Panasonic PV27DF62K Operating instructions

Panasonic PV27DF62K Operating instructions
Initial Setup
TV/DVD Combination
Operating Instructions
Models No.
PV-27DF62-K
DVD Operation
TV Operation
Advanced Operation
• Initial Setup and Connection Procedures are on pages 10 to 15.
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For Your Information
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to connect,
operate, or adjust this product. Please save this manual.
LSQT0587A
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product
or product model meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
Important Safeguards and Precautions
READ AND RETAIN ALL SAFETY AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. HEED ALL
WARNINGS IN THE MANUAL AND ON UNIT
INSTALLATION
1 POWER SOURCE CAUTION
Operate only from power source indicated on unit
or in this manual. If uncertain, have your Electric
Utility Service Company or Video Products Dealer
verify your home power source.
2 POWER CORD PLUG
For safety, this unit has a polarized type plug (one
wide blade), or a three-wire grounding type plug.
Always hold the plug firmly and make sure your
hands are dry when plugging in or unplugging the
AC power cord. Regularly remove dust, dirt, etc.
on the plug.
POLARIZED PLUG CAUTION:
The plug fits into outlet only one way. If it cannot be
fully inserted, try reversing it. If it still will not fit, have
an electrician install the proper wall outlet. Do not
tamper with the plug.
GROUNDING PLUG CAUTION:
The plug requires a three-hole grounding outlet.
If necessary, have an electrician install the proper
outlet. Do not tamper with the plug.
3 POWER CORD
To avoid unit malfunction, and to protect against
electrical shock, fire or personal injury:
- Keep power cord away from heating appliances
and walking traffic. Do not rest heavy objects on,
or roll such objects over the power cord.
- Do not tamper with the cord in any way.
- An extension cord should have the same type
plug (polarized or grounding) and must be
securely connected.
- Overloaded wall outlets or extension cords are
fire hazards.
- Frayed cords, damaged plugs, and damaged or
cracked wire insulation are hazardous and should
be replaced by a qualified electrician.
4 DO NOT BLOCK VENTILATION HOLES
Ventilation openings in the cabinet release heat
generated during operation. If blocked, heat
build-up may result in a fire hazard or heat
damage to discs.
For your protection:
a. Never cover ventilation slots while unit is ON,
or operate unit while placed on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other soft surface.
b. Avoid built-in installation, such as a book case
or rack, unless properly ventilated.
5 AVOID EXTREMELY HOT LOCATIONS OR
SUDDEN TEMPERATURE CHANGES
Do not place unit over or near a heater or radiator,
in direct sunlight, inside closed vehicles,
in high temperature [over 95 °F (35 °C)], or in over
75% humidity. If unit is suddenly moved from a
cold place to a warm one, moisture may
condense in unit and on the tape causing
damage. Never subject unit to vibration, impact,
or place it so that the surface is tilted as internal
parts may be seriously damaged.
6 TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY
2
• Never place unit on support or stand that is not
firm, level, and adequately strong. The unit could
fall causing serious injury to a child
or adult and damage to the unit.
• Move any appliance and cart
combination with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause objects to overturn.
• Carefully follow all operating instructions.
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OUTDOOR ANTENNA INSTALLATION
1 SAFE ANTENNA AND CABLE CONNECTION
An outside antenna or cable system must be properly
grounded to provide some protection
against built up static charges and
voltage. Part 1 of the
Canadian Electrical Code, in
U.S.A. Section 810 of the
National Electrical Code.
ANSI/NFPA 70 provides
information regarding proper
grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding
of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode.
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
2 KEEP ANTENNA CLEAR OF HIGH VOLTAGE
POWER LINES OR CIRCUITS
Locate an outside antenna system well away from power
lines and electric light or power circuits so it will never
touch these power sources should it ever fall. When
installing antenna, absolutely never touch power lines,
circuits or other power sources as this could be fatal.
USING THE UNIT
Before unit is brought out of storage or moved to a new location,
refer again to the INSTALLATION section of these safeguards.
1 KEEP UNIT WELL AWAY FROM WATER OR
MOISTURE, such as vases, sinks, tubs, etc.
2 IF EXPOSED TO RAIN, MOISTURE, OR
STRONG IMPACT, unplug unit and have it inspected
by a qualified service technician before use.
3 ELECTRICAL STORMS
During a lightning storm, or before leaving unit unused for
extended periods of time, disconnect all equipment from
the power source as well as the antenna and cable system.
4 WHEN UNIT IS PLUGGED IN
• DO NOT OPERATE IF:
- liquid has spilled into unit.
- unit was dropped or otherwise damaged.
- unit emits smoke, odours, or noises.
Immediately unplug unit, and have it inspected by a
service technician to avoid potential fire and shock hazards.
• Never drop or push any object through openings in unit.
Touching internal parts may cause electric shock or fire hazard.
Do not put any foreign object on the tray.
• Keep magnetic objects, such as speakers, away from
unit to avoid electrical interference.
5 USING ACCESSORIES
Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer
to avoid risk of fire, shock, or other hazards.
6 CLEANING UNIT
Unplug unit. Use a clean, dry, chemically untreated cloth to
gently remove dust or debris. DO NOT USE cleaning fluids,
aerosols, or forced air that could over-spray, or seep into unit and
cause electrical shock. Any substance, such as wax, adhesive
tape, etc. may mar the cabinet surface. Exposure to greasy,
humid, or dusty areas may adversely affect internal parts.
SERVICE
1 DO NOT SERVICE PRODUCT YOURSELF
If, after carefully following detailed operating instructions, the
unit does not operate properly, do not attempt to open or
remove covers, or make any adjustments not described in the
manual. Unplug unit and contact a qualified service technician.
2 REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
Make sure the service technician uses only parts specified
by the manufacturer, or have equal safety characteristics
as original parts. The use of unauthorized substitutes may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
3 SAFETY CHECK AFTER SERVICING
After unit is serviced or repaired, request that a thorough safety
check be done as described in the manufacturer’s service
literature to ensure video unit is in safe operating condition.
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Safety Precautions
WARNING: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
CAUTION : To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning.
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
UNIT IS A CLASS I LASER PRODUCT.
HOWEVER THIS UNIT USES A VISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH
COULD CAUSE HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE IF
DIRECTED. BE SURE TO OPERATE THE UNIT CORRECTLY AS
INSTRUCTED.
WHEN THIS UNIT IS PLUGGED TO THE WALL OUTLET, DO NOT
PLACE YOUR EYES CLOSE TO THE OPENING OF THE DISC TRAY
AND OTHER OPENINGS TO LOOK INSIDE THIS UNIT.
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 ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE
UNIT YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN. DO NOT STARE
INTO BEAM.
(Inside of product)
This product utilizes both a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and other components that contain lead.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the
Electronics Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org.>
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage
within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any
kind of contact with any inside part of this unit.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol alerts the user that important literature
concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit
has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully
in order to avoid any problems.
Region Management Information
Region Management Information: This unit is designed and
manufactured to respond to the Region Management
Information that is recorded on a DVD disc. If the Region
number described on the DVD disc does not correspond to
the Region number of this unit, this unit cannot play this disc.
The Region number
for this unit is 1.
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Before Using
Congratulations
Loading the Batteries
on your purchase of one of the most
sophisticated and reliable products on the
market today. Used properly, it will bring you
and your family years of enjoyment. Please
fill in the information below. The serial number
is on the tag located on the back of your unit.
Date of Purchase
Dealer Purchased From
Dealer Address
Dealer Phone No.
PV-27DF62-K
Model No.
Serial No.
Battery replacement caution
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline with manganese batteries.
Features for a Quality Picture
Pure Flat Picture Tube
This unit is equipped with pure flat Picture Tube.
Accessories
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
TE
MU
Remote Control
LSSQ0346
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TIM
ER
CH
R-T
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
CH
UNE
+
Batteries 2 “AA”
ENTER
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
SET
ACTION
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,216, and 4,819,098,
licensed for limited viewing uses only.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S. Patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Table of Contents
Initial Setup
Important Safeguards and Precautions / Safety Precautions ....... 2 ~ 3
Before Using ........................................................................................ 4
Information (Unit, Disc) .................................................................... 6, 7
Location of Controls ........................................................................ 8, 9
Connections / Initial Setup .......................................................... 10, 11
Reset Language, Channels, Clock, Time Zone Adjust ............... 12, 13
Audio Connections ...................................................................... 14, 15
Initial Setup
TV
DVD Operation
DVD Operation
DVD
Basic DVD Operation .................................................................. 16, 17
TV
TV Operation
TV Operation
TV Operation ..................................................................................... 18
MTS Broadcast / TV Stereo System .................................................. 19
Closed Caption System ............................................................... 20, 21
TV Timer Features ............................................................................. 22
On-Screen Display (OSD) ................................................................. 23
FM Radio ..................................................................................... 24, 25
TV
Cable Box Universal Remote Control Feature ........................... 26, 27
Special Features ......................................................................... 28, 29
V-Chip Control Feature ............................................................. 30 ~ 35
Video / Audio Menu ........................................................................... 36
Video / Audio Adjustment .................................................................. 37
DVD
Disc Operation ........................................................................... 38 ~ 42
DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays .............................. 43 ~ 45
MP3 Playback Operation .................................................................. 46
DVD Lock Feature ............................................................................. 47
Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
TV
Before Requesting Service ......................................................... 52, 53
Warning and Instruction Displays ..................................................... 53
Limited Warranty ............................................................................... 54
Servicentre List .................................................................................. 55
Index ............................................................................................ 56, 57
DVD
Settings for DVD Operation ....................................................... 48 ~ 50
Language Code List .......................................................................... 51
For Your Information
For Your Information
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Information (Unit, Disc)
Specifications
Display
Picture Tube:
Tuner
Broadcast Channels:
CABLE Channels:
FM Radio
Band range:
General
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
27 inch diagonal pure flat Picture Tube
VHF 2 ~ 13, UHF 14 ~ 69
Midband A through I (14 ~ 22)
Superband J through W (23 ~ 36)
Hyperband AA ~ EEE (37 ~ 64)
Lowband A-5 ~ A-1 (95 ~ 99)
Special CABLE channel 5A (01)
Ultraband 65 ~ 94, 100 ~ 125
87.5 ~ 108.1 MHz
120V AC, 60 Hz
Power On
Approx. 146 watts
Power Off
Approx. 3.5 watts
Television System:
EIA Standard NTSC colour
Speaker:
2 pieces (5.0W x 2)
Operating Temperature: 5 °C ~ 35 °C (41 °F ~ 95 °F)
Operating Humidity:
10% ~ 75%
Weight:
47 kg (103.4 lbs.)
Dimensions:
760 (W) x 651 (H) x 503 (D) mm
29-15/16” (W) x 25-5/8” (H) x 19-13/16” (D)
Discs played
(1) DVD-VIDEO disc
5” (12 cm) single-sided, single-layer
5” (12 cm) single-sided, double-layer
5” (12 cm) double-sided, double-layer
(one layer per side)
3” (8 cm) single-sided, single-layer
3” (8 cm) single-sided, double-layer
3” (8 cm) double-sided, double-layer
(one layer per side)
(2) Compact disc
5” (12 cm) disc
(CD-DA, VIDEO CD) 3” (8 cm) disc
Digital audio output: Optical digital output:
Optical connector
Pickup:
Wavelength: 655 nm (DVD), 790 nm (Video CD/CD)
Laser power: CLASS II
Note : Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
If the disc cannot be removed...
First, unplug unit.
Then, prepare a rigid wire (e.g. an extended paper clip)
and, applying moderate force, insert it straight into the
hole at the base of the tray. The tray will eject a little.
Then, pull the tray all the way out and remove the disc.
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Disc formats supported by this unit
DVD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
Video CD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
CD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
Discs which cannot be played with this unit
• DVD with Region No. other than “1” or “ALL”
• DVD of PAL system
• DVD-ROM
• DVD-R/DVD-RAM
• DVD-R/DVD-RAM • CD-ROM
• CDV
• CD-G
• Do not try to play a Photo CD.
is a registered trademark.
Disc Handling
Initial Setup
The unit can play back discs bearing any of the
following marks:
Handling precautions
• Only hold disc by edges as shown.
Fingerprints, dirt, and scratches
can cause skipping and
distortion.
• Do not write on label
side of disc.
• Never use record
cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner, static
electricity prevention liquids, or any other
solvent.
• Be careful not to drop
or bend disc.
• Do not place more
than 1 disc on disc
tray.
• Do not try to close disc tray when disc is
not properly placed.
• Always store discs in
their proper cases Disc tray
when not in use.
Disc
Definition of Terms
Angle
Some DVD discs feature scenes simultaneously shot
from different angles. The ANGLE button can be
used to view the scene from different angles.
(ANGLE Indicator lights up on the unit when a
scene recorded at different angles is detected.)
Chapter Number
To clean disc surface
With a soft, damp (water only) cloth, gently
wipe from the centre hole to the outer edge as
shown below. (Wiping in a circular pattern will
scratch the surface.)
Titles are subdivided into numbered sections. You can
quickly search for a favourite scene using these numbers.
DVD
A high-density optical disc on which high-quality
pictures and sound have been digitally recorded.
DVD incorporates new video compression
technology (MPEG II) and high-density recording
technology which allow entire movies to be
recorded with incredible playback quality.
Playback Control
With Video CD (version 2.0), scenes or information
may be selected for viewing or listening from an
interactive menu that appears on the TV screen.
Subtitles
Written dialogue which appears at the bottom of the screen.
Time Number
The elapsed play time from the start of a disc or title.
Use to quickly find scenes. (May not work with some discs.)
Title Number
If disc is brought from a cold to a
warm environment, moisture may form
on the disc
Wipe away moisture with a soft, dry, lint-free
cloth before using disc. (See above.)
Improper disc storage
Discs could be damaged if stored or left in areas:
• exposed to direct sunlight.
• that are humid or dusty.
• near heat (i.e. heater, radiator, etc.).
For DVD discs with two or more titles, the title is
numbered as title 1, title 2, etc.
Track Number
Numbers assigned to tracks on Video CDs and CDs
to allow specific tracks to be quickly located.
Video CD
CD containing picture and sound with same quality
level as video tape. This unit also supports Video
CDs with playback control (version 2.0).
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Location of Controls
Remote Control Buttons (Light Tower® Illuminated Remote Control)
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
Opens or closes the disc tray.
Sets to DVD mode.
POWER
LIGHT
Turns the unit on or off.
See below.
FM/TV
DSS/CABLE
Sets to TV mode.
Receives FM radio signal.
OPEN/CLOSE
Sets the remote to control some
basic DDS or Cable box functions.
LIGHT
MUTE
TIMER
Mutes the sound instantly.
FM/TV
10
TE
MU
CHANNEL UP/DOWN
Selects a channel.
Sets ON TIMER or SLEEP TIMER.
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TIM
ER
VOLUME UP/DOWN
Adjusts volume.
CH
CH
UNE
+
R-T
Creates a deeper, 3-D sound effect.
SU R RO UND
SURROUND
VOL
VOL
NUMBER Keys
RAPID TUNE
Displays the last channel
you were watching.
ADD/DELETE/CLEAR
Selects a channel directly.
Adds or deletes a channel.
Cancels an item on the screen.
AUDIO
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
Selects the desired angle
in DVD mode.
ADD/DLT
CLEAR
ANGLE
SUB TITLE
Selects a different subtitle language.
DISPLAY/ENTER
Selects the desired audio mode.
TITLE
SET
Selects the desired title by number
on some DVDs.
SELECT
ACTION
SKIP
Controls navigation around
on-screen menu.
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
ACTION
Displays the TV status and clock.
In DVD mode, displays disc and
unit information.
In DSS or CABLE mode, it may be
necessary after channel selection.
MENU
Displays DVD menu.
RETURN
Displays Main Menu.
Returns to Menu screen.
SET
SKIP
Sets a selected menu.
|
Skips one chapter or track.
Goes to next menu screen.
SKIP |
Skips back one chapter or track.
Goes to previous menu screen.
ZOOM
PAUSE
STOP
Enlarges specific portions of picture.
Pauses picture in Play mode and
frame advance picture in Still mode.
Stops playback.
SLOW/SEARCH
PLAY
Slow motion picture in Still mode.
Forward/Reverse rapid scene
search in Play mode.
Begins playback.
Note
• When LIGHT is pressed, (FM/TV, DVD, DSS/CABLE, CH UP/DOWN, VOL+/-) buttons will light for 5
seconds for easy location. If no button is pressed in 5 seconds the light goes out to conserve the batteries.
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Front View of the Unit and Indicators
Initial Setup
SLEEPTIMER Indicator
PHONES
Connect an earphone
or headphones.
Lights when the
Sleep-Timer is set.
AUDIO/VIDEO IN Connector 2
(LINE 2)
ON TIMER Indicator
Lights when the On-Timer is set.
Connect from other component.
ANGLE Indicator
S-VIDEO IN Connector
Connect from other component with S-Video.
Remote Sensor
POWER (See previous page.)
VOLUME UP/DOWN (See previous page.)
CHANNEL UP/DOWN (See previous page.)
PAUSE (See previous page.)
Aim the remote to this point.
OPEN/CLOSE (See previous page.)
SKIP
| (See previous page.)
PLAY (See previous page.)
STOP (See previous page.)
SKIP |
Lights when a scene recorded
at a different angle is detected.
Disc Tray
(See previous page.)
Insert a disc to this tray.
Rear View of the unit
AC Power Plug
When plugged into an AC outlet, the unit consumes
3.5 W of electric power in OFF condition.
Optical Digital Audio Output Connector
Connect to a Dolby Digital decoder or dts decoder.
For details, see page 15.
AUDIO/VIDEO OUT Connector
VHF/UHF Antenna Input Terminal
In from your Antenna or Cable.
S-VIDEO IN Connector
Connect from other component with S-Video.
AUDIO/VIDEO IN Connector 1 (LINE 1)
Connect from other component.
Connect to other component.
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Initial Setup (Ready to Play)
Please make all cable or antenna connections before powering on.
Connecting
For ANT./Cable
Connect the cable from
Antenna/Cable to the VHF/
UHF terminal on the unit.
For DSS/Cable Box
Connect the OUT jack on
your cable box to the VHF/
UHF terminal on the unit
with a RF cable.
VHF/UHF
VHF/UHF
UNIT
WARNING:
Overtightening "Nut type" RF
coaxial cables may damage jacks.
Finger tighten only.
IN from
ANT./CABLE
Cable TV
Converter Box
VHF/UHF
IN from
ANT./CABLE
VHF/UHF
Initial Setup (Ready to Play)
1
2
Plug the unit power cord into
an AC wall outlet.
Press POWER* on the remote or unit.
The unit comes on and auto channel
and clock set starts.
3
Settings are made automatically.
When setup is done, this screen
appears.
