Toshiba SD2300, SD-2300U User manual

Toshiba SD2300, SD-2300U User manual
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Connections
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Advanced
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Quick control
Function setup a
Others
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilat-
RISK OF ELECTRIC ELITE. eral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
DO NOT OPEN uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product's enclo-
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WARNING :
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ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is in-
COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
О Ам К CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE sure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk
PAS OUVRIR of electric shock to persons.
tended to alert the user to the presence of important operat-
ing and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
WARNING:
CAUTION:
ATTENTION:
CAUTION:
FCC NOTICE:
WARNING:
accompanying the appliance.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE
ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPENTHE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA
FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
This Digital Video Disc Player employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this owner's manual carefully and retain for
future reference. Should the unit require maintenance, contact an authorized service location -
see service procedure.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba, or
parties authorized by Toshiba, could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. located on the rear panel of your DVD video
player.
Model No.
Retain this information for future reference.
Location of the required label
PRODUCT IS CERTIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO
COMPLY WITH DHHS RULE 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J
APPLICABLE AT THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
MANUFACTURED
Serial No.
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
1-1,SHIBAURA 1-CHOME,MINATO-KU.
TOKYO 105-8001,JAPAN
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS
OWNER’S MANUAL AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
PLEASE READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL AND EXPLAIN THE CONTENTS TO ANY CHILDREN
WHO MAY USE THIS PRODUCT.
This set has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric
shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect you if you observe the following
procedures for installation, use and servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that
can be repaired by the user.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
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After unpacking this product, read the owner's manual carefully, and follow <> 00 Y
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2. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated
on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended
to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating
instructions.
3. Grounding or Polarization
This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug
(a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the
plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be
blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase
or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions
have been adhered to.
5. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
6. Water and Moisture
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Do not use this product near water - for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool and
the like.
Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention
to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets; extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Lightning
For added protection for this product during storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will
prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
.Object and Liquid Entry
Never insert objects of any kind into this product through openings as they
may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a
fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
12. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
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13. Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table.
The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting
of the product should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use
a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
14. Disc Tray
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. Neglecting to do
so may cause serious personal injury.
15. Вигаеп
Do not place a heavy object on or step on the product. The object may fall,
causing serious personal injury and serious damage to the product.
16. Headphones
When you use headphones, keep the volume at a moderate level. If you use
the headphones continuously with high volume sound, it may cause hearing
damage.
17.Disc
Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs are easily
broken and may cause serious personal injury and product malfunction.
18. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
its normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
fy When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service.
19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
20. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
21.Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service
technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
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Notes on handling |
E When shipping the DVD video player, the original
shipping carton and packing materials come in handy.
For maximum protection, repack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
EH Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near
the DVD video player. Do not leave rubber or plastic
products in contact with the DVD video player for a
long time. They will leave marks on the finish.
HB The top and rear panels of the DVD video player may
become warm after a long period of use. This is not a
malfunction.
EM When the DVD video player is not in use, be sure to
remove the disc and turn off the power.
E If you do not use the DVD video player for a long
period, the unit may not function properly in the
future. Turn on and use the DVD video player
occasionally.
Notes on locating |
M Place the DVD video player on a level surface. Do not
use it on a shaky or unstable surface such as a
wobbling table or inclined stand. The loaded disc may
come off the proper position and cause damage to
the DVD video player.
E When you place this DVD video player near a TV,
radio, or VCR, the playback picture may become poor
and the sound may be distorted. In this case, place
the DVD video player away from the TV, radio, or
VCR.
Notes on cleaning
Use a soft, dry cloth for cieaning.
@® For stubborn dirt, soak the cloth in a weak detergent
solution, wring well and wipe. Use a dry cloth to wipe
it dry.
Do not use any type of solvent, such as thinner and
benzine, as they may damage the surface of the DVD
video player.
O If you use a chemical saturated cloth to clean the unit,
follow that product’s instructions.
To obtain a clear picture |
The DVD video player is a high technology, precision
device. If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts
are dirty or worn down, the picture quality becomes
poor. To obtain a clear picture, we recommend regular
inspection and maintenance (cleaning or parts
replacement) every 1,000 hours of use depending on
the operating environment. For details, contact your
nearest dealer.
| Notes on moisture condensation
Moisture condensation damages the DVD video
player. Please read the following carefully.
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you
pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of
water form on the outside of the glass. In the same way,
moisture may condense on the optical pick-up lens
inside this unit, one of the most crucial internal parts of
the DVD video player.
ample of moist,
condensation;
HB Moisture condensation occurs during the
following cases.
@ When you bring the DVD video player directly from a
cold place to a warm place.
@ When you use the DVD video player in a room where
you just turned on the heater, or a place where the
cold wind from the air conditioner directly hits the unit.
O In summer, when you use the DVD video player in a
hot and humid place just after you move the unit from
an air conditioned room.
@ When you use the DVD video player in a humid place.
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condensation may occur.
If you use the DVD video player in such a situation, it
may damage discs and internal parts. Remove the
disc, connect the power cord of the DVD video player
to the wall outlet, turn on the DVD video player, and
leave it for two or three hours. After two or three
hours, the DVD video player will have warmed up and
evaporated any moisture. Keep the DVD video player
connected to the wall outlet and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.
Wall outlet
| On handling discs
@ Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Playback side
€ Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
| On cleaning discs |
O Fingerprints and dust on the disc cause picture and
sound deterioration. Wipe the disc from the center
outwards with a soft cloth. Always keep the disc
clean.
O If you cannot wipe off the dust with a soft cloth, wipe
the disc lightly with a slightly moistened soft cloth and
finish with a dry cloth.
@ Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner,
benzine, commercially available cleaners or antistatic
spray for vinyl LPs. It may damage the disc.
| On storing discs
€ Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight
or near heat sources.
@ Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and
dust such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
O Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing
objects on discs outside of their case may cause
warping.
| | Structure of disc contents |
Normally, DVD video discs are divided into titles, and the
titles are sub-divided into chapters. Audio CDs are
divided into tracks.
DVD video disc
+ DVD video disc >
Title 1 |. Title 2
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 | Chapter 1 Chapter? Chapter 3
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Audio CD
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Track 5
Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
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Each title, chapter or track is assigned a number, which
is called “title number”, “chapter number” or “track
number” respectively.
There may be discs that do not have these numbers.
| Notes on copyright |
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show,
broadcast on cable, play in public, and rent copyrighted
material without permission.
DVD video discs are copy protected, and any recordings
made from these discs will be distorted.
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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| About this owner's manual
This owner's manual explains the basic instructions of
this DVD video player. Some DVD video discs are
produced in a manner that allows specific or limited
operation during playback. As such, the DVD video
player may not respond to all operating commands. This
is not a defect in the DVD video player. Refer to
instruction notes of discs.
9” may appear on the TV screen during operation.
A “O” means that the operation is not permitted by the
DVD video player or the disc.
| | Playable discs
This DVD video player can play the following discs.
Notes on region numbers
The region number of this DVD video player is 1. If
region numbers, which stand for their playable area, are
printed on your DVD video disc and you do not find
or , disc playback will not be allowed by the player.
(In this case, the DVD video player will display a
message on-screen.)
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| . Disc Maximum
Disc Mark | Contents Size playback time
| Approx. 4 hours
(single sided disc)
12 cm
Audio Approx. 8 hours
DVD DVD + (double sided disc)
video VIDEO video
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discs res Approx. 80 minutes
(single sided disc)
> 8 cm
Approx. 160 minutes
- (double sided disc)
12cm | Approx. 74 minutes
Audio COMPACT |
CDs Audio
8 cm
DIGITAL AUDIO (CD | Approx. 20 minutes
single) |
Discs with a mark {3 are also playable.
* You cannot play discs other than those listed above.
* You cannot play discs of CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-RAM,
DVD-RW, etc., even if they may be labeled marks
listed above.
* This DVD video player uses the NTSC color system,
and cannot play DVD video discs recorded in any
other color system (PAL, SECAM, etc.).
