device to the OPTICAL IN connector. etc) etc) to the OPTICAL OUT connector. output of DVD Player (or Digital Device etc) to the COAXIAL DIGITAL IN connector. VCR Additional VCR To VIDEO OUT OUT IN OUT IN To VIDEO OUT To VIDEO VIDEO INPUT AUDIO (L) AUDIO (R) To AUDIO To AUDIO To AUDIO/ OUT INPUT OUT To AUDIO To AUDIO IN OUT (VIDEO1) SUBWOOFER AUDIO MONITOR LINE OUT VIDEO OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PROGRESSIVE SCAN) YP b Pr DIGITAL V 88 48 8 8 SPEAKERS OUT COAXIAL DIGITAL IN OPTICAL OPTICAL OUT IN VIDEO OUT D E O ote If the audio format of the produce 10 a digital output strong, distorted sound does not match the or no sound at all. capabilities of your DVD/CD receiver, the receiver will Connections Aerial Connections Connect the Connect supplied FM/AM aerial for listening to the radio. the AM loop aerial to the AM aerial connector. Connect he FM wire aerial to the FM aerial connector. AM Loop aerial FM Wire aerial SUBWOOFER PREATION (supplied) AUDIO MONITOR LINE OUT VIDEO OUT (supplied) COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PROGRESSIVE SCAN) YP bP r DIGITAL VID 88 48 8 8 COAXIAL OUT VIDEO OUT DIGITAL IN E O SPEAKERS otes To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop aerial away from the DVD/CD receiver and other components. Be sure After fully extend the FM wire aerial. connecting the FM wire aerial, keep it to as horizontal as possible. 11 Connections (Continued) Speaker System Connection Connect the the speakers using To obtain the best possible supplied speaker surround sound, cords. adjust the speaker parameters (volume, distance, etc.). Front speaker (Left) Front speaker (Right) Center speaker SUBWOOFER AUDIO MONITOR LINE OUT 88 VIDEO OUT OUT COAXIAL 48 8 8 DIGITAL IN SPEAKERS Rear speaker (Right surround) Rear speaker (Left surround) If you feel lack of bass Subwoofer frequency: Connect active subwoofer to an the WOOFER OUT connector using a monaural (not supplied). audio cord When you connect an active subwoofer, disconnect the woofer from the SUBWOOFER speaker (Positioned at the connector. bottom) otes Be sure to match the speaker cable to the appropriate terminal the on components: + to + and -- to --. If the cables are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack base. If you use front speakers with low maximum input rating, Do not remove the front cover of supplied speaker. Before 12 connecting the AC power cord (mains lead) adjust of this the volume system to a wall carefully outlet, to avoid excessive connect the speakers output to the on the system. speakers. Connections (Continued) Speaker Positioning In the of normal case position use the 6 speakers (2 front centre speakers, speaker, 2 rear and sub- speakers woofer). If you want to subwoofer. ? ? the excellent bass sound, DTS digital surround or Dolby Digital surround, you should connect a Front speakers According to your listening position speakers to 45 degree. set up the for speakers equal distance. And by hearing position set up the interval between Centre The ? play speaker centre speakers and front speakers are ideally the same height. But normally place it above or below the television. Rear speakers Place left and right behind the listening area. These speakers recreate sound motion and atmosphere required for surround sound playback. For best results, do not install the rear speakers too far behind the listening position and install them at or above the level of the listener's ears. It is also effective to direct the rear speakers towards a wall or ceiling to further disperse the sound. In the rear ? case of speakers a smaller above 60 room - 90 size, if the audience is cm than the listener's near to the rear wall set the rear speakers opposite each other, and set the ears. Subwoofer This can be placed in any front position. Subwoofer Front Speaker (Left) Centre Speaker Front Speaker (Right) Rear Rear Speaker (Right) Speaker (Left) Speaker Placement Example 13 PREATION Before Mini Operation Glossary for Audio Stream & Surround mode Sound Mode You enjoy surround sound simply by selecting one pre-programmed sound fields according to the can of the program you want to listen to. Allows you to enjoy 5.1(or 6) discrete channels of high quality digital audio from DTS program sources such as discs, DVD compact discs, etc.bearing the trademark. DTS Digital Surround delivers up to 6 channels of transparent audio(which A) By pressing SOUND MODE button and identical to the original masters) and results in exceptional clarity throughout a true 360 degree sound field. The term DTS is a trademark of DTS Technology, LLC. Manufactured under license from DTS Technology, LLC. means Each time you press SOUND MODE button, the sound mode is changed in the following order; PRO LOGIC PLII MATRIX TECHNO BYPASS → ROCK CLASSIC → → → → PLII MUSIC POP → SOFT → LIVE → → DANCE → 3D SURROUND → ... ips The Dolby Digital surround format lets you enjoy up to 5.1 channels of digital surround sound from a Dolby Digital promark, you can gram source. If you play DVDs with enjoy even better sound quality, greater spatial accuracy, and improved dynamic range. " PLII MOVIE → ROCK: Reproduces the acoustics of rock music. POP: Reproduces the acoustics of pop music. LIVE: Reproduces the acoustics of a 300-seat live. DANCE: Reproduces the acoustics of dance music. TECHNO: Reproduces the acoustics of techno " music. Use this mode when which carries the playing " " movie or Dolby Digital mark. This mode provides 2 channel CLASSIC: the effect being in a movie theatre or live concert house-an effect with an intensity which can only be obtained through DOLBY PRO LOGIC SURROUND. The effect of the front/back/left/right movement of the sound image, as well as the sense of fixed position in the sound image, is much clearer and more dynam- music. of ic than before. SOFT: Ideal for soft acoustic sounds. B) By pressing Dolby Pro Logic from two-channel sources. output channels This is done using an advanced, high-purity matrix surround decoder that extracts the spatial properties of the original recording without adding any new sounds or → PLII MATRIX II creates five full-bandwidth tonal colorations. MOVIE mode: The Movie mode is for use with stereo television shows and all programs encoded in Dolby Surround. The result is enhanced soundfield directionality that approaches the quality of discrete 5.1-channel sound. PL II button Each time you press PL II button, the sound mode is changed in the following order; PRO LOGIC (II) the acoustics of orchestral Reproduces (This → PLII MOVIE BYPASS → PLII MUSIC → ... function available 2-channel mode only) When DVD is inserted. You change the sound mode of DVD (Dolby Digital, DTS, PRO LOGIC, etc) by pressing the AUDIO button on the remote during playback. Although the DVD contents differ from disc to disc, the following explains the basic operation when this feature is used. can Each time you press AUDIO button, the sound mode of DVD is changed as the following order; MUSIC mode: →→→ The Music mode is for use with any stereo music recordings. MATRIX mode: The Matrix mode is the same as the Music mode except that the directional enhancement logic is turned off. It may be used to enhance mono signals by making them seem "larger." The Matrix mode may also find use in auto systems, where the fluctuations from poor FM stereo reception can otherwise cause disturbing surround signals from a logic decoder. The ultimate "cure" for poor FM stereo reception may be simply to force the audio to mono. For your reference ? The DVD/CD Receiver memorizes the last mode settings ? for each individually. You can identify the encoding format of program software by looking at its packaging. Dolby Digital discs are labeled with the logo. Dolby Surround encoded programs are labeled with the logo. DTS Digital Surround discs are marked with DTS. source - 3D SURROUND This unit - produce a 3D Surround effect, using 3D Surround Sound technology, which simulates multi-channel audio playback from two conventional stereo speakers instead of the five or more speakers normally required to listen to multi-channel can audio from a encoded with home theatre. This feature works with DVD discs Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Digital audio tracks. BYPASS Software with multichannel surround audio according 14 to the way it was recorded. signals is played - otes