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JVC TH-D50 Instruction Manual
Home Theater System Problems
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Illustrations and button names of the TH-D60 are mainly used for explanation. The following icons and illustrations are used to make the explanations simple and easy-to-understand. Icons for System operations Operations from the center unit Operations from the remote control The function can be operated from the on-screen bar ( 21). Icons for the references and notes Reference page for the function/ operation Caution for the function/operation Note for the function/operation Tip for the function/operation Icons for operating information The function is available while playing. The function is available while paused. The function is available while stopped. There is a time limit on performing the target operation. Illustrations for button operations Press the button briefly. Press the button repeatedly.
Table of contents
Before using this System.. 2 Playable discs/devices/files.. 3 Playable disc types.. 3 Playable digital devices.. 3 Playable file types.. 4 Getting started... 5 Checking the supplied accessories.. 5 Putting batteries into the remote control. 5 Connecting the speakers and subwoofer. 5 Speaker layout... 6 Connecting the antennas... 7 Connecting a TV.. 7 Connecting external components.. 8 Connecting the AC power cord.. 9 Basic and common operations. 10 Sound and monitor settings.. 12 Sound settings and adjustments.. 12 Scanning mode setting.. 14 Disc/file playback... 15 Basic playback... 15 Using the disc menu.. 17 Locating a desired scene or song. 17 Changing the playback mode. 18 Advanced operations.. 19 Special playback for DVD Audio.. 20 Operation from the TV screen.. 21 Personal settings... 23 XM Satellite Radio operations.. 25 Preparations... 25 Manual tuning.. 26 Preset tuning.. 26 Changing the channel information.. 26 FM/AM tuner operations.. 27 Manual tuning.. 27 Preset tuning.. 27 Selecting the FM reception mode.. 27 iPod playback.. 28 Operating external components.. 29 Setting the manufacturers code.. 29 Operating external components.. 29 References... 30 Manufacturers code list.. 30 Language code list... 30 Messages and icons shown on the TV and display. 31 Troubleshooting.. 31 Specifications.. 33
Press and hold the button.
Press button A, then press button B.
Press button B while holding button A.
Before using this System
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. If anything goes wrong, unplug the power cord and consult your dealer. Notes on installing the System Select a location which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold between 5C and 35C (41F and 95F). Do not install the System in a location subject to vibrations. Do not put heavy objects on the System. Avoid moisture, water, dust, and high temperatures Do not install the System in moist or dusty locations. If water gets inside the System, turn off the power and remove the plug from the wall outlet, then consult your dealer. Using the System in this state may cause a fire or electrical shock. Do not expose the System to direct sunlight or place it near a heating device. To prevent malfunctions or damage to the System Do not insert any metallic objects, such as wires, hairpins, coins, etc. into the System. Do not block the vents. Notes on the power cord When you are away on travel or otherwise for an extended period of time, remove the plug from the wall outlet. A small amount of power is always consumed while the power cord is connected to the wall outlet. When unplugging the System from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the power cord. Disconnect the power cord before cleaning or moving the System. Do not modify, twist or pull the power cord, or put anything heavy on it. Doing so may cause fire, electric shock, or other accidents. About copyright laws Observe the copyright laws in your country before recording from original sources. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws. About the copyguard system The discs are protected by the copyguard system. When connecting the System to a TV via a VCR, or to a TV with a built-in VCR, the copyguard system activates and distortion of the picture may occur. Notes on installing and using the speakers Place the speakers and subwoofer on a flat and level surface. The speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color distortions on TVs. If the color on a TV is distorted, perform the following procedure: Turn off the TVs main power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers. Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TVs main power switch again. Some TVs may still be affected even though you have followed the above procedure. If this happens, move the speakers away from the TV. The subwoofer is not magnetically shielded. To avoid color distortion, do not place it near the TV or monitor. When moving the speakers and subwoofer, do not pull the speaker cords. Doing so may cause the speakers and/or subwoofer to fall over, causing damage or injury. When installing the speakers on a wall, be sure to have them installed by qualified personnel. DO NOT install the speakers on a wall by yourself. Do not lean against the speakers, as they could fall down or break, possibly causing an injury. Be especially careful that children do not lean against them. About the adjustment of volume Always set the volume to the minimum level before starting any source. If the volume is set at a high level, the sudden blast of sound could permanently damage your hearing and/ or blow out the speakers. To clean the System Use a soft cloth. Follow the relevant instructions on the use of chemically-coated cloths. If the System is heavily stained, apply a small amount of water or neutral detergent to the cloth and wipe clean, then wipe with a dry cloth. Do not use benzene, thinner or other organic solvents and disinfectants. These may cause deformation or discoloring.
