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|riso||5:50am on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Multi-channel output; good picture; good audio. Overall excellent except Not dual voltage (the reason I bought it); skips randomly on any disk. This is a great choice for a solid entry level SACD/ DVD-audio/ DVD player. If you are not ready to shell out 5-bills for a Marantz.|
|paulrice||3:49pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|Wow, this system upholds the hk name. I was a little concern buying this product since it has very little reviews in the net. However. Wow, this system upholds the hk name. I was a little concern buying this product since it has very little reviews in the net. However.|
|chihao||8:14pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Toshiba sent this machine as a free replacement,for my SD-5970 that totally shut down, found that this machine.|
|be2be||5:31pm on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|I got this set in a package deal at my local electronics store, there was a special price for this product with a dlp tv.|
|MCA||7:11am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|After seeing a Blu-Ray movie in action at Best Buy, I was sick to my stomach when I got home to my 52" Toshiba HDTV. Price.|
|aromo||1:23am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Great for 480p only I purchased this DVD player to go with my H/K AVR 745 in my home theater room.|
|goyalmayank||7:37pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|Wow, this system upholds the hk name. Wow, this system upholds the hk name. I was ... sounds great, progressive scan dvd, sleek design 5.1 system, limited hook-ups, sub kinda big|
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DESIGNED TO ENTERTAIN, PAGE 6 A/V RECEIVERS (40 SERIES), PAGE 10 iPOD DOCKING STATION, PAGE 12 ACTIVITY-BASED REMOTE, PAGE 14 A/V RECEIVERS (35 SERIES), PAGE 16 DIGITAL PATH RECEIVER, PAGE 18 MULTIROOM PRODUCTS, PAGE 20 STEREO RECEIVERS, PAGE 22 DVD & CD PLAYERS, PAGE 26 INTEGRATED HOME THEATER SYSTEM, PAGE 30 HOME THEATER SPEAKER SYSTEMS, PAGE 32 HOME THEATER SYSTEMS, PAGE 36 SPECIFICATIONS, PAGE 38
Harman Kardon believes that highquality audio/video components must do more than just look and sound good they must deliver a complete package of performance, design, flexibility and ease of use. For more than 50 years, Harman Kardon products have done just
that by incorporating a broad array of technological and design innovations. So if youre looking for audio/video products that produce pure, realistic sound and video with eversmarter engineering and ever-simpler design, we invite you to experience the unique combination of artistry and engineering that is Harman Kardon.
The best technologies are the ones that add to the power and performance of a system while making it easier to use.
A single connection from The Bridge to a The Bridge-Ready Harman Kardon receiver provides audio playback, THE BRIDGE complete control and charging of most iPod1 models. You can select tracks using your AVRs remote and view on-screen navigation menus. What could be easier? Wouldnt it be nice it you could use simple language to tell your remote what equipment it needs to control, have it automatically program the correct codes and then adapt each activity to your personal preferences? Thanks to Harman Kardon technology programmable via the Internet thats exactly what the TC 30 can do, with a color LCD screen as an added bonus! Getting the best sound takes more than just power, it requires tailoring the system parameters to the unique characteristics of the listening room. With the press of a few buttons, our patented EzSet/EQ, EzSet+ and EzSet systems do that for you automatically, with accuracy previously possible only with expensive professional gear. Harman Kardon technology unleashes music power so that it can be heard almost anywhere in the house. Thanks to configurable amplifiers, A-BUS/READY single-wire connectivity and standard Zone II remotes, its easier than ever to have the sound you want, where you want it. Sometimes technology changes after you purchase a component. Thats why all Harman Kardon DVD players and HS systems, the DPR and select AVR receivers can be easily updated when needed, keeping your system current for years to come.
If A/V receivers are the heart of a home entertainment system, then Harman Kardon AVRs are both heart and mind. They take todays vast array of
audio/video formats and sources, and make it easy for you to select a source, tailor it to the requirements of your listening room and then play it back without skipping a beat.