When you play sound tracks with 96kHz sampling frequency, the output signals will be converted to 48kHz (sampling frequency). Sound Mode is not applicable when headphone is used. Before General This manual Operation (Continued) Temporary Explanation basic instructions for operating the DVD/CD receiver. Some DVDs require specific operation or allow only limited operation during playback. When this occurs, the symbol appears on the TV screen, indicating that the operation is not permitted by gives the DVD/CD receiver is not available or on Repeat TITLE General screen. playback Repeat Group (DVD GROUP Repeat TRACK Some items On-screen 1 2 3 can displayed on the TV changed on the menu. can be AB be OFF Press DISPLAY All Tracks Repeat A-B Repeat Off Action during playback. (non-PBC only) Repeat Resume display operation audio discs Track audio discs the disc. Display status Title Repeat Chapter CHAPT ALL On-Screen Feedback Field Icons play prohibited Video CDs and DVD (non-PBC from this or only) Video CDs only) point not available Notes Some discs may not Press 3/4 to select an The selected item will be Press 1/2 to change The number buttons numbers (e.g., title item. highlighted. the can provide all of the features on the on-screen display example shown below. If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the on-screen display disappears. setting of item. an be also be used for number). press ENTER to execute the For some setting functions, setting. DVD-V Items Function (Press 3/4 to select desired item) Title Number Shows the current title number and total number of 1/3 Chapter Number 1 /12 Time search 0:20:09 Audio 1 ENG language and Digital Audio Output mode Subtitle Angle Sound language D 5.1 CH ABC OFF 1/1 BYPASS titles, and skips to the desired title number. Shows the current chapters, and skips chapter number and total number of to the desired chapter Shows the searches elapsed playing time, and the point directly from the elapsed number. time. Shows the current audio soundtrack encoding method, and changes the setting. channel Shows the current subtitles changes the language, number, and language, and changes the setting. 1/2,or Numbers, ENTER, SKIP Numbers, ENTER 1/2,or AUDIO SUBTITLE angle number and total changes the angle number. Shows the current sound 1/2,or Numbers, ENTER 1/2,or setting. Shows the current angles, and Selection Method mode, and number of 1/2,or ANGLE 1/2,or SOUND MODE 15 PREATION Before Operation (Continued) On-Screen Display (Continued) d DVD-A Items Group Function (Press 3/4 to select desired item) Number 2/6 Track Number 1 /12 Time search 0:10:15 DVD Audio Output 1PPCM mode Shows the current group number and total number of groups, and skips to the desired group number. 1/2,or Numbers, ENTER Shows the current track number and total number 1/2,or Numbers, ENTER of tracks, and Shows the skips to the desired track number. elapsed playing time.(Display only) _ Shows the current number, and encoding method, changes the setting. and channel language Page (or Angle) ABC OFF 1 /12 Shows the current subtitles changes the language, 1/2,or AUDIO 5CH Subtitle Selection Method and setting. 1/2,or SUBTITLE Shows the current page of pages (or angle), and (or angle) number and total number changes the page (or angle) number. 1/2,or ANGLE or 1/1 VCD2.0 VCD1.1 Items Function (Press 3/4 to select desired item) Track Number Shows the current track 1/4 Time 0:20:09 Audio Channel 16 Shows the mode, BYPASS changes and elapsed playing Shows the audio STER. Sound and PBC On number, total number of tracks skips to the desired track number. channel, (Display only) and the setting. 1/2,or Numbers, ENTER -- 1/2,or the audio channel. Shows the current sound changes time Selection Method AUDIO mode, and 1/2,or SOUND MODE Before Initial You Operation (Continued) Settings set your can Picture Personal Preferences own on the player. TV Aspect Initial General Settings Operation setup appears. Scan is Disc Subtitle English 16:9 Wide: Select when Disc Menu French Rating German Disc Audio 4:3 Letterbox Spanish Disc Subtitle 4:3 Panscan Italian Disc Menu 16:9 Wide Chinese Rating Polish Country Hungarian TV Other------------ Menu Code Aspect Language Scan Speaker Setup Press 3/4 to select the desired item. as well as setting for the alternate setting(s). selected, press 2, then 3/4 to select the desired setting. 3 4 require SETUP, RETURN, 5 setup Press ENTER to confirm your selection. Some items additional steps. Press or PLAY to exit the menu. Language Language DVD-V language Progressive DVD-A for the disc's Menu, Audio, and Language Scan Speaker Setup Scan The Off Disc Subtitle On TV Code Aspect Menu Language Progressive 5.1 Scan Speaker Setup Others Disc Audio Original Disc Subtitle English Disc Menu French Rating German Code Country Language Progressive Caution Spanish Once the Italian Aspect Scan Chinese Polish Hungarian Speaker Setup Other------------ Others Menu Language Select a language DVD-A Disc Audio Country Menu DVD-V Rating code, press CLEAR. see Aspect Disc Menu original language set for the disc is selected. Other : To select another language, press number buttons to enter the corresponding 4-digit number according to the language code list on page 32. If you enter the wrong language you 16:9 wide TV is connected. Progressive Scan Video provides the highest quality pictures with less flickering. If you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks, but are connecting the DVD Player to a standard (analog) television, set Progressive Scan to Off. If you are using the Component Video jacks for connection to a TV or monitor that is compatible with a progressive scan signal, set Progressive Scan to On. Subtitle. 5.1 sides of the Others While the desired item is TV a style (Both will show the current selected item, : bars Code Progressive 5.1 screen con- conventional TV set is back in that played cut off). Others Original masking Original 5.1 a a with Disc Audio Progressive Select images picture. style picture are Menu Disc standard 4:3 TV is connected. The video material formatted in the Pan & menu TV The a theatrical above and below the Press SETUP. The Displays 4:3 Panscan: Select when Country 2 DVD-A 4:3 Letterbox: Select when nected. 1 DVD-V for the setup menu. This is the menu setting for progressive scan output is entered, an image will only be visible on a progressive scan compatible TV or monitor. If you set Progressive Scan to On in error, you must reset the unit. Press STOP to stop any disc that is playing. Next, press STOP again and hold it for five seconds before releasing it. The video output will be restored to the standard setting, and a picture will once again be visible on a conventional analog TV or monitor. when you press SETUP. Disc Audio English Disc Subtitle Spanish Disc Menu French Rating German Country TV Code Italian Aspect Menu Language 17 PREATION LH-T1000A JA5SALS Before Operation (Continued) Speaker Setup 5.1 Auto Speaker settings DVD-V Play DVD-V DVD-A set up the DVD/CD receiver so a DVD disc automatically starts playing whenever the DVD is insert- You DVD-A Select speaker settings, including volume balance and delay time, or test the speaker settings. Speaker settings are only active on the Analog MultiChannel Output. (See "Speaker Setup", page 28.) can ed. mode is set to On, this DVD/CD receiver will search a title that playback time is longest and then If Auto play Play back the title automatically. On: Auto Play function is activated. Off: Auto Play function is not activated. Disc Audio Disc Subtitle R Disc Menu ote Front L Rating Country TV Code Volume Size Aspect Menu R Progressive Small Distance Language Scan The Auto 0dB 1 ft Test Return 5.1 Speaker Setup Others Others The DRC, PBC and Auto Play settings can be changed. Press 3/4 to select the desired item and press ENTER. The setting of the selected item is changed between On and Off. Disc Audio DRC On Disc Menu PBC On Rating Auto Disc Subtitle Country TV Off Code Aspect Menu Language Progressive 5.1 Play Scan Speaker Setup Others Dynamic Range Control (DRC) With the DVD format, you can hear a program's soundtrack in the most accurate and realistic presentation possible, thanks to digital audio technology. However, dynamic range of the you may wish to compress the audio output (the difference between the loudest sounds and the listen to at a of sound. Set quietest ones). Then, you may lower volume without losing clarity a movie DRC to On for this effect. PBC Set Playback Control (PBC) On: Video CDs with PBC are Off: Video CDs with PBC are CDs. 18 to On or Off. played according to the PBC. played the same way as Audio Play function may not work for some DVDs. Before Operation (Continued) Parental Control Country Rating Enter the code of Movies DVD-V DVDs may contain scenes not suitable for children. Therefore, discs may contain Parental Control on information that certain to the applies complete the disc. These scenes on disc or scenes are Code Disc Audio rated are Rating TV Disc Menu 6 Progressive 5 Rating 1 4 Code 3 Aspect Scan 1 Unlock Speaker Setup Select the Scan Speaker Setup Others using Country 2 step 3 4 5 6 selection, Code is 1 2 While 3 When you have not entered a password. Enter a 4-digit password using the number buttons "Rating" on the Setup menu using the 3/4 buttons. "Rating" Shift the is selected, press 2. 