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LG DA-5620AD Owner's manual
DVD HOME
CINEMA SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
DA-5620
(Main
Unit:
DA-5620AD, Speakers: FE-5620TE, FE-5620WE)
CD-R/RW
Before
connecting, operating
please
read this instruction booklet
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
FOR THE GUARANTEE TERMS &
CONDITIONS,
PLEASE REFER TO BACK COVER OF THIS MANUAL.
Safety
Precautions
POWER: This DVD receiver
CAUTION
ply
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
supplied with a BSI
approved 13 amp mains plug, fused at 13 or 5
amp. When replacing the fuse always use a 13 or 5
amp BS 1362, BSI or ASTA approved type. Never use
this plug with the fuse cover omitted. To obtain a
replacement fuse cover contact your dealer or "LG
Electronics U.K.Ltd." If the type of plug supplied is not
(OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
lightning flash
equilateral triangle
with arrowhead
symbol
is intended to alert the
within
user
an
to
suitable for the mains sockets in your home, then the
plug should be removed and a suitable type fitted.
Please refer to the
wiring
instructions below:
the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage
within the product's enclosure that may be of
WARNING: A mains
sufficient
of this DVD receiver must be
to constitute
magnitude
mains sup-
on a
1363
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
This
operates
220-240V~,50/60Hz.
WIRING: This DVD receiver is
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
of
a
risk of electric
shock to persons.
plug
removed from the mains lead
destroyed.
A mains
with bared wires is hazardous if inserted in
a
plug
mains
socket.
The exclamation
within
point
is intended to alert the
an
equilateral triangle
to the presence of
user
and maintenance
important operating
instructions in the literature
(servicing)
accompanying the
appliance.
Do not connect either wire to the earth
the letter E
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELEC-
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
such
as a
book
case or
equipment
in
a
confined space
similar unit.
plug,
or
a
pin,
13
or
or
5 amp
coloured
fuse, either
at the distribution board.
in accordance with the
BLUE:
marked with
symbol
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead
-
WARNING: Do not install this
with the earth
green or green and yellow.
If any other plug is fitted, use
in the
TRIC
or
following
are
coloured
codes:
NEUTRAL, BROWN: LIVE
-
As the colours of
the wires in the mains lead of this DVD receiver may
not correspond with the coloured marking indentifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire
which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N
or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected
to the terminal which
is marked with the letter L
or
coloured red.
CAUTION:
This
To
Digital
ensure
manual
Video Disc Receiver
proper
carefully
use
of this
Use of
and retain for future
controls, adjustments
specified
a
Laser
product, please
require maintenance, contact
see service procedure.
other than those
employs
reference, should the unit
authorized service location-
an
or
System.
read this owner's
the
performance
of
procedures
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
apparatus shall
or
such
vases, shall be
as
splashing
and that
dripping
This
placed
product
73/23/EEC.
exposed to water,
objects filled with liquids,
on
the
apparatus.
is manufactured to
radio interference
DIRECTIVE
not be
no
requirements
comply
with the
of EEC
89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and
Notes
copyrights:
by
law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast
via cable,
play in public, or rent copyright material without
permission.
This product is equipped with copy protection measures
developed by Macrovision. Copy protection signals are recorded on some discs. When recording these discs on a VCR,
picture noise will appear during playback.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that
is protected by certain U.S. patent claims 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 found
on
the back of
this unit. This number is
unique to this unit and not available
others. You should record requested information here and
retain this guide as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model No.
Serial No.
2
on
It is forbidden
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Table of Contents
MarkerSearch.......................22
Introduction
SafetyPrecautions.........................2
SpecialDVDFeatures....................22
TitleMenu..........................22
TableofContents..........................3
DiscMenu..........................22
BeforeUse..............................4-5
CameraAngle.......................22
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ChangingtheAudioLanguage.
PlayableDiscs...........................4
Precautions.............................5
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AboutSymbols..........................5
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FrontPanelandDisplayWindow.
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Subtitles...........................22
NotesonDiscs..........................5
OperationwithAudioCDandMP3Disc.
PlayinganAudioCDandMP3Disc.
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Pause.............................23
RemoteControl............................7
MovingtoanotherTrack...............23
RepeatTrack/All/Off...................23
RearPanel................................8
Search.............................23
Preparation
Random...........................23
Connections............................9-11
ConnectingtoaTV.......................9
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ConnectingtoOptionalEquipment.
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AntennaConnections.....................10
SpeakerSystemConnection...............11
SpeakerPositioning......................11
BeforeOperation..........................12
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MiniGlossaryforSoundMode.
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RepeatA-B.........................23
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ChangingtheAudioChannel.
ProgrammedPlayback.....................24
Programmed Playback with Audio CD
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SoundLevel............................13
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andMP3Disc..........................24
RepeatProgrammedTracks
ErasingaTrackfromProgramLIst.
ErasingtheCompleteProgramList.
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SoundMode...........................13
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AdditionalInformation.....................25
LastConditionMemory...................25
TestTone..............................13
ScreenSaver...........................25
DelayTimeSetting.......................14
Setting the delay time in the Dolby Digital
.14
andDolbyProLogic(II)mode.
GeneralExplanation......................15
On-ScreenDisplay.......................15
InitialSettings........................16-17
Initial Settings General Operation.
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Language..........................16
VideoModeSetting......................25
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NotesonMP3Discs.....................25
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Picture.............................16
Reference
Troubleshooting........................26-27
LanguageCodeList.......................28
CountryCodeList.........................29
Specification.............................30
ParentalControl......................17
About the
Operation
Indicates hazards
OperationwithRadio....................18-19
Presettingtheradiostations................18
Listeningtotheradio.....................18
19
Reception of RDS (Radio Data System) Stations
SleepTimerSetting......................19
.
symbols
itself
.
Dimmer...............................19
or
for instructions
harm to the unit
likely to cause
damage.
other material
Indicates
special operating
Indicates
tips
and hints for
features of this unit.
making
the task easier.
Mute.................................19
UsingHeadphoneJack...................19
Selectinginputsource....................19
OperationwithDVD.....................20-22
PlayingaDVD.........................20
GeneralFeatures........................20
MovingtoanotherTITLE...............20
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Moving to another CHAPTER/TRACK
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SlowMotion.........................20
Still Picture and
Frame-by-Frame Playback
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Search.............................21
Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories.
Logic", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished
works. Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights
"Dolby",
"Pro
reserved.
Manufactured under license from
Digital
Theater
Systems,
Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents
issued and pending. "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are
trademarks of Digital Theater
1996
Digital
Theater
Systems,
Systems, Inc. Copyright
Inc. All rights reserved.
Repeat............................21
RepeatA-B.........................21
TimeSearch........................21
Zoom..............................22
3
INTRODUC
Before Use
Playable
Disc-related terms
Discs
Title
The main film content
(8cm/12cmdisc)
or
you to locate it
(8cm/12cmdisc)
In
addition, this unit
can
or
play
a
CD-R
or
or
accompanying
feature content
additional feature content, or music album.
Each title is assigned a title reference number
Audio CD
contains audio titles
(DVD only)
DVD
CD-RW that
MP3 files.
enabling
easily.
Chapter (DVD only)
Sections of a picture
or a
musical
piece
that
are
smaller
than titles.
A title is
Notes
--
Depending
ment
or
on
the conditions of the
the CD-R/RW disc
discs cannot be
--
The unit cannot
no
data,
itself,
recording equip-
some
played on the unit.
play the CD-R/RW
CD-R/RW
discs that contain
contain different kinds of formatted data
or
other than MP3 and CD-DA data.
--
--
Do not attach any seal or label to either side
labeled side or the recorded side) of a disc.
use irregular shaped CDs (e.g., heart-shaped
octagonal). It may result in malfunctions.
Notes
on
DVDs
Some
playback operations of DVDs may be intentionally fixed by software manufacturers. As this unit plays
DVDs according to disc content designed by the software manufacturer, some playback features of the unit
may not be available, or other functions may be added.
Refer also to the instructions supplied with the DVDs.
Some DVDs made for business purposes may not be
played on the unit.
Regional
code of the DVD receiver and DVDs
This DVD receiver is
designed and manufactured for
playback of region "2" encoded DVD software. The
region code on the labels of some DVD discs indicates
which type of receiver can play those discs. This
unit can play only DVD discs labeled "2 or
"ALL". If you try to play any other discs, the
2
message "Check Regional Code" will appear on
the TV screen. Some DVD discs may not have a region
code label even though their playback is prohibited by
"
area
limits.
Note
When
on
DTS-encoded CD's
playing
DTS-encoded
CD's,
an
excessive audio
level may be heard from the analog stereo output. To
avoid possible damage to the audio system, turn down
the volume before
playing back such discs, adjust the
gradually, and keep the volume level low. To
enjoy DTS Digital SurroundTM playback, an external 5.1
channel DTS Digital SurroundTM decoder system must
be connected to the digital output of the unit.
volume
4
Track
is
CD only)
picture or a musical piece on an audio
track is assigned a track number, enabling
(Audio
Sections of
CD. Each
(the
Do not
or
composed of one or several chapters. Each
assigned a chapter number, enable you to
locate the chapter you want. Depending on the disc, no
chapters may be recorded.
chapter
a
you to locate the track you want.
Before Use
(Cont'd)
Precautions
Notes
the unit
Handling
on
Handling
shipping the unit
original shipping carton and packing materials
come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the
unit as it was originally packed at the factory.
