ENGLISH
OWNER’S MANUAL
DVD Home Cinema System
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
FOR THE GUARANTEE TERMS & CONDITIONS,
PLEASE REFER TO INNER PAGE OF BACK COVER.
DH4430P (DH4430P, S43T1-S, S43S2-S, S63T1-C, S43S1-W)
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Safety Information
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CAUTION
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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 with
arrowhead symbol within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated dangerous voltage
within the product’s enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock
to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a
confined space such as a book case or similar unit.
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from over heating. The
openings shall be never be blocked by placing
the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product shall not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instruction has been adhered to.
CAUTION: No naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION: This product employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner’s manual carefully and retain it for future
reference. Shall the unit require maintenance,
contact an authorized service center.
Use of controls, adjustments or the performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not
try to open the enclosure.
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon
a dedicated circuit;
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only
that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of this
owner’s manual to be certain. Do not overload wall
outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged
wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or
damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.
Any of these conditions could result in electric
shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your
appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage
or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the
appliance, and have the cord replaced with an
exact replacement part by an authorized service
center. Protect the power cord from physical or
mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked,
pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay
particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and
the point where the cord exits the appliance. To
disconnect power from the mains, pull out the
mains cord plug. When installing the product,
ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
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This device is equipped with a portable battery or
accumulator.
CAUTION: The apparatus should not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
apparatus.
POWER: This unit operates on a mains supply
of 200-240V, 50/60Hz.
WIRING: This unit is supplied with a BS 1363
approved main plug. When replacing the
fuse, always use of the same rating approved
to BS 1362. Never use this plug with the fuse
cover omitted. To obtain a replacement fuse
cover contact your dealer. If the type of plug
supplied is not 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:
WIRING: A mains plug removed from the
mains lead of this unit must be destroyed. A
mains plug with bared wires is hazardous if
inserted in a mains socket. Do not connect
either wire to the earth pin, marked with the
letter E or with the earth symbol or coloured
green or green and yellow. If any other plug is
fitted, use same rating of fuse in the plug.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the following
codes:
- BLUE: NEUTRAL, BROWN: LIVE - As the
colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
unit may not correspond with the coloured
marking identifying 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.
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Safety way to remove the battery or the
battery from the equipment: Remove the
old battery or battery pack, follow the steps
in reverse order than the assembly. To prevent
contamination of the environment and bring on
possible threat to human and animal health, the
old battery or the battery put it in the appropriate
container at designated collection points. Do
not dispose of batteries or battery together with
other waste. It is recommended that you use
local, free reimbursement systems batteries and
accumulators. The battery shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
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Disposal of your old appliance
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Disposal of waste batteries/accumulators
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1.This crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol indicates that waste
electrical and electronic products
(WEEE) should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste
stream.
2. Old electrical products can contain
hazardous substances so correct
disposal of your old appliance will
help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment
and human health. Your old
appliance may contain reusable
parts that could be used to repair
other products, and other valuable
materials that can be recycled to
conserve limited resources.
3.You can take your appliance either
to the shop where you purchased
the product, or contact your local
government waste office for details
of your nearest authorised WEEE
collection point. For the most up to
date information for your country
please see www.lg.com/global/
recycling
1. This symbol may be combined with
chemical symbols for mercury (Hg),
cadmium (Cd) or lead (Pb) if the
battery contains more than 0.0005%
of mercury, 0.002% of cadmium or
0.004% of lead.
Pb
2. All batteries/accumulators should
be disposed separately from
the municipal waste stream via
designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or
the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old
batteries/accumulators will help
to prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment,
animal and human health.
4. For more detailed information
about disposal of your old batteries/
accumulators, please contact your
city office, waste disposal service
or the shop where you purchased
the product. (http://www.lg.com/
global/sustainability/environment/
take-back-recycling/globalnetwork-europe)
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Notes on Copyrights
yy Under the U.S. Copyright laws and Copyright
laws of other countries, unauthorized recording,
use, display, distribution, or revision of television
programs, videotapes, BD-ROM discs, DVDs, CDs
and other materials may subject you to civil and/
or criminal liability.
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yy This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Rovi, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Rovi. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Getting Started
2
Safety Information
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Unique Features
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– Portable In
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– USB Direct Recording
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– Full HD up-scaling
8Accessories
9Introduction
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– Playable Discs
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– About the “7” Symbol Display
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– Symbols Used in this Manual
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– Regional Codes
10 Playable file Requirement
11 Remote control
12 Front panel
13 Rear panel
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Assembling the speaker
Attaching the speakers to the unit
Positioning the system
Connections to Your TV
– Video Connection
– Resolution Setting
– Video Output Resolution
– HDMI Out Connection
Optional Equipment Connection
– AUX In Connection
– PORT IN(Portable in) Connection
– Listening to music from your portable
player or external device
– USB Connection
– Antenna Connection
3 System Setting
22 Adjust the setup settings
22 – OSD Initial language settings Optional
22 – To display and exit the Setup menu
23 – Language
23 – Display
24 – Resolution
24 – Audio
25 – DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
25 – Lock (Parental Control)
26 – Others
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Using the Home Menu
Basic Operations
Other Operations
– Displaying Disc Information on-screen
– To display the DVD Menu
– To display the DVD title
– 1.5 times speed playback
– Screen Saver
– Starting play from selected time
– Resume playback
– Changing subtitle code page
– Marked Playback
– Viewing a PHOTO file
– Sleep Timer Setting
– Dimmer
– Turn off the sound temporarily
– Last Scene Memory
– Power Resume - Optional
– System Select - Optional
– Auto Power Down
– Adjust the speaker level settings
Radio Operations
– Listening to the radio
– Presetting the Radio Stations
– Deleting all the saved stations
– Deleting a saved station
– Improving poor FM reception
– Seeing information about a radio
station
34 Sound adjustment
34 – Setting the surround mode
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35 Advanced Operations
35 – Recording to USB
5Troubleshooting
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36Troubleshooting
6Appendix
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Controlling a TV with the Supplied
Remote Control
37 – Setting up the remote to control your
TV
38Maintenance
38 – Handling the Unit
38 – Notes on Discs
39 Area Code List
40 Language code List
41 Trademarks and Licenses
42Specifications
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7Warranty
44Warranty
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Unique Features
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Portable In
Accessories
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
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Listens to music from your portable device. (MP3,
Notebook, etc)
USB Direct Recording
Records music from CD to your USB device.
Remote control (1)
Battery (1)
FM antenna (1)
Video cable (1)
Full HD up-scaling
Views Full HD picture quality with simple setup.
Speaker cables (3)
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Introduction
Playable Discs
DVD-VIDEO (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
Discs such as movies that can be
purchased or rented.
DVD±R (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
Video mode and finalized only.
DVD-RW (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
Video mode and finalized only.
DVD+R: Video mode only
Supports the double layer disc also.
DVD+RW (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
Video mode and finalized only.