3 of "Rating" personal 4-digit security password. then press ENTER. Enter the 4-digit password again and press ENTER to verify. When you have already registered a password; Enter a 4-digit password using the numbered buttons to confirm the personal 4-digit security passto create If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER, press CLEAR and enter 4-digit security password again. 4 rating from 1 to 8 using the 3/4 buttons. One (1) has the least playback restrictions. Eight (8) has the most playback restrictions. Ratings 1 to 8: Some discs contain scenes played. Higher rated scenes unless an alternative scene is available The alternative must have the lower If will not be same on rating 5 button and select the 3/4 buttons. Confirmation of the the code is 4-digit password changed (see "Changing is necessary when the 4-digit code" below.). Changing the 4-digit code 1 Follow 2 Enter the old code, then press ENTER. Select Change using 3/4 buttons then press 3 Steps 1-2 as shown above to the left (Rating). ENTER. 4 Enter the 5 Enter exactly the same fy by pressing ENTER. 6 Press SETUP to exit the new then press ENTER. code a second time and veri- 4-digit code, menu. If you 4-digit your code or a 1 Press SETUP to 2 Use the Number buttons to enter the selection, If you forget the disc. played no Press ENTER to confirm your rating then press SETUP to exit the menu. the 3/4 buttons. your password, to clear the current password, follow the procedure below. suitable alternative is found, playback will stop. You must enter the 4-digit password or change the rating level in order to play the disc. one. using not suitable for children. If you set a rating for the player, all disc scenes with the same rating or lower will be left. ote a Unlock: If you select Unlock, Parental Control is not active. The disc will play in full. cursor on Press ENTER to confirm your country code then press SETUP to exit the menu. a word, then press ENTER. Select using 2 character using second on selected, press 2. Select the first character Select the 3/4 buttons menu. Follow Change Code Country setup While 2 Language Progressive 5.1 Language Others 7 Menu Aspect Menu 8 Disc Subtitle TV Code Country 5.1 Country PREATION LK Disc Menu you to prevent discs from being played by your children or to have certain discs played with alternative scenes. Disc Audio were Code Set Disc Subtitle The Parental Control feature allows country-dependent. whose standards country/area a used to rate the DVD video disc, referring to the list (See "Country Code List", page 33). to from 1 to 8, and alternatively, more suitable scenes available for selection on some discs. Ratings are DVD-V forget display the setup menu. 6-digit number "210499". The 3 4-digit password Enter a new code is cleared. as shown above to the left (Rating). ote This function may not work for some DVDs. 19 with DVD and Video CD Operation Playing a DVD and Video CD Playback Setup Turn on DVD-V General Features VCD2.0 DVD-A the TV and select the video input VCD1.1 ote source con- nected to the DVD/CD receiver. Audio the 1 system: input Turn the audio on system Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc 2 Load your chosen disc in the playback side facing down. 3 Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the READING appears starts available and select connected to the DVD/CD receiver. source automatically. Unless stated otherwise, all operations described the remote control. Some features may also be Moving tray. DVD-V When tray, with the move tray. the TV screen, and playback If playback does not start, or might menu is displayed loading a view, then press ENTER or to title/chapter you start playback. MENU to return to the menu screen. DVD-A Use the 1 2 3 4 buttons to select option option. an want, then press ENTER to view the as title/group, one you can follows: to another CHAPTER/TRACK VCD1.1 DVD-A a 1/3 title disc has more disc has than as you 1 /12 1/6 on a chapter/track one more than track, you one chapter can move or a to another follows: > briefly during playback to select the next chapter/track or to return to the beginning of the current chapter/track. Press . twice briefly to step back to the previous chapter/group/track. To go directly to any chapter during DVD playback, press or DISPLAY. Then, press 3/4 to select the chapter/group/track icon. Then, enter the number VCD2.0 using the numbered buttons chapter/track (0-9). ote Use the number buttons to select the track you want to view. Press RETURN to return to the setting the menu screen. and the exact operating procedures for depending on the disc. may differ Follow the instructions on the each using than Press SKIP/SCAN . Use the 1 234 buttons to select the Menu to another title Moving When may be displayed first after Video CD which offers a menu. Press TITLE more 1/6 appear DVD-V want to disc has DVD-V menu screen DVD 1/3 DVD-A a menu. to another TITLE /GROUP 1 /12 a menu screen Setup Press DISPLAY, then press the appropriate number button (0-9) to select a title/group number. instead. The the on press PLAY. In some cases, the disc If on use menu menu screen. You also may set PBC to Off under 18. setup. See page For two-digit numbers, press (0-9)in rapid succession. Search DVD-V VCD2.0 the numbered buttons VCD1.1 1 Press and hold SKIP/SCAN . or > for about two seconds during playback. The receiver will now go into SEARCH mode. 2 Press and hold SKIP/SCAN . or > repeatedly to select the otes -- If Parental Control is set and the disc is not within the Rating settings (not authorized), the 4-digit code must be entered and/or the disc must be authorized -- "Parental Control", DVDs may have a Your receiver will on page (see 19). regional code. not play discs that required speed: mX2, mX4, mX16, mX100 (backward) or MX2, MX4, MX16, MX100 (forward). With a Video CD, the Search speed changes: mX2, mX4, mX8, (backward) or MX2, MX4, MX8, (forward). 3 To return to normal have code different from your receiver. The for this receiver is 5 (five). regional regional code play, press PLAY. a ote When using a DVD audio disc that includes pictures, this operation may be permitted in some picture segments. Pause DVD-V VCD2.0 1 Press PAUSE/STEP 2 To return to 20 VCD1.1 during playback. playback, press PLAY. DVD and Video CD General Features Still Picture and VCD2.0 DVD-V DVD Audio Discs (continued) 1 To Frame-by-frame playback during playback. The DVD/CD receiver will now go into PAUSE mode. advance the picture frame-by-frame by pressing PAUSE/STEP repeatedly on the remote can Repeat Group 3 To exit 1 Press SLOW SCAN m The or M during playback. on the TV screen. a third time. screen. Track/All/Off Track icon appears the TV on screen. On required speed: t 1/16, t 1/8, t 1/4 or t 1/2 (backward), or T 1/16, T 1/8, T 1/4 or T 1/2 (forward). Repeat All icon appears Repeat mode, Repeat the TV on screen. press REPEAT Off icon appears on the TV a third time. screen. mode, press PLAY. Video CD with PBC, you must set PBC to Off on the setup menu to use the Repeat function. See page 18. a Time Search 0:20:09 DVD-V -:--:-- The Time Search function allows you to start any chosen time on the disc. ote Slow motion playback in is not reverse applicable a ote 2UsetheSLOWSCANmorMtoselectthe 3 To exit slow motion press REPEAT Off icon appears Repeat the TV on repeat the disc currently playing, press REPEAT The VCD1.1 will enter SLOW mode. player - Repeat 3 To exit VCD2.0 screen. second time. segments. DVD-V icon appears Repeat mode, Repeat The Slow Motion the TV on repeat the track currently playing, press REPEAT. 