Discs
discs
When
Do not touch the
The
Hold the disc
get
on
by
playback side of the disc.
edges so that fingerprints
the
will not
INTRODUC
the surface.
Do not stick paper
or
tape
the disc.
on
When
setting the unit
picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR, or radio
may be distorted during playback. In this case, position
The
the unit away from the TV, VCR,
unit after removing the disc.
or
radio,
or
turn off the
Storing
To
Do not
near
discs
the surface clean
keep
insecticide spray,
the unit. Do not leave rubber of plastic products in
use
volatile
contact with the unit for
leave marks
such
liquids,
a
as
long period
of time.
They
will
Do not install the unit in
or
a
confined space, such
store the disc in its
case.
as there may be a considerable
increase inside the car.
Installing
bookcase
playing,
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of
heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct sun-
light,
the surface.
on
After
as a
built-in cabinet.
Allow
adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat
buildup.
Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets,
etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may
Cleaning
temperature
discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor picquality and sound distortion. Before playing, clean
the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from the centure
ter out.
block the ventilation slots.
Do not install the unit
heat
near
sources
such
as
radi-
ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
ators
or
Do not
air
place heavy objects
on
the unit.
the unit
Cleaning
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine,
thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
To clean the cabinet
Use
a
use a
soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces
soft cloth
solution. Do not
benzine,
or
lightly
moistened with
a
extremely dirty,
mild detergent
strong solvents, such
use
thinner,
are
as
these
as
might damage
alcohol,
Symbols
About the
a
clear
picture
a high-tech, precision
The DVD receiver is
"
device. If the
lens and disc drive parts are dirty
down, the picture quality will be poor.
optical pick-up
worn
About
Regular inspection
and maintenance
after every 1,000 hours of
operating environment.)
For details, please contact
use.
are
records.
vinyl
the surface
of the unit.
To obtain
spray intended for older
or
recommended
(This depends
on
symbol display
"
may appear on the TV
This icon means the function
manual is not available
About the disc
the
on
symbols
A section whose title has
your nearest dealer.
applicable only
DVD
CD
MP3
during operation.
explained in this owner's
that specific DVD video disc.
screen
for instructions
of the following symbols
represented by the symbol.
one
to the disc
DVD
Audio CDs
MP3 disc
5
is
Front Panel and
Display
Window
SKIP/SEARCH
STOP
(TUNING/SKIP)
(MEMORY/CLEAR)
buttons
button
PAUSE button
PLAY button
OPEN/CLOSE button
ENTER
(RDS)
button
VOLUME controller
MONO/STEREO button
PHONES connector
FM/AM button
FUNCTION button
POWER button and indicator
Sound mode
Repeat playback
indicator
mode indicators
RDS indicator
TUNED indicator
SLEEP indicator
PROGRAM indicator
Chapter/Track
number indicator
STEREO indicator
MUTE indicator
Title number indicator
PLAY/PAUSE indicator
Angle
Disc indicator
6
icon indicator
Total
playing time/Elapsed time/
Frequency/Delay time/Volume etc.
indicators
MEMORY indicator
Remote Control
MUTE button
FM/AM button
POWER button
INTRODUC
VIDEO 1/2 buttons
CD/DVD button
TEST TONE button
OPEN/CLOSE button
?
LEVEL button
?
DELAY button
BY-PASS button
NUMBER buttons
SOUND MODE button
PL II
DOLBY PROLOGIC II button
REPEAT button
?
PROGRAM button
MARKER button
?
SLEEP button
?
CLEAR button
?
REPEAT A-B button
SEARCH button
SLOW
SCAN(+/-)
buttons
VOLUME
(+/-)
buttons
MENU button
SET UP button
Use the MENU button to
display
ARROW buttons
For
use
on a
in
GUI
MENU
highlighting
menu
a
selection
screen, TITLE and
DISPLAY button
button
?
PAUSE button
STOP button
?
PLAY button
SUBTITLE(S-TITLE)
(Q / R)
buttons
SKIP
screen
/
)
buttons
about two seconds for
Use the TITLE button to
the title
(
Press and hold button for
TITLE button
on
DVD video
ZOOM button
ENTER button
ed
menu screen
AUDIO button
RETURN button
display
on
discs.
screen.
PRESET -/+
the
included
search function.
includ-
DVD video discs.
ANGLE button
DIMMER button
Remote Control
Remote control
Operation Range
Point the remote control at the remote
sensor
and press
the buttons.
Distance: About 23 ft
remote
Angle:
remote
(7 m)
from the front of the
AAA AAA
sensor
battery
installation
Detach the
battery
the remote
control, and insert
cover on
(size AAA) batteries
aligned correctly.
with
the
rear
of
two R03
and
About 30° in each direction of the front of the
sensor
Caution
Do not mix old and
new
batteries. Never mix different
types of batteries (standard, alkaline, etc.).
7
Rear Panel
FM 75Ω Coaxial Antenna Connector
AM Antenna Connectors
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(Y
Pb
(Input/Output)
(Input)
Pr)
Connectors
Connectors
Connectors
WOOFER OUT Connector
SPEAKER Connectors
Connect to
an
50/60Hz outlet
OPTICAL IN
S-VIDEO OUT
POWER CORD
AC
Connector
Connector
220-240V,
only.
VIDEO OUT SELECTOR
MONITOR OUT
Switch
Connector
Refer to
below**.
explanation
VIDEO SELECTOR Switch
Refer to
Dust
protection
explanation
*
cap
Remove the dust
protection cap from the OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT jack and connect the optical digital cable
(not supplied) securely
so
that the
configurations of
Keep the dust
below*.
VIDEO SELECTOR switch
You
enjoy
can
NTSC
or
PAL discs
by setting the
appropriate
VIDEO SELECTOR switch to choose the
system.
both the cable and the connector match.
PAL:
Select when DVD receiver is connected with
protection cap and always reattach the cap when not
using the connector to protect against dust intrusion.
NTSC:
Select when DVD receiver is connected with
AUTO:
Select when DVD receiver is connected with
PAL-TV.
NTSC-TV.
Multi
Dust
?
protection
cap
system TV.
When the selected
coincide with the
picture
?
Set
may not be
System
Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear
panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent
damage to the unit.
displayed.
Select switch when the power is turned
**
VIDEO OUT SELECTOR Switch
Select either S-VIDEO OUT
OUT, depending
on
Receiver to the TV.
Caution
When you select the function mode to VIDEO1 using the
VIDEO1 button on the remote control, the signal is output
speakers,
but not from the VIDEO1
VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT L/R connectors.
8
Select switch does not
off.
Caution
from the front L/R
System
system of your TV, normal color
or
COMPONENT VIDEO
how you connected the DVD
Connections
Connecting
to a TV
Rear of TV
AUDIO/VIDEO Cable
COMPONENT
VIDEO
OUT
(Supplied)
S-VIDEO
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
INPUT
Pr
T
Y
Pb
VIDEO
INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
L
R
PREATION
L
Back of the DVD receiver
SCART-RCA
Adaptor
TV/MONITOR
S
(SCART type)
Make
one of the following connections, depending
capabilities of your existing equipment.
When using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks,
on
the
set the VIDEO OUT SELECTOR switch to COMPO-
NENT. When
using
the S-VIDEO OUT
jack,
AV
C
S-Video connection
Connect the S-VIDEO OUT
1
Receiver to the S-Video in
optional
set the
VIDEO OUT SELECTOR switch to S-VIDEO.
2
Connect the Left and
to
on
your TV and other equipment you wish
are various ways you could connect
connect, there
the
player.
Use
one
of the connections described
below.
Please refer to the manuals of your TV, VCR, Stereo
System or other devices as necessary to make the
best connections.
Component
Make
sure
the DVD Receiver is connected
--
directly
Video
supplied
jacks of
left/right jacks on
in
audio cables.
(Color Stream )
connection
2
corresponding
the TV
Y Pb Pr cable
using
an
optional
Connect the Left and
Right
AUDIO OUT
the DVD Receiver to the audio
(A) using
the
jacks on
jacks on
(C).
in
supplied
jacks of
left/right jacks on
in
audio cables.
to
your TV.
Do not connect your DVD Receiver to TV via your
VCR. The DVD image could be distorted by the copy
input
AUDIO OUT
the DVD Receiver to the
the TV
the TV. Select the correct AV
Right
Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
1
Caution
--
the
(A) using
the
(S).
the DVD Receiver to the audio
the TV
Tips
Depending
S-Video cable
jack on the DVD
jack on the TV using
on
protection system.
Tip
If you want to connect the DVD receiver to a TV
with SCART socket, use the supplied SCARTRCA
adaptor (T).
Video connection
1
Connect the MONITOR OUT
jack
Receiver to the video in
on
video cable
2
jack
supplied (V).
Connect the Left and
Right
(A) using
the
the DVD
using
AUDIO OUT
supplied
the
Notes
The
signal
of S-VIDEO OUT
jack
will
output only
when the function mode is selected to CD/DVD.
the DVD Receiver to the audio
the TV
on
the TV
jacks of
left/right in jacks on
audio cables.
When you connect the DVD receiver to your TV, be
sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from
the wall outlet before making any connections.
9
Connections
Connecting
to
(Cont'd)
Optional Equipment
Connect
a
TV(Monitor)
Connect
a
VCR to the VIDEO 1 connectors.
to the MONITOR OUT
Connect
a
additional VCR to the VIDEO 2 connectors.
