Yamakawa | DVD-238 | User`s manual | Yamakawa DVD-238 User`s manual

Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions.......................................................................................................... 01
Notes on Discs............................................................................................................................. 02
Introduction
Front Panel ...................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel .....................................................................................................................................
Display Window ...........................................................................................................................
Remote Control Functions ...............................................................................................................
Prepare the remote Control............................................................................................................
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Getting Started
Video Connection ........................................................................................................................ 06
Audio Connection ......................................................................................................................... 06
Operating DVD player with the remote control.................................................................................. 07
Basic Operation
Playing a DVD ............................................................................................................................... 08
Front Panel Operation .................................................................................................................. 08
Remote Control Operation............................................................................................................. 09
Special Operation
What is MP3................................................................................................................................
MP3 Operation..............................................................................................................................
What is JPEG................................................................................................................................
Playing Your JPEG Files................................................................................................................
What is WMA...............................................................................................................................
What is PROGRESSIVE SCAN......................................................................................................
What is DVD-Audio.......................................................................................................................
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System Configuration
General Setup Page ........................................................................................................................
Audio Setup Page ...........................................................................................................................
Video Setup Page ...........................................................................................................................
Preference Page..............................................................................................................................
Password Setup Page....................................................................................................................
Exit Setup Menu...........................................................................................................................
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WARNING
Copyright
Warning! - This symbol is intended to alert you to the
This product incorporates copyright protection technol-
presence of dangerous voltage with the product’s en-
ogy that is protected by method claims of certain U.S.
closure that may be of sufficient magnitude, to reduce
patents and other intellectual property rights owned by
a risk of electrical shock or fire. Do not expose the unit
Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use
to rain or moisture. Refer to the warning label or tag
of this copyright protection technology must be autho-
included, and exercise with extreme caution.
rized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Caution! - This symbol is intended to alert you to the
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Refer to the User’s Manual or Operator’s Manual for
precautionary instructions.
Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
Caution!
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (front
or back). No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service professional.
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference
received; including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
THIS PRODUCT APPLIES U.S. PATENT NOS. 4,631,603,
4,577,216, 4,819,098, AND 4,907,093 LICENSED FOR
LIMITED VIEWING USES ONLY.
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
This product is class 1 laser product,
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
Warnings
receiver.
Use only shielded cables to connect I / O devices
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
to this equipment.
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Important Safety Instructions
01. Read these instructions.
Please read all of these instructions thoroughly be-
02. Keep these instructions.
fore operating the DVD Player.
03. Heed all warnings.
04. Follow all instructions.
Unplug the connector from DVD-Player to the
05. Do not use this
system unit before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
apparatus near water.
06. Clean only with a damp
cloth.
07. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
08. Do not install it near any heat sources such as
aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Use only attachments recommended by the
manufacturer; un-approved attachments may be
hazardous.
Do not place the DVD-Player near water, for example
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
09. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized-
Do not place the DVD-Player on an unstable cart,
type plug: A polarized plug has two blades with one
stand or table. If the DVD-Player falls, it could injure
wider than the other. The wider blade is provided
a person or cause serious damage to the appliance.
for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit
Use only a cart or stand recommended by the manu-
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
facturer or sold with the mounting kit approved by the
of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinc hed (p articu larly th e plug , co nven ienc e
manufacturer and follow the kit instructions.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
Do not locate the DVD-Player where people may
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
walk on the cord.
apparatus).
In order to avoid the damage of the DVD-Player from
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
lightning and power surges, please unplug all the
connectors from the system unit when the DVD
Player is under a spare time or lightning storm.
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
Do not overload power outlet and extension cords.
apparatus. W hen a cart is used, use with caution.
Electric power overload will cause fire or electric
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning, storms, or
when unused for a long period of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
shock.
Never push any objects into the slot in the DVD-Player
cabinet. It could touch dangerous voltage points or
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
short out parts resulting in a fire or electric shock.
damaged in any way: ex. power-supply cord or
Never spill liquid on the DVD-Player.
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
If your DVD-Player does not operate normally, un-
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
plug it immediately and contact an authorized
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
technician.
To avoid electric shock, do not attempt to open the
cabinet and repair any damaged parts. Unplug the
DVD-Player from the system unit and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
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Important Saftey Instructions
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid have been spilled onto the DVD-Player..
If the DVD-Player has been exposed to rain or
moisture.
If the DVD-Player does not operate normally after
you have followed the operating instructions. Ad
just only those controls covered by the operating
instructions; improper adjustments to other con
trols may result in damage and may require ex
tensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the DVD-Player to normal operation.