7 x 85W 7.2-Channel A/V Receiver Digital audio meets digital video. Ready for the future, the AVR 740s DCDi by Faroudja video processing flawlessly upscales all incoming video to 720p or 1080i high definition and outputs it through an HDMI jack. On the audio side, direct HDMI connection to compatible DVD-Audio players, USB playback from compatible digital audio sources and XM-Ready2 capability for digital satellite radio greatly expand your digital options. Our advanced EzSet/EQ II system, 7.2-channel capability, TC 30 remote and more make this the most flexible AVR weve ever produced. 7 x 55W 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver Tune up your room; no tools required. Thanks to EzSet/EQ, the AVR 340 not only establishes all system speaker parameters, it measures how the speakers sound in your room and equalizes their output to compensate for any room-based acoustic situation. Add a wide range of convenience features such as video cross conversion, component output for simplified connectivity, A-BUS/READY multiroom capability, and compatibility with The Bridge, and youll be enjoying movies and music quicker than ever. 7 x 50W 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver For high quality by the numbers the AVR 240 is clearly best in class. Seven channels of high-current amplification, Logic 7 processing, 192kHz/24-bit digital converters, two high-bandwidth component video inputs, a two-line frontpanel display and more inputs and outputs than you can count. Add the power of EzSet+ to automatically set system speaker levels, and it all adds up to a magnificent total of high-quality audio and video performance. 6 x 40W 6.1-Channel A/V Receiver Dont let the AVR 140s modest price fool you. Our most affordable A/V receiver is loaded with features. With on-screen menus that include renameble inputs, component video switching, compatibility with The Bridge, and our classic high-current, ultrawide-bandwidth amplifier topology, there is no better way to upgrade an old analog system or add high-quality home theater performance when budget considerations are paramount.
AVRs express power as a total package of features, functionality, ease of use and elegant industrial design. From that perspective, the AVR 635 and AVR 435 are perfectly powered.
7 x 75W 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver The AVR 635 combines the sonic power of our high-current, ultrawide-bandwidth amplifier design with advanced audio processing technology from Texas Instruments to deliver unparalleled performance. Thanks to Harman Kardons proprietary EzSet/EQ functionality, the AVR 635 not only automates speaker output and delay settings, it corrects for room acoustics. The AVR 635s video technology is equally impressive, with video conversion so that all input sources may be viewed via component video, and A/V Sync delay that reconnects the timing of sound and image. An RS-232 port makes future software upgrades possible, and enables external control systems. 7 x 65W 7.1-Channel A/V Receiver Perfect home theater made easy! Thanks to EzSet/EQ, setting up the AVR 435 is quick and painless. Plug in the compact microphone, press a few buttons, and your system is precisely and automatically calibrated with full-room correction. Once youre ready to listen, the latest digital surround modes and our own Logic 7 processing deliver flawless performance. With high-current power to spare, and a host of advanced features such as A-BUS/READY connectivity, the AVR 435 is home theater perfection.
Pure digital, pure performance. Harman Kardons digital path receiver topology preserves the quality of your program sources by linking them directly to a powerful amplifier without any conversions back and forth between
Digital Path Receiver
analog and digital. Beyond the power and musicality it delivers across the full audio bandwidth, Harman Kardons DPR is designed to be highly efficient theres no need to sacrifice performance when space is at a premium.
7 x 120W 7.1-Channel Digital Path Receiver Thanks to our digital path receiver technology, the DPR 2005 packs an incredible amount of power into a compact form. It features the latest surround formats from Dolby and DTS, including Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Virtual Speaker and DTS 96/24, along with our proprietary Logic 7 technology, which gives older stereo and matrix soundtracks a full 7.1-channel presentation. Digital bass management, even for analog inputs from DVD-A and SACD players, combined with our quadruple crossover system, creates a seamless, powerful soundfield, while a wide range of multiroom options, including A-BUS/READY connectivity, assignable rear channels and a separate Zone II remote, let you spread great sound throughout the house.
Why limit your listening to one room? Harman Kardon makes it easy to enjoy your favorites in almost any room in the house. All 7.1-channel Harman Kardon receivers (except the
AVR 240) include a second-zone control system and remote control, complete with assignable rear-channel amps, making it easy to power a second room without an additional amplifier.
4-Room A-BUS Expansion Hub With the ABH 4, no room in the house need be without music, no matter which AVR is in use. For existing systems linked to A-BUS/READY products, the ABH 4 allows you to power up to four rooms, or even more with additional ABH 4 hubs. For systems without an A-BUS/READY jack, the ABH 4s onboard audio inputs add the simplicity of A-BUS to any multichannel or stereo receiver with a Tape or Multiroom output; you can even use it directly with a CD or DVD player or outboard tuner to bring music to any room. Amplified In-Wall Module for A-BUS Applications The innovative A-BUS system makes it incredibly easy to bring Harman Kardon sound to a remote room. Thanks to a built-in amplifier and a single-cable connection to any A-BUS/READY receiver or the ABH 4, all you need to do is connect the speakers, use your Zone II remote or the up/down volume control, and musical pleasure is yours throughout your home. External Infrared Remote Sensor Stay in command. Whether a Harman Kardon product is hidden behind doors, or connected to another room, this external IR sensor allows the use of any compatible remote to operate your Harman Kardon system.