Connect
an
optical output
of DVD Receiver
or
S-VIDEO OUT connector.
(or Digital
Device
etc)
to the OPTICAL IN connector.
Additional VCR
IN
VCR
OUT
IN
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
To AUDIO/
AUDIO
(L)
AUDIO
(L)
AUDIO
(R)
AUDIO
(R)
VIDEO OUT
To AUDIO/
To AUDIO/VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
To AUDIO/
VIDEO OUT
To AUDIO/VIDEO IN
(VIDEO 1)
(VIDEO 2)
To AUDIO/
VIDEO IN
(VIDEO 1)
OPTICAL
DVD
Player (or Digital Device, etc)
Notes
When you select the function mode to VIDEO 1, a video signal is not output at the jack.
If the audio format of the digital output does not match the capabilities of your receiver, the receiver will
strong, distorted sound
a
or no
sound at all.
Antenna Connections
Connect the
supplied FM/AM antennas
loop antenna to the
Connect the AM
for
listening
to the radio.
AM antenna connector.
Connector the FM wire antenna to the FM 75Ω coaxial connector.
AM
loop
antenna
(supplied)
FM wire antenna
(supplied)
Notes
To
prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop
Be
sure
After
10
antenna away from the DVD Receiver and other
fully extend the FM wire antenna.
connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it
to
as
horizontal
as
possible.
component.
produce
Connections
(Cont'd)
Speaker System Connection
Connect the
speaker
speakers using the supplied
by matching the colors of
cords
the terminals and those of the cords. To
obtain the best
possible surround sound,
speaker parameters (distance,
level, etc.).
PREATION
the
adjust
Notes
Be
to match the speaker cord to
appropriate terminal on the components:+to+and--to--.Ifthe
sure
the
cords
reversed, the sound will be
are
distorted and will lack base.
If you use front
maximum input
carefully to avoid
the speakers.
ume
put
speakers with low
rating, adjust the volexcessive out-
on
Do not disassemble the front
cover
of
supplied speaker.
If you feel lack of bass
frequency
Connect
an
active subwoofer
to the WOOFER OUT
connector
audio cord
using a monaural
(not supplied).
When you connect an active
subwoofer, disconnect the
woofer from the WOOFER
speaker
connector.
Speaker Positioning
In the
of normal
case
If you want to
subwoofer.
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?
play
position
use
the 6
the excellent bass
Front speakers
According to your listening position
between speakers to 45 degree.
Center
front
speakers,
set up the
speakers
for
equal
speaker, 2 rear speakers and subwoofer).
Dolby Digital surround, you should connect a
center
or
distance. And
by hearing position
height.
But
speakers
normally place it
and front
speakers
above
below the televi-
or
are
Subwoofer
sion.
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Center
Rear
speakers
Place left and right
ers
Front
behind the
recreate sound motion
listening area. These speakand atmosphere required for sur-
round sound
playback. For best results, do not install the
speakers too far behind the listening position and install
rear
them at
or
above the level of the listener's
effective to direct the
to further
In the
the
disperse
case
rear
set the
set up the interval
speaker
It is ideal that the center
same
speakers (2
sound, DTS digital surround
of
a
speakers
towards
a
It is also
wall
or
Front
Speaker
(Right)
Rear
Rear
Speaker
(Left)
Speaker
(Right)
ceiling
the sound.
smaller
wall set the
rear
rear
ears.
Speaker
(Left)
Speaker
room
rear
speakers
size, if the audience is near to
each other, and
speakers opposite
above 60
-
90
cm
than the listener's
ears.
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Speaker Positioning Example
Subwoofer
This
can
be
placed
in any front
position.
11
Before
Mini
Operation
Glossary
for Sound Mode
Allows you to enjoy 5.1(or 6) discrete channels of high quality digital audio from DTS program sources bearing the
trademark such as discs, DVD and compact discs, etc. DTS Digital Surround delivers up to 6 channels of transpar-
audio(which means 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.
ent
The
surround format lets you
Dolby Digital
program source. If you play DVDs with
cy, and improved dynamic range.
When
playing recordings
enjoy
""
of live music and
up to 5.1 channels of
mark, you
can
enjoy
digital
even
classic, this mode provides
a
surround sound from
better sound
feeling
a Dolby Digital
quality, greater spatial accura-
similar to
actually being
in
a
small
concert hall.
When
playing recordings
of live music and
classic, this mode provides
a
feeling
similar to
actually being
in
a
large
con-
cert hall.
This mode
provides
a
three dimensional effect similar to that of movie theater.
(II)
Logic II creates five full-bandwidth output channels from two-channel sources. 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 tonal colorations.
Pro
Dolby
EMULATION mode:
The Pro
users the same robust surround processing as original Pro Logic, in case
optimum quality, or if there is a desire to hear the program more "as it used to be."
When this mode is used, it is called Pro Logic, as before. There is no "Pro Logic I" mode. The Pro Logic emulation mode is optional. Dolby does not require PLII products to use the original Pro Logic decoding algorithm.
However, if the DSP contains the original Pro Logic code, and if the product maker would like to use it, this is
quite acceptable and even encouraged. A product must not offer both original Pro Logic and the Pro Logic emula-
the
Logic
source
Emulation mode offers
content is not of
tion mode.
MOVIE mode:
The Movie mode is for
is enhanced soundfield
use
with stereo television shows and all programs encoded in Dolby Surround. The result
that approaches the quality of discrete 5.1-channel sound.
directionality
MUSIC mode:
The Music mode is for
use with any stereo music recordings, and provides a wide and deep sound space. The
Music mode includes controls that allow the sound to be tailored to individual listening tastes.
VIRTUAL mode:
The Virtual mode is
a virtual process for speaker use. However,
produce the intended result. For those virtualizers,
Movie mode may give the best surround effect. Virtual mode is designed to be used with the virtual process
developed by Dolby Laboratories. The Pro Logic II mode should be called only "Pro Logic II" so the Virtual name
can be reserved to describe the speaker virtualization process itself.
there
might
be
usually
some
used when Pro
Logic
II is connected to
virtualizers for which this mode does not
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
SURROUND OFF
reception
may be
simply
to force the audio to
mono.
(2CH STEREO)
Outputs the sound from the front left and right speakers and subwoofer. Standard two channel (stereo) sources
completely bypass the sound field processing. This allows you to play any source using only the front left and right
speakers and subwoofer. You can select SURROUND OFF by pressing BY-PASS on the remote control.
12
Before
Operation (Cont'd)
Sound Mode
You
surround sound
enjoy
pre-programmed
can
of the
(Except AM)
ote
simply by selecting
according to the
one
sound fields
program you want to listen to.
When PCM indicator is
display
Each time you press SOUND MODE button, the sound
changed as the following order;
mode is
→
HALL1
HALL2
→
→
PRO LOGIC
MOVIE
→
EMULATION
→
button, the sound mode of Pro
MUSIC
→
→
sampling frequency,
(sampling fre-
VIRTUAL
→
PREATION
Sound Level
You
1
following order;
tracks with 96kHz
be converted to 48kHz
quency).
THEATER
Each time you press
Logic II is changed as the
play sound
signals will
in the
only displayed
window:
PRO LOGIC
When you
the output
2
can
set the sound level of the desired channel.
Press LEVEL.
The level indicator will appear in the
display
Press
speaker
/
to select
a
Each time you press the
desired
/
window.
to set.
button, it is changed
the
as
following order;
MATRIX
FL
(Front Left) → C (Center) → FR (Front Right) →
(Surround Right) → SL (Surround Left) →
SW (Subwoofer) → FL (Front Left)
On the 2 channel stereo mode, you can only select
the SW (Subwoofer).
SR
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ip
You
select SURROUND OFF
can
pressing
mode
(2CH STEREO)
by
BY-PASS button.
change
can
PRO
(Dolby Digital, DTS,
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.
Each time you press AUDIO button, the sound mode of DVD is
changed as the following order;
and
→→
If
EMULATION
→
→
VIRTUAL
→
MATRIX
A hiss noise
set PRO LOGIC mode to Off
can
comes
out for 2 seconds from each
2
You
speak-
in the
can
adjust
the sound level
→
during operating
the test tone, first press LEVEL then press
/
buttons, so that all speaker's sound level is
same
pressing
TEST
following order;
FL (Front Left) → C (Center) → FR (Front Right)
SR (Surround Right) → SL (Surround Left) →
SW (Subwoofer) → FL (Front Left)
ip
You
by pressing
TONE.
ers
button, the sound mode of Pro
following order;
press LEVEL.
Select the test tone mode
lights.
MUSIC
is
This function allows you can easily adjust the sound
balance of the speakers from the listener's position.
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Each time you press
Logic is changed as the
the sound level of
Test Tone
When DVD is inserted and PRO LOGIC
MOVIE
~
the other channels.
1
→
the sound level of the
to
2-3 and
the sound mode of DVD
LOGIC, etc) by pressing the AUDIO button
indicator
/
selected channel.
When DVD is inserted.
You
Press
adjust
3
(-6dB +6dB)
Repeat step
adjust
4
5 setting complete,
from the listener's
position.
?
During operating the test tone, if you adjust the sound
level, it will be paused in the current speaker channel.
If
setting
(2CH STEREO) by
disap-
BY-PASS button and the PRO LOGIC indicator
pears.