2 / 6 / 2002 WEDDST
12 :: ON
00PM
SETT I NG : CH 1 0
AUTO CLOCK SET
COMPLETED
CH AUTO SET PROCEEDING
• If you use a cable box, turn it on and set it
to the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
channel in your time zone. If you use a
DSS receiver, it must be turned off.
If AUTO CLOCK SET IS
INCOMPLETE screen appears, set
the clock using MANUAL CLOCK
SET procedure on next page.
AUTO CLOCK SET
I S I NCOMPLETE
AUTO CLOCK SET
PROCEEDING
PLEASE SET CLOCK BY
PRESS I NG ACT I ON KEY
CANCEL : PRESS STOP KEY
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
Manual Clock Set
Initial Setup
If AUTO CLOCK SET was incomplete, manually
set the clock as follows.
OPEN/CLOSE
LIGHT
1
POWER
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
TIM
ER
Press ACTION on
the Remote to
display SET CLOCK
Menu screen.
CH
AUDIO
ANGLE
R-T
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
2
Press
to
select the month
and press SET to
set. In the same
manner, select and
set the date, year,
time, and DST.
3
Press ACTION twice to start CLOCK
and exit.
SET
ACTION
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
DST : ON
SELE CT MONTH
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
CLEAR
ADD/DLT
SELECT
SET
UNE
+
CH
ENTER
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
SET CLOCK
SLOW/SEARCH
DST (Daylight Saving Time)
Unit auto adjusts clock for DST (Daylight
Saving Time.)
■ Spring (First Sunday in April)
DST : ON ➛Sets clock ahead one hour.
■ Autumn (Last Sunday in October)
DST : ON ➛Turns clock back one hour.
• If your area does not observe Daylight
Saving Time, select DST:OFF.
Note to CABLE System Installer
This reminder is provided to call the
CABLE (Cable TV) System Installers
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC
that provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies
that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of
the building, as close to the point of
cable entry as practical.
Reset all unit Memory Functions
When moving unit to a new location, or if a mistake was
made in the Initial Setup section.
1 Turn the unit Power on.
Press and hold both PLAY and |
2 the
unit for more than 5 seconds.
on
• The power will shut off.
3 Perform “Initial Setup” on page 10.
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Reset Language, Channels, Clock,
1
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
to display MAIN MENU.
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
2
Press ACTION*
M A I N MENU
DVD
Time
SET : SET
Clock
Channels
Language
1) Press
select “CH.”
1) Press
to
select language
icon.
to
1) Press
“CLOCK.”
M A I N MENU
to select
M A I N MENU
M A I N MENU
DVD
DVD
53
TV
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
TV
1
SET UP CHANNEL
ANTENNA : CABLE
AUTO SET
CHANNEL CAPT I ON
WEAK S I GNAL D I SPLAY : OFF
HOLA
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
BLOQUEO IDIOMA
5
3
1
CANAL
RELOJ
3) Press
to select
“ANTENNA”, then
press SET to set
your antenna
system
(“TV” or “CABLE”).
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET
TERMINAR : ACT I ON
For Spanish
MENU
BONJOUR
DVD
BLOCAGE LANGUE
TELE
HORLOGE CANAL
53
SEL. :
FIN
1
4) Press
to select
“AUTO SET”, then
press SET.
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
For French
M A I N MENU
DVD
• After Channel Auto
Set is finished,
Clock Auto Set will
be performed.
(If clock is set
manually, Clock
Auto Set will not be
performed.)
HELLO
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
2) Press SET.
MENU PRINCIPAL
TV
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
SET : SET
2) Press SET
repeatedly.
DVD
DVD
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
CH
CLOCK
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
LOCK LANGUAGE
SET : SET
For English
2) Press SET.
SET CLOCK
AUTO CLOCK SET
MANUAL
T I ME ZONE ADJUST : 0
SELECT :
SET
: SET
: ACT I ON
END
(“TIME ZONE ADJUST” appears
only when auto clock is set.)
3) Press
to select
“MANUAL”, then press SET.
(For Auto Clock Set, select “AUTO
CLOCK SET”, and press SET.)
SET CLOCK
2 / 6/2002 WED 12: 00PM
DST : ON
SELE CT HOUR
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
BACK :
<Example >
4) Press
and press SET to
select and set the month,
date, year, time, and DST
(Daylight Saving Time).
To Make Corrections,
to move
repeatedly press
to error, then correct.
3) Press ACTION to
exit.
5) Press ACTION twice to start
the clock and exit this mode.
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Time Zone Adjust
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
Initial Setup
*Important:
If a remote control button does
not work when pressed, press
the FM/TV button on the remote
and try the button again.
TIM
ER
CH
VOL
VOL
UNE
+
CH
R-T
SU R RO UND
Time Zone Adjust
(Only when Auto Clock is set.)
1) Press
to
select “CLOCK.”
AUDIO
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
ANGLE
TITLE
DVD
ADD/DLT
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
MENU
ENTER
M A I N MENU
CLEAR
NUMBER keys
ADD/DLT
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1
SET
ACTION
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
2) Press SET.
ACTION
SELECT
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SET
SLOW/SEARCH
SET CLOCK
AUTO CLOCK SET
MANUAL
T I ME ZONE ADJUST : 0
SELECT :
SET
:
END
: ACT I ON
3) Press
to select
“TIME ZONE ADJUST”
and press or to
subtract or add hour(s)
as necessary.
Add or Delete a Channel
SET CLOCK
To add channel:
Select channel with
number keys and
press ADD/DLT.
AUTO CLOCK SET
MANUAL
T I ME ZONE ADJUST : +1
SELECT :
SET
:
END
: ACT I ON
CHANNEL 08 ADDED
To delete channel:
Select channel with
or number keys
CH
and press ADD/DLT.
CHANNEL 08 DELE TED
4) Press ACTION
twice to exit.
• “TIME ZONE ADJUST”
returns to “0” if clock is set
manually.
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Audio Connections
■ Unit ➛ Amplifier ➛ Speaker
Ready Checklist
Turn down the volume, then turn this unit, as well as
other equipment to be connected, off before
proceeding with connection.
Do not block ventilation holes of any of the
equipment and arrange them so that air can circulate
freely.
Read through the instructions before connecting
other equipment.
Ensure that you observe the colour coding when
connecting audio and video cables.
Unit
AUDIO OUT
R L
Enjoying digital audio output from the
digital audio output connector
Amplifier
R
L
AUDIO IN
Speaker
Speaker
Notes on audio output from the optical digital
audio output connector
Optical digital audio
Disc Sound
output from connector
recording
format
Dolby Digital bitstream
Dolby Digital (1-5.1 ch) or OFF (no
output)*1
DVD Linear PCM Linear PCM (2ch)
(48 kHz sampling/16 bit
(48/96 kHz
16/20/24 bit) only)*2 or no output*1
Bitstream or no output*1
dts
PCM
Video
MPEG 1
(44.1 kHz sampling)
CD
Linear PCM
CD
Linear PCM
(44.1 kHz sampling)
Linear PCM
MP3 MP3
(It depends on the MP3 file)
*1 The type of audio output from the connector can be
selected by the Settings for DVD Operation. (See
page 49.)
*2 Sound having 96 kHz sampling is converted into 48
kHz sampling when it is output from the unit’s optical
digital audio output connector.
For your reference:
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished
Works. © 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories,
Inc. All rights reserved.
• Dolby Digital is a digital sound compression technique
developed by the Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation. Supporting 5.1-channel surround sound,
as well as stereo (2-channel) sound, this technique
enables a large quantity of sound data to be efficiently
recorded on a disc.
• Linear PCM is a signal recording format used in CDs.
While CDs are recorded in 44.1 kHz/16 bit, DVDs are
recorded in 48 kHz/16 bit up to 96 kHz/24 bit.
• If you have a Dolby Pro Logic Surround decoder, you
will obtain the full benefit of Pro Logic from the same
DVD movies that provide full 5.1 channel Dolby Digital
soundtracks, as well as from titles with the Dolby
Surround mark. For information on Panasonic or
Technics Dolby Pro Logic Surround Sound Decoders
please contact your local dealer.
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■ Unit ➛ Dolby Digital Decoder ➛ Amplifier ➛ Speaker
When DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital or dts are played, Dolby Digital bitstream or dts
bitstream is output from the unit Optical digital audio output connector. When the unit is
connected to a Dolby Digital decoder or dts® decoder, you can enjoy theatre-quality audio
in your home. [An optical digital audio cable (optional) is required when an optional Dolby
Digital decoder or dts® decoder is used.]
Notes on connecting an Optical
digital audio cable (optional)
Initial Setup
or
Unit ➛ dts® (digital theatre systems) Decoder ➛ Amplifier ➛ Speaker
Unit
• Firmly connect the cable to the
connector.
Optical digital audio
cable (optional)
Dolby Digital Decoder
dts processing (optional)
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Caution for optical digital audio output
connector:
• When connecting an amplifier (with
an Optical digital input connector)
which does not contain the Dolby
Digital or dts decoder, be sure to
select “OFF” at “Dolby Digital” and
“OFF” at “dts” of the Settings for DVD
Operation “AUDIO OUTPUT” (see
page 49). Otherwise, any attempt to
play DVDs may cause such a high
level of noise that it may be harmful to
your ears and damage your speakers.
• When a dts decoder is connected,
please select “Bitstream” at “dts” of the
Settings for DVD Operation “AUDIO
OUTPUT”. If “OFF” is selected, there
will be no sound. (See page 49).
• Video CDs and CDs can be played
as normal.
Note:
• Some dts decoders which do not
support DVD-dts Interface may not
work properly with the unit.
Amplifier
Centre speaker
Front
Speaker
Front
Speaker
Subwoofer
Surround
speaker
Surround
speaker
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Basic DVD Operation
1
2
Ready Checklist
All connections are made.
Your unit is plugged in.
If unit is connected to an audio amplifier,
turn the stereo system’s power on.
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/
CLOSE
FM/TV
10
10
CH
UNE
+
R-T
SU R RO UND
VOL
CH
SELECT
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
SET
CLEAR
ADD/DLT
ENTER
NUMBER
keys
TITLE
SKIP |
PAUSE
3
Press PLAY to start play.
Disc tray closes automatically.
CLOSE
MENU
READING
SET
PLAY
• Hold disc by its edges only
(page 7) with printed side up
and use guides to place into
1 tray. Use 1 3”(8 cm) or 2
2 5” (12 cm) disc.
TIM
ER
VOL
AUDIO
• If a disc is already inserted, go to step 3.
(Depending on the disc, playback may start
automatically.)
DVD
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
Insert a disc.
1) Press OPEN/CLOSE.
2) Place disc into disc tray.
LIGHT
POWER
Press POWER* on the remote or unit.
ACTION
RETURN
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SKIP
STOP
SLOW
Operation using unit buttons
4 Press PLAY.
3 Insert disc.
<Example>
|
SLOW/SEARCH
SLOW
• You may also close the tray
by pressing OPEN/CLOSE.
• Data reading time differs with
each disc.
T I TLE MENU
If an interactive DVD*1 or a
Video CD with playback
control*2 is used and a TITLE
MENU appears, go to step 5.
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
Press
or
number key(s) (see
below) to select title
and press SET to
play.
4
3 •7
Using number key(s)
starts play automatically.
Press
OPEN/CLOSE.
<Example>
1 digit number
1 ••• 1
2 digit number
12 ••• 10➛1➛2
3 digit number
123 •••100➛1➛2➛3
Press SKIP
| or |
to go to next or previous menu screen.
• SKIP function not available with all discs.
Please refer to disc jacket for operation information.
To return to MENU (play stops)
Press TITLE, MENU, or RETURN. (DVD)
Press RETURN. (Video CD)
<Example>
1 Press POWER 6 Press STOP.
*1 Interactive DVD...
May include multiple camera angles,
stories, etc.
*2 Video CD with playback control...
Particular scenes or information can be
interactively selected from a menu that
appears on the screen.
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5
6
Press STOP to stop play.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to eject the disc.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the DVD button on the remote
and try the button again.
■ Forward/Reverse rapid scene
search
➛ Press SLOW
or SLOW
during play.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
• Starting forward/reverse search during play
started from menu on Video CDs may recall
menu.
• Search speed, slow at first, increases with
each additional press of the button up to 5
levels.
Skip
| or |
during play.
➛ Press SKIP
Each press skips a chapter (DVD) or
track (Video CD/CD).
Pressing |
SKIP once midway through a
chapter/track returns to start of that chapter/track.
Each additional press skips back one chapter/
track.
• Pressing SKIP
| or |
during play started
from menu on Video CDs may recall menu.
Current playback position
Chapter/Track Chapter/Track Chapter/Track Chapter/Track
Reverse Skip
Forward Skip
RESUME function
The unit memorizes the point where STOP
is pressed ( flashes on screen).
Press PLAY to resume play from this point.
Pressing STOP again or opening the tray
cancels RESUME, however, RESUME is not
cancelled when power is turned off and on.
• RESUME works only with discs for which
elapsed play time is displayed during play.
Auto-Power Off function
DVD Operation
■ Forward/Reverse Chapter/Track
• When
appears on the screen while a button
is being operated, it means that the
corresponding operation is prohibited by the
unit or the disc.
Power turns off after unit has been in Stop
mode (DVD) for about 5 minutes.
Enjoy Video CDs featuring
playback control without
using menus (Video CDs only)
■ Still (Pause) Picture
1. Do steps 1-4 (previous page).
When menu appears, press STOP.
2. Press number key(s) to select desired
track (play begins).
• DVD/Video CD : The unit will enter Still picture mode.
• CD : The unit will enter Pause mode.
• Check disc for track numbers.
• Press “1” to start at beginning of disc.
Frame by Frame picture
➛ Press PAUSE during play.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
■
(DVD/Video CD)
➛ Press PAUSE in Still mode.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
• Each press advances picture one frame.
• Hold down for consecutive frame advance.
• Whether pictures are advanced by “FRAME” or
“FIELD” is selected automatically (see page 50).
■ Slow Motion picture (DVD/Video CD)
➛ Press SLOW
or SLOW
in Still mode.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
• Slow motion speed, slow at first, is increased
with each additional press of the button up to 5
levels.
• Reverse slow motion is not available for video
CDs.
To Resume Menu use,
Press STOP, and press PLAY, then the menu
appears. Now, go to step 5 (previous page).
Notes
• Please read the disc jacket for operation
information.
• If a single sided disc is placed in upside down,
“PLEASE CHECK THE DISC,
AND FOR STAINS OR SCRATCHES ON
DISC” is displayed.
• Remove disc and press unit POWER off when
not in use.
• Disc continues to rotate with menu displayed
even after play is done. Press STOP to clear
menu display when finished with menu.
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TV Operation
1
*Important: If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the FM/TV button
on the remote and try the button again.
Press POWER* on the remote or unit.
2
08
Ready Checklist
All connections are made.
Your unit is plugged in.
Use CH
or
number keys to
select a channel.
VOL + / VOL POWER
3
Press VOL + or VOL to adjust volume.
PHONES
Jack
24
CH
OPEN/CLOSE
POWER
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
LIGHT
TIM
ER
VOL + /-
CH
■ Using the 100 key
CH
ADD/DLT
100 key
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
Press R-TUNE to display the last channel you
were watching.
■ Audio Mute
MENU
SET
ACTION
Press MUTE to instantly mute the sound.
Press again to restore the previous sound level.
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
■ Phones
Connect an earphone (not supplied) or
headphones (not supplied) to the Phones Jack.
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UNE
NUMBER
keys
CLEAR
■ Rapid Tune
+
ENTER
When selecting CABLE channels 100 to 125
with the number keys, first press the 100 key,
and then enter the remaining two digits.
VOL
VOL
R-T
SU R RO UND
CH
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RAPID
TUNE
MTS Broadcast / TV Stereo System
®
Receivable Broadcast Types
Equipped with
-TV Noise
Reduction for true MTS
®
reproduction.
-TV Noise
Reduction is required for good
stereo separation and audio fidelity.
®
is a registered trademark, and
®
is licensed by
Technology
Licensing.
The following are possible audio broadcast types and
on-screen displays. The signal being received is indicated
with an “ ” mark while the selected audio mode is indicated
with an arrow. To change the audio mode for these
broadcasts, see the “Select Audio Mode for TV Viewing”
section (below.)
Press DISPLAY to display
the broadcast signal being received.
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
LIGHT
TIM
ER
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH
UNE
R-T
SU R RO UND
+
CH
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
VOL
VOL
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
1 2 : 0 0AM
CLEAR
ENTER
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
DISPLAY
SET
ACTION
MTS Stereo broadcast
Multi-channel Television Sound Stereo
broadcast. Select STEREO audio mode.
• If stereo broadcast is weak and the
display flickers, select MONO audio
mode for possible improvement.
SAP broadcast
Secondary Audio Program
(sub language).
Select SAP audio mode for the sub
language.
TV Operation
AUDIO
MTS Stereo and SAP broadcast
Multi-channel Television Sound Stereo
(main language) and Secondary Audio
Program (sub language) broadcasts are
being received simultaneously.
Select the STEREO or SAP audio mode.
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
1 2 : 0 0AM
STEREO
SAP
MONO
SLOW/SEARCH
CH08
MONO broadcast
Normal monaural sound broadcast.
Audio Mode for TV Viewing
Press AUDIO to select the desired audio mode as
described above.
(Arrow shows selection.)
• Each press of AUDIO will change the audio mode as shown below.
• “SAP” is selected with first press of AUDIO.
< Example >
1 2 : 0 0AM
Press AUDIO
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
Press AUDIO
Press AUDIO
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Closed Caption System
Closed Caption is ...
This multi-use system not only allows the hearing impaired to enjoy selected programs,
but also makes useful information from TV stations available to everyone.
Closed Caption Mode Feature
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MAIN MENU.
M A I N MENU
LOCK LANGUAGE
DVD
53
TV
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SET : SET
SELECT :
: ACT I ON
END
4
1
CAPT I ON
CAPT I ON MODE
CC ON MUTE
: CAP C1
: CAP C1
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
OFF
1)Press
to
select “TV.”
2)Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
1) Press
to
select “CAPTION”.
2) Press SET
to display
CAPTION screen.
Closed Caption Mode Selections
Caption Mode: CAP C1 or C2
A narration of selected TV programs
is displayed.
Check TV program listings for CC
(Closed Caption) broadcasts.
Caption Mode: TEXT C1 or C2
Most of the screen will be blocked
out. When the TV station broadcasts
information, such as program listings,
it will appear in this space.
Caption Mode: OFF
Closed Caption /Text narration will
not be displayed.
NOTE :
The closed caption or text signal may
be broadcast over C1, C2, or both.
Also, text contents can vary so you
may wish to try different settings.
1) Press
to
select CAPTION
MODE.
2) Press SET
repeatedly to select
mode. (See right.)
CAP C1
TEXT C2
TEXT C1
CAP C2
5
Press ACTION three times
to return to the normal screen.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
Caption On Mute Feature
Closed Caption narration, if available, is displayed
when MUTE button is pressed for silence.
