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Contents
DVD/CD PLAYER
Safety Precautions
Included Accessories
Rear Panel / Inserting batteries
Remote control unit
Front DVD-Player
Connections
Home cinema
DVD-S27/S24
Operating Instructions
QUICK SETUP
Panasonic
DVD / CD PLAYER DVD-S27
DVD
CD
DVD-RAM VIDEO PLAYBACK
54MNz/10bit VIDEO D/A CONVERTER
OPEN/CLOSE
AV ENHANCER
Page
2-3
4
5
6-7
8
9
10
11
Playback functions
12 - 17
Navigation Menu
HighMAT / CD Text
18 - 19
20
DISPLAY menu
21 - 23
SETUP menus
Before requesting service
Information
Specifications
Country codes
Index
24 - 25
26 - 27
28 - 29
30
31
last page
Before connecting the device, operating it or adjusting
settings please read these operating instructions
completely; especially the safety precautions on pages 2-3.
Important Safety Warnings
!
The moulded three pin mains plug is supplied for your safety and convenience and must
NOT be cut off.
!
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in the mains
plug. If the fuse has to be replaced,
it must be of the same rating and
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the
BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
To replace the fuse, open the fuse
compartment with a screwdriver as
shown and replace the fuse and the
cover securely.
2
Fuse cover
1. Open the fuse
cover with a
screwdriver.
2. Replace the
fuse and close
or attach the
fuse cover.
Fuse
(5 ampere)
!
To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service engineer only.
!
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not expose
this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
!
Do not insert metal object into the slots or openings of the unit.
!
This unit is not disconnected from a.c. mains while it remains connected
to a live mains outlet, even if it has been turned off.
!
The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible or the mains
plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily operable.
!
This unit is intended for use in moderate climates.
Caution
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Inside of product
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Avoid exposing the unit to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
Avoid sudden change in temperature or humidity, dew or condensation may
form, causing malfunction.
Dispose of batteries in accordance with the instructions given in this book.
Place the unit on a flat, stable surface. Do not place heavy object on top of the unit.
Your attention is drawn to the fact that recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs
or other published or broadcast materials may infringe copyright laws.
This unit is designed for indoor use only.
Do not use in area with strong magnetic fields, e.g. near transmitting antenna.
This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during
use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the
product and the mobile telephone.
Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another
confined space. Ensure the unit is well ventilated. To prevent risk of electric
shock or fire hazard due to overheating, ensure that curtains and any other
materials do not obstruct the ventilation vents.
Do not obstruct the unit’s ventilation openings with newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, and similar items.
Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted candles, on the unit.
Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.
This product utilizes a laser. Use of controls
or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
Do not open covers and do not repair yourself.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Back of product, see page 5.
Care and Maintenance
!
The cabinet can be wiped clean with a damp cloth, disconnect from mains before
cleaning. Do not use detergent or solution containing benzol or petroleum.
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Included Accessories
Included
A
AV ENHANCER FL SELECT OPEN/CLOSE
ADVANCED
SURROUND PICTURE MODE REPEAT
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
0
10
PLAY SPEED
PONSITIO MEYMOR
7
CANCEL
QUICK REPLAY
SKIP
STOP
Check that you have
the accessories and
items shown
SLOW/SEARCH
PAUSE
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
PLAY
ccessories
PLAY LIT
S
TOP MENU
MENU
EE
NT R
DISPLAY
RETURN
AC Mains Lead
RJA0044-3C
SUBTITLE AUDIO ANGLE/PAGE SETUP
PLAY MODE
SLEEP
ZOOM
GROUP
DVD PLAYER
N2QAJB000091
Operating Instructions
RQTD0107-B
Remote control
N2QAJB000091
Batteries for the Remote Control
R6 size
Guarantee Card
Audio/Video Cable
K2KA6CA00001
Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre
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For UK customers:
08705 357357.
!
For Republic of Ireland customers:
01 289 8333.
!
Visit our website for product
information www.panasonic.co.uk.
!
E-mail:
customer.care@panasonic.co.uk.
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
! Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and
confidence by telephoning our Customer Care Centre
Mon - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm (Excluding public holidays).
! Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at
www.panasonic.co.uk.
! Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
! All enquiries, transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by
Panasonic UK Ltd.
! It couldn´t be simpler!
! Also available through our internet is direct shopping for a wide range of
finished products, take a browse on our website for further details.
Rear Panel
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
L
Please connect
directly to TV.
COAXIAL
R
AV
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
1
2 3
1
2
Batteries
5
4
Audio Out socket
L= AUDIO output left channel
R= AUDIO output right channel
3
Video Out terminal
4
AV Scart Output
COAXIAL Digital connector
5
AC INPUT socket
Inserting batteries into the remote control unit:
The batteries last for about a year, depending on how often you use the RC unit.
Do not mix old with new batteries or batteries of different types.
Only use batteries without any harmful substances (such as lead, cadmium, mercury).
Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
Remove the batteries if the remote control unit will remain unused for longer
periods of time.
! Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries.
! Immediately remove used-up batteries and replace with batteries
of type AA, UM3 or R6.
! Be sure to put in the batteries the right way round (+and -).
!
!
!
!
Dispose of batteries, packaging material and the unit
according to statutory regulations. They must not
be thrown into the household refuse.
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Remote control unit
General control
Stand-by/on switch
Press to switch the unit from on to
stand-by mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still
consuming a small amount of power.
OPEN/CLOSE
FL SELECT
CANCEL
Opens and closes the disc tray.
menu selection buttons.
Groups (
) or Titles (
) for
JPEG, WMA or MP3.
! ENTER: to accept the selected menu function.
! Select
ENTER
PLAY SPEED
Selects the display contents.
(Title/Chapter or Time)
0...9
10
SLEEP
Discards entries.
Playback speed control.
Adapts to a factor between x0.6 and x1.4.
Numeric key pad; input of two-digit numbers.
RETURN
AV Enhancer.
8
ADVANCED
SURROUND PICTURE MODE REPEAT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
PLAY SPEED
POSITION MEMORY
CANCEL
QUICK REPLAY
SKIP
Switches off the unit at the set time.
STOP
Menu control
AV ENHANCER
AV ENHANCER FL SELECT OPEN/CLOSE
! OSD
SLOW/SEARCH
PAUSE
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Quits a menu.
