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RCA RTD750 User Manual | Manualzz

Home Theater

Music Jukebox

User’s Guide

Changing Entertainment. Again.

RTD750

Important Information

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO

NOT OPEN

This symbol indicates that this product incorporates double insulation between hazardous mains voltage and user accessible parts. When servicing use only identical replacement parts.

This symbol indicates "dangerous voltage" inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury.

This symbol indicates important instructions accompanying the product.

WARNING

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

CAUTION

FCC Regulations state that unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate it.

Caution: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.

Attention: Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqú au fond.

Refer to the identification/rating label located on the back panel of your product for its proper operating voltage.

Product Registration

Please fill out the product registration card (included in this guide) and return it immediately. Registering allows us to contact you if needed.

Product Information

Keep your sales receipt to obtain warranty parts and service and for proof of purchase. Attach it here and record the serial and model numbers in case you need them.

The numbers are located on the back of the product.

Model No.: _______________________________________________________________________

Serial No. ________________________________________________________________________

Purchase Date: ___________________________________________________________________

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CAUTION

THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE

OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR

PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES

OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN

MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS

RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN

COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR

YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO

QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

Note:

This DVD player is designed and manufactured to respond to the Region Management Information. If the Region number of a DVD disc does not correspond to the Region number of this DVD player, this player cannot play the disc. The Region number for this DVD player is Region No 4.

CLASS 1

LASER

PRODUCT

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Connections and Setup

Things to Consider Before Connecting

Components ........................................................ 3

Cables to Connect Components to Your Home

Theater Music Jukebox ...................................... 3

Front of the Home Theater Music Jukebox ........... 4

Back of the Home Theater Music Jukebox ............ 5

Connecting your Home Theater Music Jukebox to a TV ................................................................. 6

Positioning your Speakers ....................................... 7

Connecting the Speakers ......................................... 8

Connecting the Antennas ........................................ 8

Connecting the Subwoofer...................................... 8

Put Batteries in the Remote Control ...................... 9

Turn on the TV and Home Theater Music

Jukebox ............................................................... 9

Using the Remote Control to Choose On-screen

Menu Items ......................................................... 9

What Is The Setup Process? .................................. 10

Running Quick Start .............................................. 10

Welcome Screen .................................................. 10

Completing Quick Start ......................................... 11

Internet ................................................................ 11

Network Access ................................................... 11

Dial-up ISP ........................................................... 11

Internet Login Info ............................................. 12

IP Address ............................................................ 12

Static IP Address .................................................. 12

Dialing Preferences ............................................. 12

The Buttons on the Remote Control .................... 13

Chapter 2: Music Features

Playing Music ......................................................... 15

Selecting and Listening to a Music Title ............ 15

Sorting Music by Artist, Title, Song, or

Alphabetically ............................................... 15

Navigating the Music Player Screen .................. 15

Recording Music ..................................................... 16

Music Compression and MP3 Audio Quality ..... 16

Recording Music from a CD ................................ 16

Recording Music from an External Audio

Device ............................................................ 16

Managing Music ..................................................... 17

Changing the View Mode .................................. 17

Creating a New Playlist ....................................... 17

Editing a Playlist .................................................. 18

Deleting a Playlist ............................................... 18

Creating a New Music Group ............................. 18

Editing a Music Group ........................................ 18

Deleting a Music Group ...................................... 19

Changing the Play Mode .................................... 19

Deleting Music .................................................... 19

Editing the Names of Tracks ............................... 20

Editing Disc Information .................................... 20

Chapter 3: Movie Features

Playing Movies ........................................................ 21

Managing Movies ................................................... 21

Creating a New Movie Group ............................ 21

Editing a Movie Group ....................................... 21

Deleting a Movie Group ..................................... 21

Getting Movie Info ............................................. 22

Editing Movie Disc Info ...................................... 22

Deleting Movies .................................................. 22

Chapter 4: Radio Features

AM/FM Radio ......................................................... 23

Playing Music ...................................................... 23

Autotuning AM/FM Stations .............................. 23

Adding a New AM/FM Station ........................... 23

Editing an AM/FM Station .................................. 24

Deleting a Radio Station .................................... 24

Internet Radio ......................................................... 25

Playing Music ...................................................... 25

Getting Internet Radio Info ............................... 25

Adding a New Internet Station .......................... 25

Editing an Internet Station ................................ 26

Deleting an Internet Station .............................. 26

Creating a New Radio Group ............................. 26

Editing a Radio Group ........................................ 26

Deleting a Radio Group ...................................... 27

Transferring Music to a Portable Player .............. 27

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Chapter 5: Advanced Features

Advanced Settings.................................................. 29

User Information ................................................. 29

Network Configuration ...................................... 30

Preferences .......................................................... 31

Audio and Video Settings .................................. 32

Security and Parental Controls ........................... 34

Utilities ................................................................ 35

Chapter 6 : Additional Information

Troubleshooting ...................................................... 39

Remote Control Problems ...................................... 39

Care and Cleaning .................................................. 40

Service Information ............................................... 40

Programming the Remote to Operate

Other Components ........................................... 41

Find Out If You Need to Program the

Remote .......................................................... 41

Programming the Remote .................................. 41

How to Use the Remote After You’ve

Programmed It .................................................. 42

Code List ................................................................. 43

Compatible Optional USB Keyboards ................... 45

How to Find Your TV’s Video Input Channel ....... 46

Video Input Channel Variations ......................... 46

FCC Declaration of Conformity and Industry

Canada Information ......................................... 47

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Things to Consider Before Connecting Components

Protect Components From Power Surges

• Connect all components before plugging any power cords into the wall outlet.

• Always turn off the TV and other components before you connect or disconnect any cables.

Position Cables to Avoid Audio Hum or Interference

• Insert all cable plugs firmly into their jacks.

• Place any Audio/Video (A/V) cables to the side(s) of the TV’s back panel instead of straight down the back after connecting components.

• Try not to coil any twin-lead cables and keep them away from all A/V cables as much as possible.

• Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to the Safety Tips sheet packed with your unit for detailed information.

Protect Components From Overheating

• Never block ventilation slots in any component. Arrange the components so that air can circulate freely.

• Do not stack components.

• Allow adequate ventilation when placing components in a stand.

• Place an amplifier or other hot component on the top shelf of a stand so heated air rising from it will not flow around other components.

Cables to Connect Components to Your Home Theater Music Jukebox

The pictures below show the cables that can be used for the connections represented in this book.

Audio/Video cables (included) S-Video cable (included) Component Video (Y•Pb•Pr) cables

Modem cable (included) Digital Optical cable

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Front of the Home Theater Music Jukebox

1.

POWER indicator — Indicates when the unit is on or in standby.

2.

POWER — Toggles the unit between on and standby.

3.

PHONES jack — Allows you to connect headphones for private listening.

4.

Arrow buttons — Move the on-screen highlight, and enter data such as letters or numbers in certain menus.

5.

USB jack — Allows you to connect an optional keyboard or other USB device.

6.

SELECT — Selects menu choices when they are highlighted.

7.

RECORD — Starts recording MP3s.

8.

Reverse and Forward buttons — Search forward or backward during playback.

9.

Display

10.

Disc tray

11.

Eject — Ejects the disc tray.

12.

Stop — Stops the current function (record, play, etc.).

13. Play / Pause — Plays or pauses playback.

14. S-Video input jack — Allows you to connect an S-video component.

15.

MENU — Displays the on-screen menu system.

16. VCR2 audio/video input jacks — Allows you to connect an external video component, such as a camcorder or video game system.

17.

VOLUME — Raises and lowers the volume of the speakers.

18. CLEAR — Removes any menu or display from the screen and returns you to normal viewing. Also clears on-screen menu item entries.

19. SOURCE — Toggles between the available input sources (VCR, satellite, aux, etc.).

20.

GUIDE — Displays the Music, Movie, or Radio Guides.

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Back of the Home Theater Music Jukebox

When connecting, make sure you connect Output jacks to Input jacks, Video to Video, Right Audio to Right Audio, etc. A description of each jack follows.

Description of Jacks

1.

ETHERNET — Connects to your home network or router using an Ethernet cable.

2.

MODEM — Connects to your home telephone wiring for dial-up access.

3.

Component Video Out jacks — If your TV has component video input jacks, connect to your TV for optimum quality.

4.

S-VIDEO OUT jacks — If your TV has an S-Video jack, connect to your TV for better picture quality than using the VIDEO jack.

5.

S-VIDEO IN jacks — If your TV has an S-Video jack, connect to an S-Video component.

6.

VIDEO IN and OUT jacks — Allows you to connect a standard video component and send the signal to your TV.

7.

Audio Input jacks (VCR, SAT, TV, AUX) — Connects to your audio input sources.

8.

DIGITAL AUDIO IN/OUT jacks — Connects to your digital audio input sources and connects your jukebox to a receiver or decoder with Dolby

Digital capability using a digital connection.

9.

ANTENNA jacks — Allow you to connect AM/FM antennas for better radio reception.

10.

Speaker jacks

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TV

VIDEO

R

AUDIO

L / MONO

IN

L

OUT

S-VIDEO

HOME THEATER

MUSIC JUKEBOX

1A

The back of your TV might not look exactly like the one shown here.

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Connecting your Home Theater Music Jukebox to a TV

1. Connect the Music Jukebox to the TV

A.