If the DVD-Player has been dropped or the cabi
net has been damaged.
W hen the video and audio of DVD-Player exhibits
a distinct change in performance.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove
the cover (front or back). No user-serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
Notes on Discs
Handling precautions
Hold the disc by the edges so the surface will not be
soiled with fingerprints. Fingerprints, dirt and
scratches can cause skipping and distortion.
Do not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or
other writing tools.
Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzene, thinner,,
static electricity prevention liquids or any other
solvent.
Be careful not to drop or bend the disc.
Do not install more than 1 disc on the disc tray..
Do not try to close the disc tray when the disc is not
installed properly.
Be sure to store the disc in its exclusive case.
If the Surface is soiled
W ipe gently with a soft, damp (water only) cloth.
professional.
When wiping discs, always move the cloth from the
center hole toward the outer edge.
This product applies to U.S. Patent Nos. 4,631,
603, 4,577,216, 4,819,098 and 4,907,093 Li-
If you wipe the discs using a circular motion, circular
scratches are likely to occur, which will cause noise
censed for limited viewing uses only.
while playing.
DVD-Player is a high quality laser product. This
player uses a visible laser beam that could cause
If the disc is brought from cold to warm environment,
moisture may form on the disc.
hazardous radiation exposure if directed to the
Wipe this moisture off with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth
before using the disc.
eyes.
Improper disc storage
You can damage discs if you store them in the following places:
Areas exposed to direct sunlight.
Humid or dusty areas.
Areas directly exposed to a heat outlet or heating
appliance.
The player cannot play discs
DVD region code is not suitable for your player..
Maintenance
Be sure to turn the power button OFF and disconnect the power plug before maintaining the unit.
W ipe this unit with a dry soft cloth.
If the surface is extremely dirty, wipe clean with a
cloth that has been dipped in water and then wipe
again with a dry cloth.
Never use alcohol, benzene, thinner, cleaning fluid
or other chemicals. And do not use compressed air
to remove dust.
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Introduction
This section describes a full-fuction high performance DVD Player that is microprocessor-controlled and also allows users to
place their own settings into memory via external setting. The setting status is indicated on the screen.
Front Panel
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(1) POWER SWITCH
(4) OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON
(2) PLAY BUTTON
(3) STOP BUTTON
(5) REMOTE RECEIVER
(6) DISC TRAY
Rear Panel
90-260V~50/60Hz 30W
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(1) OPTICAL OUTPUT
(2) COAXIAL OUTPUT
(5) STEREO (L/R) OUTPUT
(3) COMPOSITE OUTPUT
(7) COMPONENT/P-SCAN OUTPUT
(4) S-VIDEO OUTPUT
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(6) 5.1 CHANNELS OUTPUT (for 5.1channel mode)
Introduction
Display Window (optional)
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(4)
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(10)
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PLAYING
ANGLE
REPEAT CHAPTER
TIME
KARAOKE (Option)
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( 2 ) CURRENT DISC (Option)
( 5) PAUSE
( 8 ) TITLE NUMBER
(11) PROGRAM
(14) DTS (Option)
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( 3 ) PLAY
( 6 ) REPEAT ALL
( 9 ) CHAPTER NUMBER
(12) DOLBY DIGITAL
(15)DIVIDING CONTROL
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Introduction
Remote Control Functions
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( 1 ) POWER
( 2 ) PBC
( 3 ) DISPLAY
( 4 ) EJECT
( 5 ) SUBTITLE
( 6 ) SEARCH
( 7 ) ANGLE
( 8 ) LANGUAGE
( 9 ) SETUP
(10) TITLE
(11) MENU
(12) ZOOM
(13) RESUME
(13A) NTSC / PAL (FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
(14) PAUSE
(15) SLOW
(16) STOP
(17) PLAY/ENTER
(18) PREVIOUS / NEXT (19)
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F.F./F.R.
(20) 1/ALL
(21) A-B
(22) VOL+ / VOL-
(23A)RESUME (FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
(23) MUTE
(24) P-Scan(Option) / VOCAL-ASSIST(Option)
(25) PROGRAM
(26) KARAOKE
(27) MUTE(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
(28) KEY SHIFT
(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
Prepare the Remote Control
To operate the DVD player , you must place the batteries in the remote control first.
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2. Insert batteries (size
AAA). Make sure the
position of + and - on the
1. Open the cover.
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batteries match the marks inside
the battery compartment.
3. Close the cover.
Getting Started
Video Connection
VCR
Video Output
TV
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Connect the DVD player’s video output (RCA connector or S-Video) on the rear panel to the TV’s video input
(or other devices) using AV, S-Video or Component.