3
is
complete,
press TEST TONE.
For your reference
?
The DVD Receiver memorizes the last mode set-
tings
?
for each
source individually.
identify the encoding format
software by looking at its packaging.
Dolby Digital discs are labeled with the
Dolby Surround encoded programs are
the
logo.
DTS Digital Surround discs are marked
You
-
-
-
can
of program
logo.
labeled with
with DTS.
13
Before
Delay
In
Operation (Cont'd)
Time
Dolby Digital
Ex)
Setting
Dolby
or
er
Pro
Logic
mode it is assumed
that the distance from the listener to each of the
ers
is
If not then
equal.
center
or rear
neously by
speakers
setting
the
delay
speak-
times of the
the sound will be heard simulta-
the listener.
The interval from the
to the listener. If the dis-
speakers
tance from the listener to each
speakers is same, in the
Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic mode the delay time
of each speakers is as following.
Dolby Digital mode
Center delay time : 0ms
Rear delay time: 5ms
In Dolby Pro Logic mode
Center delay time : cannot setting
Rear delay time : 15-30ms
If the rear delay time is set in Dolby Digital mode, in the
Dolby Pro Logic mode the delay time will be automatically set.
The delay time is 1 msec per 30 cm.
If the center and rear speakers are further than the front
speakers from the listener, the delay time will be at min-
If the distance from the front
speakers to the listenspeaker to the listener is
is 3m and from the center
2.4m, the
center
3m
2.4m
(DF)
(A)
-
60cm
=
/ 30cm
60cm
time is 2msec.
delay
(DC)
(A)
2msec
=
Setting the delay time in the Dolby
Digital and Dolby Pro Logic (II) mode
1
In
Press DELAY.
The current surround
play
window.
You
can
in the
select center
Press
3
If
/
setting
to
is
delay time by pressing
only.
/
mode
Dolby Digital
2
time appears in the dis-
delay
change
the
complete,
time.
delay
press DELAY.
Notes
You
adjust the center delay time only
delay time appears.
can
in the
Dolby Digital
mode and its
imum.
Surround
time
delay
Center Width (MUSIC
setting
If the distance of DS is
equal to or longer than the DF in
figure, set the Surround Delay Time as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the below.
Ex) If the distance from front speakers to the listener is
the left
(A)
L
R
C
DC
DF
SL
SR
Dolby
II
Logic
only)
posispeaker and the left/right
speakers over a range of eight steps. Step "3" uses a
combination of all three front speakers to give the best
vocal imaging and most seamless soundstage presentation, and is recommended for most recordings. Step
"0" places all center sound in the center speaker. Step
"7" places all center sound equally in the left/right
speakers, just as in conventional stereo.
mode of
This control allows the
user
Dolby
to
be useful to
the
help
speakers with
either too much
Pro
Logic
II
only)
gradually adjust
soundfield either towards the front
(B)
Pro
tioned between the center
DIMENSE (MUSIC
SW
DS
mode of
This control allows center-channel sounds to be
or
the
rear.
the
This
can
achieve the desired balance from all
or
certain
recordings that may contain
spatial effect. Step "0" is the
too little
recommended
3
m
and from
speakers from the listener is 1.5 m,
Digital mode the rear delay time is 5 msec.
in the
rear
Dolby
3m (DF)
1.5m (DS)
1.5m (B)
1.5m (B)
150cm / 30cm
5msec
=
In
Dolby
~
~
PANORAMA (MUSIC
(Surround delay time):
14
for-
the sound
15msec
~
setting
elements in the
15msec
delay
time
mode of
Dolby
Pro
Logic
II
only)
to include
the surround
setting
(Dolby Digital
mode
only)
to the distance of DC in
equal
figure, set the Center Delay Time as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the table
below.
move
image
speakers for an exciting "wraparound"
effect with side-wall imaging. It is particularly effective
for recordings which have strong left- or right-channel
25msec
~
If the distance of DF is
the left
--3
This control extends the front stereo
25msec
Virtual: cannot
Center
II
Logic
Emulation: 10
Movie: 10
Matrix: 0
ward, and steps --1, --2, and
=
Pro
Music: 0
setting, which has no effect on the
Steps 1, 2, and 3 gradually move the sound
towards the surrounds.
=
-
sound.
tuated
by
mix,
as
these
are
the Panorama process.
detected and
accen-
Before
Operation (Cont'd)
Before
using
the remote
control, press the DVD
button to select the device to be
General
This manual
or
TV
operated.
Temporary
On-Screen
Display
The
TV
general playback
screen.
2
on
or
title
can
the
an
number).
For
some
item.
setting
functions,
setting.
Feedback Field Icons
PREATION
Title
AB
Repeat
A-B
OFF
Repeat
Off
the disc.
Resume
Action
be displayed on the
changed on the menu.
of
setting
be also be used for
Repeat Chapter
CHAPT
play
from this
prohibited
or
point
not available
can
be
can
Notes
Some discs may not
provide all of the features on the
display example shown below.
If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the on-screen
display disappears.
display operation
Press DISPLAY
Press
status
Some items
On-screen
1
is not available
(e.g.,
Repeat
TITLE
operating
the DVD 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
or
change
press ENTER to execute the
the basic instructions for
the DVD Receiver
to
or
The number buttons
numbers
Explanation
gives
Press
3
Caution:
on-screen
during playback.
to select
The selected item will be
an
item.
highlighted.
DVD
Items
Function (Press
Title Number
Number
language
Digital Audio
Output mode
0:16:57
1
ENG
and
Subtitle
Angle
language
titles,
1/12
Time search
Audio
to select desired
item)
Shows the current title number and total number of
1/3
Chapter
/
D
6CH
OFF
1/1
and
skip
to the desired title number.
Shows the current
chapters,
and
Shows the
search the
skips
chapter
chapter
number.
elapsed playing time, and
point by the elapsed time directly.
channel
Shows the current subtitles
changes
the
and
and
angle number and total
changes the angle number.
/
,or
Numeric, ENTER,SKIP
/
AUDIO
/
setting.
Shows the current
angles,
language,
number, and
language,
,or
Numeric, ENTER
Shows the current audio soundtrack
encoding method and
changes the setting.
/
Numeric, ENTER
number and total number of
to the desired
Selection Method
S-TITLE
number of
/
ANGLE
15
Before
Initial
You
Operation (Cont'd)
set your
can
Menu
Settings
Select
Personal Preferences
own
on
the
player.
Initial
Settings
General
you
Language
a
see
Operation
The
setup
appears.
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Country
TV
English
Spanish
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Code
Chinese
TV
Hungarian
Russian
Aspect
nected.
Language
DVD
Displays
/
selected
3
4
will show the current
item,
as
well
as
/
setting
setting(s).
selected, press
to select the desired
a
with
Displays pictures cropped to fill
sides of the picture are cut off.
16:9 Wide: Select when
a
Disc Audio
4:3 Letterbox
Disc Subtitle
4:3 Panscan
Press ENTER to confirm your
selection.
Disc Menu
16:9 Wide
Some items
TV
Press
5 setup
require
additional
SETUP, RETURN
steps.
PLAY to exit the
or
menu.
Language
Disc
Language
Select
language
a
DVD
for the disc's
Menu, Audio and
Subtitle.
original language set for the disc is selected.
language, press number buttons to
enter the corresponding 4-digit number according to the language code list on page 28. If you enter the wrong language
Original
Other
:
:
The
To select another
code, press CLEAR.
Disc Audio
Original
Disc Subtitle
English
Disc Menu
French
Rating
German
Country
TV
Code
Aspect
Menu
Language
Spanish
Italian
Chinese
Polish
Hungarian
Russian
Other------------
16
Rating
Country
Code
Aspect
Menu
Language
your TV
con-
bars
conscreen.
16:9 wide TV is connected.
,
setting.
masking
standard 4:3 TV is
nected.
Either
alternate
While the desired item is
then
for the
standard 4:3 TV is
images
picture.
4:3 Panscan: Select when
to select the desired item.
screen
a
theatrical
above and below the
Press
Italian
4:3 Letterbox: Select when
Other------------
The
Code
Picture
Italian
Language
Polish
2
menu
Spanish
Aspect
Menu
This is the
Aspect
Menu
Disc Audio
menu.
Disc Subtitle
TV
menu
setup
Disc Audio
Country
Press SETUP.
1
for the
language
when you press SETUP.
Before
Operation (Cont'd)
Parental Control
Rating
Movies
DVDs may contain
on
scenes
not suitable for
Therefore, discs may contain Parental Control
information that
certain
DVD
Enter the code of
DVD
children.
Code
Country
to the
applies
scenes on
complete
the disc. These
disc
Code
(See "Country
from 1 to 8, and alternatively, more suitable scenes
available for selection on some discs. Ratings are
to have certain discs
played
Disc Audio
8
Disc Subtitle
7
Disc Menu
Code
Country
TV
Aspect
Menu
Language
scenes.
Select
1
/
Code
Country
buttons
on
the
using
setup
the
menu.
5
Country
Code
4
Aspect
Menu
PREATION
US
Rating
are
6
Rating
TV
with alternative
Code Set
Disc Menu
country dependent. The Parental Control feature allows
you to prevent discs from being played by your children
or
were
to the list
List", page 29.).
Disc Subtitle
rated
whose standards
disc, referring
Disc Audio
to
or
scenes are
country/area
a
used to rate the DVD video
3
Language
2
2
While
3
Follow
4
Select the first character
Country
Code is
selected, press
.