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Introduction
OSAFETY PRECAUTIOÓNS ...............——.—.e=an... 2
GQ IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...4
@Precautions ….............…....…..…0s0sscsesemeeeemese sens 8
@ Notes on DiSCS .…..….....…..…….….….………cresarsrrasencenance 9
Notes on region numbers .…….….…..….…...…….….…. 10
O Table of Contents.............e—...—_.. eee. 11
O identification of Controls ....................... 12
Front panel .................eeeeeeererernannen career 12
Rear panel ……...........……rscessereeneencessessenencee 12
DVD display ……..….….....……ssssseeeseeeerecene ses e re cneees 13
Remote control ….…..…..….......……errrererersencensencncces 14
Loading batteries ere 15
Operating with the remote control 15
Connections
O Connecting to aTV ...............we....e2resenemen. 18
Connecting to à TV oon, 18
Connecting to an audio system and TV
equipped with component video inputs ........ 19
@ Connecting to Optional Equipment ...... 20
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
Doiby Digital decoder 21
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with
Dolby Pro Logic Surround ...............=..—.———.. 21
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
DTS decoder .....................eeeeermenmenereerencecen.. 22
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a
digital audio input ................«=.....e-eeeree 23
Basic playback
O Playing a Disc .............eweeesxxs000nacnaazeeene—. 26
Basic playbaCk........................e.eeeceereenee ie, 26
Playing in fast reverse or
fast forward directions ue 28
Playing frame by frame 28
Playing in slow-motion eee 29
Resuming playback from the same location ... 29
@ Locating a Specific Title, Chapter, or
Track ..........ee.o00nnoneneacarenonanaaconenanea nen neUe mee 30
Locating a title using the top menu ................. 30
Locating a title by entering the title number .... 30
Locating a specific chapter or track directly .... 31
Locating a specific chapter or track ................ 31
Advanced playback
O Accessing a Specific Location Directly .. 34
Entering the time of the desired location ........ 34
@ Playing Repeatedly 35
Repeating a title, chapter, or track .................. 35
Repeating a specific segment ........................ 35
€ Playing in a Favorite Order .................... 36
Setting titles, chapters, or tracks in a favorite
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@ Playing in Random Order ...................... 37
Playing titles, chapters or tracks in random
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Oe Zooming a Picture .............e..==-=ex==serermee. 38
Zooming a piCture........................erreeeeee 38
O Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) Sound Enhancement .. 39
Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement...... 39
O Selecting the Camera Angle .................. 40
Changing the camera angle .......................... 40
O Selecting Subtitles ........................ewm..... 41
Selecting a subtitle language 41
O Selecting a Language.....................—...... 42
Selecting a playback audio setting ................. 42
Quick control
O Using the Graphic Remote Control
- V-REMOTE - …...........…..ossssscssasasenanenenans 46
@ Selecting the Playback Function
- QUICK -.nnnconnononaanarannananeananenananaenenananana=a 47
O Accessing Features
- NAVI = nnrrorcrnenanenoanannnancononannnnenoa nae 48
Function setup
@ Customizing the Function Settings ...... 56
Setting procedure .....................emmeeeeeene 56
Setting details va... EEE 58
O Table of Languages -.................. ==... 64
O NUON games and peripherais ............... 65
Others
O Before Calling Service Personnel ......... 68
O Specifications .............---—w=e==nv==veseneeeno 69
O LIMITED WARRANTY DVD VIDEO
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entification of Controls
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| Front panel |
PAUSE button
POWER indicator Disc tray STOP button
PLAY button
POWER button DVD display [13) SKIP buttons (31)
NUON port
OPEN/CLOSE button
| Rear panel |
VIDEO OUT jack AC inlet
ColorStream® (Component video)
VIDEO OUT jacks (Y/Ps/Pr)
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BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack [21)[22)[23)
ANALOG AUDIO OUT jacks
Power cord
S VIDEO OUT jack =
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| DVD display
B Repeated pressing of the FL DIMMER button on
the remote control changes the brightness of the
HDCD indicator
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Play mode indicator
* During playback:
Chapter/track number indicator
Title number indicator
display.
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FL DIMMER
elapsed time indicators
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Total playing time/remaining time/
Memory playback indicator
Random playback indicator
Multifunctional indicator (indicates operating
status or messages, etc.)
Angle icon indicator
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Repeat playback indicator
The indicators vary depending on the kinds of discs you play.
DVD video disc
+ During playback:
Audio CD
Example
Playing chapter 3
of title 2
title
« Some discs may not display
chapter numbers.
with a chapter number shows
the current title.
Elapsed time
of the current
- À time indication not accompanied
elapsed time of a segment within
Example
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Playing track 6 Elapsed time
of the current
track
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ntification of Controls (continued)
The instructions in this manual describe the functions on the remote control. See the page in [> for details.
| Remote control
OPEN/CLOSE button [26) —— 7 — POWER button
— NAVI button
QUICK button ue SEP
SUBTITLE AUDIO SETUP button
ANGLE button em AUDI
——— AUDIO button
SUBTITLE button
— MENU button”
V-REMOTE button
TOP MENU button
Cursor control/ENTER button
* Cursor control — to move the cursor
Push toward the direction
you want.
* ENTER button — to enter your
selection
Press the center vertically.
——— RETUAN button
REY FWD SKIP
SKIP buttons (31)
PLAY button
——— STOP button
CLEAR button (31)
REV button
FWD button
PAUSE/STEP button
ZOOM buttons
NUON button
——— SLOW buttons
3D button (39)
FL DIMMER button 13)
T button
——— A-B RPT button (35)
REPEAT button (35)
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* MENU button
Use the MENU button to display the
menu included on many DVD video
discs. To operate a menu, follow the
instructions in “Locating a title using
the top menu.”
Number buttons
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT A-BRPT
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Loading batteries
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Make sure to match the + and — on the batteries
to the marks inside the battery compartment.
Close the cover.
Operating with the remote control
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Point the remote control at the remote |
sensor and press the buttons.
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Within about 7 m (23 feet)
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Distance: About 7 m (23 feet) from the front of the
remote sensor
About 30° in each direction of the front of
the remote sensor
Angle:
* Do not expose the remote sensor of the DVD video
player to a strong light source such as direct
sunlight or other illumination. If you do so, you may
not be able to operate the DVD video player via the
remote control.
Notes on batteries
Improper use of batteries may cause battery leakage and
corrosion. To operate the remote control correctly, follow the
instructions below.
- Do not insert batteries into the remote control in the wrong
direction.
* Do not charge, heat, open, or short-circuit the batteries.
Do not throw batteries into a fire.
* Do not leave dead or exhausted batteries in the remote
control.
* Do not use different types of batteries together, or mix old
and new batteries.
* If you do not use the remote control for a long period of
time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from
battery corrosion.
* |f the remote control does not function correctly or if the
operating range becomes reduced, replace all batteries
with new ones.
* |f battery leakage occurs, wipe the battery liquid from the
battery compartment, then insert new batteries.
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Notes on the remote control
* Direct the remote control at the remote sensor of the DVD
video player.
* Do not drop or give the remote control a shock.
- Do not leave the remote control near an extremely hot or
humid place.
* Do not spill water or put anything wet on the remote
control.
* Do not open the remote control.
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For details of output sound, see (43).
| Connecting to aTV
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If the TV has an S video input, connect the
DVD video player with an S video cable.
When using an S video cable, do not
connect the yellow video cable.
To VIDEO
OUT
To ANALOG AUDIO OUT
Audio/video cable (supplied)
TV or monitor with
audio/video inputs
* Make the following setting.
On-screen display Select: Page
“Audio Out Select” 1 “Analog 2ch”
Notes
+ Refer to the owner's manual of the connected TV as well.
* When you connect the DVD video player to your TV, be sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from the wall outlet
before making any connections.
* |f your television set has one audio input, connect the DVD video player to a Y cable adapter (not supplied) and then connect
to your TV.
* Connect the DVD video player directly to your TV. If you connect the DVD video player to a VCR, TV/VCR combination or
video selector, the playback picture may be distorted as DVD video discs are copy protected.
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Component video outputs/inputs (ColorStream®) * Make the following setting.
Some TVs or monitors are equipped with component video
inputs. Connecting to these inputs allows you to enjoy On-screen display | Select: | Page
higher quality picture playback. |
Actual labels for component video inputs may vary “Audio Out Select” | “Analog 2ch
depending on the TV manufacturer. (ex. Y, R-Y, B-Y or Y, CB,
in some TVs or monitors, the color levels of the playback Notes
picture may be reduced slightly or the tint may change. In ° еб! to the owner's manual of the connected equipment as
such a case, adjust the TV or monitor for optimum | ,
performance. - When you connect the DVD video player to other equipment,
be sure to turn off the power and unplug ail of the equipment
from the wall outlet before making any connections.
- If you place the DVD video player near a tuner or radio, the
radio broadcast sound might be distorted. In this case, place
the DVD video player away from the tuner and radio.
* The output sound of the DVD video player has a wide
dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the receivers volume to a
moderate listening level. Otherwise, the speakers may be
damaged by a sudden high volume sound.
* Turn off the amplifier before you connect or disconnect the
DVD video player's power cord. If you leave the amplifier
power on, the speakers may be damaged.
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pnnecting to Optional Equipment
You can enjoy high quality dynamic sounds by connecting the DVD video player
to optional audio equipment.
For connection to your TV, see “Connectingto a TV” Г
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* For details of output sound, see (43).
* This section uses the following reference marks.
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: Front speaker
[| : Rear speaker
Ш : Sub woofer
: Center speaker
: Signal flow
Notes
* DO NOT connect the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack
of the DVD video player to the AC-3 RF input of a Dolby
Digital Receiver. This input on your A/V Receiver is
reserved for Laserdisc use only and is incompatible with
the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD video
player.
* Connect the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT jack of the
DVD video player to the “COAXIAL” input of a Receiver or
Processor.
* Refer to the owner's manual of the connected equipment
as well.
* When you connect the DVD video player to other
equipment, be sure to turn off the power and unplug ali of
the equipment from the wall outlet before making any
connections.
The output sound of the DVD video player has a wide
dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the receiver's volume to
a moderate listening level. Otherwise, the speakers may
be damaged by a sudden high volume sound.
* Turn off the amplifier before you connect or disconnect the
DVD video player's power cord. If you leave the amplifier
power on, the speakers may be damaged.
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Warning
* When you are connecting (via the BITSTREAM/PCM
AUDIO OUT jack) an AV decoder that does not have
Dolby Digital, Digital Theater Systems (DTS) decoding
function, be sure to set “Audio Out Select” to “PCM”
from the on-screen displays [56)(58). Otherwise, high
volume sound may damage your hearing as well as the
speakers.
When playing DTS-encoded discs (DVD video discs
and audio CDs), excessive noise may be output from
the analog stereo jacks. To avoid possible damage to
the audio system, you should take proper precautions
when the ANALOG AUDIO OUT jacks of the DVD video
player are connected to an amplification system. To
enjoy DTS Digital Surround™ playback, an external 5.1
channel DTS Digital Surround™ decoder system must
be connected to the BITSTREAM/PCM AUDIO OUT
jack of the DVD video player.
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from the same DVD movies that provide full 5.1-channel Dolby Digital system.
soundtracks, as well as from titles with the Dolby Surround mark. + Make the following setting.
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connecting an amplifier and speaker system (right and left front speakers, a
center speaker, and one or two rear speakers). “Audio Out Select” | “Analog 2ch”
» With an amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment the same way as described in “Connecting to an
amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital decoder.” Refer to that amplifiers
owner's manual and set the amplifier so you can enjoy Dolby Pro Logic
Surround sound.
Be sure to set “Audio Out Select”
to “Analog 2ch” when you enjoy
sounds of Dolby Pro Logic
Surround using this connection.
