Classé Audio
Automation Interface Protocol Definition
Module:
Submodule:
Automation interface
CDP-102, CDP-202,
CDP-300, CDP-502
and CDT-300
Author:
Date:
Revision:
Serge Croteau
May 04, 2007
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Document Contents
1: Introduction..................................................................................................................... 5
2: Protocol Definitions........................................................................................................ 5
2.1: Terminology definition ............................................................................................ 5
2.2: Connector definition ................................................................................................ 5
2.3: Data format .............................................................................................................. 5
2.4: Command structure.................................................................................................. 5
2.5: Command Feedback ................................................................................................ 6
2.6: Status messages........................................................................................................ 6
3: Control commands.......................................................................................................... 6
3.1: OPEN ....................................................................................................................... 6
3.2: CLOSE..................................................................................................................... 6
3.3: EJCT ........................................................................................................................ 7
3.4: PLAY ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.5: STOP........................................................................................................................ 7
3.6: PAUS ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.7: STEP ........................................................................................................................ 7
3.8: UNPS ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.9: NEXT....................................................................................................................... 8
3.10: PREV ..................................................................................................................... 8
3.11: NEXT TITLE......................................................................................................... 8
3.12: PREV TITLE ......................................................................................................... 8
3.13: FWD....................................................................................................................... 8
3.14: REV ....................................................................................................................... 8
3.15: SFWD .................................................................................................................... 9
3.16: SREV ..................................................................................................................... 9
3.17: FFWD .................................................................................................................... 9
3.18: FREV ..................................................................................................................... 9
3.19: SPEED+ ............................................................................................................... 10
3.20: SPEED-................................................................................................................ 10
3.21: STILL+ ................................................................................................................ 10
3.22: STILL- ................................................................................................................. 10
3.23: JUMP TIME ........................................................................................................ 10
3.24: JUMP ................................................................................................................... 10
3.25: TRACK................................................................................................................ 11
3.26: TITLE .................................................................................................................. 11
3.27: SHFL.................................................................................................................... 11
3.28: PRG+ ................................................................................................................... 11
3.29: PRG- .................................................................................................................... 11
3.30: PCLR ................................................................................................................... 12
3.31: PEMPTY.............................................................................................................. 12
3.32: SAVE ................................................................................................................... 12
3.33: 0…255 ................................................................................................................. 12
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3.34: RPDC ................................................................................................................... 12
3.35: RPTT.................................................................................................................... 12
3.36: RPTK ................................................................................................................... 13
3.37: RPAB ................................................................................................................... 13
3.38: RPOF ................................................................................................................... 13
3.39: MENU DISC........................................................................................................ 13
3.40: MENU TITLE...................................................................................................... 13
3.41: UP ........................................................................................................................ 13
3.42: DOWN ................................................................................................................. 14
3.43: LEFT.................................................................................................................... 14
3.44: RIGHT ................................................................................................................. 14
3.45: SELECT............................................................................................................... 14
3.46: SUBT ................................................................................................................... 14
3.47: AUDIO................................................................................................................. 14
3.48: SURR ................................................................................................................... 15
3.49: ANGLE................................................................................................................ 15
3.50: ZOOM.................................................................................................................. 15
3.51: ASPECT .............................................................................................................. 15
3.52: VOLA .................................................................................................................. 15
3.53: MVOL+ ............................................................................................................... 15
3.54: MVOL- ................................................................................................................ 16
3.55: MUTE .................................................................................................................. 16
3.56: UNMT.................................................................................................................. 16
3.57: LSY+.................................................................................................................... 16
3.58: LSY-..................................................................................................................... 16
3.59: LSY...................................................................................................................... 16
3.60: STBY ................................................................................................................... 17
3.61: OPER ................................................................................................................... 17