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Some discs/files may require operations that differ from those explained in this manual. Some discs/devices/files may not be recognized or played back correctly due to their characteristics.
Playing back the following discs generates noise and damages the speakers. DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DualDisc* (non-DVD side) CD-ROM, CD-I (CD-I Ready), Photo CD, SACD Unfinalized discs (except DVD VR) Discs with an irregular shape or discs with tape, stickers or paste on either the label side or playback side Warped, dirty, or scratched discs * The Non-DVD side of a DualDisc does not comply with
the Compact Disc Digital Audio standard. Therefore, the use of Non-DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may not be recommended.
Playable disc types
Type of disc DVD Video Types of media Discs on the market DVD-R/-R DL/-RW +R/+RW DualDisc* (DVD side only)
DVD Audio Super Video CD (SVCD)/Video CD (VCD) Audio CD A disc recorded in the DVD VR format Audio/video files on a disc ( 4)
Discs on the market DVD-R/-R DL/-RW +R/+RW Discs on the market CD-R/-RW Discs on the market CD Text (Audio part only) CD-R/-RW DVD-R/-RW DVD-R/-R DL/-RW in UDF Bridge format CD-R/-RW in ISO 9660 format
Playable digital devices
JVC bears no responsibility for any loss of data in an iPod and/or USB mass storage class device while using this System.
iPod model iPod nano 1GB/2GB/4GB iPod nano (2nd Generation) 2GB/4GB/8GB iPod mini 4GB/6GB iPod (4th Generation) 20GB/40GB iPod photo (4th Generation) 20GB/30GB/40GB/60GB iPod video (5th Generation) 30GB/60GB/80GB * Only still pictures are available. If the iPod does not play correctly, update your iPod software to the latest version. For details about updating your iPod, check on the Apple web site <http://www.apple.com>. AUDIO VIDEO *
This System accommodates the NTSC system, and also can play discs/files recorded with PAL system. Note that an PAL video signal on a disc/file is converted to the NTSC signal and output. It is possible to play back finalized +R/+RW (DVD Video format only) discs. DVD lights on the display panel when a +R/+RW disc is loaded. DVD-R/-RW: This System does not support multiborder discs. CD-R/-RW: This System supports multi-session discs (up to 20 sessions). This System cannot play packet write discs. Region code of DVD Video DVD Video players and DVD Video discs have their own Region Code numbers. This system can play back DVD Video discs whose Region Code numbers include 1. Ex.:
AM loop antenna (supplied) FM antenna (supplied)
Turn it until the best reception is obtained.
Extend it horizontally. For better FM reception
FM outdoor antenna (not supplied) Standard type (75 coaxial) connector
You can make the following settings for the TV when the HDMI connection is used: HDMI DVI COLOR ( 23) HDMI OUT ( 23) HDMI AUDIO OUT ( 24) DOWN MIX ( 24)* Use a certified HDMI cable, which has the HDMI logo. You can use a monitor with a DVI terminal by connecting with a DVI-HDMI conversion cable. When you play HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) source, allow a few seconds for the sound and picture to be transmitted to the speakers and TV while the confirmation process is completed. On some TV, no sound may come out during playback of sources such as DVD Audio even when the HDMI AUDIO OUT setting is ON ( 24). * This setting is available only when the speaker position
mode is set to S.SPK F ( 12).