CD / DVD
Connect
PLAYER
directly
Notes:
1.Refer to the instructions supplied with the component to
be connected.
2.Do not connect this player to a video deck. If you do,
noise may appear in the picture.
YELLOW
S-Video Output
If your display device supports S-Video terminal,
you can also connect your display device to DVD
player’s S-Video Output connector on the rear panel.
Audio Connection
Stereo Configuration
Connect your TV stereo audio inputs (L for left channel
Rear of TV set
and R for right channel) to the DVD player’s stereo audio output L and R respectively.
Analog 2 / 5.1 Channel Output
For your convenience and cost concern, DVD-Player
S-video cord
(not supplied)
S-video input
terminal (S1, S2)
supports Dolby 2/5.1 Channel audio output directly.
However, you still need to connect the 2/5.1 Channel
audio output to your audio amplifier relatively as
To S-video terminal
following.
Note:
COMPONENT
You can connect the DVD Receiver to a device
having COMPONENT video input connetors
by three terminal Video cables.
When you connect the DVD player to another device, be sure to
turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment from the wall
outlet before making any connections. The output sound of the
DVD player has a wide dynamic range. Be sure to adjust the
receiver’s volume to a moderate listening level. Otherwise, the
speakers may be damaged by a sudden high volume sound. Turn
off the receiver before you connect or disconnect the DVD player’s
power cord. If you leave the receiver power on, the speakers
may be damaged.
White
Red
COMPONENT
CR/ P R
RED
BLUE
C B/ PB
Y
White
Red
GREEN
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Getting Started
Digital Audio Output
If you have another audio decoder which can decode Dolby Digital / Dts, connect the optical jack of the DVD player to
the audio decoder (such as amplifier)via optical cable.
Then set the SPDIF “on” on OSD. you can use the optical digital audio output to enjoy the original audio.The instruction
is as follows:
DVD player
Surround left
speaker
90-260V~50/60Hz 30W
Surround right
speaker
Optical or coaxial
Audio decoder
Front left
speaker
Front right
speaker
Center speaker
Speaker amplifier
Subwoofer
speaker
Operating DVD player with the remote control
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When using the remote control, point to the remote sensor on the DVD player.
Distance:
Maximum of 7m
Angle:
Approximately 300 from each direction.
*Do not expose the remote sensor directly to direct sunlight or lighting apparatuses. The DVD player will be malfunctioned if you do so.
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Basic Operation
Playing a DVD
1.Press the Power button to turn on the player.
2.Press the Eject button (
) to open the tray door.
3.Insert a disc.
4.Press the Eject button (
) to close the tray door.
Front Panel Operation
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1.POWER
2.PLAY
Turn on or turn off the player.
Play the program on the disc.
3.STOP
4.OPEN/CLOSE
Stop playing.
Open or close the tray.
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Basic Operation
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Remote Control Operation
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1.POWER
Turn on or turn off the player.
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2.PBC
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Playback control. Press PBC (on) to program selected chapter. The root menu
will appear. Press “PBC”(off) to play movie uninterrupted.
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3.DISPLAY
Each time you press the Display button, the on-screen display changes as
follows:
Title, Chapter and Elapsed time
Title time
Title remain time
Chapter Elapsed time
Chapter remain time
Display off
4.EJECT
Press “EJECT” to open the disc tray. Place a Disc on the tray dish. Hold the
disc without touching the surface, position it with the printed title side facing
up, align it with the guides, and place it in its proper position.
Press “EJECT” to start playing. The disc tray will automatically close and start
playing . If the disc has one or more titles recorded on it, the menu screen will
appear on the TV monitor.
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5.SUBTITLE
If the disc has two or more subtitles recorded on it, they can either be displayed or cleared on the screen.
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1. Press “SUBTITLE” during play. It will show as many subtitles as the disc has.
2. Keep on pressing,selected subtitle (including subtitle off) will
appear in turn.
3. Stop pressing the button after the selected subtitle appears.
Note: In some cases, the subtitle language is not changed immedi
ately to the selected one. When the selected language is not working,
even after pressing the button several times, it means that
the language is not available on the disc. This function is only for
DVD discs.
6.SEARCH
This description is divided into 3 parts,
When you are playing a “DVD”
Press “SEARCH” while a disc is playing and a menu will be shown on the
screen. There are 9 modes can be chosen, including: “Title”, “Chapter”,
“Audio”, “Subtitle”, “Angle”, “TT Time”, “Ch Time”, “Repeat” and “Time Disp.”.
Press “5/6” to select different modes, press “Enter” to select the detail
information.