Audio CD: Music CDs or CD-R/CDRW in music CD format that can be
purchased.
About the “7” Symbol Display
“7” may appear on your TV display during
operation and indicates that the function explained
in this owner’s manual is not available on that
specific media.
Symbols Used in this Manual
r
DVD-Video, DVD±R/RW in Video
mode or VR mode and finalized
t
Audio CDs
y
Video files contained in the
USB/Disc
u
Audio files contained in the
USB/Disc
i
Photo files
,,Note
Indicates special notes and operating features.
,,Tip
Indicates tip and hints for making the task easier.
>>Caution
Indicates cautions for preventing possible damages
from abuse.
Regional Codes
This unit has a regional code printed on the rear of
the unit. This unit can play only DVD discs labeled
same as the rear of the unit or “ALL”.
yy Most DVD discs have a globe with one or more
numbers in it clearly visible on the cover. This
number must match your unit’s regional code or
the disc cannot play.
yy If you try to play a DVD with a different regional
code from your unit, the message “Check
Regional Code” appears on the TV screen.
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This unit plays DVD±R/RW and CD-R/RW that
contains audio titles, DivX, MP3, WMA and/or
JPEG files. Some DVD±RW/DVD±R or CD-RW/
CD-R cannot be played on this unit due to the
recording quality or physical condition of the disc,
or the characteristics of the recording device and
authoring software.
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Playable file
Requirement
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MP3/ WMA music file requirement
MP3/ WMA file compatibility with this unit is limited
as follows :
yy Sampling frequency : within 32 to 48 kHz (MP3),
within 32 to 48 kHz (WMA)
yy Bit rate : within 32 to 320 kbps (MP3),
40 to 192 kbps (WMA)
yy Support Version : v2, v7, v8, v9
yy Maximum files : Under 999
yy File extensions : “.mp3”/ “.wma”
yy CD-ROM file format : ISO9660/ JOLIET
yy We recommend that you use Easy-CD Creator,
which creates an ISO9660 file system.
yy You have to set the disc format option to
[Mastered] in order to make the discs compatible
with the LG players when formatting rewritable
discs. When setting the option to Live File
System, you cannot use it on LG players.
(Mastered/ Live File System : Disc format system
for Windows Vista)
Photo file requirement
Photo file compatibility with this unit is limited as
follows :
yy Max pixel in width : 2,760 x 2,048 pixel
yy Maximum files : Under 999
yy Some discs may not operate due to a different
recording format or the condition of disc.
yy File extensions: “.jpg”
yy CD-ROM file format : ISO9660/ JOLIET
DivX file requirement
DivX file compatibility with this unit is limited as
follows:
yy Available resolution: within 720 x 576 (W x H)
pixels.
yy The file name of the DivX subtitle should be
entered within 45 characters.
yy If there is impossible code to express in the
DivX file, it may be displayed as “ _ “ mark on the
display.
yy Frame rate : less than 30 fps.
yy If the video and audio structure of recorded
files is not interleaved, either video or audio is
outputted.
yy Playable DivX file : “.avi”, “.mpg”, “.mpeg”, “.divx”
yy Playable Subtitle format : SubRip (*.srt/ *.txt),
SAMI (*.smi), SubStation Alpha (*.ssa/ *.txt),
MicroDVD (*.sub/ *.txt), SubViewer 2.0 (*.sub/
*.txt), Vobsub (*.sub)
yy Playable Codec format :
“DIVX3.11”, “DIVX4”, “DIVX5”, “DIVX6”,
“MP4V3”, “3IVX”.
yy Playable Audio format : “AC3”, “PCM”, “MP3”, “WMA”,
yy Sampling frequency : within 32 to 48 kHz (MP3),
within 32 to 48 kHz (WMA)
yy Bit rate : within 32 to 320 kbps (MP3), 40 to 192
kbps (WMA)
yy For Discs formatted in Live file system, you can
not it on this unit.
yy If the name of movie file is different from that of
the subtitle file, during playback of a DivX file,
subtitle may not be display.
yy If you play a DivX file differ from DivXspec, it may
not operate normally.
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Remote control
• • • • • • d • • • • • •
P RADIO&INPUT: Changes
input sources.
SPEAKER LEVEL: Sets the sound
level of desired speaker.
MARKER: Marks play list.
SOUND EFFECT: Selects a sound
effect mode.
1 POWER: Switches the unit ON
or OFF.
B OPEN/CLOSE: Opens and
closes the disc tray.
SLEEP: Sets the System to turn off
automatically at a specified time.
(Dimmer : The display window will
be darken by half.)
m INFO/DISPLAY: Accesses OnScreen Display.
n HOME: Displays the [Home
Menu].
DISC MENU: Accesses the menu
on a DVD disc.
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0-9 numerical buttons: Selects
numbered options in a menu.
h REPEAT: Selects a play
mode. (Repeat/ Random)
CLEAR: Removes a number when
setting the password.
• • • • • • f • • • • • •
TV Control buttons: See page 37.
W/S/A/D (up/ down/ left/
right): Used to navigate on-screen
displays.
RDS : Radio Data System.
TUNING +/-: Tunes in the desired
radio station.
b ENTER: Acknowledges menu
selection.
Presetting the radio stations.
x BACK: Moves backwards in
the menu or exits the setup menu.
TITLE: If the current DVD title has
a menu, the title menu appears
on the screen. Otherwise, the disc
menu may not appear.
Remove the battery cover on the
rear of the Remote Control, and
insert one (size AAA) battery with
4 and 5 matched correctly.
MUTE: Mutes the sound.
X REC: USB Direct Recording.
• • • • • • b • • • • • •
PRESET +/-: Selects programme
of Radio.
Replacement of battery
VOL -/+ (Volume): Adjusts
speaker volume.
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Z STOP: Stops playback.
d PLAY, MONO/STEREO: Starts
playback. Selects Mono/ Stereo.
M PAUSE/STEP: Pauses playback.
C/V SKIP: Goes to the next
or previous chapter / track / file.
c/v SCAN: Searches
backward or forward.
PTY : Views the various displays of
the RDS.
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Front panel
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a DVD/CD Disc Tray
b Display window
Shows the current status of the unit.
c PORT. IN (Portable in)
You can enjoy music from portable device on
your unit.
d USB port
You can play video, image and sound files by
connecting the USB device.
(OPEN/CLOSE)
eR
Opens or closes the disc tray.
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f T (PLAY/PAUSE)
Starts playback.
Pauses playback temporarily, press again to exit
pause mode.
g I STOP
Stops playback.
h F (Function)
Selects the function and input source.
i VOL . (Volume)
Adjusts speaker volume.
j 1 (Power)
Switches the unit ON or OFF.
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Rear panel
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2
4
3
6
a Power cord
b Speaker terminal
c Antenna Connector
FM- Connects the FM wired antenna
dAUX (L/R) INPUT connector
Connects to an external source with 2 channel
audio outputs.
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e HDMI OUT connector
Connects to TV with HDMI inputs.