2 To using a DVD audio disc that includes pictures, operation may be permitted in some picture this The The When Track icon appears second time. 1 To ote Repeat Track/Group/Off repeat the group currently playing, press REPEAT Video CDs press PLAY. play, Repeat The control. 3 To return to normal The a - repeat the currently playing track, press REPEAT. 2 To VCD1.1 1 Press PAUSE/STEP 2 You Operation 1 Press DISPLAY for play Video CD. appears on The during playback. the playing on-screen at dis- screen. The Time Search box shows the elapsed playing time of the current disc. A-B Repeat VCD2.0 DVD-V 2 Within 10 VCD1.1 Search icon in the A* AB repeat a sequence in a title or group: 1 Press REPEAT A-B at your chosen " A * " appears briefly on 2 Press REPEAT A-B sequence the TV the starting point. screen. at your chosen end point. the TV screen, and the repeat briefly on begins ("AsB" appears the display window). CHAPT 1/6 TITLE DVD Video Discs 1 To VCD2.0 - required use the number buttons to enter start time. Enter right hours, minutes, and in the box. If you enter the wrong numbers, press CLEAR to remove the numbers you entered. Then enter the correct numbers. 4 Within 10 Playback an DVD-V display. seconds, press ENTER to confirm the start time. 3 To cancel the sequence, press REPEAT A-B. Repeat seconds, seconds from left to again "A B" appears on-screen to select the Time The "-:--:--" appears in the Time Search box. OFF 3 Within 10 To seconds, press 3/4 invalid starts from the selected time time, playback the disc. If you enter will continue from the current point. on VCD1.1 TRACK ALL OFF Repeat Chapter/Title/Off repeat the currently playing chapter, press REPEAT. The 2 To Repeat Chapter icon appears on the TV screen. repeat the title currently playing, press REPEAT a second time. The Repeat 3 To exit The Title icon appears Repeat mode, Repeat on the TV screen. press REPEAT Off icon appears on the TV a third time. screen. 21 OPERATION DVD and Video CD General Features 3D Surround This unit (continued) VCD2.0 DVD-V Operation 3 4 3D Surround effect, which simulates multi-channel audio playback from two produce can speakers, instead of the speakers normally required to listen to five more multi- channel audio from a home theater 5 or during play- back. 2 To turn off the 3D Surround MODE Zoom VCD2.0 DVD-V effect, press SOUND Press ZOOM or the repeatedly, still playback level magnification 1 Press TITLE. If the current title has move the zoomed through normal resume playback or 3 To function may not work for some DVDs. VCD2.0 DVD-V 1 VCD1.1 2 To start points playback can from memorized a point. Up to be memorized. mark, follow these steps. a During disc playback, press MARKER when playback reaches the spot that you want to Repeat step on the TV To Recall 1 to enter up to nine Marker a points on a Marked Scene disc During playback, The MARKER SEARCH menu will appear on a the will start from the Marked Playback Marker again. If the disc contains remove a During Changing recorded at different scenes playback, The MARKER SEARCH 1 ENG appears the on will appear on the camera a display. Language D 1PPCM 5.1 CH 5CH repeatedly during playback language or audio track. Changing the Audio Channel to hear VCD2.0 a dif- Subtitles screen. Press 1/2 to select the Marker number that you want VCD1.1 repeatedly during playback to hear channel (STER., LEFT or RIGHT). DVD-V different subtitle press SEARCH. menu angle DVD-A ABC a dif- 1 ENG Press SUBTITLE Marked Scene erase. DVD-V the Audio DVD-A ferent audio scene. the MARKER SEARCH menu, press disc 1/1 Press AUDIO SEARCH. 22 the disc menu, press MENU screen. 3 Press ENTER. to displayed. Angle ferent audio press SEARCH. seconds, press 1/2 to select number that you want to recall. 2 is Press AUDIO 2 Within 10 1 again. DVD-V menu remove DVD-V To clear and briefly. screen disc. 4 To angles, spoken language chapters for the title. The number of the current The Marker icon will appear 1 may appear. angles, you can change to a different camera angle during playback. Press ANGLE repeatedly during playback to select desired angle. memorize. 2 the on 1 Press MENU. Camera To enter will appear MARKER SEARCH 1/9 nine menu menu the title menu, press TITLE remove The disc Marker Search menu, the camera options, Disc Menu zoom can list menu can and subtitle return to a Otherwise, the disc screen. 2 The ote You DVD-V Title Menu paused image. The the contents of DVD Video to acti- picture. the Special DVD-V then press ENTER. steps. 2 Use the 1 234 buttons to 3 Press CLEAR to DVD Features press the appropriate number button to select an option. Or, use the 1 234 buttons to highlight your selection, vate the Zoom function. If you press ZOOM increases up to six the MARKER SEARCH menu, press remove DVDs may offer menus that allow you to access special features. To use the disc menu, press MENU. Then, VCD1.1 during playback additional Marker discs: Menus The Zoom function allows you to enlarge the video image and to move through the enlarged image. 1 To Checking to select "BYPASS". again erase SEARCH. system. Press SOUND MODE to select "3D SUR" 2 and 3 to Repeat steps numbers. a conventional stereo 1 The Marker number will be erased from the list. 3D SUR BYPASS VCD1.1 Press CLEAR. repeatedly during playback languages. to see the ote If appears, the feature is not available on the disc. DVD and Video CD DVD Audio Discs Operation DVD-A Viewing another PAGE Since DVD Audio discs DVD Audio is a new disc format building on the success of DVD to provide high quality, multi-channel audio for a new experience in audio quality. A DVD Audio disc can be identified by the DVD audio logo on the disc jacket or on the disc itself. DVD Audio provide higher quality stereo than Audio CDs with a sampling rate of up to 192kHz (compared to 44.1kHz for CDs). DVD Audio digital sound can be delivered with up to 24 bits of data (compared to 16 bits for a standard CD). A can DVD Audio disc contains up to seven times the data capacity of a CD. This additional space is used typical lot of content, there what's available on the disc. can hold DVD-A 1 /12 a various ways to see 1 Press DISPLAY during are 2 Press 3/4 to select 3 Press 1/2 to select playback. Page icon. a page number. What appears on the screen will vary from disc to disc because the information available depends upon the way the disc was created. ote Since the the the authoring of DVD Audio Discs varies, some of on-screen display choices might not be available for disc you're playing. for music, either Advanced Resolution multi-channel sound quality that is closer to the artist's master record- ing or for contain longer recordings. Many on-screen playlists, galleries lyrics. or or video text, such as DVD Audio discs artist biographies, Some DVD Audio discs contain photo clips. ote If you (OPTICAL) for your audio connection, the sound will only be similar to CD-quality sound even though you're playing a DVD Audio disc. use Moving the DIGITAL OUT to another GROUP 1/6 DVD-A Some DVD Audio discs divide content into different groups. Your player enables you to quickly access different groups during playback via the on-screen display. 1 Press DISPLAY 2 Press 3/4 to during playback select Group icon. 3 Press 1/2 the numbered buttons or on in stop mode. (0-9) to select a group number. ote Sometimes the author of the disc creates hidden tent that can only be accessed If the lock icon appears by entering a con- password. the TV screen, enter the you'll find it on the disc's jacket on password (sometimes cover or on a web site). This password control isn't tated by your DVD/CD receiver it is a function of --- dicthe disc. Since the the the authoring of DVD Audio Discs varies, some of on-screen display choices might not be available for disc you're playing. 23 OPERATION Audio and MP3/WMA Disc Playing CD an Operation Audio CD and MP3/WMA Disc MP3 play can 1 MP3/WMA disc and close the MPEG1 audio files that have on tray. The player CD; Audio CD menu appears on the TV screen go to step 4. MP3/WMA disc; The MP3/WMA-JPEG choice menu appears on the TV screen. Go to step 2 compressed by using the layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call the ".mp3" file extension "MP3 files". can not read extension other than About Audio a technology. WMA(Windows compression of JPEG MP3/WMA Disc The MP3/WMA appears on the TV screen. Press RETURN to move to the MP3/WMA-JPEG choice menu. menu MP3 WMA 1. 