When you are playing a “VCD”
Press “SEARCH” while a disc is playing and a menu will be shown on the
screen. There are 5 modes can be chosen, including: “Track”, “Disc Time”,
“Track Time”, “Repeat” and “Time Disp.”. Press “5/6” to select different
(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
modes, press “Enter” to select the detail information.
When you are playing a “CD”
Press “SEARCH” while a disc is playing. There are 3 modes can be chosen,
including: “Disc Go To”, “Track Go To” and “Select Track”.
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Basic Operation
7.ANGLE
Some DVD discs may contain scenes that have been filmed simultaneously
from a number of different angles. For these discs, the same scene can be
viewed from various angles using the “ANGLE” button. (The recorded angles
varies depending on the disc.)
This function is only for DVD discs.
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8.LANGUAGE
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It is possible to change the audio soundtrack language from the one selected at the initial setting to a different language, if available. (This operation works only with discs on which multiple audio soundtrack languages
are recorded.)
Press “Language” during play. The options will appear on the screen.
Continue pressing the “Language” button until your desired language is
displayed. The language will be back to the initial setting if “Language Off”
appears on the TV screen.
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9.SETUP
Access the System Setup Menu.
10.TITLE
Press “TITLE” to select preferred options. Use direction keys to select.
Press “PLAY” to enter the selection.
11.MENU
Some discs with movies, for example, come with two or more titles. If the
disc has a title menu recorded on it, the “ MENU ” button can be used to
select the movie title. (The details of this operation differ depending on the
disc used.) This function is only used for DVD disc.
1. Press “ MENU ” during play. A list of the titles on the
disc will be displayed.
2. Press direction key to select the preferred title.
3. Press “ PLAY ”. The selected title now starts to play
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12.ZOOM
Each time this button is pressed, the enlarged image changes as followed:
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2x à3x à4x à1/2x à1/3x à1/4x à restore image’s normal size
You can move the scene with direction key.
13/(23A).RESUME (PS:23AFOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
23A
Press “RESUME” to exit the menu system of the DVD returning to normal
playback mode.
13A.NTSC / PAL(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
Choosing TV mode from “NTSC”, “PAL” and “Auto”.
14.PAUSE
Press “ PAUSE ” during play to get a still picture. Press “ PLAY” again to
return to normal play.
15.SLOW
Press “ SLOW ” in the play mode. The slow motion changes each time this
button is pressed as followed,
3:1/2xà1/4xà1/8xà1/16xà , 4 : 1/2xà1/4xà1/8xà1/16xà restore normal play mode.
(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
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16.STOP
Stop playing a disc.
17.PLAY/ENTER
Start playing the program on the disc.
18.PREVIOUS, NEXT
Press NEXT during play
Go to the next chapter or track.
Press PREVIOUS during play
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19.F.R .and F.F.
The speed changes everytime when you press “7 ”, “8 ” during play as
follows: 2xà4xà8xà16xà32x. Press again to restore normal play mode.
7: Reverse Direction 8: Forward Direction
20.1/ALL
Repeat Chapter
Press “1/ALL” during play. Each time this button is pressed, repeat options
are shown as follows:
Repeat Title
Repeat Chapter
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Repeat All
Cancel Repeat Mode
Note: Repeat play works only with discs for which the elapsed playing time appears in the unit’s
display during playback. Repeat play may not work correctly with some DVDs. For MP3 disc,
there are three modes to repeat the contents: Folder (default value), Rep-one and Folder Rep.
21.A-B
Repeat A-B
1. Press “A-B” during play at the point where repeat play is to set point A.
Press“ A-B” again at the point where repeat play is to be set point B. Repeat
play of the selection between points A and B status.
2. Press “A-B” again. (Standard playback appears on the TV monitor.)
Note: A-B repeat play works only with discs for which the elapsed playing time appears on the
unit’s display during playback. This funciton is not available for MP3 discs. Some subtitles
recorded around point A or B may fail to appear.
22.VOLUME
Use “ VOL+ ” or “ VOL- ” button to adjust the output volume.
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23/27.MUTE(PS:27 FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
Press this button to mute sound. Press it again to restore sound.
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24.P-Scan (Option)
You may select the P-SCAN TV mode to get better resolution and picture.
Note: If your TV doesn’t support P-SCAN mode, the screen will disappear, press it again to solve
the problem.
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24.VOCAL-ASSIST (Option)
you can select Left channel output only or Right channel output only or Stereo
output.
25.PROGRAM
You can arrange the orders of the titles, chapters, or tracks on the disc and
create your own program. This function is only active in PBC (Play Back
Control) OFF mode.