(Interface for digital audio and video)
fVIDEO OUT connector
Connect to a TV with video inputs
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Assembling the
speaker
2. Draw the speaker cord through the hole on the
base.
Preparation
Speaker
2
Connecting
Base
Screw
Speaker cables
1. Attach the pole to the base, then secure the
connection with a supplied screw.
,,Note
Make sure speaker cable unfolded or in straght
condition before insert it to the hole.
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3. Connect the speaker wire to the terminal on the
speaker.
Make sure the wire marked black goes in to the
terminal marked “-”(minus) and the other wire
goes in to the terminal marked
“+”(plus)
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>>Caution
Be careful that the speaker
does not fall down.
Otherwise it may result in
the speaker malfunction
and cause personal injury
and/ or property damage.
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Attaching the speakers
to the unit
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1. To connect the cable to the unit, press each
plastic finger pad to open the connection
terminals on the unit. Insert the wire and release
the finger pad.
Speaker
Position
REAR R
Rear right
REAR L
Rear left
CENTER
Center
SUB WOOFER
Any front position
FRONT R
Front right
FRONT L
Front left
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>>Caution
yy Be careful to make sure children do not put
their hands or any objects into the *speaker
duct.
*Speaker duct : A hole for plentiful bass
sound on speaker cabinet (enclosure).
Connect a woofer cord to the player.
When connecting a woofer cord to the player,
insert the connector until it clicks.
2. Connect the black stripe of each wire to the
terminals marked - (minus) and the other end
to the terminals marked + (plus).
yy The speakers contain magnet parts, so color
irregularity may occur on the TV screen or
PC monitor screen. Please use the speakers
far away from either TV screen or PC
monitor.
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Positioning the system
The following illustration shows an example of
positioning the system. Note that the illustrations
in these instructions differ from the actual unit for
explanation purposes.
For the best possible surround sound, all the
speakers other than the subwoofer should be
placed at the same distance from the listening
Make one of the following connections, depending
on the capabilities of your existing equipment.
,,Note
yy Depending on your TV and other
equipment you wish to connect, there are
various ways you could connect the player.
Use only one of the connections described
in this manual.
yy Please refer to the manuals of your TV,
Stereo System or other devices as necessary
to make the best connections.
B
C
A
Connections to Your
TV
G
F
A
A
A
>>Caution
A
D
E
A
yy Do not connect your player via your VCR.
The image could be distorted by the copy
protection system.
A ABCD E F G
Front left speaker (L)/ Front right speaker (R):
Place the front speakers to the sides of the
monitor or screen and as flush with the screen
surface as possible.
Center speaker: Place the center speaker above
or below the monitor or screen.
Surround left speaker (L)/ Surround right
speaker (R):
Place these speakers behind your listening
position, facing slightly inwards.
Subwoofer: The position of the subwoofer is
not so critical, because low bass sounds are not
highly directional. But it is better to place the
subwoofer near the front speakers. Turn it slightly
toward the center of the room to reduce the wall
reflections.
Unit
yy Make sure the unit is connected directly
to the TV. Tune the TV to the correct video
input channel.
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position ( ).
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Video Connection
Resolution Setting
Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on the unit to the
video in jack on the TV by using a video cable.
The unit provides several output resolutions for
HDMI OUT. You can change the resolution using
[Setup] menu.
You can hear the sound through the system’s
speakers.
1.Press n HOME.
2. Use AD to select the [Setup] and press b
ENTER. The [Setup] menu appears.
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3.Use WS to select [Display] option then press
D to move to the second level.
4.Use WS to select the [Resolution] option then
press D to move to the third level.
5.Use WS to select the desired resolution then
press b ENTER to confirm your selection.
,,Note
If your TV does not accept the resolution you
have set on the player, you can set resolution
to 480p (or 576p) as follows:
Press Z STOP for more than 5 seconds.
Video Output Resolution
Displayed resolution in display window and
outputted resolution may different according to
connection type.
[HDMI OUT]: 1080p, 1080i, 720p and 480p (or 576p)
and 480i (or 576i)
[VIDEO OUT]: 480i (or 576i)
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HDMI Out Connection
If you have a HDMI TV or monitor, you can connect
it to this unit using a HDMI cable (Type A, High
Speed HDMI™ Cable).
Connect the HDMI OUT jack on the unit to the
HDMI IN jack on a HDMI compatible TV or monitor.
Set the TV’s source to HDMI (refer to TV’s Owner’s
manual).
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,,Note
yy If a connected HDMI device does not accept
the audio output of the unit, the HDMI
device’s audio sound may be distorted or
may not output.
yy When you connect a HDMI or DVI
compatible device make sure of the
following:
- Try switching off the HDMI/DVI device
and this unit. Next, switch on the HDMI/
DVI device and leave it for around 30
seconds, then switch on this unit.
- The connected device’s video input is set
correctly for this unit.
- The connected device is compatible with
720 x 480i (or 576i), 720 x 480p (or 576p),
1, 280 x 720p, 1,920 x 1,080i or 1,920 x 1,080p
video input.
yy Not all HDCP-compatible HDMI or DVI
devices will work with this unit.
- The picture will not be displayed properly
with non-HDCP device.
- This unit does not playback and TV screen
is changed to black or green screen or the
snow noise may occur on the screen.
yy If there is noise or lines on the screen, please
check the HDMI cable (High Speed HDMI™
Cable).
,,Tip
yy You can fully enjoy digital audio and video
signals together with this HDMI connection.
yy When you use HDMI connection, you can
change the resolution for the HDMI output.
(Refer to “Resolution Setting” on page 18.)
>>Caution
yy Changing the resolution when the
connection has already been established
may result in malfunctions. To solve the
problem, turn off the unit and then turn it
on again.
yy When the HDMI connection with HDCP is
not verified, TV screen is changed to black
or green screen or the snow noise may
occur on the screen. In this case, check the
HDMI connection, or disconnect the HDMI
cable.
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Optional Equipment
Connection
AUX In Connection
PORT IN(Portable in)
Connection
Connect an output of portable device (MP3 or
PMP etc) to the PORT. IN (PORTABLE IN) input
connector.
Connect an Output of auxiliary device to the AUX
(L/R) INPUT Connector.
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MP3 player, etc...
Listening to music from your
portable player or external
device
The unit can be used to play the music from many
types of portable player or external devices.
1. Connect the portable player to the
PORT. IN (PORTABLE IN) connector of the
unit.
Or
,,Note
If your TV (Auxiliary device) has only one
output for audio (mono), connect it to the left
(white) audio jack on the unit.
Connect the external device to the AUX
connector of the unit.
2. Turn the power on by pressing 1 (Power).
3. Select the PORTABLE or AUX (L/R) INPUT
function by pressing P RADIO&INPUT.
4. Turn on the portable player or external device
and start it playing.
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USB Connection
Antenna Connection
Connect the USB port of USB Memory (or MP3
player, etc.) to the USB port on the front of the unit.