Connect audio/video cables to the AUDIO OUT R and L jacks on the back of the Music Jukebox (color coded, red and white), and to the VIDEO

OUT jack (yellow). Connect the other ends of the cables to the corresponding input jacks on the TV (sometimes labeled VIDEO, AUDIO L/MONO, and AUDIO R).

Note: If your TV has an S-Video input or component video input, we recommend you make the video connection by using these jacks instead. Remember to connect audio cables for these connections as S-Video and component video only carry the picture signal, not the sound.

2. Connect the telephone line or Ethernet cable to the Music Jukebox.

Connect the telephone line cord or Ethernet cable from the wall jack to the MODEM or ETHERNET jack on your Music Jukebox.

Very Important: You must connect a telephone line or Ethernet cable to use most of the features of this unit. If the Music Jukebox can’t connect to the OpenGlobe server, you won’t be able to acess artist information, CD cover art, buy CDs from OpenGlobe services, etc.

3. Plug the power cord into the power jack on the back of the Music Jukebox and the other end into an AC outlet.

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Positioning your Speakers

Your system is equipped with Dolby Digital & Digital Theatre System, which enable the unit to reproduce sound effects as they were intended.

However, the speakers must be properly positioned and balanced. In order to enjoy Dolby & Digital Theatre System -enhanced sound quality, five speakers are preferred: One center speaker, left and right main speakers, rear left and right speakers, and an optional subwoofer. However, if your front speakers are small speakers, then a subwoofer is essential or you will not be able to enjoy enhanced bass effects. Below are a few suggestions for the set up:

1. The two main speakers should be set between six and ten feet apart. Putting them any closer or farther apart may result in less satisfactory sound.

2. Try to align center speaker and two main speakers, or set the center speaker slightly behind the left and right main speakers, otherwise the surround effect may be less satisfactory.

3. Aim the rear speakers directly at the two main speakers, matching height to height. If the room is sparsely decorated, slightly tilt the speakers down to increase sound quality. If the room is densely decorated, face the speakers towards the rear wall at the ceiling. For more information on speaker setup, please refer to Connecting the Speakers on the next page.

Main

Left

Center

TV

Main

Right

Rear

Left

Rear

Right

Here is an example of how you could positon your speakers.

There are many possible options, and you may want to experiment to find the right balance for you.

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Connecting the Speakers

At least two front speakers (left and right) are required. For better sound quality, Center speaker, rear speak-ers and Subwoofer are pre-ferred. Adding center and rear speakers will enhance surround effects. Adding a Subwoofer will increase bass response. If you want to enjoy full range of sound effects, with small speakers, it is a must to use the subwoofer with the speakers to maintain adequate bass signal for the surround sound effect.

Speaker cords, 1 for each speaker, are needed for connection. Twist the stripped ends of speaker cord about 2/3 inch (15 mm). Press down on the tab to open the terminal and insert the wire. Snap the tab closed. To ease speaker connections, the speaker cords and the terminals are color-coded into:

Red/Black (Main Speakers), Blue/Black (Center Speaker) and Grey/ Black (Rear Speakers). When con-necting the speakers, make sure the colors of speak-er wires and terminals are matched. If the cords are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack bass.

Connecting the Antennas

The AM and FM antennas connect to the AM and FM terminals on the system’s back panel. They must be hooked up in order to receive clear reception.

Uncoil the antenna wires and locate the bare ends. Press down on the tab to open the terminal and insert the wire. Snap the tab closed. After connecting the antennas, extend them to their full length and adjust their positioning for better reception.

Connecting the Subwoofer

Connect the subwoofer with the audio cord (brown/ black) provided. If you want to connect your own powered subwoofer, a monoaural audio cord

(not supplied) is needed. This receiver offers a high flexibility for user to use a large variety of speakers and subwoofers. For more information please refer to section “Fine Setting of the Speakers” in “Advanced Sound Control” on page XX.

CENTER

SPEAKER

+ -

SUB WOOFER

+

MAIN SPEAKERS

RIGHT

+

LEFT

+

Blue/Black-colored jacks and wires

CENTER SUB WOOFER

Brown-colored jacks and wires

RIGHT

+

LEFT

+

SURROUND SOUND SPEAKERS

Red/Black-colored jacks and wires

Gray/Black-colored jacks and wires

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Put Batteries in the Remote Control

Insert the batteries matching the polarities (+ and –) on the batteries with the diagram in the battery compartment.

Important Battery Information

• If you’re not going to use the remote for a month or more, be sure to remove the batteries because they can leak and cause damage.

• Dispose of batteries in the proper manner, according to federal, state, and local regulations.

• Any battery may leak electrolyte if mixed with a different battery type, if inserted incorrectly, if all batteries are not replaced at the same time, if disposed of in fire, or if an attempt is made to charge a battery not intended to be recharged.

• Discard leaky batteries immediately. Leaking batteries can cause skin burns or other personal injury

Turn on the TV and Home Theater Music Jukebox

1. Turn on the TV (if the TV you’ve connected to the jukebox is an RCA, GE, or Proscan

TV, press the TV button on the remote packed with your unit).

2. Tune the TV to the correct Video Input Channel.

• If you used audio/video, S-video, or component video cables to connect your jukebox, tune the TV to its Video Input Channel (see page xx).

Using the Remote Control to Choose On-screen Menu Items

The technical term is “Navigation” – how you move through the on-screen menus. The theory is the same throughout the menu screens: highlight your choice and select it.

To highlight a menu item, press the arrow buttons on the remote or the keyboard. Use the up or down arrow button to move up or down. Use the right or left arrow button to move left or right.

To select the item that you’ve highlighted, press OK•SELECT.

Note: Highlighted means that the menu item stands out from the other menu items on the list

(usually represented by a colored box or circle around the choice).

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What Is The Setup Process?

To optimize your Home Theater Music Jukebox so that you can enjoy all of its capabilities, you will need to go through a setup procedure.

You will encounter two types of setup procedures. The first type of setup is Quick Start, and occurs automatically the first time you turn on the unit.

The second type of setup is one you can initiate at any time by pressing the SETUP button on your remote or keyboard. This particular setup allows you to customize user preferences, audio and video settings, changer management, communication port settings, security and parental controls, and more.

Running Quick Start

Welcome Screen

The Quick Start process begins with a welcome screen, with a description of how to navigate through the menus. Remember to press the OK/SELECT button on the remote to advance to the next screen. The next button is already highlighted by default.

If you have an Internet Service Provider (ISP), gather the following information:

• Dialing Number

• Login Name

• Login Password

• Name of ISP

The Music Jukebox has a simple interface menu so that you can easily select and configure your connection on an existing account. Most other ISPs are supported if they use standard PPP type connections. If you do not know if your ISP supports this standard

(Point to Point Protocol), simply call the provider and ask. If you do not have an Internet

Service Provider (ISP), please sign up for one before proceeding to step 3. # Press Power on the unit’s front panel or the MUSIC, MOVIES, or RADIO button on the remote.

Note:

CompuServe, and free Internet Service providers (ISPs) do not use standard, consistent methods of Internet connectivity and do not open their networks to outside users.

Therefore, these cannot be used with Music Jukebox unless you have a Broadband connection. Thomson has set up an out of the box offer with our EarthLink and OpenGlobe partners. You can sign up for EarthLink™s award winning ISP service for only $19.95 per month and receive the first 30 days free. To receive the offer, call EarthLink at 1-800-327-

8454. You must mention promo code 400065402 to receive this offer. Call OpenGlobe at

877-885-6392 with any questions regarding this offer.

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Completing Quick Start

Quick Start is a setup procedure that occurs automatically the first time you turn on the unit. You must be connected to the Internet to complete

Quick Start. It is a required procedure which presents a series of screens and menus that enable the Music Jukebox to perform the following:

• get additional information (CD cover art, music information)

• configure Internet Radio stations for your location

Each screen has a button bar at the bottom for accessing the previous or next page.

The arrow buttons on the keyboard or remote are used to highlight the items, while the OK/SELECT button is used to accept them. The default button on the Quick Start screens is the next button, which allows you to go directly to the next screen if the desired setting is already selected.

The next steps guide you through the Quick Start process.

Internet

This screen asks if you currently have an Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you do, yes is already highlighted, so just press OK/SELECT. If you don’t have an ISP, highlight no , and press OK/SELECT. The next screen has information about how to obtain an ISP.

Network Access

Which type of Internet connection do you have? Highlight dial-up modem or Ethernet and press OK/SELECT.

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Dial-up ISP

If you chose dial-up modem for your network connection access in the previous screen, you will be asked if you use CompuServe or or free ISPs to connect to the Internet. The

Digital Media Manager can’t use these ISPs. Highlight more information for more on how to obtain an ISP.

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Internet Login Info

If you are using a dial-up connection, enter the login name, password, and dial-up number for your ISP account.

The password will appear as visible text when the field is empty AND you are entering the password. Once you move from the password field or whenever you return to this screen, the password text is hidden.

Highlight next and press OK/SELECT to continue to the next screen.

Dialing Preferences

This screen allows you to select your dialing preferences, including dialing method, diailing prefix, and call waiting disable. Choose the desired settings and then highlight test connection and press OK/SELECT. The test results are displayed.

Highlight next, and press OK/SELECT to continue.

IP Address

If you are using an Ethernet connection, choose what kind of Internet Protocol Address your ISP supplies, and press OK/SELECT. If you don’t know, choose dynamic .