3.62: LCD0 ................................................................................................................... 17
3.63: LCD1 ................................................................................................................... 17
3.64: LCD2 ................................................................................................................... 17
3.65: LCD3 ................................................................................................................... 17
3.66: DSCE ................................................................................................................... 17
3.67: DSCR ................................................................................................................... 18
3.68: TRKE ................................................................................................................... 18
3.69: TRKR................................................................................................................... 18
4: Status request commands.............................................................................................. 18
4.1: STAT SYST........................................................................................................... 18
4.2: STAT AUTO ......................................................................................................... 18
4.3: STAT OFF ............................................................................................................. 19
4.4: STAT DSCT .......................................................................................................... 19
4.5: STAT TRKT .......................................................................................................... 19
4.6: STAT DSCI ........................................................................................................... 19
4.7: STAT TRKI ........................................................................................................... 19
4.8: STAT TTL ............................................................................................................. 19
4.9: STAT TRK ............................................................................................................ 20
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4.10: STAT MEDIA ..................................................................................................... 20
4.11: STAT MAIN........................................................................................................ 20
4.12: STAT SUBT ........................................................................................................ 20
4.13: STAT AUDIO...................................................................................................... 20
4.14: STAT VIDEO ...................................................................................................... 21
4.15: STAT LSY........................................................................................................... 21
4.16: STAT RPT ........................................................................................................... 21
4.17: STAT RNDM ...................................................................................................... 21
4.18: STAT TMDE ....................................................................................................... 21
4.19: STAT HDMI........................................................................................................ 21
5: System Status Messages ............................................................................................... 22
5.1: SY status ................................................................................................................ 22
5.2: DT .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.3: TT........................................................................................................................... 23
5.4: DI ........................................................................................................................... 23
5.5: TI............................................................................................................................ 23
5.6: TTL ........................................................................................................................ 23
5.7: TRK ....................................................................................................................... 24
5.8: SY MEDIA ............................................................................................................ 24
5.9: SY VOLA .............................................................................................................. 24
5.10: SY VOLR ............................................................................................................ 24
5.11: SY SUBT ............................................................................................................. 24
5.12: SY AUDIO .......................................................................................................... 25
5.13: SY VIDEO........................................................................................................... 26
5.14: SY LSY................................................................................................................ 26
5.15: SY RPT ................................................................................................................ 26
5.16: SY RNDM ........................................................................................................... 27
5.17: SY TMDE ............................................................................................................ 27
5.18: SY HDMI............................................................................................................. 27
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1: Introduction
The purpose of this document is to describe the RS-232 automation interface protocol and
the command set applicable to the CDP-300 DVD player.
2: Protocol Definitions
2.1: Terminology definition
Values between <> are control characters. For example: <cr> represent carriage return and
<lf> represent line feed.
Values between square brackets are optional. For example, if you see [speed] in a
command description, you can omit the speed parameter.
 Represent
€ Represent
a communication from the computer to the CDP-300.
a communication from the CDP-300 to the computer.
Represent an information about the command or status.
2.2: Connector definition
The automation interface RS-232 port use a standard DB-9 connector configures as DCE.
A regular serial cable can be used to connect to a computer.
2.3: Data format
The RS232 communication with the CDP-300 operates with a UART configured for 9600
baud, 8 bits, no parity, and one stop bit. The automation interface does not support flow
control, so the terminal program should be configured accordingly.
There is no minimum time between bytes required, as the CDP-300 allows for a 16 byte
FIFO. The PC or home controller system similarly must accept status data without delays
between bytes from the CDP-300. All command and status data are ASCII bytes.
2.4: Command structure
All commands and status strings follow a format, which include 4 leading bytes, which
serve as the address of the command. A period and zero or more space characters separate
the address and command fields. The end of the command line is identified by a carriage
return/line feed.
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For the CDP-300, the address field is “P300”. The address data and the period delimiter
may be omitted if the controller/PC uniquely connects to the CDP-300. Any commands
that are received without an address field are interpreted for local operation.
Example: “P300.PLAY<cr><lf>” or “PLAY<cr><lf>” would be valid commands.
2.5: Command Feedback
The CDP-300 will send a 3-character reply to acknowledge each recognized command.
There is no leading address field to the command feedback. The feedback is generated
within 100ms of the receipt of the last command termination character (line feed). If no
reply is received at the PC/controller host after 100ms., the command should be reissued.
If the command is recognized by the CDP-300, The positive acknowledgement, which is
composed of an exclamation point followed by a carriage return and line feed “!<cr><lf>”,
will be sent out.
If the command is not recognized by the CDP-300, The negative acknowledgement, which
is composed of an exclamation point followed by a carriage return and line feed
“?<cr><lf>”, will be sent out.
If the command requires a response, that response will follow the format described in the
status section of this document.
2.6: Status messages
The CDP-300 will generate different status messages autonomously. These automatic
messages can be disabled using the “STAT OFF” command.
