Panasonic FZ10 Operating instructions

Panasonic FZ10 Operating instructions
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| Model No. FZ-10
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Precautions and Warnings
Please be sure to read through this instruction manual and completely
follow all the written procedures before using the multiplayer.
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Warning
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY
This appliance is supplied with a mouleded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 3 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
| Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 3 amps and that itis
* approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
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| Check for the ASTA mark <Sp or the BSI mark QY on the body of the fuse.
i if the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is repiaced.
If vou lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG 1S UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE
* SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE iS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG !S INSERTED INTO ANY 13
| AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring cord as shown below.
| If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
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| Important
; The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
; Biue: Neutrai
Brown: Live
| As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying :
the terminals in your plug. proceed as follows:
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: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the ‘etter N or :
"coloured BLACK.
| The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L'or |
coloured RED. |
Under no circumstances should either of these wires be connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug, marked -
¿with the letter E or the Earth Symbol L
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Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse. | И :
This equipment is produced to BS800/1983.
The unit is in the standby condition when the AC mains cord is connected. L и |
The primary circuit is always “live” as iong as the AC mains cord is
connected to an electrical outlet.
This unit employs a lithium battery for back-up of the memory if a power failure occurs, but this battery will no
longer provide that back-up if it becomes weak. The battery is not RECHARGEABLE. If battery replacement
is necessary, consult with the store where the unit was purchased, or any store where Panasonic products
..are sold, or an authorized Service Centre. This battery must only be replaced by suitably qualified service
— personnel.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to
rain or moisture.
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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.
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Place on a Flat, Level Surface
Do not place the unit on top of an unstable TV set
(cart, table, etc.) where it would be prone to fail.
Also, be sure not to mount it on a wall or ceiling.
Water and Moisture
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; Do not use this unit near water or-lor example, Na
: a bath tub, wash bowl, in a wet basement, etc. If
: this unit is moved suddenly from a cold to a warm |
location, water r vapor may condense in this u unit.
Environment
Do not use or store the unit in locations exposed to
heat, direct sunlight, extreme cold, excessive
smoke, dust, high humidity.
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No Object Inside
Never push objects of any kind into this unit through -
| openings as they may touch dangerous voltage
| points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
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Power Sources
This unit is designed to operate on AC 230 - 240 V
50 Hz only.
This unit should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the rating label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supply tor your
. home, consult your product dealer or local power
| company. |
Keep Magnets Away
Keep the unit away from equipment or devices that |
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Ventilation
Ventilation openings are provided in
this unit to
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holes with a wall, cloth or ‘paper.
‘Stacking
Do not place heavy objects (TV, etc.) on top cf the
unit. Never allow anyone to stand or sit on this unit.
Lightning
For added protection for this unit during a lightning
| storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
. long periods of time, unplug it from the wal! outlet
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! Medi cal
-1- experience epileptic symptoms or even seizures .
Physical activities involving regular repeated
movements of the wrists, hands and/or fingers
may possibly cause repetitive strain injury. Such
injury may also affect muscles in the arms, wrists,
hands, fingers, shoulders and neck, chest and
abdomen, and the legs and back.
There have been reports that some people may |
while concentrating on flashing lights. It is possible
that persons with no previous epileptic experiences
may, nevertheless, have an undetected condition.
To avoid a possible medical problem, if you have
an epileptic condition, consult your physician
before playing video games, or any other visually
intensive: software products.
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: To avoid either of these situations, and as sound |
extended period of time, it is suggested that you
take periodic brakes of 10-15 minutes each hour,
Unit should be used in a brightly lit room. Operating
in a close distance to the TV should be avoided.
In any event, stop using the Interactive Multiplayer
and consult your physician if you detect involuntary
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practice. if you should use this equipment for an
vision, mental or visual confusion, convulsions, |
muscular pain, numbness of fingers, palms or other .
Unpacking Contents
Check the packing carton for these items.
If any item is missing, please contact your dealer
immediately.
- \ 7 Handling CDs
и . 8 Connection
_ ~~ 10 Playing games with a 3DO'CD
| 77 Player (1)
12 Using Photo CDs
12 Viewing photo collections
(Photo CDs) on the TV screen
14 Using audio CDs and CD-G
14 Listening to audio CDs and
viewing CD-G
16 NORMAL setting
16 RANDOM setting
17 PROGRAMME setting
18 Repeat play (REPEAT ON)
18 To switch from stereo to
monaural or vice versa
19 Troubleshooting
D Servicentre and Guarantee Sheet (1)
Li Panasonic 3DO Owners
Registration Card (1) cover Specifications
Control pad
NM How to hold the control pad
Directional
E Place your finger here.