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Static IP Address

If you chose static in the previous screen, enter all of the IP information provided by your ISP. When finished, highlight next and press OK/SELECT.\

Note: All additional setup options are explained in Chapter 4.

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VCR1 ON • OFF TV

MOVIES AUX SAT•CABLE

MUSIC

CH•PAGE+

RADIO

MUTE

GUIDE

CH•PAGE-

GO BACK

INFO

OK

SELECT

MENU

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1 2 3

CLEAR

GHI JKL MNO

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7 8

INPUT

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REV•DEL PLAY FWD•SPACE

RECORD STOP PAUSE

MENU SUBTITLE ANGLE SURR

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The Buttons on the Remote Control

(0-9) Number buttons Selects channels up to 99 by pressing two number buttons.

Selects 3-digit channels by pressing and holding 1 until 1 – – appears on screen. Then press the other two numbers.

ANGLE Accesses various camera angles that might have been added to the disc when it was created.

Note: Currently, very few movies provide multiple camera angles.

Arrows Move the on-screen menu highlight, and enter data such as letters or numbers in certain menus.

AUX Puts the remote in AUX mode. Can also be programmed to operate some compatible products (TV, audio component, or satellite receiver/cable box).

CH + and – Selects next higher or lower channel in the channel list. Also selects the next/previous chapter or track when you’re playing a disc.

CLEAR Removes any menu or display from the screen and returns you to normal viewing. Also clears on-screen menu item entries.

DVD Turns on the unit and puts the remote in DVD mode. Likewise, you can change to

VCR mode by pressing the VCR1 button.

FORWARD Searches forward if pressed during playback. During play-pause mode in

DVD mode, starts slow-motion advance and each press of the button during slowmotion advance increases the speed incrementally.

GO BACK Returns you to the previous menu.

GUIDE Displays the Music, Movie, or Radio guides. Also displays the channel guide on some RCA, GE, and Proscan TVs and satellite receivers.

INFO Shows additional information for what is playing. Also, shows the status displays on screen of the VCR, TV, DVD player, etc. (whichever compatible component is set as the remote control’s active device).

INPUT In VCR or TV mode, selects between the Video Input Channels and the tuner.

Video Input Channel refers to the signal coming from the component connected to audio/video input jacks on the Jukebox or TV.

MENU Displays the on-screen menu system.

MOVIES Puts the unit in DVD mode and displays the Movie Guide.

MUSIC Puts the unit in music mode and displays the Music Guide.

MUTE Reduces the volume to a minimum level on some compatible products.

OK•SELECT When a menu is on the screen, selects the highlighted item.

ON•OFF Turns the unit on or off. Also turns other compatible components on or off.

PAUSE Pauses playback or recording modes. Press PAUSE again to return to active playback or recording.

Note: This remote operates most

RCA, GE, and Proscan products.

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PLAY Plays a DVD disc.

RADIO Puts the unit in radio mode and displays the Radio Guide.

RECORD Starts record mode on a compatible VCR.

REV•DEL Searches backward if pressed during playback. In DVD mode, searches backward on a DVD. Starts slow motion playback during play-pause mode with each press of the button decreasing the slow-motion speed.

SAT•CABLE Turns on a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan satellite receiver, puts the remote in satellite receiver or cable box mode, and can also be programmed to operate some compatible receivers or cable boxes.

SEARCH In VCR mode, displays Index and Zero Search menus.

STOP Stops the current function (record, playback, rewind, etc).

SUBTITLE In DVD mode, accesses the Subtitle part of the on-screen Info Display, and turns Subtitles on and off (if subtitles are available on the disc you are playing).

SURR (Surround) Allows you to change the surround sound settings while watching a movie.

TV Turns on a compatible RCA, GE, or Proscan TV and puts the remote in TV mode. Also used with the ON•OFF button to turn on/off a compatible

TV.

VCR1/VCR2 buttons Turn on the unit and put the remote control in VCR mode. Likewise, you can change to DVD mode by pressing the MOVIES button.

VOL < and > Raises and lowers the volume of some compatible products.

Using the INPUT Button

Use the INPUT button to scroll through the available Video Input Channels (VCR1 and VCR2). The Video Input Channels allow you to view images from a device connected to the unit (like a camcorder).

1. Make sure that the unit is turned ON.

2. Press the remote control’s INPUT button to tune to the Video Input Channel. VIDEO1 represents the rear

A/V jacks and VIDEO2 represents the front A/V jacks).

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Chapter 2: Music Features

Playing Music

The Home Theater Music Jukebox puts your entire music collection at your fingertips. In this section you’ll learn how to navigate the Music Player screen and sort, select, and listen to your favorite music. It’s as simple as cuing up something from your library, or putting in a CD to add something new to your collection. You’ll learn more about how to record new music to your library in the next chapter, but for now let’s look at how the player works.

Navigating the Music Player Screen

• Arrow buttons - Use the up and down arrow buttons to move the highlight from one track to another. The right and left buttons are not used on the Music Player screen.

• OK/SELECT - When a track is highlighted, stops playing the selected track and starts playing the highlighted track. You can also play the track by pressing the PLAY button.

• PAGE +, PAGE- - Scroll the music player track list one page at a time. Each page contains 12 different tracks. On a page that contains less than 12 tracks, the bottom rows will be empty.

• Number buttons - Enter a track number using the number buttons, then press the

SELECT button.

• INFO - Displays detailed track information (transport status, play mode, elapsed track time).

• RECORD - Starts recording an MP3. See the next chapter for details.

• PLAY, PAUSE, & STOP - Plays, pauses, or stops music. An onscreen status appears each time the button is pressed.

• FAST FORWARD & REWIND - Fast forward and rewind a through a track. Both stop when the beginning or end of a track is reached. An onscreen status appears each time the button is pressed.

There are a number of ways to play music:

• Open the disc tray and insert an audio CD. The Music Jukebox plays the CD, connects to the internet to identify the disc, loads the information into the music library, displays the track list, title artist, and cover art in the Music Player View.

• Use the MUSIC button on the remote. The Music Jukebox displays the Music Guide

View so that you can navigate and select an item.

Selecting and Listening to a Music Title

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote.

2. Press GUIDE. The Music Guide screen appears.

3. Use the left and right arrow buttons to highlight the group of your choice.

4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to highlight the desired music title.

5. Press SELECT or PLAY (the title tracks and cover art appear in the Player screen and the music plays.)

Sorting Music by Artist, Title, Song, or Alphabetically

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote.

2. Press GUIDE. The Music Guide screen appears.

3. To sort by artist, title, or song, press MENU (the screen toggles through a different view each time you press the key).

4. To sort alphabetically, press the button on the remote or keyboard for the desired letter.

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Recording Music

Music Compression and MP3 Audio Quality

When you create an MP3 file from a CD song, you compress the information so that it takes up less space on the hard drive. The compression technology can use varying sample rates of the song, or bit rates, in which it chooses which bits of musical infomation to keep and which to ignore.

At high bit rates, you can match the quality of the song very closely, which should be the goal for the best representation of the music.

The Jukebox’s default bit rate is 128kbps, which is near CD quality. Again, the higher the bit rate, the better the performance, so you’ll want to rip the song as close to 128kbps as possible. You can choose bit rates anywhere from 96kbps-320kbps. Keep in mind, however, that the higher the bit rate, the larger the MP3 file becomes and the more space it will use on the hard drive.

CD icon MP3 icon

Recording Music from a CD

Recording a CD to the Jukebox takes just 3 simple steps.

1. Insert a CD into the CD disc tray.

2. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard (all tracks appear with a check mark to the right to indicate they will be recorded).

• To remove any of the tracks, use the up and down arrow buttons to highlight a track, then press OK/SELECT to remove it.

• To remove or add all tracks, highlight the title of the CD and press GO BACK.

• To exit the Music Record screen, press CLEAR.

3. Press RECORD (all of the selected tracks are recorded to the hard drive).

Note: If a warning appears stating that there isn’t enough space on the hard drive, you will need to remove some of the songs, or make room on the hard drive.

• To cancel recording, press STOP. All tracks that have been completely “ripped” will be saved. Tracks that have been partially recorded or have not yet started will be deleted.

When recording is complete (or cancelled), the Music Guide screen will be displayed, with the newly recorded title highlighted.

4. Go ahead and record a couple of more tracks of different musical styles. This will be useful for understanding how to manage your music and find it easily later.

Note: Keep in mind that you may see two icons in the Music Guide screen for the same song/title if a

CD you just rcorded is in the disc tray, one for the CD and one for the MP3 stored on the hard drive.

Once you eject the CD, the CD icon will disappear.

Recording Music from an External Audio Device

This feature lets you record external audio sources (radio, tape, LPs) as MP3 files on the hard drive.

1. Connect your external device to the Home Theater Music Jukebox using the instructions in Chapter 1 and play the audio source you want to record.

2. Press RECORD (the unit recognizes the external device and the EXTERNAL RECORD

OPTIONS screen appears).

3. To start recording immediately, press RECORD again, or enter the artist and title information, etc. You may also want to set the record time (up to 80 minutes). To session is recorded as a single MP3 track on the hard drive.

When recording is complete (or cancelled), the Music Guide screen will be displayed, with the newly recorded title highlighted.

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Managing Music

You can easily manage your music through the Home Theater Music Jukebox’s Music Options feature. This set of screens allows you to create and manage playlists (lists of songs), look up and edit music information, and transfer or record music to portable players. In addition, Music Options allows you to adjust settings for random, repeat, audio effects, and speakers.