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26.KARAOKE(FOR KARAOKE FUNCTION)
Press“KARAOKE” button once to control KARAOKE function on , press
it again to control.
Special Operation
What is MP3
MP3 is a new music format which is capable to play the music on the internet.
MP3 Operation
1. Turn on the TV and insert an MP3 CD, the MP3 menu folder will be shown on the screen when the tray is closed. (picture 1)
2. Press “5/6” to select the desired folder. (picture 1)
3. Press “PLAY/4” to see the MP3 list under the selected folder. Press “PLAY/4” to return to the previous page. (picture 2)
4. Press “5/6” to select the desired MP3 file. (picture 2)
5. Press “PLAY” to play the selected MP3 file. (picture 3)
6. Select “0” mark and press “PLAY/4” to return to the previous page.
7. You can also press “PROGRAM” to see all the MP3 files in the disc and press “5/6” to select the desired MP3 file and press
“PLAY” to play the selected MP3 file. (picture 4)
8. Press “9” or “:” to go to the next/previous page.
9. Press “1/ALL” to select different play modes including: Single, Repeat Folder, Folder, Shuffle, Random and Repeat
One.
(picture 1)
(picture 2)
(picture 3)
(picture 4)
0 ” sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a folder, not an MP3 file.
• The “
• The“MP3” sign in front of a file name indicates that this is an MP3 file.
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Special Operation
What is JPEG
JPEG is short for the “Joint Photographic Experts Group”, a group of experts nominated to produce standards for
continuous tone image coding.
The best known standard from JPEG is IS 10918-1 (ITU-T T.81), which is the first of a multi-part set of standards
for still image compression. This allows you to create files (such as photographs, drawings, and most clip-art)
that can be archived on a CD-R for viewing on the RDV650, computer, or the web.
Playing Your JPEG Files
Normal Slide Show Presentation
W hen a JPEG disc is loaded into the player, a menu will appear on screen. (the same as the on screen menu of
MP3) Each picture in the current directory will be displayed consecutively in a slideshow presentation and will be
automatically displayed using the largest size that fits in your television screen. Sixteen slideshow “transition”
modes are provided. Use the “PROGRAM” button to select one of the following transition effects:
mode 1: Wipe Top (by default)
mode 2: W ipe Bottom
mode 3: W ipe Left
mode 4: W ipe Right
mode 5: Diagonal W ipe Left Top
mode 6: Diagonal W ipe Right Top
mode 7: Diagonal W ipe Left Bottom
mode 8: Diagonal W ipe Right Bottom
mode 9: Extend From Center H
mode 10: Extend From Center V
mode 11: Compress To Center H
mode 12: Compress To Center V
mode 13: W indow H
mode 14: Window V
mode 15: W ipe From Edge To Center
mode 16: Move In From Top
Press “1/ALL” button to select different play modes including: Random, Repeat One, Repeat All, Repeat Off,
Single and Shuffle.
Image Rotation
There are four modes to rotate a picture: Invert, Mirror, Left, and Right. These operations are allowed only when a
picture is being displayed normally, and will be cancelled automatically when the next picture is displayed (press”next”
or “prev”)The arrow key are used to select the different rotation modes:
Up -Mirror/Vertical
Down -Mirror/Horizontal
Left -Turn left
Right -Turn right
Zoom
This features allows you to view a picture at 50%-200% in several increments. Press the “ZOOM” button. An on
screen message (“ Zoom 100% ”) will verify your selection. Use “F.F” and “F.R” keys to control the amount of zoom in
and out. Press the direction keys to move the picture in any direction. Press “Zoom” button again to exit the “Zoom”
mode and back to normal operation.
Note: When in the “ZOOM” mode, the slideshow transition and image transformation features are disabled.
Menu
W hen JPEG CD is played, the “MENU” key is used to display JPEG folders and the corresponding files. During the
playback, press “STOP” to access thumbnail menu.
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Special Operation
What is WMA (Option)
WMA, short for W indows Media Audio, is also a digital audio file similar to a MP3. WMAs are more efficient than
MP3s because they can be compressed to an even smaller size than MP3s. This simply means that a WMA
takes up less space on your hard drive then a MP3 of the same song does. It also has high sound quality and
can be played on your computer like a MP3 but only works with W indows Media Player.
Application
The same as MP3 operation. (Please refer to Page 12)
What is PROGRESSIVE SCAN (Option)
Progressive Scan is a scanning process used in describing how the electronics of such devices work, but also
describes a process used by image processors and decodes interpolate MPEG-2 formats.