Connect the supplied FM antenna for listening to
the radio.
Connect the FM Wire antenna to the FM antenna
connector.
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Removing the USB Device from the unit
1. Choose a different function mode or press
Z STOP twice in a row.
2. Remove the USB device from the unit.
Compatible USB Devices
yy MP3 Player : Flash type MP3 player.
yy USB Flash Drive :Devices that support USB2.0 or
USB1.1.
yy The USB function of this unit does not support
some USB devices.
USB device requirement
yy Devices which require additional program
installation connected to a computer, are not
supported.
yy Do not extract the USB device while in operation.
yy For a large capacity USB, it may take longer than
a few minute to be searched.
yy To prevent data loss, back up all data.
yy If you use a USB extension cable or USB hub, the
USB device is not recognized.
yy Using NTFS file system is not supported. (Only
FAT(16/32) file system is supported.)
yy This unit is not supported when the total
number of files is 1000 or more.
yy External HDD, Card readers, Locked devices, or hard type usb devices are not supported.
yy USB port of the unit cannot be connected to PC.
The unit can not be used as a storage device.
,,Note
Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna.
22 System Setting
Adjust the setup
settings
By using the Setup menu, you can make various
adjustments to items such as picture and sound.
To display and exit the Setup
menu
1.Press n HOME.
Displays the [Home Menu].
You can also set a language for the subtitles and
the Setup menu, among other things. For details on
each Setup menu item, see pages 22 to 26.
OSD Initial language settings
- Optional
3
System Setting
During the first use of this unit, the initial language
setup menu appears on your TV screen. You must
complete initial language selection before using
the unit. English will be selected as the initial
language.
1.Press 1 POWER to turn the unit on. The
language setup menu will appear on the screen.
2. Select an [Setup] by using AD.
3.Press b ENTER.
Displays the [Setup].
4.Press n HOME or x BACK to exit in the
[Setup] Menu.
About help menu for Setup
Menu
Buttons
Operation
WS
Moving to another
menu.
a
Move
A
Moving to previous
level.
d
Move
D
Moving to next
level or selecting
menu.
x BACK
To exit the [Setup]
menu or [ 5.1
Speaker Setup].
b ENTER
To confirm menu.
ws
Move
x
2.Use WSAD to select a language then press
b ENTER.
The confirm menu will appear.
3.Use AD to select the [Enter] then press
b ENTER to finish the language setup.
,,Note
If there is media (DISC/USB) connected,
initial language menu may not be displayed
because media can auto play depending on its
contents.
Close
b
Select
System Setting 23
Language
Display
Menu Language
TV Aspect
Select a language for the Setup menu and then on
screen display.
Select which screen aspect to use based on the
shape of your TV screen.
Disc Audio / Disc Subtitle / Disc
Menu
Select the language you prefer for the audio track
(disc audio), subtitles, and the disc menu.
[Original]
Refers to the original language in which the
disc was recorded.
To select another language, press numeric
buttons and then b ENTER to enter the
corresponding 4-digit number according to
the language code list on the page 40. If you
enter the wrong language code, press CLEAR.
[Off (for Disc Subtitle)]
Turn off Subtitle.
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
[16:9]
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected.
Display Mode
The Display Mode setting works only when the TV
Aspect mode is set to 4:3.
[Letterbox]
Displays a wide picture with bands on the
upper and lower portions of the screen.
[Panscan]
Automatically displays the wide picture on the
entire screen and cuts off the portions that do
not fit. (If the disc/file is not compatible with
Pan Scan, the picture is displayed at Letterbox
ratio.)
3
System Setting
[Other]
[4:3]
24 System Setting
Resolution
Sets the output resolution of HDMI video signal.
Refer to “Resolution Setting” for details about the
resolution (page 18).
[Auto]
If the HDMI OUT jack is connected to
TVs providing display information (EDID),
automatically selects the resolution best suited
to the connected TV. If the VIDEO OUT is only
connected, this changes the resolutions to 480i
(or 576i) as default resolutions.
3
[Speaker]
Select a speaker that you want to adjust.
,,Note
Certain speaker settings are prohibited by
the Dolby Digital licensing agreement.
[Size]
Since the speaker settings are fixed, you cannot
change the settings.
[Volume]
System Setting
[1080p]
Adjust the output level of each speaker.
Outputs 1080 lines of progressive video.
[Distance]
[1080i]
After you connected speakers to your unit,
set the Distance between the speakers and
your listening point if the distance of Center
or Rear speakers is bigger than the distance
of Front speakers. This allows the sound from
each speaker to reach the listener at the same
time. Press AD to adjust the Distance of the
selected speaker. This distance is equivalent to
a difference of the distance between Center or
Rear speaker and Front speakers.
Outputs 1080 lines of interlaced video.
[720p]
Outputs 720 lines of progressive video.
[480p (or 576p)]
Outputs 480 (or 576) lines of progressive video.
[480i (or 576i)]
Outputs 480 (or 576) lines of interlaced video.
Audio
5.1 Speaker Setup
Make the following settings for the built-in 5.1
channel surround decoder.
1. Select [5.1 Speaker Setup] on the [Audio] menu.
2.Press b ENTER.
The [5.1 SPEAKER] appears.
3.Use AD to select the desired speaker.
4. Adjust options using WSAD buttons.
5. Returns to the previous menu by pressing x
BACK.
[Speaker Test Start]
Select [Speaker Test Start] by using the WS
and press b ENTER. Press b ENTER again to
stop. Adjust the volume to match the volume
of test signals memorized in the system.
System Setting 25
DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Lock (Parental Control)
Make the sound clear when the volume is turned
down (Dolby Digital only). Set to [On] for this effect.
Initial Setting the Area Code:
Vocal
When you use this unit for the first time, you have
to set the Area Code.
Select [On] to mix karaoke channels into normal
stereo.
This function is effective for multi-channel karaoke
DVDs only.
HD AV Sync
2.Press D.
To access the [Lock] options, you must input the
password you have created. Input a password
and press b ENTER. Enter it again and press
b ENTER to verify. If you make a mistake before
pressing b ENTER, press CLEAR.
3. Select the first character using WS buttons.
4.Press b ENTER and select the second character
using WS buttons.
5.Press b ENTER to confirm your Area code
selection.
Rating
Blocks playback of rated DVDs based on their
contents. Not all discs are rated.
1. Select [Rating] on the [Lock] menu then press
D.
2. Input a password and press b ENTER.
3. Select a rating from 1 to 8 using the WS
buttons.
[Rating 1-8]
Rating one (1) has the most restrictions and
rating eight (8) is the least restrictive.
[Unlock]
If you select unlock, parental control is not
active and the disc plays in full.
4.Press b ENTER to confirm your rating selection.
3
System Setting
Sometimes Digital TV encounters a delay between
picture and sound. If this happens you can
compensate by setting a delay on the sound so
that it effectively ‘waits’ for the picture to arrive:
this is called HD AV Sync. Use WS (on the remote
control) to scroll up and down through the delay
amount, which you can set at anything between 0
and 300 ms.