There are two screens of Music Options. The first screen appears when you press the MENU button while in Music mode. The second screen appears when you select more in the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU.

The VIEW MODE menu.

The Cover Art view mode.

Changing the View Mode

You can change how your music library appears in Music Guide. The choices include cover, track, artist, and title.

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

4. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

5. Highlight and select view mode (the VIEW MODE menu appears).

6. Highlight and select the view mode you want: cover — Sorts the list alphabetically by the cover art.

track — Sorts the list alphabetically by track name.

artist-title — Sorts the list alphabetically by artist.

title-artist — Sorts the list alphabetically by title.

7. Highlight and select save to save the setting.

• To cancel and exit this screen without changing the view mode, press CLEAR.

Creating a New Playlist

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select more (the MORE MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

4. Highlight and select new playlist (a screen appears so you can enter the name for the new playlist).

5. When you have finished, press OK/SELECT to continue (the Edit Playlist screen appears).

6. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to include in the playlist, and press OK/SELECT to checkmark them.

7. When finished, press RECORD to save the playlist.

Note: Up to 200 songs can be added to a single playlist or “favorites” playlist. There is no limitation to the number of playlists.

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The EDIT PLAYLIST screen.

Editing a Playlist

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press GUIDE (the Music Guide screen appears).

3. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the playlist you want to edit.

4. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

5. Highlight and select more (the MORE MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

6. Highlight and select edit playlist (a screen appears so you can change the name for the playlist, if you want You don’t have to change the name of the playlist to edit its contents).

7. Press OK/SELECT to continue (the EDIT PLAYLIST screen appears).

8. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to remove from the playlist, and press OK/SELECT to uncheck them.

9. When finished, press RECORD to save the updated playlist.

Deleting a Playlist

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select more (the MORE MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

4. Highlight and select delete playlist (the DELETE PLAYLIST screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the playlist(s) you want to delete and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected playlists. Don’t worry, the tracks won’t be deleted from the hard drive.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any playlists, press CLEAR.

Creating a New Music Group

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select new group (a screen appears so you can enter the name for the new group).

4. When you have finished, press OK/SELECT to continue (the Edit Music Group screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to include in the group, and press OK/SELECT to checkmark them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the group.

Editing a Music Group

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit group (a screen appears so you can change the name for the group, if you want. You don’t have to change the name of the group to edit its contents).

4. Press OK/SELECT to continue (the EDIT MUSIC GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to remove from the group, and press OK/SELECT to uncheck them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the updated group.

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Deleting a Music Group

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete group (the DELETE GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the group(s) you want to delete, and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected groups. Don’t worry, the tracks won’t be deleted from the hard drive.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any groups, press CLEAR.

Changing the Play Mode

This menu allows you to control the order of how the songs play using the normal, repeat, and shuffle play modes.

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

4. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

5. Highlight and select play mode (the PLAY MODE menu appears).

6. Highlight and select the play mode you want: normal — Plays the current title and then stops. Tracks are played in sequential order.

repeat track — Plays the current track repeatedly until stopped.

repeat title — Plays the current title repeatedly until stopped. Tracks are played in sequential order.

repeat group — Plays all titles in the current group repeatedly until stopped. Titles are played in sequential order.

shuffle title — Randomly plays all tracks within the current title until stopped. No track will be repeated until all tracks have been played.

shuffle group — Randomly plays all tracks and all titles within the current group until stopped. No track will be repeated until all tracks have been played.

7. Highlight and select save to save the setting.

• To cancel and exit this screen without changing the play mode, press CLEAR.

Deleting Music

This feature allows you to see how much storage space is left on the hard drive and lets you select songs you might want to delete.

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select more (the MORE MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

4. Highlight and select delete music (the DELETE MUSIC-INFO screen appears).

5. Review the summary of the hard drive information, then highlight and select continue (the DELETE MUSIC screen appears).

6. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the tracks you want to delete and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

7. When finished, press RECORD to delete the tracks from the hard drive.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any tracks, press CLEAR.

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Editing the Names of Tracks

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit tracks (the EDIT TRACKS screen appears).

4. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the track you want to edit and press OK/SELECT

(a cursor appears on the track name).

5. Enter the new track name.

6. Press RECORD to save the updated track name.

Editing Disc Information

This feature lets you edit the track information such as artist name, title, label name, and year of release. Or, you can have the Home Theater Music Jukebox contact the

OpenGlobe server.

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit disc (the EDIT DISC INFO screen appears).

4. Use the arrow button to move to the desired field (artist, title, label, year), then enter the information.

5. Move to genre and select the genre.

6. For more disc information, select lookup this disc, search for cover, or select cover.

Note: Choosing lookup this disc replaces any information you have already entered for this disc.

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Playing Movies

Not only can your Home Theater Music Jukebox store and manage thousands of your favorite music titles, but it can also play your favorite DVDs. It connects to the OpenGlobe server for movie information much the same way it does your music information and catalogs the information each time you put in a disc. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to use the features of the Music Jukebox to watch and manage your movie collection.

1. Open the disc tray and insert a DVD disc (the Music Jukebox plays the disc, connects to the internet to identify it, loads the information into the movie library, and displays the title, running time, and cover art in the Movie Guide).

2. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard (the Movie Guide screen appears).

3. Use the left and right arrow buttons to highlight the group of your choice.

4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to highlight the desired movie title.

5. Press OK/SELECT or PLAY (the music plays).

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Creating a New Movie Group

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIE OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select new group (a screen appears so you can enter the name for the new group).

4. When you have finished, press OK/SELECT to continue (the Edit Music Group screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to include in the group, and press OK/SELECT to checkmark them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the group.

Editing a Movie Group

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIE OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit group (a screen appears so you can change the name for the group, if you want. You don’t have to change the name of the group to edit its contents).

4. Press OK/SELECT to continue (the EDIT MOVIE GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what songs you want to remove from the group, and press OK/SELECT to uncheck them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the updated group.

Deleting a Movie Group

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIES OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete group (the DELETE GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the group(s) you want to delete, and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected groups. Don’t worry, the tracks won’t be deleted from the hard drive.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any groups, press CLEAR.

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Getting Movie Info

You can try to get movie info again for discs that couldn’t be identified during the initial search when you inserted the disc.

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIES OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select get movie info (the GET MOVIE INFO screen appears and begins searching the OpenGlobe server for the disc info. If the information is available, it will appear).

• To cancel and exit this screen without getting the info, press CLEAR.

Editing Movie Disc Info

This feature lets you edit the movie information such as the title, actors, and year of release. Or, you can have the Home Theater Music Jukebox contact the OpenGlobe server.

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIE OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit disc (the EDIT DISC INFO screen appears).

4. To connect to the OpenGlobe server for the disc info, highlight and select lookup this disc ( if the info is available, it will automatically fill in info).

4. To enter the disc information manually, use the arrow button to move to the desired field (title, actors, year), then enter the information.

5. Move to genre and select the genre.

Deleting Movies

1. Press the MOVIES button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MOVIE OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete movies (the DELETE MOVIES screen appears).

4. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the movies you want to delete and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

5. When finished, press RECORD to delete the movies from the Movie Guide.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any movies, press CLEAR.

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AM/FM Radio

Playing Music

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press GUIDE. The Radio Guide screen appears. If you entered the correct zipcode in the quick start process, you’ll see a list of radio station near you. If you don’t see any station listed, go to xx.

3. Highlight and select the radio station you want to hear or enter the radio station frequency using the number buttons (e.g. 100.5), then press OK/SELECT.

Note: If you have several stations listed, you can sort them by entering the frequency using the remote or keyboard.

Autotuning AM/FM Stations

Use this feature to auomatically set the available AM/FM radio stations.

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select auto tune am/fm (a screen appears to ask what radio band you want to tune).

4. Highlight and select am or fm (a confirmation screen appears) .

5. To continue, highlight and select ok (the unit searches for all the available stations).

To cancel, highlight and select cancel .

• To cancel and exit this screen without autotuning any stations, press CLEAR.

Adding a New AM/FM Station

This feature lets you add the station information such as name, location, call letters, and frequency.

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select new station (a screen appears to ask what kind of station you want to add).

4. Highlight and select am/fm (the NEW AM/FM STATION screen appears).

4. Use the arrow button to move to the desired field (name, location, call letters, frequency), then enter the information.

5. Move to genre and select the genre.

6. Move to band and select the radio band (am or fm).

7. When finished, highlight and select save to saving these settings.

• To cancel and exit this screen without adding a new station, press CLEAR.

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Editing an AM/FM Station

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit station (a screen appears so you can change the name for the station, if you want. You don’t have to change the name of the station to edit its contents).

4. Highlight and select continue (the EDIT AM/FM STATION screen appears).

5. Enter the new information.

6. When finished, highlight and select save to saving these settings.

• To cancel and exit this screen without editing the station information, press

CLEAR.

Deleting a Radio Station

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete stations (the DELETE STATION screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the station(s) you want to delete, and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected stations.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any stations, press CLEAR.

• If you ever accidently get into a screen you didn’t want to, press GUIDE to return the previous screen.

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Internet Radio

Internet radio allows you to connect to unlimited radio stations on the internet, all over the world. The majority of the stations are run by people in their own homes, using their own preference for music, so you can find everything from one station that caters only to 80s music, to stations broadcasting only songs from one artist.