3: Control commands
3.1: OPEN
 OPEN<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Open the tray. This command is only valid on Tray Loader units.
3.2: CLOSE
 CLOSE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
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Close the tray. This command is only valid on Tray Loader units.
3.3: EJCT
 EJCT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Eject the disc from the loader. This command is only valid on Slot Loader units.
3.4: PLAY
 PLAY<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Start playback of the disc.
3.5: STOP
 STOP<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Stop playback of the disc.
3.6: PAUS
 PAUS<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Pause playback of the currently selected track.
3.7: STEP
 STEP<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Valid only during pause state on DVD-V disc. Will advance to the next video frame.
3.8: UNPS
 UNPS<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Resume playback of the disc after pause.
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3.9: NEXT
 NEXT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Skips to next track/chapter on disc or in program.
3.10: PREV
 PREV<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Skips back to previous track/chapter on disc or in program.
3.11: NEXT TITLE
 NEXT TITLE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Skips to next title or group on DVD-V or DVD-A media.
3.12: PREV TITLE
 PREV TITLE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Skips to previous title or group on DVD-V or DVD-A media.
3.13: FWD
 FWD [speed]<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Seek forward at specified speed. This command is only valid if the disc is currently playing. The
speed parameter is optional and will default to 2X.
Valid speed values for CDDA: 2X 4X 8X 16X
Valid speed values for DVD-V: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X
Valid speed values for DVD-A: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X
Valid speed values for MP3: 4X
Valid speed values for WMA: 4X
Valid speed values for AAC: 4X
3.14: REV
 REV
[speed]<cr><lf>
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€ !<cr><lf>
Seek reverse at specified speed. This command is only valid if the disc is currently playing. The
speed parameter is optional and will default to 2X.
Valid speed values for CDDA: 2X 4X 8X 16X.
Valid speed values for DVD-V: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for DVD-A: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for MP3: 4X.
Valid speed values for WMA: 4X.
Valid speed values for AAC: 4X.
3.15: SFWD
 SFWD<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Slow forward at half speed. This command is only valid if a DVD-V disc is currently playing. If the
disc is already in slow mode, this command will increase the speed.
3.16: SREV
 SREV<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Slow reverse at half speed. This command is only valid if a DVD-V disc is currently playing. . If
the disc is already in slow mode, this command will decrease the speed.
3.17: FFWD
 FFWD<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Fast forward at double speed (quad speed for MP3, WMA and AAC). This command is only valid if
a DVD-V disc is currently playing. . If the disc is already in fast mode, this command will increase
the speed.
3.18: FREV
 FREV<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Fast reverse at double speed (quad speed for MP3, WMA and AAC). This command is only valid if
a DVD-V disc is currently playing. . If the disc is already in fast mode, this command will decrease
the speed.
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3.19: SPEED+
 SPEED+<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
This command will increase the search speed. This command is only valid if a disc is currently in
search mode.
3.20: SPEED-
 SPEED-<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
This command will decrease the search speed. This command is only valid if a disc is currently in
search mode.
3.21: STILL+
 STILL+<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Go to the next still image. This command is only valid for DVD-A media.
3.22: STILL-
 STILL-<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Go to the previous still image. This command is only valid for DVD-A media.
3.23: JUMP TIME
 JUMP TIME
€ !<cr><lf>
[[hh:]mm:]ss<cr><lf>
Jump to a specific time on the disc.
The hh parameter represent hour and can be from 0 to 99. If omitted, the format becomes mm:ss.
The mm parameter represents minutes and can be between 0 and 59. If omitted, format becomes ss.
The ss parameter represents the seconds and can be between 0 and 59.
3.24: JUMP
 JUMP [tt:]ccc<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
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Jump to a specific title/chapter or group/track on the disc.
The tt parameter represents title on a DVD-V and can be between 0 and 99. The tt parameter
represents group on a DVD-A and can be between 0 and 9. If omitted, the format becomes ccc.
The ccc parameter represent chapter on a DVD-V and can be between 0 and 225. The ccc
parameter represent track on a CDDA and DVD-A and can be between 0 and 99.
3.25: TRACK
 TRACK ccc<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Jump to a specific chapter or track on the disc.
The ccc parameter represent chapter on a DVD-V and can be between 0 and 225. The ccc
parameter represent track on a CDDA and DVD-A and can be between 0 and 99.