1. Select the [Lock] menu and then press D.
26 System Setting
Password
Others
You can enter or change password.
1. Select [Password] on the [Lock] menu and then
press D.
2.Press b ENTER.
3. Input a password and press b ENTER.
To change the password, press b ENTER when
the [Change] option is highlighted. Input a
password and press b ENTER. Enter it again
and press b ENTER to verify.
4.Press n HOME to exit the menu.
,,Note
3
If you forget your password, you can clear it
using the following steps:
System Setting
1. Select the [Setup] menu on the [Home
Menu].
2. Input the 6-digit number “210499” and
press b ENTER. The password is cleared.
Area Code
Enter the code of the area whose standards were
used to rate the DVD video disc, based on the list
on page 39.
1. Select [Area Code] on the [Lock] menu then
press D.
2. Input a password and press b ENTER.
3. Select the first character using WS buttons.
4.Press b ENTER and select the second character
using WS buttons.
5.Press b ENTER to confirm your Area code
selection.
Divx(R) VOD
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi
Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device
that plays DivX video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your files
into DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX
Certified® device must be registered in order to play
purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies.
To obtain your registration code, locate the DivX
VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.
divx.com for more information on how to complete
your registration.
[Register]
Displays the registration code of your player.
[Deregister]
Deactivate your player and display the
deactivation code.
,,Note
All the downloaded videos from DivX VOD can
only be played back on this unit.
Operating 27
Using the Home Menu
1.Press n HOME.
Displays the [Home Menu].
2. Select an option by using AD.
3.Press b ENTER then selected option menu.
[Music] – Displays [MUSIC] menu.
[Movie] – Start video media’s playback or displays
the [MOVIE] menu.
[Photo] – Displays [PHOTO] menu.
[Setup] – Displays the [Setup] menu.
,,Note
Basic Operations
Stop
3. Select an option by using AD.
If you select the [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
option when you connect up to two devices,
it appears as belows. Select a media then press
b ENTER.
4.Press b ENTER then selected option menu.
,,Note
yy For the most Audio CD and DVD-ROM discs,
playback starts automatically.
yy The unit plays only music file contained in
the USB storage device or disc automatically.
yy The DTS is not supported. In case of DTS
audio format, audio is not output.
Press Z STOP.
Playback
Press d PLAY, MONO/
STEREO.
Pause
Press M PAUSE/STEP.
Press M PAUSE/STEP
Frame-byrepeatedly to play title FrameFrame playback
by-Frame. (DVD, DivX only)
During playback, press C/
V SKIP to go to the next
Skipping to the chapter/ track/ file or to
next/ previous return to the beginning of the
chapter/ track/ current chapter/ track/ file.
file
Press C SKIP twice briefly
to step back to the previous
chapter/ track/ file.
Locating a
point quickly by
playing a file in
fast forward or
fast reverse
1. Insert the disc by using the B OPEN/CLOSE or
Connect the USB device to the USB port.
2.Press n HOME.
Displays the [Home Menu].
Do this
Playing
repeatedly or
randomly
During playback, press c/
v SCAN repeatedly to
select the required scan speed.
To return to normal speed,
press d PLAY, MONO/
STEREO.
Press h REPEAT repeatedly,
and the current title, chapter
or track will be played back
repeatedly or randomly.
- DVD : Chapter/ Title/ Off
- DivX : Title/ All/ Off
- Audio CD/ MP3/ WMA : Track/
All/ Random/ Off
Slowing down
the playing
speed
In the pause mode, press
SCAN (c or v) to select
the required speed. (DVD, DivX
only) The DivX file cannot be
slow down reverse playback.
4
Operating
You can not select the [Music], [Movie] or
[Photo] option when the USB device is not
connected or a disc is not inserted.
To
28 Operating
Other Operations
Displaying Disc Information
on-screen
You can display various information about the disc
loaded on-screen.
1.Press m INFO/DISPLAY to show various
playback information.
The displayed items differ depending on the
disc type or playing status.
2. You can select an item by pressing WS and
change or select the setting by pressing AD.
Title – Current title number/ total number of titles.
Chapter – Current chapter number/ total number
of chapters.
Time – Elapsed playing time.
4
Audio – Selected audio language or channel.
Operating
Subtitle – Selected subtitle.
Angle – Selected angle/ total number of angles.
,,Note
If any button is not pressed for a few seconds,
the on-screen display disappears.
To display the DVD Menu
r
When you play a DVD which contains several menu,
you can select the menu you want using the Menu.
1.Press DISC MENU.
The disc’s menu appears.
2. Select the menu by using WSAD.
3.Press d PLAY, MONO/STEREO to confirm.
To display the DVD title
r
When you play a DVD which contains several title,
you can select the title you want using the Menu.
1.Press TITLE.
The disc’s title appears.
2. Select the menu by pressing WSAD.
3.Press d PLAY, MONO/STEREO to confirm.
1.5 times speed playback
r
The 1.5 speed allows you to watch the pictures and
listen to the sound quicker than playing at a normal
speed.
1. During playback, press d PLAY, MONO/
STEREO to play at 1.5 times speed. “dX1.5”
appears on the screen.
2.Press d PLAY, MONO/STEREO again to exit.
Screen Saver
The screen saver appears when you leave the unit
in Stop mode for about five minutes.
Operating 29
Starting play from selected
time
ry
To start playing at any chosen time on the file or
title.
Changing subtitle code page
y
If the subtitle is not displayed properly, you can
change the subtitle code page to view the subtitle
file properly.
1.Press m INFO/DISPLAY during playback.
1. During playback, press m INFO/DISPLAY to
display the On-Screen display.
2.Press WS to select the time clock icon and
“--:--:--” appears.
2.Use WS to select the [Code Page] option.
3. Input the required start time in hours, minutes,
and seconds from left to right. If you enter the
wrong numbers, press CLEAR to remove the
numbers you entered. Then input the correct
numbers.
For example, to find a scene at 1 hour, 10
minutes, and 20 seconds, enter “11020” by using
numerical buttons.
3.Use AD to select desired code option.
4.Press x BACK to exit the On-Screen display.
4.Press b ENTER to confirm. Playback starts from
the selected time.
ryut
The unit records the point where you pressed the
Z STOP depending on the disc.
If “MZ (Resume Stop)” appears on the screen briefly,
press d PLAY, MONO/STEREO to resume playback
(from the scene point).
If you press Z STOP twice or unload the disc,
“Z”(Complete Stop) appears on the screen. The
unit will clear the stopped point.
,,Note
yy The resume point may be cleared when a
button is pressed (for example; 1 (POWER),
R (Open/Close) , etc).
yy This function may not work on some disc or
title/track.
4
Operating
Resume playback
30 Operating
Marked Playback
ut
The mark function enables you to store your
favourite files from any disc or USB device in the
unit memory.
1. Select [Music] on the [Home Menu].
Returning to the upper folder.
