LG | KR-820RV | LG KR-820RV Owner’s Manual

FL-R750V.JA7IDLS(KR-R750V)/JA7IDL1(KR-800RV)
FL-R760V.JA7IDLC(KR-R760V)/JA7IDL1(KR-820RV)
VIDEO CD PLAYER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
KR-R750V
KR-R760V
KR-800RV
KR-820RV
VIDEO CD
Before
connecting, operating
please
read this instruction booklet
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
Precautions
Safety
CAUTION: The
CAUTION
water, dripping
filled with
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
on
the
apparatus shall
or
liquids,
splashing
such
as
not be
and that
exposed to
objects
be placed
no
vases, shall
apparatus.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK
SERIAL NUMBER: The serial number is found
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
the back of this unit. This number is
(OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
requested
PERSONNEL.
as a
flash with arrowhead
an
equilateral triangle
intended to alert the
user
Serial No.
guide
_____________________________
______________________________
is
to the pres-
of uninsulated
ence
information here and retain this
permanent record of your purchase.
Model No.
lightning
symbol within
on
to this
unit and not available to others. You should record
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
This
unique
dangerous voltage
product's enclosure that may
sufficient magnitude to constitute
About the
symbols
for instructions
within the
be of
a
risk of electric shock to persons.
Indicates hazards
the unit itself
Indicates
The exclamation
lateral
triangle
point
within
an
equi-
is intended to alert the
user
to the presence of
ating
and maintenance
important oper(servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
This
Digital
System.
Video Disc
Player employs
a
Laser
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner's manual carefully and retain for future
reference, should the unit require maintenance,
contact
an
authorized service location-see service
procedure.
Use of
of
controls, adjustments
procedures
or
other than those
the performance
specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To
prevent direct exposure
try
to open the enclosure. Visible laser radiation
to laser
beam, do
when open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
2
not
or
likely
to
cause
other material
special operating
harm to
damage.
features of
this unit.
Indicates
tips
task easier.
and hints for
making
the
Contents
Introduction
PlayingRepeatedly.................18
SafetyPrecautions..................2
ProgramPlay.....................19
Contents..........................3
RandomPlay.....................20
BeforeUse......................4-6
SwitchingtheSound................20
PlayableDiscs..................4
Precautions.....................5
OperationwithMP3Disc
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NotesonMP3..................21
PlayingMP3disc................22
PBCPlayback..................23-24
Preparation
Preparations.....................6-7
Settingthecolorsystem...........6
Connecting
the AC power cord
Transportingtheplayer.
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Connections.......................7
Reference
Glossary.........................24
AdditionalInformation...............25
Troubleshooting...................26
Specifications.....................27
Operation
PlayingaVIDEOCD................8
KARAOKEFunction...............9-10
UsingtheOn-ScreenDisplay
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UsingtheFrontPanelDisplay.
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ResumePlay.....................13
LocationaSpecificTrack.
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TimeSearch......................14
Locating
a
Particular Point in
a
Scene
or
Track...........................15
DigestPlay....................16-17
DiscDigest....................16
TrackDigest...................17
IntroScan........................17
3
INTRODUC
Before Use
Disc-related terms
Discs
Playable
Track
Video CD
(VCD)
(8cm/12cmdisc)
Audio CD
(8cm/12cmdisc)
In addition, this unit
can
play
a
CD-R
CD-RW that contains audio titles
or
or
MP3
video CD
or an
assigned
a
Do not attach any seal or label to either
(the labeled side or the recorded
side
side)
of
Do not
a
disc.
irregular shaped
heart-shaped or octagonal).
use
CDs
on a
audio CD. Each track is
track number,
enabling
you to
On
a
video CD with PBC
(Playback control)
divided into sections called "Scenes".
and
to locate the
A
scene
on
It may result
playback operations
to disc content
of Video CDs
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 Video CDs.
in the
menu screen
number, enabling you
you want.
of one or several
scene
composed
Types
of video CDs
are
two
Video CDs
Video CDs
may be intentionally fixed by software manufacturers. As this unit plays Video CDs
according
is
displayed
a scene
tracks.
There
Notes
is
scene
assigned
(e.g.,
in malfunctions.
types of video CDs:
equipped
with PBC
(Version
2.0)
PBC
(Playback control)
to interact with the
functions allow you
system via
menus,
search functions, or other typical computerlike operations. Moreover, still pictures of
high
resolution
can
be
played
if
they
are
included in the disc.
Video CDs not
(Version 1.1)
Operated in the
equipped
same
these discs allow
as
well
as
with PBC.
4
only)
piece
Scene
Each
Notes
Some
musical
or a
locate the track you want.
are
?
picture
a
functions, moving pictures and still pictures
files.
?
CD and audio CD
(Video
Sections of
way
with PBC
as
audio CDs,
playback of video pictures
sound, but they are not equipped
Before Use
(Continued)
Storing
Precautions
After
Handling
the unit
discs
playing,
store the disc in its
case.
When
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or
sources of heat, or leave it in a parked car
The
exposed
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.
When
The
setting the unit
picture and sound of
nearby TV, VCR,
during playback. In
a
radio may be distorted
this case, position the unit away from the TV,
VCR, or radio, or turn off the unit after
or
the
sunlight,
there may be
increase inside
as
temperature
car.
discs
Cleaning
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 out.
the surface clean
keep
Do not
to direct
considerable
the disc.
removing
To
a
use
volatile
liquids,
such
insecti-
as
cide spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber of plastic products in contact with the
unit for
marks
a
on
of time.
long period
They
will leave
the surface.