1
Unlock
Change
1
Select
"Rating"
and
buttons.
2
While
3
When you have not entered a password yet;
Enter a 4-digit password using the numerical buttons
"Rating"
to create
a
on
is
the
Setup
menu
selected, press
using
the
5
.
personal 4-digit security password, then
4-digit password again
press ENTER. And enter the
and press ENTER to verify.
When you have already entered a password;
Enter a 4-digit password using the numerical buttons to confirm the
personal 4-digit security
pass-
word, then press ENTER.
If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER, press
CLEAR and enter 4-digit security password again.
4
Select
a
rating from 1
(1) has the
tons. One
Unlock: If you select
Unlock, Parental Control is
not active. The disc will
Ratings
play
1 to 8: Some discs contain
er,
be
unless
an
alternative
scene
lower
one.
back will
5
not
If
no
change
the
same
on
rating
level in
/
/
buttons.
buttons.
Note
Confirmation of the
the code is
below
4-digit password
changed (see "Changing
is necessary when
the 4-digit code"
).
Changing
the
1
Follow
2
Enter the old
3
Select
4-digit
1-2
steps
as
code
shown above to the left
(Rating).
code, then press ENTER.
Change using
the
/
buttons then press
ENTER.
4
Enter the
5
Enter
6
new
4-digit code,
the
exactly
fy by pressing
same
then press ENTER.
code
a
second time and veri-
ENTER.
Press SETUP to exit the
If you
forget
your
menu.
Press ENTER to confirm your
If you
1
2
forget
your
password,
Press SETUP to
display
to clear the current pass-
the
setup
menu.
Use the Number buttons to enter the
6-digit
number
shown above to the left
(Rating).
"210499."
rating selection,
menu.
code
word, follow the procedure below.
found, play4-digit password
order to play the disc.
then press SETUP to exit the
4-digit
the disc.
must enter the
rating
the
buttons and select
using
or a
suitable alternative is
stop. You
using
/
using
the second character
left.
a
is available
The alternative must have the
or
scenes
rating for the playall disc scenes with the same rating or lower will
played. Higher rated scenes will not be played
cursor
on
Press ENTER to confirm your country code
then press SETUP to exit the menu.
in full.
suitable for children. If you set
Shift the
"Rating"
6 selection,
least
has the most
Eight (8)
using the / butplayback restrictions.
playback restrictions.
to 8
3 of
step
The
3
4-digit password
Enter
a new
code
is cleared.
as
17
Operation
the radio stations
Presetting
You
can
ing,
make
that you have tuned down the volume to
Preset radio stations in the DVD receiver's memory first
radio stations" on the left side).
(see "Presetting
the minimum.
Press FUNCTION
1
or
FM/AM
on
on
the front
panel repeatedly
the remote control until the FM
AM appears in the
display
on
panel for about two seconds until
frequency indication starts to change, then
release.
Scanning stops
when the DVD Receiver tunes in
station. "TUNED" and "STEREO"
appear in the
display
play
(for
stereo
Press PRESET
2 preset
repeatedly
/
to select the
station you want.
Each time you press the button, the DVD receiver tunes in
preset station at a time.
one
a
program)
the volume
by rotating VOLUME on the
by pressing VOLUME + or on the
control repeatedly.
3 Adjustpanel
window.
front
Note
or
-
To turn off the radio
only
appears when the
signal
is FM and
Press POWER to turn the DVD receiver off
stereo.
another function mode
(DVD/CD,
VIDEO 1
or
or
select
VIDEO
2).
Press MEMORY.
4
A
To listen to
preset number will flash in the display window.
non-preset radio stations
Use manual
Press TUNING/SKIP
5
front
panel
or
to select the
on
For manual
preset number you
on
Press MEMORY
6
Repeat steps
To tune in
a
again.
3 to 6 to store other stations.
station with
a
weak
3 to tune in the station
in
manually.
effect.
To
Note
already
been
entered, FULL
mes-
sage will appear in the display window for a moment
and then a preset number will flash. To change the pre-
number, follow the steps
18
5-6
as
above.
or
press and hold TUNING/SKIP
on
the front
noisy
panel so that
display window. There
will be no stereo effect, but the reception will
improve. Press the button again to restore the stereo
"STEREO"
Press and hold MEMORY for about three seconds and
If all stations have
2.
panel.
To clear all the memorized stations
"CLEAR ALL" appears in the display window and then
press MEMORY again, the stations are cleared.
step
for about two seconds
Press MONO/ST.
repeatedly
or
in
panel repeatedly.
tuning,
For your reference
If an FM program is
signal
tuning
press TUNING/SKIP
the front
or
Press TUNING/SKIP
step
automatic
tuning,
For automatic
The station is stored.
7
or
the
want.
set
FM appears in the dis-
The last received station is tuned in.
remote
"Tuned"
or
window.
or
the front
the
Press FM/AM until AM
FM/AM, FM and
Press and hold TUNING/SKIP
3
or
1
window.
And then every time you press
AM changes alternately.
2
to the radio
Listening
30 stations for FM and AM. Before tun-
preset
sure
with Radio
on
the front
disappears
improve reception
Realign the antenna.
in the
with Radio
Operation
(Cont'd)
Reception of RDS (Radio Data System)
Dimmer
Stations
This function will appear in the
ume LED in power-on status.
RDS
(Radio
introduced
Data
System)
is
a
system gradually being
FM in many countries, where by an
inaudible stream of data is transmitted in addition to the
on
normal radio
tion
including
signal.
information and
radio station
1
2
This data contains various informa-
station/ transmitter
a
identification, traffic
list of alternative
being
frequencies
You
desired station
by pressing
Using Headphone
the PRE-
Connect
SETor.
received, the display
The
shows the program
3
name
(PS)
plug
after RDS indicator appears.
Press RDS to recall the
frequency.
a
stereo
only available for FM reception.
(PROGRAM SERVICE) NAME is displayed
matically when a RDS station is received.
Selecting input
source
other units connected to the
VCRs
can use
You
set the DVD receiver to turn off
2
Setting
VIDEO1 ANA: for
automatically
at
time.
AUDIO IN
(L/R)
VIDEO1 DIG:
Press SLEEP to set the desired
play
auto-
connectors
owners
manual
Each time you press this button, the mode of the funcchanges in the following sequence:
Timer
The SLEEP indicator and
or
tion
Sleep
1
when you
or Optical connector.
supplied with the unit for
further information on the operation.
Press VIDEO1 or VIDEO2 repeatedly on the remote
control to select the desired input source.
RDS is
specified
into the
You
Refer to the
The PS
a
display
Jack
headphone plug ( 3.5mm)
speakers are automatically disconnected
in the headphones (not supplied).
VIDEO1, VIDEO2
Notes
can
answer
PHONES connector.
When the RDS transmission is
service
telephone,
to
example,
"MUTE" indicator flashes in the
window.
AM and then
press FM/AM to select FM.
a
Mute
the
or
window and vol-
repeatedly.
Press MUTE to mute your unit.
can mute your unit in order, for
for the
received.
Press FUNCTION to select FM
Select
Press the DIMMER
display
sleep
sleep
time.
time appears in the dis-
Each time you press SLEEP the
in the following order.
setting changes
the
analog signal
from VIDEO1
for
selecting
the
digital signal
from OPTICAL
VIDEO2 ANA: for
selecting
the
analog signal
IN Connector.
AUDIO IN
window.
selecting
& VIDEO IN Connectors.
(L/R)
VIDEO2 DIG:
from VIDEO2
& VIDEO IN Connectors.
for
selecting
the
digital signal
from OPTICAL
IN Connector.
SLEEP120→90→60→50→40→30→20→10→OFF
Note
The
You
can
Optical input function is available only when
Sampling Frequency is 32 48kHz.
other unit's
Notes
check the time
remaining
the
~
before the DVD
receiver turns off.
Press SLEEP. The
display
remaining
time appears in the
window.
19
OPERATION
Operation
Playing
Getting
Switch
on
a
to
with DVD
General Features
DVD
play
Note
DVD
the TV and select the AV
input
Unless
connected
to the DVD receiver.
When you want to enjoy the sound of discs or from
the audio system, turn on the audio system and select
the
input
source
stated, all operations described
remote control
connected to the DVD receiver.
the
using
use.
setup
Moving
Some
operations
are
based
on
be carried out
can
menu.
to another TITLE
DVD
1/3
1
Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc
tray.
When
Load your chosen disc in the
2 facing
with the label
tray,
up.
When a double-sided DVD is inserted, make
the side you want to play is facing up.
3
Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the
READING appears
starts
automatically.
tray.
might
appear
Moving
a
title
on a
more
chapter/track
The
is
want to
buttons to select the
view, then press ENTER
Press TITLE
or
to start
MENU to return to the
can move
to
playback
is
stopped, then
(0-9) to select
disc has
than
as
one
more
than
track, you
one
chapter
can move
or a
to another
follows:
or > 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/track.
To go directly to any chapter during DVD playback,
loading
a
DVD
Use the
title, you
Press SKIP .
displayed
may be displayed first after
DVD which contains a menu.
menu screen
one
1/12
disc has
menu screen
than
to another CHAPTER/TRACK
DVD
When
instead.
When the
more
follows:
as
Press DISPLAY when
the TV screen, and playback
If playback does not start,
menu
disc has
press the appropriate numerical button
a title number.
sure
on
press PLAY.