» With an amplifier not equipped with Dolby Digital
Connect the equipment as follows. * Connect one or two rear speakers.
The output sound from the rear speakers
will be monaural even if you connect two
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DTS is a high quality surround technology used in theaters and now available for
home use, on DVD video discs or audio CDs.
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channel DTS encoded sound tracks on DVD video discs or audio CDs.
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Connecting to an amplifier equipped with a digital audio input
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amplifier equipped with a digital audio input and speaker system (right and left
front speakers).
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This section shows you the basics on how to play a disc.
CAUTION
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing.
Neglecting to do so may cause serious personal injury.
POWER indicator 3
PAUSE STOP
DVD display 2
= Basic playback
Preparations
* When you want to view a disc, turn on the TV and select the video input connected to the DVD video player.
* When you want to enjoy the sound of discs from the audio system, turn on the audio system and select the input connected
to the DVD video player.
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Press POWER.
POWER The DVD video player turns on and
the POWER indicator on the player
ps
— illuminates.
When the DVD video player is turned on for
the first time, a message appears. Press
ENTER, and make the proper settings before
proceeding to step 2.
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
A The disc tray opens.
OPEN/CLOSE
3 Place a disc on the disc tray.
With the playback
side down.
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* There are two different disc sizes. Place the disc in
the correct guide on the disc tray. If the disc is out
of the guide, it may damage the disc and cause the
DVD video player to malfunction.
* Do not place a disc which is unplayable in this
DVD video player.
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Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc
tray.
A
OPEN/CLOSE
4
Playback starts.
If you insert a DVD video disc that contains a top
menu, a menu may appear. See “Locating a title
using the top menu.”
You may need to press the TOP MENU or MENU
button to display disc menu (depending on the
actual DVD video disc.)
* If the disc tray contains a disc you have already
played, playback will begin from the location where
you last stopped playback.
`
E To start playback in the stop mode
Press PLAY.
PLAY
=
E POWER button on the DVD video player
The POWER button on the DVD video player is
equipped with a special function, besides turning the
power on and off. By holding it down longer than usual
while the power is on, you can operate the DVD video
player as follows: (Not applicable to the POWER button
on the remote control.)
* Holding down for about 1 to 3 seconds
to reset NUON game play, etc.
Holding down for more than about 3 seconds
to turn off the DVD video player which will not
respond to your command during NUON game
play, etc.
; [Co 1 H To obtain a higher quality picture
‘ * 2, 4 Occasionally, some picture noise not usually visible during a normal broadcast may
| — TOP MENU appear on the TV screen while playing a DVD video disc because the high
| J G—— MENU resolution pictures on these discs include a lot of information. While the amount of
noise depends on the TV you use with this DVD video player, you should generally
| | reduce the sharpness adjustment on your TV when viewing DVD video discs.
—— Cursor control/
The icons on the heading bar show the playable discs for the function
PLAY described under that heading.
STOP You can use this function with DVD video discs.
PAUSE/STEP “You can use this function with audio CDs.
EM To pause playback (still mode)
Press PAUSE/STEP during playback.
PAUSEISTEP To resume normal playback, press
wim the PLAY button.
« Sound is muted during still mode.
mM To stop playback
Press STOP.
STOP
(=)
N To remove the disc
Press OPEN/CLOSE.
A Remove the disc after the disc tray
OPEN/CLOSE
opens completely.
-
Be sure to press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close
the disc tray after you remove the disc.
HE About the screen saver
If you pause a picture of a DVD video disc and leave
it still for a long while, the screen saver of the DVD
video player automatically appears (when “Screen
Saver’ is set to “On” [61)). To turn off the screen
saver, press the PLAY button.
Notes
№ Background pictures in audio CD playback
If you move the cursor control (4 / Y) while playing an
audio CD, you can display programmed background
pictures such as “Virtual Light Machine”. Select a
favorite one by moving the cursor control (4 / Y) further.
To obtain a picture's name, press MENU.
Notes
+ Sound output may be interrupted when you move the cursor
control (A / Y) to select the pictures.
* While displaying pictures, the BITSTREAM/PCM jack cannot
output sound properly.
- While displaying “Virtual Light Machine”, the following
functions are disabled:
— 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement
— HDCD decoding (see below)
Caution
Please do not play the “Virtual Light Machine” in a
darkened room and maintain a sufficient distance from the
TV display.
Please refrain from watching when you do not feel well.
- Please see a doctor before playing “Virtual Light Machine”
if you have any health problems.
E Automatic Power Off function
If the DVD video player is stopped, or the screen saver
is engaged for approximately 20 minutes, the DVD
video player will automatically turn itself off.
EH HDCD (High Definition Compatible Digital®)
HDCD® (High Definition Compatible Digital”) is a
recording system that has improved audio CD sound in
dynamic range, sound field reproducibility and vocal
acoustics.
This DVD video player is equipped with an HDCD
decoder. The HDCD indicator illuminates when playing
an HDCD-encoded audio CD.
(FOCD) , HDCD*, High Definition Compatible Digital” and
Pacific Microsonics™ are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Pacific Microsonics, Inc. in the United States
and/or other countries. HDCD system manufactured under
license from Pacific Microsonics, Inc. This product is
covered by one or more of the following patents: United
States: 5,479,168, 5,638,074, 5,640,161, 5,808,574,
5.838.274, 5,854,600, 5,872,531 and 5,864,311. Australia
669114. Other patents pending.
- Do not move the DVD video player during playback. Doing so may damage the disc.
« Use the OPEN/CLOSE button to open and close the disc tray. Do not push the disc tray while it is moving. Doing so may
cause the DVD video player to malfunction.
* Do not push up on the disc tray or put any objects other than
player to malfunction.
discs on the disc tray. Doing so may cause the DVD video
- In many instances, a menu screen will appear after playback of a movie is completed. Prolonged display of an on-screen
menu may damage your television set, permanently etching that image onto its screen. To avoid this, be sure to press the
STOP button on your remote control once the movie is completed.
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where you stopped playback.
You can play discs at various speeds, and resume playback from the location
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PAUSE/STEP
= Playing in fast reverse or fast forward directions
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Press REV or FWD during playback.
REV FWD
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REV: Fast reverse playback
FWD: Fast forward playback
Each time you press the REV or
FWD button, the playback speed
changes.
x
E To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
PLAY
=
Notes
* The DVD video player mutes sound and omits subtitles
during reverse and forward scan of DVD video discs.
However, it plays sound in the following cases:
— forward scan (»» displayed) of DVD video discs.
— fast forward or fast reverse play of audio CDs.
* The playback speed may differ depending on the disc.
Playing frame by frame
Press PAUSE/STEP during still playback.
PAUSE/STEP Each time you press the PAUSE/
I/i> STEP button, the picture advances
one frame.
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E To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
PLAY
=
Note
The sound is muted during frame by frame playback.
Playing in slow-motion
—
Press SLOW during playback.
Each time you press the SLOW I»
button, the slow-motion speed
changes.
SLOW
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SLOW
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If you press the SLOW <i button
during playback, you can view the
picture in reverse slow-motion. (Only
when using a DVD video disc.)
Each time you press the SLOW «l
button, the slow-motion speed
changes.
H To resume normal playback
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Notes
* The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
« The playback speed may differ depending on the disc.
Resuming playback from the same location
—
Press STOP at the location where you
want to interrupt playback.
STOP The DVD video player memorizes
(m) the location where playback is
stopped.
Press PLAY.
PLAY The DVD video player resumes
>) playback from the location where
you stopped playback.
\. —
E To start playback from the beginning regardless
of the location where you stopped playback
1 Press STOP twice.
STOP
(=)
The DVD video player's memory is
cleared.
2 Press PLAY.
PLAY
=
- If you want to return to the beginning of a DVD video
disc, open and close the disc tray once with the
OPEN/CLOSE button before pressing the PLAY
button.
Playback starts from the
beginning of the current title.
Playback starts from the
beginning of the disc.
Notes
+ The DVD video player's memory is also cleared when:
—you change the parental lock setting or select a disc
menu language (59).
— you open the disc tray.
* There may be a difference in the location where playback
resumes depending on the disc.
* Settings you changed using the on-screen displays while the
DVD video player keeps a location in the memory may
function only after the memory is cleared.
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cating a Specific Title, Chapter, or Track
; Normally, DVD video discs are divided into titles, and the titles are sub-divided into chapters. Audio CDs are divided into
tracks. You can quickly locate any specific title, chapter, or track.
+ DVD video disc -
— Title 1 | Tite2 ————
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 | Chapter1 Chapter? Chapter 3
| | | | |
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+ Audio CD ”
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Track 5
| | | | |
NENT TS ITN TN TN
wo Locating a title using the top menu
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Press TOP MENU.
The top menu appears onthe TV
screen.
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Press ENTER.
Playback starts from chapter 1 of the
selected title.
Notes
* The instructions above describe basic procedures which
may vary depending on the contents of the DVD video disc.
If different instructions appear on the TV screen, follow those
instructions.
Select the title you want moving the
cursor control.
If the titles in the top menu are
assigned a number, you can directly
locate a specific title by pressing its
designated number with the number
buttons.
* |f you display the top menu during playback and press the
TOP MENU button again without selecting any title, the DVD
video player may resume playback from the point where you
first pressed the TOP MENU button (depending on the
actual DVD video disc.)
* This method of locating a title is available only on a disc that
contains a top menu.
Instruction notes of discs may refer to the button that
displays the top menu as TITLE button.
E Locating a title by entering the
title number
-
Press T.
SEARCH Make sure that the space next to
“Title” is highlighted.
(You can shift the highlight moving
the cursor control (A / Y).)
Title:
Chapter: 1
) Notes
* Pressing the CLEAR button resets the title and chapter
numbers. To clear the “Title” and “Chapter” display, press
the T button several times.
* This method of locating a title is available only on a disc that
contains title numbers.