PLAY LIST
TOP MENU
ADVANCED
SURROUND
PICTURE MODE
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
TOP MENU
PLAY LIST
MENU
DISPLAY
6
Produces an effect similar
to surround sound.
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Selects the picture mode.
23
Displays the DVD-RAM menu.
Displays the main menu.
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SUBTITLE
AUDIO
ANGLE/PAGE
28
Displays a play list.
Displays the menu.
18 28
Displays the on-screen display.
21 23
17
SETUP
Selects the language of subtitles.
22 28
Changes the audio track.
22
MENU
ENTER
DISPLAY
RETURN
SUBTITLE AUDIO ANGLE/PAGE SETUP
ANGLE : Selects a camera angle.
PAGE : Changes menu pages.
Rotates JPEG images.
19 22
Displays the SETUP menu.
11 24
Displays the DISPLAY menu
Group Search.
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PLAY MODE
SLEEP
ZOOM
DVD PLAYER
GROUP
PLAY
N2QAJB000091
GROUP
Playback control
PLAY
STOP
PAUSE
ZOOM
PLAY MODE
Start playback
! Press PLAY .
Playback starts automatically.
SKIP
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Stop playback
! Press STOP
twice.
Resume
! Press STOP
during playback
to store the current position on the disc.
! Press PLAY
while [ ] is flashing on the display.
Playback is resumed at the point where you stopped it.
Cancel the Resume function
! Press STOP
until [ ] disappears from the display.
D Opening the disc tray or the unit going into stand-by
mode also clears the stored position on the disc.
Pause playback (still image)
! Press PAUSE
during playback.
Playback stops at the current picture frame.
! Press PLAY
to resume playback.
Zoom
! Press ZOOM during playback.
To fine-tune the zoom factor press
To set the zoom mode: ENTER and
.
Restore factory setting
! Press ZOOM until x1.00 is shown.
The zoom functionality may be restricted
depending on the disc format.
Random Playback/Program Play.
SLOW/SEARCH
On-screen display
Skip chapters, titles or frames
! Press SKIP during playback or in Pause mode.
Slow motion (backwards/forwards)
! Press SLOW in Pause mode.
Keeping the button pressed increases the speed
of search at 5 steps.
! Press PLAY to resume normal playback.
D
On-screen display
REPEAT
QUICK REPLAY
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On-screen display
Search
! Press SEARCH during playback.
Keeping the button pressed increases the speed of
search at 5 steps.
Repeat
! Press REPEAT during playback.
There is no mode for repeatedly playing back
entire discs.
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Scene replay
! Press QUICK REPLAY during playback.
Every push of the button replays a couple of
seconds of the current track or programme.
However, you cannot go back to before the
beginning of a title.
D
POSITION MEMORY
VCDs do not support reverse slow motion playback.
QUICK REPLAY is not supported by all discs.
Resumes playback at stored
Position following an interruption.
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Front DVD-Player
Panasonic
DVD / CD PLAYER DVD-S27
DVD-RAM VIDEO PLAYBACK
54MNz/10bit VIDEO D/A CONVERTER
AV ENHANCER
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
CD
Detailed information
is available on
Page
the specified
pages.
1
2
3
4
OPEN/CLOSE
3
1 2
4 5 6
7
8
Stand-by/on switch /I
Press to switch the unit from on to
stand-by mode or vice versa.
In stand-by mode, the unit is still
consuming a small amount of power.
5
Pauses playback.
7
6
Starts playback.
7
Stand-by indicator
When the unit is connected to the AC
mains supply, this indicator lights up in
standby mode and goes out when the
unit is turned on.
7
SKIP: Skips chapters, titles or frames.
Opens and closes the disc tray.
8
Stops playback.
7
SLOW/SEARCH
(keep button pressed)
Slow motion/search function.
AV ENHANCER
7
AV-Enhancer: Automatically optimises
and adapts the audio and video
settings to the disc used. The Picture
and Audio menus are not available
when this function is enabled.
Your DVD player provides a perfect digital DVD video output. Depending on the type of
DVD, your hi-fi equipment or your stereo TV set you can play back stereo sound or digital
multi-channel sound in excellent cinema quality. DVD video also features options for
selecting the audio channel, the synchronised language, the language of subtitles and for
choosing from various camera pick-up angles.
All basic functions of your DVD player can be controlled either via the unit or by means of the
remote control.
However, these operating instructions will make reference to the remote control symbols only.
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The remote control lets you make any changes to the device settings which will be retained
when you switch off the player unit.
Connections
Before connecting
! Verify that all devices to be connected up are unplugged from the AC mains.
Note on all connections shown
Attach the unit directly to the TV set. If you let the player
connection go through a video recorder you will experience
a disturbed picture when playing copy-protected DVDs.
Connection to a TV set with scart socket:
Connection to a TV set without a
scart socket or to an amplifier
component (home cinema):
1. Read the operating
TV set
or amplifier
instructions of your
TV set or amplifier.
AUDIO
IN
R
2. Connect the cables as
AV socket
on rear of TV set
VIDEO
IN
1. Read the operating instructions
of your TV set.
2. Connect the cables as shown on
L
AV
shown on the
illustrations. Make sure
not to confuse the
colours or labels.
the illustrations.
3. When the unit is fully connected
plug the AC mains cable back in.
3. When the unit is fully
connected plug the
AC mains cable back in.
Red White Yellow
Audio/Video
cable
21-pin scart cable
AUDIO OUT
AC mains lead
VIDEO OUT
L
Please connect
directly to TV.
COAXIAL
R
Rear of
DVD/CD player
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AV
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
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Home cinema
Enjoy the powerful theater sound available with multiple channel audio found on
DVDs by connecting an amplifier and speakers.
Analogue connection ( AUDIO OUT )
Red
AUDIO OUT
To be able to hear sound in stereo or Dolby Pro
Logic quality, attach an amplifier or an analogue
audio component supporting these features.
White
VIDEO OUT
L
Rear of
DVD player
!
Please connect
directly to TV
!
COAXIAL
R
!
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
Analogue amplifier or
analogue audio
component (example)
Connect the analogue outputs ( L and R ) with a "Dolby Pro Logic amplifier",
for example ( see illustration ).
Connect the audio cables as shown on the illustrations. Make sure not to
confuse the colours of cables or the labels of sockets (white/L, red/R).
To avoid sound quality problems deactivate function Advanced Surround when you
attach an amplifier with Dolby Pro Logic functionality. Please refer to page 21.