Cleaning
the unit
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for
older
vinyl
records.
To clean the cabinet
Use
a
soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces
extremely dirty,
tened with
a
use a
mild
soft cloth
detergent
are
lightly
About
Symbols
mois-
solution. Do not
strong solvents, such as alcohol, benzine, or thinner, as these might damage the
About the
symbol display
use
surface of the unit.
Notes
on
Handling
Discs
"
may appear on the TV screen during
operation. This icon means the function
explained in this owner's manual is not
available on that specific Video CD.
discs
Do not touch the
Hold the disc
prints
"
will not
by
playback side of the disc.
edges so that finger-
the
get
on
Do not stick paper
the surface.
or
tape
on
the disc.
5
INTRODUC
Preparations
the color
Setting
This
color
player
Connecting
system
conforms to the NTSC and PAL
systems.
remote to the
Press PAL/NTSC
on
appropriate position, according
system of your TV is NTSC:
Press PAL/NTSC on the remote to select
NTSC. "NTSC" appears in the front panel
Pictures will not be displayed if you
display.
set the PAL. When you
on
stretched
PAL
If the color
play
a
VIDEO CD
system, the picture will be
vertically
with the lower
?
part
and will be
of the
displayed
picture cut off.
system of your TV is PAL:
Press PAL/NTSC
on
the remote to select
PAL. "PAL" appears in the front panel
display. Pictures will not be displayed if you
set the NTSC. When you play a VIDEO CD
based
on
stretched
NTSC
system, the picture will be
horizontally
and will be
with the upper and lower
screen masked in black.
displayed
parts of the
PAL/NTSC
Additional information for remote
These buttons
6
Transporting
Before
If the color
based
Connect the AC power cord to
are
not available.
a
wall outlet.
the
to your TV.
?
the AC power cord
the
player
the
transporting
player, follow the
below
to
return
the internal mechprocedure
anisms to their original position.
1. Remove the disc from the disc
tray.
2. Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the dis
tray. "no dISC" appears in the display.
3. Wait for 10
seconds, then press POWER
to turn off the
player.
4. Disconnect the AC power cord from
outlet.
5. Put the
player
in the
original
a
wall
carton and
transport the player.
Inserting
You
can
supplied
Batteries into the Remote
control the
player using
remote. Insert two R03
the
(size AAA)
by matching the 3 and # ends on
the batteries to the markings inside the
compartment. When using the remote, point
it at the remote sensor on the player.
batteries
Connections
What cords will I need?
Overview
Video
This section describes how to hook up the
VIDEO CD player to a TV (with audio/video
input jacks)
and/or
an
amplifier.
turn off the power of each
making
Be
sure
to
connecting
cord
(supplied) (1)
Yellow
Audio
component before
Yellow
connecting
cord
(supplied) (1)
Red
the connections.
Red
(R)
White
When
TV
listening
speakers
to the sound
White
(L)
through
PREATION
(R)
(L)
Audio and video
connecting
cord
(not supplied) (1)
Yellow
Yellow
White
White
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
RL
(L)
(L)
Red
Red
(R)
(R)
Hookups
When
connecting
the cord, be
to match
sure
the color-coded cord to the
appropriate jacks
on the components: Yellow (video) to Yellow,
Red (right) to Red and White (left) to White.
Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid
hum and noise.
When
When
listening to the sound through
speakers connected to an amplifier
TV
listening
speakers
VIDEO CD
VIDEO
OUT
to the sound
through
player
AUDIO
OUT
RL
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
TV
RL
INPUT
L
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
When
listening to the sound through
speakers connected to an amplifier
VIDEO CD
VIDEO
OUT
player
AUDIO
OUT
RL
Amplifier
CD
L
R
TV
INPUT
L
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
7
Playing
?
?
VIDEO CD
a
See page 7 for the
You
can
also
play
information.
hookup
audio CDs
just
like
Press
The disc
VIDEO CDs.
?
OPEN/CLOSE, and
3 the disc into the disc tray.place
When you turn on the player, "LG"
appears on the TV screen.
on
the left
(DISC 1)
is
played
first.
logo
1,2,3
With the label side up
DISC SKIP
POWER
Press PLAY.
OPEN/CLOSE
PREV.
PAUSE
4 The disc tray closes and the player
plays
NEXT
PLAY/SELECT
the disc in the
Adjust
the volume
5 amplifier.
To stop
player.
on
the TV
or
the
playback
Press x.
You
can resume playback from the
point you stopped the VIDEO CD
(Resume Play, see page 13).
playing VIDEO CDs
When
with PBC
functions
In
step 4, the
the TV
CD
menu screen
You
screen.
can
appears on
play the VIDEO
interactively, following
tions
on
the
Playback,
menu screen.
see
page
the instruc-
To
Operation
Stop playback
Press x.
Pause
Press PAUSE.
Resume
play
PLAY.
Go to the next track,
in play mode
Press NEXT.
Go back to the
Press PREV.
1
using
preceding track, or
scene in play mode
(PBC
23.)
8
TV
on
the TV and select the video
input
so
that you
can
view the
the disc you want to
remove after stopping
pictures
player.
Press POWER to turn
er.