Press the corresponding number
buttons for the title you want.
e.g. To select title 2 2)
To select title 12 CD) > (2)
Press PLAY.
PLAY Playback starts from chapter 1 of the
>) selected title.
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— TOP MENU
5 Cursor control/
— ENTER
53-— SKIP
B— PLAY
CLEAR
| Number buttons
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\
Locating a specific chapter or track directly
Move the cursor contro! (y) to highlight
the space next to “Chapter.”
Title: 1
Chapter:
Press the corresponding number
buttons for the chapter or track you
want.
You can use the +10 button to select numbers
from 10 through 99.
e.g. To select chapter or track 25
С) С)
or (+19) + +19) + (3)
| |
Press T. Press PLAY.
Skip steps 1 and 2 if you are using an audio CD. PLAY Playback starts from the selected
SEARCH CC») chapter or track.
Title : UN
Chapter: 1
HN To select a title and chapter number at the same
time
Perform step 1, and enter a title number you want in the
space next to “Title” using the number buttons, then
perform steps 2 to 4.
Note
Pressing the CLEAR button resets the title and chapter
numbers. To clear the “Title” and “Chapter” display, press the
T button several times.
= Locating a specific chapter or track
Press SKIP << or »» repeatedly to display
the chapter or track number you want.
Playback starts from the selected chapter or track.
"я To locate succeeding chapters or tracks
SKIP Playback starts from the beginning of the
current chapter or track.
When you press twice, playback starts
from the beginning of the preceding
chapter or track.
(0
Notes
Some titles may not display chapter numbers.
« When you set “Title Stop” to “Off” (63), you can access
chapters in another title. If you go back to the preceding title
by pressing the SKIP 1-4 button, the DVD video player
locates the first chapter of the title. When “Title Stop” is set
to “On,” you can access chapters only within the current title.
- If you press and hold the SKIP << or BI button on the front
panel during playback, the DVD video player performs fast
reverse or fast forward playback. You can vary the speed by
pressing the button further.
To locate chapters or tracks during fast reverse or fast
forward playback, first press the PLAY button to resume
normal playback, then use the SKIP H4< or > button.
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minutes, seconds).
gcessing a Specific Location Directly
You can access a specific location by entering its corresponding time (hours,
La
Press T twice.
SEARCH You may have to press further
depending on the disc. Press the
button repeatedly until the following
display appears.
Time EEE
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Press the number buttons to enter the
time.
e.g.
D-C(I-5)-3)-) | time
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Press PLAY.
PLAY Playback starts from the desired
>) location.
<= Entering the time of the desired location
Notes
* Some discs may not respond to this process.
* Some scenes may not be located precisely as you
specified.
* This method for accessing specific locations is available
only within the current title of the DVD video disc or within
the current track of the audio CD.
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ying Repeatedly
You can play a specific title, chapter, track, or segment repeatedly.
| - ВЕРЕАТ
s5= AB RPT
= Repeating a title, chapter, or track |
Press REPEAT. Press PLAY.
REPEAT Each time you press the REPEAT PLAY The DVD video player starts repeat
button, the repeat mode changes as >) playback.
follows. Press the PLAY button within about
— - 5 seconds after you press the
| Chopter Repeot | REPEAT button.
| « —
— ww Chapter Repeat Repeats the current M To resume normal playback
chapter. Press CLEAR.
+
PD Title Repeat Repeats the current CLEAR
title.
Track Repeat Repeats the current
track.
П Note
All Repeat Repeats the entire Some discs may not permit repeat operation.
disc.
+
—— Repeat Off Resumes normal
playback.
| _
Repeating a specific segment
Press A-B RPT at the beginning of the
segment (point A) you want to play
repeatedly.
A-B RPT |
,
Press A-B RPT again at the end of the
segment (point B).
The DVD video player automatically
returns to point À and starts repeat
playback of the selected segment
(A-B).
A-B RPT
С
NH To resume normal playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
Notes
Some discs may not permit A-B repeat operation.
You cannot set the A-B repeat function for a segment that
includes multiple camera angles (40).
*+ You can specify a segment only within the current title.
. There may be a slight difference between point A and the
location where playback actually resumes depending on the
disc.
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You can combine your favorite titles, chapters, or tracks and play them in the
order you determine. You can program up to 30 selections into the memory.
(Memory playback)
Title: 1 |
Chapter: 1
= —
Title 2
Chapter: 12
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Chapter:-25
4
. Cursor control/
$ — ENTER
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Insert a disc and press MEMORY during
stop.
The following display appears.
MEMORY
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CT: Chapter number 8T:-- Pi |
or track number Tm |)
Select the items in the order you want
by pressing the number buttons, then
ENTER for each item.
Each time you move the cursor control (</»), the
spaces of “T” and “CT” are highlighted in turn.
Highlight where you want to enter, then press the
corresponding number buttons.
To select tracks from an audio CD in order, press
the number buttons for the track, then press the
ENTER button for each selection you want.
Note
The space of “T” may be showing a number.
Neglect this number when using an audio CD.
To select another chapter in the same title, you do
not need to select the title number.
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Press PLAY while the “Memory List”
display appears on the TV screen.
PLAY The DVD video player starts memory
>) playback.
E To change the programmed selections
1 While the “Memory List” display appears on the TV
screen, move the cursor control (A / Y) to highlight
the item you want to change.
2 Change the selection following the instructions in
step 2.
E To cancel the programmed selections
1 While the “Memory List” display appears on the TV
screen, move the cursor control (4 / Y) to highlight
the item you want to cancel.
2 Press CLEAR.
H To resume normal playback from memory
playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR The memory playback indicator
disappears.
E To program during playback
If you press the MEMORY button during playback, a
programming display appears.
Follow steps 2 and 3.
Notes
+ Some discs may not permit memory playback operation.
- If you press the REPEAT button during memory playback,
the DVD video player repeats the current memory playback.
« If you press the MEMORY or RETURN button while the
“Memory List” display appears on the TV screen, the
“Memory List” display disappears.
* The programmed selections will be cleared when you turn off
the DVD video player.
ing in Random Order
You can play titles, chapters within a title, or tracks in random order.
(Random playback)
Title: 1
Chapter: .3
Title: 3 кт
| Chapter: 1 =:
Y CLEAR
=>— 2
* + >» & ©
1
—
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Press RANDOM.
Each time you press the RANDOM
button, the random playback mode
changes as follows.
RANDOM
— Chapter Random Plays the chapters
within the current title
in random order.
y
DvD Title Random Plays the titles in
random order.
Track Random Plays the tracks in
random order.
+
Resumes normal
playback.
Random Off
If you press the RANDOM button
during playback, the DVD video
player automatically starts random
playback after finishing the current
title, chapter or track.
Press PLAY.
PLAY The DVD video player starts random
>) playback.
Press the PLAY button within about
5 seconds after you press the
RANDOM button.
Playing titles, chapters or tracks in random order
M To resume normal playback
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
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Notes
« Some discs may not permit random playback operation.
* You cannot use the random playback function in conjunction
with the memory playback function.
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5 Cursor control
Y CLEAR
E Zooming a picture
Press ZOOM during normal, siow or
still playback.
ZOOM Zoom playback starts.
Select the zoom point and
magnification level.
To increase the magnification level.
To reduce the magnification level.
As you move the cursor control, the
zoom point shifts.
Pressing the CLEAR button restores
the zoom point to the center of the
picture.
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E To resume normal playback
Press ZOOM repeatedly so that “Zoom Off” appears.
ZOOM
Notes
* Some discs may not respond to zoom feature.
* During some scenes, the buttons may not work as
described.
* Zooming does not work on subtitles or menus included on
DVD video discs.
* During zoom playback, the cursor control cannot work on
menus included on DVD video discs. If you want to view the
menus, cancel the zoom playback.
« The magnification level varies depending on the picture size
you select.
« When magnified, pictures may not move smoothly
responding to the ZOOM+— buttons or the cursor control.
lecting 3-D (N-2-2) Sound Enhancement |
You can enjoy expansive virtual surround sound effects from just two speakers.
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Press 3D during playback.
The current setting is displayed.
Each time you press the 3D button,
the setting changes as follows.
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Off
On
2 Selecting 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement
Notes
- You may sense a difference in volume between normal and
3-D (N-2-2) enhanced sound.
* 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement may not function (or may
not be realized) depending on the sound output setting or
disc recording system [43).
- If 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement is on, Dolby Pro Logic
Surround may not function on output sounds at all, or may
function differently than usual.
Spatializer” 3-Dimensional Sound Processing provided by Desper
Products. Inc.
Certain audio features of this product manufactured under a license
from Desper Products, inc., Spatializer and the circle-in-square
device are trademarks owned by Desper Products, Inc.
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If the scene was recorded from multiple angles, you can easily change
the camera angle of the scene you are watching.
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Press ANGLE while playing a scene Press CLEAR.
recorded with multiple angles. CLEAR
While playing a scene recorded with
multiple angles, the angle icon ($4)
appears in the DVD display and on
the TV screen. EH To disable the angle icon display on the TV
Press the ANGLE button while the From the on-screen displays, set “On-Screen Displays”
angle icon is displayed. to “Off”
e.g. Monitor the DVD display when you want to change the
camera angle.
Current angle number Angle icon
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Angle : | | Notes
ngle: 1/5 . .
5 * You can change the camera angle during still playback. The
camera angle changes to the new setting when you resume
normal playback.
* If you pause a picture immediately after changing a camera
Press ANGLE or move the cursor angle, the resumed playback picture may not display the
control (4) while the angle number is new camera angle.
displayed on the TV screen.
ANGLE Each time you press the ANGLE
ON: button or move the cursor control
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A e.g.
Angle: 1/5
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V : Cycles backwards
You can change the camera angle directly by
pressing the number buttons corresponding to its
angle number instead of moving the cursor control
(A/V).
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from those included on the DVD video disc.
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§—SUBTITLE
& Cursor control
CLEAR
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Press SUBTITLE during playback.