Is a stereo receiver obsolete in a predominantly digital, multichannel world? Absolutely not! Harman Kardons stereo receivers are the audio
equivalent of an elegant analog timepiece in a world filled with digital chronometers, and they remain the standard by which other stereo receivers are judged.
2 x 120W Stereo Receiver When two channels are all you need, make it two ultrawide-bandwidth, high-current channels from the company that invented the stereo receiver. The HK 3480 features seven audio inputs, four video inputs (including one on the front panel), 30 AM/FM station presets, VMAx surround synthesis from stereo sources, a three-step dimmable fluorescent display, a phono preamp, pre-out/main-in jacks, gold-plated phono inputs and a separate subwoofer output. Also included is a multicomponent system remote control. 2 x 80W Stereo Receiver Perfect for a main music system, the HK 3380 uses the same discrete high-current, ultrawide bandwidth amplifier technology found in our AVR Series receivers. It also has four video inputs, including one on the front panel, a multicomponent system remote control, a 30-preset AM/FM section, a phono preamp, a subwoofer output, a dimmable fluorescent display, pre-out/main-in jacks and even a nine-step, 90-minute sleep timer.
High performance is the very definition of a Harman Kardon DVD player, and our engineers have designed them to deliver maximum resolution for use with the latest digital
DVD & CD
video displays and multichannel sound systems. Our passion for quality ensures that youll enjoy a level of realism that surpasses anything youve seen or heard before.
DVD Audio/Video Player With SACD and HDMI The DVD 47 is Harman Kardons most advanced DVD player, delivering performance that satisfies audiophiles and videophiles alike. On the video side, advanced processing upscales the signal to 720p or 1080i via an HDMI output, along with the ability to view both JPEG and Kodak Picture CD images. Critical listeners will revel in the fidelity of both DVD-Audio and SACD, in addition to MP3 and WMA playback of compressed music formats. Sound and image, in any combination, all at the best possible resolution. Thats the DVD 47. DVD Audio/Video Player With SACD The DVD 37 gives equal time to your eyes and your ears. Your ears will feast on both DVD-Audio and SACD playback, all with internal bass management, while your eyes will relish the stunning progressive-scan imagery. Indeed, the DVD 37 has yet to meet a format it doesnt like, offering playback from both -R/RW and +R/RW recordable discs as well as MP3, WMA, VCD, JPEG and Kodak Picture CD formats. Add a backlit remote to control it all and you have the perfect combination to treat all the senses. Progressive-Scan DVD Player The DVD 27 may be slim in design, but it doesnt scrimp on features. Indeed, this is a compact giant that offers progressive-scan-video perfection with super-fine slow motion, a backlit remote, and image-format playback from JPEGs and Kodak Picture CDs, as well as MP3 and WMA audio files. A built-in test signal for critical setup, and highend DACs for analog connectivity make the DVD 27 a true best in class performer. CD Changer If you want high-quality music playback that can run uninterrupted throughout the day or for the length of the party the FL 8385 is for you. This five-disc CD changer has a wide range of programming options to play back the perfect mix, while High Definition Compatible Digital (HDCD) processing delivers the most realistic sound processing to date from both HDCD-encoded and standard discs. High-end Burr-Brown digital processors convert the digital signals back to analog without including any artifacts, or you can use the coax digital output to connect the FL 8385 directly to the processor in your A/V receiver.
Small system size with big system performance. Thats the goal of our new all-in-one home theater system. Because the power and flexibility of an A/V receiver and DVD player are combined in the
INTEGRATED HOME THEATER
same chassis, space considerations no longer need dictate system performance. With carefully matched, compact speakers and a powerful subwoofer, you have a great home theater system that fits almost anywhere.
7 x 35W 5.1-Channel Integrated Home Theater System The HS 100 is a true feat of system engineering, seamlessly blending the flexibility of an all-in-one receiver/progressivescan DVD-Audio/Video player with our HKTS 7 speaker system so that home theater power is now available where it could never fit before. The audio and video features and performance that you expect from Harman Kardon are here, including simultaneous playback of JPEG images with MP3 or WMA audio files, a video test screen for full-system calibration, and a wide range of picture and sound playback, programming and control options.