Press OPEN/CLOSE,
ever contains
which
Turn
from this
2
a
or
or scene
Take out the disc
When
Press PAUSE
after pause
play.
on
the
play-
Play
disc
directly
Go to the next disc,
or scene in play mode
Press DISC1,2
or
Press DISC SKIP.
3.
KARAOKE Function
You
can
play
karaoke
(singing along)
with
CDs.
Connect
3 MIC2
or
a
microphone
to MIC1 or
to both sockets.
ECHO
Notes
If
?
howling
the
or
?
KEY CONTROL
,
MIC 1 and
MIC VOLUME
MIC 2
control
jacks
occurs:
Move the
microphone(s)
speakers.
away from the TV
Lower the volume of the TV
or
the
amplifi-
er.
?
Lower the
microphone
volume
or
echo off.
If the sound is distorted when the
is connected to
?
Lower the
a
player
TV:
microphone
volume and music
level.
Mic. 1
Mic. 2
KEY CONTROL
Microphone
(not supplied)
Press SCORE to enter KARAOKE
4 mode.
"KARAOKE" indicator appears in the
front panel display.
1
2
Load
a
karaoke Video CD.
5
Set the MIC VOLUME control to
the minimum level to prevent
acoustic feedback (e.g. a loud
howling sound) before
ing the microphone.
connect-
6
Press the number buttons
or
press PREV./NEXT to select the
track you want to sing.
Press PLAY to start
playback.
MIC VOLUME control and
7 Adjustsing
then
a
song.
9
OPERATION
KARAOKE Function
(Continued)
Score Indication
appears on the TV screen after
track of song is ended, and this unit is
Song
a
To exit KARAOKE mode
score
To
paused.
sing
another song,
Press SCORE until "KARAOKE" indicator
disappears.
repeat steps
5-7.
When you don't
Changing
microphone(s)
Unplug the microphone(s),
microphone(s) off and turn
the
key (Key Control)
You
can change the key to suit your vocal
range. While playing karaoke, press one of
the KEY CONTROL buttons repeatedly to
find the
key
Operation
Lower the
key
Press #.
key
Press 2.
Return to the
original
Press
3 (on the
remote).
You
can adjust the key to 15 steps (7 steps
higher, 7 steps lower and the original key).
The setting appears on the TV screen.
Adjusting
You
the echo level
give an echo effects to the sound
microphones.
Press ECHO on the player to adjust the
strength of echo. Each time you press
ECHO while using microphone(s), the front
panel display changes as follows.
can
from the
EchoOFF→Echo1→Echo2→Echo3
The
same
echo level is
microphones
Mic 2 jacks.
10
applied
to both
connected to the Mic 1 and
If you press SCORE when a VIDEO CD
with PBC functions is inserted, the PBC
mode is set to OFF
?
key
switch the
the MIC
Notes
?
Raise the
the
VOLUME control to MIN.
that suits your vocal range
To
use
automatically.
If you don't want any echo effect, set the
Echo OFF position.
Using
You
can
player
the On-Screen
check the
operating
Display
status of the
and the information about the disc
with the
on-screen
display
on
the TV
Display
information of SINGLE
ELAPSED mode
screen.
SINGLE ELAPSED
02:20
OPERATION
Current Track
OSD
Total Track
1/01
02:18
Playing
time
on
the
current track
Display
information of SINGLE REMAIN
mode
SINGLE REMAIN
01:18
Current Track
Total Track
Press OSD button.
1/01
on-screen
display change
Remaining time
on
the current track
Each time you press OSD while
the
01:18
as
playing disc,
follows.
Note that you cannot check the remaining
time during PBC Playback (page 23).
Display
SINGLE ELAPSED
SINGLE REMAIN
information of TOTAL REMAIN
mode
TOTAL REMAIN
52:02
TOTAL REMAIN
ON SCREEN OFF
Current Track
(No display)
Total Track
1/01
52:02
Remaining time
on
the disc
11
Using
You
can
using
the Front Panel
Display
check information about the disc
the front
panel display.
Display
information while
playing
a
VIDEO CD with PBC functions
The front
playing
panel display
shows the PBC, and
time of disc.
OSD
"PBC" is
displayed
playing
VIDEO CD with
a
while
PBC function.
VCD
PBC
ST.
PAL
Checking the total number and
playing time of the tracks before
start playing
you
The front
num-
panel display
ber of tracks, and total
shows the total
playing
time.
VIDEO CD indicator
Checking
the
Playing
remaining
time
time
Each time you press OSD while playing a
disc, the display changes as shown in the
Total number of tracks
chart below.
VCD
ST.
PAL
Total
Display
playing
information while
time
playing
Playing
an
ST.
PAL
current track
panel display shows the current
playing time of the track.
track number, and
Current track number
time
and number
of the
audio CD
The front
Note that you cannot check the remaining
during PBC Playback (page 23).
time
Press ON SCREEN
Remaining
time
Audio CD indictor
on
the
ST.
current track
PAL
This information is not available in
CD
Program
ST.
PAL
Playing
or
Random
Play
mode
Press ON SCREEN
Remaining
time
time
on
the
ST.
disc
Display
information while
playing
a
VIDEO CD without PBC functions
The front
panel display shows the current
playing time of the track.
track number, and
Current track number
VIDEO CD indicator
VCD
ST.
PAL
Playing
12
time
PAL
This information is not available in
Program
or
Press ON SCREEN
Random
Play
mode
Resume
Play
The
player memorizes the point you stopped
VIDEO CD and you can resume playback
from that point. Press RESUME and play will
Notes
a
resume
?