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
TIM
ER
M A I N MENU
LOCK LANGUAGE
DVD
R-T
ADD/DLT
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
3
ACTION
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SET : SET
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
RETURN
SKIP
SET : SET
4
SLOW/SEARCH
CAPT I ON
CAPT I ON MODE
CC ON MUTE
: OFF
: CAP C1
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
5
CAP C1
CAP C2
• When a disc supporting closed caption
is used, the subtitle and the closed
caption may overlap. In this case, turn
the subtitle or caption on mute mode off.
(See page 38.)
1) Press
to
select “CAPTION”.
2) Press SET to
display CAPTION
screen.
1)Press
to
select CAPTION
MODE.
2)Press SET
repeatedly to
select “OFF.”
1) Press
to select
CC ON MUTE.
2) Press SET
repeatedly to select
desired mode.
NO
Note
1) Press
to
select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
TV Operation
SET
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
CLEAR
CH
TV
UNE
+
ENTER
SU R RO UND
53
VOL
VOL
AUDIO
ACTION
Press ACTION
to display MAIN MENU.
CH
SELECT
SET
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
MUTE
1
2
• Each press of SET will
change the display as
shown left.
• The caption may be
broadcast over CAP
C1 or C2.
6
Press ACTION three times
to return to the normal screen.
7
Press MUTE to mute the sound and
display closed captioning.
• To cancel, press MUTE again.
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TV Timer Features
Ready Checklist
ON-TIMER with Alarm
This unit can be set to automatically power on in one
of 3 modes (TV, FM radio, or DVD/Video CD/CD.)
You can also combine the On-Timer with a one
minute alarm that gradually increases in volume.
1
2
1) Press
to select
“ON TIMER.”
2) Press SET to display
ON TIMER screen.
SET T I MER
ON T I MER
SLEEP T I MER : 00
1) Press
to select
desired settings.
2) Press SET to set the
ON-TIMER TIME or
ON-TIMER mode.
ON T I MER
ALARM : ON
SELE CT HOUR
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: T I MER
• ON-TIMER mode
selection order
CH02
CH03
CH125
CH01
DVD
4
FM9
FM8
FM1
• Make sure a disc is inserted
if DVD (DVD/Video CD/CD)
mode is selected.
• See “FM Radio” on pages
24 and 25 for instructions on
how to preset FM stations.
Press
to select
ALARM “ON” or “OFF.”
ON T I MER
ALARM : ON
SELECT ALARM
CANCEL : ADD / DLT
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: T I MER
SLEEP TIMER Indicator
Sleep Timer
This unit can be set for auto power off.
1
2
Press TIMER to display SET
TIMER screen.
1) Press
to select
SLEEP
TIMER.
SELECT :
SET
: SET
2) Press SET
END
: T I MER
repeatedly
to select
the desired
SLEEP TIMER 30 60 90 00
time.
SET T I MER
ON T I MER
SLEEP T I MER : 00
BACK :
When “ON” is selected,
an alarm will gradually increase in volume for one
minute or until cancelled by pressing any button
(including VOL + -).
To Make Corrections,
and
to move back and correct.
use
5
ON TIMER Indicator
Press TIMER* to display SET TIMER
screen.
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: T I MER
3
The clock is set to correct time.
Press TIMER to set ON TIMER.
• “ON TIMER SET” is displayed.
• ON TIMER Indicator lights up on the unit.
To Cancel ON-TIMER,
Repeat steps 1 and 2. Then, press ADD/DLT to
clear the time in step 3. Now, press TIMER to end.
“ON TIMER END” briefly appears on-screen.
To cancel,
press SET repeatedly until 00 appears.
3
Press TIMER to return to the
normal screen.
• Pressing DISPLAY with sleep
timer set displays remaining time.
• SLEEP TIMER Indicator lights up
on the unit.
Note
• If no button on the remote or unit
(including a button used to turn off
the alarm) is pressed within 60
minutes after unit turns itself on, it
will turn itself back off.
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On-Screen Display (OSD)
*Important:
If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the FM/TV button
on the remote and try the button again.
TV Status & Clock Display
Press DISPLAY
to display or remove the overlay.
Channel
Current Time
1 2 : 0 0AM
Receivable
Broadcast Types
(See page 19.)
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
TIM
ER
TIMER
CH
R-T
UNE
+
CH
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
ADD/DLT
ANGLE
CLEAR
ADD/
DELETE
SELECT
SET
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
DISPLAY
Blue Screen Display
Whenever the selected channel has no
broadcast signal with the Weak Signal Display
Feature set to “OFF” (see page 28), the screen
will turn solid blue.
TV Operation
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
AUDIO
CH08
STEREO
SAP
MONO
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SET
Channel Display
SLOW/SEARCH
When you change channels, the channel
number will be displayed.
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FM Radio
FM Radio is ...
This unit has an FM radio with built-in antenna, 9 station preset, and a band range of
87.5 ~ 108.1 MHz. You can even set the On-Timer (page 22) to wake up to your
favourite radio station.
FM Radio Setup
1
2
3
Press FM/TV on the remote to
display FM radio mode.
1 2 : 0 0PM
FM 1
87. 5MHz
1 2 : 0 0PM
FM 1
8 7. 7MHz
MEMORY : PRESS ADD / DLT KEY
1) Press CH
to select the
desired radio
station. (Each
press changes
frequency by 200
KHz.)
1 2 : 0 0PM
FM 1
Press a number
key* (1~9) to
select the FM
preset number.
8 7. 7MHz
MEMOR I ZED
To Make Corrections,
select station with a
number key, then do
step 3 again.
To exit FM mode, press
FM/TV or DVD on the
remote.
2) Press ADD/DLT
to set the radio
station.
CH
Hold down CH or
for a few seconds,
then release to
quickly scan for FM
stations in your area.
• To cancel, press
CH or while in
search mode.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
FM Antenna Setup
Make sure FM tuning is done
correctly (see FM Radio Setup).
FM/TV
OPEN/CLOSE
LIGHT
DVD
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
TIM
ER
CH
CH
R-T
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
CH
UNE
+
ENTER
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
DISPLAY
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET
to display SET
UP TV screen.
1) Press
to select
FM ANTENNA.
2) Press SET to
select “INT
(INTERNAL)” or
SET : SET
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
“EXT (EXTERNAL)”
to determine which
■ For cable TV users one sounds best.
SELECT
SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
➛ “INT”
■ For antenna users
➛ “EXT”
ACTION
4
TV Operation
RETURN
SKIP
Press ACTION
to display MAIN MENU.
TV
ADD/
DELETE
AUDIO
SET
ACTION
NUMBER
keys
1
2
Press ACTION twice to end setup.
Audio Mode for FM Radio
1 2 : 0 0PM
STEREO
MONO
FM 1
8 7. 7MHz
Press AUDIO
repeatedly to
select
“STEREO” or
“MONO” in FM
Radio mode.
Notes
• You may get better reception by
repositioning the unit.
• You cannot select FM Radio mode
while a blue screen (ACTION, MENU)
is displayed.
• Once stations are set, the selected
station and current time are displayed
when FM Radio mode is entered.
To remove time, press DISPLAY.
Using FM Radio
1
2
Press FM/TV on the remote to
display FM radio mode.
1 2 : 0 0PM
FM 1
87. 5MHz
Press a number key
(1~9) to select a
preset FM number
(see FM Radio Setup
on page 24).
To exit FM mode,
press FM/TV or DVD on the remote.
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Cable Box Universal Remote Control Feature
Universal Remote Control is...
The Remote Control may be set up to control some
basic DSS or Cable box functions.
The Universal Remote Control Setup
Confirm code entry.
Press POWER to turn selected unit
ON or OFF.
• See below for controllable functions in each mode.
FM/TV
FM/TV
10
TIM
ER
CH
VOL
VOL
+
CH
DSS
CABLE
ADD/DLT
NUMBER
keys
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
SET
ENTER
Notes
• Please repeat the Universal Remote Control Setup
after replacing remote control batteries.
• The remote control will not operate all DSS receivers
or Cable Boxes made by the manufacturers listed.
If you get no results, your particular brand cannot be
controlled.
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
Using the Universal Remote Control
(Available Buttons / Functions)
Once the remote control has been properly set up,
you can select FM/TV, DVD, DSS or CABLE mode
depending on which functions you wish to control.
Press FM/TV, DVD or DSS CABLE on the
remote control to select the desired mode. (See
below for buttons available in each mode.)
Set to FM/TV, DVD:
All TV, FM, and DVD functions.
Set to DSS CABLE:
• CABLE/DSS function, e.g. POWER, ENTER,
NUMBER keys (except 100 key), CH UP/DOWN.
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LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
SU R RO UND
Hold down DSS CABLE and press
number keys to enter code.
• If code number is 100 or greater,
e.g., press 1 - 0 - 2 for 102.
3
OPEN/CLOSE
POWER
R-T
2
Setup remote.
CLEAR
Find your DSS box or Cable box
Brand Code Number from one of the
charts on the next page.
ENTER
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DSS Brand Code Numbers
Toshiba ........................................................... 90
Hitachi/ Hughes ........................................ 91, 99
Primestar ........................................................ 92
Drake .............................................................. 93
Magnavox ................................................. 94, 95
Uniden ....................................................... 94, 95
Optimus .................................................... 94, 95
Panasonic ....................................................... 96
ProScan .......................................................... 97
RCA ................................................................ 97
SONY ...................................................... 98, 105
Cable Box Brand Code Numbers
Oak Sigma ................................. 46, 11, 129, 101
Panasonic .............................. 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Philips ................. 23, 24, 20, 13, 07, 50, 128, 129
Pioneer ................................................ 06, 05, 12
Pulsar ................. 04, 42, 63, 44, 30, 52, 124, 126
Quest .................................................. 06, 05, 12
Radio Shack ........................... 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
RCA ....................................... 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Realistic .................................. 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Recoton .................................. 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Regal .............. 41, 14, 15, 28, 102, 104, 103, 130
Regency ............................................ 28, 29, 130
Rembrandt ... 44, 42, 63, 29, 01, 32, 39, 120, 126
Samsung .................................. 42, 06, 32, 05, 40
Scientific Atlanta ................. 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Sheritech ......................................................... 27
Signal ...................................................... 26, 112
SL Marx .......... 42, 06, 32, 40, 43, 44, 52, 63, 126
Sprucer ................................... 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Standard Components ........... 32, 39, 42, 44, 126
Stargate ........... 04, 42, 32, 40, 63, 44, 30, 52, 06,
124, 126
Sylvania ..................................................... 19, 18
Teknika ...................................................... 74, 35
Telecaption .............................................. 77, 127
Teleview ............................. 40, 19, 38, 32, 42, 06
Texscan ..................................................... 19, 18
Tocom .............................. 34, 33, 01, 42, 66, 120
Toshiba ........................................................... 36
Unika ........................ 44, 42, 63, 29, 01, 126, 120
Universal .......................... 52, 43, 44, 63, 42, 126
Viewstar ............... 62, 40, 22, 13, 58, 20, 26, 107
Videoway ...................................... 07, 23, 50, 129
Vidtek .............................................................. 64
Zenith ........................................... 07, 23, 50, 129
Advanced Operation
Archer ....................... 44, 06, 01, 120, 05, 63, 126
Cableview ...... 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 42, 30, 52,
04, 124, 126
Citizen ................ 44, 52, 30, 63, 42, 04, 124, 126
Curtis ................................. 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Century .................................. 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Cabletenna ............... 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Cable Cinema ........... 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Diamond ................... 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Eagle .................... 62, 40, 22, 13, 58, 20, 26, 107
Eastern .............................................. 28, 29, 130
Explorer ............................. 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Gemini ............................................... 30, 04, 124
General Electric ................................. 01, 57, 120
General Instruments .... 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04,
55, 65, 66, 67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122, 115, 117,
118, 124
Gerrard .......................................... 44, 51, 75, 59
GC Electronics ............. 44, 42, 63, 29, 30, 52, 04,
124, 126
Hamlin ............ 41, 14, 15, 28, 102, 104, 103, 130
Hitachi ............................................................. 31
Jerrold ........ 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04, 55, 65, 66,
67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122, 115, 117, 118, 124
Jasco ................................................. 30, 04, 124
Macom ............................................................ 31
Magnavox ................................................ 26, 112
Matsushita ............................. 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Movietime ................... 32, 39, 42, 44, 126, 38, 40
Maestro ..................................................... 74, 35
NEC .............................................. 40, 19, 38, 32
NSC .............................................. 40, 19, 38, 32
Novavision ......................... 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Next Level ............. 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04, 55,
65, 66, 67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122
Oak ........................................... 46, 11, 129, 101
Notes
• In DSS or CABLE mode, it may be necessary to press ENTER after pressing number keys
for channel selection.
• In DSS or CABLE mode, POWER, CH Up/Down, Number Keys, ACTION, TIMER,
DISPLAY/ENTER, SEARCH, SKIP+/-, R-TUNE, SELECT, SET, ZOOM, ANGLE, AUDIO,
TITLE, SUB TITLE, MENU, or ADD/DLT/CLEAR are not available. Press FM/TV, DVD to
use these functions.
• Depending on your DSS receiver or Cable box brand, some of the functions listed may not
be remote controllable.
• Some DSS receiver or Cable box brands require you to turn on the power manually.
• Due to changes in infra-red commands used by manufacturers, some brands
have several codes. If your unit does not respond to the first code, please try the next one.
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Special Features
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
5
TV
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
3
1
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SELECT :
: ACT I ON
END
SET : SET
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
1) Press
to
select REMOTE
WARNING.
2) Press SET to
set “ON” or “OFF.”
• “REMOTE WARNING : OFF”
➛ Remote warning will not appear even if
invalid key is pressed.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
Selecting Input Mode
Method 1:
Press CH
follows.
. The display will change as
LINE2
LINE1
1
3
2
(CABLE) (TV)
125 or 69
Auto Operation Functions
■ Auto Shut Off
No broadcast signal in TV mode (Only
when Weak Signal Display is set to OFF.),
DVD stops for 5 minutes
➛ Power turns off
• This feature is cancelled if any button is
pressed during above conditions.
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
1) Press
to
select WEAK
SIGNAL
DISPLAY.
2) Press SET to
set “ON” or
“OFF.”
SET UP CHANNEL
ANTENNA : CABLE
AUTO SET
CHANNEL CAPT I ON
WEAK S I GNAL D I SPLAY : OFF
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
Notes
• “ON” = Picture is displayed regardless
of signal condition, and may not
always be clearly visible.
“OFF” = Screen turns solid blue when
signal is absent or weak.
• If unit is connected to equipment which
has blue back feature, selecting “ON” will
have no effect on the other equipment.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to the normal screen.
OPEN/CLOSE
CH
FM/TV
DVD
28
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
TIM
ER
CH
SORROUND
VOL
VOL
+
CH
ADD/DELETE
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
SELECT
ANGLE
MENU
SET
SET
ACTION
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
ACTION
SKIP
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TE
MU
SU R RO UND
Method 2:
a Press ACTION for MAIN MENU.
b Press
to select “TV”, then press
SET for SET UP TV screen.
c Press
to select “INPUT SELECT,” and
then press SET to select “TUNER,”
“LINE1,” or “LINE2.”
d Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.
DVD
TV
3
1) Press
to select “CH.”
2) Press SET
to display SET
UP CHANNEL
screen.
M A I N MENU
UNE
M A I N MENU
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MAIN MENU.
R-T
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MAIN MENU.
When “ON” is selected, the picture is
displayed even when a broadcast signal is
weak or non-existent.
CLEAR
When Universal Remote Control (page 26)
is used, and this feature is set to “ON,” a
warning appears whenever an invalid key
is pressed in DSS or Cable mode.
Weak Signal Display Feature
ENTER
Remote Warning Feature
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RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
Channel Caption
DVD Volume Adjust
Channel Caption is ...
Station names, e.g. ABC, CNN, etc. are set so
they will appear when a channel is selected.
Choose 24 preset names.
You need a list of stations and the
channel numbers you receive them on.
Audio recorded on a DVD or Video CD often
incorporates a dynamic range of sound. This
means that, when compared to a music CD,
etc., the average volume is generally lower
and the peaks may be higher. This unit can
be set so that the volume is increased
automatically.
1
2
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MAIN MENU.
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
3
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1
SET : SET
SET UP CHANNEL
ANTENNA : CABLE
AUTO SET
CHANNEL CAPT I ON
WEAK S I GNAL D I SPLAY : OFF
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
ABC
CBS
FOX
NBC
-----
PBS
CNN
ESPN
HBO
-----
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
CHANNEL CAPT I ON
PBS
ABC
CNN
CBS
ESPN
FOX
HBO
NBC
CLEAR : ADD / DLT
SELECT :
SET
: SET
: ACT I ON
END
To Make Corrections
1) Press
to
select CHANNEL
CAPTION.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET
UP TV screen.
1) Press
to
select DVD
VOL ADJUST.
2) Press SET to
set the level
(0, +1, or +2).
4
Press ACTION twice to return to
1) Press
to
normal screen.
select a station.
2) Press SET (or )
to move cursor
Surround Sound System
to the right.
You can hear a deeper, 3-D sound effect
3) Press
to
using just the unit’s two front speakers.
select channel
number.
Set Surround sound.
4) Press SET (or
Press SURROUND.
) to set preset
SURROUND ON
• “SURROUND ON”
captions.
is displayed.
SURROUND OFF
• Repeat step 4
until the Caption
To Cancel,
List is complete.
press SURROUND.
Advanced Operation
4
CHANNEL CAPT I ON
1) Press
to
select “CH.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
CHANNEL
screen.
Press ACTION
to display MAIN MENU.
Press
, then SET (or ) to select channel
number.
to change, or ADD/DLT to delete.
Press
Notes
5
Press ACTION three times
to end setup.
• Surround sound effect is not available for
normal (mono) broadcasts.
• The surround effect (TV mode only) is not
output to Audio Output L/R Connector.
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V-Chip Control Feature
V-Chip Control Feature is...
This unit has a built-in V-Chip Control which
allows you to block unwanted TV usage based on
US MOVIES, US TV PROGRAMS, Canadian
English Language and Canadian French
Language Ratings.
Process of V-Chip Control Feature
Enter Code
Setup
Blocking
Enter Secret Code
A 4-digit code must be entered to view a blocked
program or change rating settings.
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
TIM
ER
CH
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1
CH
NUMBER
keys
SET : SET
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
LOCK
ENTER 4-D I G I T CODE
-BACK SPACE:
ENTER : 0 - 9
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press number keys
to enter your secret
code.
2) Enter same code
again for confirmation.
MENU
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
To Make Corrections
Press repeatedly to
move the cursor.
Press number keys to
make the correction.
LOCK
CONF I RM 4-D I G I T CODE
****
****
RECOGN I ZED
CHANGE CODE : ADD / DLT
CONT I NUE : SET
END
: ACT I ON
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
• Step 2) not necessary
when changing rating or
secret code.