The current subtitle setting is
SUBTITLE
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Language
The abbreviation of the language appears instead
of the language name. Refer to the list of
languages and their abbreviations.
Press SUBTITLE or move the cursor
control (A) while the subtitle setting is
displayed on the TV screen.
Each time you press the SUBTITLE
button or move the cursor control
(A), the subtitle languages included
on the DVD video disc change.
e.g.
Subtitle: ENG1 On
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V : Cycles backwards
To turn off the subtitle setting
display, press the CLEAR button.
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Notes
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1 Press SUBTITLE during playback.
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setting is displayed on the TV screen, to select “On”
or “Off”
Displayed for about 3 seconds.
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Subtitle: ENG1 Off
Subtitles are
not displayed.
Notes
+ Some DVD video discs are set to display subtitles
automatically, and you cannot turn them off even if you set
the subtitle function to off.
* During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear
immediately after you select “On.”
+ Some DVD video discs will allow you to make subtitle
selections and turn subtitles on or off only via the disc menu.
+ When you turn on the DVD video player or replace a disc, the player returns to the initial default setting (60).
When you select a subtitle language which is not included on the disc, the DVD video player plays a prior language
programmed on the disc.
- During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear immediately after you change the subtitle language by moving the cursor
control (A/V).
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Selecting a Language
You can select a preferred language and sound recording system from those
included on the DVD video disc.
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Press AUDIO during playback.
AUDIO The current audio setting is
Im displayed.
Language
Recording system
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Audio: ENG1 PCM 2CH
Audio Out Select : Bitstream
Output sound format
The abbreviation of the language appears instead
of the language name. Refer to the list of
languages and their abbreviations.
Press AUDIO or move the cursor
control (4) while the audio setting is
displayed on the TV screen.
Each time you press the AUDIO
button or move the cursor control
(A), the audio settings included on
the DVD video disc change.
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Audio: SPAT PCM 2CH
V : Cycles backwards
If you move the cursor control
(«4 /»), you can select output sound
format.
To turn off the audio setting display, press the
CLEAR button.
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Notes
* When you turn on the DVD video player or replace a disc,
player returns to the initial default setting (60).
If you select a sound track which is not included on the disc,
the DVD video player plays a prior sound track programmed
on the disc.
* Some discs allow you to change audio selections only via
the disc menu. If this is the case, press the MENU button
and choose the appropriate language from the selections on
the disc menu.
E Output sound conversion table (sampling frequency/quantization bit)
Audio selection from the menu and output jacks on the rear panel
Discs Sound recording system “Bitstream” “Analog 2ch" “РСМ”
BITSTREAM/PCM | ANALOG AUDIO | BITSTREAM/PCM | ANALOG AUDIO | BITSTREAM/PCM | ANALOG AUDIO
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Dolby Digital Bitstream 48 kHz/20 bit Bitstream 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit QQ
48 kHz/16 bit { 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 5
48 kHz/20 bit | 48 kHz/16 Dit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit a
‚DVD Linear |48 kHz/24 bit | 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit a
video dises | PCM [96 kHz/16 bit | 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit - 96 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit <
96 kHz/20 bit | 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit — 96 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 2
96 kHz/24 bit | 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit — 96 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit ©
DTS Bitstream — Bitstream — — — Q
MPEG2 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit
Linear PCM 44.1 kHz/16 bit] 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44 1 kHz/16 bit 44 1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit
Audio CDs HDCD 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/20 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/20 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/20 bit
DTS Bitstream (Noise) Bitstream (Noise) Bitstream (Noise)
(T7 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement can function.
After changing
- HDCD sound via the ANALOG AUDIO OUT jacks is output in a normal audio CD format when 3-D (N-2-2) sound enhancement is on.
- The DVD video player can not output sound via the BITSTREAM/PCM jack in fast reverse play of DTS encoded audio CDs.
- The DVD video player can not display programmed background pictures in play of DTS encoded audio CDs.
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- V-REMOTE -
Pressing one button can display a graphics based on-screen remote control that
allows you to control playback as if you were doing it from the actual remote
control.
Using the graphic remote control
—
During playback, press V-REMOTE.
y-REMOTE The graphic remote control (Virtual
— Remote) appears.
Title: 1 0:12:34
Chapter: 2 0:01:23
Speed control
Proceed to 2-A.
— Stream selection
Proceed to 2-B.
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2 Proceedto A or B.
A: Move the cursor control to select
the speed control, and press
ENTER.
I : Pause / Frame by frame
» : Normal playback
> : Slow
>>! : Forward skip [31)
»» : Fast forward
«| : Reverse slow
l«« : Reverse skip (31)
«<< : Fast reverse
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B: Move the cursor control (a/v) to
select “Audio,” “Subtitle,” or
“Angle,” and press ENTER.
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Audio:
Subtitle:
Angle:
Move the cursor control (4 / Y) to select
a desired audio language, and press
ENTER.
For details, see page [42).
Selecting the output sound format is not
possible here.
Move the cursor control (A / Y) to select
a desired subtitle language, and press
ENTER.
For details, see page (41).
Move the cursor control (4 / Y) to select
a desired camera angle, and press
ENTER.
For details, see page (40).
E To turn off the Virtual Remote
Press V-REMOTE.
Note
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Some discs may not permit this operation.
Pressing one button can display a list of playback functions which are relevant to
your current playback mode. You can check and modify them from the list.
æ Selecting the playback function
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During playback, press QUICK.
The following on-screen display
appears.
(The actual display will vary
depending on the playback status.)
e.g.
QUICK
Press ENTER.
Move the cursor control (4 / Y) to select
a desired item, and press ENTER.
e.g. To change the repeat mode:
Bit Rate
Text
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Move the cursor control (a/v) to
change the setting.
e.g. To select the chapter repeat
mode:
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Memory
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For details, see the respective pages.
Memory :
Memory List :
Repeat :
Random :
Bitrate :
Text :
Exit :
Note
The on-screen display disappears
and playback will resume according
to your selection.
To program memory playback.
To list memory settings.
To select the repeat playback mode.
To select the random playback mode.
To activate/disable the bitrate display.
To activate/disable the Text display.
Text display:
Displays DVD-Text data or CD-Text data
if included on the disc.
(Some content on the disc may not be
displayed properly depending on the
disc.)
To quit the on-screen display.
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Pressing the QUICK button again also exits the on-screen
display.
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The NAVI menu provides an icon based display from which you can easily f
access key playback function. 5—2, 3
NAVI menu items
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Press NAVI.
NAVI The NAVI menu appears.
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Feature icon
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Chapter:
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AP Angle
Zoom
Strobe Viewer
Each time you press the NAVI button, the display
changes.
Title/Chapter: Elapsed time and remainig time of
the current title/chapter.
Audio: Current audio setting
Subtitle: Current subtitle setting
Angle: Current angle setting
Bit Rate: Data transfer rate (Mbit/s)
Amount of picture, sound and
subtitle data in the DVD video disc
transferred per second.
The larger the value, the more data
processed, but this does not
necessarily insure better picture
quality.
Status display (playback mode, current DNR
setting, current zoom status, etc.)
Press ENTER.
Selection details appears.
Refer to the list on the next page and
follow the instructions detailed on
subsequent pages.
Move the cursor control to select a
desired feature icon.
A For details on each feature, refer to
« the list on the next page.
Notes
« The NAVI menu will disappear by pressing the NAVI button
several times.
* The number of feature icons on the display will vary
depending on the disc.
* Feature icons are displayed only when you play a DVD video
disc.
Navi menu selections
You can control key playback functions using the graphics based
on-screen remote control.
You can display all camera angles simultaneously and select your
preferred one from them.
You can magnify areas within a picture.
You can divide a desired scene into stop action frames for careful
analysis.
You can enjoy expansive virtual surround sound effects from just
two speakers.
You can display thumbnail views of the first scenes of titles or
chapters and select a preferred one.
You can view a picture with less video noise.
You can sample a scene from a playback picture and transform it
into a background picture.
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You can display all camera
angles simultaneously and
select your preferred one
from them.
Angle Viewer
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
Angle Viewer
When the scene contains 9 camera angles:
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You can divide a desired
scene into stop action
frames for careful analysis.
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
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1 Move the cursor control to select.
1-9: To select the camera angle.
Navi: To return to the NAVI menu.
Exit : To quit the on-screen display.
2 Press ENTER.
Note
Some discs or scenes may not permit this operation.
Slow: Still pictures at shorter intervals.
Normal: Still pictures at normal intervals.
Fast: Still pictures at longer intervals.
>>: To view the next series of 6 pictures.
Navi: To return to the NAVI menu.
Exit: To quit the on-screen display.
2 Press ENTER.
Note
Some discs or scenes may not permit this operation.
You can enjoy expansive
virtual surround effects
from just two speakers.
3D
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
You can display thumbnail
views of the first scenes of
titles or chapters and
select a preferred one.
Preview
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
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1 Move the cursor control to select.
On: This function works.
Off: This function does not work.
2 Press ENTER.
Note
For details and notes on 3-D (N-2-2), see page (39).
1 Move the cursor control to select.
To locate the scene.
Title: To display the first scenes of titles (1 to 6).
Chapter: To display the first scenes of chapters
(1 to 6).
Interval: To display scenes at intervals of about 10
minutes apart.
1-6:
<<: To go to the previous page.
>>! To go to the next page.
Navi: To return to the NAVI menu.
Exit: To quit the on-screen display.
2 Press ENTER.
Note
* Some discs or scenes may not permit this operation.
+ Some items may not be selected depending on the
disc or scene.
+ Some of the first scenes may not picked up depending
on the disc.
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| NAVI menu items
You can view a picture
with less video noise.
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
You can sample a scene
from a playback picture
and transform it into a
background picture.
Capture
After selecting this icon and pressing ENTER, the
following on-screen display appears:
e.g.
Capture
Contrast
Brightness
Color
Red
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1 Move the cursor control to select.