Playing Music

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press GUIDE. The Radio Guide screen appears.

3. Highlight and select the internet radio station you want to hear.

Getting Internet Radio Info

Use this feature to auomatically set the available internet radio stations.

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select get radio info (a screen appears to ask which station list you want to download from the OpenGlobe server).

4. Highlight and select internet (a confirmation screen appears) .

5. To continue, highlight and select ok (the unit searches for all the available stations).

To cancel, highlight and select cancel .

• To cancel and exit this screen without autotuning any stations, press CLEAR.

Adding a New Internet Station

This feature lets you add the station information such as name, location, url, and speed.

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select new station (a screen appears to ask what kind of station you want to add).

4. Highlight and select internet (the NEW INTERNET STATION screen appears).

4. Use the arrow button to move to the desired field (name, location, url, speed), then enter the information.

5. Move to genre and select the genre.

6. Move to channels and select the channel (stereo or mono).

7. When finished, highlight and select save to saving these settings.

• To cancel and exit this screen without adding a new station, press CLEAR.

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Editing an Internet Station

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit station (a screen appears so you can change the name for the station, if you want. You don’t have to change the name of the station to edit its contents).

4. Highlight and select continue (the EDIT INTERNET STATION screen appears).

5. Enter the new information.

6. When finished, highlight and select save to saving these settings.

• To cancel and exit this screen without editing the station information, press

CLEAR.

Deleting an Internet Station

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete stations (the DELETE STATION screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the station(s) you want to delete, and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected stations.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any stations, press CLEAR.

Creating a New Radio Group

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the RADIO OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select new group (a screen appears so you can enter the name for the new group).

4. When you have finished, press OK/SELECT to continue (the Edit RADIO Group screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what stations you want to include in the group, and press OK/SELECT to checkmark them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the group.

Editing a Radio Group

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select edit group (a screen appears so you can change the name for the group, if you want. You don’t have to change the name of the group to edit its contents).

4. Press OK/SELECT to continue (the EDIT RADIO GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight what stations you want to remove from the group, and press OK/SELECT to uncheck them.

6. When finished, press RECORD to save the updated group.

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Deleting a Radio Group

1. Press the RADIO button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select delete group (the DELETE GROUP screen appears).

5. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the group(s) you want to delete, and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

6. Highlight and select delete to delete the selected groups.

• To cancel and exit this screen without deleting any groups, press CLEAR.

Transferring Music to a Portable Player

The DMM makes it easy to transfer mp3s and playlists to your favorite USB mp3 player.

1. Make sure the player is connected to the USB jack on the front of the DMM and turned on.

1. Press the MUSIC button on your remote or keyboard.

2. Press MENU (the MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

3. Highlight and select more (the MORE MUSIC OPTIONS MENU appears).

4. Highlight and select transfer to portable (the TRANSFER MUSIC screen appears).

6. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the tracks you want to transfer and press OK/

SELECT to checkmark them.

7. When finished, press RECORD to transfer the tracks to the portable player.

Note: If a warning appears stating that there isn’t enough space on your portable player, you will need to remove some of the songs from the transfer list, or make room on the player.

• To cancel and exit this screen without transferring any tracks, press CLEAR.

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User Information

Zip Code

Your zip code is necessary to update the time and radio autotune functions on the unit.

Choose your country and enter your zip or postal code, then highlight and select save .

Time Zone

You can manually set the time zone that you live in if it needs to be changed after setup. Highlight your time zone, then highlight and select save .

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Remote Administration

This screen provides your login and password information for access to your music library from any computer through the OpenGlobe website. Write down this information for later use. When finished, highlight and select return to go back to the USER

INFORMATION menu.

Privacy Policy

This screen provides all the legal disclaimers and warranty information for the product.

When finished, highlight and select exit .

Network Configuration

The network settings allow you to change some of the more advanced dialup and ethernet settings.

Internet Connection

Choose how you will connect to the internet. Highlight dialup modem or ethernet, then highlight and select save .

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Dialup Settings

This screen allows you to select your dialing preferences, including dialing method, dialing prefix, and call waiting disable. Enter your dialing information, choose the desired settings, and then highlight and select test connection . The test results are displayed.

When finished, highlight and select save .

Ethernet Settings

Choose your Ethernet connection Internet Protocol method (dynamic or manual). If you choose manual (static), enter all of the IP information provided by your ISP, then highlight and select test ethernet . The test results are displayed.

When finished, highlight and select save .

Preferences

Music Recording

You can choose the bitrate (quality) of your mp3s (96k, 128k, 160k, 192k, and 320k). The higher the bitrate, the better the quality of the compressed song. Highlight and select the desired bitrate, then highlight and select save .

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Screen Saver

You can set the amount of time of inactivity before the screen saver comes on the screen (5 min., 10 min., 15 min., 30 min., 60 min., and never). Highlight and select the desired setting, then highlight and select save .

Automatic Update

This feature automatically connects to the OpenGlobe server to check for software updates. You can choose daytime, evening, or nighttime settings. Highlight and select the desired time, then highlight and select save .

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DVD

These preferences allow you to set the DVD player default languages and screen type.

Highlight and select the default languages for the dvd menu, audio, and subtitles, then select the screen type (4:3 letter box, 4:3 pan and scan, and 16:9). When finished, highlight and select save .

Audio and Video Settings

For your convenience, the audio/video settings of your Home Theater Music Jukebox can be adjusted completely through the menu system.

Speaker Configuration

This setting allows you to select the size of each of the speakers connected to your home theater system. Highlight and select each of the settings, then highlight and select save .

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Speaker Levels

You can set the individual level of each speaker( +/- 10 db). Enter the setting for each speaker, use the test tone, set the Dolby Digital Night Mode setting, and then highlight and select save .

Speaker Distances

This setting allows you to specify the distance of each speaker in relation to the center listening position (from 0-40 ft.). Enter the distances, then highlight and select save . The default settings are: left and right, 15ft.; center, 14ft., left and right rear, 5 ft.

Screen Centering

You can set the horizontal and vertical placement so that it is centered properly on your

TV. Use the arrow buttons on the remote to adjust the position. When finished, highlight and select save .

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This setting helps you to adjust the brightness of your TV to the optimum level. Follow the instructions on the screen. When finished, highlight and select return to go back to the Audio and Video Settings menu.

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Contrast

This setting helps you to adjust the contrast of your TV to the optimum level. Follow the instructions on the screen. When finished, highlight and select return to go back to the

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Sharpness

This setting helps you to adjust the sharpness of your TV to the optimum level. Follow the instructions on the screen. When finished, highlight and select return to go back to the Audio and Video Settings menu.

Color Bars

This setting helps you to adjust the color and tint settings of your TV to the optimum level. Follow the instructions on the screen. When finished, highlight and select return to go back to the Audio and Video Settings menu.

Security and Parental Controls

Password Protection

This feature allows you to set up a password to protect your parental control settings and prevent any unauthorized purchases. Enter a passord, then enter it again to verify it.

If you do not want to enable password protection, leave the password blank. When finished, highlight and select save .

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Movie Ratings

You can choose which movies will be available, based on their ratings. Highlight and select the highest rating level you want to be available. All ratings above that will be hidden. When finished, highlight and select save .

Utilities

The Utilities menu gives you access to more advanced features of the unit, such as updating the software, resetting the system.

System Reset

This option lets you reset the system software. Highlight and select reset to reset the system. A confirmation screen appears to make sure you want to reset the system. No information on the hardrive will be lost, but any recordings in progress are interrupted.

System Information

The System Information screen gives you important information about the Jukebox which may be helpful when contacting your service provider.

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Web Sync

Web Sync allows your Jukebox to update your OpenGlobe web account with the current media information on your system (including the database information for your music, movies, and radio selections).

Restore Factory Defaults

This options resets your unit to its factory default settings, including erasing the hard drive of all your media information. The unit will confirm if you really want to reset the unit and erase the hard drive. Once the default process has been started, you won’t be able to cancel it.

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Update Software

This feature allows your Jukebox to connect to the OpenGlobe server for any software updates. The unit will confirm if you want to search for software updates. Keep in mind this may take some time, and you won’t be able to use the system during this process.

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Troubleshooting

You can correct most problems you have with your product by consulting the troubleshooting list that follows. If you need service, please contact your service provider.

Home Theater Music Jukebox Problems

Unit won’t turn on

• Press the MUSIC, MOVIES, or RADIO button.

• Make sure the unit is plugged in.

• Check the wall receptacle (or extension cord) to make sure it is “live” by plugging in something else.

• Something might be wrong with your remote control. Press the POWER button on the front of the unit and verify that the POWER indicator is on. If it turns on, check the remote control solutions below.

No sound, picture okay

• Maybe the sound is muted. Try pressing the volume up button to restore sound on the TV.

• If using a standard video, S-video, or component video connection, remember to also connect audio cables to the jukebox.

No picture, no sound but decoder is on

• If your jukebox is connected to your TV with audio/video cables, tune your TV to the appropriate Video Input Channel (see page xx).

Sound okay, picture poor

• Check connections. Make sure all of the cables are firmly connected to the jacks..

No connection after more than 5 minutes

• Make sure all connections are secure and try connecting to the OpenGlobe network again. If you still have problems connecting to the network, contact your service provider.

Remote Control Problems

• Something might be between the remote and the remote sensor on the component. Make sure there is a clear path.