(MP3/ WMA only)
File information will be displayed
according to the ID3TAG information
on the appropriate music file. (MP3
only)
4
Operating
Selecting all tracks/ files.
Deselecting all tracks/files.
Moving to the previous or
next file list.
2. Select a desired music on the [List] by using the
WS then press MARKER to display the mark on
the list.
3.Press b ENTER or d PLAY, MONO/STEREO.
Displays the play mode.
4. Select the play mode by using the WS and press
b ENTER.
[Mark Play]
Marked playback.
[Current Play]
Normal playback.
,,Note
If you want to select all files on the list, select
[Select All] and press b ENTER.
To delete a Marker
1.Use WS to select the track that you wish to erase
from the marked file.
2.Press MARKER.
To delete all Markers
Use WSAD to select [Deselect All] then press
b ENTER in program edit mode.
,,Note
The markers are also cleared when the disc or
USB device is removed, the unit is switched to
power off or the function is switched to others.
Operating
Viewing a PHOTO file
About help menu in the full screen
Menu
Buttons
Operation
Menu
m
INFO/
DISPLAY
Displaying the Option
menu.
a/d
Prev./ Next
A/D
Moving to another file.
i
This unit can play discs with photo files.
1. Select [Photo] on the [Home Menu] and press
b ENTER.
Moving to the previous or
next file list.
31
x
List
x BACK
Returning to the
[Photo] menu.
Options while viewing a photo
You can use various options during viewing a
photo in full screen.
1. While viewing a photo in full screen, press
m INFO/DISPLAY to display the option menu.
2. Select an option using WSAD.
Returning to the upper
folder.
4
3. If you want to view a slide show, press WS
to highlight a file and press d PLAY, MONO/
STEREO.
About help menu in the [Photo] menu
Menu
Buttons
d Slide
Show
d
PLAY, MONO/
STEREO
wsad
Move
WSAD
Moving to another
file or content.
b
Select
b ENTER
Viewing a particular
file.
x BACK
Returning to the
[Home Menu].
x
Close
Operation
Viewing a slide
show.
Operating
2.Press WS to select a folder, and then press
b ENTER.
a
b c
de
a Current photo/ Total number of photos –
Use AD to view previous/next photo.
b Slide Show z/M– Press  ENTER to start
or pause slide show.
c Speed x3/ x2/ x1 – Use  ENTER to select
a delaying speed between photos in a slide
show.
d Rotate – Press  ENTER to rotate the photo.
e Go to list – Press  ENTER to return [Photo]
menu.
32 Operating
Sleep Timer Setting
System Select - Optional
Press SLEEP one or more times to select delay time
between 10 and 180 minutes, after the unit will
turn off.
You must select the appropriate system mode for
your TV system. Press and hold M PAUSE/STEP
for more than five seconds to be able to select a
system in the [Home Menu].
To check the remaining time, press SLEEP.
To cancel the sleep function, press SLEEP
repeatedly until “SLEEP 10” appears, and then press
SLEEP once again while “SLEEP 10” is displayed.
,,Note
You can check the remaining time before the
Unit turns off.
Press SLEEP The remaining time appears in the
display window.
Dimmer
4
Press SLEEP once. The display window will be
darken by half. To cancel it, press SLEEP repeatedly
until dim off.
Operating
Turn off the sound temporarily
Press
MUTE to mute your unit.
You can mute your unit in order, for example, to
answer the telephone, appears the MUTE in the
display window.
Last Scene Memory
r
This unit memorizes last scene from the last disc
that is viewed. The last scene remains in memory
even if you remove the disc from the unit or switch
off the unit. If you load a disc that has the scene
memorized, the scene is automatically recalled.
Power Resume - Optional
r
Even if the power suddenly goes out, turn on the
unit and then it plays a position where the contents
is being played. System will periodically save
current playback status.
,,Note
If the USB device is connected or a disc is
inserted, this function is not operated.
Auto Power Down
This unit will be off itself to save electronic
consumption in the case main unit is not
connected to external device and is not used for 25
minutes. So does this unit after six hours since Main
unit has been connected to other device using
analog input.
Adjust the speaker level
settings
You can adjust the sound level of each speaker.
1.Press SPEAKER LEVEL repeatedly to select a
desired speaker to set.
2.Press VOL -/+ to adjust the sound level of the
selected speaker while the level setting memu
is displayed on the display window.
3. Repeat and adjust the sound level of the other
speakers.
Operating 33
Radio Operations
Be sure that FM aerials are connected. (Refer to the
page 21.)
Listening to the radio
1.Press P RADIO&INPUT until FM appears in
the display window.
The last received station is tuned in.
2. Press and hold TUNING (-/+) for about two
seconds until the frequency indication starts to
change, then release. Scanning stops when the
unit tunes in a station.
or
Press TUNING (-/+) repeatedly.
3. Adjust the volume by rotating VOL. on the front
panel or by pressing VOL (-/+) on the remote
control repeatedly.
You can preset 50 stations for FM.
Before tuning, make sure that you have turned
down the volume.
1.Press P RADIO&INPUT until FM appears in
the display window.
2. Select the desired frequency by using TUNING
(-/+).
3.Press b ENTER a preset number will flash in
the display window.
4.Press PRESET (-/+) to select the preset number
you want.
5.Press b ENTER.
The station is stored.
6. Repeat the steps 2 to 5 to store other stations.
Deleting all the saved stations
1. Press and hold CLEAR for two seconds.
“ERASE ALL” will flash up on the unit display.
2.Press CLEAR to erase all saved of the radio
stations.
1.Press PRESET (-/+) to Select a preset number
you want to delete.
2.Press CLEAR, the preset number will blink in the
display window.
3.Press CLEAR again, to delete the selected preset
number.
Improving poor FM reception
Press d PLAY, MONO/STEREO on the remote
control. This will change the tuner from stereo to
mono and usually improve the reception.
Seeing information about a
radio station
The FM tuner is supplied with the RDS (Radio Data
System) facility. This shows information about
the radio station being listened to. Press RDS
repeatedly to cycle through the various data types.
PS (Programme Service Name)
The name of the channel will appear in the
display.
PTY (Programme Type Recognition)
The programme type (e.g. Jazz or News) will
appear in the display.
RT (Radio Text)
A text message contains special information
from the broadcast station. This text may
scroll across the display.
CT (Time controlled by the channel)
This shows the time and date as broadcast by
the station.
You can search the radio stations by programme
type by pressing RDS. The display will show the last
PTY in use. Press PTY one or more times to select
your preferred programme type. Press AD. The
tuner will search automatically. When a station is
found the search will stop.
4
Operating
Presetting the Radio Stations
Deleting a saved station
34 Operating
Sound adjustment
Setting the surround mode
This system has a number of preset surround sound
fields. You can select a desired sound mode by
using SOUND EFFECT.
yy You may need to reset the surround mode,
after switching the input, sometimes even
after the sound track changed.
You can change the SOUND EFFECT using AD
arrow key while the sound effect information is
displayed on.