Application
1. This function only works when the TV supports Progressive Scan function.
2. Please refer to Page 6 “Component Output” to understand the way to connect the
TV set.
3. Please refer to Page 20 “TV Mode” to understand the system setting.
4. You can also press the “P-Scan” button on the remote control to switch to P-SCAN
TV mode.
Note: If your TV doesn’t support P-Scan mode, the screen will disappear, press it again to solve the problem.
What is DVD-Audio (Option)
DVD-Audio is a format specifically designed to provide the highest possible audio fidelity capable on DVD. The
audio fidelity of DVD-Audio far exceeds the quality of conventional CD's and audio on DVD-Video.
DVD-Audio takes advantage of the large storage capacity, speed and flexibility possible with DVD. DVD-Audio
provides for audio in stereo and in multi-channel surround in a wide range of specifications. In addition to
audio, a DVD-Audio disk can contain a limited amount of video, which can be used to display text, such as lyrics
or notes; or stills such as a photo album. Up to 16 graphic stills can be associated with each track and onscreen displays can be used for lyrics and disc navigation. As an option, a DVD-Audio disc can also include
audio tracks recorded in the DVD-Video specification (Dolby Digital and DTS) for compatibility with DVD-Video
players.
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System Configuration
Use the Setup Menu display to change the system configuration. In this section, each item on the Setup Menu display will be
described.Use “5 /6 /3 /4 ” buttons to select the item that you want and press “PLAY” or “ENTER” button to confirm.
General Setup Page
TV Display
The type TV set (4:3 or 16:9) connected to the player and the wide screen
picture type for a 4:3 TV can be set. Select “General Setup Page”. You
will see the following table on the screen. Press “5/6” to select “TV
Display”. Press “PLAY” to confirm your choice. This setting can only be
changed on the setup menu.
Normal/PS
Select this option when you connect a normal TV to the player.
Displays the wide picture with a portion automatically cut off (the
left and right edges).
Normal/LB
Select this for a conventional sized TV set. Black bands appear in both
upper and down sides. (Letter-Box Style)
Wide
Select this for a wide-screen TV set, played in full size. Setting the
side-screen TV to FULL mode is also necessary.
Angle Mark
Press “5/6” to select “Angle Mark”. This function can be set to “On”
or “Off.” This function only works on the discs that support the multiple
angle view feature.
OSD Lang
The setup menu can be shown in other languages. You can choose
another language by pressing “5/6” to select “OSD Lang”. Turning
the power off will not effect the setting. T he setting can only be
changed on the setup menu.
Note:Some DVD may not include the pre-selected languages. In this case, the player
automatically displays menu which is consistent with the disc’s initial language setting.
Captions
Press “” to select “Captions”. This function allows you to turn the subtitles on or off.
Screen Saver
Press “5/6” to select “Screen Saver”. This function can be set to
“On” or “Off.”
Last Memory
Press “5/6” to select “Last Memory”. When the setting is “On”, the
player starts memorizing the last memory of the last disk. This function
only works when the player is powered on.
Priority
(option)
The deluxe version model which supports DVD-Audio. You have to
set “DVD-Audio” as the first “Priority” while playing “DVD-Audio”
disc.
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System Configuration
Audio Setup Page
Audio setup options should only be changed if the DVD player
is connected to a LEFT or RIGHT surround sound processor.
Downmix
Switches the mixing down methods
when you play a DVD with rear signal components.This function can
be set to “LT /R T”,“St ereo ”,“V
SURR ”,“Off”.
Note: If you want to have 5.1 channel output, please select “Off”.
Front Speaker
These functions allow you to determi ne the fr ont , c ent er, rear or
subwoofer speaker is “Large” or
“Small” depends on your need.
Center Speaker
These functions allow you to determi ne the fr ont , c ent er, rear or
subwoofer speaker is “Large” ,
“Small” or “Off” depends on your
need.
Speaker
Setup
Rear Speaker
These functions allow you to determi ne the fr ont , c ent er, rear or
subwoofer speaker is “Large” ,
“Small” or “Off” depends on your
need.
Subwoofer
These functions allow you to determi ne the fr ont , c ent er, rear or
subwoofer speaker is “On” or “Off”
depends on your need.
Test Tone
This item allows you to open or close
the test tone function. Downmix had
to be set as “Off”. And there is no
disc in the player.
Dialog
Press “5/6 ” to adjust the dialog
volume while setting Downmix as
“LT / RT” or “Stereo”.
Post DRC
This is selected to adjust post dynamic range compression function
to obtain the different compression
results.
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System Configuration
SPDIF Output
Pr ess “5 /6 ” to selec t “SPDI F
Output”.