• Maybe the remote isn’t aimed directly at the component (TV or jukebox) that you’re trying to operate.

• Maybe remote is not in a jukebox mode. Press the MUSIC, MOVIES, or RADIO button to operate the jukebox.

• Maybe batteries in remote are weak, dead, or installed incorrectly. Put new batteries in the remote. (Note, if you remove the batteries, you may have to reprogram the remote to operate other components.)

• You might need to drain the remote’s microprocessor: remove batteries and press the number 1 button for at least 60 seconds. Release the 1 button, replace the batteries, and (if necessary) program the remote again.

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Care and Cleaning

CAUTION: Unplug the unit before cleaning.

You can clean the unit as required, using a soft lint-free cloth. Be sure to occasionally dust the ventilation slots in the cabinet to help assure adequate ventilation.

Never use strong cleaning agents, such as ammonia-based cleaners, or abrasive powder. These types of cleaners will damage the unit.

Avoid placing drinks or vases with water on top of the unit. This could increase the risk of fire or shock hazard or damage to the decoder.

Service Information

If you purchased or leased your Home Theater Music Jukebox directly from your service provider, then warranty service for the product may be provided through your service provider or its authorized representative. For information on 1) Ordering Service, 2) Obtaining Customer Support, or 3)

Additional Service Information, please contact your service provider.

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VCR1 ON • OFF TV

Programming the Remote to Operate Other Components

The universal remote can be programmed to operate most brands of remote controllable components. The remote is already programmed to operate most RCA, GE, and Proscan components.

Find Out If Y ou Need to Pr ogram the Remote

To determine whether the universal remote needs to be programmed for your component, turn the component ON. For example, to program the remote for a TV, turn on the TV. Point the remote at the TV, and press the TV button. Then press ON•OFF or

CH + (channel up) or CH – (channel down) to see if the TV responds to the remote commands. If the component does not respond, the remote needs to be programmed.

Programming the Remote

There are two ways to program the remote control: direct entry and automatic code search.

REV•DEL PLAY

STOP

Use these buttons when you program the remote.

Using Direct Entry

1. Turn on the component to be programmed.

2. Look up the brand and code number(s) for the component on the code list in this section.

3. Point the remote at the component. Press and hold the component button you want to program on the remote (TV or AUX).

4. Enter the 4-digit code from the remote control code list on the following pages. If the indicator flashes, you have either entered an invalid code or the button isn’t programmable.

5. Release the component button, and then press ON•OFF to see if the component responds to the command. If it doesn’t, try pressing the component button and then

ON•OFF again.

• If you get no response, repeat these steps using the next code listed for your brand, until the component responds to the remote commands.

• If you try all the codes for your component brand and none work, try the automatic code search method. If automatic code search doesn’t work, the remote is not compatible with your component.

Important: The remote may not be compatible with all models of all brands of components. It may not operate all functions of the remote that came with your component.

Important

You must continue pressing the component button while you enter the code.

Let’s say you have a Zenith TV. To program the universal remote to operate the TV, you would:

Press and hold the TV button while you enter the first code listed for

Zenith in the TV Codes column.

Release the TV button. Press ON•OFF to see if the TV responds. If it doesn’t, follow the same steps, but enter the second code for Zenith

TVs instead of the first.

Note

Some of the remote’s buttons might operate differently for other components, especially when you’re using another component’s menu system.

Using Automatic Code Search

You can program the remote to operate each of your components. To stop the automatic code search without programming any of your components, press EXIT•CLEAR until the indicator on the remote turns off.

Note: AUX can’t be programmed using the automatic code search method.

1. Turn on the component you want to operate (TV, VCR, etc.)

2. Press and hold the component button you want to program (TV, for example). While holding the component button, press and hold ON•OFF until the indicator on the remote turns on, then release both buttons.

3. Point the remote at the component. Press and release PLAY, then wait 5 seconds or until the indicator on the remote stops flashing.

At this point the remote is searching for the correct code to program. If, after 5 seconds, the component you want to operate does not turn off, press PLAY again to search the next set of codes.

Continue pressing PLAY until the component turns off or you have searched through all of the codes. There are 20 total sets of codes. If the component does not turn off after pressing PLAY 20 times, then the remote can’t be programmed to operate that component.

If the component you want to control does turn off:

1. Press and release REVERSE, then wait 2 seconds. Repeat this step until the device turns back ON.

2. Press and hold STOP until the indicator on the remote turns off.

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How to Use the Remote After You’ve Programmed It

Because this universal remote can control several different components (TV, VCR, Satellite, or Cable box) it uses operational modes triggered by the component buttons. For example, if you want the remote to control the TV, press the TV button to put the remote into TV mode.

1. Press the appropriate component button (TV, VCR1, AUX, etc.) to set the remote to control the component.

2. Press ON•OFF to turn the component ON or OFF.

3. Use the remote buttons that apply to that component.

Notes:

• The remote may not be compatible with all brands and models of components. It also may not operate all functions of the remote that came with your component.

• If you keep pressing buttons and nothing happens, the remote is probably in the wrong mode. You must press the component button that matches the component you want to operate (i.e., if you want to operate the TV, press TV on the remote control to put the remote in TV mode.)

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Code List

TV Codes

Abex ............................................................................... 1172

Admiral .................................................. 1001, 1173, 1211

Adventura ..................................................................... 1174

Aiko ............................................................................... 1016

Akai ............................................................................. 1002

Alleron .......................................................................... 1046

Amtron ......................................................................... 1038

Anam National ............. 1003, 1038, 1192, 1193, 1194

AOC ......... 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1175, 1176, 1195

Audiovox ...................................................................... 1038

Belcor ............................................................................ 1004

Bell & Howell ...................................... 1001, 1083, 1162

Bradford ....................................................................... 1038

Brokwood ..................................................................... 1004

Candle ........................................ 1004, 1006, 1008, 1174

Celebrity ....................................................................... 1002

Centurion ..................................................................... 1009

Citizen ...................................... 1004, 1006, 1008, 1016,

1038, 1105, 1171, 1174, 1177

Colortyme ............................................. 1004, 1006, 1010

Concerto .......................................................... 1004, 1006

Contec/Cony ............................ 1012, 1013, 1014, 1038

Craig .............................................................................. 1038

Crown ................................................................ 1038, 1171

Curtis-Mathes ................................... 1000, 1004, 1006,

1015, 1105, 1162, 1171, 1212

CXC ................................................................................ 1038

Daewoo ............................................... 1004, 1005, 1006,

1016, 1017, 1018, 1127, 1171, 1196

Daytron ................................................. 1004, 1006, 1171

Dimensia ...................................................................... 1000

Dumont ............................................................. 1004, 1151

Dynatech ....................................................................... 1178

Electronband ............................................................... 1002

Electrohome ..... 1003, 1004, 1006, 1019, 1020, 1022

Emerson1004, 1006, 1012, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026,

1027, 1028, 1029,1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034,

1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1041, 1042, 1043,

1044, 1046, 1047, 1123, 1124, 1162, 1171, 1177,

1179, 1191, 1208

Envision ............................................................ 1004, 1006

Fisher .............................. 1048, 1049, 1051, 1162, 1180

Fujitso ........................................................................... 1046

Funai ................................................................. 1038, 1046

Futuretec ..................................................................... 1038

GE .................................. 1000, 1003, 1004, 1006, 1022,

1052, 1054,1055, 1087, 1164, 1165, 1166, 1167,

1168, 1181, 1213

Gibralter ............................................................ 1004, 1151

Goldstar ..................................... 1004, 1005, 1006, 1012

1019, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1155, 1156,

1171, 1172

Grundy ................................................... 1038, 1046, 1171

Hallmark .......................................................... 1004, 1006

Harvard ......................................................................... 1038

Hitachi .... 1004, 1006, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1059,1060,

1061, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138,

1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1143, 1144, 1145,1146,

1148, 1150, 1179, 1198, 1199

IMA ................................................................................ 1038

Infinity .......................................................................... 1062

Janeil .............................................................................. 1174

JBL ................................................................................. 1062

JCB ................................................................................. 1002

JC Penney ......... 1000, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1022,

1052, 1054, 1058, 1063, 1064, 1072, 1087, 1105,

1128, 1171, 1172, 1181, 1201

Jensen ............................................................... 1004, 1006

JVC ................................. 1012, 1013, 1014, 1054, 1060,

1065, 1066, 1067, 1157, 1158, 1159, 1182

Kawasho ................................................ 1002, 1004, 1006

Kenwood ............................................... 1004, 1006, 1019

Kloss Novabeam ..................... 1068, 1069, 1174, 1183

KTV ............................................... 1038, 1070, 1171, 1177

Loewe ............................................................................ 1062

Logik .............................................................................. 1083

Luxman ............................................................. 1004, 1006

LXI ......................................................... 1000, 1006, 1049,

1062, 1071, 1072, 1073, 1162, 1181, 1207

Magnavox ................................ 1004, 1006, 1008, 1019,

1062, 1068,1069,1075, 1076, 1077, 1088, 1130,

1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1183, 1219,1235

Majestic ....................................................................... 1083

Marants ........................................................................ 1062

Marantz ..................................... 1004, 1006, 1062, 1078

Megatron ......................................................... 1006, 1059

Memorex ....................... 1001, 1006, 1082, 1083, 1162

MGA ....... 1004, 1005, 1006, 1019, 1022, 1051, 1079,

1080, 1082

Midland ........................... 1054, 1151, 1171, 1172, 1181

Minutz .......................................................................... 1052