Depending on where you stopped the
VIDEO CD, the player may not resume
playback from exactly the same point.
?
The
from this
Note that while
point.
playing
VIDEO CD with
a
PBC function is available
only during playback in PBC OFF (PBC OFF, page 23).
Note that Resume Play is not available while
playing an audio CD.
point
at which you
stopped playing
is
cleared when:
-
-
-
-
OPERATION
To turn off the unit.
You press number buttons.
You remove the VIDEO CD from the
player.
unplug
player.
You
AC power cord of the
RESUME
1
While
playing
press x to
a
VIDEO CD,
stop playback.
Press RESUME.
2 "RESUME" appears
on
the TV screen,
and the
player starts playback from the
point you stopped the VIDEO CD in
Step 1. If "RESUME" does not appear,
Resume. Play is not available.
To
play from the beginning
disc, press PLAY.
of the
13
Location
Location
You
a
Specific
Specific
a
Track / Time Search
Track
Locating
a
Point
quickly locate any scene or track
while playing a disc using the PREV,NEXT
Time
buttons
This function lets you
guide to find a certain
can
or
number buttons.
Note that while
playing
VIDEO CD with
a
PBC function is available
To
back in PBC OFF
CDs,
only during play(PBC OFF, page 23).
use
(Time Search)
elapsed time as a
point on a VIDEO CD.
use
Time Search function with VIDEO
see
means
by Elapsed
the
below.
explain
"Elapsed"
beginning of the
playing time of the cur-
the time from the
disc and is not the
rent track.
Time Search function is
when
playing
especially useful
only a few
discs that have
track divisions.
PREV
NEXT
Press TIME SEARCH while
1
playing a disc
playing.
or
before you
start
The
Number buttons
following
menu
appears
on
the TV
screen
TV screen
To locate
Operation
The next
Press NEXT
tracks
subsequent
(AMS).
or
repeatedly
until
you find the
scene or track.
The current
tracks
or
preceding
(AMS).
2
seconds)
Press PREV.
repeatedly
specific
track
directly.
(in minutes and
point that you
of the
want to locate.
until
The entered time appears on the TV
screen and playback starts from the
you find the
scene or track
A
Press the number buttons to
enter the time
entered time.
Press Number
button of the
If
track.
you've
made
a
mistake
Press TIME SEARCH
again,
then press
the correct number button.
Note
During PBC Playback,
PREV and NEXT
buttons have different functions from the
ones
page
explained
23).
above
(PBC playback,
see
To
use
(Ver. 2.0 discs)
by pressing PBC
Set the PBC mode to OFF
(PBC OFF,
above.
14
Time Search function with VIDEO
CDs with PBC function
page
23)
and do steps 1 and 2
Locating
You
a
Particular Point in
also locate
particular point in a
playing a disc.
During PBC Playback (page 23), this function is available only while playing moving
pictures. While playing an audio CD or a CD
audio track in a VIDEO CD, changing the
search speed while locating a point or a
Slow-motion Play is not available.
can
scene or
a
track while
a
Scene
To locate
or
point
monitoring
picture or
a
While
the
Track
sound
Operation
Press M SCAN
(forward) or m SCAN
(back ward) repeatedly
to select the speed
(FFx1orFRx1,FF
x2orFRx2,FFx3or
FRx3,orFFx4or
FR
x4).
When you
find the
point, press
PLAY to return to the
normal
speed.
You
will not hear the
sound while
PLAY
SCAN
playing
a
VIDEO CD. Note that
SCAN
you cannot change
the search speed on
audio CDs.
SLOW
Slowly by
observing
TV
screen
Press SLOW. You
the
will not hear the
(Slow
motion
sound
during
operation.
Play)
the
When you find the
point, press PLAY to
return to the normal
speed.
If you want to change the playback
speed during Slow-motion Play
Press SLOW repeatedly until you find the
playback speed you want. Three speeds
are
available: SLOW 1, SLOW 2 and
SLOW 3. Each time you press SLOW,
the indication changes as follows.
SLOW1→SLOW2→SLOW3→PLAY
15
OPERATION
Digest Play
Locating by Observing Several
Scenes at One Time
This function is available
(Digest Play)
only
VIDEO CD is inserted. You
disc
still
Press button 2.
The TV
first
screen
scenes
a
TV
pictures
on
of the
the disc.
screen
at
pictures
Digest Play
shows still
of tracks 1 to 9
locate the
you want by observing several
one time on the TV screen.
or scene
Note that
an
when
can
2
1
2
3
8
9
4
7
6
5
is not available when
audio CD inserted.
To
PREV
PROGRAM
NEXT
view
still
numbered
pictures
over
Press NEXT. The TV
pictures
of
the tracks
9
screen
shows still
of tracks 10 to 18.
To go back to the
PREV.
previous
screen, press
Press the number button to select
DIGEST/INTRO
Number
buttons
3 the track.
The
player
starts
playing
from the
selected track.
To cancel Disc
Digest
Press x.
Note
Locating the track
(Disc Digest)
You
you want
on a
disc
locate the track you want by
observing the first picture of up to 9 tracks
on
can
the disc at
1
one
time
on
the TV
Press DIGEST/INTRO in stop
mode.
The
following
menu
appears
screen.