In some cases, the disc
a
another title
title/chapter
playback.
you
/
to select C
press DISPLAY. Then, press
enter
the
Then,
(chapter).
chapter/track number
menu screen.
the numerical buttons
using
(0-9).
Notes
--
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
(see
Note
For
two-digit numbers,
press the buttons in
rapid
succession.
"Parental
--
--
Control", on page 17).
DVDs may have a region code.
Your player will not play discs that have
different from your
player is 2 (two).
player.
The
region
Slow Motion
a
region
DVD
code
code for this
1 Press SLOW SCAN
The
player
+ or
3
20
during playback.
will enter SLOW mode.
2 Use the SLOW SCAN
t
-
+ or
-
to select the
required
1/16, t 1/8, t 1/4 or t 1/2 (backward),
speed:
or T 1/16, T 1/8, T 1/4 or T 1/2 (forward).
To exit slow motion mode, press PLAY.
Operation
with DVD
General Features
Still Picture and
(Cont'd)
Repeat
(cont'd)
The
2 You
A*
Frame-by-frame playback
DVD
To
1 Press PAUSE
can
during playback.
go into PAUSE mode.
advance the picture frame by frame
player
pressing
will
repeatedly
on
AB
repeat
a
OFF
sequence in
A- appears
by
briefly
A-B appears
DVD
onds
> for about two
or
will
now
at your chosen end
point.
the TV screen, and the repeat sequence
appears on the player's display).
briefly
on
Time Search
go into SEARCH mode.
2 Press and hold SKIP .
or > repeatedly to select
required speed: mX2, mX4, mX16, mX100
(backward) or MX2, MX4, MX16, MX100 (forward).
the
3 To exit SEARCH
again
starting point.
screen.
sec-
during playback.
player
title:
3 To cancel the sequence, press REPEAT A-B.
1 Press and hold SKIP .
The
a
the TV
on
2 Press REPEAT A-B
the remote control.
begins (a-b repeat
Search
DVD
1 Press REPEAT A-B at your chosen
now
PAUSE
A-B
mode, press PLAY.
0:16:57
DVD
-:--:--
The Time Search function allows you to start
any chosen time on the disc.
1 Press DISPLAY
play
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.
Repeat
DVD
1 To
TITLE
the
3 Within 10
currently playing chapter,
the
press
2 To
Repeat Chapter
icon appears
on
the TV
repeat the title currently playing, press REPEAT
The
Repeat
3 To exit
The
Title icon appears
Repeat mode,
Repeat
on
the TV
screen.
press REPEAT
Off icon appears
to select the Time
display.
on
the TV
a
third time.
use
the numerical buttons to enter
start time. Enter
right
hours, minutes and
sec-
in the box.
If you enter the wrong numbers, press CLEAR to remove the
numbers you entered. Then enter the correct numbers.
screen.
second time.
seconds,
required
onds from left to
REPEAT.
The
/
on-screen
The "-:--:--" appears in the Time Search box.
OFF
Repeat Chapter/Title/Off
repeat
seconds, press
Search icon in the
CHAPT
-
2 Within 10
DVD
a
4 Within 10
seconds, press ENTER
to confirm the start
time.
Playback
an
invalid
starts from the selected time
on
the disc. If you enter
time, playback will continue from the
current
point.
screen.
21
OPERATION
Operation
with DVD
General Features
Zoom
(Cont'd)
(cont'd)
DVD
1 Press ZOOM
during playback
or
still
playback
Menus
to acti-
vate the Zoom function.
If you press ZOOM repeatedly, the
increases up to six times.
2 Use the
buttons to
move
through
DVDs may contain menus that allow you to access special features. To use the disc menu, press MENU. Then,
press the appropriate numerical button to select an
item. Or, use the
buttons
selection, then press ENTER.
Title Menu
normal
resume
playback
or
Note
The
zoom
2 The
DVDs.
some
multi-angle
3 To
a
menu, the
Otherwise, the disc
menu can
and subtitle
scenes.
Marker Search
DVD
If the current title has
function may not work for
function may not work on
your
1 Press TITLE.
screen.
zoom
highlight
return to
paused image.
The
to
the
picture.
3 Press CLEAR to
the
level
magnification
DVD
the contents of DVD discs:
Checking
The Zoom function allows you to enlarge the video
image and to move through the enlarged image.
zoomed
DVD Features
Special
list
menu
menu
will appear
the
angles, spoken language
chapters for the title.
camera
options,
and
the title menu, press TITLE
remove
on
may appear.
again.
DVD
DVD
Disc Menu
MARKER SEARCH
1/9
1 Press MENU.
You
nine
can
points
To enter
1
start
playback
from
memorized
a
point. Up
be memorized.
can
2 To
During disc playback, press MARKER when
playback reaches the spot that you want to
Camera
memorize.
on
the TV
1 to enter up to nine Marker
Repeat step
points
To Recall
a
on a
can
disc
playback,
press SEARCH.
menu
will appear
the
on
2 Within 10
seconds, press / to select
number that you want to recall.
a
screen.
then
change
1
During
3
Marked Scene
disc
playback,
Press
/
want to
erase.
will appear
on
the
Repeat steps
remove
SEARCH.
22
on
the
Language
display.
DVD
D
repeatedly during playback
language or audio track.
to hear
a
dif-
erase
ENG
DVD
Press S-TITLE
repeatedly during playback
languages.
to
see
the
Note
If
2 and 3 to
1
Subtitles
to select the Marker number that you
Press CLEAR.
To
the Audio
appears
screen.
additional Marker
numbers.
5
angle
different subtitle
press SEARCH.
menu
a
ENG
ferent audio
scene.
The Marker number will be erased from the list.
4
1
select
the MARKER SEARCH menu, press
The MARKER SEARCH
2
angle if you wish.
repeatedly during playback to
camera
6CH
SEARCH.
a
the
Press AUDIO
will start from the Marked
remove
1/1
angle.
Changing
Marker
3 Press ENTER.
Playback
DVD
The number of the current
Marked Scene
The MARKER SEARCH
To clear
again.
camera
desired
4 To
Angle
Press ANGLE
During
displayed.
the disc menu, press MENU
If the disc contains sequences recorded from different
angles, the angle icon blinks on the display. You
briefly.
screen
disc.
1
is
menu
remove
mark, follow these steps.
a
The Marker icon will appear
2
The disc
to
the MARKER SEARCH menu, press
appears, the feature is not available
on
the disc.
with Audio CD and MP3 Disc
Operation
Playing
an
Audio CD and MP3 disc
The DVD Receiver
CD-R
CD-ROM,
Before
recordings
on
recordings,
onds
The
read the notes of MP3
page 25.
CD
1 Press and hold SKIP .
CD-RW discs.
or
MP3
playing
Recordings on
MP3 format
play
can
Search
or
> for about two
sec-
during playback.
player
will
now
go into SEARCH mode.
2 Press and hold SKIP .
or
>
to select
repeatedly
OPERATION
the
Insert
1
The
disc and close the
a
menu
CD
tray.
the TV
on
appears
required speed: mX2, mX4, mX8 (backward) or MX2, MX4, MX8 (forward).
screen.
3 Search
MP3
Program
speed
Program
TRACK 1
TRACK 1.MP3
TRACK 2
TRACK 2.MP3
TRACK 3
TRACK 3.MP3
TRACK 4
TRACK 4.MP3
TRACK 5
TRACK 5.MP3
and direction
4 To exit SEARCH
TRACK 7.MP3
TRACK 7
Clear All
TRACK 8
on
the
mode, press PLAY.
Audio CD
00:00
The sound is muted
OFF
1
MP3
menu
Note
Clear All
TRACK 8.MP3
STER.
0:56:35
/
2 Playback
to select
a
track then press PLAY.
starts.
During playback,
the current track's
elapsed playing
time will appear on the display.
Playback will stop at the end of the disc.
To
1
repeat
During
chosen
The
A-B
at any other
a sequence.
disc playback, press REPEAT A-B at your
starting point.
Repeat
"
icon and "A- appears
time, press STOP.
The
Repeat
CD
2 To return to
MP3
menu screen.
at your chosen end point.
on the menu screen,
begins
to
play repeatedly.
Repeat
icon and "OFF" appears
on
the
play,
press
menu screen.
during playback.
press PLAY
playback,
or
press PAUSE
again.
Moving
the
3 To exit the sequence and return to normal
REPEAT A-B again.
The
1 Press PAUSE
again
on
icon and "AB" appears
and the sequence
Pause
SEARCH mode.
CD
2 Press REPEAT A-B
stop playback
during
menu
Repeat
Press
3
indicated
TRACK 6.MP3
TRACK 6
To
are
menu screen.
CD
to another Track
MP3
Press SKIP . or > briefly during
playback to go to the next track or to return
beginning of the current track.
Press SKIP . twice
briefly
step back
to
Changing
the Audio Channel
Press AUDIO
repeatedly during playback to hear a
(STEREO, LEFT or RIGHT).
CD
dif-
ferent audio channel
to the
to the pre-
vious track.
In
case
of audio
CD,
the track number
directly to any track, enter
the numerical buttons (0-9)
to go
using
during playback.
Repeat TRACK/ALL/OFF
1 To
a
MP3
repeat the track currently playing, press REPEAT.
The
2 To
CD
Repeat
repeat
Track icon appears
on
the
all tracks of disc in the
menu screen.
unit, press REPEAT
second time.