Mitsubishi ................................ 1004, 1005, 1006, 1019,

1022, 1051, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1125

Montgomery Ward .................................................... 1083

Motorola ........................................................... 1003, 1173

MTC ............................................ 1004, 1005, 1006, 1105

Multitech ..................................................................... 1038

Multivision .................................................................. 1084

NAD ............................................. 1006, 1071, 1072, 1185

NEC ................................ 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1200

Nikko ................................................................. 1006, 1016

NTC ................................................................................ 1016

Onwa ............................................................................. 1038

Optimus ......................................................................... 1185

Optonica ........................................................... 1095, 1173

Orion .................................................................. 1035, 1191

Panasonic ...................... 1003, 1054, 1062, 1170, 1214

Philco .... 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1012, 1019,

1062, 1068, 1069, 1075, 1077, 1183

Philips ... 1003, 1004, 1008, 1012, 1019, 1062, 1068,

1069, 1075, 1076, 1086, 1087, 1088, 1089

Pilot .................................................................... 1004, 1171

Pioneer ... 1004, 1006, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1179, 1185

Portland .......................... 1004, 1005, 1006, 1016, 1171

Price Club ..................................................................... 1105

Prism ............................................................................. 1054

ProScan ............................................................. 1000, 1181

Proton ........................................ 1004, 1006, 1012, 1093

Pulsar ................................................................. 1004, 1151

Quasar ....................................... 1003, 1054, 1070, 1094

Radio Shack/Realistic .................................. 1000, 1004,

1006, 1012, 1038, 1049, 1095, 1162, 1171, 1172

RCA .................... 1000, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007,

1019,1096, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101,

1102, 1103, 1129, 1179, 1181, 1187,

1188,1190, 1202, 1203, 1215, 1233

Runco ............................................................................. 1151

Sampo ......................................... 1004, 1006, 1171, 1172

Samsung 1004, 1005, 1006, 1012, 1015, 1019,1104,

1105, 1106, 1171, 1172, 1204

Samsux .......................................................................... 1171

Sansui ............................................................................ 1191

Sanyo ................................................... 1004, 1048, 1049,

1080, 1107, 1108, 1162, 1169, 1180

Scotch ........................................................................... 1006

Scott ....... 1004, 1006, 1012, 1024, 1035, 1038, 1046

Sears ..... 1000, 1004, 1006, 1013, 1014, 1019, 1046,

1048, 1049, 1051, 1066, 1071, 1072, 1109, 1110,

1162, 1180, 1181, 1189

Sharp ....... 1004, 1006, 1012, 1029, 1095, 1111, 1112,

1113, 1122, 1171, 1173

Shogun ......................................................................... 1004

Signature ............................................... 1001, 1083, 1115

Simpson ........................................................................ 1008

Sony .......................................... 1002, 1205, 1216, 1218

Soundesign ................... 1004, 1006, 1008, 1038, 1046

Squareview ................................................................... 1189

SSS ..................................................................... 1004, 1038

Starlite .......................................................................... 1038

Supre-Macy ................................................................. 1174

Supreme ....................................................................... 1002

Sylvania 1004, 1006, 1008, 1019, 1062, 1068, 1069,

1075, 1076, 1077, 1088, 1116, 1161, 1183

Symphonic ............................................ 1033, 1038, 1189

Tandy .............................................................................. 1173

Tatung ........................................................................... 1003

Technics ........................................................................ 1054

Techwood ............................................. 1004, 1006, 1054

Teknika . 1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1012, 1013, 1014,

1016, 1038, 1046, 1076, 1082, 1083, 1105,1170,

1171

Telecaption ................................................................... 1117

TMK ................................................................... 1004, 1006

Toshiba ..... 1049, 1071, 1072, 1105, 1109, 1117, 1118,

1160, 1162

Totevision ...................................................................... 1171

Universal .......................................................... 1052, 1087

Victor ................................................................. 1066, 1182

Vidtech ................................................. 1004, 1005, 1006

Viking ............................................................................. 1174

Wards .... 1000, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1019, 1024,

1033, 1046, 1052, 1062, 1068, 1069, 1075, 1076,

1083, 1087, 1088, 1095, 1119, 1120

Yamaha ..................................... 1004, 1005, 1006, 1019

Zenith ...... 1004, 1083, 1151, 1152, 1153, 1154,1210,

1217

VCR Codes

Admiral ......................................................................... 2132

Adventura .................................................................... 2026

Aiko ............................................................................... 2027

Aiwa .............................................................................. 2026

Akai .............................. 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008,

................................................................... 2111, 2112, 2113

American High ........................................................... 2021

Asha .............................................................................. 2013

Audio Dynamics ............................................. 2009, 2010

Audiovox ...................................................................... 2014

Bell & Howell .............................................................. 2011

Beaumark ..................................................................... 2013

Broksonic ......................................................... 2012, 2025

Calix .............................................................................. 2014

Candle ...................................... 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,

................................................................ 2017, 2018, 2019

Canon ..................................................... 2021, 2022, 2114

Capehart ........................................................... 2020, 2110

Carver ........................................................................... 2062

CCE .................................................................... 2027, 2061

Citizen ............................................................. 2013, 2014,

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2027

Colortyme .................................................................... 2009

Colt ................................................................................ 2061

Craig .......................................... 2013, 2014, 2023, 2061

Curtis-Mathes ................................... 2000, 2009, 2013,

2016, 2018, 2021, 2022, 2024, 2115, 2131

Cybernex ...................................................................... 2013

Daewoo ....................... 2015, 2017, 2019, 2025, 2026,

2027, 2028, 2110

Daytron ......................................................................... 2110

DBX .................................................................... 2009, 2010

Dimensia .......................................................... 2000, 2131

Dynatech ...................................................................... 2026

Electrohome .................................................... 2014, 2029

Electrophonic ............................................................. 2014

Emerson 2012, 2014, 2015, 2021, 2024, 2025, 2026,

2029, 2030, 2031, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, 2036,

2037, 2038, 2039, 2040, 2041, 2042, 2044, 2045,

2046, 2047, 2065, 2113, 2116, 2117, 2130

Fisher .................................................... 2011, 2023, 2048,

2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2118

Fuji ...................................................................... 2021, 2119

Funai ............................................................................. 2026

Garrard ......................................................................... 2026

GE ......................................................... 2000, 2001, 2013,

2021, 2022, 2053, 2115, 2120, 2131

Goldstar ........................ 2009, 2014, 2018, 2054, 2131

Gradiente ..................................................................... 2026

Harley Davidson ......................................................... 2026

Harman Kardon .......................................................... 2009

Harwood ...................................................................... 2061

Headquarter ................................................................. 2011

Hitachi ............................................................. 2055, 2056,

2057, 2107, 2111, 2120, 2122

Hi-Q .............................................................................. 2023

Instant Replay ............................................................ 2021

JCL ................................................................................. 2021

JC Penney ................................. 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013,

2014, 2021, 2022, 2055, 2056,

2058, 2059, 2060, 2107, 2118

Jensen .................................................... 2055, 2056, 2111

JVC ....................... 2009, 2010, 2011, 2018, 2111, 2123

Kenwood .............................................. 2009, 2010, 2011,

2016, 2018, 2111, 2123

KLH ................................................................................ 2061

Kodak ................................................................ 2014, 2021

Lloyd .............................................................................. 2026

Logik .............................................................................. 2061

LXI .................................................................................. 2014

Magnavox ........................................... 2021, 2022, 2062,

2063, 2104, 2105, 2108, 2124

Magnin ......................................................................... 2013

Marantz ................................................ 2009, 2010, 2011,

2016, 2018, 2021, 2062, 2064

Marta ............................................................................ 2014

Masushita .................................................................... 2021

Mei ................................................................................ 2021

Memorex .......................................................... 2011, 2013,

2014, 2021, 2023, 2026, 2104, 2132

MGA ....................................................... 2029, 2065, 2113

MGN Technology ....................................................... 2013

Midland ........................................................................ 2053

Minolta ................................................. 2055, 2056, 2107

Mitsubishi ....... 2029, 2055, 2056, 2065, 2066, 2067,

2068, 2068, 2070, 2071, 2072, 2073, 2074, 2106,

2113, 2123

Montgomery Ward ........................................ 2075, 2132

Motorola .......................................................... 2021, 2132

MTC ................................................................... 2013, 2126

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Multitech ....................... 2013, 2016, 2026, 2053, 2061

NEC ................................... 2009, 2010, 2011,2016, 2018,

2064, 2076, 2078, 2079, 2111, 2123

Nikko ............................................................................... 2014

Noblex ............................................................................ 2013

Olympus ......................................................................... 2021

Optimus .............................................................. 2014, 2132

Optonica ........................................................................ 2096

Panasonic ............ 2021, 2022, 2109, 2125, 2126, 2127

Pentax ............................. 2016, 2055, 2056, 2107, 2120

Pentex Research .......................................................... 2018

Philco .......................................... 2021, 2022, 2062, 2063

Philips ......................................... 2021, 2062, 2096, 2124

Pilot ................................................................................. 2014

Pioneer ........................... 2010, 2055, 2080, 2081, 2123

Portland ....................................... 2016, 2017, 2019, 2110

PROSCAN ............................................... 2000, 2001, 2131

Protec .............................................................................. 2061