3.26: TITLE
 TITLE tt<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Jump to a specific title orgroup on the disc.
The tt parameter represents title on a DVD-V and can be between 0 and 99. The tt parameter
represent group on a DVD-A and can be between 0 and 9.
3.27: SHFL
 OPEN<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Begins shuffle play of disc. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
3.28: PRG+
 PRG+<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Adds current selected track to program. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
3.29: PRG-
 PRG-<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Removes current selected track to program. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
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3.30: PCLR
 PCLR <cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Clears (empties) the current playlist. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
3.31: PEMPTY
 PEMPTY <cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Resets the playlist to disc’s table of contents. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
3.32: SAVE
 SAVE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Saves the currently constructed program. This command is only valid for CDDA media.
3.33: 0…255
 ccc<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Jump to a specific chapter or track on the disc.
The ccc parameter represent chapter on a DVD-V and can be between 0 and 225. The ccc
parameter represent track on a CDDA and DVD-A and can be between 0 and 99.
3.34: RPDC
 RPDC<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Engage repeat disc function.
3.35: RPTT
 RPTT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Engage repeat title function on DVD-V and repeat group function on DVD-A.
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3.36: RPTK
 RPTK<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Engage repeat chapter function on DVD-V and repeat track function on other media types.
3.37: RPAB
 RPAB<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Engage repeat A/B function. A first occurrence of the command set the begin point. Second
occurrences marks the end position and start the repeat process. This command is only supported
on DVD-V media.
3.38: RPOF
 RPOF<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Turns off all repeat modes.
3.39: MENU DISC
 MENU DISC<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Activate the Disc Menu. This command is only valid on DVD-V and DVD-A media.
3.40: MENU TITLE
 MENU TITLE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Activate the Title Menu. This command is only valid on DVD-V and DVD-A media.
3.41: UP
 UP<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Move cursor up.
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3.42: DOWN
 DOWN<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Move cursor down.
3.43: LEFT
 LEFT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Move cursor left.
3.44: RIGHT
 RIGHT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Move cursor right.
3.45: SELECT
 SELECT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the highlighted item of the menu..
3.46: SUBT
 SUBT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the next available subtitle track. This command is only available on DVD-V and DVD-A
media.
3.47: AUDIO
 AUDIO<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the next available audio track. This command is only available on DVD-V and DVD-A
media.
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3.48: SURR
 SURR<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
This command toggle between stereo and 5.1 modes.
3.49: ANGLE
 ANGLE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the next available camera angle. This command is only available on DVD-V and DVD-A
media.
3.50: ZOOM
 ZOOM<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the next available zoom ratio. This command is only available on DVD-V and DVD-A
media.
3.51: ASPECT
 ASPECT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Select the next available aspect ratio (16:9 / 4:3 LB / 4:3 PS).
3.52: VOLA
 VOLA vvv.v<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets volume to absolute vvv.v, or the nearest possible value. The vvv.v value can be between 0.0
and 100.0 in 0.5 dB steps. This command is only available if the volume control is enabled.
3.53: MVOL+
 MVOL+<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Increment the volume. This command is only available if the volume control is enabled.
Note that in order to use the system acceleration mode, the MVOL +/- commands must be received
within 200ms of the system’s reply.
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3.54: MVOL-
 MVOL-<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Decrement the volume. This command is only available if the volume control is enabled.
Note that in order to use the system acceleration mode, the MVOL +/- commands must be received
within 200ms of the system’s reply.
3.55: MUTE
 MUTE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Mute the unit. This command is only available if the volume control is enabled.
3.56: UNMT
 UNMT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Un-mute the unit. This command is only available if the volume control is enabled.
3.57: LSY+
 LSY+<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Add 1millisecond to the lip-sync delay.
3.58: LSY-
 LSY-<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Remove 1millisecond from the lip-sync delay.
3.59: LSY
 LSY nnn<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Set the lip-sync delay to the specified value in milliseconds.
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3.60: STBY
 STBY<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Puts CDP-300 into standby.
3.61: OPER
 OPER<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Puts CDP-300 into operate mode.
3.62: LCD0
 LCD0<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the front panel LCD off.
3.63: LCD1
 LCD1<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the front panel LCD to low intensity.
3.64: LCD2
 LCD2<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the front panel LCD to medium intensity.
3.65: LCD3
 LCD3<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the front panel LCD to high intensity.