The displayed items for the equalizer maybe
different depending on sound sources and effects.
4
,,Note
yy In some of surround modes, some speakers,
there’s no sound or low sound. It depends
on the mode of surround and the source of
audio, it is not defective.
Operating
On Display
Description
NAT PLUS
The NAT PLUS is Natural Plus
sound effect. You can enjoy
the natural sound effect same
as a 5.1-channel.
NATURAL
You can enjoy comfortable
and natural sound.
POP
CLASSIC
JAZZ
ROCK
This program lends an
enthusiastic atmosphere to
the sound, giving you the
feeling you are at an actual
rock pop, jazz or classic
concert.
BASS
The BASS is Bass Blast. During
playback, reinforce the treble,
bass and surround sound
effect.
LOUDNESS
Improves the bass and treble
sound.
BYPASS
POWER FRONT
(Optional)
You can enjoy the sound
without equalizer effect.
You can enjoy the harmonious
sound. This mode is suited for
all the speakers were placed in
a row.
Operating 35
Advanced Operations
,,Note
Recording to USB
yy You can check the recording percentage
rate for the USB record on the screen during
the recording. (Audio CD or MP3/ WMA CD
only)
You can record music or sound souce to USB device
by connecting in to the port on the unit.
yy During recording MP3/WMA, there is no
sound.
1. Connect the USB device to the unit.
yy When you stop recording during playback,
the file that has been recorded at that time
will be stored. (Audio CD only)
2. Select a mode in which you want to record.
Play back a sound source first.
3. Start the recording by pressing X REC.
4. To stop recording, press Z STOP.
[All tracks/ files recording]
Record to USB in stop or play mode.
[Program list recording]
After marking desired file(s) and you can record
it to USB (Refer to the page 30).
It’ll be stored as follows.
yy If USB recording does not work, the
message like “NO USB”, “ERROR”, “USB FULL”
or “NO REC” is displayed on the display
window.
yy Multi card reader device or external HDD
can not be used for USB recording.
yy A file is recorded by 128 Mbyte (about 2
hours) when you record for a long term.
There are recorded less than 4 files.
yy When you stop recording during playback,
the file that has been recorded at that time
will be stored. (Except MP3/WMA files)
yy In the state CD-G disc USB record is not
operated.
MP3/ WMA
yy The files in the sub-folders are not recorded
during all track recording.
yy You may not record more than 999 files.
The other
sources (Tuner,
AUX, Portable)
yy The numbering of the recording file is
entered from the lowest number. So if you
delete some of the recording files, the next
recording file could be the lowest number
among them.
The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer programs,
files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be
an infringement of copyrights and constitute a
criminal offense. This equipment should not be
used for such purposes.
Be responsible
Respect copyrights.
4
Operating
Audio CD
yy Do not remove the USB device or turn
off the unit during USB recording. If not,
an incomplete file may be made and not
deleted on PC.
36 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
No power
No picture
CORRECTION
Plug the power cord into the wall outlet securely.
Select the appropriate video input mode on the TV so the picture
from the unit appears on the TV screen.
Connect the video cables securely to both the TV and unit.
Select the correct input mode of the unit so you can hear the sound
from the unit.
There is little or no sound
Connect the audio cables into the connection terminals correctly.
Replace with a new audio cable.
The DVD picture quality is poor
Clean the disc by using a soft cloth with outward strokes.
Insert a disc.
A DVD/CD will not play
Insert a playable disc (check the disc type, colour system and
regional code).
Place the disc with the label or printed side facing upwards.
Enter your password or change the rating level.
5
Troubleshooting
Humming noise heard while a DVD
or CD is playing
Clean the disc using a soft cloth with outward strokes.
Move unit and audio components further away from your TV.
Check the antenna connection and adjust its position.
Radio stations can’t be tuned in
properly
Attach an external aerial if necessary.
Tune to the station manually.
Preset some radio stations, see page 33 for details.
The remote is not pointed directly at the unit.
Point the remote directly at the unit.
The remote is too far from the unit.
Use the remote within 23 feet (7m) of the unit.
The remote control doesn’t work
well / at all
There is an obstacle in the path between the remote control and
the unit.
Remove the obstacle.
The battery in the remote control are flat.
Replace the battery with new by ones.
Appendix 37
Controlling a TV with
the Supplied Remote
Control
You can control your TV using the buttons below.
Setting up the remote to
control your TV
You can operate your TV with the supplied remote
control.
If your TV is listed in the table below, set the
appropriate manufacturer code.
1. While holding down 1 (TV POWER) button, and
press the manufacturer code for your TV with
the numerical buttons (see the table below).
Manufacturer
Code Number
LG
1(Default), 2
Zenith
1, 3, 4
By pressing
You can
GoldStar
1, 2
1 (TV POWER)
Turn the TV on or off.
Samsung
6, 7
AV/INPUT
Switch the TV’s input source
between the TV and other
input sources.
Sony
8, 9
Hitachi
4
PR/CH W/S
Scan up or down through
memorized channels.
2. Release the 1 (TV POWER) button to complete
setting.
VOL +/–
Adjust the volume of the TV
Depending on your TV, some or all buttons may not
function on the TV, even after entering the correct
manufacturer code. When you replace the batteries
of the remote, the code number you have set may
be reset to the default setting. Set the appropriate
code number again.
,,Note
Depending on the unit being connected, you
may not be able to control your TV using some
of the buttons.
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Appendix
38 Appendix
Maintenance
Handling the Unit
When shipping the unit
Please save the original shipping carton and
packing materials. If you need to ship the unit, for
maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
Keeping the exterior surfaces clean
yy Do not use volatile liquids such as insecticide
spray near the unit.
yy Wiping with strong pressure may damage the
surface.
yy Do not leave rubber or plastic products in
contact with the unit for a long period of time.
Cleaning the unit
To clean the player, use a soft, dry cloth. If the
surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or
thinner, as these might damage the surface of the
unit.
Maintaining the Unit
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The unit is a high-tech, precision device. If the
optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty
or worn, the picture quality could be diminished.
For details, please contact your nearest authorized
service center.
Notes on Discs
Handling Discs
Do not touch the playback side of the disc. Hold
the disc by the edges so that fingerprints do not
get on the surface. Never stick paper or tape on the
disc.
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its case. Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat
and never leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
sunlight.
Cleaning Discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor
picture quality and sound distortion. Before playing,
clean the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from
the center to out.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners,
or anti-static spray intended for older vinyl records.
Appendix 39
Area Code List
Choose an area code from this list.