• Take care that you are
not observed entering
the secret code.
SET
ACTION
Press SET to display
Ratings menu (see
pages 31, 32).
Or
Press ACTION twice
to exit.
Changing your secret code
• You will need your current code.
Do steps 1 ~ 3. In step 4, press CLEAR to clear
current code.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to enter new code.
Notes
• DO NOT forget your secret code.
• Once ratings are set, restricted
tapes or programs cannot be
accessed unless the secret code is
entered.
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CLEAR
SELECT
SET
SLOW/SEARCH
4
UNE
+
CH
CLEAR
CLOCK
VOL
VOL
ENTER
DVD
1) Press
to
select “LOCK.”
2) Press SET to display
LOCK screen.
R-T
M A I N MENU
TV
3
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
SU R RO UND
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MAIN MENU.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
If LOCK menu is not displayed, perform
“Enter Secret Code” steps on page 30.
Process of V-Chip Control Feature
Enter Code
Setup
Blocking
US MOVIES RATINGS
US MOVIES Ratings
1
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
US TV PROGRAMS
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
DVD LOCK
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select
US MOVIES.
2) Press SET to set
“ON” or “OFF.”
■ “ON” ➛ V-Chip Control is activated.
■ “OFF” ➛ V-Chip Control is deactivated.
2
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
US TV PROGRAMS
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
DVD LOCK
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select
CHANGE
SETTINGS.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
G
GENERAL AUDIENCE:
All ages admitted.
PG
PARENTAL GUIDANCE:
Some material may not be suitable
for children.
PG-13 PARENTS CAUTIONED:
Some material may be
inappropriate for children under 13.
R
NC-17 OVER AGE 17 ONLY:
No one 17 and under admitted.
X
3
RESTRICTED:
Children under 17 must be
accompanied by a parent or adult.
ADULTS ONLY:
Advanced Operation
1) Press
to select
VIEW NR
PROGRAMS?.
2) Press SET to set
“YES” or “NO.”
NR (Not Rated) PROGRAMS
Some movies, such as old movies
or foreign movies usually have no ratings.
4
5
1) Press
to select
and SET to set
ratings to be
blocked.
(See ratings chart
on this page.)
Press ACTION to redisplay LOCK menu
and continue with US TV PROGRAMS
Ratings Setup (page 32).
Or, press ACTION four times to exit.
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V-Chip Control Feature (continued)
If LOCK menu is not displayed, do
“Enter Secret Code” steps on page 30.
US TV PROGRAMS Ratings
1
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
US TV PROGRAMS
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
DVD LOCK
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
* to
select US TV
PROGRAMS.
2) Press SET to set
“ON” or “OFF.”
■ “ON” ➛ V-Chip Control is activated.
■ “OFF” ➛ V-Chip Control is deactivated.
2
3
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
US TV PROGRAMS
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
DVD LOCK
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
V I EW NR PROGRAMS? : YES
UNLOCKED
TV-Y
FV
TV-Y7
TV-G
V S L D
TV-PG
V S L D
TV-1 4
V S L
TV-MA
CONTA I NS NO RAT I NG
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to
select CHANGE
SETTINGS.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
1) Press
to
select VIEW NR
PROGRAMS?.
2) Press SET to set
“YES” or “NO.”
NR (Not Rated) PROGRAMS
Some TV shows, such as news, sports,
weather, bulletins, emergency
information usually have no ratings.
4
V I EW NR PROGRAMS? : YES
UNLOCKED
TV-Y
FV
TV-Y7
TV-G
V S L D
TV-PG
V S L D
TV-1 4
V S L
TV-MA
FOR ALL CH I LDREN
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
Note
• You may select from
standard TV ratings
(chart 1), or customize
to a specific content
rating (chart 2).
5
1) Press
to
select and SET to
set ratings to be
blocked.
(See ratings charts
on this page.)
Process of V-Chip Control Feature
Enter Code
Blocking
Setup
US TV PROGRAMS RATINGS:
Chart 1
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
FOR ALL CHILDREN:
Content specifically geared to young
viewers ages 2-6.
FOR AGE 7 AND OLDER:
May contain mild physical or comedic
violence which may frighten children
under 7.
GENERAL AUDIENCE:
Contains little or no violence, strong
language, or sexual dialogue or
situations.
PARENTAL GUIDANCE:
May contain infrequent coarse
language, limited violence, some
suggestive sexual dialogue and
situations.
PARENTS CAUTIONED:
May contain sophisticated themes,
sexual situations, strong language,
and more intense violence.
MATURE AUDIENCE:
May contain mature themes, profane
language, graphic violence, and
sexual situations.
US TV PROGRAMS RATINGS:
Chart 2
FV
V
S
L
D
Fantasy Violence
Violence
Sexual Situations
Adult Language
Sexually Suggestive Dialogue
• Ratings highlighted
in Green will be
blocked. Ratings in
white letters will not
be blocked.
Press ACTION four times
to exit this mode.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
If LOCK menu is not displayed, do
“Enter Secret Code” steps on page 30.
SET : SET
■ “ON” ➛ V-Chip Control is activated.
■ “OFF” ➛ V-Chip Control is deactivated.
3
Children
C8+
Children 8 years and older
G
General Audience
PG
Parental Guidance
14+
Viewers 14 years and older
18+
Adult Programming
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
1) Press
to select
VIEW E
PROGRAMS?.
2) Press SET to set
“YES” or “NO.”
10
TIM
ER
CH
SU R RO UND
4
V I EW E PROGRAMS? : YES
C
UNLOCKED
C8+
G
PG
1 4+
1 8+
EXEMPT
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
LIGHT
VOL
VOL
+
CH
ADD/DLT
E (Exempt) PROGRAMS
Some TV shows, such as news, sports,
weather, bulletins, and emergency
information usually have no ratings.
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ACTION
5
V I EW E PROGRAMS? : YES
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
6
SET : SET
Press
to select
and SET to set ratings
to be blocked. (See
ratings chart on this
page.)
SELECT
SET
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
Press ACTION to redisplay LOCK menu
and continue with Canadian French
Language Ratings setup (page 34).
Or, press ACTION four times to exit.
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Advanced Operation
1) Press
to select
CHANGE
SETTINGS.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
UNE
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select
CANADIAN
ENGLISH.
2) Press SET to set
“ON” or “OFF.”
C
R-T
2
LOCK
1) Press
to select
NEXT PAGE.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
CLEAR
1
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
US TV PROGRAMS
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
DVD LOCK
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
Canadian English Language RATINGS
ENTER
Canadian English Language
Ratings
SET
ACTION
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V-Chip Control Feature (continued)
If LOCK menu is not displayed, do
“Enter Secret Code” steps on page 30.
Canadian French Language
Ratings
1
2
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
US TV PROGRAMS
CHANGE SETT I NGS
: OFF
DVD LOCK
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
LOCK
CANADIAN ENGLISH : OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
CANADIAN FRENCH : OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
PREVIOUS PAGE
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
1) Press
* to select
NEXT PAGE.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
1) Press
to select
CANADIAN
FRENCH.
2) Press SET to set
“ON” or “OFF.”
■ “ON” ➛ V-Chip Control is activated.
■ “OFF” ➛ V-Chip Control is deactivated.
3
LOCK
CANADIAN ENGLISH : OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
CANADIAN FRENCH : OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
PREVIOUS PAGE
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
4
SET : SET
G
8 ANS+
13 ANS+
16 ANS+
18 ANS+
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
1) Press
to select
CHANGE
SETTINGS.
2) Press SET to
display screen.
1) Press
to select
VIEW E
PROGRAMS?.
2) Press SET to set
“YES” or “NO.”
E (Exempt) PROGRAMS
Some TV shows, such as news, sports,
weather, bulletins, and emergency
information usually have no ratings.
5
G
8 ANS +
General
Not recommended for
young children
13 ANS + Programming may not
V I EW E PROGRAMS? : YES
G
UNLOCKED
8 ANS+
13 ANS+
16 ANS+
18 ANS+
GENERAL AUD I ENCE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
6
Canadian French Language RATINGS
Repeatedly press
to select and SET to
set ratings to be
blocked. (See ratings
chart on this page.)
Press ACTION four times
to exit this mode.
be suitable for children
under the age of 13
16 ANS + Programming is not
suitable for children
under the age of 16
18 ANS + Programming restricted
to adults
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV button on the
remote and try the button again.
Process of V-Chip Control Feature
Enter Code
Setup
Blocking
Blocking Message
<When V-Chip Control is activated>
• If a program or movie exceeds the ratings
you have set, a message will appear on a
black background and sound is muted.
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
10
PROGRAM RAT I NG EXCEEDED
PROGRAM RAT I NG EXCEEDED
RAT I NG : 1 3ANS+
ACCESS CODE
RAT I NG : PG-1 3
ACCESS CODE
----
ENTER : 0-9
TIM
ER
----
ENTER : 0-9
<Canadian Rating>
CH
R-T
ADD/DLT
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
[Temporarily Deactivate V-Chip Control]
Enter your secret code (ACCESS CODE) in
the Blocking Message screen.
• V-Chip Control is reactivated when power
is turned off or power failure occurs.
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
SET
ACTION
[Deactivate V-Chip Control]
Enter your secret code (steps 1-4 page 30).
Then, set US MOVIES and/or US TV
PROGRAMS and/or CANADIAN ENGLISH
LANGUAGE and/or CANADIAN FRENCH
and SET.
LANGUAGE to “OFF” using
(Ratings set on pages 31-34 are retained
and will be in effect when V-Chip Control is
activated again.)
Advanced Operation
SELECT
SET
ACTION
To View a Blocked Program / Movie
CLEAR
CH
UNE
+
ENTER
SU R RO UND
<US Rating>
VOL
VOL
AUDIO
ABC
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
LIGHT
ABC
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Video / Audio Menu
*Important:If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the FM/TV button
on the remote and try the button again.
This feature allows easy setting of picture and sound suitable for each program source.
Video Menu
Press ACTION* to display MAIN
MENU.
LOCK LANGUAGE
DVD
53
TV
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
4
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
V I DEO
V I DEO
AUD I O
AUD I O
MENU
: NORMAL
ADJUST
MENU
: MUS I C
ADJUST
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
5
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
1) Press
to
select “SET UP
VIDEO/AUDIO.”
2) Press SET to
display.
Do steps 1 - 3 left.
1) Press
to
select “AUDIO
MENU.”
2) Press SET to
select desired
mode.
(See below.)
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
V I DEO
V I DEO
AUD I O
AUD I O
MENU
: NORMAL
ADJUST
MENU
: MUS I C
ADJUST
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
c
Press ACTION three times to end
setup.
[Audio Menu]
to
1) Press
select “VIDEO
MENU.”
2) Press SET
repeatedly to
select desired
mode. (See
below.)
Press ACTION three times to end
setup.
■ NORMAL
■ AUTO
[Audio AGC (Auto Gain Control)]
The sound level is automatically adjusted to
suit the program source (see below left).
■ MOVIE
Sound suited to movies.
■ MUSIC
Sound suited to music. (Factory setting)
■ SPEECH
Sound suited to dialogue.
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
[Video Menu]
Standard
TV
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
■ NORMAL
Factory setting.
■ MOVIE
Picture is adjusted for a movie-like feel.
■ NIGHT
Colour and picture intensity are adjusted
to be easier on the eyes for night
viewing.
Volume level
High
ANGLE
Volume level
High
CD
TV
Low
Standard
TV
TV
AUDIO MENU : AUTO
<Audio AGC Example>
SET
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
36
ACTION
SLOW/SEARCH
• The effects of this feature on the signal is not
output to the Audio/Video Output Connector.
• When AUDIO MENU mode is “AUTO,” the
AUDIO ADJUST setting will be “STANDARD.”
• AUDIO MENU settings remain in memory.
• VIDEO MENU settings do not remain in memory.
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SELECT
SET
Notes
CD
Low
AUDIO MENU : NORMAL
MENU
CLEAR
M A I N MENU
a
b
ENTER
1
2
Audio Menu
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Video / Audio Adjustment
Video Adjustment
1
2
Press ACTION to display MAIN
MENU.
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SELECT :
: ACT I ON
END
4
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
SET : SET
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
V I DEO
V I DEO
AUD I O
AUD I O
MENU
: NORMAL
ADJUST
MENU
: MUS I C
ADJUST
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
5
Audio Adjustment
1) Press
to
select “SET UP
VIDEO/AUDIO.”
2) Press SET to
display.
1) Press
to
select “VIDEO
ADJUST.”
2) Press SET to
display.
1) Press
to
select an item.
(See below.)
to
2) Press
adjust.
To Reset VIDEO Controls.
and SET to select and set
Press
“STANDARD.” All controls return to their
factory settings.
6
Press ACTION four times to end
setup.
[VIDEO Adjustment]
Press ACTION to display MAIN
MENU.
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
c
SET : SET
SET UP TV
CAPT I ON
I NPUT SELECT
: TUNER
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
FM ANTENNA
: I NT
REMOTE WARN I NG : ON
DVD VOL ADJUST : + 2
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
d
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
SET UP V I DEO / AUD I O
V I DEO
V I DEO
AUD I O
AUD I O
MENU
: NORMAL
ADJUST
MENU
: MUS I C
ADJUST
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: ACT I ON
e
AUDIO ADJUST
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
STANDARD
SELECT :
ADJUST :
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
1) Press
to
select “SET UP
VIDEO/AUDIO.”
2) Press SET to
display.
1) Press
to
select “AUDIO
ADJUST.”
2) Press SET to
display.
to
1) Press
select an item.
(See below.)
to
2) Press
adjust.
To Reset AUDIO Controls.
and SET to select and set
Press
“STANDARD.” All controls return to their
factory settings.
f
Press ACTION four times to end
setup.
Advanced Operation
V I DEO ADJUST
COLOR
T I NT
BR I GHTNESS
P I CTURE
SHARPNESS
STANDARD
SELECT :
ADJUST :
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select “TV.”
2) Press SET to
display SET UP
TV screen.
a
b
[AUDIO Adjustment]
■ COLOR Control
Adjust colour intensity.
■ TINT Control
Adjust for natural flesh tones.
■ BRIGHTNESS Control
Adjust picture brightness.
■ PICTURE Control
Adjust picture intensity by adjusting both
contrast and colour level in the proper
balance.
■ SHARPNESS Control
Adjust picture sharpness.
■ BASS Control
To adjust the intensity of low frequency
sound.
■ TREBLE Control
To adjust the intensity of high frequency
sound.
■ BALANCE Control
To adjust the (L/R) unit speaker output
level.
• The levels set here do not affect other
audio equipment when connected to the
Audio Output L/R Connector.
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Disc Operation
Subtitle Language (DVD only)
You can select a different subtitle language
(if offered) than the one set at the Settings for DVD
Operation. (See page 48.)
1
Press SUB TITLE*
in Play mode to display
the subtitle selection
on-screen.
Ready Checklist
Please read “Basic DVD Operation”
on page 16.
[Subtitle language (No.)]
[Audio soundtrack language (No.)]
• Display disappears after 5
seconds.
• When no subtitles are offered,
“-” will be displayed instead of
the language number.
2
1) Press
to select
desired language.
2) Press (or ) to set.
3) Press (or ) to
select “ON” or “OFF.”
Te amo
Number of subtitle language being played back.
ENG
English
FRA
French
DEU
German
ITA
Italian
ESP
Spanish
NLD
Dutch
SVE
Swedish
NOR
Norwegian
DAN
Danish
POR
Portuguese
RUS
Russian
Notes
JPN
Japanese
• When closed captioning is used along with subtitles, they may
overlap. If so, turn one function off. (See pages 20 and 21.)
• If after several presses of the button the language does not
change, language selection is not offered on the disc.
• Subtitles may not change to the selected language immediately.
• When power is turned on again or disc is removed, subtitles
revert to initial setting language. If the initial language is not
recorded on the disc, the disc’s priority language will appear.
CHI
Chinese
KOR
Korean
MAL
Malay
VIE
Vietnamese
THA
Thai
Audio Soundtrack Language (DVD only)
You can change the audio soundtrack language,
selected at the Settings for DVD Operation, to a
different language if available. (See page 48.)
(This operation works only with discs on which
multiple audio soundtrack languages are recorded.)
a
AUDIO: 1 ENG
Dolby Digital 3/2.1ch
Hello
SELECT :
b
SET : SET
AUDIO: 3 ESP
Dolby Digital 3/2.1ch
Press AUDIO in Play
mode to display the audio
selection on-screen.
• Display disappears after 5
seconds.
Audio attribute 1 type, sampling
frequency, bit No. of the disc.
1) Press
to select
desired language.
Hola
SELECT :
SET : SET
Number of the audio
soundtrack language being
played back.
∗
Other
• Change the No. by pressing
and press SET.
[Audio attribute 1 type,
sampling frequency, bit No. of
the disc (see page 49)]
16bit
20bit
24bit
1ch - 5.1ch
1ch - 5.1ch
96KHz
or
48KHz
LPCM
Dolby Digital
dts
38
Linear PCM disc
Dolby Digital disc
dts disc
Notes
• If, after several presses of the AUDIO
button the language does not change,
language selection is not offered on the
disc.
• When power is turned on again or disc
is removed, language reverts to initial
setting. If this language is not recorded
on the disc, the language recorded will
be heard.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the DVD button on the remote
and try the button again.
When
appears on the screen
while a button is being pushed,
it means that the corresponding
operation is prohibited by the
unit or the disc.
Multiple Angle Viewing (DVD only)
DVDs may contain scenes shot from multiple camera
angles allowing the same scene to be viewed at
different angles. You can view these angles,
if available, using the ANGLE button.
1
Press ANGLE in Play
mode to display the angle
selection on-screen.
• Display disappears after 5
seconds.
ANGLE Indicator
Notes
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
MENU
Number of angle being played back.
Vocal selection for Karaoke discs (DVD/Video CD)
a
b
Press AUDIO in Play mode to display the
audio screen.
1) Press
(or
) to
select as shown below.
2) Press (or ) to set.
(DVD only)
ANGLE
SET
ACTION
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SELECT
• DVD Karaoke (1 vocal) VOCAL ON VOCAL OFF
• DVD Karaoke (2 vocals) VOCAL V1 + V2 VOCAL V1 VOCAL V2 VOCAL OFF
• Video CD
LR
L
R
SET
SLOW/SEARCH
ZOOM
Picture Zoom (DVD only)
You can enlarge specific portions of a picture and
select the zoom ratio using the ZOOM button on the
remote during DVD playback.
Notes
Advanced Operation
AUDIO
TITLE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ENTER
ADD/DLT
CLEAR
• ANGLE Indicator lights up on the
unit when a scene recorded at
different angles is detected.
• The angle number can be set
beforehand so that the angle is
switched whenever ANGLE
Indicator lights up.
2
1) Press
to select the
desired angle.
Set Zoom size.