CD
Press “5/6 ” to select “CD” digital
output while “SPDIF Output” is set to
“Manual”.
Dolby Digital
Press “5/6” to select “Dolby Digital” output while “SPDIF Output” is
set to “Manual”.
SPDIF Setup
DTS
Press “5/6” to select “DTS” digital
output while “SPDIF Output” is set to
“Manual”.
MPEG
Press “5/6” to select “MPEG” digital output while “SPDIF Output” is set
to “Manual”.
PCM Channel
This function only works when “SPDIF
Output” is set to “Manual”
LPCM Out
Press “5/6” to select “LPCM Out”
frequency. The 2 channel model can
afford 48K and 96K. The 5.1 channel
model can afford 48K, 96K and 192K.
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System Configuration
Dual Mono
This is the output mode of the L and
Dolby Digital Setup
R signals of the set audio output. If it
is set to “Mix-Mono”, this function
only works when the DVD is being
played in 2 channel.
Dynamic
Press “5/6 ” to adjust the linear
compression rate of the signal.
Center
Press “5/6” to select the “Center”
channel. Press“3/4 ” to adujst the
distance. Press “PLAY” to return to
“Channel Delay”. The default setting
is 0cm.
LS
Channel delay
Press “5/6” to select the “Left Surround” channel. Press “3 /4 ” to
adujst the distance. Press “PLAY” to
return to “Channel Delay”. The default setting is 170cm.
RS
Press “5/6 ” to select the “Right
Surround” channel. Press “3/4 ”
to adujst the distance. Press “PLAY”
to return to “Channel Delay”. T he
default setting is 170cm.
Subwoofer
P r e s s “5
/6 ”
to select the
“Subwoofer” channel. Press “3/4”
to adujst the distance. Press “PLAY”
to return to “Channel Delay”. T he
default setting is 0cm.
EQ Type
Equalizer
There are 7 types of EQ setting.You
may select the favorite sound effect
according to the playing disc.
Bass Boost
Enable the “Bass Boost” function.
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System Configuration
Super Bass
Enable the “Super Bass” function.
This function only works when “Bass
Boost” is on.
Treble Boost
Enable “Treble Boost” function.
PRO Logic II
(Option)
Press “5/6” to select “PRO Logic
II”.
Mode
(Option)
Press “5/6 ” to select “Mode”.
This function only works when the
“PRO Logic II” setting is selected
to “On” or “Auto”.
Panorama
3D Processing
Press
“5
(Option)
/6
” to
select
“Panorama”. T his function only
works when the “PRO Logic II” setting is selected to “On” or “Auto”.
PRO Logic (Option)
The deluxe version model sup-
Dimension
“5
(Option)
/6
ports prologic II virtual surround
Press
sound effect.
“Dimension”. This function only
” to
select
works when the “PRO Logic II” setting is selected to “On” or “Auto”.
Center Width
(Option)
Press “5/6 ” to select “Center
Width”. T his function only works
when the “PRO Logic II” setting is
selected to “On” or “Auto”.
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System Configuration
Reverb Mode
3D PROCESSING MODE selection.
T her e ar e 7 opt i ons i nc ludi ng,
“C o n ce rt , L i v i n g R o o m , H al l ,
Bathroom, Cave, Arena, Church”.
HDCD (Option)
Select “HDCD” to have better sound
quality while playing HDCD format
CD. (This function only works when
the “Filter” is selected to 88.2K.)
Karaoke Setup (Option)
Select “Karraoke Setup” while the
player supports this function.
MIC Threshold
(Option)
Pr es s “5 /6 ” t o s el ec t “M I C
Threshold”.
Video Setup Page
Component
Enable component video output.
Please note that VGA is an option.
Note:
If the player is with SCART output, the factory
setting will be set to “SCART”. Besides, if the
TV supports P-Scan function and you would
like to enable P-Scan function, please change
the “Component”setting into YUV, then select “P-Scan”in TV Mode.
TV Mode
Select the interlace or P-SCAN
(Option) TV mode. (Component
should be set to YUV.)
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System Configuration
Sharpness
Press “5/6” to adjust “Sharpness”.
Brightness
Quality
Press “3/4” to adjust “Brightness”.
Adjust the video output quqlity .
Press “PLAY” to return to “Brightness”.
Contrast
Press “3/4 ” to adjust “Contrast”.
Press “PLAY” to return to “Contrast”.
Gamma
Press “5/6 ” to adjust “Gamma”.
Hue
Press “3/4” to adjust “Hue”. Press
“PLAY” to return to “Hue”.
Saturation
Press “3/4 ” to adjust “Saturation”.