Digital connection ( COAXIAL )
For optimum surround sound, connect a
digital amplifier or a digital audio component.
!
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
L
Please connect
directly to TV
COAXIAL
R
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
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Rear of
DVD player
To play programmes with a 5.1-channel
surround sound, connect the digital audio
output ( COAXIAL ) with an external "Multichannel Dolby Digital Decoder", for example.
Amplifier and
speakers
(example)
Connect 3 or more speakers
to produce surround sound
Prerequisites for making recordings with an external digital recorder
- The original disc must not be copy-protected.
- The recorder must be able to process signals with a scanning frequency
of 48 kHz/16 bit.
- You cannot make MP3/WMA recordings.
D Adapt the Audio SETUP menu settings (see page 24) to the following:
PCM Digital Output: [up to 48 kHz]
Dolby Digital / DTS Digital Surround / MPEG: [PCM]
D Deactivate function Advanced Surround (see page 21).
QUICK SETUP
!
Setup
QUICK SETUP
Select the menu language.
English
Deutsch
Español
Svenska
to select and press ENTER
Français
Italiano
Português
Nederlands
RETURN to return
The navigator keys of the remote control unit allow
you to move between menus and to accept or
change the selected settings.
Press ENTER to store a change.
Press RETURN to go back to the
previous screen.
Press SETUP to quit the menu.
ENTER
!
!
!
!
!
D
Switch on the TV set and set it to the video input that matches
the connection between player and TV set.
Press the Stand-by/on button to switch on the DVD player.
Press SETUP to display the QUICK SETUP menu.
Use the navigator keys
to select a menu language,
then press ENTER to confirm.
To continue with setting the defaults, press
to select [Yes]
and ENTER to confirm. You can later go to the Setup menu to
run QUICK SETUP again.
Use the Setup menu options to adapt the default settings below
to your appliance. Every menu item provides further information
on the options you have.
Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set to read
more about the best settings.
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Select the type of TV you have connected.
Optimise the picture settings of the connected appliance.
Select your TV's aspect ratio.
The format of TV screens is either 4:3 (standard) or 16:9 (wide-screen).
Select the aspect ratio that matches the screen setting of your TV set.
Select the signal type output from the SCART terminal.
Before you proceed please check which setting is supported by your TV
set.
To improve the picture quality, you can set the AV scart socket output to
a variety of video signals:
[Video] = standard picture quality
[S-Video] = enhanced picture quality
[RGB] = best picture quality
S-Video and RGB: Requires a 21-pin scart cable.
Following QUICK SETUP, you can use the options of the
Setup menu to make further settings.
Press RETURN or SETUP to quit the Setup menu.
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Playback functions
The label must
face up.
DVD-Video
OPEN/CLOSE
CD
D
MP3, WMA, JPEG:
The Playback menu appears on the screen.
Subtitles/information:
! Press SUBTITLE to show or hide the text.
Pause playback (still image)
! Press PAUSE
during playback.
Interrupt playback
! Press STOP .
! Press PLAY
to resume playback.
Playback of a particular
track or title
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
MP3
WMA
JPEG
WMA
JPEG
Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
Place the disc on the disc tray.
Press PLAY .
The disc tray closes and disc playback starts automatically.
The player may take some time to read all of the disc information!
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28
7
7
Stop playback
! Press STOP
twice.
1
RAM
Playback
!
!
!
SUBTITLE
Video CD
7
DVD-Video
Video CD
CD
RAM
MP3
Type in a number using the RC unit's numeric key pad.
For example, to select title 23:
DVD/RAM/VCD/CD : Press + + .
MP3/WMA/JPEG : Press + + ENTER.
The unit automatically starts playing the selected track.
D Certain discs may not provide this function at all or only if the appliance
is in stop mode.
Playback functions
Repeat
REPEAT
!
D
DVD-Video
Video CD
CD
RAM
MP3
WMA
JPEG
Press REPEAT during playback.
You can choose from the following settings, depending on the disc you use:
DVD-Video
Off
Chapter
Title
DVD-RAM PG Off
Program
All
DVD-RAM PL Off
Scene
Playlist
VCD/CD
Off
Track
All
WMA/MP3
Off
Content
Group
JPEG
Off
Group
The repeat function is available only if the disc runtime is displayed during
playback. There is no mode for repeatedly playing back entire discs.
Repeating a VCD using playback control (PBC)
!
!
!
Press STOP
during playback until [PLAY] is no longer displayed.
Type in the number of the CD track using the RC unit's numeric key pad.
Press REPEAT.
The display shows [TRK] or [ALL].
Single frame mode
DVD-Video
Video CD
RAM
In pause mode, press remote control buttons or .
Every push of one of these buttons takes the film a single frame forwards or
backwards.Keeping one of these buttons pressed continuously displays the next
single frame in the chosen direction. You can also press PAUSE to move the film
forward a single frame at a time.
D
VCDs do not support a backward motion by single frames.
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Playback functions
DVD-Video
Chapter review
This function lets you browse back through the chapters of a
DVD-V by playing the first couple of seconds of every chapter.
! Press STOP
during playback.
! Press PLAY .
A message appears: Press PLAY to Chapter Review.
! Press PLAY
again.
The first couple of seconds of every chapter are played back. Normal playback is
resumed at the point where you stopped it.
D
Do not press PLAY if you do not wish to browse back through the chapters.
After a couple of seconds, normal playback will be automatically resumed at
the point where it was stopped.
POSITION MEMORY
DVD-Video
Video CD
CD
RAM
MP3
WMA
Use the Position Memory function to resume disc playback at a set position.
You can tag and directly access up to 5 discs.
The position tag is retained when you change discs or when the unit goes into
stand-by mode.
POSITION MEMORY
!
!
D
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Press POSITION MEMORY during playback.
A message appears: Position memorized.
You can now change discs or go into stand-by mode.
Press PLAY to play back the disc again. Playback is resumed at the stored
position and the position tag is cleared.
Some discs do not fully support all of this function.
JPEG
Playback functions
DVD-Video
Random playback
PLAY MODE
CD
MP3
WMA
JPEG
All chapters/tracks are played
once each in a random order.
! Press PLAY MODE while the disc is stopped.
The Program Play screen is displayed.
! Press PLAY MODE again.
The Random Playback screen is displayed.
! Press PLAY
to start random playback.
! To deactivate the function, stop the disc and press PLAY MODE.