• Closed captioning will not be
Press ZOOM repeatedly to change display as follows.
displayed while Picture Zoom is
• You can enlarge the centre portion of the image to one of 2
used. To see subtitles, set the
magnifications.
subtitle feature to ON (see page 38).
X 1.0 (ORIGINAL)
X 1.5 (ZOOM 1)
X 2.0 (ZOOM 2)
• The subtitle cannot be enlarged nor
can it’s position be changed.
1st press
2nd press
• The picture zoom feature does not
work with a Video CD.
Hello!
Hello! ZOOM 1
Hello! ZOOM 2
• During picture zoom, “ZOOM1” or
3rd press
“ZOOM2” is displayed on-screen.
• Zooming, on some discs, may result
■ Use the , , and
buttons to move the position up,
in poor picture quality, or may not
down, left and right.
operate at all.
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Disc Operation (continued)
Title menu (DVD only)
Some DVDs have more than one title, e.g.
movies. If the disc offers a title menu, you can
select the desired title number. (Operation may
vary according to the disc.)
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
B i rds
of the world
1) Press
or
number Key(s)
to select a title.
2) Press SET or
PLAY to start
play.
• Step 2) not necessary
when using number
key(s).
FM/TV
CH
DVDs may offer a special menu. This menu may
include guides to unique contents, audio/subtitle
languages, etc. Although contents and operation
may vary, the following steps show basic steps
for using the menu.
3 . ANGLE
<Example>
b
DVD MENU
1 . SUBT I TLE
2 . AUD I O
3 . ANGLE
<Example>
Repeat step “b” if there is
more than one menu.
+
CH
TITLE
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ACTION
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
DISPLAY
MENU
SELECT
STOP
ZOOM
STOP
Press MENU in Play
mode to display DVD
menu.
• Pressing MENU again
resumes play from the
scene when MENU
was first pressed.
1) Press
or
number key(s)
to select an item.
2) Press SET or
PLAY to access.
• Step 2) not necessary
when using number
key(s).
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SET
ACTION
PLAY
SLOW/SEARCH
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NUMBER
keys
CLEAR
SKIP
1 . SUBT I TLE
2 . AUD I O
VOL
SET
DVD menu (DVD only)
DVD MENU
TIM
ER
VOL
<Example>
a
10
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
SU R RO UND
2
T I TLE MENU
OPEN/CLOSE
UNE
<Example>
• Pressing TITLE again
resumes play from the
scene when TITLE was
first pressed.
R-T
B i r ds
Love r s
CLEAR
Dogs
ENTER
1
Press TITLE* in
Play mode to
Cas t l es display title screen.
T I TLE MENU
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the FM/TV, DVD button on the
remote and try the button again.
Ready Checklist
Program Play (Video CD/CD)
You can program specific tracks and order of play.
1
2
Press ACTION in Stop mode to display
MAIN MENU.
M A I N MENU
1) Press
to
select “DVD.”
LOCK LANGUAGE
DVD
2) Press SET to
53
display screen.
CH
TV
CLOCK
1
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
1) Press
to select
“PLAY MODE.”
2) Press SET to
display screen.
DVD MAIN MENU
SELECT
SET
END
4
1
2
3
4
5
Program Repeat Play
(Video CD/CD)
a
b
:
: SET
: ACTION
1) Press
to select
“PROGRAM PLAY.”
2) Press SET to
display screen.
:
: SET
: ACTION
PROGRAM PLAY
DISC
PROGRAM
6 11 16
5 8
7 12 17
15 6
8 13 18
1 13
9 14 19
3 2
10 15 20
2
Press DISPLAY to display
Disc Information screen.
(Disc Information Screen)
START
1) Press
to
select a track
number.
(Track numbers on
disc are displayed.)
2) Press SET to set.
SET
c
d
: 1
: OFF
: SET
VIDEO CD
1 : 35 : 12
NEXT : DISPLAY
Press DISPLAY again to
display Unit Information screen.
Press SET to enter Select mode.
(“REPEAT OFF” will flash.)
(Unit Information Screen)
• Repeat step 5 to select another track.
• The selected track is added on the right side.
6
1 6
2 7
3 8
4 9
5 10
PROGRAM PLAY
DISC
PROGRAM
11 16
5 8
12 17
15 6
13 18
1 13
14 19
3 2
15 20
2
CLEAR LAST
CLEAR ALL
SELECT
:
SET
: SET
END
: ACTION
START
1) Press
to
select “START.”
2) Press SET to start
play of programs in the
sequence selected.
SET
e
: SET
END : DISPLAY
Press
to select “DISC
REPEAT.”
(Unit Information Screen)
• To cancel, press STOP
during play, then press
CLEAR.
Advanced Operation
CLEAR LAST
CLEAR ALL
SELECT
:
SET
: SET
END
: ACTION
Do steps 1 through 6 on
this page.
TRACK
PBC
PLAY MODE
SELECT
SET
END
5
SET : SET
Unit is in TV mode, press FM/TV.
Video CD or CD is inserted.
PLAY
DISC REPEAT
PROGRAM PLAY
Notes
• Up to 15 tracks can be programmed.
• “ ” or “ ” (depending on disc) indicates additional
PROGRAM PLAY screen. Press
for next or
previous screen.
• To clear the last program one by one,
Press
to move to “CLEAR LAST” and press
SET. (Pressing CLEAR also clears last program.)
• To clear all programs,
Press
to move to “CLEAR ALL” and press
SET. (Programs are also cleared when the power is
turned off or the disc is removed.)
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SELECT :
SET
: SET
f
END : DISPLAY
Press SET to set mode. (“DISC
REPEAT” stops flashing.)
To cancel,
select “REPEAT OFF” in
step e, then press SET.
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Disc Operation (continued)
Random Play (Video CD/CD)
Tracks are played in a random order.
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
3
10
:
: SET
: ACTION
TIM
ER
CH
1) Press
to select
“PLAY MODE.”
2) Press SET to
display screen.
VOL
VOL
+
CH
CLEAR
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
SET
ACTION
4
PLAY MODE
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
SET : SET
DVD MAIN MENU
SELECT
SET
END
FM/TV
SU R RO UND
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
1
CH
CLOCK
OPEN/CLOSE
UNE
DVD
1) Press
to select “DVD.”
2) Press SET to
display screen.
R-T
M A I N MENU
CLEAR
2
Press ACTION* in Stop mode to display
MAIN MENU.
ENTER
1
*Important: If a remote control button does
not work when pressed, press
the FM/TV button on the remote
and try the button again.
1) Press
to select
“RANDOM PLAY.”
2) Press SET to begin
random play.
SET
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
STOP
• To cancel, press STOP
during play, then press
CLEAR.
42
ACTION
SLOW/SEARCH
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DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays
When DISPLAY is pressed, On-Screen Displays
show disc information (title/chapter/track number,
elapsed playing time) and unit information (repeat
play, Play mode).
1
Ready Checklist
Unit is in DVD mode, press DVD.
Press DISPLAY in Play or Stop mode to
display “On-Screen Display.”
• Each press of DISPLAY changes the on-screen
display as follows. (Please refer to page 44 or 45.)
Selected disc information
➛
OPEN/CLOSE
Selected unit information
➛
FM/TV
TIM
ER
VOL
VOL
R-T
UNE
+
CH
2
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
ADD/DLT
1) Press
(or
) to select an item.
2) Press SET to set.
SET
1) Press
to select the setting.
2) Press SET to set.
<Example of DVD>
SELECT :
SET
: SET
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
NEXT : DISPLAY
SELECT :
SET
: SET
: 17
: OFF
: SET
SET
: SET
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
NEXT : DISPLAY
• Pressing is effective
for elapsing time
instead of the above
<Example of Video CD>
buttons. Press
TRACK : 12
VIDEO CD
repeatedly to delete the
PBC
: OFF
0 : 12 : 34
error, then correct.
SET
SET
RETURN
• For some functions the
setting will be
registered immediately
without pressing SET.
• When numbers are
displayed (e.g. title
number), the NUMBER
keys are also available.
To make corrections,
press
and SET
repeatedly to move to
error, then correct.
TRACK
PBC
SELECT
SLOW/SEARCH
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
T I TLE
: 12
CHAPTER : 24
ACTION
DISPLAY
VIDEO CD
0 : 12 : 34
NEXT : DISPLAY
To return to the
normal screen,
press CLEAR or
DISPLAY repeatedly.
NEXT : DISPLAY
Notes
• When DISPLAY is pressed
during playback of a Video CD
with Playback control, the
NUMBER keys are not available
on the displayed screen. In this
case, press DISPLAY again to
remove the displayed screen.
appears on the screen
• When
while a button is being operated,
it means that the corresponding
operation is prohibited by the
unit or the disc.
Advanced Operation
T I TLE
: 12
CHAPTER : 11
NUMBER
keys
CLEAR
ENTER
Note
• DISPLAY button does not function while DVD
TITLE MENU is displayed.
10
CH
SU R RO UND
Normal Screen
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
LIGHT
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DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays (continued)
Detailed Descriptions of Each On-Screen Display
Disc information screen (for DVD)
1. TITLE No.
• Change the No. by pressing
keys, and press SET.
* or the NUMBER
1
2
T I TLE
: 1
CHAPTER : 12
DVD
1 : 12 : 55
3
4
2. Chapter No.
• Change the No. by pressing
keys, and press SET.
or the NUMBER
3. Disc currently being played
4. Elapsed playing time
SELECT :
SET
: SET
NEXT : DISPLAY
The screen may be changed by selecting the
elapsed time.
• Change the elapsed time by pressing NUMBER
keys, and press SET.
0➛1➛2➛3➛4➛5
(e.g.) 01 : 23 : 45
• This function does not work with some discs.
Disc information screen (for Video CD/ CD)
A. Track No.
• Change the No. by pressing
keys, and press SET.
or the NUMBER
B. Playback control ON/OFF
A
B
TRACK
PBC
: 1
: OFF
VIDEO CD
1 : 35 : 12
C
D
[Video CD with playback control only]
ON
OFF
Video CD menu play is displayed.
Video CD menu play is cleared.
SET
: SET
NEXT : DISPLAY
C. Disc currently being played
Video CD
CD
D. Elapsed playing time
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
DVD
10
TE
MU
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
TIM
ER
CH
VOL
VOL
R-T
UNE
+
CH
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
NUMBER
keys
ENTER
• Track No. and elapsed playing time are not
displayed during play started from menu of Video
CDs with playback control.
• When
appears on the screen while a button is
being operated, it means that the corresponding
operation is prohibited by the unit or the disc.
SU R RO UND
Notes
SELECT
SET
ACTION
RETURN
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SET
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the DVD button on the remote
and try the button again.
Detailed Descriptions of Each On-Screen Display
Unit information screen
• Change the desired mode during play by pressing
, and press SET.
a. Repeat Play
DVD
CHAPTER REPEAT TITLE REPEAT
Video CD/CD
TRACK REPEAT
DISC REPEAT
REPEAT OFF
REPEAT OFF
PLAY
CHAPTER REPEAT
a
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END : DISPLAY
b. Play mode [Video CD/ CD only] (See page 41 or 42.)
PROGRAM PLAY
RANDOM PLAY
-----
program play
random play
normal play
b
PLAY
DISC REPEAT
RANDOM PLAY
: SET
END : DISPLAY
For your reference
• CHAPTER/TITLE REPEAT PLAY (DVD)
CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION
• TRACK/DISC REPEAT PLAY (Video CD/CD)
CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION
TITLE
chapter
track
chapter
chapter
CHAPTER REPEAT
TITLE REPEAT
NORMAL PLAY
Advanced Operation
SET
track
track
TRACK REPEAT
DISK REPEAT
NORMAL PLAY
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MP3 Playback Operation
MP3 Playback
You can use this unit to play MP3 format audio recorded for
personal use with a computer etc. onto a CD-R or CD-RW.
Play may not be possible in some cases due to the
condition of the recording.
■ MP3 playback (During STOP mode)
1) Press
to select an MP3 file ( ).
2) Press SET or PLAY to start playback.
1
2
3
■ Select folder (During STOP mode)
1) Press
to select a folder ( ).
2) Press SET to display files/folders
contained in the folder.
Press POWER* on the remote or unit.
Press OPEN/CLOSE,
and then place a MP3 disc into the disc tray.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to close.
MP3 MENU is displayed and playback is
started automatically. (The MP3 CD directory is
displayed.)
Function
Status
Counter
<Example>
PLAY
ROOT
VA
TECHNO
POPS
JAZZ
Folder area
(The currently
displayed folder
turns green)
00 : 00 : 00
MP3 MENU
..
END_WALTZ
DD_CUB I C
NOCTURNE
NORN
Parent
folder
File area
(The selected
MP3 file/folder
is displayed
with a cursor.)
PLAY MODE : NORMAL
<Example>
PLAY MODE
ROOT
: MP3 file
: Folder
: Parent folder
VA
END_WALTZ
DD_CUB I C
NOCTURNE
NORN
TECHNO
POPS
JAZZ
(The MP3 CD directory structure
displayed in the above example OSD is
shown in the diagram at left.)
■ Forward/Reverse Search
Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOW- during play.
Press PLAY to release.
• Search speed, slow at first, increases with each
additional press of the button up to 4 levels.
■ Forward/Reverse Track Skip
Press SKIP
| or |
SKIP during play.
Each press skips a track.
• If pressed within first 3 seconds of playback, skips
to the previous track. If over 3 seconds, returns to
first track. (|
SKIP only.)
• Only the SKIP
| or |
SKIP button can be used
for track skip selection during playback.
Put unit in Stop mode before performing folder/file
selection (see above right.)
4
5
■ Select parent folder (During STOP
mode)
1) Press
to select a folder ( ).
2) Press SET to make changes to
the previous directory display.
Note
• Folder area operation cannot be done.
Only file area operation is possible.
■ Select PLAY MODE (During STOP
mode)
1) Press
to move cursor to
PLAY MODE.
2) Press
to select the desired
PLAY MODE (see below).
[PLAY MODE]
NORMAL:
All MP3 files are selected and
played back one time only.
SINGLE REPEAT:
The selected MP3 file is
played back repeatedly.
FOLDER REPEAT:
The MP3 files contained in
the selected folder are played
back repeatedly.
However, folders below the
selected folder are not played
back.
DISC REPEAT:
All MP3 files are played back
repeatedly.
Press STOP to stop playing.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to eject the disc.
The MP3 MENU is closed automatically.
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DVD Lock Feature
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when
pressed, press the FM/TV or DVD button on
the remote and try the button again.
You can prevent playback of DVDs with a specific rating level which may be unsuitable
for children.
• Some DVDs are encoded with a rating level. If the disc rating is higher (stricter) than the one you
preset, playback will be prohibited.
Caution
Discs not encoded with a rating level will play even if the jacket states it is for
mature audiences. For these discs, the DVD Lock Ratings will not work.
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
Perform DVD Lock setting in TV mode.
Enter your secret code to display LOCK menu.
(Perform “Enter Secret Code” steps on page 30.)
CLEAR
DVD Lock Ratings (DVD only)
SELECT
SET
1
LOCK
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
US TV PROGRAMS
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
DVD LOCK
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
1) Press
to select
“DVD LOCK.”
2) Press SET to set
“ON” or “OFF.”
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
SET
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
ACTION
SLOW/SEARCH
■ “ON” ➛ DVD Lock is activated.
■ “OFF” ➛ DVD Lock is deactivated.
2
LOCK
1) Press
to select
“CHANGE
SETTINGS.”
2) Press SET to display
screen.
<When DVD Lock is activated>
YOUR SELECTION
EXCEEDS THE
,
PLAYER S RATING LIMIT.
DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE
LIMIT?
YES
3
1
2
3
4
UNLOCKED
5
6
7
8
LOCK ALL
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
1) Press
to
select rating level.
2) Press SET to select
“LOCKED” or
“UNLOCKED.”
LEVEL 1 : LOCK ALL:
Playback of all DVDs, CDs and Video CDs is
prohibited. (Use to prohibit play of mature
theme DVDs not encoded with a rating level.)
LEVEL 2 : DVDs expressly for children can be played back.
LEVEL 3 to 7 :
DVDs for general audiences/children can be
played back. (DVDs with mature content are
prohibited.)
LEVEL 8 : NO LIMIT: (Factory preset)
All DVDs can be played back.
• Ratings which are highlighted in Green will be blocked;
those not highlighted (white letters) will not be blocked.
4
Press ACTION three times to end setup.
NO
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END : DISPLAY
After DVD Lock is set and a
blocked DVD is played, this
message will appear. The
message may differ depending on
the disc.
To continue viewing a blocked
program for now,
to select “YES” and
Press
SET. Then, enter your 4-digit
secret code. When “NO” is
selected, blocked programs
cannot be viewed.
Advanced Operation
US MOV I ES
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
US TV PROGRAMS
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
DVD LOCK
: OFF
CHANGE SETT I NGS
NEXT PAGE
SELECT :
SET : SET
END
: ACT I ON
To change DVD LOCK settings
After entering your secret code in
step 3 on page 30, select “OFF”
to deactivate DVD Lock or
change the rating level.
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Settings for DVD Operation
1
2
Press ACTION* in Stop mode to display
MAIN MENU.
M A I N MENU
DVD
LOCK LANGUAGE
53
TV
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
3
1
CH
CLOCK
SET : SET
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: AUTO
TV MODE
: Letterbox
SELECT
SET
END
1) Press
to
select “DVD.”
2) Press SET to display
screen.
Once initial settings are done, they
remain in memory (even after the
power is off) until changed.
This means the unit will always
operate under the same conditions
(especially DVDs) each time.
Ready Checklist
Unit is in TV mode, press FM/TV.
1) Press
to select
an item.
2) Press SET to set.
:
: SET
: ACTION
DISC LANGUAGES (See below.)
Any languages offered on the disc can be set. If a language
not offered is set, the original disc language will be selected.
AUDIO OUTPUT (See page 49.)
You can set the audio output that comes from the digital
audio output terminal.
“AUDIO” selections
To select “FIELD” or “FRAME” to prevent jitter or to make
small text or fine patterns clearly visible in a still picture. When
“AUTO” is set, “FIELD” or “FRAME” is selected automatically.
To select the audio soundtrack language.
(factory preset: English)
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
Original: Original disc language
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
TV MODE (See page 50.)
“SUBTITLE” selections
STILL MODE (See page 50.)
To select whether the video material for a wide-screen will
be played back in Pan & Scan style or in Letterbox style.
DISC LANGUAGES (DVD only)
To select and set the language of the audio soundtrack,
subtitles, or title/DVD menus for all discs to be played.
4
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: AUTO
TV MODE
: Letterbox
SELECT
SET
END
5
SELECT
SET
END
6
:
: SET
: ACTION
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO
SUBT I TLE
MENUS
1) Press
to select
“DISC LANGUAGES.”
2) Press SET to display
screen.
: English
: AUTO
: English
:
: SET
: ACTION
1) Press
to select
an item.