TV
screen
1. INTRO
2. DISC
3. TRACK
4. EXIT
DIGEST MENU
16
screen.
on
the TV
If you press DIGEST/INTRO in stop mode
when a VIDEO CD with PBC functions is
inserted, the PBC mode is
matically.
set to OFF auto-
Digest Play (Continued)
Locating the point you
(Track Digest)
want in
You
divide
can
have the
sections. You
time
player
picture
the TV
on
track
a
track into 9
screen.
This
might
be
Press DIGEST/INTRO in stop
mode.
The
following
menu
appears
on
the TV
If you press DIGEST/INTRO in stop mode
when a VIDEO CD with PBC functions is
inserted, the PBC mode is
you want
of each section at
point
useful when you play a disc which is divided
into few tracks, such as a movie.
1
Notes
?
locate the
the first
by viewing
one
can
a
/ Into Scan
set to OFF auto-
matically.
?
When
a
track is shorter than about 40
sec-
onds, the player may divide the track into
less than 9 sections.
the
Locating
each track
beginning part of
or scene (Intro Scan)
The first
portion of each track will be played
sequentially. While the disc is
being played as Intro Scan, the front panel
display will show track number and elapsed
screen.
TV
10 seconds
screen
1. INTRO
2. DISC
3. TRACK
4. EXIT
time.
DIGEST MENU
1
2
Press button 3.
The
divides the track into 9
player
sections and the TV
pictures
TV
screen
The
shows still
following
menu
appears
on
the TV
screen.
of each section in order.
TV
screen
Current Track
screen
1
Press DIGEST/INTRO in stop
mode.
2
3
1. INTRO
2. DISC
3. TRACK
4. EXIT
DIGEST MENU
8
9
4
TRACK SCAN 1
7
6
5
2
Press the
corresponding
number
3 button to select the point you
want.
The
starts
from the
player
playing
point.
The player may start playing from a
point which is a little different from the
one displayed during Track Digest.
selected
To cancel Track
Press button 1.
The first
played
portion
of each track will be
10 seconds
sequentially.
Press PLAY to start
playback
3 when the track you want to play
back is selected.
To cancel Intro Scan
Press x.
Digest
Press x.
During Track Digest, you can start
Digest on another track
Track
Press PREV.
or
NEXT.
17
OPERATION
Playing Repeatedly
You
Repeating
a
can play all the tracks, a single track or
specific portion repeatedly.
In Random or Program Play mode, the play-
"REPEAT ALL" is
er
repeats the track in the random
grammed
or
pro-
order.
Note that while
playing
VIDEO CD with
a
PBC function is available
only during play(PBC OFF, page 23).
back in PBC OFF
REPEAT
the all track
When the disc
is
played
(when
selected.)
The
player repeats
in
Play (page 8)
All the tracks
on
disc
Random Play
(page 20)
All the tracks
on
the
Program Play
(page 19)
All the
disc in random order
programmed
tracks
AB
Repeating a specific portion
(A↔B Repeat)
You
Press REPEAT while
playing
disc.
a
Each you press the button the indication
as follows.
changes
REPEAT 1
→
REPEAT
→
REPEAT ALL → REPEAT OFF
(No diplay)
*
Any
indication REP-ONE, REP-ALL, or
on the TV screen.
REP-OFF appears
Repeating
the current track
"REPEAT 1" is
When the disc
is
played
(when
1
While playing a disc, press A↔B
when you find the starting point
(point A) to be played repeatedly.
"REPEAT A-" appears in the front
selected.)
The
can play a specific portion in a track
repeatedly.
This might be useful when you want to
memorize lyrics. Note that you cannot repeat
a portion extending to two tracks. During
PBC Playback (page 23), A↔B Repeat may
not be available depending on scenes.
player repeats
TV
in
screen
SET A
Play (page 8)
current track
Random Play
(page 20)
current track
Program Play
(page 19)
current track
When you reach the
"REPEAT A-B" appears in the front panel
this specific
Repeating only selected
"REPEAT" is selected.)
is
played
The
a
disc
(when
TV
screen
ATOB
player repeats
in
Play (page 8)
All the track selected
Random
Play
(page 20)
All the tracks in random
To cancel A-B
order
Press A↔B
Program Play
(page 19)
All the
18
ending point
2 (point B), press A↔B again.
display. The player plays
portion repeatedly.
When the disc
panel
display.
tracks
on
selected
a
a
disc.
disc
programmed
on
selected
a
disc
or
Repeat
x.
Program Play
Creating
Your Own
Program
You
can arrange the order of the tracks on
the disc and create your own program. The
program can contain up to 20 tracks.
Note that while
playing
a
VIDEO CD with
PBC function is available
back in PBC OFF
only during play(PBC OFF, page 23).
Checking
You
start
the track order
check your program before you
can
playing.
Press PROGRAM
step in the programmed order. After the
step in the program, the front pane
display shows "00"
original display.
and returns to the
PREV
PROGRAM
NEXT
Changing
PLAY/SELECT
You
the track order
change
playing.
can
start
your program before you
To
Operation
Add
1
the remote.
each
last
In
on
Each time you press this button, the front
panel display shows the track number of
stop mode, press PROGRAM.
"PROGRAM" appears in the front
steps
Press PROGRAM to
to
the end of the
repeatedly
program
the track number is
to find
"00".And select
panel
a
display.
track
Select the tracks you want to
buttons then press
PROGRAM.
2 program.
track
using
number
Press PROGRAM
On the remote
Change
Press the number buttons of the tracks
number of the
repeatedly
you want to program in the order you
want or press PREV./NEXT until the num-
program.
track number you
want to change then
a
ber of the track you want to program
appears in the front panel display.
to find the
change
the track
number
using
number
buttons.