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DNR2: To increase the DNR1 effect.
DNR1: To reduce minute video noise.
DNR Off: Off.
Edge Enhance : To sharpen picture edges.
2 Press ENTER.
Notes
* Actual picture enhancement may vary depending on the
quality of the disc.
* While the DNR2 level can provide additional
improvement in the reduction of noise in the video
signal, it may produce undesireble picture artifacts on
some discs. Should this occur, select a more appropriate
DNR level (DNR1 or off).
» Depending on the disc, some kinds of picture details
may be lost by the picture enhancement.
Pause playback at a scene you want to capture.
Adjust the picture quality if necessary as follows.
1) Move the cursor control (4 / Y) to select a
desired item, and press ENTER.
2) Move the cursor contral (</») to adjust the
value, and press ENTER.
(-7) Lower Contrast Higher (+7)
(-7) Darker Brightness Brighter (+7)
(-7) Duller Color Brighter (+7)
(-7) Gamma” (+7)
(-7) Reducingred Red Enhancing red (+7)
(-7) Reducing green Green Enhancing green (+7)
(-7) Reducing blue Blue Enhancing blue (+7)
*1: Adjust when a picture is too dark or too
whitish.
Note
You cannot move the picture to sample another scene
after you have started the adjustment. To change the
scene, select “Revert” then press ENTER, and return to
step 1.
—
3 Move the cursor control to select.
Storing: To sample and store the current picture
in the player memory.
Revert: To restore the picture to its original
condition. All the adjustment values
return to O (center position).
Exit: To quit the on-screen display.
4 Press ENTER.
The stored picture will be displayed as a
background picture when the player is in the stop
mode. It is necessary to confirm this process via
the setup menu (61).
Notes
+ You can store only one picture. Storing a new picture
will erase the old one.
* No operations are permitted in process of sampling
and storage of background picture.
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preference.
tomizing the Function Settings
You can change the default settings to customize performance to your
5—2, 3,4
“RETURN
Setting procedure
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Press SETUP during stop.
SETUP The following on-screen display
appears.
Blacker than Bleck Off
Black Level NRML
Move the cursor control (€/») to select
a symbol for the setting you want to
change.
(See the next page.)
Picture performance settings
Output sound settings
Language settings
Display settings
Operational settings
Initial settings
Move the cursor control (4 / Y) to select
the setting you want to change, then
press ENTER.
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Change the selection by the cursor
control (A / V) or other buttons, by
referring to the corresponding pages
(58), then press ENTER.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to change other
settings.
To select another operation, go back to step 2.
N
Press SETUP.
SETUP The on-screen display disappears.
E To return to the previous display
Press RETURN.
RETURN
Notes
* The on-screen display disappears when you press the
SETUP button.
* The SETUP button can function even during normal
playback, however some operations may be inaccessible,
and a message will appear. In this case, try again after
playback is stopped.
Setting Details Page
TV Shape To select a picture size according to the aspect 58
ratio of your TV. |
Blacker than Black To make an adjustment of the black level on 58
your TV using a commercially available test disc
that contains adjustment signals.
Black Level do To select the black level of playback pictures. 58
Audio Out Select To select an output sound format corresponding 58
to your system connection.
Dynamic Range Control To turn on or off a function that makes faint 59
sounds easier to hear even if you lower the
volume during late hours playback.
Karaoke Vocal To turn on or off the vocal output during DVD 59
KARAOKE disc playback.
CD Attenuation To attenuate sound distortion incurred during 59
playback of an audio CD (HDCD).
On-Screen Language To select a preferred language for on-screen 59
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displays.
Disc Menu Language To select a preferred language for disc menus. 59
Audio Language To select a preferred language for the sound 60 Е
track. "
Subtitle Language To select a preferred language for subtitles. 60 3
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Background To select the background color or background 61
E> picture.
Screen Saver To turn the screen saver on or off. 61
Pause/Still To select the resolution of still pictures. 61
(Field/Frame)
Parental Lock To turn the parental lock function on or off. 61
Remote Confirmation To turn on or off the confirmation beeper 63
<> announcing when each remote command
received.
Title Stop To turn on or off a feature that automatically 63
stops playback after a title has been viewed.
Priority Contents To select the playback priority between DVD 63
video signals and NUON game signals.
On-screen Language СРУБ To install the initial system setting. 63
TV Shape
Audio Out Select
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| Block Level NRML :
TV Shape =>
4:3 Letterbox: Select when a standard 4:3 TV is
connected.
Displays theatrical images with
masking bars above and below the
picture.
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is
connected.
Displays pictures cropped to fill
your TV screen. Either or both
sides of the picture are cut off.
16:9 Widescreen: Select when a 16:9 wide TV is
connected.
Notes
* The displayable picture size is preset on the DVD video
disc. Therefore, the playback picture of some DVD
video discs may not conform to the picture size you
select.
When you play DVD video discs recorded in the 4:3
picture size only, the playback picture always appears
in the 4:3 picture size regardless of the TV shape
setting.
If you select “16:9 Widescreen” and you own a 4.3 TV
set, the DVD playback picture will be horizontally
distorted during playback. Images will appear to be
horizontally compressed. Always be sure that your TV
shape conforms to the actual TV in use.
Blacker than Black ó>
Off: For normal use.
On: Select when you adjust the black level of your
TV using a commercially available test disc that
contains adjustment signals.
Black Level >
Set to your preference and monitor's ability.
Enhanced: Expanded black level. (0 IRE)
Normal: Standard black level. (7.5 IRE)
Dynamic Range Control On
Kargoke Vocal Off
CD Attenuation Of
Audio Out Select
Select the output sound format corresponding to your
system connection.
For details of sound recording systems, see [43).
Bitstream: Select when connected to an amplifier
equipped with a Dolby Digital or DTS
decoder. [21)(22)
The DVD video player outputs digital
audio information in the bitstream
format when you play a DVD video disc
recorded on the Dolby Digital or DTS
recording system.
Analog 2ch: Select when connected to a TV, or
Dolby Pro Logic or stereo system via
the analog audio jacks. 18) 19) 21)
PCM: Select when connected to a 2 channel
digital stereo amplifier. (23)
The DVD video player outputs sounds
in the PCM 2ch format when you play a
DVD video disc recorded on the Dolby
Digital, MPEG1 or MPEG2 recording
system.
Dynamic Range Control
Off: Full dynamic range is maintained.
On: Dynamic range is reduced.
Notes
This function works only during playback of Dolby
Digital recorded discs.
The level of Dynamic Range Reduction may differ
depending on the DVD video disc.
Karaoke Vocal ©
Off: The primary vocal is not output.
On: The primary vocal is output when it is recorded
on the disc.
Notes
The vocal output feature is used during playback of
Dolby Digital (multi-channel) recorded DVD KARAOKE
discs. This feature allows you to turn off vocal audio
tracks, or restore them for background accompaniment.
+ When playing KARAOKE, connect appropriate audio
equipment such as an amplifier to the DVD video
player.
CD Attenuation
HDCD enhances the output sound level of audio CD
by approximately 6 dB. As such, distortion may occur
in some connected products that are unable to
compensate for a wide range of input signal levels.
(e.g. TV, stereo receivers)
Off: For normal use.
On: Select when an HDCD sound is distorted. Sound
volume of an HDCD is lessened.
Disc Menu Language ENG
Audio Language ENG
Subtitle Language — ---
On-Screen Language |
English: To view on-screen displays in English.
Francais: To view on-screen displays in French.
Español: To view on-screen displays in Spanish.
Disc Menu Language
English: To display disc menus in English.
French: To display disc menus in French.
Spanish To display disc menus in Spanish.
Others: To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow
steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list (64).
2) Select the first character by moving the cursor
control (A/V).
3) Move the cursor control (</») to shift and
select the second character by moving the
cursor control (A/V).
Language
On-Screen Language ENG
English
French
Spanish
Audio Language
Subtitle Language —--
4) Press the ENTER button.
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Some DVD video discs may not include your pre-
selected language. In this case, the DVD video player
automatically displays disc menus consistent with the
disc's initial language setting.
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Setting details
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“Audio Language
English: To play sound tracks in English.
French: To play sound tracks in French.
Spanish: To play sound tracks in Spanish.
Others: To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow
steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list (64).
2) Select the first character by moving the cursor
control (à / Y).
3) Move the cursor control (</ ») to shift and
select the second character by moving the
cursor control (A/V).
language
On-Screen Language ENG
Disc Menu Language ENG | | French
Audio tonguoge:-. ANO: || Sponish
Subtitle Language — --- | Cars:
English
4) Press the ENTER button.
Note
Some DVD video discs may be played in a different
language than you selected. A prior language may be
programmed on the disc.
Subtitle Language
English: To display subtitles in English.
French: To display subtitles in French.
Spanish: To display subtitles in Spanish.
No Subtitle: To disable subtitles.
Others: To make a further choice.
After pressing the ENTER button,
follow steps 1) - 4) below.
1) Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred
language from the list (64).
2) Select the first character by moving the cursor
control (A/V).
3) Move the cursor control (</ ») to shift and
select the second character by moving the
cursor control (A/V).
Language
On-Screen Language ENG | | English
Disc Menu Language ENG || French
Spanish
4) Press the ENTER button.
Notes
* Some DVD video discs may be set to display subtitles
in a different language than you selected. A prior
subtitle language may be programmed on the disc.
* Some DVD video discs allow you to change subtitle
selections only via the disc menu. If this is the case,
press the MENU button and choose the appropriate
subtitle language from the selection on the disc menu.
Display
Background Gray
Screen Saver On
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| Parental Lock Off
| Remote Confirmation On
Title Stop Off
Priority Contents
DVD
On-Screen Displays ">>
Off: Operational modes (e.g. “Play”, * 2%”) are not
displayed.
On: Operational modes (e.g. “Play”, “ 2”) are
displayed on-screen.
Background
Blue: Blue background.
Gray: Gray background.