The
Repeat
3 To exit
The
All icon appears
Repeat mode,
Repeat
on
the
menu screen.
press REPEAT
Off icon appears
on
the
a
third time.
menu screen.
23
Programmed Playback
Programmed Playback
CD
MP3
with Audio CD
Repeat Programmed
To
and MP3 Disc
repeat the track currently playing, press REPEAT.
The
Program allows you to store your favorite
particular disc in the player memory.
contain 32 tracks
Program can
(MP3 disc).
The
2
is
displayed
on
the TV
or
on
The
60 tracks
tray.
Repeat All
To exit
during playback or in
the Program Edit mode.
the
stop
a
mark will appear to the right of the word
the right side of the menu screen.
Program
E
Press
/
to select
Edit
Program
mode;
4
Repeat step 3
Program list.
place
Audio CD
CD
to
a
place
additional tracks
on
to
/
menu screen.
a
third time.
menu screen.
List
Program
during playback or in
Program Edit mode.
the
move
to the
Program
stop
list.
to select the track that you wish to
Program
the
Program
erase
list.
E
MP3
Program
TRACK 1.MP3
TRACK 8.MP3
TRACK 2
TRACK 8
TRACK 2.MP3
TRACK 2.MP3
TRACK 3
TRACK 10
TRACK 3.MP3
TRACK 4.MP3
TRACK 4
TRACK 3
TRACK 4.MP3
TRACK 3.MP3
TRACK 5
TRACK 5.MP3
TRACK 6
TRACK 6.MP3
TRACK 7
E
Clear All
00:00
1
OFF
.
/
track you selected last is
highlighted
on
to select the track you want to start
Press TITLE to
Press MENU to
move
move
to the next page.
to the
previous
page.
Press PLAY to start.
Playback begins in the order in which you programmed
the tracks and "PROGRAM" appears on the menu screen.
Playback stops after all of the tracks on the Program list
played
steps
List"
as
2 Use
/
Complete Program
once.
1-2 of
"Erasing
a
List
Track from
Program
above.
to select "Clear
complete Program
are
All", then press ENTER.
for the disc will be erased.
also cleared when the disc is removed.
To
resume
normal
playback
from
programmed
Press and hold PROGRAM until "PROGRAM" indicator
the program list.
Press
1 Follow
disappears
TRACK 8.MP3
STER.
programmed
6 playing.
list.
playback
TRACK 7.MP3
Clear All
Press
Program
menu
TRACK 12
0:56:35
the
The programs
MP3
menu
TRACK 8
Erasing
The
TRACK 1
24
the
on
The track will be erased from the
track then press ENTER
the selected track on the Program list.
to
have
the
on
disappear.
3
7
a
4 Press CLEAR.
mark will
The
menu screen.
mark will appear.
2 Press
3 Use
Note
5
Track from
mode to enter the
The
E
Press PROGRAM to exit the
E
the
on
press REPEAT
Off icon appears
1 Press PROGRAM
from the
the
icon appears
Repeat mode,
Repeat
Erasing
screen.
Press PROGRAM
mode to enter
Track icon appears
Repeat
repeat all tracks of program list, press REPEAT
The
menu
The
To
a
second time.
(Audio CD)
Insert the disc and close the
1
tracks for
Tracks
in the
display
window.
Additional Information
Last Condition
DVD
This
Notes
Memory
CD
player
on
MP3 Discs
About MP3
memorizes the last condition for the last
An MP3 file is audio data
disc you have watched. Settings remain in memory
even if you remove the disc from the player or switch off
files that have the
the
The
If you load a disc that has its settings memothe latest stop position is automatically recalled.
player.
rized,
Settings are stored in memory for use any time.
This player does not memorize settings of a disc if
you switch off the player before commencing to play
it.
Screen Saver
Video Mode
With certain
means
Setting
Vertical
interpolation
or
single
not
the video
mode, press and hold DISPLAY
during playback of a disc.
Changed video mode number is displayed on the
screen. Check whether video quality is improved.
can repeat above procedure until desired picture
quality appears.
Procedure of video mode is
changed;
MODE1
→
MODE2
→
MODE5
→
MODE1
→
MODE3
MODE4
is limited
player
creates
session disc
no
an
ISO9660 file
system.
MP3 files in the first
requires
MP3 file in the 1st
MP3 files. If you wish to
format all the data in the disc or
track, it
can-
playback
MP3
use a new
one.
6.
7.
We do not recommend
File
and
for about 3 seconds
TV
You
with this
playback
use
change
compatible
track. If there is
mode.
To
a
-
files,
In that case, the
changing video
fake MP3 file that has
A
lines. That
with
a
5.
De-interlace is not
perfectly matched with the disc.
picture quality can be improved
not read
".mp3".
Creator", which
straight
file
a
4.
DVD
on
MP3 file that has
Sampling Frequency / only at 44.1kHz
Bit rate / within 96
192kbps
CD-R physical format should be "ISO 9660"
If you record MP3 files using the software which
cannot create a FILE SYSTEM, for example "DirectCD" etc., it is impossible to playback MP3 files. We
therefore recommend that you use "Easy-CD
discs, the playback picture may be flick-
Dot Crawl is shown
an
".mp3".
follows:
picture appears when you leave the
DVD Receiver in stop mode for about five minutes.
or
can
file extension "MP3 files".
1.
3.
DVD
".mp3"
not read
as
screen saver
ering
player
MP3 disc
2.
The
can
file extension
Notes
--
player
extension other than
The
--
compressed by using
MPEG1, the audio layer-3 file-coding scheme. We call
8.
using CD-RW discs.
only.
names should be named using 8 letters
must incorporate ".mp3" extension
e.g. "********.MP3".
Do not use special letters such
]:;\/.,"
9.
Please
finished CD-R discs
as
or
less
"_?!><+*}{`[@
etc.
Total number of files
on
the disc should be less than
200.
→
If you turn off the the power, the video mode will be
back to initial state (MODE1).
10. Use 74 minute CD-R discs
minute CD-R
(700M)
This DVD receiver
(650M),
Do not
use
80
software
requires discs/recordings
to meet
certain technical standards in order to achieve
playback quality.
Pre-recorded DVDs
set to these standards. There
of recordable disc formats
MP3
are
are
optimal
automatically
many different types
CD-R containing
(including
files).
Customers should also note that
permission
is
required
in order to download MP3 files and music from the
Internet. Our company has no right to grant such permission. Permission should always be sought from the
copyright
owner.
25
OPERATION
Troubleshooting
Check the
following guide
for the
possible
cause
of
a
before
problem
contacting
Cause
Symptom
Correction
No power.
?
The power cord is disconnected.
?
The power is on, but
the DVD receiver does
?
No disc is inserted.
?
Plug the power
securely.
Insert
a
disc.
cord into the wall outlet
(Check
?
The TV is not set to receive DVD
signal
?
output.
Select the
on
the TV
?
The video cable is not connected
?
securely.
appropriate video input mode
the picture from the DVD
no
sound
or
?
Turn
The
?
Select the correct
equipment
connected with the
audio cable is not set to receive DVD
The audio cables
not connected
are
on
input
mode of the
you can listen to the
sound from the DVD receiver.
?
securely.
so
Connect the audio cable into the
jacks
securely.
The power of the equipment connected
with the audio cable is turned off.
?
?
The audio
?
Replace
is poor.
?
The disc is
?
Clean the disc.
The DVD receiver does
?
No disc is inserted.
not start
jacks
the TV.
audio receiver
signal output.
?
screen.
Connect the video cable into the
The connected TV power is turned off.
?
the TV
securely.
?
a
playback picture
on
?
very low-level
sound is heard.
The
is
so
receiver appears
only
display
lit.)
picture.
There is
that the DVD or,
audio CD indicator in the DVD
not work.
No
service.
connecting
cord is
damaged.
dirty.
Turn
on
the
equipment
connected with
the audio cable.
?
Insert
a
it with
disc.
new one.
(Check
that the
DVD,
audio CD indicator in the DVD
playback.
or
display
is
lit.)
?
An
disc is inserted.
unplayable
?
Insert
a
disc.
playable
the disc
(Check
type, color system and Regional code.)
?
The disc is
placed upside
down.
?
Place the disc with the
playback
side
down.
?
The disc is not
placed
within the
guide.
?
Place the disc
inside the
?
The disc is
?
A
menu
is
dirty.
on
the TV
?
?
screen.
on
the disc
tray correctly
guide.
Clean the disc.
Press the SET-UP button to turn off the
menu screen.
?
The
Rating
level is set.
?
Cancel the
the
Severe hum
or
noise is
?
The
plugs
and
jacks
are
dirty.
?
Wipe
function
Rating
or
change
level.
them with
a
cloth
slightly
mois-
tened with alcohol.
heard.
?
The disc is
?
The
dirty.
and
speakers
components
poorly.
?
are
?
connected
?
The DVD receiver is located too close to
the TV.
26
rating
Clean the disc.
Connect the
speakers
and
components
securely.
?
Move your TV away from the audio
components.
Troubleshooting (Cont'd)
Cause
Symptom
Recording
is not
possi-
?
ble
The
components
are
Correction
connected
?
Connect the
components correctly.
incorrectly.
?
The
source
is selected in
correctly.
?
Select the
source
ton
(CD/DVD,
Tuner).
Radio stations cannot
?
be tuned in.