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, A Place your left M Place your right
/ thumb here, thumb here. \
- M Details on directional pad and
button functions
“ The functions performed by the directional pad and
- buttons differ depending on the software used.
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- i Refer to the instructions accompanying each
| software package.
- : + When using 3D0 control pads made by another manufacturers, follow the instructions accompanying them.
Handling CDs
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. EM How io remove a LD trom Its case
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EH When connecting two or more
control pads
Some software allows the connection of additional
control pads so that two or more (up to 8) persons
can play together at the same time.
.. Connector
pe (detach port cover
- ard connect)
_ Control port |
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Contro: pad” (sold separately!
“ A control pad (Model number FZ-JP1X) with a
headphone socket can be used.
- Press the centre holder down and remove.
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| № How to hold a CD
— Do not touch the surface of the CD
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E Precautions
For the label side (with the printing)
e Do not write anything with a pencil or ballpoint pen.
® Do not apply any paper, stickers, etc.
or the disc side {shiny side)
® Handle this side carefully 50 that no fingerprints
or marks are left on it.
® Do not use a conventional record cleaner or
solvent.
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Em How to return a CD to iis case
With the label side facing up, press the CD down
over the centre holder.
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EH When a CD is dirty
First wipe the CD with a soft cloth moistened with water
and then wipe with a dry cloth. Always wipe from the
centre of the CD toward its edge.
E When condensation has formed
if condensation has formed when a CD has been
suddenly brought from a cold environment into a warm
room, wipe it off using a soit dry Cioin.
Ш Where to keep or store your CDs
e Anywhere not exposed to direct sunlight
e Anywhere with minimal moisture and dust
e Anywhere not directly exposed to heat from a heater
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Connection
Connecting the player to a TV set (or stereo system, etc.)
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S-video input socket
Yellow - Video input socket
Red - Right audio input socket
| White - Left audio input socket
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TV set Е — S-video output socket (S-VIDEO OUT)
q Yellow - Video output socket (VIDEO OUT)
ed - Right audio output socket
AUDIO OUT R)
White = Left audio ot socket
O S-video cable
(not supplied)
© RF cabio-— ДВ
© AudioVideo o cable
(supplied)
Expansion Dart
(EXPANSION)
Connect peripheral
Connect to the TV set == devices here.
Connect following cables as shown in the diagram. С .
Refer to the operating instructions of your TV for — Connector |
details.
-— a mea . Power socket
©? Audio/Video cable (supplied) (AC IN}
( RF cable (supplied) Approx. 6 mm °
Also, connect to the TV aerial and tune your TV to Power socket
receive channel 21. Even when the connector
< In this case, all CDs are played in monaural sound. в portectly peered the
à Qui ali ront part of the connector
Qs video cable (not supplied) jut out as shown in the
If desired, the S-video cable can be used for diagram.
connection. However, there is no
< In this case, disconnect both ends of the video | \ Problem using the unit. _,
plug (yellow) af the Audio/Video cable.
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Video input socket
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Yellow - Video output socket
Red - Right audio output socket (R)
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Audio/Video cable
(supplied)
2-to-1-pin cable (not supplied)
E Connection to a TV set and stereo system
Yeliow - Video output socket
Video Red - Hight audio output socket (R)
Yellow -
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| Video cable Г.
(not supplied) Red White
Audio/Video cable
(supplied)
AC230~240V/50Hz
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Connect the | Red - Right audio input socket (R)
AC mains cord. | Aso refer to the operating instructions accompanying the stereo system.
| White - Left audio output socket (L)
White - Left audio output socket (L)
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Basic operation
Playing games with a 3DO CD
El = Switch on the TV set,
sF Proceed a
and set to the channel to which
the player has been connected.
by following the №.
instructions accompanying ZZ
the inserted CD.
à Set the power switch
O (POWER) to ON.
The ready indicator (READY) I light ts un red.
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[The unit is in the standby
condition when the AC mains cord
is connected.
The primary circuit ig always “live”
when the AC mains cord is
connected to an electrical outlet.