D
SLEEP
Video CD
DVD-V, MP3, WMA, JPEG: Press
or the numeric keys of the remote control
unit to select or specify the track/group to be played in a random order.
Automatic switch-off
DVD-Video
Video CD
CD
RAM
MP3
WMA
!
!
Press SLEEP to display that menu.
Select a switch-off timer option pressing
:
Off
AUTO
60 min
90 min
120 min
[SLP] appears on the display.
After the set time, the appliance goes into stand-by mode.
!
!
Choose [Off] to disable the function.
Choose [Auto] to have the appliance switch itself off 5 minutes after the
end of the available runtime.
[Auto] is not available if you press STOP, MENU or TOP MENU.
Press SLEEP to check the time remaining until switch-off.
!
D
If Auto Power Off is activated, the player automatically goes into
stand-by mode after approx. 30 minutes in Stop mode.
JPEG
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Playback functions
Program play
Program Play
Choose a title and chapter.
No.
1
Title Chapter
Time
Play
Clear
Clear all
--to select and press ENTER
PLAY to start
DVD-Video
Video CD
CD
MP3
JPEG
You can programme up to 32 chapters/tracks to be played
PLAY MODE
in any order.
! Press PLAY MODE while the disc is stopped.
The Program Play screen appears.
D Use the numeric keys to specify the Group/Title (not with CDs)
and the Content/Chapter. In the case of MP3 or WMA discs or
if you select the numbers using
, press ENTER to confirm
every entry.
! Repeat this procedure to make further entries.
! Press PLAY . The unit starts to play the programme.
D Some discs may not provide this function.
!
!
!
To clear an entry, press
to select it first.
Press and to select [Clear], then press ENTER.
Choose [Clear all] and press ENTER to clear all entries.
!
To change an entry, press
to select it, then press ENTER
to confirm.
Press ENTER to confirm any changes to the Group/Title and
Content/Chapter objects.
!
To quit the Program Play mode
!
D
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WMA
Stop the disc and press PLAY MODE until Program Play
disappears from the display. The actual programme is
retained.
To clear the programme, switch off the appliance or remove
the disc.
PLAY MODE
Playback functions
!
Direct Navigator
No.
Date
On
Title
1
2
9/12 (THU)
9/12 (THU)
16:48
20:00
Friends
News
0 ~ 9 to select and press ENTER
RAM
DVD-RAM Direct Navigator
Contents
RETURN
Your player can play DVD-RAM discs
recorded in the video recording format,
version 1.1, by a DVD video recorder,
DVD video camera, computer etc.
to exit
Press DIRECT NAVIGATOR to enter or exit the menu screen.
Programme names are shown only if they were entered when
the RAM was produced.
!
!
!
Press to display the programme information.
Press
to browse.
Press RETURN to go back to the previous screen.
!
Press
or use the numeric keys to select a programme.
Playback starts in the background.
Press ENTER to hide the menu screen.
!
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
TOP MENU
To play tracks from a play list
You can play tracks contained in a play list recorded on a DVD
video recorder, for example.
! Press PLAY LIST. The Playlist screen is displayed if the disc
has a play list on it. Press PLAY LIST again to quit the menu.
! Press
or use the numeric keys to select a play list, then
press ENTER to confirm. Playback starts.
! Press SKIP to leave out tracks down a play list.
PLAY LIST
MENU
SKIP
Playback Menu
Playback Menu
All
Total 260
Audio
Total 0
Picture
Total 260
to select and press ENTER
!
!
D
JPEG
MP3
WMA
The Playback Menu appears on the screen when you insert a
JPEG, WMA, MP3 or HighMAT disc.
Press
to select the contents you wish to play, then press
ENTER or PLAY to confirm.
To display the Navigation Menu when playing HighMAT discs, go
to the Setup menu, pick item Others and set HighMAT to [Enable].
Or select in STOP-Mode in the Other Menu [Play as Data Disc].
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Navigation Menu
PLAY LIST
MENU
To display the Navigation Menu
!
!
!
JPEG
MP3
WMA
Press MENU. The Navigation Menu is displayed.
Press
to select a title, then press ENTER to start playing it.
Press MENU to quit the menu.
Navigation Menu / Selection menu options
To display the selection menu
!
!
Display the Navigation Menu and
press DISPLAY.
The Selection menu is displayed.
Press
to select a menu item,
then press ENTER to confirm or
RETURN to quit the Selection
menu.
Navigation Menu
MP3
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group 001/011
to select and press ENTER
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G 1
1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
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DISPLAY
The [Group] and [Content] panels are tiled vertically.
! Press
to move the cursor from [Group] to [Content] and back.
Shows the [Content] of the selected [Group].
Displays a tree view of the groups. Press
and ENTER to
select a [Group]. The Group's contents is shown.
Multi
List
Tree
--:--
Multi
List
Tree
Next group
Previous group
All
Audio
Picture
Help display
Find
Content 0001/0003
RETURN to return
Thumbnail
Next group
Previous group
Moves to the next or previous group.
All / Audio / Picture
Selects the formats shown on the Navigation Menu.
Help display
Displays help on the menu control or the status indicator.
Displays the JPEG Thumbnail Menu.
Find
*A
Find
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To find groups or content
! Press
to enter the target word into the text box.
! Press ENTER to confirm every letter.
! Press to make corrections.
! Press to select [Find] and ENTER to confirm.
The match list contains the matching entries.
If there are no matching entries, you will see: [Not found].
! Press
and ENTER to start playing the track you looked for.
D In the [Multi] view press
to select the Group or Content
panel. The search is performed in the selected area.
Search with asterisk:
The match list covers all entries containing the word you specified.
Search without asterisk:
To look for the first work in a title press to delete the asterisk.
Navigation Menu
G 1
Thumbnail Menu
JPEG
JPEG Thumbnail Menu
C 1 JPEG
--:--
!
P1000001
!
!
1/68
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
!
Pick DISPLAY from the Navigation Menu and press
to
select [Thumbnail].
Press ENTER to confirm. The Thumbnail Menu is displayed.
Press
to select a picture.
Press
to page up or down. When you have browsed the
pictures of a group, the pictures of the next group are shown.
Press ENTER to confirm. The selected picture is shown full size.
Rotate pictures
DISPLAY to display the sub menu
RETURN to exit
WMA / MP3 / CD-Text
Group
: Songs 3
Content : 01 - Title 1
JPEG
Group
Pictures 5
Content P1010002
Date
2004/01/25
Camera DMC-LC20
!