Our HKTS home theater speaker systems make it easy to choose the right speakers to match your home theater components. By providing a complete system, they ensure that frequency response, dispersion and dynamic range are
carefully matched so that all the speakers in a multichannel system blend rather than compete with one another. HKTS systems complement any room dcor, and perfectly match Harman Kardons components and todays flat-screen video displays.
5.1-Channel Home Theater Speaker System The HKTS 14 home theater speaker system combines identically voiced two-way satellite and center channel speakers with a magnetically shielded 12-inch, 200-watt subwoofer for high-performance sound that complements the design of Harman Kardon receivers and DVD players, and todays flat-panel video displays. Advanced features include a line-level Sub/LFE input, music-sense on/off and a multicolor LED power indicator. Wall-mount brackets for the satellite are included. Surround Loudspeakers Unleash the 7.1-channel capability of your new AVR or DPR by adding these elegant loudspeakers to an HKTS 14 system and experience new dimensions in audio performance.
Big movie sound from a remarkably compact, fully matched system. Thats precisely the goal we set for the HKTS 8, and it more than meets the challenge. Conventional
wisdom says that you need large speakers for large sound, but the HKTS 8 destroys that notion as easily as it reproduces the sound of space rangers destroying alien invaders.
6.1-Channel Home Theater Speaker System The HKTS 8 includes five satellite speakers with 3-inch midrange and 1/2-inch high-frequency drivers, and a voice-matched, dual-midrange center channel speaker with a 3/4-inch-dome tweeter. Heart-pounding bass is provided by a 10-inch subwoofer with built-in 100-watt amplifier. Wall-mount brackets for the satellite speakers are included. Surround Loudspeakers Expand your HKTS 8 or any 5.1-channel speaker system to the full realism of seamless 7.1-channel surround, without taking up space. Floor Stands These slim-profile, aluminum-extrusion columns are custom designed to match the HKTS 8, HKTS 14, HKS 3 and HKS 4 satellite speakers while accenting any room dcor. A self-contained internal wire-management system adds to the system approach by keeping speaker wires out of sight.
Complete systems, complete performance. By taking advantage of our best in class components and speakers, all operated with a single remote, you get the best of
both worlds: the ease of use from having all the elements in one package, and the legendary performance of Harman Kardon.
7.1-Channel Home Theater System With DVD-Audio and EzSet+ Full power, from start to finish! The CP 35 includes a DVD 31 to play back movies, music and the latest DVD-Audio releases, an AVR 335 that simplifies setup, thanks to EzSet+, and a 7.1 speaker system with the HKTS 14 and HKS 4 to fill your home with the movies and music you want to hear. The CP 35 sets a new standard for high-performance home theater systems. 7.1-Channel Home Theater System Our most affordable complete 7.1-channel home theater system ever. The CP 25 combines the AVR 235s high-current amplification with the pixel-by-pixel processing and progressive-scan capability of the DVD 22, and the sonic perfection of the HKTS 7 and HKS 3 speakers. 6.1-Channel Home Theater System Why compromise? The CP 15 delivers the high performance of Harman Kardon components to enthusiasts on a budget. With the combination of the AVR 135, DVD 22 and HKTS 8, you have the power and flexibility you want at a price you can afford.