Pulsar .............................................................................. 2104

Quarter ........................................................................... 2011

Quartz ............................................................................. 2011

Quasar .................................................... 2021, 2022, 2125

RCA ......... 2000, 2001, 2003, 2013, 2021, 2055, 2056,

2082, 2083, 2084, 2085, 2086, 2087, 2088, 2089,

2090, 2091, 2107, 2115, 2120, 2125, 2131, 2133

Radioshack/Realistic ... 2011, 2013, 2014, 2021, 2022,

2023, 2026, 2029, 2049, 2050, 2096, 2132

Radix ............................................................................... 2014

Randex ............................................................................ 2014

Ricoh ............................................................................... 2128

Runco .............................................................................. 2104

Samsung ............ 2005, 2013, 2015, 2033, 2053, 2112

Sanky .................................................................. 2104, 2132

Sansui .......................................... 2010, 2092, 2111, 2123

Sanyo ....................................................... 2011, 2013, 2023

Scott ............................................ 2012, 2015, 2025, 2032

2038, 2065, 2093, 2116

Sears ................................ 2011, 2014, 2021, 2023, 2048,

2049, 2050, 2051, 2055, 2056, 2107, 2118

Sharp ....... 2017, 2029, 2094, 2095, 2096, 2097, 2131

Shintom ...................................... 2004, 2056, 2061, 2098

Shogun ........................................................................... 2013

Signature ....................................................................... 2131

Singer ...................................................... 2021, 2061, 2128

Sony ............................................ 2004, 2098, 2099, 2119

STS ........................................................................ 2021, 2107

Sylvania ............................................................. 2021, 2022,

2026, 2062, 2063, 2065, 2124

Symphonic ..................................................................... 2026

Tandy ............................................................................... 2011

Tashiko ............................................................................ 2014

Tatung .............................................................................. 2111

TEAC ......................................................... 2026, 2085, 2111

Technics .............................................................. 2021, 2109

Teknika ........................... 2014, 2021, 2026, 2100, 2129

TMK ......................................................... 2013, 2024, 2047

Toshiba .................................................. 2015, 2049, 2051,

..................................................... 2055, 2065, 2093, 2116

Totevsion ............................................................ 2013, 2014

Unitech ........................................................................... 2013

Vector Research ....................... 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016

Victor .............................................................................. 2010

Video Concepts ............. 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2113

Videosonic ..................................................................... 2013

Wards ......................................... 2013, 2014, 2015, 2021,

2023, 2026, 2029, 2055, 2056, 2061,

2096, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2107, 2116, 2132

XR-1000 ................................................. 2021, 2026, 2061

Yamaha ............................ 2009, 2010, 2011, 2018, 2111

Zenith .............................. 2004, 2098, 2104, 2119, 2128

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Cable Box Codes

ABC .................. 5002, 5003, 5004, 5005, 5006, 5007, 5053

Antronix ................................................................ 5008, 5009

Archer ............................................... 5008, 5009, 5010, 5011

Cabletenna ........................................................................ 5008

Cableview ......................................................................... 5008

Century .............................................................................. 5011

Citizen ................................................................................ 5011

Colour Voice .......................................................... 5012, 5013

Comtronics ............................................................ 5014, 5015

Contec ............................................................................... 5016

Eastern .............................................................................. 5017

Garrard ............................................................................... 5011

GC Electronics .................................................................. 5009

Gemini ......................................................... 5018, 5019, 5049

General Instrument ......................................................... 5003

Hamlin ................................... 5020, 5021, 5022, 5035, 5045

Hitachi .............................................................................. 5003

Hytex ................................................................................. 5002

Jasco ................................................................................... 5011

Jerrold ..... 5003, 5005, 5007,5018, 5023, 5024, 5046, 5053

Magnavox ........................................................................ 5025

Memorex ........................................................................... 5026

Movie Time ................................................ 5002, 5027, 5028

NSC .............................................................. 5002, 5027, 5028

Oak ................................................................ 5002,5016, 5029

Panasonic .............................................................. 5048, 5052

Paragon ............................................................................. 5026

Philips ..... 5011, 5012, 5013, 5019, 5025, 5030, 5031, 5032

Pioneer ................................................................... 5033, 5034

Pulsar ................................................................................ 5026

RCA ............................................................. 5047, 5049, 5052

Realistic ................................................................. 5009, 5049

Regal ...................................................................... 5022, 5035

Regency ............................................................................ 5017

Rembrandt ........................................................................ 5003

Runco ................................................................................ 5026

Samsung ................................................................ 5014, 5034

Scientific Atlanta ............................ 5006, 5036, 5037, 5038

Signal ..................................................................... 5014, 5018

Signature .......................................................................... 5003

SL Marx ............................................................................ 5014

Sprucer .......................................................... 5052

Starcom .................................... 5007, 5018, 5053

Stargate ............................................... 5014, 5018

Starquest ....................................................... 5018

Tandy ............................................................ 5040

Teleview ........................................................ 5014

Tocom ...................................... 5004, 5023, 5041

Toshiba .......................................................... 5026

Tusa ............................................................... 5018

TV86 .............................................................. 5027

Unika ........................................ 5008, 5009, 5011

United Artists ............................................... 5002

United Cable ................................................. 5053

Universal ........................ 5008, 5009, 5010, 5011

Videoway ...................................................... 5044

Viewstar ........................ 5015, 5025, 5027, 5040

Zenith ....................................... 5026, 5050, 5051

Satellite Receiver Codes

Alphastar ...................................................... 5079

Chapparal .......................................... 5056, 5057

Dishnet .......................................................... 5078

Drake .................................................. 5058, 5059

Echostar ........................................................ 5089

GE ........................................................ 5000, 5001

General Instruments ............... 5060, 5061, 5062

Hitachi ............................................... 5083, 5084

Hughes ................................................ 5077, 5090

JVC ................................................................ 5082

Panasonic ..................................................... 5075

Philips ........................................................... 5085

Primestar ...................................................... 5076

PROSCAN ........................................... 5000, 5001

RCA ..................... 5000, 5001, 5071, 5080, 5081

Realistic ........................................................ 5063

Sony .............................................................. 5072

STS1 .............................................................. 5064

STS2 .............................................................. 5065

STS3 .............................................................. 5066

STS4 .............................................................. 5067

Toshiba ................................................ 5068, 5073

Uniden .......................................................... 5086

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Compatible Optional USB Keyboards

The following models of USB keyboards are fully compatible with your Home Theater Music Jukebox. Check with your local retailer for availability.

• Logitech Cordless Keybaord, model #967090-0403

• Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard, model # 967093-0403

• Belkin USB Classic Keyboard, model # F8E206-USB

• Compaq USB Internet Keyboard, model # 260725-001

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Chapter 5: Additional Information

How to Find Your TV’s Video Input Channel

You must tune your TV to the video input channel if you are using the Jukebox’s Audio/Video (A/V) OUT jacks to connect to the TV’s A/V input jacks.

You must select the TV’s video input channel before you can see the jukebox’s menus.

The video input channel for TVs varies by brand and model. Below are some steps to try to find your TV’s video input channel:

VCR1 ON • OFF TV

AUX SAT•CABLE

MUSIC

CH•PAGE+

RADIO

MUTE

GUIDE

CH•PAGE-

GO BACK

INFO

OK

SELECT

MENU

_/.?' ABC DEF

1 2 3

CLEAR

GHI JKL MNO

4 5 6

7 8

INPUT

0

@-*#

9

SETUP

REV•DEL PLAY FWD•SPACE

RECORD STOP PAUSE

MENU SUBTITLE ANGLE SURR

DVD

TV button

• If your TV brand is RCA, GE, or Proscan, press the TV button on the jukebox’s remote control, then press the INPUT button.

• If you have another brand of TV, see page xx to see if the jukebox’s remote can be programmed to control your TV. If so, once completed, follow the step above.

If those options do not work, try the following ideas. You might access the video input channel by:

• Pressing a button on the TV’s remote control (see the table below).

• Selecting a specific channel from the TV’s on-screen menu system (see the table below).

• Tuning directly to the video input channel by selecting a specific channel number

(see the table below)

• Going through all available channels by pressing the channel up or down buttons on the TV or its remote control.

Video Input Channel V ariations

Button/Switch on the TV

Button on the

TV Remote

Channel

Number

VIDEO

SIGNAL

VID 1

VID 2

S-VID

S-VIDEO

VID 1

LINE

VID

VIDEO

S-VID

INPUT

S-VIDEO

SOURCE

AUX

00

90

91

92

93

VID 1

VID 2

INPUT button

If you programmed your remote control to operate your TV

(instructions on page xx), and you are using audio/video jacks, press the INPUT button to find the

Video Input Channel.

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FCC Declaration of Conformity and Industry Canada Information

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Trade Name: RCA

Equipment Classification:

Model: RTD750

TV Interface Device

Responsible Party: Thomson multimedia, Inc.

10330 N. Meridian Street

Indianapolis, IN 46290

Telephone 317-415-4151

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 Rules. 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 and 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 this equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult your service provider or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC regulations state that unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate it.

This Class B digital apparatus meets all requiements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations.

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Visit the RCA website at www.rca.com

Please do not send any products to the Indianapolis address listed in this manual or on the carton. This will only add delays in service for your product.

Thomson Inc.

10330 North Meridian Street

Indianapolis, IN 46290

©2002 Thomson Inc.

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