2. 3. Folder2 Folder3 Folder4 Folder6 Folder7 Clear All Media 5. a compatibility 4 track then press PLAY A session disc playback File the current track's elapsed playing menu. to the next page. move move to the previous Program no MP3/WMA files in the MP3/WMA file in the 1st playback or use a new one. names should be named incorporate ".mp3" e.g. "********.MP3" or using or 8 letters or less ".wma" extension "********.WMA". 7. Donotusespecialletterssuchas"/:*?"<>"etc. 8. Total number of files on the disc should be less than 650. page. This DVD/CD receiver CD requires MP3/WMA files. If you wish MP3/WMA files, format all the data in cannot and must time will appear on the display window and Playback will stop at the end of the disc. Press MENU to single the disc or 6. Press TITLE to follows: - track, it ENTER. Playback starts. During playback, as with this DVD/CD Sampling Frequency / only at 44.1kHz (MP3), 32 44.1kHz (WMA) Bit rate / within 32 320kbps (MP3), 32 128kbps (WMA) CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660" If you record MP3/WMA files using the software which cannot create a FILE SYSTEM, for example "Direct-CD" etc., it is impossible to playback to a offers double the audio the MP3 format. first track. If there is folder, and ENTER. 3 A list of files in the folder appears. Press 3/4 to select Audio) compression system. OFF Press 3/4 to select Audio) MP3/WMA files. We recommend that you use "Easy-CD Creator", which creates an ISO9660 file Folder5 00:00 Media - Folder1 Folder8 file a - 4. Program MP3 file that has Microsoft audio receiver is limited Press 3/4 to select the MP3/WMA then press ENTER. an ".mp3". WMA(Window An WMA file is MP3 WMA 2 Recordings An MP3 file is audio data MP3/WMA formatted recordings on CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW discs. Before playing MP3/WMA recordings, read the notes MP3/WMA Recordings on right. a on About MP3 WMA The DVD/CD receiver Insert Notes Program MP3 WMA requires discs/recordings to meet TRACK01 TRACK02 TRACK 1.mp3 TRACK03 TRACK 2.mp3 certain technical standards in order to achieve TRACK 3.mp3 TRACK04 playback quality. TRACK 4.mp3 TRACK05 TRACK 5.mp3 TRACK06 TRACK 6.mp3 TRACK07 TRACK 7.mp3 Clear All TRACK08 STER. 0: 56: 18 Audio CD BYPASS menu set to these standards. There Clear All TRACK 8.mp3 00:00 Pre-recorded DVDs 1 MP3/WMA OFF many different types of recordable disc formats (including CD-R containing MP3 or are WMA conditions menu files). That require certain pre-existing (see above) to insure compatible playback. Customers should also note that ip If you list, are use in 5 24 file list and want to return to the Folder the 3/4 to return to the To a and highlight previous menu screen. stop playback at any other press ENTER to required permission is in order to download MP3/WMA files and music from the Internet. Our company has no to grant such permission. Permission should always time, press STOP. are optimal automatically be sought from the copyright owner. right Audio and MP3/WMA Disc CD Pause 1 MP3 Press PAUSE/STEP Operation (Continued) WMA Repeat during playback. 2 To return to playback, PAUSE/STEP again. press PLAY or To 1 press repeat Moving or > playback to go to the next track beginning of the current track. Press SKIP/SCAN . twice In MP3 WMA previous briefly during or step back to to of audio CD, to go directly to any track, enter the track number using the numbered buttons (0-9) case during playback. Repeat 1 To Track/All/Off MP3 WMA repeat the track currently playing, press REPEAT. The icon and "TRACK" appears Repeat the on menu screen. 2 To on a disc, press REPEAT Repeat icon and "ALL" appears Repeat 3 To cancel The Repeat the on menu screen. at your chosen end point. icon and "A B" appears on the menu screen, again begins to play repeatedly. icon and "OFF" appears 3D Surround This unit on the play, press menu screen. CD 3D Surround effect, which simulates multi-channel audio playback from two produce can a conventional stereo speakers, instead of the speakers normally required to listen to five more multi- channel audio from 1 a home theater or system. Press SOUND MODE to select "3D SUR" Repeat Repeat on the menu screen. mode, press REPEAT icon and "OFF" appears on the third time. a menu screen. 2 To turn off the 3D Surround MODE Search CD MP3 during play- two seconds during playback. The now will effect, press SOUND to select "BYPASS.". the Audio Channel CD Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to hear a audio channel (STER., LEFT, or RIGHT). WMA Press and hold SKIP/SCAN . player again Changing different 1 appears a sec- ond time. The icon and "A " back. repeat all tracks The Repeat * 3 To exit the sequence and return to normal REPEAT A-B again. track. CD sequence. disc playback, press REPEAT A-B at your cho- and the sequence to return to the briefly a 2 Press REPEAT A-B The Press SKIP/SCAN . the CD CD During sen starting point. The to another Track A-B or > for about go into SEARCH mode. 2 Press and hold SKIP/SCAN . or > repeatedly to select the required speed: mX2, mX4, mX8 (backward) or MX2, MX4, MX8 (forward). Search speed and direction are indicated on the menu screen. 3 To exit SEARCH mode, press PLAY. 25 OPERATION JPEG Disc Viewing a Operation JPEG disc Press SKIP/SCAN . This DVD/CD receiver play discs with JPEG files and Kodak picture CD. Before playing JPEG recordings, read the notes on JPEG Recordings on right. Insert 1 a can disc and close the menu appears on the screen. > or once to advance to the next file picture or during viewing a to the previous file. Still Picture 1 Press PAUSE/STEP tray. The MP3/WMA-JPEG choice TV to another File Moving JPEG during The DVD/CD receiver will slide show. go into PAUSE mode. 2 To return to the slide show, press PLAY or press PAUSE/STEP again. now MP3 WMA To JPEG 2 Press 3/4 during showing a picture picture horizontally or a vertically. Press 3/4 to select the JPEG then press ENTER. The JPEG menu appears on the TV flip the picture to flip the screen. To rotate JPEG Press 1/2 Folder1 Folder2 during showing clockwise picture Folder3 picture or a picture to rotate the counter clockwise. Folder4 Folder5 Folder6 Folder7 Notes Folder8 Slide Speed on JPEG Recordings Off upon the size and number of the JPEG files, it could take a long time for the DVD/CD receiver to read the disc's contents. If you don't see an on- Depending Press 3/4 to select a folder, and ENTER. 3 A list of files in the folder appears. Press RETURN to choice move to the MP3/WMA-JPEG menu. --- ip If you list, Total number of files and folders are " a file list and want to return to the Folder on the remote to highlight menu screen. If you want to view a particular file, press 3/4 to highlight a file and press ENTER or PLAY. Viewing the file proceeding starts. file, press RETURN to During viewing the previous menu (JPEG menu). a Press TITLE to move to When you are using software such as "Easy CD Creator" to burn the jpeg files into the CD-R, ensure that all the selected files have the ".jpg" extensions when copying move Folder1 Picture1 Picture2 Picture3 Picture4 Picture5 Picture6 Picture7 1024X768 Slide Speed Off 5/32 1024X768 Picture5.jpg ip There are three Normal, Slow, and Slide Speed options: Fast, Off. Press 1/2 to highlight the Slide 3/4 to select the option you want to viewing then press use, and press ENTER. Speed 5 To stop viewing The JPEG 26 menu at any other appears. time, press STOP. into the CD layout. If the files have File them names ".jpe" or ".jpeg" extensions, please as ".jpg" files. without be read by files shown are explorer. 