On the
With
player
playback stopped,
press
.
./>.until the
number of the track you want to program
appears in the front panel display.
3
4
Press PROGRAM.
Erase the
Press PROGRAM
whole program
then
completely.
Create
press.x
a new
program
following the
programming procedure.
You
can
check the contents of the TV
screen.
Repeat
2-3.
Press to PLAY/SELECT start
5 Play.
Program
The program remains
Program Play ends
even
after the
Press PROGRAM until "PROGRAM"
appears in the front panel
press PLAY/SELECT you
same
program
display then
play the
can
again.
19
OPERATION
Random
Playing
You
can
Play / Switching
in Random Order
play
Switching
all of the tracks in random
order. Note that while
playing
with PBC function is available
playback
the Sound
in PBC OFF
a
VIDEO CD
only during
(PBC OFF, page 23).
You
can
the Sound
select the sound from the
right
or
left channel and listen to the sound of the
selected channel
through
both the
right
and
left
speakers. In this case, the sound loses
the stereo effect.
PLAY/SELECT
L/R/STEREO
RANDOM
During playing
or
in
Press L/R/ST. while
stop mode,
press RANDOM and starts Random
Play.
"RANDOM" appears in the front
panel
dis-
playing
a
disc.
Each time you press the button, the
indication and the sound from the speakers
change
as
follows:
play.
To cancel Random
Press RANDOM
pears in the front
or
Play
x "RANDOM" will
panel display.
Press
Indication*
Operation
Once
MONO L
The sound of the
Twice
MONO R
The sound of the
disap-
left channel
right
Three
STEREO
The standard
times
*
20
channel
stereo sound
Any
indication L, R,
front
panel display.
or
ST. appears in the
Operation
The VIDEO CD
recordings
on
with MP3 Disc
Player
discs. Before
playing
the
notes.
following
Notes
can
MP3
MP3 format
play
CD-ROM, CD-R
or
Tips
recordings,
read
?
enjoy high quality sound, convert to
a sampling frequency of
44.1kHz and a fixed bit rate of 128 kbps.
MP3
on
An MP3 file is audio data
compressed by
using MPEG1, the audio layer-3 file-coding
scheme. We call files that have the ".mp3"
?
file extension "MP3 files."
The
player
has
a
can
not read
an
MP3 file that
file extension other than
".mp3."
?
Noises may be heard if you play a nonMP3 file that has the ".mp3" extension.
The restriction of
?
The
player
can
play
MP3
playing
up to 999 files and dis-
254 folders per disc. A disc having
more than 999 files and 254 folders cannot
be
played
and
The folder is
displayed.
not displayed
?
?
in the front
described
page 22.
MP3 files in the
on
The
player
With
multi-session disc, the
the disc.
may not play
order that you recorded them
play
?
menu as
a
on
Writing software that is capable of recording MP3 files in numerical and alphabetical
order is required.
Include a two or three digit number at the
beginning of each file name. (e.g. "01,"
"02," ...or "001," "002," ...)
It's recommended that you use only the
root folder (do not create a child folder
under the root folder).
the disc.
player
Extension:
An extension is the last three characters that
divide
a
file
name
by
cannot
It may take over 30 seconds to read the
MP3 files, depending on the contents of
the disc.
ware
in which the file
A session is
the
one
beginning
?
?
to five characters
TV
screen.
are
displayed
was
or
the soft-
created.
section
on a
disc between
of data and the end of written
data. A multi-session disc has
more
than two
sessions.
Note
Depending
The limitation of indications
Up
The extension
period.
Session:
on
the state of MP3
there may be sound
?
a
shows the attribution of the file
panel display and track number is displayed only. To select another folder, use
the MP3
MP3 files in the order that
Glossary
play
?
play
you recorded them
?
?
MP3
To
To
?
recording
MP3 files with
About MP3
?
on
CD-RW
skips
recording,
during
and noise
playback.
on
the
Characters other than uppercase letters
("A" to"Z"), numbers ("0" to "9") and under-
score("_") may not be displayed, or may be
displayed in different characters.
The elapsed playing time on the display
may not be correct when playing MP3 files.
21
OPERATION
Operation
Playing
with MP3 Disc
(Continued)
Press PREV.
MP3 disc
or
NEXT to select
3 the desired MP3 file of the selected
on your disc then
PLAY/SELECT
press
RETURN
directory
Playback starts; playback
will end when
all tracks of the disc have
played.
To stop
Press x
during playback.
To
another track
skip to
playback
?
Press PREV
previous
or
?
or
during
NEXT to
track
play the next
during playback.
track
Press number buttons to select the desired
track.
To pause playback
Press PAUSE during playback, press
PLAY/SELECT or PAUSE to return to
1
Insert
a
The MP3
disc and close the tray.
menu
appears
on
normal
playback.
the TV
screen.
To
the first
move to
menu
(Root Directory)
Press RETURN.
FOLDER
ROOT
:
PAGE 01/01
AAAA
CCCCCC
EEEE
GGG
JJJJJJJ
BBBB
DDD
FFFF
HHHHHHH
To
?
To
play
MP3 files
playback
repeatedly
track
repeatedly, press
REPEAT once during playback. "REPEAT 1"
indicator appears in the front panel display.
a
The current track will be
Press PREV.
or
NEXT to select
2 the folder where MP3 files that
you want to play are located and
then press PLAY/SELECT.
played
back
repeatedly.