3.66: DSCE
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 DSCE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the display mode to elapsed time on disc.
3.67: DSCR
 DSCR<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the display mode to remaining time on disc (default mode when stopped).
3.68: TRKE
 DSCE <cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the display mode to elapsed time on track.
3.69: TRKR
 DSCE <cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Sets the display mode to remaining time on track.
4: Status request commands
4.1: STAT SYST
 STAT SYST<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See system status
message section]
Status request for current system state.
4.2: STAT AUTO
 STAT AUTO<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Enable the autonomous status messages. This is the default state of the unit.
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4.3: STAT OFF
 STAT OFF<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
Disable the autonomous status messages.
4.4: STAT DSCT
 STAT DSCT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See DT status message]
Status request for total disc time.
4.5: STAT TRKT
 STAT TRKT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See TT status message]
Status request for track current time. If stopped, will return total track time.
4.6: STAT DSCI
 STAT DSCI<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY DSCI status
message]
Status request for ASCII album title.
4.7: STAT TRKI
 STAT TRKI<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY TRKI status
message]
Status request for ASCII track title.
4.8: STAT TTL
 STAT TTL<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY TTL status
message]
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Status request for current selected title or group. This command is only valid for DVD-V and DVDA media.
4.9: STAT TRK
 STAT TRK<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY TTL status
message]
Status request for current selected chapter or track.
4.10: STAT MEDIA
 STAT MEDIA<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY MEDIA status
message]
Status request for current loaded media type.
4.11: STAT MAIN
 STAT MAIN<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY VOLA and SY
VOLR status message]
Status request for current main volume. This command is only available if volume control is
enabled.
4.12: STAT SUBT
 STAT SUBT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY SUBT status
message]
Status request for current subtitle track information. This command is only valid for DVD-V and
DVD-A media.
4.13: STAT AUDIO
 STAT AUDIO<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY AUDIO status
message]
Status request for current audio track information. This command is valid for all media, but some
information may not be applicable.
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4.14: STAT VIDEO
 STAT VIDEO<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY VIDEO status
message]
Status request for current video information. This command is only valid for models equipped with
a video interface.
4.15: STAT LSY
 STAT LSY<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY LSY status
message]
Status request for current lip-sync information.
4.16: STAT RPT
 STAT RPT<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY RPT status
message]
Status request for current repeat mode information.
4.17: STAT RNDM
 STAT RNDM<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY RNDM status
message]
Status request for current random mode information.
4.18: STAT TMDE
 STAT TMDE<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY TMDE status
message]
Status request for current display time mode information.
4.19: STAT HDMI
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 STAT HDMI<cr><lf>
€ !<cr><lf>
€ [See SY HDMI status
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message]
Status request for current HDMI interface information. This command is only valid on models
equipped with an HDMI interface.
5: System Status Messages
5.1: SY status
€ SY
status<cr><lf>
Report the current system state. This message can be triggered by the STAT SYST command or by a
system state change if the autonomous messages are enabled. Valid values of status are described
in the following table.
Possible status parameter values
OPEN
TRAY
EJCT
STBY
OPER
SPIN
VOID
PLAY
DVDMENU
PRESTOP
STOP
PAUS
FWD speed
REV speed
ERR
The tray is open. Only available on unit equipped with a tray loader.
The tray is moving. Only available on unit equipped with a tray loader.
The media is being ejected. Only available on unit equipped with a slot loader.
The CDP-300 is in standby state.
The CDP-300 is in operating state.
The disc is being detected and table of content being read.
There is no disc in the loader.
The disc is playing.
The DVD-V or DVD-A disc is executing the DVD Menu.
The player is in pre-stop state.
The player is in stop state.
The player is in pause state.
The player is searching forward at the specified speed.
Valid speed values for CDDA: 2X 4X 8X 16X.
Valid speed values for DVD-V: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for DVD-A: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for MP3: 4X.
Valid speed values for WMA: 4X.
Valid speed values for AAC: 4X.
The player is searching reverse at the specified speed.
Valid speed values for CDDA: 2X 4X 8X 16X.
Valid speed values for DVD-V: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for DVD-A: 1/8 ¼ ½ 2X 4X 8X 16X 30X 60X.
Valid speed values for MP3: 4X.
Valid speed values for WMA: 4X.