17:26
ANGLE/PAGE
Press ANGLE/PAGE while the picture is shown.
The picture is rotated clockwise by 90 degrees.
Activate on-screen displays
JPEG
MP3
WMA / MP3 / CD Text
! Information on the current track is
shown during playback.
! Press SUBTITLE to hide the on-screen display.
JPEG
! Press SUBTITLE during playback.
The picture creation date is shown.
! Press SUBTITLE to display further information.
! Press SUBTITLE to hide the on-screen display.
Select Group/Title
JPEG
Play back a disc and select the group or title on it.
Press
to select the [Group], press
to select the [Title].
D
WMA: You cannot play copy-protected WMA files.
MP3: The appliance is incompatible with ID3 tags.
WMA, MP3, JPEG (CD-R / CD-RW): Make sure the discs are
compatible with ISO 9660 (level 1 or level 2).
D
WMA
SUBTITLE
!
!
D
DISPLAY
MP3
WMA
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HighMAT
Page 1/1
Sorted according
to artist
Sorted according
to sampler
Sorted according
to category
HighMAT (High Performance Media Access Technology) is a
joint Panasonic and Microsoft technology development.
Diverse HighMAT-level 2 format data (WMA, MP3 and/or JPEG)
stored on a disc by a PC can be quickly played back by the
appliance with the additional help of a menu.
While the HighMAT menu is displayed:
! Press
to select and ENTER to confirm.
HighMAT
Menu: Takes you to a sub-menu containing further play lists or menus.
Playlist
!
No.
Playlist title
1 Sorted according to artist
2 Sorted according to sampler
3 Sorted according to category
4. Acapella
Playlist
Group
Content
Playlist: Starts playback
! Acapella
Sorted according to artist
!
!
!
!
Press TOP MENU to show or hide the HighMAT menu.
Press RETURN to go back to the previous menu.
Press DISPLAY to show or hide the background stored on the disc.
Press SUBTITLE to show or hide information on the track.
Selecting from a Playlist
!
!
0 ~ 9 to select ENTER to play
RETURN to exit
CD Text
!
CD Text
1/11
2:53
Disc Title :
Disc Artist :
Track Title :
Track Artist :
1. Song
2. Song
3. Song
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
to select and press
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!
Press MENU during playback.
The play list appears ( indicates the currently playing item).
Press and then
to move from [Playlist] to [Group] and
[Content] and back.
Press and then
to select an item,
then press ENTER to confirm.
Press MENU to quit the Playlist screen.
CD Text menu
!
ENTER
RETURN
!
!
!
to exit
Press MENU.
The CD Text menu appears on the screen.
The screen contains information on the disc and a list of tracks.
Press
to select a title.
To play the selected track, press ENTER.
Press RETURN to quit the menu.
CD-Text
DISPLAY menu
Playback status indicator (DVD-S27 only)
1
DISPLAY
!
!
!
!
C
2
G
0 : 03 : 10
Press DISPLAY twice to activate the playback status indicator.
Press
to change the playback speed.
Press
to display the current and the remaining playback time.
Press DISPLAY again to hide the status indicator.
Advanced Surround
DVD-Video
Video CD
RAM
Requires 2 or more audio channels.
! Press ADVANCED SURROUND.
! Press
to select any of the menu items.
Menu
Advanced Surround SP1
D
D
D
Menu
Program
1/ 1
Time
--:--:-Audio
Subtitle
Marker (VR)
Other Settings
DVD-RAM menu illustration
DISPLAY
Play Speed
AV Enhancer
Play Menu
Picture Menu
Audio Menu
Display Menu
Other Menu
DVD-RAM
Off
Off
SP1 Natural
SP2 Enhanced
HP1 Natural
HP2 Enhanced
- Effect off (factory default).
- Normal degree of effect on loudspeakers.
- Enhanced degree of effect on loudspeakers.
- Normal degree of effect on headphones.
- Enhanced degree of effect on headphones.
Advanced Surround is not supported by all discs.
Deactivate the Advanced Surround effect if you experience distorted sound.
Deactivate Advanced Surround if you are also using Dolby Pro Logic
Amplifier. Dolby Pro Logic will not work properly if Advanced Surround is on.
To display the DISPLAY menu.
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
Press DISPLAY to invoke the DISPLAY menu of the current disc.
The available options depend on the current disc.
Press
to select a sub-menu, then press or ENTER.
Press
to select a setting as described on pages 22 and 23.
Press ENTER to confirm.
Press to display another sub-menu.
Press
to select a setting as appropriate.
(Press to move to the previous menu.)
Press ENTER to confirm your selection.
(The items of the menus may vary depending on the contents of the disc)
Press RETURN or DISPLAY to quit the menu.
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DISPLAY menu
22
Menu
Title
1/36
Chapter
1/27
Time
--:--:-Audio
- --Subtitle
- --Angle
-/Other Settings
DVD-Video
Menu
Track
1/ 2
Time
48:10
Audio
LR
Other Settings
Video CD
Menu
Playlist
1/ 38
Group
1/20
Content
2/12
Time
0:39
Audio
96kbps
Other Settings
HighMAT
Menu
Group
1/11
Content
1/12
Time
--:-Audio
Other Settings
WMA/MP3
Menu
Group
1/ 6
Content
1/68
Thumbnail
Rotate Picture
Slideshow
On
Other Settings
JPEG
Menu
Track
1/14
Time
48:10
Other Settings
CD
Title/Track Search: Allows you direct access to a title/track if the disc hosts several.
Program Search: Allows you direct access to a program if the disc hosts several.
Chapter Search: Allows you direct access to a chapter if the disc hosts several.
Group Search: Allows you direct access to MP3/WMA tracks or JPEG images defined
to make up a group.
GROUP
Content Search: Directly select a MP3/WMA track or JPEG image stored on the disc.
Playlist Search: Directly select a play list stored on the disc.
Time: Display/select playback time: Alternative display of current or remaining playback time.
MP3, WMA, SVCD: Shows the playback time only.
Shows the current playback time or the remaining playback time.
Time Slip: Press
to select the interval by which playback is to move back or forward.
Time Search: Use the numeric keys to specify the time at which playback is to be resumed.
Audio/Karaoke: Allows you to alter the pre-set language of synchronisation provided the disc gives
you an alternative. In the case of VCDs, you can change the left/right audio channel setting.