AreaCode AreaCode AreaCode AreaCode
Afghanistan AF Fiji FJ Monaco MC Singapore SG
SK
Argentina AR Finland FI Mongolia MN Slovak Republic Australia AU France FR Morocco MA Slovenia Austria AT Germany DE Nepal NP South Africa ZA
Belgium BE Great Britain GB Netherlands NL South Korea KR
Bhutan BT Greece GR Antilles AN Spain ES
Bolivia BO Greenland GL New Zealand NZ Sri Lanka LK
SI
Brazil BR Hong Kong HK Nigeria NG Sweden SE
Cambodia KH Hungary HU Norway NO Switzerland CH
Canada CA India IN Oman OM Taiwan TW
Chile CL Indonesia ID Pakistan PK Thailand China CN Israel IL Panama PA Turkey TR
Colombia CO Italy IT Paraguay PY Uganda UG
Congo CG Jamaica JM Philippines PH Ukraine UA
Costa Rica CR Japan JP Poland PL United States US
Croatia HR Kenya KE Portugal PT Uruguay UY
Czech Republic CZ Kuwait KW Romania RO Uzbekistan UZ
Denmark DK Libya Ecuador EC Luxembourg Egypt EG Malaysia El Salvador SV Maldives MY Saudi Arabia MV Senegal Ethiopia ET Mexico MX
LY Russian
LU Federation Vietnam RU Zimbabwe SA
SN
TH
VN
ZW
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40 Appendix
Language code List
Use this list to input your desired language for the following initial settings: [Disc Audio],
[Disc Subtitle] and [Disc Menu].
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LanguageCode
LanguageCode
LanguageCode
LanguageCode
Afar 6565
French 7082
Lithuanian 7684
Sindhi 8368
Afrikaans 6570
Frisian 7089
Macedonian 7775
Singhalese 8373
Albanian 8381
Galician 7176
Malagasy 7771
Slovak 8375
Ameharic 6577
Georgian 7565
Malay 7783
Slovenian 8376
Arabic 6582
German 6869
Malayalam 7776
Spanish 6983
Armenian 7289
Greek 6976
Maori 7773
Sudanese 8385
Assamese 6583
Greenlandic 7576
Marathi 7782
Swahili 8387
Aymara 6588
Guarani 7178
Moldavian 7779
Swedish 8386
Azerbaijani 6590
Gujarati 7185
Mongolian 7778
Tagalog 8476
Bashkir 6665
Hausa 7265
Nauru7865
Tajik 8471
Basque 6985
Hebrew 7387
Nepali 7869
Tamil 8465
Bengali; Bangla 6678
Hindi 7273
Norwegian 7879
Telugu 8469
Bhutani 6890
Hungarian 7285
Oriya 7982
Thai 8472
Bihari 6672
Icelandic 7383
Panjabi 8065
Tonga 8479
Breton 6682
Indonesian 7378
Pashto, Pushto 8083
Turkish 8482
Bulgarian 6671
Interlingua 7365
Persian 7065
Turkmen 8475
Burmese 7789
Irish 7165
Polish 8076
Twi 8487
Byelorussian 6669
Italian 7384
Portuguese 8084
Ukrainian 8575
Chinese 9072
Japanese 7465
Quechua 8185
Urdu 8582
Croatian 7282
Kannada 7578
Rhaeto-Romance 8277
Uzbek 8590
Czech 6783
Kashmiri 7583
Rumanian 8279
Vietnamese 8673
Danish 6865
Kazakh 7575
Russian 8285
Volapük 8679
Dutch 7876
Kirghiz 7589
Samoan 8377
Welsh 6789
English 6978
Korean 7579
Sanskrit 8365
Wolof 8779
Esperanto 6979
Kurdish 7585
Scots Gaelic 7168
Xhosa 8872
Estonian 6984
Laothian 7679
Serbian 8382
Yiddish 7473
Faroese 7079
Latin 7665
Serbo-Croatian 8372
Yoruba 8979
Fiji 7074
Latvian, Lettish 7686
Shona 8378
Zulu 9085
Finnish 7073
Lingala 7678
Appendix
41
Trademarks and
Licenses
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries.
“DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are
trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries
and are used under license.
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42 Appendix
Specifications
General
Power requirements
Refer to main label.
Power consumption
Refer to main label.
Dimensions (W x H x D)
360 x 60 x 306 mm
Net Weight (Approx.)
2.45 kg
Operating temperature
41 °F to 95 °F (5 °C to 35 °C)
Operating humidity
5 % to 90 %
Bus Power Supply (USB)
DC 5 V 0 500 mA
Inputs/ Outputs
VIDEO OUT
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, sync negative, RCA jack x 1
HDMI OUT (video/audio)
19 pin (Type A, HDMI™ Connector )
ANALOG AUDIO IN
2.0 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB), 600 Ω, RCA jack (L, R) x 1
PORT. IN
0.5Vrms (3.5 mm stereo jack)
Amplifier
Stereo mode
Surround mode
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42 W + 42 W (3 Ω at 1kHz)
Front
42 W x 2 (3 Ω at 1kHz)
Center
42 W (3 Ω at 1kHz)
Surround
42 W x 2 (3 Ω at 1kHz)
Subwoofer
120 W (4 Ω at 80Hz)
Appendix
Tuner
FM Tuning Range
87.5 to 108.0 MHz or 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
Appendix 43
Front Speaker (Left/ Right)
Type
1 way 1 speaker
Impedance Rated
3Ω
Input Power
42 W
Max. Input Power
84W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
250 x 1050 x 250 mm
Net Weight
3.2 kg
Rear Speaker (Left/ Right)
Type
1 way 1 speaker
Impedance Rated
3Ω
Input Power
42 W
Max. Input Power
84 W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
74 x 128 x 66 mm
Net Weight
0.37 kg
Centre Speaker
Type
1 way 1 speaker
Impedance Rated
3Ω
Input Power
42 W
Max. Input Power
84 W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
260 x 93 x 74 mm
Net Weight
0.6 kg
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Subwoofer
1 Way 1 Speaker
Impedance Rated
4Ω
Input Power
120 W
Max. Input Power
240 W
Net Dimensions (W x H x D)
156 x 325 x 268 mm
Net Weight
3.05 kg
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Appendix
Type
44 Warranty
Technology with the human touch
GUARANTEE
• LG Electronics U.K. Ltd. will provide the following services in order to expedite this Guarantee.
1. All faulty components which fail due to defective manufacture will be replaced free of charge for a period of 12 months
from the original date of purchase.
2. The dealer (or his service agent) who sold the product will be reimbursed for any labour provided in the 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.
PLEASE NOTE:
A. The dealer may restrict the guarantee to the original purchaser.
B. The dealer is not obliged to carry out service under guarantee if unauthorized modifications are made to the apparatus,
or if non standard components are used or if the serial number of the apparatus is removed, defaced, misused, or altered.
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 out that your dealer is not obligated to replace batteries if they become exhausted or worn in use.
E. Aerial alignment and consumer control adjustments are not covered by this guarantee.
This guarantee does not affect your 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 UK: 0344 847 5454 IE: 01 686 9454
MODEL NO.*
SERIAL NO.*
DATE OF PURCHASE.*
In all cases of difficulty - consult your LG dealer from whom the product was purchased
LGEUK Website : www.lg.com/uk
(Service website : www.lg.com/uk/support)
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