5/32 the disc should be less than 650. rename to the next page. Press MENU to move to the previous page. JPEG on Some disc may be incompatible due to different recording format or condition of disc. and press ENTER to return to the previous 4 in the 34 buttons use " display after several minutes, some of the files are too big reduce the resolution of the JPEG files to less than 2 mega pixels and burn another disc. screen ".jpg" extension will not be able to this DVD/CD receiver. Even as JPEG image though the files in windows Programmed Playback CD VCD2.0 with Audio CD Programmed Playback VCD1.1 function enables you to store your favorite tracks from any disc in the player memory. Program Program On Video CD with PBC, you must set PBC to Off on the setup menu to use the Program function. See page 18. a contain 30 tracks. can Press PROGRAM mode to enter The during playback or in the Program Edit mode. the E mark will appear to the right of the word the right side of the menu screen. on with Video CD ote Program 1 WMA Programmed Playback and MP3/WMA Disc The MP3 stop Insert Video CD and close the 1 OPERATION contain 30 tracks. can tray. Program 2 Press PROGRAM while The VCD Program menu is playback stopped. will appear. ote Press PROGRAM to exit the E the mark will Program Program VCD Edit mode; E TRACK 1 TRACK 2 disappear. TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 5 2 Select track, then press ENTER selected track on 3 Repeat step 2 Program list. to a the Program place to place TRACK 6 the TRACK 7 list. additional tracks on the ote Press RETURN E Program CD TRACK 1 TRACK 12 TRACK 2 TRACK 8 TRACK 3 TRACK 10 TRACK 4 TRACK 3 TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 2 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 3 TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 6 TRACK 7 TRACK 7 Clear All Audio CD Clear All TRACK 8 BYPASS 00:00 3 MP3/WMA menu 4 OFF track you selected last is highlighted 5 playing. normal disappears 6 Playback begins in the order in which you programmed the tracks and "PROG." appears on the menu screen. from protrack of CD playback grammed playback, select a MP3/WMA) list and then press disappears display window. Tracks list on the menu screen. repeat all tracks the program list, press second time. a icon and "ALL" appears Repeat The Repeat mode, a Track from the on menu screen. press REPEAT icon and "OFF" appears Repeat Erasing on on Program the a third time. menu screen. List 1 Press PROGRAM normal "PROG." indicator Program in the icon and "TRACK" appears Repeat To cancel the left. on repeat the track currently playing, press REPEAT. The Press PLAY to start. 7 resume REPEAT move on with playback from programmed playback, press PROGRAM. To to the next page. Press MENU to move to the previous page. resume To To Press 3/4 to select the track you want to start all of the tracks "Programmed Playback Audio CD and MP3/WMA disc" The Playback stops after have played once. menu. on the program list. To 2-6 of steps Repeat Programmed programmed Press TITLE to Follow "PROG." indicator menu Press 2. The Program TRACK 8 TRACK 6 STER. PROGRAM to exit the or E TRACK 5 0: 56: 18 4 Program MP3 WMA TRACK 5 TRACK 8 Clear All TRACK 8 on the ENTER. menu screen. MP3/WMA disc (or Program E The during playback (Audio CD and only) or in the stop mode to enter the Edit mode. mark will appear. 2 Press 2 to move to the Program list. 3 Use 3/4 to select the track that you wish to from the Program list. erase 4 Press CLEAR. The track will be erased from the Erasing the 1 Follow steps List" as Complete Program 1-2 of "Erasing a list. List Track from Program above. 2 Use 3/4 to select "Clear The Program complete Program The programs are All", then press ENTER. for the disc will be erased. also cleared when the disc is removed. 27 Additional Information Speaker Setup Adjust the following settings for the built-in 5.1 channel Last Condition surround decoder. DVD Disc Audio R Disc Menu Code Volume Menu Progressive Scan If you load tings memorized, the latest stop ly recalled. Small Distance Language switch off the 0 dB Size Aspect user settings for the last disc that you have viewed. Settings remain in memory even if you remove the disc from the player or R Front L Rating TV VCD1.1 This DVD/CD receiver memorizes the Disc Subtitle Country CD Memory 1 ft Test player. a disc that has its set- position is automatical- Return 5.1 otes Speaker Setup Others -- -- stored in memory for use any time. This DVD/CD receiver does not memorize settings of Settings are disc if you switch off the DVD/CD receiver before commencing to play it. a 1 Select "5.1 Speaker Setup" using buttons the 2 While "5.1 on setup the 3/4 menu. is Speaker Setup" selected, press 2 button. Select System You must select the Press 2 buttons to select the desired 3 Adjust options by using 4 speaker. appropriate system mode for your TV system. If NO DISC appears in the display window, press and hold PAUSE/STEP on the front panel or remote control for 341 2 buttons. select a system (PAL, NTSC, When the selected Speaker Select than 5 seconds to be able to more AUTO). or system does not coincide with the system of your TV, normal colour picture may selection speaker that you want to adjust. ((Front speakers (Left), Front speakers (Right), Centre Speaker, Rear speakers (Left), Rear speakers (Right), or Subwoofer)) displayed. a AUTO: Select when DVD/CD receiver is connected with Multi NTSC: Volume not be system TV. Select when DVD/CD receiver is connected with NTSC-TV. Press 1 / 2 to adjust the output speaker. (-6dB +6dB) level of the selected PAL: Select when DVD/CD receiver is connected ~ with PAL-TV. Size Since the speaker settings settings. the are fixed, you cannot change Video Mode means If you connected speakers to your DVD/CD receiver setting the Distance lets the speakers know how far the Vertical , time. (1 ft = 30.48 can cm) To or De-interlace is not In that case, the with changing video change video mode number is not set the distance of subwoofer Press ENTER to test the signals displayed on the TV screen. Check whether video quality is improved. You can repeat above procedure until desired picture quality speaker. memorized in the Front Left (L) Right (R) appears. of each the volume to match the volume Rear VCD1.1 the video mode, press and hold DISPLAY for 3 seconds during playback of a disc. Changed Test Adjust VCD2.0 mode. ote You interpolation perfectly matched with the disc. picture quality can be improved sound has to travel to reach your set listening point. This allows the sound from each speaker to reach the same DVD With certain discs, the playback picture may be flickering or Dot Crawl is shown on straight lines. That Distance listener at the Setting speaker. of test signals Procedure of video mode is MODE1 system. → Centre → → Front Rear Left (L) Right (R) → → MODE2 → MODE3 changed; → MODE1 If you turn off the the power, the video mode will be back to initial state (MODE1). → Subwoofer Return Press ENTER to return to the previous ote menu. -- This function available when the "On" on the page 17. 28 setup menu for Progressive Scan to progressive signal, see Additional Using 1 2 Information(Continued) the Karaoke Function Load a karaoke disc. level to prevent acoustic feedback (e.g. howling sound) microphone. Connect 3 ( 3.5mm). a microphone Press PLAY to start Adjust 5 song. before connecting a the melody, VOICE: If you wish to karaoke singer, select playback. option sing follow a 6 KARAOKE menu 7 KEY, VOICE, The display changes as Off or (ECHO, EFFECT). Voice1 V2 Voice2 Voice2 V1+V2 Voice1 Voice2 Off None voice None voice Karaoke Special Effects. Each time Special Effect changes as can use pressed, → the HARMONY KEY: You can → FLANGE change the CHORUS → key by pressing the 1/2 buttons. shown in the chart below. 