Capture: To use a picture you sampled and stored in
the memory using the Capture feature [52)
as a background.
Jacket: To use the jacket picture included on some
discs as a background. If it is not included,
a gray background will be substituted.
Original: To erase a picture you stored in the
memory and use an original picture in the
DVD video player.
Notes
« Selecting “Original” erases a picture you stored in the
memory. No operations are permitted in process of
storage of an original picture.
* “Original” is automatically changed to “Capture” when
you store an original picture in the memory.
* While playing an audio CD, you cannot view a picture
you stored, even though “Capture” is selected.
Screen Saver
Off: The screen saver is disengaged.
On: The screen saver operates.
Pause/Still
Auto: For normal use. Still and fast motion images
can be paused.
Frame: The resolution of still pictures is improved,
so that you can make a motionless picture
more clearer when you pause it.
Parental Lock
DVD video discs equipped with the parental lock
function are rated according to their content. The
contents allowed by a parental lock level and the way
a DVD video disc can be controlled may vary from
disc to disc. For example, if the disc allowed you
could edit out violent scenes unsuitable for children
and replace them with more suitable scenes, or lock
out playback of the disc altogether.
+ DVD video discs may or may not respond to the
parental lock settings. This is not a defect in the DVD
video player. Make sure this function works with your
DVD video discs.
Off: The parental lock feature does not function.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow step 1)
below.
On: To activate the parental lock feature or change
the settings.
After pressing the ENTER button, follow steps
1) - 3) below.
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1) Press the number buttons to create a personal
4-digit security code, then press the ENTER
button.
If you make a mistake before pressing the
ENTER button, press the CLEAR button and
enter your 4-digit security code again.
2) Enter the code of a country/area whose
standards were used to rate the DVD video
disc, referring to the list below.
Country/Area Code
AUSTRALIA AU
BELGIUM BE
CANADA CA
CHINA CN
CHINA HONG KONG HK
DENMARK DK
FINLAND Fl
FRANCE FR
GERMANY DE
INDONESIA ID
ITALY IT
JAPAN JP
MALAYSIA MY
NETHERLANDS NL
NORWAY NO
PHILIPPINES PH
RUSSIAN FEDERATION RU
SINGAPORE sa
SPAIN ES
SWEDEN SE
SWITZERLAND CH
TAIWAN TW
THAILAND TH
UNITED KINGDOM GB
UNITED STATES US
a) Select the first character by moving the
cursor control (A/V).
b) Move the cursor control (</ ») to shift and
select the second character by moving the
cursor control (A/V).
c) Press the ENTER button.
3) Move the cursor control (A / Y) to select the
parental lock level, then press the ENTER
button.
Operation
Pause/Still Auto
Remote Confirmation On
Title Stop Off Level £
Priority Contents DVD
You cannot play DVD video discs rated higher than
the level you selected unless you cancel the parental
lock function.
For example, when you select level 7, discs rated
higher than level 7 are locked out and cannot be
played.
The parental lock level is equivalent to the following
USA movie ratings.
Leve! 7: NC-17
Level 6: R
Level 4: PG 13
Level 3: PG
Level 1:G
The parental lock levels for other countries/areas
than U.S. are included for future use. Check the
appropriate parental lock level when you buy a DVD
video disc equipped with the parental lock feature in
the future.
HB To change the parental lock level
Follow steps 1) - 3).
H To change your 4-digit security code
1) After selecting “On” or “Off,” press the STOP
button four times, then press the ENTER
button.
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The 4-digit security code is cleared.
2) Press the number buttons to create a new
4-digit security code.
3) Press the ENTER button.
Remote Confirmation
Off: The beeper does not sound.
On: The beeper sounds with each remote operation.
Title Stop
Off: The DVD video player continues after playback
of a title is completed.
On: The DVD video player stops after playback of a
title is completed.
Priority Contents
Select the playback priority between DVD video
signals and NUON game signals when playing a disc
that contains both DVD video signals and NUON
game signals.
DVD: DVD video signals take priority over NUON
game signals.
NUON: NUON game signals take priority over DVD
video signals.
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Initial Setup
1) Move the cursor control (A / V) to select “On-
Screen Language,” and press the ENTER
button.
2) Select a language moving the cursor control
(A/ Y), and press the ENTER button.
See page [59), “On-screen Language.”
3) Make your selection in the same manner as
step 1) then step 2).
See page [58), “TV Shape.”
See page (58), “Audio Out Select.”
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| Table of languages and their abbreviations
Abbreviation | Language Abbreviation | Language Abbreviation | Language
—-—— No alternate GN Guarani PT Portuguese
language GU Gujarati QU Quechua
CHI (ZH) Chinese HA Hausa RM Rhaeto-Romance
DUT (NL) Dutch HI Hindi RN Kirundi
ENG (EN) English HR Croatian RO Rumanian
FRE (FR) French HU Hungarian RU Russian
GER (DE) | German HY Armenian RW Kinyarwanda
ITA (IT) Italian IA Interlingua SA Sanskrit
JPN (JA) Japanese IE Interlingue SD Sindhi
KOR (KO) | Korean IK Inupiak SG Sango
MAY (MS) | Malay IN Indonesian SH Serbo-Croatian
SPA (ES) Spanish IS Icelandic SI Singhalese
AA Afar IW Hebrew SK Slovak
AB Abkhazian Ji Yiddish SL Slovenian
AF Afrikaans JW Javanese SM Samoan
AM Amharic KA Georgian SN Shona
AR Arabic KK Kazakh SO Somali
AS Assamese KL Greenlandic SQ Albanian
AY Aymara KM Cambodian SR Serbian
AZ Azerbaijani KN Kannada SS Siswati
BA Bashkir KS Kashmiri ST Sesotho
BE Belorussian KU Kurdish SU Sundanese
BG Bulgarian KY Kirghiz SV Swedish
BH Bihari LA Latin SW Swahlli
Bl Bislama LN Lingala TA Tamil
BN Bengali, Bangla LO Laotian TE Telugu
BO Tibetan LT Lithuanian TG Tajik
BR Breton LV Latvian, Lettish TH Thai
CA Catalan MG Malagasy T Tigrinya
CO Corsican Mi Maori TK Turkmen
CS Czech MK Macedonian TL Tagalog
CY Welsh ML Malayalam TN Setswana
DA Danish MN Mongolian TO Tongan
DZ Bhutani MO Moldavian TR Turkish
EL Greek MR Marathi TS Tsonga
EO Esperanto MT Maltese TT Tatar
ET Estonian MY Burmese TW Twi
EU Basque NA Nauru UK Ukrainian
FA Persian NE Nepali UR Urdu
Fl Finnish NO Norwegian UZ Uzbek
FJ Fiji OC Occitan VI Vietnamese
FO Faroese OM (Afan) Oromo VO Volapuk
FY Frisian OR Oriya WO Wolof
GA Irish PA Panjabi XH Xhosa
GD Scottish Gaelic PL Polish YO Yoruba
GL Galician PS Pashto, Pushto ZU Zulu
ON games and peripherals
You can play a NUON game or operate NUON peripherals on this DVD video
player.
| NUON™ and the NUON logo are trademarks of VM Labs, Inc. |
E Playing a NUON game disc or NUON peripheral
Caution
+ Please do not play games in a darkened room and
maintain a distance of 10 feet from the TV.
« For your health, please take 10 — 20 minutes break
every hour.
* Please refrain from viewing when you do not feel well.
« Bright flashes can cause some people to experience
temporary convulsions and can even cause
unconsciousness. If you should experience such
phenomena, please see a doctor.
+ Please see a doctor before playing the game if you
have any health problems.
H Preparation
1 Press POWER on the DVD video player to turn the
power off.
2 Push the cover of the NUON port on the DVD video
player to open.
3 Connect a NUON game pad or a NUON peripheral
to the NUON port.
Make a firm connection matching the shapes of the
port and the connector.
4 Turn on the NUON peripheral if connected.
5 Press POWER on the DVD video player to turn the
power on.
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Insert a NUON disc into the DVD video
player.
If you insert a NUON disc that contains NUON
game signals only, the game starts. No need to
follow the steps below.
Play the game using a connected NUON game
pad or the remote control.
Some buttons on the remote control can be used.
See “Buttons on the remote control to play a NUON
game” (66).
Press NUON on the remote control
during stop.
The following menu appears.
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Play Enhanced Disc:
To play a NUON game using a disc that contains
both DVD video signal and NUON game signal.
Select this, then press ENTER.
The NUON game starts.
Available Applications:
To play a connected NUON peripheral.
Select your NUON peripheral moving the cursor
control (</ ») then press ENTER.
Refer to the instructions of the connected NUON
peripheral to operate.
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ON games and peripherals (continued)
Playing a NUON game disc or NUON peripheral (continued)
Notes
» Pressing NUON button during a NUON game play displays a
menu if it is contained in the playing NUON disc or in the
connected NUON peripheral.
If you have set “Priority Contents” to “NUON” (63), you can
start a NUON game without displaying the menu in step 2.
While playing a NUON game or operating connected NUON
peripherals:
— the DVD video player will not receive most commands by
the buttons on the front panei or the remote control (except
those described below and the POWER button and OPEN/
CLOSE button).
— follow the operating instructions of the game or the
peripherals, even for the purpose of viewing DVD video
signals contained in a disc together with NUON game
signals.
— the DVD video player may not work according to your
setting.
— brightness control by the FL DIMMER button is reset to
normal.
EM Buttons on the remote control to play a NUON
game
For details on the functions, refer to the instructions of
the NUON game disc.
PLAY
The ENTER button functions as an A button.
The PLAY button functions as a start key.
Note
Depending on the NUON game or peripheral, these buttons
may not operate properly. In such a case, use other control
devices applicable to NUON games.
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Symptoms and correction
Symptom Cause Correction Page
No power. + The power plug is disconnected. * Connect the power plug securely into the 18
wall outlet.