Power switch
(POWER)
Ready indicator —
- How to quit
Quit the software being used. (Refer to the
instructions accompanying the software used.)
Open the lid.
Remove the CD once it has stopped spinning.
: Close the lid.
> Set the power switch (POWER) to (hy.
(READY) CD access indicator
(ACCESS)
This lights or flashes while
the CD is being accessed.
>
Removing the CD ye! holder.
Put your finger on the centre ? 57
holder while raising one side 4 XL
of the CD with your thumb. Ds
Don’t press down hard the ~~
centre holder.
© Press [PUSH] to
open the lid.
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Insert the CD.
Insert the CD with its
label side facing up.
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: side so that it slides over the
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_ Press [PUSH] to
© close the lid
= until it clicks.
The software now
starts automatically.
e [f the CD has not been
properly placed on the
-= centre holder, it may be
- damaged when the lid is
: closed.
7e The sound of CD drive
accessing may be heard
when operating software.
This is not a malfunction.
“MANAGER —
Game data can be saved. |
Depending on the game software, it may be possible to save results and ,
; Other such data at interim stages in the built-in storage. The saved data will
| not be lost even when the power is turned off. (For details on operation,
refer to the instructions accompanying the software concerned.)
Saved data can be removed.
| When the built-in storage is full, no more new data can be saved. In this |
case, it is possible to remove data no longer required by following the
; procedure given beiow.
© Without inserting a CD in the player, turn on the power. |
2) When the “Press X to start STORAGE MANAGER” message appears,
press the X: button. (The data list screen now appears.)
* Select the item to be removed using the
up/down directional pad.
Press the A: button.
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List screen
59 Check the name of the item,
and remove it using the
{A button.
Q Quit Storage Manager using
the xX button,
Confirmation screen
* Press the TF: button to remove all the item.
| Data names
| e When a name is too long to be viewed on the ist screen, check i it on nthe
“confirmation screen. À
‚ ® All track sequences of audio CDs (see page 17) are stored in “acd.playlist.”
This is listed as “Audio CD Program” on the list screen.
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Manager. If the power is turned off or the lid i
quitting Storage Manager, the contents of the back-up memory may be |
lost.
e The numbers on the list screen denote the amount of data in the back-up | i
| memory. Included in these numbers are the 64 bytes used by the system.
“Total memory size" denotes the total memory in use. The system uses
152 bytes at all times.
. e Once removed, data cannot be restored!
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Using Photo CDs
Viewing photo collections (Photo CDs) on the TV screen
Important or valuable photographs can be stored semi-permanently in a CD album where they will not be
subject to discoloration. Up to 100 photos can be stored on a CD and viewed on a TV's large screen.
How to create a Photo CD
Take your 35 mm films to a camera store which handles Photo CDs.
(For details, consult a camera store which is qualified to handle Photo CDs.)
a | E 3! E EES CRE TRAIT e First, insert a CD bearing
o E LEN SN Ke » this logo. The total number of photos on the
Panning up/down or CD is now indicated, and the first photo is
to the left/right then displayed.
The photo is panned up or
down or to the left or right,
depending on which direction To automatically flip through
the pad is pressed. _ 5h rN
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priotos or SitOp mis P,
To display the photo number
Press the D (or &) and © buttons. (Press the
buttons again to remove this number.)
Rotate function
The photo is rotated when the
up/down directional pad is
used while the T: (or A)
button is held down. To return to the first photo
Use the (© button together
with another button or the
directional pad.
- Mirror function В
A mirror image of the photo is Directional pad
displayed if the left/right
directional pad is operated
while the {L (or E) button is
held down.
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To view the next photo: Press :Æ button.
To view the previous photo: Press down either 1; or AR: button and
then press À button.
To flip through photos
Hold the A: button down and the photos will flip forward.
To go backwards, hold down the С; ог & button and then press the A button until you
reach the photo you want to see again.
To use the zoom function
Each time the E: button is nressed, the zoom box
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changes; zooming commences when it is
pressed while the 'L (or ‘Æ) button is held down.
Ш То set the photo display EE
to half size a
When there is no box, press the Ti Oe yas) | x8 normal size
(or B®) and E buttons. (When the
buttons are pressed again, the display
returns to normal size.) 2 normal size — ———
x4 normal size
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utton or the directional pad.
To view the control pad
HELP screen
(The screen appears only while this button
is pressed.)