9 (DVD Output speaker Right speaker shown below. desired item MELODY Left voice you desire. Voice1 EFFECT: You appears. an a duet with the recorded a steps during playback. Use 3/4 to select sing V1 1/2 is Press KARAOKE by set MELODY to Off. Voice Select MIC VOL control and then the echo volume MELODY: If you wish to sing only to the backing band or orchestra unaccompanied by a vocal guide to MIC socket. If you want to set KARAOKE 6-8. adjust can the 1/2 buttons. pressing Set the MIC VOL control to the minimum value of the item adjust selected. ECHO: You loud 4 8 Use 1/2 to Press KARAOKE to exit the KARAOKE menu. Disc) Notes The microphone back. (ex. slow) may not be available The karaoke feature functions only during special play- with karaoke-compatible discs. The VOICE and MELODY some The menus may not be available karaoke discs. ECHO, EFFECT and KEY function may be operated CD, other disc (except DVD disc) and external input (Analogue). When you using a microphone, Front L/R speakers. For on more details, refer the signal to the information is on source output from the supplied with the disc. (VCD Karaoke Disc) 29 OPERATION Radio Operation the radio stations Presetting You can tuning, 30 stations for FM and AM preset make sure (MW). Before that you have turned down the vol- Preset radio stations in the DVD/CD receiver's memory first (see "Presetting radio stations" on the left). ume. Press BAND 1 on the remote control FM repeatedly on (MW) appears in AM or 1 or press the front panel until FUNCTION the 2 BAND, FM and 3 Press and hold TUNING or panel for about two seconds frequency indication starts to change, 2 when the DVD/CD Receiver tunes in appear in the display stereo (for 3 a program) (MW) repeatedly or on or press the front panel until FM appears in the Press PRESET +/- display window. repeatedly to select the pre- set station you want. Each time you press the button, the DVD receiver tunes in until the release. station. "TUNED" and "STEREO" FUNCTION one then the remote control BAND on The last received station is tuned in. on the front Press AM window. display And then every time you press AM (MW) changes alternately. Scanning stops to the radio Listening preset station at time. a Adjust the volume by rotating VOLUME on the front panel or by pressing VOLUME + or on the remote control repeatedly. - To turn off the radio window. Press POWER to turn the DVD/CD receiver off another function mode (CD/DVD, VIDEO1 or or select VIDEO2). ote "TUNED" appears when the only signal To listen to is FM and STEREO. 4 Use manual Press STOP/MEM. A on Press TUNING 6 7 the front For manual panel. preset number will flash in the display window. 5 panel or to select the Press STOP on on preset the front on the front or in step 2. tuning, or press and hold TUNING for about two seconds or number you want. tuning tuning, press TUNING panel repeatedly. For automatic the front automatic on the front panel. panel again. The station is stored. To select Repeat steps 3 to 6 to store other stations. You a station with Press TUNING a weak to tune in the station in step 3 manually. "CLEAR ALL" is appeared in the display window and STOP/MEM. again, the stations are cleared. If you have accidentally entered into the "CLEAR ALL" mode and you do not wish to clear the memory, do not press any key. After a few seconds, the display will go off by itself and change to normal mode. ote If all stations have already been entered, the FULL message will appear in the display window for moment and then a preset number will flash. change above. 30 the then 9 a (within 3 Reorient the Press and hold STOP/MEM. for about two seconds and "CLEAR ALL" on seconds). For your reference To improve reception To clear all the stored stations then press the number buttons preset number, follow the steps the remote control preset radio station directly. For example, to listen to preset station 4, press 4 on the remote control. To listen to preset station 19, press 1 signal repeatedly or preset radio station directly a can use to select To tune in To non-preset radio stations a 5-6 as supplied antennas. Other Function Sleep Timer You set the DVD/CD receiver to turn off automati- can cally 1 at a specified Selecting input source You other units connected to the can use VCRs or VIDEO1, VIDEO2 connectors, Coaxial time. Press SLEEP to set the desired The SLEEP indicator and play 2 Setting sleep sleep time. time appears in the dis- window. Each time you press SLEEP the in the following order. setting changes SLEEP 90→80→70→60→50→40→30→20→10→ OFF Optical with the unit for further information the select the repeatedly on the remote desired input source. supplied operation. control to Each time you press this button, the mode of the function changes in the following sequence: VIDEO 1: for selecting the analog signal from (L/R) & VIDEO 1 IN Connectors. selecting the VIDEO1 optical digital signal from VIDEO 1 IN & OPTICAL IN Connector. VIDEO 1 COAX: for selecting the coaxial digital signal from VIDEO 1 IN & COAXIAL IN Connector. VIDEO 2: for selecting the analog signal from (L/R) & VIDEO 2 IN Connectors. Dimmer AUDIO IN This function will change the brightness of the display window on the front panel during in power-on status. VIDEO 2 OPT: for Press the DIMMER VIDEO 2 COAX: for repeatedly. on Press AUX VIDEO 1 OPT: for You can check the time remaining before the DVD/CD receiver turns off. Press SLEEP. The remaining time appears in the display window. or connector. Refer to the owner's manual AUDIO IN ote connector VIDEO 2 selecting the VIDEO2 optical digital signal from IN & OPTICAL IN Connector. selecting the coaxial digital signal from VIDEO 2 IN & COAXIAL IN Connector. Mute Press MUTE to mute your unit. You can mute your unit in order, for example, to answer the telephone, "MUTE" indicator flashes in the display window. Using Headphone Jack Connect a stereo headphone PHONES connector. The plug ( 3.5mm) into the speakers are automatically disconnected plug in a headphone (not supplied). otes The Optical input function is available only when other unit's Sampling Frequency is 32 48kHz. You can also select the input source by pressing FUNCTION repeatedly on the front panel. the ~ when you 31 OPERATION Language Code List Enter the appropriate (See page 17). code number for the initial settings "Disc Audio", "Disc Subtitle" and/or "Disc Menu" Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language 6566 Abkhazian 7074 Fiji 7678 Lingala 8373 Singhalese 6565 Afar 7073 Finnish 7684 Lithuanian 8375 Slovak 6570 Afrikaans 7082 French 7775 Macedonian 8376 Slovenian 8381 Albanian 7089 Frisian 7771 Malagasy 8379 Somali 6577 Ameharic 7176 Galician 7783 Malay 6983 Spanish 6582 Arabic 7565 Georgian 7776 Malayalam 8385 Sudanese 7289 Armenian 6869 German 7784 Maltese 8387 Swahili 6583 Assamese 6976 Greek 7773 Maori 8386 Swedish 6588 Aymara 7576 Greenlandic 7782 Marathi 8476 Tagalog 6590 Azerbaijani 7178 Guarani 7779 Moldavian 8471 Tajik 6665 Bashkir 7185 Gujarati 7778 Mongolian 8465 Tamil 6985 Basque 7265 Hausa 7865 Nauru 8484 Tatar 6678 Bengali; Bangla 7387 Hebrew 7869 Nepali 8469 Telugu 6890 Bhutani 7273 Hindi 7879 Norwegian 8472 Thai 6672 Bihari 7285 Hungarian 7982 Oriya 6679 Tibetan 6682 Breton 7383 Icelandic 8065 Panjabi 8473 Tigrinya 6671 Bulgarian 7378 Indonesian 8083 Pashto, Pushto 8479 Tonga 7789 Burmese 7365 Interlingua 7065 Persian 8482 Turkish 6669 Byelorussian 7165 Irish 8076 Polish 8475 Turkmen 7577 Cambodian 7384 Italian 8084 Portuguese 8487 Twi 6765 Catalan 7465 Japanese 8185 Quechua 8575 Ukrainian 9072 Chinese 7487 Javanese 8277 Rhaeto-Romance 8582 Urdu 6779 Corsican 7578 Kannada 8279 Rumanian 8590 Uzbek 7282 Croatian 7583 Kashmiri 8285 Russian 8673 Vietnamese 6783 Czech 7575 Kazakh 8377 Samoan 8679 Volapuk 6865 Danish 7589 Kirghiz 8365 Sanskrit 6789 Welsh 7876 Dutch 7579 Korean 7168 Scots Gaelic 8779 Wolof 6978 English 7585 Kurdish 8382 Serbian 8872 Xhosa 6979 Esperanto 7679 Laothian 8372 Serbo-Croatian 7473 Yiddish 6984 Estonian 7665 Latin 8378 Shona 8979 Yoruba 7079 Faroese 7686 Latvian, Lettish 8368 Sindhi 9085 Zulu 32 Code List Country Enter the appropriate code number for the initial setting "Country Code" (See page 19). Code Country Code Country Code Country Code AD Andorra ER Eritrea LC Saint Lucia SC Country Seychelles AE United Arab Emirates ES Spain LI Liechtenstein SD Sudan AF ET Ethiopia LK Sri Lanka SE Sweden AG Afghanistan Antigua and FI Finland LR Liberia SG Singapore AI Anguilla FJ Fiji LS Lesotho SH Saint Helena AL Albania FK Falkland Islands LT Lithuania SI Slovenia AM Armenia FM Micronesia LU Luxembourg SJ Svalbard and Jan AN Netherlands Antilles FO Faroe Islands LV Latvia AO Angola FR France LY Libya SK Slovak AQ Antarctica FX France MA Morocco SL Sierra Leone AR Argentina (European Territory) MC Monaco SM San Marino AS American Samoa GA Gabon MD Moldavia SN Senegal AT Austria GB Great Britain MG Madagascar SO Somalia AU Australia GD Grenada MH Marshall Islands SR Suriname AW Aruba GE MK Macedonia ST Saint Tome and AZ Azerbaidjan GF Georgia French Guyana ML Mali SU Former USSR BA Bosnia-Herzegovina GH Ghana MM SV El Salvador BB Barbados GI Gibraltar MN Myanmar Mongolia SY Syria BD Bangladesh GL Greenland MO Macau SZ Swaziland BE Belgium GM Gambia MP Northern Mariana Islands TC Turks and Caicos Islands BF Burkina Faso GN Guinea MQ Martinique (French) TD Chad BG Bulgaria GP MR Mauritania TF French Southern BH Bahrain GQ Guadeloupe (French) Equatorial Guinea MS Montserrat BI Burundi GR Greece MT