2) Press SET
repeatedly for
desired language.
(Please refer right.)
Press ACTION to redisplay DVD menu
and go to step 3 to setup another item.
Or, press ACTION three times to exit.
To select the subtitle language.
(Factory preset: AUTO)
AUTO: Same language selected for
“AUDIO”
• If language set for “AUDIO”
is used in playback, subtitles
will not appear.
• If another language is used
during playback, the subtitles
will appear in the language
selected at “AUDIO” setup.
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
“MENUS” selections
(factory preset: English)
To select the language used in title
menus or DVD menus.
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
To enter OTHER ✱✱✱✱ code
number,
Press number keys (Please refer to
language codes on page 51).
To make corrections, press
repeatedly to delete language code
number, and correct.
*1 If the selected language is not offered,
the original disc language is selected.
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*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the DVD button on the
remote and try the button again.
AUDIO OUTPUT
Select the digital output to be output from the
optical digital audio output connector of the unit.
1
2
Do steps 1 and 2 on page 48.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I ELD
TV MODE
: Letterbox
SELECT
SET
END
3
1) Press
to select
“AUDIO OUTPUT.”
2) Press SET to
display screen.
:
: SET
: ACTION
AUDIO OUTPUT
LPCM(DVD)
Dolby Digital
dts
DRC
SURROUND
SELECT
SET
END
: OFF
: Bitstream
: OFF
: OFF
: OFF
:
: SET
: ACTION
1) Press
to select
an item.
2) Press SET
repeatedly for output.
(See below.)
■ “LPCM (DVD)” selections
OFF: Linear PCM of less than 48 kHz/16 bit is output.
When playing DVDs recorded in linear PCM of
over 48 kHz/20 bit or 96 kHz, no digital audio is
output. (Factory preset)
PCM: When playing DVDs recorded in linear PCM of
48 kHz/20 bit/24 bit or 96 kHz, digital audio
converted to 48 kHz/16 bit is output.
(Digital output of PCM audio is restricted to
48 kHz/16 bit or below for copyright protection.)
■ “Dolby Digital” selections
Bitstream:
OFF:
Dolby Digital bitstream (1ch-5.1ch) is
output. (Factory preset)
No output.
■ “dts” selections
Bitstream:
OFF:
dts bitstream is output. (Factory preset)
No output.
■ “DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)” selections
OFF: Normal audio range is selected. (Factory preset)
ON: For dynamic sound even at low volume, this is
useful for late-night listening. [Dolby Digital DVDs
only].
Type of amplifier
to be connected
Recommended setting
LPCM
(DVD)
No amplifier is connected OFF
Dolby
Digital
OFF
OFF
AV amplifier (with digital
audio input connector)
without Dolby Digital/dts
decoder
PCM*1
OFF*2
OFF*2
AV amplifier including
Dolby Digital decoder
PCM*1 Bitstream
dts
OFF
AV amplifier including
1
*3
Dolby Digital/dts decoder PCM* Bitstream Bitstream
• Make settings according to amplifier
connected to optical audio output as shown in
above table.
• When a dts decoder is not connected, to enjoy
dts DVD, please select audio output other than
dts on the dts DVD menu screen. Otherwise,
there will be no sound from the unit speakers.
*1 Audio output from unit is converted to 48
kHz/16 bit in addition to audio from digital
audio output.
To enjoy high quality sound at 48 kHz/20 bit /
24 bit or 96 kHz, connect the amplifier or
decoder directly to the audio output
connectors, not to the digital audio output
connector. [Select “OFF” at the “LPCM
(DVD)”.]
*2 When connecting an amplifier (with an
optical digital input connector) which does
not contain the Dolby Digital or dts decoder,
be sure to select “OFF”.
If “Bitstream” is selected, starting DVD play
may cause such a high level of noise as to be
harmful to your ears and damage the
speakers.
*3 When a dts decoder is connected, please
select “Bitstream” in “dts”. If “OFF” is
selected, there will be no sound.
Surround Sound creates the effect of sound coming from
non-existent rear speakers even when only connected to
Notes
a 2-channel stereo system.
OFF: No Surround Sound effect. (Factory preset)
• Turn off other surround effects when
ON: Surround Sound effect.
using this surround effect.
• For optimum effect, the distance between
the unit and the listener should be about
Press ACTION to redisplay DVD menu
3 or 4 times the distance between the
and go to step 2 to setup another item.
right and left front speakers.
4
Or, press ACTION three times to exit.
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For Your Information
■ “SURROUND” selections
Settings for DVD Operation (continued)
STILL MODE
Set to reduce jitter in a displayed still picture or a
motion picture.
Do steps 1 and 2 on page 48.
OPEN/CLOSE
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
TIM
ER
CH
VOL
VOL
+
CH
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
AUTO:
ENTER
“FIELD” (Field still) or “FRAME” (Frame still) is
automatically selected during the still mode.
(Factory preset)
FIELD: “FIELD” (Field still) is always selected.
This setting will reduce jitter when compared
with “AUTO” on some discs.
FRAME: “FRAME” (Frame still) is always selected.
Some texts and fine patterns will be seen clearly
when compared with “AUTO” on some discs.
FM/TV
UNE
1) Press
* to select
“STILL MODE.”
2) Press SET
repeatedly for mode.
(See below)
LIGHT
R-T
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I ELD
TV MODE
: Letterbox
SU R RO UND
1
2
*Important:
If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the DVD button on
the remote and try the button again.
SELECT
SET
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
3
SET
ACTION
Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.
Selecting TV MODE
Set the screen display style for widescreen video
material playback.
a
b
Do steps 1 and 2 on page 48.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I LED
TV MODE
: Letterbox
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
• Pan & Scan (Factory preset)
1) Press
to select
“TV MODE.”
2) Press SET
repeatedly for mode.
(See below.)
Pan & Scan : Widescreen video data is played in Pan
(Factory preset) & Scan style (left and right of screen is
trimmed.)
• Video data not formatted in Pan & Scan
will play in letterbox style.
Letterbox :
Widescreen video data is played in
Letterbox style (top and bottom of screen
has black margin).
c
Example
• Letterbox
Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.
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Language Code List
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “AUDIO”, “SUBTITLE” and/
or “MENUS” (see page 48).
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Afar
7079 Faroese
7678
Lingala
8375 Slovak
6566
Abkhazian
7082
French
7679
Laothian
8376 Slovenian
6570
Afrikaans
7089
Frisian
7684
Lithuanian
8377 Samoan
6577
Ameharic
7165
Irish
7686
Latvian, Lettish
8378 Shona
6582
Arabic
7168
Scots Gaelic
7771
Malagasy
8379 Somali
6583
Assamese
7176
Galician
7773
Maori
8381 Albanian
6588
Aymara
7178
Guarani
7775
Macedonian
8382 Serbian
6590
Azerbaijani
7185
Gujarati
7776
Malayalam
8385 Sundanese
6665
Bashkir
7265
Hausa
7778
Mongolian
8386 Swedish
6669
Byelorussian
7273
Hindi
7779
Moldavian
8387 Swahili
6671
Bulgarian
7282
Croatian
7782
Marathi
8465 Tamil
6672
Bihari
7285
Hungarian
7783
Malay
8469 Telugu
6678
Bengali;Bangla
7289
Armenian
7784
Maltese
8471 Tajik
6679
Tibetan
7365
Interlingua
7789
Burmese
8472 Thai
6682
Breton
7378
Indonesian
7865
Nauru
8473 Tigrinya
6765
Catalan
7383
Icelandic
7869
Nepali
8475 Turkmen
6779
Corsican
7384
Italian
7876
Dutch
8476 Tagalog
6783
Czech
7387
Hebrew
7879
Norwegian
8479 Tonga
6789
Welsh
7465
Japanese
7982
Oriya
8482 Turkish
6865
Danish
7473
Yiddish
8065
Panjabi
8484 Tatar
6869
German
7487
Javanese
8076
Polish
8487 Twi
6890
Bhutani
7565
Georgian
8083
Pashto, Pushto
8575 Ukrainian
6976
Greek
7575
Kazakh
8084
Portuguese
8582 Urdu
6978
English
7576
Greenlandic
8185
Quechua
8590 Uzbek
6979
Esperanto
7577
Cambodian
8277
Rhaeto-Romance
8673 Vietnamese
6983
Spanish
7578
Kannada
8279
Romanian
8679 Volapük
6984
Estonian
7579
Korean
8285
Russian
8779 Wolof
6985
Basque
7583
Kashmiri
8365
Sanskrit
8872 Xhosa
7065
Persian
7585
Kurdish
8368
Sindhi
8979 Yoruba
7073
Finnish
7589
Kirghiz
8372
Serbo-Croatian
9072 Chinese
7074
Fiji
7665
Latin
8373
Singhalese
9085 Zulu
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Before Requesting Service
Check the following points once again if you are having trouble with your unit.
Power
Correction
No power…
• Completely insert Power Plug into an AC outlet.
• Set POWER button to ON.
Power turns itself off...
• Auto power-off (shutoff) occurs after about 5 min. in DVD
mode with no operation, or if there is no broadcast signal in
TV mode. Turn the power back on. (P. 17, 28)
Monitor
Correction
No picture or sound...
• Make sure your antenna system (TV or CABLE), is
correctly set. (P. 10)
• Completely insert Power Plug into an AC outlet.
• Set POWER button to ON.
Poor picture with normal sound...
• Adjust BRIGHTNESS, SHARPNESS, and PICTURE
controls in the SET UP Video Adjustment. (P. 37)
Poor sound with normal picture...
• Adjust VOLUME control. (P. 18)
Poor TV reception...
• Adjust SHARPNESS and PICTURE controls in the SET UP
Video Adjustment. (P. 37)
No colour or poor colour...
• Adjust TINT and COLOR controls in the SET UP Video
Adjustment. (P. 37)
Ghost (multiple) images...
• Install a directional antenna.
TV programs cannot be watched...
• Make sure the selected channel is in unit’s memory. (P. 12)
Remote Control
Correction
Unit cannot be controlled...
•
•
•
•
Aim Remote directly at the remote sensor on the unit. (P. 9)
Avoid any object blocking signal path.
Inspect the remote batteries. (P. 4)
Exposing unit remote sensor to direct fluorescent or outdoor
light may cause signal interference.
ACTION, SELECT, SET, POWER,
etc. buttons cannot be selected...
•
•
•
•
Press FM/TV for TV mode. (P. 26)
Press DVD for DVD mode. (P. 26)
Press FM/TV for FM mode. (P. 26)
Check remote batteries.
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DVD/Video CD/CD
Correction
Play fails to start even when
PLAY is pressed...
• This unit cannot play discs other than DVDs, Video CDs and CDs.
• The disc may be dirty and require cleaning.
Play starts but then stops
immediately...
• Be sure disc is installed with label side up.
Picture is distorted during rapid
advance or rapid reverse...
• The picture will be somewhat distorted at times: this is normal.
No Forward/Reverse search
play...
• Some discs may have sections which prohibit Forward/Reverse
search. (P. 17)
Play does not start even when
title is selected...
• Confirm the “DVD LOCK” setting. (P. 47)
Audio soundtrack and/or
subtitle language is not the one
selected at the initial settings...
• If the audio soundtrack and/or subtitle language selected at DVD
initial settings does not exist on the disc, it will not be accessible.
No subtitles...
• Subtitles appear only when available on disc.
• Select “ON” at the “Changing subtitle language” section (P. 38) to
display subtitles.
Alternative audio soundtrack
(or subtitle) language cannot
be selected...
• Alternative language cannot be selected with discs which do not
contain more than one language.
• For some discs, alternative language cannot be selected with the
AUDIO or SUB TITLE button. Try selecting it from the DVD menu
if available.
Angle cannot be changed...
• This function is dependent on software availability. Even if disc
has multiple angles, they may be recorded for specific scenes
only (ANGLE Indicator on unit lights up). (P. 39)
Miscellaneous
Correction
The disc cannot be removed...
• First, unplug unit. Then, prepare a rigid wire (e.g. an extended
paper clip, etc.) and, applying moderate force, insert it straight
into the hole at the base of the tray. The tray will eject a little.
Now, pull the tray all the way out and remove the disc. (P. 6)
Warning and Instruction Displays
These displays will alert you of a missed operation or provide further instructions.
Page
PLEASE SET CLOCK
BEFORE TIMER SETTING
• If you attempt to set the On-Timer and
the Clock is not set...
12
PLEASE CHECK THE DISC, AND FOR
STAINS OR SCRATCHES ON DISC
• If you press PLAY, or the unit reads
data from a stained or scratched disc
in DVD mode. Also, if the type of disc is
other than DVD, Video CD or CD...
7
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For Your Information
Appears:
OSD
Limited Warranty
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
PANASONIC PRODUCT – LIMITED WARRANTY
Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in
material and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect for a
period as stated below from the date of original purchase.
COMBINATION TV / DVD:
21” and under Carry-in Service Only Two (2) years, parts (including Picture Tube) and labour
22” and over In-home Service
Two (2) years, parts (including Picture Tube) and labour
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not apply to products purchased outside Canada or to any product
which has been improperly installed, subjected to usage for which the product was not
designed, misused or abused, damaged during shipping, or which has been altered or
repaired in any way that affects the reliability or detracts from the performance, nor
does it cover any product which is used commercially. Dry cell batteries are also
excluded from coverage under this warranty.
This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser only.
A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase is required before
warranty service is performed.
THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY
SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, or the exclusion of implied warranties, so the
above limitations and exclusions may not be applicable.
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Servicentre List
WARRANTY SERVICE
For product operation and information assistance, please contact your Dealer or our
Customer Care Centre at:
Telephone #:
(905) 624-5505
Fax #:
(905) 238-2360
Web:
www.panasonic.ca
For product repairs, please contact one of the following:
• Your Dealer who will inform you of an authorized Servicentre nearest you.
• Our Customer Care Centre at (905) 624-5505 or www.panasonic.ca
• A Panasonic Factory Servicentre listed below:
Richmond, British Columbia
Calgary, Alberta
Mississauga, Ontario
Panasonic Canada Inc.
12111 Riverside Way
Richmond, BC V6W 1K8
Tel: (604) 278-4211
Fax: (604) 278-5627
Panasonic Canada Inc.
6835-8th St. N. E.
Calgary, AB T2E 7H7
Tel: (403) 295-3955
Fax: (403) 274-5493
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Dr.
Mississauga, ON L4W 2T3
Tel: (905) 624-8447
Fax: (905) 238-2418
Lachine, Québec
Panasonic Canada Inc.
3075, rue Louis A. Amos
Lachine, QC H8T 1C4
Tel: (514) 633-8684
Fax: (514) 633-8020
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE
Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original
carton. Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.
For Your Information
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Index
TV
A Accessories .................................................... 4
B
C
D
F
I
L
AC Power Plug ................................................ 9
ACTION button ......................................... 8, 12
ADD / DLT button ...................................... 8, 13
Audio Adjustment .......................................... 37
Audio Auto Gain Control (AGC) .................... 36
AUDIO button ............................................ 8, 19
Audio Connections .................................. 14, 15
Audio Features ....................................... 36, 37
Audio Menu .................................................... 36
Audio Mode for TV Viewing ........................... 19
Audio Mute ..................................................... 18
Audio / Video Input connector (LINE) ............. 9
Audio Output Connector (L/R) ........................ 9
Auto Operation Functions ............................. 28
Batteries .......................................................... 4
Before Requesting Service ..................... 52, 53
Before Using .................................................... 4
Blocking Message ......................................... 35
Blue Screen Display ...................................... 23
Broadcast Types .......................................... 19
Cable Box Brand Code Number ................... 27
Cable Box Universal Remote Control Feature . 26
Canadian English Language Ratings ........... 33
Canadian French Language Ratings ........... 34
Caption On Mute ........................................... 21
Channel ....................................... 10, 12, 13, 23
CHANNEL UP / DOWN button ................. 8, 18
Clock ............................................................. 12
Closed Caption ........................................ 20, 21
Code Numbers, DSS / Cable Box Brand ..... 27
Connections .................................................. 10
Connections, Audio ................................. 14, 15
Connections, DSS / Cable Box ..................... 10
Connections, Ant./Cable ............................... 10
DISPLAY / ENTER button ................... 8, 23, 26
DSS Brand Code Number ............................ 27
DSS CABLE button ................................... 8, 26
DSS / Cable Box Connections ...................... 10
DST (Daylight Saving Time) ......................... 11
FM Radio ................................................ 24, 25
FM/TV button .................................... 8, 24 ~ 26
Front Panel Indicators ..................................... 9
Important Safeguards and Precautions ......... 2
Information (Unit, Disc) ............................... 6, 7
Initial Setup .................................................... 10
Indicators on the Front Panel ......................... 9
Input Mode ..................................................... 28
Language ................................................. 10, 12
LIGHT button ................................................... 8
Location of Controls .................................... 8, 9
M MTS Broadcast / TV Stereo System ............ 19
MUTE button ............................................. 8, 18
N NUMBER keys ............................................... 8, 18
O 100 Key ......................................................... 18
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
On-Screen Displays (OSD) ......................... 23
ON-TIMER Indicator ................................. 9, 22
ON-TIMER with Alarm .................................. 22
Outdoor Antenna Connections ..................... 10
Phones .......................................................... 18
POWER button .......................................... 8, 10
Quality Picture ................................................. 4
Rapid Tune .................................................... 18
R-TUNE button ......................................... 8, 18
Remote Control Buttons ................................. 8
Remote Sensor ............................................... 9
Remote Warning Feature ............................. 28
Reset Language, Channels, Clock ........ 12, 13
Reset unit ..................................................... 11
Safety Precautions .......................................... 3
Secret Code .................................................. 30
SELECT / SET button ............................... 8, 12
Servicentre List ............................................. 55
Sleep Timer ................................................... 22
SLEEP TIMER Indicator .......................... 9, 22
Specifications .................................................. 6
SURROUND button .................................. 8, 29
Surround Sound ............................................ 29
S-Video Input connector ................................ 9
Table of Contents ............................................ 5
Time Zone Adjust .......................................... 13
TV Operation ................................................. 18
TV Timer Features ........................................ 22
TV Status & Clock Display ........................... 23
Unit, Front/Rear view ...................................... 9
Universal Remote Control ............................ 26
US MOVIES Ratings ..................................... 31
US TV PROGRAMS Ratings ........................ 32
Video Adjustment .......................................... 37
Video / Audio Menu ...................................... 36
Video / Audio Adjust ..................................... 37
Video Menu .................................................... 36
V-Chip Control Feature ......................... 30 ~ 35
VHF / UHF Antenna Input Terminal ............... 9
VOLUME UP / DOWN button ................... 8, 18
Warning and Instruction Displays ................ 53
Warranty ....................................................... 55
Weak Signal Display Feature ....................... 28
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DVD
A ANGLE button ........................................... 8, 39
B
C
D
F
K
L
M
O
P
S Settings for DVD Operation .................. 48 ~ 50
I / I button .......................... 8, 16, 17
SKIP
Slow Motion (DVD/Video CD) .......................