Up/down or left/right
panning speed
This speed can be adjusted by pressing
the T: (or À) and © buttons together.
E How to quit
Press [PUSH] on the player to open the lid. Remove
the CD once it has stopped spinning.
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Using audio CDs and CD-G
Listening to audio CDs and viewing CD-G
Audio CDs and CD graphics containing still pictures can be used.
compact e First, inserta CD bearing one of these logos. ——
(For details on inserting the CD, see page 11.)
DIGITAL AUDIO
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
GRAPHICS
To play or pause
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While this is held down
scans forward $
To change the track play В
sequence
| Use this button together with the X:
While this is held down |
scans hackwardg | bution: (See pages 16 and 17.)
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Directional pad
When pressed a When pressed a
number of times number of times 5
skips back skips forward -
a track for each a track for each time >
time pressed. pressed. x
if this is pressed once
during play, play will
return to the start of
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mage screen where graphics
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(T his player contains four s screens. Any screen can be viewed while the CDs are e being played.)
To switch screens during CD-G play
(Only for CD-G with multiple screens)
To change the track play sequence
“e Press this button together with the X button
as (See pages 16 and 17.)
To view the control pad
HELP screen
(The screen appears only while this button is pressed.)
HN How to adjust the volume
Adjust the volume to the desired level using the
controls on the TV set or stereo system
Ш How to quit
Press [PUSH] on the player to open the lid, Remove
the CD once it has stopped spinning.
The images may be disturbed if a пу operations (such as
scan} are done during CD-G play
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Using audio CDs and CD-G
“NORMAL setting for listening tot tracks from the beginning
All the tracks starting with the first
track are heard.
Press the FP: button.
(Play now begins.)
Play screen |
Track number
Elapsed play time
Audic level
E To find out the number of
tracks or total play time
Display the programming screen by pressing
the “TU (or E) and & buttons.
Programming screen
-— —Total play time
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Press the buttons again to return to the piay screen.
"RANDOM setting for listening to the tracks in random order
With this setting the player decides
the sequence in which it will play
the tracks
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* pressing the T |
Select NORMAL 2° A
using the ups С
down directional
pad.
Select SET using 4
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directional pad.
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Ll: (or E) and % buttons.
Select RANDOM
button.
Press the :P: button.
(Play now commences.)
using the “A: button.
Return to the play
screen using the A:
ay,
Programming screen
SET
Tota! play time
SE Track seguence
em
The tracks will be played at the RANDOM
setting from now on.
A CD which was iast played in the RANDOM
mode will be played at the RANDOM setting
: when it is next piayed.
| This setting needs to be reset to retum to the
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NORMAL setting if the CD is to be played
starting from the first track.
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SFIOCIANIME sftina Tor licienina To selected tracks only
Selected tracks are heard in their programmed sequence.
Display the screen on the right by Programming screen
pressing the 1; (or E) and X: buttons. , SET Total programme time
Ш Programmed track
number list
Track number list
Select PROGRAM using E To delete a
the 4: button. programmed track
Use the directional pad to select
-- Select NORMAL été
_ - Using the up-down À
directional pad.
Select the A Press the A; button. the number of the track to be
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number using the entered on the number list, and press the &
directional pad. programmed track button.
number list) _ E To add another track
Repeat steps Land 3." Use the directional pad toselect
the position in the programmed
—- Select SET using © O Return to the play screen track number list where the track is
the directional pad. using the Æ button. to be added. __
(The information is saved
in the piayer.)
the number of the track to be
Press the ‘©, button. © added from the track number list.
Lise the directional pad to select
(Play now commences.) Press the A button.
-. Track sequences for about 80 audio CDs can be saved.
Simply by inserting the same CD, it is possible to listen to the tracks in their saved sequence.
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À ® In some cases, a track sequence can not be saved. —
: A sequence can not be saved when the amount of game data saved is too large. In this case, remove > data.
which is 10 longer required. (See page 11.)
However, when even one sequence has been saved:
Memory for about 80 CDs is set aside so that it is not affected by the amount of game data stored.
® When the memory size for saving track sequences (equivalent to about 80 CDs) has been exceeded; |
Track sejuences are automatically erased, starting from the oldest ones, and new track sequences are - —|
\ Stored. ;
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Г" Repeat play (REPEAT ON) *
à Switch to the programming screen
EF by pressing the T (or E) and X buttons.