?To
playback all tracks of current folder
repeatedly, press REPEAT twice during
playback. "REPEAT ALL" indicator appears
in the front panel display.
All of the tracks within the folder will be
MP3 FILE
:
AAAA
PAGE 01/02
01KKKKK
03MMM
05PPP
07RRRRR
09TTTT
11VVVVV
22
02LLLL
04NNNNN
06QQQQQ
08SSS
10UUUUU
12WWWWW
played
back
repeatedly.
?To cancel repeat playback, press REPEAT
repeatedly until the REPEAT indicator
disappears
in the front
panel display.
PBC
Playback
Playing VIDEO CDs
Select the item number you want.
with
2 On
PBC Function
playing VIDEO CDs with PBC
(Ver. 2.0 discs), you can enjoy
playing simple interactive software, software
with search functions, etc. PBC Playback
allows you to play VIDEO CDs interactively,
following the menu screen in the TV screen.
On this player, you can use the number
buttons, PREV, NEXT and RETURN during
PBC Playback.
Also refer to the instructions supplied with
the disc, as the operating procedure may differ according to the VIDEO CD.
the remote
Press the number button of the item you
want. When you want to select an item
When
Function
number, press corresponding number
buttons.
Example
:
To select the item number 30
Press 3
then 0
on
the remote first,
the remote.
on
Follow the instructions
3
menu screen
on
the
for interactive
operations.
When
Do the
Selecting
the
following
Press number button of
item
item you want
on
the
remote.
Press RETURN, PREV
NEXT (Also refer to the
back
Going
to the menu
or
instructions
screen
RETURN
the disc,
as
supplied with
the operating
procedure may differ
according to the VIDEO CD.)
"
"
You've
appears on the TV screen
pressed an invalid button. Press the
correct
button, following the instructions in
When
the
menu screen.
To cancel PBC
Playback
of
a
VIDEO CD
with PBC functions
There
?
are three ways.
Press PBC ON/OFF
PBC
1
Start
playing
a
VIDEO CD with
?
PBC functions,
through
4 in
following Step
"Playing a VIDEO
1
CD"on page 8.
The
menu screen
screen.
on
the TV
on
the front
panel
or
the remote until "PBC OFF"
appears in the front panel display.
In stop mode, press DIGEST/INTRO and
"PBC OFF" appears in the front
panel
dis-
play.
?
appears
on
Before you start playing, select the track
number using the number buttons. "PBC
OFF" appears in the front panel display
and the player starts playback. You cannot
play
still
pictures
such
as a menu screen.
23
OPERATION
PBC
Playback (Continued)
Example
This is
of PBC
/
Playback
Glossary
Playback. Also
refer to the instructions supplied with the
disc, as the operating procedure may differ
according to the VIDEO CD.
an
example
of PBC
PBC
Playback
Playback using
AAAA
the
simple interactive operations using
Playback function.
BBBB
Signals
CCCC
control
Control
encoded
on
with PBC
can
on
enjoy
the PBC
(PBC)
VIDEO CDs
playback.
By using menu screens
DDDD
recorded
menu screens
VIDEO CDs with PBC functions. You
Playback
MENU 1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Glossary
recorded
functions, you
can
(Version 2.0)
on
to
VIDEO CDs
enjoy playing simple
interactive programs, programs with search func-
tions, and
MENU 2
[1]
[2]
MENU 2
(#1)
[3]
[4]
aaa
bbb
so on.
When you insert a VIDEO CD with PBC functions
on this player, "PBC" appears in the front panel
(#2)
ccc
ddd
display.
next page
previous page
Track
Sections of
picture or a music piece on a disc.
assigned a track number enabling
a
Each track is
you to locate the track you want.
Moving
picture,
Moving picture,
still picture, etc.
etc.
VIDEO CD
A
compact disc that contains moving pictures. The
data uses the MPEG 1 format, one of the
picture
worldwide standards of
1 To
nology.
select the item:
The
1/140 of its
picture
original
Press the number button of the item you
VIDEO CD
want.
ing pictures.
2 To
contain up to 74 minutes of
VIDEO CDs also contain
go to the
preceding
menu:
mov-
compact audio data.
Sounds outside the range of human hearing are
compressed while the sounds we can hear are not
Press RETURN.
3
To go to the next page of the
4
To go to the preceding page of the
Press PREV.
menu:
Press NEXT.
compressed.
VIDEO CDs
can
hold 6 times the
audio information of conventional audio CDs.
There
?
24
can
digital compression techcompressed to about
size. Consequently, a 12 cm
data is
menu:
are
2 versions of VIDEO CDs.
Version 1.1: You
can
play only moving pictures
and sounds.
Version 2.0: You
can play high-resolution
pictures and enjoy PBC functions.
This player conforms to both versions.
?
still
Additional Information
On
?
On
placement
Do not install the
in
appliance
fined space, such
built-in cabinet.
a con-
bookcase
as a
?
Allow
?
?
?
It is
an
inclined
designed
operated
in a horizontal position only.
Keep the unit and discs away from
equipment with strong magnets, such
as microwave ovens, or large loudspeakers.
Do not place heavy objects on the
in
player
a
?
putting anything
ventilation slots
heat
the
on
on
player.
the bottom surface
blocked, the unit
Do not
place
face such
can
overheat and
the
player
on a
soft
sur-
rug that might block
the ventilation holes on the bottom.