Subtitle/Language: Selects the language of on-screen subtitles. [Off]: No subtitles displayed.
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
Marker (VR): Select the marker tags set on a DVD-RAM by a DVD recorder.
Angle: Change between camera angles of films recorded from various camera locations.
Thumbnail: Displays the thumbnail menu. Press
Press ENTER to show the selected image full screen.
to select a JPEG image.
Rotate Picture: Select [Right] or [Left] to rotate the image on the screen in the selected direction.
Slideshow: Starts and stops the on-screen slideshow.
Choose [Interval] to set the time every slideshow picture remains on the screen (0 to 30 seconds).
ANGLE/PAGE
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DISPLAY menu
Play Speed: Select a factor by which to change the playback speed.
The digital audio output switches to PCM.
These settings are not
available for every disc.
Other Settings
Play Speed
AV Enhancer
Play Menu
Picture Menu
Audio Menu
Display Menu
Other Menu
AV Enhancer
Off
Off
AV-Enhancer: Automatically optimises and adapts the audio and video settings to the disc used.
The Picture and Audio menus are not available when this function is enabled.
x1.4
x1.3
x1.2
x1.1
Normal
x0.9
x0.8
x0.7
x0.6
Off
On
Play Menu
Repeat
A-B Repeat
Marker
Picture Menu
Picture Mode Normal
Audio Menu
Advanced Surround Off
Dialogue Enhancer Off
Attenuator
Off
Display Menu
Other Menu
Off
**
Subtitle Position
Subtitle Brightness
Just Fit Zoom
Manual Zoom
x1.00
GUI See-through Off
GUI-Brightness
0
Sleep
Off
Play as Data Disc
A-B Repeat: Playback repeats a defined section between positions A and B of a title.
Press ENTER to set starting point A and end point B. If you do not set point B, the end of the
track is used as the end point. Press ENTER to terminate this function.
Repeat: Allows you to repeat the current track or chapter.
Marker: Up to 5 positions can be tagged pressing ENTER. Press CANCEL to delete any
mistakes. Select a marker and press ENTER Playback starts at the marker tag.
The markers are cleared by opening the disc tray or switching off the appliance.
Picture Mode
Normal: Factory default
Cinema2: Enhances brighter areas of dark
Cinema1: Cinema function for viewing in dark
scenes.
rooms. Bright picture areas are
Animation: Intensifies the colours.
dimmed down.
Dynamic: Brightens up the picture.
Advanced Surround: Produces an effect similar to surround sound at the two front speakers
(SP) or the headphones (HP). Deactivate this function if the sound becomes distorted.
Dialogue Enhancer: Puts up the volume of feature film dialogues.
Attenuator: Adapts the volume to the TV set connected (e.g. after sound problems).
Subtitle Position :
Subtitle Brightness:
Just Fit Zoom:
Manual Zoom:
GUI See-through:
GUI-Brightness:
Vertically moves the subtitle shown.
Modifies the brightness of the subtitle shown.
Allows you to select a pre-defined picture size.
Zooms into the image to enlarge it by up to twice its original size.
The background of OSD text becomes transparent.
User-defined brightness of OSD text.
Sleep: After the set time, the appliance goes into stand-by mode. Choose Auto to have the
appliance go into stand-by mode 5 minutes after the end of the available runtime.
Play as HighMAT / Play as Data Disc: Stop the HighMAT disc and choose to play it as a data
disc or as a HighMAT-format disc.
Play as DVD-VR / Play as Data Disc: Stop the DVD-RAM and choose to play JPEGs
or the programme.
PLAY SPEED
AV ENHANCER
REPEAT
PICTURE MODE
ADVANCED
SURROUND
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ZOOM
15
17
17
23
SETUP menus
Menu Disc
To display the Setup menu
! Press SETUP to display the Setup menu.
! Press
to select a sub-menu,
then press .
! Press
to select the option to be
changed, then press ENTER to confirm.
! Press
to select a setting option, then
press ENTER to confirm.
! Press
to select the next menu item.
! Press RETURN to quit the menu.
Audio
Subtitle
Menus
Ratings
Setup
Disc
Video
Audio
Display
Others
Audio
Subtitle
Menus
English
Automatic
English
Ratings
Level 8
to select and press ENTER
4:3 TV aspect ratio
Letterbox:
Menu Video
TV Aspect
Sets the aspect ratio to 16:9 or 4:3 (Pan&Scan/Letterbox).
TV Type
Selects the connected type of TV set.
Time Delay
When using an audio amplifier together with a plasma TV or a digital TV,
the picture can be delayed in relation to the sound signal. You can
synchronize the picture signal with the sound using the Time Delay
setting.
AV Output
Selects the video signal from the scart socket (Video, S-Video, RGB).
RETURN to exit
Pan&Scan:
Still Mode
NTSC Disc Output
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Disc’s Audio Preference / Subtitle Preference / Menu Preference.
Select the preferred language of either of the items. If the language
you want is not on the list, select [Other] and type in the appropriate
country code (see last page).
Assign a ranking to disallow the viewing of some scenes [1-7] or the
entire DVD video disc [0] and specify a password to guard access to the
disc contents.This feature is not supported by all DVD video discs.
! Type in a 4-digit code using the numeric key pad of your remote
control unit, then press ENTER to confirm it.
! Press or CANCEL to delete any mistakes..
A closed padlock icon is displayed while this feature is enabled. Make
sure not to forget your password code.
To change the setting
! Enter your password code and press ENTER to confirm.
! Change the setting as appropriate and press ENTER to confirm.
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Select a picture quality for still image mode:
Automatic: The unit selects the optically better type of image.
Field: Poorer quality than a picture frame.
Frame: Although the image may be somewhat fuzzy, its quality is
better than that of a field-based still image.
To play a NTSC disc, select a colour rendition standard (NTSC/PAL60)
that matches the function of your TV set.
SETUP menus
Menu Audio
Dolby Digital / DTS Digital
Surround / MPEG:
Please choose the correct settings
matching your audio system:
Your equipment Your equipment
can not decode can decode the
the signal
signal
Dolby
Digital
DTS Digital
Surround
PCM
Bitstream
PCM
Bitstream
MPEG
PCM
Bitstream
PCM Digital Output
PCM is the standard method used to record digital music signals on Audio
CDs. For reasons of copyright protection, the digital output of PCM audio
signals may be limited to 48 kHz/16 bit. Choose [Up to 48 kHz] if the digital
audio outlet is used to connect your player to an amplifier that only processes
sampling frequencies of up to 48 kHz.