Model Description Stereo Power (FTC) Multichannel Power (FTC) Amplifier Type THD @ Impedance Bandwidth Bandwidth @ 1W (+0dB/3dB) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A) Power Supply Dolby Digital Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Virtual Speaker DTS 5.1 DTS-ES 6.1 Discrete & Matrix DTS 96/24 DTS Neo:6 Logic 7 VMAx Headphone Modes XM-Ready Multizone Capability Assignable Rear-Channel Amplifiers A-BUS/READY EzSet Capability
AVR 740 7.2-Channel AVR 100 x x 7 High current 60 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 2-Channel, Dolby HP Yes Audio/video with remote Yes Yes EzSet/EQ II
AVR 340 7.1-Channel AVR 70 x x 7 High current 35 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2-Channel, Dolby HP No Audio, with remote Yes Yes EzSet/EQ
AVR 240 7.1-Channel AVR 65 x x 7 High current 35 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2-Channel, Dolby HP No No No No EzSet+
AVR 140 6.1-Channel AVR 50 x x 6 High current 25 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2-Channel No No No No No
AVR 635 7.1-Channel AVR 90 x x 7 High current 50 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 2-Channel, Dolby HP No Audio, with remote Yes Yes EzSet/EQ
AVR 435 7.1-Channel AVR 80 x x 7 High current 40 amps 0.07% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 10Hz 130kHz 100dB Independent front & rear Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No 2-Channel, Dolby HP No Audio, with remote Yes Yes EzSet/EQ
DPR 2005 7.1-Channel DPR 120 x x 7 Advanced PWM 0.15% @ 8 20Hz 20kHz 20Hz 20kHz 97dB Switch mode Dolby Digital EX Pro Logic IIx Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2-Channel, Dolby HP No Audio, with remote Yes Yes EzSet
Model Description iPod Requirements Receiver Requirements Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight
The Bridge iPod1 Docking Station Third-generation and above iPod with docking connector (not compatible with iPod shuffle) Harman Kardon AVR with DMP/The Bridge docking connector 1-3/16" x 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" 5.9 Ounces
Model Description LCD Screen Maximum Devices Maximum Activities Memory Computer Requirements Includes Remote Dimensions (H x W x D) Charging Cradle Dimensions (H x W x D) Remote Weight Charging Cradle Weight
TC 30 Activity-Based Remote 64K color LCD 2MB PC with Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP or Mac OS X, CD-ROM drive, USB port (dial-up or broadband Internet access required for programming) TC 30, installation disc, USB cable, lithium-ion rechargeable battery, charging cradle, AC adaptor, power supply 8-7/8" x 2-1/8" x 1" 8-13/16" x 2-3/8" x 11/16" 6 Ounces 5 Ounces
Model (continued) A/V Inputs S-Video Inputs Analog Audio Inputs Digital Audio Inputs (Coax/Optical) Digital Audio Outputs (Coax/Optical) Digital Input Polling Direct Audio Inputs HDMI Inputs HDMI Output Preamp Outputs Component Video Inputs (Assignable) Bass Management On-Screen Display Input Titling DSP Processor Output DACs Video Processing/ Conversion A/V Sync Delay IEC Detachable Power Cord System Remote
AVR Rear panel 3/3 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 Front panel 1/0 All video inputs 7.1 With bass management With processing 7.2 Channels 3 @ 100MHz Quad crossover Yes, including component All inputs TI DA 610 192kHz/24-bit DCDi by Faroudja scaling and processing 200 mS Yes
AVR Rear panel 3/3 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 All video inputs 7.0 7.1 Channels 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes All inputs Cirrus CS 49400 192kHz/24-bit Composite/S to component cross conversion 80 mS No
AVR Rear panel 2/2 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 All video inputs 7.0 7.1 Channels 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes All inputs Cirrus CS 49400 192kHz/24-bit No 80 mS No 9-Device programmable
AVR Rear panel 2/2 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 All video inputs 7.0 Subwoofer 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes All inputs Cirrus CS 49400 192kHz/24-bit No No No 7-Device programmable
AVR Rear panel 3/3 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 Front panel 1/0 All video inputs 7.0 7.1 Channels 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes, including component A/V inputs TI DA 610 192kHz/24-bit Composite/S to component cross conversion 80 mS Yes 8-Device learning & programmable with backlit, two-line LCD Yes Yes Yes No Bi-directional RS-232 Color-coded binding posts 6-1/2" x 17-5/16" x 17-1/8" 41 lb
AVR Rear panel 3/3 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 All video inputs 7.0 7.1 Channels 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes A/V inputs TI DA 610 192kHz/24-bit No 80 mS Yes 8-Device learning & programmable with backlit, two-line LCD Yes Yes Yes No Bi-directional RS-232 Color-coded binding posts 6-1/2" x 17-5/16" x 17-1/8" 39 lb