Valid speed values for AAC: 4X.
The player is in error state.
5.2: DT
€ DT
tt hh:mm:ss<cr><lf>
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Report the total disc time. This message can be triggered by the STAT DSCT command, on a disc
insertion or on entering the stop state if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The tt parameter represent the number of chapters or track on the media. It can have a value
between 0 and 255.
The hh:mm:ss parameter represent the total disc time.
5.3: TT
€ TT
ct hh:mm:ss<cr><lf>
Report the track current time. If stopped, will return total track time. This message can be
triggered by the STAT DSCI command, on a media insertion if the autonomous messages are
enabled.
The ct parameter represents the current chapter or track number. It can have a value between 0
and 255.
The hh:mm:ss parameter represent the current track time. If stopped, it represent the total track
time.
5.4: DI
€ DI
text<cr><lf>
Report the album ASCII information. This message can be triggered by the STAT DSCI command,
on a track selection and while the disc is playing if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The text parameter represents the album name and artist name when available on the media.
5.5: TI
€ TI
text<cr><lf>
Report the current track ASCII information. This message can be triggered by the STAT TRKI
command, on a track selection and while the disc is playing if the autonomous messages are
enabled.
The text parameter represents the track name when available on the media.
5.6: TTL
€ TTL
tt<cr><lf>
Report the currently selected or playing title/group. This message can be triggered by the STAT
TTL command and on a title or group selection if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The tt parameter represents the title or group number or can be “- -“ if unknown at the moment.
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5.7: TRK
€ TRK
ccc<cr><lf>
Report the currently selected or playing chapter/track. This message can be triggered by the STAT
TRK command and on a chapter or track selection if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The ccc parameter represents the chapter or track number or can be “- - -“ if unknown at the
moment.
5.8: SY MEDIA
€ SY
MEDIA mediatype<cr><lf>
Report the currently loaded media type. This message can be triggered by the STAT MEDIA
command and on a disc insertion if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The mediatype parameter represents the current media type inserted in the loader. Valid values of
mediatype are described in the following table.
Possible mediatype parameter values
DONE
DVD
DVDA
CDDA
VCD
SVCD
SACD
DATA
The loader is empty.
A DVD VIDEO disc is detected.
A DVD AUDIO disc is detected.
A CDDA disc is detected.
A VCD disc is detected.
A SVCD disc is detected.
A SACD disc is detected.
A DATA disc (MP3, WMA, AAC) is detected.
5.9: SY VOLA
€ SY
VOLA vv [muted]<cr><lf>
Report the current volume in absolute value. This message can be triggered by the STAT MAIN
command and on a volume change if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The vv volume value can be between 0 and 100 in 0.5 step. Parameter muted will be displayer only
if unit is muted. This status is only available if the volume is enabled.
5.10: SY VOLR
€ SY
VOLR svv [muted]<cr><lf>
Report the current volume in relative value. This message can be triggered by the STAT MAIN
command and on a volume change if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The svv volume value can be between –89.0 and +14.0 in 0.5 step. Parameter muted will be
displayer only if unit is muted. This status is only available if the volume is enabled.
5.11: SY SUBT
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SUBT language<cr><lf>
Report the currently selected subtitle language. This message can be triggered by the STAT SUBT
command and when the subtitle language changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The language parameter represents the current subtitle language. Valid values of language are
described in the following table. This status is only valid for DVD-V and DVD-A media.
Possible language parameter values
Language name
The current language of the subtitle. Valid only for DVD and DVD-A.
5.12: SY AUDIO
€ SY
AUDIO stream samplerate [nCH] [language]<cr><lf>
Report the current audio stream information. This command is valid for all media, but some
information may not be applicable. This message can be triggered by the STAT AUDIO command
and when an audio parameter changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible stream parameter values
DOLBY
WMA
MP3
CDDA
DTS
LPCM
DSDSTEREO
DSDMULTI
DSDDOWNMIX
MUSICAM
SDDS
PCM
DMC
MLP
MPEG1
MPEG2
AAC
HDCD
PNG
NONE
The current stream is in Dolby format.
The current stream is in WMA format.
The current stream is in MP3 format.
The current stream is in CD-DA format.
The current stream is in DTS format.
The current stream is in LPCM format.
The current stream is in DSD Stereo format.
The current stream is in DSD Multichannel format.
The current stream is in DSD Downmix format.