Dolby Digital
DTS Digital Surround
MPEG
Change the setting to PCM if the connected equipment fails to decode the
relevant signal. High noise levels may otherwise damage your ears or the
loudspeakers. Adapt the settings to the ratings of your audio system.
Available in the Dolby Digital (DVD) format only.
Dynamic Range Compression The volume range is compressed by dynamically putting up the level of
soft passages and lowering the level of loud passages.
Audio during Search
Choose to have the sound on or off during the search.
Menu Display
Menu Language
Select the language of the appliance's menus as appropriate.
On-Screen Messages
Select [No] to suppress the display of OSD text.
Menu Others
HighMAT
You can set the display panel brightness to [Bright], [Dim] or [Automatic].
Choose [Auto] to dim the display panel during playback and restore its full
brightness when the function keys are pressed.
On: If no disc is playing, the appliance goes into stand-by mode after
approx. 30 minutes.
Enable: Activates HighMAT playback
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Disable: Plays HighMAT discs in the MP3/WMA/JPEG format.
QUICK SETUP
Lets you change the basic settings or your appliance.
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Re-initialize Setting
Resets the appliance to factory defaults. Following reset and initialisation,
press SETUP to run the QUICK SETUP utility again.
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FL Dimmer
Auto Power Off
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Before requesting service
GENERAL PROBLEMS
The player does not respond to function key commands:
!
!
!
!
Certain control operations are not available with some discs.
There may be interference caused by lightning or static charge.
Press [ ] to put the player into stand-by mode.
Restart the player.
Playback does not start after pressing PLAY:
!
!
!
!
Condensation has accumulated inside the player. Wait for 1 to 2 hours.
The player only supports DVDs with regional code 2, ALL or from a
group of regional codes containing regional code 2.
The disc is dirty or damaged.
The disc is in the wrong way round.
The label of the disc you wish to play must face up.
Unable to change the audio track or the subtitle language:
!
!
!
!
Verify that the batteries are in the right way round (+ and -).
Point the RC unit at the front of the appliance.
Unable to change the aspect angle:
!
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It depends on the disc whether this function is available.
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The subtitles are not shown:
!
!
!
The disc does not provide any subtitles.
You deactivated the display of subtitles.
The subtitles are at the wrong position.
Move the position of subtitles.
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The audio track or subtitles do not use the language
selected from the menu:
!
The remote control unit does not work:
You can only choose from the languages actually
recorded on the disc.
Some discs require you to change the setting
via the Disc menu.
The disc does not provide the language you selected.
You forgot your password:
!
Stop the player and keep pressing player button together with
and also
OPEN/CLOSE until [Initialised] disappears from the
screen. This restores all factory defaults. When you are done switch
off the unit and back on afterwards.
Afterwards, display the QUICK SETUP menu to re-initialise
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the appliance to your preferences.
OPEN/CLOSE
Before requesting service
DISPLAYED PROBLEMS
SOUND AND PICTURE PROBLEMS
There is no audio output and the sound is distorted:
!
!
Check the connections.
Deactivate the Advanced Surround effect.
Message [Disc is incompatible with this player] is displayed:
!
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The loudspeakers emit loud noise:
!
Go to the Setup screen and check the Audio menu settings
of [Dolby Digital], [DTS Digital Surround] and [MPEG].
!
25
This is a technical issue and not indicative of a malfunction.
No picture appears on the screen:
!
!
Check the connections.
Verify that the correct video input of the TV set has been selected.
The picture is cut off at its left or right edge:
!
!
!
The player cannot play discs of the current format.
The disc contains no recorded material.
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No messages are output to the screen:
The picture is disturbed when searching:
!
!
24
Check the Video menu's [TV Aspect] setting on the
Setup screen.
Check that the player is directly plugged into the TV set's [AV Output]
and not to a video cassette recorder between the two units.
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Check the Zoom setting.
Go to the Setup menu and change Display menu setting
[On-Screen Messages] to [On].
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The OSD displays are cut off along their top edge:
!
Check the [TV Aspect] setting.
Error code [U
!
!
!
!
!
] or [H
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] appears:
U11: Disc is dirty. Wipe it clean.
U15: You inserted a DVD-R that has not been finalized.
H
: This is indicative of a malfunction. The digits following "H"
depend on what state your player is in.
Press
to put the player into stand-by mode, then briefly unplug
and re-attach the AC mains cable.
Contact the aftersales service if this does not remove the problem.
Please state the error code displayed by the set.
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Information
Playing DVDs and VCDs
The producer of the programme material can define the way in which the disc is
played. Consequently, you may sometimes find that, in some cases, you cannot
control the playback the way you wish using all of the functions and operations
described in these operating instructions. We therefore recommend that you
always read the reference material delivered with the disc.
Press SUBTITLE to display/quit the track information on TV screen.
The player may take some time to read all of the disc information!
Title
DiscTop menu
Menu
TOP MENU
Title
Menu
MENU
Title
Menu
DVD menu
Some DVDs have multiple menus. Pressing TOP MENU to display the main menu
may take to another menu than pressing MENU to display the menu screen.
D The functions assigned to these buttons depend on the disc.
Please refer to the disc documentation leaflet.
Decoder
This appliance features an internal Dolby Digital decoder and a DTS decoder.
You can enjoy these systems in stereo quality without the need of a separate decoder.
Problem caused by a disc
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
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Do not stick labels on the disc (this might render the disc useless).
Only use a suitable pen for writing on the disc.
Do not insert cleaning discs into the appliance.
Do not play discs with any glue from stickers still on them.
Do not play cracked discs.
Do not play warped or irregularly shaped discs.
First wipe the disc (DVD-RAM / DVD-V / VCD / CD) with a wet cloth,
then with a dry cloth.
If available, use the optional DVD-RAM/PD disc cleaner (LF-K200DCA1)
to clean the DVD-RAM / DVD-R.
Do not use clothing or other disc cleaners.
Information
Region codes
This player accesses the regional codes stored on
DVDs. It supports all discs assigned regional code
"2" or "ALL". UK and continental Europe: "2".
Disc forms
Never play anything but circular discs with a
diameter of 3" ( 8 cm ) or 5" ( 12 cm ). Discs of
other shapes may damage the player hardware.