SLOW
/
button ............................... 8,
STILL MODE .................................................
Still (Pause) Picture .......................................
Subtitle language (DVD) ...............................
T TV MODE ......................................................
Title menu (DVD) ..........................................
U Unit information screen (Unit) .......................
Z ZOOM button ............................................ 8,
17
17
50
17
38
50
40
45
39
For Your Information
R
ANGLE Indicator ....................................... 9, 39
Auto-Power Off function ............................... 17
AUDIO button ............................... 8, 19, 25, 38
AUDIO OUTPUT .......................................... 49
Audio soundtrack language (DVD) .............. 38
Basic DVD Operation .................................... 16
CLEAR button ................................... 8, 41 ~ 43
Definition of terms ........................................... 7
Disc Audio Attribute 1 Type, Sampling
Frequency, Bit No. ................................... 38
Disc format ...................................................... 7
Disc handling ................................................... 7
Disc Information Screen ............................... 44
DISC LANGUAGES (DVD) .......................... 48
Disc Operation ...................................... 38 ~ 42
Disc Tray ............................................... 7, 9, 16
DISPLAY ............................................... 43 ~ 45
DISPLAY button ........................................ 8, 43
DVD button ................................................ 8, 16
DVD Lock Feature (DVD) ............................ 47
DVD Lock Ratings (DVD) ............................. 47
DVD menu (DVD) ......................................... 40
DVD Operation using On-Screen ........ 43 ~ 45
DVD Volume Adjust ...................................... 29
FF button ................................................... 8, 16
Foward / Reverse Chapter / Track skip ...... 17
Foward / Reverse rapid scene search ........ 17
Frame by Frame picture (DVD/Video CD) .. 17
Karaoke (DVD/Video CD) ............................. 39
Language Code List ...................................... 51
MENU button ............................................. 8, 40
MP3 Playback Operation ............................. 46
Multiple angle viewing (DVD) ........................ 39
OPEN / CLOSE button .............................. 8, 16
Optical digital audio output connector ...... 9, 15
PAUSE button ........................................... 8, 17
Picture Zoom (DVD) ..................................... 39
Play ................................................................ 16
Playback control (Video CDs) ...................... 17
PLAY button ............................................... 8, 16
Program Play (Video CD/CD) ....................... 41
Program Repeat Play (Video CD/CD) .......... 41
Random Play (Video CD/CD) ....................... 42
Region number ................................................ 3
Repeat Play ................................................... 45
RESUME function ......................................... 17
RETURN button ........................................ 8, 16
REW button ............................................... 8, 16
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For Your Information
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LSQT0587A
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
(905) 624-5010
www.panasonic.ca
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Montréal:
3075 Louis A. Amos, Lachine, Québec H8T 1C4 (514) 633-8684
Toronto:
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 (905) 238-2181
Calgary:
6835 - 8th Street N.E., Calgary, Alberta T2E 7H7 (403) 295-3922
Vancouver:
12111 Riverside Way, Richmond, BC V6W 1K8 (604) 278-4211
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K
Printed in U.S.A.
LSQT0587A
S0402-0
Réglage initial
Combiné télé/DVD
Manuel d’utilisation
Modèle
PV-27DF62-K
Fonctionnement Fonctionnement du
téléviseur
du DVD
Fonctions avancées
• Les instructions concernant le réglage initial et les raccordements
se trouvent aux pages 10 à 15.
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Autres fonctions
Nous vous recommandons de lire attentivement ces instructions avant de brancher,
d’utiliser ou de régler l’appareil et de les conserver pour référence ultérieure.
LSQT0591A
À titre de partenaire du programme ENERGY STAR, Panasonic assure
que cet appareil, ou ce modèle, satisfait aux normes d’efficacité
énergétique du programme.
Importantes mesures de sécurité
Pour votre sécurité, lire et conserver les mesures de
sécurité et le manuel d’utilisation. Tenir compte
également de toutes les mises en garde indiquées dans
le manuel et inscrites sur l’appareil.
Installation d’une antenne extérieure
1 Raccordement sécuritaire à une antenne ou à la câblodistribution
Si l’appareil doit être raccordé à une antenne extérieure ou à la
câblodistribution, s’assurer que
l’antenne ou le câble soit raccordé
à la terre afin de protéger
l’appareil contre les surtensions
et des décharges d’électricité
statique. La partie 1 du Code
canadien de l’électricité contient les
informations concernant la mise à la terre des
mâts d’antenne et de leurs structures, celle du fil de descente à un
parafoudre, le calibre des conducteurs de mise à la terre,
l’emplacement du parafoudre, le raccordement et les exigences
requises pour les électrodes de terre.
2 Éloigner l’antenne des lignes et des circuits à haute tension
Installer toute antenne extérieure à l’abri des lignes à haute
tension, circuit d’éclairage ou lignes d’alimentation au cas où
elle viendrait à tomber. Lors de cette installation, tout contact
avec les lignes et circuits à haute tension, ou toute source
d’alimentation électrique, pourrait être fatal. Du fait de ces
risques, l’installation d’une antenne devrait être confiée à un
électricien.
Utilisation de l’appareil
Après rangement ou lors du déplacement de l’appareil, consulter
la section Installation de ces mesures de sécurité.
1 Éloigner l’appareil de toute source d’humidité et le protéger de l’eau.
2 Si l’appareil a été exposé à la pluie, l’humidité ou a subi
un choc violent, le débrancher et le faire vérifier par un
technicien qualifié avant de l’utiliser.
3 En cas d’orage
Pendant un orage ou si l’appareil n’est pas utilisé pendant une
période prolongée, débrancher tout équipement des prises de
courant ainsi que l’antenne ou le câble.
4 Avec l’appareil branché
• Ne jamais exposer l’appareil à la pluie et le protéger de
l’eau. NE PAS UTILISER l’appareil si un liquide a été
répandu à l’intérieur. Le débrancher immédiatement et le
faire vérifier par un technicien qualifié. Le déversement
de liquide à l’intérieur de l’appareil peut causer des chocs
électriques et constitue un risque d’incendie.
• Ne jamais insérer ou laisser tomber des objets à l’intérieur
de l’appareil. Certaines pièces internes sont porteuses de
hautes tensions et peuvent donc causer des chocs
électriques ou provoquer des incendies.
• Éloigner l’appareil de tout champ magnétique (aimants).
5 Utilisation des accessoires
N’utiliser que les accessoires recommandés par le manufacturier afin
d’éviter tout risque d’incendie, de chocs électriques ou autre danger.
6 Nettoyage de l’appareil
Débrancher l’appareil. Utiliser un chiffon doux, sec et propre
pour nettoyer l’appareil. NE PAS utiliser de produits
nettoyants, de vaporisateurs ou toute autre méthode qui
pourrait entraîner la pénétration de liquides à l’intérieur de
l’appareil causant ainsi des risques de chocs électriques.
Toute substance comme la cire ou du ruban adhésif risque
d’endommager le fini du boîtier. Les éléments internes
peuvent être endommagés par un environnement graisseux,
humide ou poussiéreux.
Installation
1 Mise en garde – Alimentation
N’alimenter l’appareil que sur le type de courant
indiqué dans ce manuel ou sur l’appareil. Dans le
doute, consulter un détaillant ou la compagnie
d’électricité.
2 Fiche polarisée ou avec retour à la terre
Par mesure de sécurité, cet appareil est muni soit
d’une fiche polarisée (branches de largeur différente)
ou d’une fiche à trois branches. Tenir la prise
fermement et ne pas brancher ou débrancher les
mains mouillées.
Mise en garde – Fiche polarisée:
Cette fiche ne peut être insérée dans une prise que
dans un sens. Si elle ne peut être entièrement insérée,
essayer l’autre sens. Si elle ne peut être insérée dans
aucun des deux sens, consulter un électricien pour faire
modifier l’installation électrique. Ne pas contourner
cette mesure de sécurité en modifiant la fiche.
Fiche avec retour à la terre:
Cette fiche ne peut être insérée que dans une prise
avec retour à la terre (prise à trois trous). Si cela
s’avérait nécessaire, consulter un électricien pour
installer une prise adéquate. Ne pas contourner cette
mesure de sécurité en modifiant la fiche.
3 Cordon d’alimentation
Placer le cordon dans un endroit où il ne risque pas
d’être écrasé ou étiré. Si une rallonge devenait
nécessaire, s’assurer qu’elle comporte une fiche
polarisée ou une fiche avec retour à la terre et que le
raccordement puisse se faire de manière sécuritaire.
Toute prise, fiche ou cordon endommagés doivent
être remplacés par un électricien qualifié. Les prises
murales surchargées et les rallonges peuvent être
cause d’incendie ou de chocs électriques.
4 Ne pas bloquer les évents d’aération
Les évents d’aération du boîtier assurent l’évacuation
de la chaleur produite par le fonctionnement de
l’appareil. Le blocage des évents peut entraîner une
surchauffe et un risque d’incendie ou de dommage
aux disques. Pour plus de protection:
a. Ne jamais placer cet appareil sur un lit, divan ou
tapis, ni recouvrir les évents pendant l’utilisation
de l’appareil.
b. Éviter d’encastrer l’appareil dans une étagère ou
une unité murale à moins d’assurer une
ventilation adéquate.
5 Éviter les pièces surchauffées ou les
changements soudains de température
Ne jamais installer l’appareil sur un radiateur ou une
bouche de chaleur, l’exposer aux rayons directs du
soleil, dans une voiture fermée ou le soumettre à des
variations soudaines de température. Si l’appareil est
soumis à une hausse soudaine de température
ambiante, il peut y avoir formation d’humidité à
Entretien
l’intérieur, ce qui est susceptible d’endommager
1 Ne pas tenter de réparer l’appareil soi-même
l’appareil.
Si, après avoir suivi attentivement les instructions du manuel,
6 Afin de prévenir tout accident
l’appareil ne fonctionne pas adéquatement, ne pas ouvrir ses
• Ne pas placer l’appareil sur une surface inclinée.
couvercles ni essayer de faire des réglages qui ne sont pas
• N’utiliser que des supports fermes et de niveau.
décrits dans le manuel. Débrancher l’appareil et contacter un
• Déplacer avec précaution toute
technicien
qualifié.
table roulante portant un appareil.
2 Remplacement de pièces
Afin de ne pas renverser
S’assurer que le technicien n’utilise que des pièces
l’appareil et la table roulante,
recommandées par le manufacturier ou ayant des
éviter les arrêts et les
caractéristiques
identiques. Toute autre substitution peut
déplacements brusques ainsi
provoquer un risque d’incendie ou de chocs électriques.
que les surfaces inégales.
3 Demander au technicien d’effectuer des vérifications de
• Pour un bon fonctionnement de
sécurité
l’appareil ou lors de son raccordement à d’autres
Après tout entretien ou service, demander au technicien
appareils, suivre attentivement les
d’effectuer des vérifications de sécurité comme mentionné
recommandations du manuel d’utilisation et
dans le manuel de service du fabricant afin de confirmer le
n’utiliser que les accessoires recommandés par le
fonctionnement normal de l’appareil.
manufacturier.
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Mesures de sécurité
Avertissement: Afin de prévenir tout risque d’incendie ou de chocs électriques, ne pas
Attention:
exposer cet appareil à la pluie ou à une humidité excessive.
Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche
dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
Cet appareil permet I’affichage des sous-titres.
ATTENTION:
ATTENTION:
CET APPAREIL EST UN PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE I. TOUTEFOIS,
CET APPAREIL UTILISE UN FAISCEAU LASER VISIBLE, LEQUEL
PEUT CAUSER DES RADIATIONS DANGEREUSES.
SE CONFORMER AUX INSTRUCTIONS DU PRÉSENT MANUEL.
LORSQUE CET APPAREIL EST BRANCHÉ SUR LE SECTEUR, NE
PAS APPROCHER LES YEUX DE L’OUVERTURE DU PLATEAU DU
DISQUE NI DES AUTRES OUVERTURES POUR REGARDER À
L’INTÉRIEUR DE L’APPAREIL.
L’UTILISATION DE COMMANDES OU LE RECOURS À DES
RÉGLAGES AUTRES QUE CEUX INDIQUÉS DANS CE MANUEL
PEUVENT PRÉSENTER DES RISQUES D’EXPOSITION À DES
RADIATIONS.
NE PAS OUVRIR LE BOîTIER. TOUTE RÉPARATION DOIT ÊTRE
FAITE PAR UN PERSONNEL QUALIFIÉ ET NON PAR L’USAGER.
RAYONNEMENT LASER
EN CAS D’OUVERTURE.
NE PAS REGARDER
DANS LE FAISCEAU.
(Intérieur du produit)
Cet appareil comporte un tube à rayons cathodiques (écran cathodique) et d’autres pièces
contenant du plomb. L’élimination de ces matériaux peut être réglementée dans votre
communauté en raison de considérations environnementales. Pour des informations sur
l’élimination ou le recyclage de ces matériaux, communiquez avec les autorités locales ou
le ministère de l’environnement de votre province.
Voir aussi le site de Environnement Canada : http://www.ec.gc.ca/wastes_f.html
Le symbole de l’éclair dans un triangle
équilatéral indique la présence d’une tension
suffisamment élevée pour engendrer un risque
de chocs électriques. Il est dangereux de
toucher à une pièce interne de l’appareil.
Le point d’exclamation dans un triangle
équilatéral indique que le manuel d’utilisation
inclus avec l’appareil contient d’importantes
recommandations quant au fonctionnement et
à l’entretien de ce dernier. Il faut donc le lire
attentivement.
Information sur la gestion des régions
Information sur la gestion des régions :
Cet appareil est conçu et fabriqué de façon à répondre
à l’information de gestion de région enregistrée sur les
disques DVD. Si le numéro de région du DVD ne
correspond pas au numéro de région de cet appareil,
le disque ne pourra pas être lu sur l’appareil.
Le numéro de région
de cet appareil est 1.
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Avant l’utilisation
Félicitations
Insertion des piles
Vous avez arrêté votre choix sur l’un des produits
les plus perfectionnés et les plus fiables sur le
marché. Utilisé correctement, il ne manquera pas
de procurer à vous et à votre famille des années
de plaisir. Veuillez prendre le temps de remplir
l’encadré ci-dessous. Le numéro de série est
inscrit sur l’étiquette apposée sur le panneau
arrière de l’appareil.
Avertissement
Date d’achat
Détaillant
Adresse du détaillant
N° de téléphone du détaillant
N° de modèle
PV-27DF62-K
N° de série
• Ne pas utiliser une pile neuve avec une pile
usagée.
• Ne pas utiliser une pile alcaline avec une pile
au manganèse.
Contrôle de la qualité de l’image
Tube image plat
Ce combiné comporte un tube image plat.
Accessoires
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
Télécommande
LSSQ0346
LIGHT
TIM
ER
CH
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
R-T
UNE
+
CH
Deux piles “AA”
Ce produit intègre une technologie anti-piratage
qui dépend de certains brevets américains ou
d’autres droits de propritété intellectuelle
possédés par Macrovision Corporation et les
autres ayants droit. L’utilisation de cette
technologie protégée doit être autorisée par
Macrovision Corporation, et doit se faire, sauf
exception officielle fournie par Macrovision
Corporation, dans le cadre domestique ou privé
d’un visionnement. Toute rétro-ingénierie ou tout
démontage est interdit.
SET
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
Cet appareil est breveté aux États-Unis sous les
références 4 631 603, 4 577 216 et 4 819 098.
Licence accordée pour utilisation privée
seulement.
ENTER
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
SLOW/SEARCH
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Table des matières
Réglage initial
Importantes mesures de sécurité ................................................ 2, 3
Avant I’utilisation .............................................................................. 4
Informations (Appareil, disque) ................................................... 6, 7
Emplacement des commandes ................................................... 8, 9
Raccordements / Réglage initial ............................................. 10, 11
Modification des réglages de la langue, des canaux,
de l’horloge et du fuseau horaire ............................................ 12, 13
Raccordements audio ............................................................. 14, 15
Utilisation de base du DVD ..................................................... 16, 17
Fonctionnement du téléviseur
Téléviseur
Visionnement ................................................................................. 18
Réception d’émissions multivoie / réception stéréo ..................... 19
Affichage des sous-titres .......................................................... 20, 21
Minuterie du téléviseur .................................................................. 22
Affichages à l’écran ....................................................................... 23
Radio FM .................................................................................. 24, 25
Fonctionnement Fonctionnement du
téléviseur
du DVD
Fonctionnement du DVD
DVD
Réglage initial
Téléviseur
Fonctions avancées
DVD
Contrôle du câblosélecteur avec la télécommande multimarque .... 26, 27
Caractéristiques spéciales ...................................................... 28, 29
Discrétion parentale .............................................................. 30 - 35
Menu vidéo / audio ........................................................................ 36
Réglage vidéo / audio ................................................................... 37
Utilisation du disque .............................................................. 38 - 42
Fonctionnement du lecteur DVD à partir
des affichages à l’écran ...................................................... 43 - 45
Lecture de fichiers MP3 ................................................................. 46
Fonction de verrouillage du DVD .................................................. 47
Fonctions avancées
Téléviseur
Téléviseur
DVD
Autres fonctions
Autres fonctions
Guide de dépannage ............................................................... 52, 53
Avertissements et directives .......................................................... 53
Garantie .......................................................................................... 54
Liste des centres de service .......................................................... 55
Index ......................................................................................... 56, 57
Réglages initiaux du DVD ..................................................... 48 - 50
Liste des codes de langue ............................................................. 51
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Informations (Appareil, disque)
Spécifications
Affichage
Tube image:
Bloc d’accord
Canaux télévisés:
Canaux câblodistribués:
Radio FM
Gamme de fréquence:
Divers
Alimentation:
Consommation:
Système de télédiffusion:
Haut-parleur:
Température de
fonctionnement:
Humidité de
fonctionnement:
Poids (approx.):
Dimensions (approx.):
(L x H x P)
Disques lus:
(1) Disque DVD-Vidéo
(2) Disque compact
(CD-DA, CD-Vidéo)
Sortie audio numérique:
Sortie numérique optique:
Capteur:
Longueur d’onde:
Tube image plat de 68,58 cm (27 po), mesuré en diagonale
VHF 2 à 13, UHF 14 à 69
Bande moyenne “A” à “I” (14 à 22)
Bande supérieure “J” à “W” (23 à 36)
Bande hyper “AA” à “EEE” (37 à 64)
Bande inférieure “A5” à “A1” (95 à 99)
Canal spécial 5 A (01)
Ultrabande 65 à 94, 100 à 125
87,5 à 108,1 MHz
120 V c.a., 60 Hz
Environ 146 watts (En contact)
Environ 3,5 watts (Hors contact)
EIA standard, signal couleur
NTSC
2 éléments (5,0 W X 2)
5 °C à 35 °C (41 °F à 95 °F)
10 % à 75 %
47 kg (103,4 lb)
760 mm x 651 mm x 503 mm
29 15/16 po x 25 5/8 po x 19 13/16 po
12 cm (5 po) un côté, une couche
12 cm (5 po) un côté, deux couches
12 cm (5 po) deux côtés, deux couches (une couche par côté)
8 cm (3 po) un côté, une couche
8 cm (3 po) un côté, deux couches
8 cm (3 po) deux côtés, deux couches (une couche par côté)
Disque de 12 cm (5 po)
Disque de 8 cm (3 po)
Connecteur optique
655 nm (DVD)
790 nm (CD-Vidéo/CD)
Puissance de laser: CLASS II
Nota: Les caractéristiques et données techniques peuvent être modifiées sans préavis.