The DVD video player turned | + The automatic power off function turned * Press the PLAY button. 27
off by itself. the unit off.
No picture. * The TV is not set to receive DVD signal * Select the appropriate video input mode 26
output. | on the TV so the picture from the DVD
video player appears on the TV screen.
* The video cable is not connected securely. | « Connect the video cable securely into the | 18,19
appropriate jacks.
No sound. * The equipment connected with the audio * Select the correct input mode of the 26
cable is not set to receive DVD signal audio receiver so you can listen to the
output. sound from the DVD video player.
* The audio cable is not connected securely. | * Connect the audio cable securely into 18-23
| the appropriate jacks.
* The audio receiver or TV is turned off. * Turn on the equipment connected with 26
the audio cable.
* The setting of output sound format is * Select the proper audio setting. 42, 56
incorrect. 58
The playback picture has « The disc is dirty. + Eject the disc and clean it. 9
occasional distortion. + It is in fast forward or fast reverse * Sometimes a small amount of picture —
playback. distortion may appear. This is not a
malfunction.
Brightness is unstable or * The effect of copy protection. * Connect the DVD video player directly to 18
noises are present in the the TV. Avoid connecting the DVD video
playback pictures. player to a VCR or TV/VCR combination.
The DVD video player does * No disc is inserted. * Insert a disc. 26
not start playback. « An unplayable disc is inserted. + Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc 10
type and color system.)
* The disc is placed upside down. + Place the disc with the playback side 26
down.
+ The disc is not placed within the guide. * Place the disc correctly inside the guide 26
on the disc tray.
* The disc is dirty. * Clean the disc. 9
* The parental lock function is set. * Cancel the parental lock function or 56, 61
change the parental lock level.
Playback does not follow the | + Itis in the mode of repeat playback, * These operations may prevent a proper —
course of the disc's program. memory playback, etc. progress of the contents.
Buttons do not work. * Power supply fluctuations or other * Turn the power on or off with the POWER —
abnormalities such as static electricity may button. Or disconnect the power plug and
interrupt correct operations. insert it into the wall outlet again.
The remote control does not | + The remote control is not pointed at the * Point the remote control at the remote 15
work properly. remote sensor of the DVD video player. sensor of the DVD video player.
* The remote control is too far from the DVD | « Operate the remote control within about 15
video player. 7 m.
* The batteries in the remote control are * Replace the batteries with new ones. 15
exhausted.
ecifications
| DVD video player / outputs / supplied accessories
DVD Video Player
Power supply
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
17W
Mass
3.0 kg
External dimensions
430 x 81 x 305 mm (W/H/D)
Signal system
Standard NTSC
Laser
Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650 nm
Frequency range
DVD linear sound : 48 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 22 kHz
96 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 44 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio
More than 112 dB
Audio dynamic range
More than 105 dB
Harmonic distortion
Less than 0.002 %
Wow and flutter
Below measurable level (less than £0.001 % (W.PEAK))
Operating conditions
Temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C, Operation status: Horizontal
Outputs
Video output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Q, negative sync., pin jack x 1
S video output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Q, negative sync., Mini DIN 4-pin x 1
(C) 0.286 V (p-p), 75 Q
Component video output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Q, negative sync., pin jack x 1
(Ps)/(Pr) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Q, pin jack x 2
Audio output (BITSTREAM/PCM)
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Q, pin jack x 1
Audio output (ANALOG)
2.0 V (rms), 220 Q, pin jacks (L, R) x 1
Supplied Accessories
Audio/video cable .……….…..……..……………….……….
Remote control (SE-R0029) ..............
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» Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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LIMITED WARRANTY DVD VIDEO PLAYER
Toshiba America Consumer Products, Inc. (“TACP”)}, Toshiba Hawaii (“THI"} and Toshiba Canada Limited (“TCL") make the
following limited warranties. These limited warranties extend to original purchaser or any person receiving this set as a gift
from the original purchaser and to no other purchaser or transferee.
Limited Ninety (90) Day Warranty
TACP/THI warrant this product against defects in materials
or workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days after the
date of original retail purchase. During this period, TACP/
THI will repair or replace a defective product or part, at their
option, with a new or refurbished product or part without
charge to you. You must deliver the entire product to a
TACP/THI Authorized Service Station. You are responsible
for all transportation and insurance charges for the unit to
and from the Authorized Service Station. If you live in the
U.S.A. you may, at your option, return your DVD Unit to:
Toshiba America Consumer Products Inc.
Returns Center
1420C Toshiba Dr.
Lebanon, TN 37087
Upon receipt we will, at our option, exchange the DVD Unit
with a new or refurbished unit. Canadian consumers are
requested to contact TCL. In Hawaii consumers are
requested to contact THI.
Limited One (1) Year Warranty
TACP/THI further warrant the parts in this product against
defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one (1)
year after the date of original retail purchase. During this
period, TACP/THI will repair or replace a defective product
or part, at their option, with a new or refurbished product or
part without charge to you, except that if a defective part is
replaced after ninety (90) days from the date of the original
retail purchase you pay labor charges involved in the
replacement. You must also deliver the entire product to a
TACP/THI Authorized Service Station. You are responsible
for all transportation and insurance charges for the unit to
and from the Authorized Service Station. If you live in the
U.S.A. you may, at your option, return your DVD Unit to:
Toshiba America Consumer Products Inc.
Returns Center
1420C Toshiba Dr.
Lebanon, TN 37087
Upon receipt we will, at our option, exchange the DVD Unit
with a new or refurbished unit. Canadian Consumers are
requested to contact TCL. In Hawaii consumers are
requested to contact THI.
Rental Units
The warranty for rental units begin with the first rental or
thirty (30) days from the date of shipment to the rental firm,
whichever comes first.
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Commercial Units
Products sold and used for commercial use have a limited
ninety (90) day warranty for ail parts and labor.
Owner’s Manual
You should read the owner's manual thoroughly before
operating this product. You should complete and mail the
enclosed Demographic card within ten (10) days after you,
or the person who has given you this product as a gift,
purchased this product. This is one way to enable TACP to
provide you with better customer service and improved
products. Failure to return the card will not affect your rights
under this warranty.
Your Responsibility
The above warranties are subject to the following
conditions:
(1) You must retain your bill of sale or provide other proof of
purchase.
(2) You must notify a TACP/THI/TCL /Authorized Service
Station within thirty (30) days after you discover a
defective product or part.
(3) All warranty servicing of this product must be made by a
TACP/THI/TCL Authorized Service Station.
(4) U.S.A. warranties are effective only if the product is
purchased and operated in the Continental U.S.A. or
Puerto Rico.
(5) Labor service charges for set installation. Set up,
adjustment of customer controls and installation or
repair of antenna systems are not covered by this
warranty. Reception problems caused by inadequate
antenna systems are your responsibility.
(6) Warranties extend only to defects in materials or
workmanship as limited above and do not extend to any
product or parts which have been lost or discarded by
you or to damage to products or parts caused by
misuse, accident, damage caused by Acts of God, such
as lighting or fluctuations in electric power, improper
installation, improper maintenance or use in violation of
instructions furnished by us; or to units which have
been altered or modified without authorization of TACP/
THI/TCL or to damage to products or part thereof which
have had the serial number removed, altered, defaced
or rendered illegible.
(7) Should you elect to return your DVD Unit to TACP after
the ninety (90) days and within one (1) year, or after the
warranty period has expired: Call (800)-631-3811 to
receive information concerning an exchange price.
Payment must be enclosed with product in the form of a
certified check or money order including reason for
return.
Physically damaged DVD Units are not acceptable for
repair or exchange whether in or out of warranty and
will be returned as received.
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How to Obtain Warranty Service
(1) Refer to the troubleshooting guide in your owner's manual. This check list may solve your problem.
(2) Inthe U.S.A., only call the TACP toll free number 800-631-3811, or if in Hawaii or Canada see listing below within (30)
days after you find a defective product or part.
(3) Arrange for the delivery of the product to the TACP/THI/TCL Authorized Service Station or TACP Return Center.
Products shipped to the Service Station must be insured and safely and securely packed, preferably in the original
shipping carton, and a letter explaining the defect and also a copy of the bill of sale or other proof of purchase must be
enclosed.
In the Continental United States contact: in Hawaii contact: In Canada contact:
Toshiba Hawaii Inc. Consumer Electronics Group Consumer Electronics Group
327 Kamakee Street 191 McNabb Street 22171 Fraserwood Way
Honolulu, HA 96814 Markham, Ontario L3R 8H2 Richmond, B.C. V6W 1J5
Toll Free (808)-521-5377 (905)-470-5400 (604)-303-2500
800-631-3811
Consumer Electronics Group
1643 North Service Road
Droval, QC HIP 1J1
(514)-856-4100
All warranties implied by state law, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
expressly limited to the duration of the limited warranties set forth above. With the exception of any warranties implied by state
law as hereby limited, the foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, guarantees, agreements and
similar obligations of manufacturer or seller with respect to the repair or replacement of any parts. In no event shall TACP/THI
be liable for consequential or incidental damages.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these warranties in
any manner whatsoever. The time within which an action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of TACP/THI arising
under the warranty or under any statute, or law of the United States or any state thereof, is hereby limited to ninety (90) days
from the date you discover or should have discovered, the defect. This limitation does not apply to implied warranties arising
under state law.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. Some
states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, when an action may be brought, or the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above provisions may not apply to you.
ATTENTION CANADIAN CONSUMERS:
Canadian consumers are requested to complete the special Canadian “Warranty Registration Form” enclosed, and forward
this completed form with a copy of bill of sale to TOSHIBA OF CANADA to “Register and Validate” their warranty. Product
must be purchased from an Authorized Canadian Dealer. Products purchased in the U.S.A. and used in Canada are not
covered by these warranties.
IMPORTANT: PACKING AND SHIPPING INSTRUCTION
When you send the product to a Service Station, you must use the original carton box and packing material, then insert the
original carton box containing the unit into another carton using more packing material.
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