FM outdoor antenna cord (not supplied)
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Connection using the component video jacks
Green TV From component video input Component video cord (not supplied) Blue
Audio connection Connecting a digital component
DBS (Direct Broadcasting Satellite) tuner, etc. Digital coaxial cable (not supplied)
Digital optical cable (not supplied) A From digital coaxial output B From digital optical output
For the BNC connection, use a plug adapter (not supplied).
Connection using the S-video or composite video jack
Composite video cord (supplied) TV or S-video cord (not supplied)
A From Composite video input B From S-video input
The initial setting for the audio input setting is COAX. When using OPTICAL terminal, change the setting to OPT before playing back. ( 14) Connecting an analog component
RCA pin plug cord (not supplied) DVD player, etc.
A From center channel audio output B From front left/right channel audio outputs C From subwoofer output D From surround left/right channel audio outputs
Connecting external components
Connection for VIDEO1TH-D60
Select VIDEO1 as the source ( 11) for playing a component connected as follows. Video connection
DVD player, etc. HDMI cable (not supplied) From HDMI video output
To listen to the sound from AUDIO MULTI IN jacks, perform the following procedure: Place the speakers by following Speaker layout A ( 6). Select S.SPK R as the speaker position mode. ( 12) Select 5.1CH as the audio input setting before playing back. ( 14)
No sound signal comes into HDMI VIDEO 1 IN terminal. Make audio connection to listen to the sound (see the right column).
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Connection for VIDEO2TH-D60
Select VIDEO2 as the source ( 11) for playing a component connected as follows. Video connection
Composite video cord* (not supplied) VCR, etc. or S-video cord* (not supplied)
A From composite video output B From S-video output
Connection for VIDEO TH-D50/THD5/TH-D4
Select VIDEO as the source ( 11) for playing a component connected as follows. Video connection
Align the 5 marks.
* Connect an external component with the same kind of cable
as the one used to connect TV. ( 8)
Digital optical cable (not supplied) From digital optical output
DBS (Direct Broadcasting Satellite) tuner, etc.
The initial setting for the audio input setting is OPT. When using COAXIAL jack, change the setting to COAX before playing back. ( 14) Connecting an analog component
VCR, etc. RCA pin plug cord (not supplied) From audio output
Select OPT as the audio input setting before playing back. ( 14) Connecting an analog component
Select 2CH as the audio input setting before playing back. ( 14)
Connecting the AC power cord
Plug in the System only after all the connections have been completed.
Available video output terminals for each source Source Terminal HDMI COMPONENT S-VIDEO VIDEO (Composite video) DVD USB iPod VIDEO2/ VIDEO VIDEO1
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Basic and common operations
How to use the number buttons To select 3: Press 3. To select 10: Press 10. To select 14: Press h10, 1, then 4. To select 24: Press h10, 2, then 4. To select 40: Press h10, 4, then 0. To select 114: Press h10, h10, 1, 1, then 4. Listening with headphones When the headphones is connected, the System automatically deactivates the speakers and cancels the surround mode ( 13) temporarily. H.PHONE appears on the display. Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on the headphones.
Set the remote control mode before operation.
STANDBY lamp: Goes off when the System is turned on. Lights when the System is turned off.
Point at the remote sensor directly.