Malta TG Togo BJ Benin GS S. MU Mauritius TH Thailand BM Bermuda Isls. MV Maldives TJ Tadjikistan BN Brunei Darussalam GT Guatemala MW Malawi TK Tokelau BO Bolivia GU Guam MX Mexico TM Turkmenistan BR Brazil GW Guinea Bissau MY TN Tunisia BS Bahamas GY MZ TO Tonga BT Bhutan HK Guyana Hong Kong Malaysia Mozambique NA Namibia TP East Timor BV Bouvet Island HM Heard and McDonald NC New Caledonia TR Turkey BW Botswana Islands NE Niger TT Trinidad and BY Belarus HN Honduras NF Norfolk Island TV Tuvalu BZ Belize HR Croatia NG Nigeria TW Taiwan CA Canada HT Haiti NI Nicaragua TZ Tanzania CC Cocos HU Hungary NL Netherlands UA Ukraine CF (Keeling) Islands Central African Republic ID Indonesia NO Norway UG Uganda CG Congo IE Ireland NP Nepal UK United CH Switzerland IL Israel NR Nauru UM USA CI Ivory Coast IN India NU Niue CK Cook Islands IO British Indian Ocean NZ New Zealand US United States CL Chile Territory OM Oman UY Uruguay CM Cameroon IQ Iraq PA Panama UZ Uzbekistan CN China IR Iran PE Peru VA Vatican CO Colombia IS Iceland PF VC Saint Vincent & CR Costa Rica IT Italy PG Polynesia (French) Papua New Guinea CS Former Czechoslovakia JM Jamaica PH Philippines VE Venezuela CU Cuba JO Jordan PK Pakistan VG CV Cape JP Japan PL Poland VI Virgin Virgin CX Christmas Island KE PM Saint Pierre and VN Vietnam CY Cyprus KG Kenya Kyrgyzstan PN Pitcairn Island VU Vanuatu CZ Czech KH Cambodia6 PR Puerto Rico WF Wallis and Futuna Islands KI Kiribati PT Portugal WS Samoa DJ Republic Germany Djibouti KM Comoros PW Palau YE Yemen DK Denmark KN Saint Kitts & Nevis PY Paraguay YT DM Dominica KP North Korea QA Qatar YU Mayotte Yugoslavia DO Dominican KR South Korea RE Reunion ZA South Africa DZ Algeria KW Kuwait RO Romania ZM Zambia EC Ecuador KY Cayman RU Russian Federation ZR Zaire EE Estonia KZ Kazakhstan RW Rwanda ZW Zimbabwe EG Egypt LA Laos SA Saudi Arabia EH Western Sahara LB Lebanon SB Solomon Islands DE Barbuda Verde Republic Georgia & S. Sandwich (USA) Islands Anguilla Mayen Islands Republic Principe Territories (French) Tobago Kingdom Minor Outlying Islands Miquelon (French) City State Grenadines Islands Islands (British) (USA) 33 REF NC Troubleshooting Check the following guide for the possible of cause a before problem contacting service. Cause Symptom Correction No power. ? The power cord is disconnected. ? the power cord wall outlet. The power is on, but the DVD/CD receiver ? No disc is inserted. ? Insert Plug does not work. No (Check lit.) picture. ? The TV is not set to receive DVD signal ? output. Select the on the TV appropriate video input mode so the picture from the DVD/ CD receiver appears ? The video cable is not connected ? securely. There is no sound or ?T ? The ? connected with the equipment audio cable is not set to receive DVD The audio cables not connected are playback picture is poor. The DVD/CD receiver does not start the TV. Select the correct ? input mode of the so Connect the audio cable into the jacks securely. The power of the equipment connected with the audio cable is turned off. ?T ? The audio ? Replace ? The disc is ? Clean the disc. ? No disc is inserted. ? Insert ? jacks you can hear the sound from the DVD/CD receiver. securely. The urn on audio receiver signal output. ? screen. securely. The connected TV power is turned off. a the TV on Connect the video cable into the ? very low-level sound is heard. only into the that the DVD or, audio CD indicator in the DVD display is a disc. securely connecting cable is damaged. dirty. urn on the equipment connected with the audio cable. playback. it with new one. a disc. that the DVD, or audio CD indicator in the DVD display is a playable (Check lit.) ? An disc is inserted. unplayable ? Insert (Check the disc system and Regional code.) type, colour ? The disc is placed upside down. ? disc. Place the disc with the playback side down. ? The disc is not placed within the guide. ? Place the disc inside the ? The disc is ?Amenu is dirty. on the TV screen. on the disc tray correctly guide. ? Clean the disc. ? Press the SETUP button to turn off the menu screen. ? The Rating level is set. ? Cancel the the Loud hum or noise is ? The and plugs jacks are dirty. ? Wipe or change level. them with a cloth slightly mois- tened with alcohol. heard. ? The disc is ? The ? dirty. and speakers components connected poorly. are The DVD/CD receiver is located too close to the TV. 34 rating function Rating ? Clean the disc. ? Connect the speakers and components securely. ? Move your TV away from the audio components. Troubleshooting (Cont'd) Cause Symptom Radio stations cannot ? The antenna is Correction positioned or connected poorly. be tuned in. ? Connect the antenna ? Adjust securely. the antennas and connect an external antenna if necessary. ? ? The signal strength weak (when tuning tuning). of the stations is too ?T une in the station in with automatic No stations have been preset preset or manually. ? Preset the stations ? Point the remote control at the remote (page 29). stations have been cleared (when tuning by scanning preset stations). ? The remote control does not work The remote control is not remote properly. ? sensor pointed at the of the DVD/CD receiver. The remote control is too far from the sensor ? DVD/CD receiver. ? There is an Use the remote control within about 23 ft obstacle in the (7 m). ? Remove the obstacle. are ? Replace while play- ? Insert such the front panel ? Press DIMMER path of the of the DVD/CD receiver. remote control and the DVD/CD receiver. ? The batteries in the remote control flat. The sound mode Logic II mode be changed. The front or Pro The ing cannot panel display is too dim. ? ? system a MP3 Nothing display. is cannot or change the batteries with a new ones. CD disc. WMA disc. displayed on on the remote control. 35 REF NC Specification Power Power [Genral] External dimensions [MW] x D) x 55 x 350 mm Semiconductor laser, Signal system Frequency response (audio) Signal-to-noise ratio (audio) Dynamic range (audio) Harmonic distortion (audio) Video input PAL 625/50, NTSC 525/60 5°C to 35°C, Operation status: Horizontal 650 wavelength nm 150 Hz to 18 kHz More than 70 dB (1 kHz, NOP, 20 kHz LPF/A-Filter) More than 70 dB (1 kHz, at 12W position) (20 kHz LPF/A-Filter) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., RCA jack x 2 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., RCA jack x 1 (Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., Mini DIN 4-pin x (C) 0.3 V (p-p), 75 Ω (Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., RCA jack x 1 (Pb)/(Pr) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω, RCA jack x 1 0.5 % output output Video at the bottom cover) cover) 5% to 85% output 87.5 Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency Signal-to Noise Ratio Frequency Response Tuning Range Intermediate Frequency 108.0 MHz - or 65.0 74.0 - MHz, 87.5 - 1 108.0 MHz 10.7 MHz 60 dB 150 - 522 - (Mono) 8,000 Hz 1,611 kHz 530 or - 1,610 kHz 450 kHz Stereo mode 60W+60W(8Ωat1kHz,THD10%) Front: 60W + 60W (THD 10 %) Surround mode [Amplifer] 430 Laser Component AM H Temperature: S-video [FM] x kg Operating conditions Operating humidity Video [Video] (W 4.6 at the bottom (labeled (labeled Refer to main label Mass [CD/VD] [Tuer] Refer to main label supply consumption (* Depending on the sound mode settings and the source, there may be no sound output.) Centre*: 60W Surround*: 60W + 60W Subwoofer*: 120W kHz, THD 10 %) at 1 (8Ω Hz, THD 10 %) VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, COAXIAL AUDIO, OPTICAL AUDIO, MIC Inputs Outputs (4Ω at 30 VIDEO OUT PHONES: (AUDIO OUT) (32 Ω, 0.8 V) : 2 V OPTICAL AUDIO Satellite Centre Speaker (LHS-T1000T) Type Impedance Frequency Response [Speakrs] [Suplied Acesori ] Designs 2 Way 110 Input Power Input Power Net (W x H x - 2 Way D) 2 Speaker (LHS-T1000W) 1 Way 8Ω 20,000 Hz 84 dB/W Rated Net Dimensions Speaker Passive Subwoofer (LHS-T1000C) 8Ω Sound Pressure Level Max. 2 speaker (1m) 110 - Speaker 4Ω 20,000 Hz 84 dB/W 1 (1m) 40 - 1,500 Hz 82 dB/W (1m) 60W 60W 120 W 120 W 120 W 240 W 110x140x117mm 210x110x117mm 244x422x321mm 0.8kg 1.0kg 6.5kg Weight ?Speakers...........................6?Speakercables......................6 ?Remotecontrol......................1?Batteries(AAA).......................2 ?AMloopantenna.....................1?FMantenna.........................1 and specifications are subject to change without notice.