The antenna is
positioned
or
connected
with FUNCTION but-
VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2
?
Connect the antenna
?
Adjust
or
REF NC
securely.
poorly.
the antennas and connect
an
external antenna if necessary.
?
?
The
of the stations is too
weak
in with automatic
signal strength
(when tuning
tuning).
No stations have been
preset
or
preset
?
Tune in the station
manually.
?
Preset the stations
(page 18).
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 receiver.
The remote control is too far from the
There is
an
obstacle in the
path
of the
of the DVD receiver.
?
Operate the
23ft(7m).
?
Remove the obstacle.
?
Replace
DVD receiver.
?
Point the remote control at the remote
sensor
remote control within about
remote control and the DVD receiver.
?
The batteries in the remote control
are
the batteries with
new ones.
exhausted.
27
Language Code
Enter the
(See
appropriate
16).
List
code number for the initial
settings
"Disc
Audio", "Disc Subtitle" and/or "Disc Menu"
page
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
6565
Afar
7079
Faroese
7678
Lingala
8375
Slovak
6566
Abkhazian
7082
French
7679
Laothian
8376
Slovenian
6570
Afrikaans
7089
Frisian
7684
Lithuanian
8377
Samoan
6577
Ameharic
7165
Irish
7686
Latvian, Lettish
8378
Shona
6582
Arabic
7168
Scots Gaelic
7771
Malagasy
8379
Somali
6583
Assamese
7176
Galician
7773
Maori
8381
Albanian
6588
Aymara
7178
Guarani
7775
Macedonian
8382
Serbian
6590
Azerbaijani
7185
Gujarati
7776
Malayalam
8385
Sudanese
6665
Bashkir
7265
Hausa
7778
Mongolian
8386
Swedish
6669
Byelorussian
7273
Hindi
7779
Moldavian
8387
Swahili
6671
Bulgarian
7282
Croatian
7782
Marathi
8465
Tamil
6672
Bihari
7285
Hungarian
7783
Malay
8469
Telugu
6678
Bengali; Bangla
7289
Armenian
7784
Maltese
8471
Tajik
6679
Tibetan
7365
Interlingua
7789
Burmese
8472
Thai
6682
Breton
7378
Indonesian
7865
Nauru
8473
Tigrinya
6765
Catalan
7383
Icelandic
7869
Nepali
8475
Turkmen
6779
Corsican
7384
Italian
7876
Dutch
8476
Tagalog
6783
Czech
7387
Hebrew
7879
Norwegian
8479
Tonga
6789
Welsh
7465
Japanese
7982
Oriya
8482
Turkish
6865
Danish
7473
Yiddish
8065
Panjabi
8484
Tatar
6869
German
7487
Javanese
8076
Polish
8487
Twi
6890
Bhutani
7565
Georgian
8083
Pashto, Pushto
8575
Ukrainian
6976
Greek
7575
Kazakh
8084
Portuguese
8582
Urdu
6978
English
7576
Greenlandic
8185
Quechua
8590
Uzbek
6979
Esperanto
7577
Cambodian
8277
Rhaeto-Romance
8673
Vietnamese
6983
Spanish
7578
Kannada
8279
Rumanian
8679
Volapuk
6984
Estonian
7579
Korean
8285
Russian
8779
Wolof
6985
Basque
7583
Kashmiri
8365
Sanskrit
8872
Xhosa
7065
Persian
7585
Kurdish
8368
Sindhi
8979
Yoruba
7073
Finnish
7589
Kirghiz
8372
Serbo-Croatian
9072
Chinese
7074
Fijian
7665
Latin
8373
Singhalese
9085
Zulu
28
Country Code
Enter the
appropriate
List
code number for the initial
setting "Country
Code"
(See
page
17).
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
El Salvador
Barbados
GI
Gibraltar
MN
Myanmar
Mongolia
SV
BB
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
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
Barbuda
Georgia
& S. Sandwich
(USA)
Mayen
Islands
Republic
Principe
French Southern
Territories
(French)
Tobago
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 Minor
Coast
IN
India
NU
Niue
IO
British Indian Ocean
NZ
New Zealand
US
United States
Uruguay
Kingdom
Outlying
CI
Ivory
CK
Cook Islands
CL
Chile
Territory
OM
Oman
UY
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
Saint Pierre and
VN
Vietnam
Cyprus
KG
Kenya
Kyrgyzstan
PM
CY
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
DE
Verde
Anguilla
Islands
Miquelon
City
Grenadines
Islands
Islands
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
Republic
Islands
(French)
State
(British)
(USA)
29
REF NC
Specification
Power
Power
[Genral]
[CD/VD]
[Tuner]
AM F(MMW)
External dimensions
(W
x
H
x
D)
4.6
kg
360
x
72
x
350
Operating conditions
Operating humidity
Temperature:
Laser
Semiconductor
Signal system
Frequency response (audio)
Signal-to-noise ratio (audio)
Dynamic range (audio)
Harmonic distortion (audio)
Video input
PAL
video
laser, wavelength
625/50, NTSC 525/60
More than 75 dB
status: Horizontal
650
nm
(1 kHz, NOP,
20 kHz
LPF/A-Filter)
More than 70 dB
(1 kHz, at 12W position) (20 kHz LPF/A-Filter)
(p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., RCA jack
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., RCA jack
(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
0.5 %
1.0 V
output
Component
35°C, Operation
4 Hz to 20 kHz
output
S-video
mm
5°C to
5% to 85%
output
87.5
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
Signal-to Noise Ratio
Frequency Response
Tuning Range
Intermediate Frequency
1
108 MHz
-
10.7 MHz
60 dB
150
522
-
-
10,000 Hz
1,611 kHz
450 kHz
Stereo mode
50W+50W(8Ωat1kHz,THD10%)
Front: 50W + 50W (THD 10 %)
Surround mode
[Amplifer]
220-240V, 50/60Hz
80W
Mass
Video
[Video]
AC
supply
consumption
(* Depending on the sound mode
settings and the source, there
may be no sound output.)
Center*: 50W
Inputs
Outputs
VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, OPTICAL AUDIO
Surround*: 50W
VIDEO 1
50W
+
Subwoofer*: 80W
(4Ω
(8Ω
at 30
(AUDIO OUT)
:
kHz, THD 10 %)
Hz, THD 10 %)
at 1
2 V
WOOFER: 2 V
PHONES:
Satellite
[Speakrs]
2
Type
Impedance
Frequency Response
-
1
Way
(1m)
50W
H
x
D)
1
(FE-5620WE)
Speaker
4Ω
40,000 Hz
83 dB/W
Rated
x
Passive Subwoofer
8Ω
110
Sound Pressure Level
Input Power
Max. Input Power
Net Dimensions (W
Net Weight
(32 Ω, 0.9W)
Speaker (FE-5620TE)
Way 2 Speaker
40
-
1,500 Hz
82 dB/W
(1m)
80W
100 W
160 W
100x147x127.5mm
200x425x381mm
0.92
kg
7.06kg
?Audiocable.........................1?Videocable..........................1
[Suplied Acesori ]
Designs
30
?Speakers...........................6?Speakercables......................5
?Remotecontrol......................1?Batteries(AAA).......................2
?AMloopantenna.....................1?FMantenna.........................1
?RCA-SCARTAdaptor..................1
and
specifications
are
subject
to
change
without notice.
Technology
with the human touch
GUARANTEE
LG Electronics U.K. Ltd. will
1.
All
2.
The dealer
provide
the
following
services in order to
faulty components which fail due to defective manufacture
period of 12 months from the original date of purchase.
will be
expedite
replaced
this Guarantee.
free of
charge
for
a
(or his service agent) who sold the product will be reimbursed for any labour provided
repair of this LG equipment, for a period of 12 months from the original date of purchase.
These claims must be made in accordance with the published scale of service charges and
relevant claims procedure.
in the
PLEASE NOTE:
A.
The dealer may restrict the
B.
The dealer is not
guarantee
to the
original purchaser.
to carry out service under
guarantee if unauthorized modifications are
apparatus, or if non standard components are used or if the serial number of the
apparatus is removed, defaced, misused, or altered.
obliged
made to the
C.
Any claims made under guarantee must be directed to the dealer from whom the equipment was
originally purchased. The dealer may, before carrying out service under guarantee, require a
receipted account as evidence of the date of purchase.
D. We
respectfully point
exhausted
E.
Aerial
This
or worn
alignment
in
and
guarantee does
out that your dealer is not
obligated
to
replace
batteries if
they
become
use.
consumer
control
not affect your
adjustments
are
not covered
by
this
guarantee.
statutory rights.
REQUIREMENTS TO MAINTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE:
RETAIN YOUR RECEIPT TO PROVE DATE OF PURCHASE. A COPY OF YOUR RECEIPT MUST BE
SURRENDERED AT THE TIME GUARANTEE SERVICE IS PROVED.
Product
Registration
Card
It is helpful to complete at least your name, address, phone,
model & serial numbers and return it. This will enable LG to
:
assist you in the future should you lose your receipt, your
units be stolen, or should modifications be necessary.
To obtain information
or
assistance:
Call 0870 607 5544
MODEL NO.*
*
Please
complete
SERIAL NO.*
for your
own
Monday-Friday 9.00am-4.30pm
DATE OF PURCHASE.*
record
In all cases of difficulty consult your LG dealer
from whom the product was purchased
-
LGEUK Website
(
service website
P/NO: 3828R-D020S
:
:
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