Display To change the display brightness A TH-D60 only: XM Satellite Radio indicators ( 25) XM: Lights when XM is selected as the source. : Shows XM Satellite Radio signal strength. CAT: Lights while selecting a channel by category. B Digital audio signal format indicators C FM/AM tuner source indicators ( 27) D Lights when one of the surround modes is activated. ( 13) E Frequency unit indicators for FM/AM F Source signal and speaker signal indicators (front left), (center), (front right), (low frequency effect), (surround left), (surround right), (monaural surround): Light when the signal comes in for the digital input or when the System is ready to receive the signal for the analog input. SW (subwoofer): Always lights. _: Lights while reproducing the channels sound through the corresponding speaker. G Speaker position mode indicators ( 12) H Lights when both the System and the TV (with HDMI connection) are ready to communicate each other. I Scanning mode indicators ( 14) HD: Lights when 720P or 1080I is selected. PRGR.: Lights when the progressive scanning mode is activated. J Digital device indicators K File type indicators L Lights when the chapter (CHAP.) or track (TRK) number is displayed. M Lights when selecting a program number (PG) or playlist number (PL) of a DVD VR disc by using TITLE/GROUP. ( 17) N Special playback indicators for DVD Audio ( 20) BONUS: Lights when a bonus group is detected. B.S.P: Lights when browsable still pictures are detected. O FM reception mode indicators (MONO: monaural / ST: stereo) ( 27) P Play mode indicators (PRG: program play / RND: random play) ( 18) Q Lights when the System memorizes the position where the playback is interrupted. ( 16) R Repeat mode indicators ( 18, 21)
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See page 10 for button locations.
Turning the power on or off
Adjusting the volume
To turn off the System by using the sleep timer (off) = 10 = 20 = 30 = 60 = 90 = 120 = 150 = 180 = (back to the beginning) (unit: minutes) To check the remaining time, press the button once. To turn off the volume instantly MUTING appears on the display. To restore the volume, press the button again, or adjust the volume level.
To move to the next or previous page of the current menu To return to the previous menu
*2 For DVD Video and DVD VR discs, you can select a title/
program while playback is stopped.
*3 For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the
number buttons ( 10). 21).
*4When selecting the chapter/track/file number from the onscreen bar, see Using the on-screen bar (
Selecting the desired position of a scene or song
To perform playback without PBC While playback is stopped, select the desired track by using the number buttons.* Select the desired track by pressing x repeatedly, then press 3 (play button). To activate the PBC function, press TOP MENU(/PG/ DIRECT) or MENU(/PL). While playing back a VCD or SVCD with PBC (PBC appears on the display), some functions such as time search, do not work. * For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the
number buttons ( 10).
Move the playback position back by 10 seconds (one-touch replay)*1 *2
Skip at approximately 5-minute intervals*1 *1This function works only within the same title/program/file. *2This function is not available during repeat play.
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See page 15 for button locations.
Changing the playback mode
Program play and random play cannot be used for a USB mass storage class device.
Playing at randomrandom play
To return to normal playback Press the button repeatedly until both the program window and disappear from the TV. To play the tracks in the bonus group on a DVD Audio disc during random play, perform the Playing back a bonus group procedure ( 20) before operation.
Programing the playing orderprogram play
2 Select the desired chapters/
For DVD Video, DVD Audio, MP3 and WMA: Enter a title/group number, then a chapter/track number.* For VCD, SVCD and CD: Enter a track number.* To clear the programs One by one All programs at once
Playing repeatedly repeat play
The repeat modes you can select depend on the playback discs/files. On the display
On the TV
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Adjusting the picture quality (VFP)
You can adjust the picture mode.
Special playback for DVD Audio
Playing back a bonus group
Some DVD Audio discs have a bonus group. To play back a bonus group, you have to enter the specific key number (a password).
1 Select a bonus group. 2 Select the desired preset, then finish the setting.
The key number entry screen appears.
On the TV On the display
NORMAL Normally select this. CINEMA USER1/ USER2 Suitable for movies You can adjust parameters that affect picture appearance. (See below.)
2 Enter the key number, then confirm the entry.
Confirm Enter the number
To adjust the picture tone
1 Select USER1 or USER2 (see above). 2 Select a parameter, then confirm the selection.
To clear the key number entry
Selecting browsable still pictures
While playing back a track linked to browsable still pictures (B.S.P), you can select the still pictures (turn the page). If a track is linked to browsable still pictures, they are usually shown automatically during playback.
GAMMA BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST SATURATION TINT SHARPNESS
Controls the brightness of the neutral color Controls the brightness of the entire picture Controls the contrast Controls the color depth Controls the tint Controls the sharpness
Select the desired still picture.