HighMAT and the HighMAT logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
Windows Media and the Windows logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
Dolby Digital
Method of encoding digital signals. The signals are
very much compressed in the process to enable
recordings of large volumes of data.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
Sound system used in cinemas or movie theaters
all over the world.
"DTS" and "DTS 2.0 + Digital Surround" are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
MP3 or MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3 is a file compression format used for digital
audio files. It provides files of an extremely small size and may cause a
consequential loss of quality.
WMA is a file compression format developed by Microsoft. It achieves the
same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than that of MP3.
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and
Thomson multimedia.
This product features a copyright protection implement whose technology
is protected by US patents and intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other copyright proprietors.
The use of this copyright protection implement is subject to permission of
Macrovision Corporation and is restricted to purely private use only.
It is prohibited to examine this appliance
for the purpose of unlicensed construction.
Disc formats S27 / S24
DVD-Video
DVD-R
DVD-RAM
SVCD
Video-CD
CD
CD-R/RW
---
(without
Cartridge)
DVD-V
RAM
JPEG
IEC62107
VCD
CD
WMA MP3
JPEG
D Depending on the disc type and the conditions of recording, the
appliance may sometimes fail to play the listed discs.
D DVD-RAM with JPEG: Recorded with Panasonic DVD-Video recorders.
To play JPEG files, select [Play as Data Disc] in DISPLAY menu (page 23).
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Specifications
Power supply:
220-240 Volt mains voltage,
50 Hz
Power consumption:
9 Watt
Power consumption in stand-by: < 1 Watt
Digital audio output:
COAXIAL
Output socket:
Output level:
Female cinch
0.5 Vpp (75 Ohm)
Dimensions:
Weight:
Operating temp. range:
Humidity during operation:
430(W) x 227(D) x 55(H) mm
1.9 kg
+41°F to +95°F(+5°C to +35°C)
5 to 90 % rel. humidity (non-condensing)
Pickup:
Wave length:
Laser classification:
662 nm / 785 nm
CLASS 2 / CLASS 3a
Compatible video system:
Video output:
Output level:
Output socket:
PAL 625/50, PAL 525/60, NTSC
Scart output:
RGB output level:
Video output level:
C output level:
Output socket:
Audio output:
Output level:
Output sockets:
Audio output signal ratings:
! Frequency response:
DVD (linear PCM audio):
Audio-CD:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Audio-CD:
! Dynamic range:
DVD (linear PCM audio):
Audio-CD:
! Total harmonic distortion:
Audio-CD:
Compatible disc formats:
DVD-V, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, CD-Audio,
CD-R/RW (CD-DA, VCD, SVCD, MP3,
WMA, JPEG formated discs),
HighMAT Level 2 (Audio and Image).
WMA, MP3, JPEG :
Max. 4000 tracks/ 400 groups.
Compatible compression rate:
MP3 :
WMA :
32 - 320 kbps
48 - 192 kbps
1 Vpp (75 Ohm)
Female cinch
0.7 Vpp (75 Ohm)
1 Vpp (75 Ohm)
PAL/PAL 60 : 0.3 Vpp; NTSC : 0.286 Vpp (75 Ohm)
21-pin AV Scart (S-Video/RGB included)
2 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dBFs)
Female cinch 2 channels / AV Scart 2 channels (L/R)
JPEG format :
Exif Version 2.1 Baseline files
Picture resolution between
320 x 240 and 6144 x 4096;
sub sampling: 4:2:2 or 4:2:0
4 Hz to 22 kHz (sampling frequency 48 kHz)
4 Hz to 44 kHz (sampling frequency 96 kHz)
4 Hz to 20 kHz
!
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115 dB
100 dB
98 dB
0.0025 %
! Technical specifications subject to change without notice.
! Weight and dimensions are approximate values.
Country codes
Abkhazian
Afar
Afrikaans
Albanian
Ameharic
Arabic
Armenian
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Basque
Bengali
Bhutani
Bihari
Breton
Bulgarian
Burmese
Byelorussian
Cambodian
Catalan
Chinese
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Esperanto
Estonia
Faroese
6566
6565
6570
8381
6577
6582
7289
6583
6588
6590
6665
6985
6678
6890
6672
6682
6671
7789
6669
7577
6765
9072
6779
7282
6783
6865
7876
6978
6979
6984
7079
Fiji
Finnish
French
Frisian
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Korean
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Latin
Latvian
7074
7073
7082
7089
7176
7565
6869
6976
7576
7178
7185
7265
7387
7273
7285
7383
7378
7365
7165
7384
7465
7487
7578
7583
7575
7589
7579
7585
7679
7665
7686
Lingala
Lithunian
Macedonian
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
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Scots Gaelic
Serbian
Serbo-Croat.
Shona
Sindhi
7678
7684
7775
7771
7783
7776
7784
7773
7782
7779
7778
7865
7869
7879
7982
8083
7065
8076
8084
8065
8185
8277
8279
8285
8377
8365
7168
8382
8372
8378
8368
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8373
8375
8376
8379
6983
8385
8387
8386
8476
8471
8465
8484
8469
8472
6679
8473
8479
8482
8475
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
6789
8779
8872
7473
8979
9085
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Index
Page
Advanced Surround
Angle
Audio Preference
Autom. Power Off
AV Enhancer
Batteries
Bitstream
Chapter review
COAXIAL
21,23
19
24
15,25
6,8,23
5
25
14
10
Dialogue Enhancer
23
Digital connectors
10
Disc formats
29
Dolby Digital
10,25,29
DTS Digital Surround
10,25,29
DVD menu
28
Dynamic Range Compression 25
Field
Frame
24
24
Home cinema
10
Page
JPEG
Laser
Letterbox
Menu Preference
MP3
MPEG
NTSC Disc Output
18,19
3
24
24
18,19
10,25
24
PAL 60
24
Pan&Scan
24
PCM Digital Output
10,25
Picture Mode
23
Play list
17
Playback
12,13,14,15,16,17
POSITION MEMORY
14
Program Play
16
Page
RAM
Random Playback
Ratings
Region codes
Remote control
Repeat
Resume
RGB
17
15
24
29
6
13
7
11,24
Scene replay
Search
SETUP Menu
Single frame mode
SKIP
Slow motion
Still Mode
Subtitle
7
18
24,25
13
7
7
24
22,24
TOP MENU
TV Aspect
6,20,28
11,24
WMA
18,19
Zoom
23
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