The current stream is in Musicam format.
The current stream is in SDDS format.
The current stream is in PCM format.
The current stream is in DMC format.
The current stream is in MLP format.
The current stream is in MPEG1 format.
The current stream is in MPEG2 format.
The current stream is in AAC format.
The current stream is in HDCD format.
The current stream is in PNG format.
There is no audio stream.
[1 .. 8]CH
The number of channels in the current audio stream (DVD and DVD-A only).
8kHz
11.025kHz
12kHz
16kHz
22.05kHz
24kHz
The sample rate is 8 kHz.
The sample rate is 11.025 kHz.
The sample rate is 12 kHz.
The sample rate is 16 kHz.
The sample rate is 22.05 kHz.
The sample rate is 24 kHz.
Possible channel parameter values
Possible samplerate parameter values
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32kHz
44.1kHz
48kHz
64kHz
88.2kHz
96kHz
128kHz
176.4kHz
192kHz
SPDIF
NONE
The sample rate is 32 kHz.
The sample rate is 44.1 kHz.
The sample rate is 48 kHz.
The sample rate is 64 kHz.
The sample rate is 88.2 kHz.
The sample rate is 96 kHz.
The sample rate is 128 kHz.
The sample rate is 176.4 kHz.
The sample rate is 192 kHz.
The sample rate is unknown because it come from SPDIF.
There is no audio stream.
Language name
The current language of the track. Valid only for DVD and DVD-A.
Possible language parameter values
5.13: SY VIDEO
€ SY
VIDEO aspect scanning<cr><lf>
Report the current video stream information. This command is valid for all media, but some
information may not be applicable. This message can be triggered by the STAT VIDEO command
and when a video parameter changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible aspect parameter values
4:3PS
16:9
4:3LB
NONE
The current aspect ratio is 4:3 pan-scan.
The current aspect ratio is 16:9 pan-scan.
The current aspect ratio is 4:3 Letterbox.
The parameter is nor applicable.
PROG
INT
NONE
The current video stream is progressive.
The current video stream is interlaced.
The parameter is nor applicable.
Possible scanning parameter values
5.14: SY LSY
€ SY
LSY svvv<cr><lf>
Report the current lip-sync delay value. This message can be triggered by the STAT LSY command
and on change of lip-sync delay if the autonomous messages are enabled.
The svvv lip-sync value can be between –100 and 100 in 1 millisecond step. Parameter muted will
be displayer only if unit is muted. This status is only available if the volume is enabled.
5.15: SY RPT
€ SY
RPT repeat<cr><lf>
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Report the current repeat mode information. This message can be triggered by the STAT RPT
command and when repeat mode changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible repeat parameter values
RPDC
RPTK
RPA
RPAB
RPTT
The current repeat mode is repeat disc.
The current repeat mode is repeat track or chapter.
The current repeat mode is repeat A-B where only start point is selected.
The current repeat mode is repeat A-B.
The current repeat mode is repeat title or group. This mode is only applicable
to DVD-V and DVD-A media.
The current repeat mode is off.
OFF
5.16: SY RNDM
€ SY
RNDM random<cr><lf>
Report the current random mode information. This message can be triggered by the STAT RNDM
command and when random mode changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible random parameter values
RNDM
SHFL
OFF
The current random mode is random play.
The current random mode is shuffle play.
The current random mode is off.
5.17: SY TMDE
€ SY
TMDE timemode<cr><lf>
Report the current display time mode information. This message can be triggered by the STAT
TMDE command and when display time mode changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible timemode parameter values
TRKE
TRKR
DSCE
DSCR
OFF
The current display timemode is track elapsed time.
The current display timemode is track remaining time.
The current display timemode is disc elapsed time.
The current display timemode is disc remaining time.
The current display timemode is off.
5.18: SY HDMI
€ SY
HDMI status [resolution]<cr><lf>
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Report the current HDMI interface information. This status is only valid on models equipped with
an HDMI interface. This message can be triggered by the STAT HDMI command and when the
HDMI status or resolution changes if the autonomous messages are enabled.
Valid values of the parameters are described in the following tables.
Possible status parameter values
INACTIVE
The HDMI interface is currently inactive.
This table is to be completed.
UNKNOWN
The HDMI interface resolution is currently unknown.
This table is to be completed.
Possible resolution parameter values
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