3 Adjust the parameter, then confirm the
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust others. 5
When connecting the TV to the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal ( 7), the VFP setting has no effect.
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Operation from the TV screen
Using the on-screen bar
You can use various functions from the onscreen bar. Basic operation procedure On-screen bar functions Selects the time information mode shown on the display and the status bar. TIME*3: Elapsed time of chapter/track REM*3: Remaining time of chapter/track TOTAL: Elapsed time of title (DVD Video)/ group (DVD Audio)/program (DVD VR)/disc (VCD/CD/SVCD) T.REM: Remaining time of title (DVD Video)/group (DVD Audio)/ program (DVD VR)/disc (VCD/ CD/SVCD) Selects repeat mode. / / / / / / / / : See also Playing repeatedlyrepeat play ( 18). : Repeats the desired part (A-B repeat).*4 *5 After selecting this, select the beginning point (A) by pressing ENTER, then select the end point (B) by pressing ENTER again. Specifies the playback point by the time. Specifies a chapter to play back from. Specifies a track to play back from. When a number-entry box appears, enter the number by using the number buttons (0-9), then confirm the entry by pressing ENTER.
Ex.: Status bar
2 Select the desired item (see the right column),
then confirm the selection.
After confirming the selection. When the pull-down menu appears, select the desired item by pressing cursor 5/Y repeatedly, then confirm the selection by pressing ENTER.
Selects the audio language or audio channel during playback. Selects the subtitle language during playback. Selects the desired scene angle in a multiangle part during playback. Selects the desired browsable still picture. *3Not available for DVD VR discs *4 During playback of DVD Video or DVD VR discs, A-B
repeat play is available only within the same title/program.
To correct a misentry: setting: press cursor 2 repeatedly to clear the misentry, then re-enter the number. setting: re-enter the number. When changing the time information mode ( ), select the desired item by pressing ENTER repeatedly. To clear the on-screen bar *1
*5 A-B repeat play is not available during program and random
The contents of the on-screen bar differ according to the type of discs/files. *1 TH-D50/TH-D5/TH-D4: The ON SCREEN button is used
instead of CAT/ON SCREEN.
*2 During playback of ASF, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, or DivX files,
the function bar does not appear.
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Using the file control display
The file control display appears in the following cases. Audio files: Always appears. Movie and picture files: When TOP MENU(/PG/DIRECT) or MENU(/PL) is pressed or playback is stopped. File control display
Ex.: Current group/total group number Playback mode ( 18) Elapsed playing time of current track (except JPEG) Playback status ( 31)
Using the program list/ playlist (for DVD VR)
Start time of recording
Item number Track information*2 Current group Current track (file) Total track (file) number
Number of chapters
Total playing time
Current track (file)/total track (file) number in current group
* The title may not be displayed depending on the recording
To play back the desired track/file
To play back the desired item
Select a desired group/track/file, then start playback.
or Select Play
To display the program list *
To display the playlist
The System starts playing the first item.
2 Select the desired item.
For JPEG: To start a slide-show from the selected file, press 3 (play button). To play the selected file only, press ENTER. *1 When the source is DVD, FILE appears, and when the
source is USB, USB appears.
* TH-D50/TH-D5/TH-D4: The TOP MENU/PG button is used
*2 For MP3/WMA/WAV only.
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Set the remote control mode before operation. For disc playback You can change the settings of the System according to your preferences and playing environment.
Select the menu.
3 Select the item, then confirm.
Repeat this procedure until all the options have been confirmed. To close the setup screen
Language menu (LANGUAGE)
MENU LANGUAGE AUDIO LANGUAGE SUBTITLE Select the language for the DVD/DivX menu. Select the language for the audio language. Select the language for the subtitle language. See Language code list ( 30) for the code of each language, such as AA, etc.
ON SCREEN LANGUAGE Select the language for the screen.