Si le disque ne peut être éjecté
Débrancher d’abord le combiné. Ensuite, préparer un fil
rigide (par exemple un trombone déplié) et, en
appuyant doucement, l’insérer dans le trou à la base du
plateau. Le plateau sort légèrement. Maintenant, tirer le
plateau complètement et enlever le disque.
Plus de 2 pouces
de long
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Formats de disques supportés par l’appareil
DVD
Disque de 8 cm (3 po)/Disque de 12 cm (5 po)
CD-Vidéo
Disque de 8 cm (3 po)/Disque de 12 cm (5 po)
CD
Disque de 8 cm (3 po)/Disque de 12 cm (5 po)
Disques qui ne peuvent être lus sur cet
appareil.
• DVD avec n° de région autre que “1” ou “ALL”
• DVD au format PAL
• DVD-ROM
• DVD-R/DVD-RAM
• CD-ROM
• CDV
• CD-G
• Ne pas tenter de lire des CD photo.
est une marque déposée.
Définition des termes
Angle
Certains DVD contiennent des scènes qui ont été enregistrées
simultanément sous plusieurs angles. Avec ces disques, la
même scène pourra être visionnée sous un angle différent à
l’aide de la touche d’angle (ANGLE). (Le voyant ANGLE
s’allume sur le combiné lorsqu’une scène enregistrée sous
plusieurs angles est détectée.)
Maniement des disques et entretien
Précautions de maniement
• Tenir le disque par les bords de façon à ne pas
laisser de marques de doigt sur la surface.
Les marques de doigt, la saleté et les
rayures peuvent provoquer des
sauts de lecture et de la
distorsion.
• Ne pas écrire sur le côté
portant l’étiquette.
• Ne pas utiliser de vaporisateurs de nettoyage pour
disques, benzène, diluant, liquide
antistatique ni aucun autre
solvant.
• Faire attention de ne pas faire
tomber ni plier le disque.
• Ne pas mettre plus d’un
disque dans le plateau du disque.
• Ne pas essayer de refermer le plateau du disque
si le disque n’est pas installé correctement.
• Bien ranger le disque dans son étui quand il n’est
pas utilisé.
Réglage initial
Tous les disques portant les étiquettes suivantes
pourront être lus :
Plateau du disque
Disque
Numéro de chapitre
Ces numéros sont enregistrés sur les disques DVD. Un titre
est subdivisé en plusieurs sections, chacune ayant un numéro,
et il est possible de repérer rapidement des passages
spécifiques d’une présentation vidéo à l’aide de ces numéros.
DVD
Ce terme représente un disque optique à haute densité sur
lequel des images et des sons de haute qualité ont été
enregistrés à l’aide de signaux numériques. Les DVD, qui
incorporent une nouvelle technologie de compression vidéo
(MPEG ll) et une technologie d’enregistrement à haute
densité, permettent de longs enregistrements d’images
cinématographiques (par exemple un film entier) d’une
grande qualité esthétique.
Si la surface du disque est sale
L’essuyer délicatement avec un chiffon doux et
humide (eau seulement). Pour essuyer les disques,
toujours déplacer le chiffon de l’orifice central vers le
bord extérieur. (Si les disques sont essuyés suivant
un mouvement circulaire, cela risque de provoquer
des rayures circulaires qui engendreront des
parasites.)
Commande de lecture
Elle est enregistrée sur un CD-Vidéo (version 2.0).
Les scènes ou I’information à visionner (ou à écouter)
peuvent être sélectionnées interactivement sur l‘écran du
téléviseur en regardant le menu affiché sur cet écran.
Sous-titres
Ce sont les lignes imprimées qui apparaissent au bas de l’écran.
Chiffres de durée
Ils représentent la durée de lecture qui s’est écoulée
depuis le début d’un disque ou d’un titre. Ils permettent
également de repérer rapidement une scène spécifique.
(Ils ne fonctionnent pas avec tous les disques.)
Numéro de titre
Ces numéros sont enregistrés sur les disques DVD. Si un
disque renferme deux films ou plus, ces films sont numérotés
titre 1, titre 2, etc.
Numéro de plage
Ce sont des numéros attribués aux plages et qui sont
enregistrés sur les CD-Vidéo et les CD audio. Ils
permettent de repérer rapidement des plages spécifiques.
Si le disque est amené d’un environnement
froid à une pièce chaude, de l’humidité risque
de se former sur le disque
Essuyer l’humidité avec un chiffon doux, sec et sans
peluche avant d’utiliser le disque. (Voir ci-dessus.)
Afin de prévenir les risques de dommages, ne
pas ranger ou laisser les disques dans un
endroit
• exposé aux rayons solaires directs ;
• humide ou poussiéreux ;
• près d’une source de chaleur.
CD-Vidéo
Ces disques renferment des images et des sons d’une
qualité équivalente à celle d’une bande vidéo. Ce lecteur
supporte également les CD-Vidéo dotés de la commande
de lecture (version 2.0).
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Emplacement des commandes
Télécommande universelle éclairée, à station verticale (Light Tower®)
Ouverture/Fermeture
Mode DVD
Le plateau du disque s’ouvre ou se
ferme selon le cas.
Pour passer au mode DVD.
Interrupteur
Voir ci-dessous.
Éclairage
Mise en/hors marche de l’appareil.
Récepteur DSS/câblosélecteur
FM/Télé
Programmer la télécommande pour
commander certaines fonctions de base
des récepteurs DSS et des câblosélecteurs.
Pour passer au mode télé.
Réception radio dans la bande FM.
OPEN/CLOSE
Réglage silencieux
Minuterie
LIGHT
Permet la programmation de l’enregistrement
différé et de la minuterie de mise sous
tension automatique.
Coupure instantanée du son.
Changement de canal
FM/TV
Sélection d’un canal.
DVD
10
TE
MU
Ambiophonique
DSS
CABLE
TIM
ER
Commande de volume
Réglage du volume.
CH
VOL
VOL
CH
UNE
+
R-T
SUR RO UND
Un effet ambiophonique tridimensionnel
plus profond est possible.
Touches numériques
Syntonisation rapide
Affichage du dernier canal syntonisé.
Ajout/Effacement
Syntonisation directe d’un canal.
Ajout ou effacement d’un canal.
Pour annuler une rubrique à l’écran.
Angle
Pour la sélection de l’angle de
vision désiré en mode DVD.
AUDIO
Pour la sélection du mode audio désiré.
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
Audio
CLEAR
Sous-titres
ADD/DLT
Titre
Permet la sélection du titre au moyen
de son numéro sur certains DVD.
Sélection
SET
ACTION
Pour naviguer dans le menu
affiché à l’écran.
Action
RETURN
SKIP
PLAY
SKIP+
PAUSE
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
Affichage du menu principal.
Sélection d’une langue de sous-titres.
Affichage/Entrée
Affichage de l’état du téléviseur et de
l’heure du jour. En mode DVD, affichage
d’informations sur le disque et l'appareil.
En mode récepteur DSS ou câblosélecteur,
cette touche peut être nécessaire après la
syntonisation d’un canal.
Menu
Affichage du menu du disque DVD.
Retour
Retour au menu DVD.
Saut
Réglage
Permet d’effectuer les réglages dans
le menu séléctionné.
Saut de chapitre ou de plage.
Passage à l’écran suivant.
Saut
Zoom
Saut arrière d’un chapitre ou d’une
plage. Retour au menu précédent.
Pour agrandir des sections
spécifiques d’une image d’un DVD.
Pause
Arrêt
Pause à la lecture et défilement
image par image en mode arrêt
sur image.
Arrêt de l’enregistrement ou de la
lecture en cours.
Ralenti/Recherche
Lecture
Visionnement au ralenti en mode arrêt
sur image. Avance et recul rapides pour
repérage d’une scène en mode lecture.
Amorce la lecture.
Nota
Touche d’éclairage:
Suite à une pression sur cette touche, les autres touches (FM/TV, DVD, DSS/CABLE,
/ , VOL +/-) s’allument pendant 5 secondes pour faciliter l’opération. Si aucune
CH
touche n’est pressée dans un délai de 5 secondes, l’éclairage s’éteint pour conserver
l’énergie des piles.
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Panneau avant de l’appareil
Réglage initial
Prise de
casque d’écoute
Indicateur de
minuterie-sommeil
Pour brancher des écouteurs
ou un casque d’écoute.
S’allume lors du réglage
de la minuterie-sommeil.
Bornes d’entrée
audio/vidéo 2 (LIGNE 2)
Indicateur de minuterie
S’allume lorsque la minuterie
est en fonction.
Pour le raccordement à un
autre appareil.
Indicateur d’angle
Borne d’entrée S-vidéo
Pour le raccordement à un
autre appareil avec S-vidéo.
Interrupteur (p. 8)
Volume (p. 8)
Changement de canal (p. 8)
Pause (p. 8)
Arrêt (p. 8)
Saut
(p. 8)
S’allume lorsqu’une scène
enregistrée sous
plusieurs angles de prise
de vue est détectée.
Capteur de signal de la
télécommande
Orienter la télécommande
vers cet endroit.
Ouverture/Fermeture (p. 8)
Saut
| (p. 8)
Lecture (p. 8)
Plateau du disque
|
Placer le disque sur le plateau.
Panneau arrière
Prise d’alimentation c.a.
Une fois l’appareil branché sur le secteur, sa
consommation d’énergie sera de 3,5 W (avec le
contact coupé).
Prise de sortie audio optique numérique
Raccorder à un décodeur Dolby Digital ou dts.
Pour plus de détails, voir à la page 15.
Prise de sortie audio/vidéo
Raccorder aux autres appareils.
Prise d’antenne VHF/UHF
Entrée de l’antenne/câblodistribution.
Borne d’entrée S-vidéo
Pour le raccordement à un
autre appareil avec S-vidéo.
Bornes d’entrée
audio/vidéo 1 (LIGNE 1)
Pour le raccordement à un autre appareil.
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Réglage initial (Prêt pour la lecture)
S'assurer d'effectuer tous les raccordements avant de mettre l'appareil
sous tension.
Raccordements
Antenne/Câblodistribution
Brancher le câble en provenance
de l’antenne ou de la
câblodistribution à la borne VHF/
UHF de l’appareil.
Entrée de l’antenne/
câblodistribution
VHF/UHF
Appareil
VHF/UHF
Câblosélecteur/Récepteur DSS
Au moyen d’un câble RF, relier la
prise OUT du câblosélecteur à la
borne VHF/UHF de l’appareil.
Câblosélecteur
AVERTISSEMENT:
Si les câbles RF coaxiaux utilisés sont de
type à écrou, ne serrer les écrous qu’à la
main. Les serrer trop pourrait
endommager les bornes.
VHF/UHF
VHF/UHF
Entrée de l’antenne/
câblodistribution
Réglage initial (Prêt pour la lecture)
1
2
Brancher le cordon
d’alimentation dans une prise.
Appuyer sur POWER* sur la
télécommande ou l’appareil.
L’appareil se met en contact et le
réglage automatique des canaux
et de l’horloge s’amorce.
3
Le réglage se fait
automatiquement. Une fois le
réglage terminé, l’écran cidessous apparaît.
2 / 6 / 2002 WEDDST
12 :: ON
00PM
SETT I NG : CH 1 0
AUTO CLOCK SET
COMPLETED
CH AUTO SET PROCEEDING
• Lors de l’utilisation d’un câblosélecteur, le
mettre en contact et syntoniser le canal
PBS. Si un récepteur DSS est utilisé, il doit
être mis hors contact.
Si l’écran AUTO CLOCK SET IS
INCOMPLETE apparaît, l’horloge
doit être réglée manuellement
selon la marche à suivre décrite à
la page suivante.
AUTO CLOCK SET
I S I NCOMPLETE
AUTO CLOCK SET
PLEASE SET CLOCK BY
PRESS I NG ACT I ON KEY
PROCEEDING
CANCEL : PRESS STOP KEY
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Durant le réglage initial, l’affichage est
en anglais seulement. Changer la
langue une fois le réglage initial
complété. (Voir à la page 12 pour
modifier le réglage de la langue.)
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*Important: Si une touche de la télécommande ne fonctionne pas, appuyer sur la touche FM/TV
de la télécommande et essayer à nouveau.
Réglage manuel de l’horloge
Réglage initial
Si le réglage automatique de l’horloge n’a pas
fonctionné, régler de la manière suivante:
OPEN/CLOSE
Interrupteur
FM/TV
DSS
CABLE
DVD
10
TE
MU
1
LIGHT
TIM
ER
CH
AUDIO
ANGLE
R-T
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
MENU
CLEAR
ADD/DLT
Sélection
Réglage
UNE
+
CH
2
Appuyer sur
pour
sélectionner le
mois et appuyer
sur SET pour
régler. Régler la
date, l’année,
l’heure et l’heure
avancée (HR
ETE) de la même
façon.
3
Appuyer deux fois sur ACTION pour
mettre l’horloge en marche et quitter.
ENTER
SU R RO UND
VOL
VOL
SET
Action
ACTION
SKIP
PAUSE
RETURN
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
SLOW/SEARCH
Heure avancée (heure d’été)
Ce combiné permet le réglage automatique
de l’horloge à l’heure avancée.
■ Au printemps (Premier dimanche d’avril)
HR ETE : OUI ➛ l’horloge est avancée
d’une heure.
■ À l’automne (Dernier dimanche d’octobre)
HR ETE : OUI ➛ l’horloge recule d’une
heure.
• Si l’heure avancée n’est pas en vigueur
dans votre région, sélectionner HR ETE :
NON.
Note à l’intention de l’installateur
du câble:
Ne pas oublier de rappeler au
technicien installant le câble que le
Code canadien de l’électricité contient
des directives quant à la mise à la terre
de l’installation: il précise en outre que
le câble doit être relié à la mise à la
terre de l’immeuble aussi près du point
d’entrée du câble que possible.
Appuyer sur
ACTION sur la
télécommande
pour faire afficher
le menu
REGLAGE
HORLOGE.
Réinitialisation de toutes les
fonctions en mémoire
Utiliser cette fonction lors du déplacement de
l’appareil à un autre endroit ou en cas d’erreur
lors du réglage initial.
le contact
1 Établir
sur l’appareil.
simultanément
2 Maintenir
enfoncées les touches PLAY et
|
de l’appareil pendant plus de
5 secondes.
• Le contact est coupé.
réinitialiser les fonctions en
3 Pour
mémoire, suivre les instructions
décrites à la page 10.
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Modification des réglages de la langue,
1
Appuyer sur ACTION*
pour afficher l’écran MENU.
MENU
DVD
BLOCAGE LANGUE
TELE
HORLOGE CANAL
53
SEL. :
FIN
2
1
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
1) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“CANAL.”
MENU
53
DVD
SEL. :
FIN
MENU
53
TELE
SEL. :
FIN
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
DVD
BLOCAGE LANGUE
TELE
HORLOGE CANAL
1
HORLOGE CANAL
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
2) Appuyer sur SET.
2) Appuyer à répétition
sur SET.
M A I N MENU
BLOCAGE LANGUE
1
HORLOGE CANAL
TELE
1) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“HORLOGE.”
MENU
BLOCAGE LANGUE
DVD
Horloge
Canaux
Langue
1) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“LANGUE.”
53
SEL. :
FIN
1
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
2) Appuyer sur SET.
HELLO
LOCK LANGUAGE
DVD
53
TV
1
CH
CLOCK
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
SET : SET
3) Appuyer sur
pour
sélectionner
“ANTENNE”, puis
appuyer sur SET pour
sélectionner “TELE” ou
“CABLE.”
Anglais
MENU PRINCIPAL
HOLA
BLOQUEO IDIOMA
DVD
53
TV
1
pour
4) Appuyer sur
sélectionner
“REGLAGE AUTO”
puis appuyer sur SET.
CANAL
RELOJ
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET
TERMINAR : ACT I ON
Espagnol
MENU
• Une fois le réglage
automatique des
canaux terminé, le
réglage automatique
de l’horloge s’amorce.
(Si l’horloge a été
réglée manuellement,
le réglage automatique
de l’horloge n’est pas
fait automatiquement.)
BONJOUR
DVD
BLOCAGE LANGUE
TELE
HORLOGE CANAL
53
SEL. :
FIN
des cana
1
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
Français
3) Appuyer sur ACTION
pour quitter.
(“FUSEAU HORAIRE” ne s’affiche
qu’une fois l’horloge réglée.)
3) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“MANUEL” puis
appuyer sur SET.
(Pour le réglage
automatique de l’horloge,
sélectionner “REGLAGE
AUTOMATIQUE” et
appuyer sur SET.)
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des canaux, de l’horloge et du fuseau horaire
OPEN/CLOSE
FM/TV
Fuseau horaire
TIM
ER
CH
VOL
VOL
ADD/DLT
AUDIO
ANGLE
SUB TITLE DISPLAY
TITLE
DVD
TELE
SEL. :
FIN
MENU
BLOCAGE LANGUE
53
R-T
Touches
numériques
1) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“HORLOGE.”
MENU
UNE
+
CH
CLEAR
(Seulement lorsque le réglage
de l’horloge a été fait
automatiquement.)
SU R RO UND
4) Appuyer sur
et
sur SET pour
sélectionner et régler
le mois, la date,
l’année, l’heure et
l’heure avancée (HR
ETE).
Pour faire des
corrections,
pour
appuyer sur
sélectionner la
rubrique désirée puis
faire les corrections.
10
LIGHT
DSS
CABLE
DVD
TE
MU
Réglage initial
*Important:
Si une touche de la télécommande ne
fonctionne pas, appuyer sur la touche FM/TV de la
télécommande et essayer à nouveau.
Ajout/
effacement
ENTER
ue,
Sélection
SET
1
HORLOGE CANAL
REGLER : SET
: ACT I ON
ACTION
RETURN
SKIP
PAUSE
PLAY
SKIP+
STOP
ZOOM
Réglage
Action
SLOW/SEARCH
5) Appuyer à deux
reprises sur ACTION
pour mettre l’horloge
en marche et quitter
ce mode.
2) Appuyer sur SET.
3) Appuyer sur
pour sélectionner
“FUSEAU
HORAIRE” puis
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