P r e s s “P L AY ” t o r e t u r n t o
“Saturation”.
Luma Delay
Press “5/6” to adjust “Luma Delay”.
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System Configuration
Preference Page
TV Type
Press “5/6” to select “TV Type”.
Select the TV type according to the
TV set. ( Including NTSC, PAL and
Multi.)
PBC
Playback control. This is the function especially for VCD. Press “PBC”
(On) to allow to program selected
c hapt er . Af t er t hi s m at er i al i s
completed, the root menu will appear.
Press “PBC” (Off) to play movie
uninterrupted.
Audio
This function can be set to
“English”, “French”, “Spanish”,
“Chinese”, “Japanese” or
“German” and etc. (depending on
the DVD format).
Subtitle
This function can be set to
“English”, “French”, “Spanish”,
“Chinese”, “Japanese” or
“German” and etc. (depending on
the DVD format).
Disc Menu
This function can be set to
“English”, “French”, “Spanish”,
“Chinese”, “Japanese” or
“German” and etc. (depending on
the DVD format).
Parental
Move the arrow to “Parental”. There
are 8 options of selections. Parental
control only works with DVD discs
that have this protect ion system
encoded. Parental control does not
work for VCD or audio CD discs.
Country Region
Set up the parental control country
region.
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System Configuration
Default
This function will change all parameter to the default setting.
Password Setup Page
Password Mode
Press “5/6 ” to select “Password
Mode” to “On” or “Off”.
Password
The initial factory setting for “Old
Password” is 123456 for 5.1CH
DVD player. You need to enter this
number if you want to change the
password.
Note:
D o not for get your pas s word.
Currently, there is no way to override the password.
Exit Setup Page
Exit Setup Menu
Press “PLAY” to exit the Setup
Menu.
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Warranty and Service Information
Yamakawa Consumer Limited Warranty
Yamakawa provides a limited one year warranty for this product against defects in material and workmanship under normal use
and service from the date of purchase by the original purchaser from an authorized Yamakawa reseller. No Warranty for commercial use.
YAMAKAWA does not make any other warranties in respect to the product, either expressed or implied, including no warranties
of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, except as expressly provided in this agreement.
If any labor, repair or parts replacement is required because of accident, negligence, misuse, theft, vandalism, fire, water or peril; or
because of conditions outside of the manufacturers specifications, including but not limited to, electrical power,temperature, humidity
or dust; or by moving, repair relocation or alteration not performed by YAMAKAWA or by any cause other than normal use, the warranty
provided herein shall not apply. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser.
YAMAKAWA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR FOR
LOSS, DAMAGE OR EXPENSE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING FROM CUSTOMERS USE FO OR INABILITY TO USE THE
EQUIPMENT EITHER SEPERATLY OR IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER EQUIPMENT, OR FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS
OR DESTRUCTION OF OTHER PROPERTY, OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE.
Upon notification as set forth on the reverse side of this card, YAMAKAWA or its authorized service centers shall have the option to repair or
replace any defective part of the product. Such service by YAMAKAWA shall be customers' sole and exclusive remedy. YAMAKAWA
will bear the cost of warranty labor and materials for hardware maintenance, repair or replacement. Customer shall pay freight/
transportation charges to YAMAKAWA or authorized service centers.Proper installation and setup are ole responsibility of Customer.
IF SERVICE IS REQUIRED If the product does not perform as warranted, call YAMAKAWA for available service options and the
location of your authorized service center, or email us at service@yamakawausa.com
If it is necessary to return an item to YAMAKAWA the defective product should be securely packaged with accessories in original boxes and
insured for shipment. Owner agrees to insure and accept all liability for loss of or damage to this product. YOU MUST CALL TECHNICAL
SUPPORT AT 800-8149614 FOR A RETURN AUTHORIZATION No.(RMA) AND SHIP-TO ADDRESS BEFORE SHIPPING ANY PRODUCT.
Please include copy of your dated sales receipt, product serial number + detailed description of the problem.
The product must be returned to YAMAKAWA within 2 weeks of receiving the RMA number. YAMAKAWA will make every effort
to exchange or repair within 30 days of receipt.
recorded on DVD discs.
This warranty is valid only in North America.
Products taken outside of North America are no longer eligible for warranty service. This warranty shall not be applicable to the extent
that any Federal, State or Municipal law, which cannot be preempted, prohibits any provision of this warranty. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
PLEASE RECORD YOUR SERIAL NUMBER HERE
YAMAKAWA
Toll Free Phone: 800-814-9614
www.yamakawausa.com
email: service@yamakawausa.com
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