Picture menu (PICTURE)
MONITOR TYPE Select 16:9 wide-screen playback to fit your monitor. For wide TV: For conventional (4:3) TV: 4:3 LB 4:3 PS 16:9 NORMAL: For fixed 16:9 wide TV 16:9 AUTO: For ordinary wide TV PICTURE SOURCE Select the source type of the disc/file contents when selecting the progressive scanning mode ( 14). AUTO: Normally select this. FILM: For a film source movie VIDEO: For a video source movie Select the file type to play when several types of files are recorded on a disc/device. AUDIO: For audio files STILL PICTURE: For picture files VIDEO: For movie files Select the picture appearance for a TV with an HDMI connection. STANDARD: No effect applied. ENHANCE: Select when you need automatic picture adjustment. Select the type of video signal output from the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal. AUTO: Normally select this. RGB: Select this when no picture appears on the TV with AUTO.
SCREEN SAVER Activate (ON) or deactivate (OFF) the screen saver function. FILE TYPE
HDMI DVI COLOR HDMI OUT
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Underlined items are the initial settings.
Audio menu (AUDIO)
DOWN MIX This menu is available only when the speaker position mode is set to S.SPK F ( 12). Select the audio signal output to the TV connected to the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal. DOLBY SURROUND: For the TV equipped with Dolby Pro Logic decoder STEREO: For ordinary TV You can enjoy powerful audio even at low volume level while playing Dolby Digital software. AUTO: Select this to apply the compression only to the multi-channel software (except 1channel and 2-channel sources). ON: Select this to always apply the compression. This setting is effective only for the source DVD or USB. Select whether the System emits the audio signal from the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal (ON) or not (OFF). For selecting whether the external component emits the audio signal through its HDMI terminal, make the setting on the external component.
Before selecting the video source to play Make the appropriate setting for video output on the iPod.
Be sure to reduce the volume on the System to the minimum level before connecting an iPod. Adjust the volume after playback has started.
The iPod enters sleep mode when you turn off the System or select another source. To show still pictures in the iPod, play back in slide-show mode on the iPod. DO NOT connect or disconnect the iPod when the System is turned on. DO NOT touch the iPod terminal pins or the connector pins. When the iPod is not charged through the System, the iPod may not be turned on from the System. If the sound is distorted when audio sources with high recording levels are played, you are recommended to deactivate the equalizer on your iPod. To view a video/picture from the iPod on the TV, connect the System to the TV via the composite or Svideo jacks. ( 8) You cannot send any data to your iPod from the System. TH-D5/TH-D4 only: To disconnect the iPod cable from the iPod, press the buttons on the sides, then pull it out. The iPod battery is charged only when IPod is selected as the source. If the iPod which is not listed in Playable digital devices ( 3) is connected, the iPod may not be operated from the System. In this case, deactivate the iPod battery charge function so that the iPod may be operated, but the iPod cannot be charged through the System. To deactivate the battery charge function
1 Connect an iPod while the System is turned off.
Docking station for iPod (supplied)
* Attach the dock adapter (supplied for the iPod or separately purchased) before placing the iPod. ( 32)
Connection cable for iPod (supplied)
Stand for iPod (supplied)
Face the arrow-mark side up when connecting the plug.
2 Turn on the System, then select IPod as the
CONNECT appears on the display. If an iPod is not connected firmly, NO CONNE appears.
P.OFF appears on the display.
3 Start playing the iPod.
Press 3 (play button) again if iPod does not start playback.
To use the battery charge function, perform the above procedure again. P.ON appears on the display.
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Operating external components
Set the remote control mode before operation. For TV
Set the remote control mode before operating each external component (see the left column).