DPR Rear panel 2/2 Front panel 1/1 Rear panel 1/1 Front panel 1/0 All video inputs 7.1 With bass management 7.1 Channels 2 @ 50MHz Quad crossover Yes A/V inputs Cirrus CS 49400 192kHz/24-bit No 80 mS Yes 8-Device learning & programmable with backlit, two-line LCD Yes No Yes No Bi-directional RS-232 Color-coded binding posts 4-1/2" x 17-5/16" x 18-3/4" 23 lb
TC 30 activity-based, 9-Device programmable color LCD, Internet programmability Yes Yes Yes 2 USB and RS-232 Color-coded binding posts Yes Yes Yes No No Color-coded binding posts
IR In/Out Jacks IR Carrier Output Discrete Remote On/Off Codes Low-Voltage Trigger Jacks External Data Port Speaker Terminals Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight
Yes No Yes No No Color-coded binding posts
No No Yes No No Color-coded binding posts
6-1/2" x 17-5/16" x 17-1/8" 6-13/16" x 17-5/16" x 15" 6-13/16" x 17-5/16" x 15" 6-13/16" x 17-5/16" x 15" 48 lb 31.7 lb 30.7 lb 24.5 lb
ABH 4 4-Room A-BUS Expansion Hub
AB 1 A-BUS/READY In-Wall Module With Built-In Amplifier
Model Description System Requirements Includes
HE 1000 External Infrared Remote Sensor Harman Kardon or compatible products with IR Remote In jack
System Requirements AB 1 or other compatible A-BUS modules. Harman Kardon A-BUS/READY receiver or any source device with standard analog L/R outputs. Dimensions (H x W x D) ABH 4: 3-5/16" x 7-3/16" x 1-3/16" Power Supply: 1-7/16" x 5-15/16" x 2-13/16" Weight ABH 4: 0.9 lb Power Supply: 1 lb
System Requirements Any Harman Kardon A-BUS/READY receiver, or any receiver or source product connected to an ABH 4. Connections via Cat. 5/5e cable. Use with 6-ohm or 8-ohm speakers with sensitivity >88dB. Includes IR sensor for pass-through of remote commands. Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight 4-1/4" x 1-3/4" x 2-1/4" 0.25 lb
Power supply, connecting block, connecting cable 1" x 3-5/16" x 2-5/16" 5.7 Ounces
Unit Dimensions (H x W x D) Unit Weight
Model Description Power (FTC) THD Impedance Bandwidth HCC (amps) Bandwidth @ 1W (+0, 3dB) Discrete Amplifier Output Devices VMAx Audio Inputs Video Inputs Video Outputs Phono Input Tape Monitor Loop Tuner A/B Speaker Switching Subwoofer Output Preamp Outputs/ Main Amp Inputs Accessory Outlets System Remote Separate Remote On/Off Buttons Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight
HK 3480 Stereo Receiver 120 x 2 <0.07% 8 Ohms 20Hz 20kHz 45 10Hz 110kHz Yes Yes (1 on front panel) 1 Yes Yes FM stereo/AM with 30 presets Yes Yes Yes 2 Switched Yes Yes 6-5/8" x 17-3/8" x 15" 23 lb
HK 3380 Stereo Receiver 80 x 2 <0.07% 8 Ohms 20Hz 20kHz 42 10Hz 110kHz Yes No (1 on front panel) 1 Yes Yes FM stereo/AM with 30 presets Yes Yes Yes 2 Switched Yes Yes 6-5/8" x 17-3/8" x 15" 20.9 lb Still-Image Rotation Slow Play Fast Play Random Play Repeat Play Programmed Play Digital Audio Outputs Remote IR In/Out Jacks Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight HDMI Output Still-Image Formats Audio DACs Video DACs Video Outputs Video Test Screen Video Off Mode Screen Saver Compressed Audio Bit Rates JPEG Resolution Disc Recognition Memory Video Formats Audio Formats Description
DVD 47 DVD Audio/Video Player With SACD and HDMI DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, VCD DVD-Audio, SACD, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA* Yes, HDMI 1.1 JPEG, Kodak Picture CD 192kHz/24-bit 27MHz 54MHz/10-bit 480i, 480P, 720P, 1080I Yes Yes Yes MP3: 32 kbps 320 kbps WMA*: 16 kbps 192 kbps 5 Megapixels, 5MB file size DVD-Video: 100 discs MP3/WMA*: 10 discs 90-Degree increments 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/6x, 1/7x 2x, 4x, 8x, 20x CDs only Disc, track, A/B CDs only Coax, optical, HDMI 1.1 Backlit Yes 1-5/8" x 17-15/16" x 10-7/8" 5.9 lb
DVD 37 DVD Audio/Video Player With SACD DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, VCD DVD-Audio, SACD, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA* No JPEG, Kodak Picture CD 192kHz/24-bit 27MHz 54MHz/10-bit 480i, 480P Yes Yes Yes MP3: 32 kbps 320 kbps WMA*: 16 kbps 192 kbps 5 Megapixels, 5MB file size DVD-Video: 100 discs MP3/WMA*: 10 discs 90-Degree increments 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/6x, 1/7x 2x, 4x, 8x, 20x CDs only Disc, track, A/B CDs only Coax, optical Backlit Yes 1-5/8" x 17-15/16" x 10-7/8" 5.9 lb
DVD 27 Progressive-Scan DVD Player DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, VCD CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA* No JPEG, Kodak Picture CD 192kHz/24-bit 27MHz 54MHz/10-bit 480i, 480P Yes Yes Yes MP3: 32 kbps 320 kbps WMA*: 16 kbps 192 kbps 5 Megapixels, 5MB file size DVD-Video: 100 discs MP3/WMA*: 10 discs 90-Degree increments 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/6x, 1/7x 2x, 4x, 8x, 20x CDs only Disc, track, A/B CDs only Coax, optical Backlit Yes 1-5/8" x 17-15/16" x 10-7/8" 5.9 lb
* Windows Media Audio (WMA) is a proprietary file format developed by Microsoft.