?
the unit from the wall outlet if you
use it for an extended peri-
Unplug
od of time. To disconnect the cord,
out by the plug, never by the cord.
?
Caution
--
The
use
of
optical
pull
it
instruments
with this
?
product will increase eye hazard.
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the
cabinet, unplug the player and have it
Do not
by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
AC power cord must be changed only
qualified service shop.
at
a
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with
soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild
a
?
by
If the
malfunction.
?
it is connected to
if the unit itself has
do not intend to
location with
Do not block the ventilation slots
are
as
checked
Place the
adequate ventilation to prevent
buildup in the player.
?
long
even
been turned off.
to be
unit.
?
unplug the
by qualified per-
operating it any further.
The unit is not disconnected from the AC
power source as
the mains outlet,
buildup.
Do not install the unit in
position.
falls into the cabinet,
sonnel before
air circulation to pre-
adequate
vent internal heat
safety
anything
unit and have it checked
or
?
?
If
On
cleaning
detergent solution. Do not use any type of
abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent
such
as
alcohol
or
benzine.
as a
place
the
player
in
a
On
location
?
heat sources, or in a place subto direct sunlight, excessive dust,
operation
If the
near
to
ject
damp
pull
push the disc tray forcefully
hand. It may damage the player. If
you have any
your nearest dealer.
brought directly from a cold
or is placed in a very
room, moisture may condense
player.
on
Should this
occur, the
player may not operate properly.
In this case, remove the disc and leave the
player turned on for about half an hour until
by
questions or problems
concerning your player, please consult
is
location,
the lenses inside the
mechanical shock. On transportation See page 6. On disc tray Do not
or
or
player
a warm
the moisture
?
evaporates.
When you move the player, take out any
discs. If you don't, the discs may be dam-
aged.
25
REF NC
Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following
difficulties while using the player, use this
troubleshooting guide to help remedy the
problem before requesting repairs. Should any
problem persist, consult your nearest qualified
service ship dealer.
Power
?
There is
?
?
no
cords
connecting
securely.
The connecting
are
?
cords
are
picture
sure
dirty
or
There is
Make
you set the color system mode
to your TV (page 6).
no
connecting
securely.
sure
Make
sure
on
the
you select the appropriate posiamplifier so that you can listen to
Make
sure
you turn
The audio
player.
on
connecting
it with
?
the TV and the
cord is
26
volume
"R" appears in the front
speak-
echo level.
or
panel display
Make
you connect the
sure
player appropri-
ately.
Operation
The remote does not function.
?
There
the
are
obstacles between the remote and
player.
?
he distance between the remote and the
?
The remote is not
player
is too far.
the
sor on
?
pointed
at the remote
The batteries in the remote
The disc does not
There is
?
The disc is turned
on
are
a new one.
weak.
play.
?
down
disc inside.
no
over.
the disc
playback
side
The disc is skewed.
?
The
?
Moisture has condensed inside the
player
cannot
for about half
"no dISC" is
play CD-ROMs,
an
etc.
player.
player turned
hour.
displayed.
placed a disc into the compartment
disc being played. Remove the disc and
You have
for the
facing
tray.
?
on
sen-
player.
close the disc
damaged.
Replace
player is in pause mode or in Slow
motion Play mode. Press PLAY/SELECT to
return to normal play mode.
The
microphone
Remove the disc and leave the
amplifier.
?
away from the
(page 20).
cord is not connected
the sound from the
?
Lower the
Insert the disc with the
you connect the player to the
audio input connector on the amplifier. (page
tion
Lower the volume.
sound.
7)
?
microphone
?
is black and white.
Sound
?
occurs.
Move the
?
flawed. Clean the disc.
correctly, according
The
microphone.
on.
a new one.
The disc is
?
microphone
ers.
damaged. Replace
player is not connected to the correct TV
input jack (page 7).
The video input on the TV is not set so that
you can view pictures from the player.
Make
sound from the
no
Turn the MIC VOLUME controls clockwise.
?
The
The
play
?
not connected
Picture noise appears.
?
performed.
Switch the
?" L" or
picture.
The
it with
?
is
The sound loses stereo effect when you
play a CD.
Picture
?
reverse
?
?
securely.
fast
mode.
Howling
The power is not turned on.
Check that the AC power cord is connected
or
Press PLAY/SELECT to return to normal
?
There is
Fast forward
tray.
Specifications
System
VIDEO CD
Laser
Semiconductor laser, wavelength 780nm
Emission duration: continuous
Signal
NTSC, PAL
format system
Playable
discs
Frequency
player
VIDEO CD, audio CD, MP3 disc, CD-R/RW DISC
20 Hz to 18 kHz
response
ratio
83dB
(Phono jacks)
(Phono jacks)
2
Signal-to-noise
(±2.0 dB)
REF NC
(1kHz 0dB, IHF-A)
Outputs
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
V, 75 ohms
Vrms, 47kilohms
1.0
Input
MIC 1, MIC 2
4.0mVrms
(Phone jacks)
(±1.5 dB)
General
Power
AC 110-240V~60/50Hz
requirements
consumption
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Power
Supplied
10W
430x96x250mm(wxhxd)
3.95 kg
accessories
Audioconnectingcord.
Videoconnectingcord
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Remotecontrol............1
R03
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(size AAA)
Design
and
batteries
specifications
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are
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subject
to
change
without notice.
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P/NO
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3828R-D021G
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