Operating the TV
TV For DBS tuner or CATV converter TV VOL +/ TV/VIDEO CH +/ For VCR TV RETURN Turns the power on and off Adjusts the volume Selects the input mode (either TV or VIDEO) Changes the channels Alternates between the previously selected channel and the current channel
DBS tuner or CATV converter
Echostar G.I. Hamlin Jerrold Pioneer RCA Scientific Atlanta Sony Zenith 21 01*, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 15, 16, 17, 18 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 13, 09, 11, 12
MG Malagasy MI MK Macedonian ML Malayalam MN Mongolian MO Moldavian MR Marathi MT Maltese MY Burmese NA Nauru NE Nepali NL Dutch NO Norwegian OC Occitan OM (Afan) Oromo OR Oriya PA Panjabi Pashto, PS Pushto PT Portuguese RhaetoRomance QU Quechua RM
JVC Emerson Fisher Funai Gold Star Hitachi NEC 01*, 02, 03 11, 25 Philips RCA Samsung Sharp Shintom Sony Zenith 09 05, 21, 22, 23 27, 18, 19, 20 08
FA FI FJ FY
MS Malay (MAY) TN TR TS TT
10, 14, 15, 16 Sanyo
FO Faroese GA Irish GD Scots Gaelic GL Galician GN Guarani GU Gujarati HA Hausa HI Hindi HR Croatian HY Armenian IA IE IK IN IS Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian Icelandic
TW Twi UK Ukrainian UR Urdu UZ Uzbek VI Vietnamese VO Volapuk WO Wolof XH Xhosa YO Yoruba ZU Zulu
Mitsubishi 13 Panasonic 07, 17
* Initial setting
Manufacturers codes are subject to change without notice.
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Messages and icons shown on the TV and display
Messages and icons shown on the TV during disc/file playback
OPEN/CLOSE READING INDEX. REGION CODE ERROR! NO DISC NO USB DEVICE CANNOT PLAY THIS DISC CANNOT PLAY THIS DEVICE RESTRICTED DEVICE Opening or closing the disc tray NOW READING Reading the disc/file information Reading the DivX file The Region Code of the DVD Video disc does not match the code the System supports. ( 3) No disc or an unfinalized disc is loaded. No USB mass storage class device is loaded. An unplayable disc is loaded. An unplayable USB mass storage class device is connected. iPod is connected to the USB MEMORY terminal.
Messages shown on the display while listening to the XM Satellite Radio
NO SIGNL CHECK XM TUNER CHECK ANTENNA LOADING OFF AIR UPDATING ----Preset number and - - - - - CH- - Preset number and CH- - - No signal is received. The XM Mini-Tuner is not properly installed or the XM Mini-Tuner Home Dock is not properly connected. XM antenna is not properly connected. Loading the channel information and audio data. The selected channel is not currently broadcasting any signal. Updating the latest encryption. No text information for the selected channel is available. The selected channel does not exist or is not subscribed yet.
Power does not come on. ZThe power plug is not inserted securely. Plug it in securely. Unable to operate the System from the remote control. ZThe path between the remote control and the remote sensor on the center unit is blocked. ZThe batteries are exhausted. No sound is heard. ZThe speaker connections and/or audio cord connections are incorrect or loose. ( 5, 8, 9) ZHeadphones are connected. The sound is distorted ZThe speaker layout ( 6) does not match the speaker position mode ( 12). No picture appears on the TV. ZThe video cord connections are incorrect or loose. ( 7 9) The picture does not fit the TV. ZThe monitor type is not set correctly. ( 23)
NOT SUPPORT The file cannot be played back. The operation is unacceptable. Playback Pause Fast-forward/fast-reverse Forward/reverse slow-motion playback The scene contains multi-audio languages. The scene contains multi-subtitle languages. The scene contains multi-angle views. You can change the setting so that the on-screen guide icons do not appear on the TV. ( 24)
No picture is displayed on the TV, the picture is blurred, or the picture is divided into two parts. ZThe scanning mode is set to the progressive mode even though the TV connected to the System does not support progressive video input. ( 14)
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No picture is displayed on the TV or no sound comes out through the HDMI connection. ZThe connected TV is not HDCP-compatible. (HDCP ERR appears on the display.) ZDisconnect the HDMI cable and connect it again, or use a shorter cable. Video and audio are distorted. ZThe disc is scratched or dirty. ZAudio/video files have not been properly copied on to the USB mass storage class device. ZA VCR is connected between the center unit and the TV. Connect the center unit and TV directly. ( 7) VCD/SVCD operation cannot be performed. ZSome functions do not work for VCDs/SVCDs when the PBC function is used. No sound is heard from the external components, or the video and audio do