GC Select REPEAT OFF using the — | Set REPEAT ON using MM
up/down directional pad. Qed? the A button.
9 4 Select SET using the left/right Return to the play screen
tua # directional pad. using the & button.
| № To switch from stereo to “MONO” or vice versa |
e When using a sound-multiplexed CD for “karaoke” such as CD-G (when the singer's voice is heard |
through the right channel and the accompaniment through the left) |
| When the sound mode is set to R-MONO or MONO, you can listen to the example singing first, or
| when the sound mode is set to L-MONO you can sing along to just the accompaniment.
Display the programming screen by pressing
the L (or B) and À buttons.
— STEREO.
Be” & Decide on one of the $
” £ settings on tha rinht usina MONO
the <A; button. |
à Select SET using the left/right L MONO
У directional pad. Return to the play screen R-MONO
using the A) button. L.
Troubleshooting
Please check through the items listed below before requesting repair service.
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No picture. | ® Are the player and TV set turned on? 10
- ® Are the player and TV set connected properly? 8
— Is the TV/VCR selector set to the correct position? 10
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No picture or no | e Set the power switch (POWER) to © and reset the power switch to
further operation is ON. .
possible. | {
No CD play. | ® Has the CD been placed properly over the centre holder? | 11
e Has the CD been inserted with its label side facing up? | 11
. # À CD which is not compatible with the player can not be used. | Front
® The CD is dirty. — Wipe off the dirt using a soft cloth. ; 7
® The lens is dirty, — Wipe off the dirt using a cotton swab or blow It
away using a rubber blower for cleaning lenses (available from —
camera stores).
® is the CD scraiched, cracked, or warped? (if so, do not use it.) о
® Has condensation formed on the player?
— Turn off the power, wait an hour or so for the —
condensation to eraporate, and then try operating the player.
Demonstration screen | e Has a CD been inserted? 1
appears but no further TS —
operation is possible. e Has the CD been inserted properly over the centre holder? 11
Software program screen * Has the control pad been connected properly? |
appears but no further | 8
operation is possible.
Picture appears but e Have the player and TV set been connected properly? 8
there is no sound. e |s the TV set volume at its lowest setting or is it muted? —
Something is wrong | e Has the audio/video cable (if used) been connected properly? 8
with the sound. |
| ® In the case of a monaural TV set, has the pin-to-pin cable
(not supplied) been connected properly”
Poor picture quality. —e Are the player and TV set properly connected? 8
~ ® Check the TV set's brightness and contrast levels. —
# Place the player farther from the TV set. —
Edges of the picture are | e This may occur due to the condition of the TV set and the software. —
| cut off or distorted. This is not a malfunction. |
If the probiem persists even though the steps described above have been taken, please discontinue use,
disconnect the AC mains cord, and consult with a Panasonic service centre.
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Specifications
32-bit RISC processor ARM60 (12.5 MHZ)
Memor 3 MB 2 MB: Main-RAM
’ VRAM LL MB: VRAM
SRAM 32 KB (Battery back up)
ROM 1 MB
DSP Original 16-bit digital signal processor
Video/Audio
; Video output
RF Video, PAL-I, channel 21
S-Video, PAL
Composite video, PAL
Resolution 768 (Н) х 576 (V) dots (Inside 384 x 288 dots)
Colours Max. 16.7 Million/Std. 32 К a
Audio Stereo 16-bit PCM (Sampling: 44.1 kHz)
Storage CD-ROM drive Size: 12 and 8 cm {CD single)
Double Speed CD-ROM Drive {Read Buffer: 32 KB) i
МО Рой! Control port Low speed 1/O: Dsub-9 pin x 1
Daisy-chain sysiem
Expansion port High speed 1/0: 30 pin x 1 _
AV Expansion port High speed AV-1/O (Video CD Adaptor): 68 pin x 1
System System dimensions | 310 x 236 x 68 mm (12.2 x 9.3 x 2.7 inch)
(W x D x H)
Weight 1.7 Ка (3.8 165.)
Power requirement 230 - 240 V AC 50Hz
Power consumption |30W
Indicator Power indicator Red-LED x 1 ‘
CD-access indicator | Green-LED x 1
Temperature Operating 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Storage -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
(When packed for shipment)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Weight and dimensions are approximations.
© Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. 1995, All Rights Reserved.
Panasonic
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
Printed in Japan
DFQS3024ZB 550495-1055
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