not match. ZThe selected audio input is not appropriate. Select the audio input to match the component connected. ( 14) The iPod does not play even though CONNECT appears on the display. ZThe battery of the iPod is exhausted. Leave the iPod connected for at least 10 minutes. The iPod cannot be operated from the System. ZThe iPod battery charge function is deactivated. ( 28) ZThe iPod is not compatible with the System. Check the compatibility. ( 3) iPod is not charged. ZThe source is not IPod. ZThe iPod battery charge function is deactivated. ( 28) The broadcast is hard to hear because of noise. ZAntenna connections are incorrect or loose. ( 7) ZThe AM loop antenna is too close to the System. ZThe FM Antenna is not properly extended and positioned. ( 7) Attaching the dock adapter to the docking station
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ANY MANNER THAT COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD IS PROHIBITED, EXCEPT FOR USE BY A CONSUMER ENGAGING IN PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES. DivX, DivX Ultra Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. Official DivX Ultra Certified product Plays all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) with enhanced playback of DivX media files and the DivX Media Format Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, MLP Lossless, and the doubleD symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. HDCP is the abbreviation of High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, and is the high-reliable copy control technology licensed by Digital Content Protection, LLC. XM Ready is a registered trademark of XM Satellite Radio Inc. All rights reserved.
Dock adapter (supplied for iPod or separately purchased) Docking station
To detach the dock adapter from the docking station: Push the slot then pull up to remove the dock adapter.
Disconnect the docking station from the center unit when attaching/detaching the dock adapter. Take care not to damage the terminal on the docking station when attaching/ detaching the dock adapter.
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Center unit (XV-THD60/XV-THD50/XVTHD5/XV-THD4)
Output power Front/Surround: For XV-THD60/XV-THD50: 200 W per channel, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD5: 180 W per channel, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD4: 167 W per channel, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. Center: For XV-THD60/XV-THD50: 200 W, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD5: 180 W, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD4: 167 W, RMS at 3 at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. Subwoofer: For XV-THD60/XV-THD50: 200 W, RMS at 3 at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD5: 200 W, RMS at 3 at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. For XV-THD4: 167 W, RMS at 3 at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. Audio section Digital Input*1 DIGITAL IN OPTICAL: COAXIAL*2: HDMI HDMI Input (VIDEO 1 IN)*2: PASS THROUGH (up to 225 MHz) HDMI Output (MONITOR OUT): 480p/720p/1080i USB storage USB Specification: Compatible Device: Compatible File System: Bus Power Supply: Tuner section Tuner Range FM: AM: General Power Requirements: Power Consumption: Compatible with USB 2.0 FullSpeed Mass Storage Class FAT16, FAT32 Max. 500 mA
THD5 and THD50 Firmware update procedure:
CREATING UPDATE DISC: Please download TH-D5-50J V135A.zip and save it on your desktop. Unzip both files onto your desktop: VUP_info.cds and SPMTH_D5_FMU_MB5_1.swp Using your computer burning software, create a disc containing only those two files (no folders or other files). Please make sure that the following settings are observed for burning the disc: Format of CD should be set at Mode 1 Disc at once. File system - ISO
UPDATING THD5 or THD50 WITH NEW FIRMWARE: 1) Power on the unit. 2) Open the tray and insert the update disk. Press PLAY. 3) After the tray closes, update starts automatically. Please do not press any buttons or pull the power cord at this time. READING will be displayed during update procedure and approximately after 1 minute COMPLETE will indicate that update is done. 4) Disc tray will open automatically. Please remove UPDATE disc. 5) Turn off the power, unplug then reconnect the power cord.
Notes: If during update after word READING shows on display then UPGRADE, your unit already has the new version installed. If during update after word READING shows on display then NO DISK, then there maybe a problem with update disc. Please make sure you have correct firmware file for your model and try creating new disc.
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