A/B Repeat Play is available for CDs only.
1: Compatible with third-generation or higher iPod with docking connector; includes all Click Wheel models, iPod photo (audio playback only) and iPod mini (iPod not included). 2: Optional XM antenna module and subscription to XM service required. Hardware and service sold separately. XM service is not available in Alaska, Hawaii or Canada. All features and specifications are subject to change without notice. NOTE: Depth measurements include knobs, buttons and terminal connections; height measurements include feet and chassis.
Harman Kardon, Logic 7 and VMAx (an implementation of Cooper Bauck Transaural Stereo under patent license) are trademarks of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, registered in the United States and/or other countries. (patent no. 5,386,478), , are trademarks of Harman International , and Industries, Incorporated. A-BUS and A-BUS/READY are registered trademarks of LeisureTech Electronics Pty Ltd. Australia. Apple, iPod and Mac OS are registered trademarks, and Shuffle is a trademark, of Apple Computer, Inc. Burr-Brown, Texas Instruments and TI are trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated. Cirrus is a trademark of Cirrus Logic, Inc. Decora is a registered trademark of Leviton Manufacturing Company, Inc. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS, DTS Surround, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24 and DTS Neo:6 are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. Faroudja and DCDi by Faroudja are trademarks of Genesis Microchip Inc. HDCD and High Definition Compatible Digital are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (patent no. 5,479,168). HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. Kodak is a registered trademark, and Picture CD is a trademark, of Eastman Kodak Company. Microsoft, Windows Media and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. SACD (Super Audio CD) is a trademark of Sony Electronics Inc. XM-Ready is a registered trademark of XM Satellite Radio Inc.
Model Description Plays CD-R Plays CD-RW HDCD Audio Output DACs Programmed Play Repeat Play Digital Output Headphone Jack With Level Control Remote Separate Remote On/Off Buttons IR In/Out Jacks Dimensions (H x W x D) Weight
FL 8385 5-Disc CD Changer Yes Yes Yes 18-Bit Burr-Brown 20 Tracks 1 Track, 1 CD, all CDs Coax Yes Yes Yes Yes 5-1/8" x 17-5/16" x 15-1/4" 18 lb
HKTS Identical 2-way satellites with dual 3" midranges and 3/4"-dome tweeter, video-shielded Voice-matched, dual-driver with two 3" midranges and 3/4"-dome tweeter 200-Watt, bass-reflex powered subwoofer with 12" driver 8 Ohms (sats & center) 86dB (sats & center) System: 25Hz 20kHz (6dB) Stereo RCA jacks and dedicated LFE Binding posts 10W 120W Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Brackets included for 4 satellites
HKTS Identical 2-way satellites with 3" midrange and 1/2"-dome tweeter, video-shielded Voice-matched, dual-driver with two 3" midranges and 3/4"-dome tweeter 100-Watt, bass-reflex powered subwoofer with 10" driver 8 Ohms (sats & center) 86dB (sats & center) System: 35Hz 20kHz (6dB) Stereo RCA jacks and dedicated LFE Binding posts 10W 80W Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Brackets included for 5 satellites
HKS Identical 2-way satellites with dual 3" midranges and 3/4"-dome tweeter, video-shielded N/A
HKS Identical 2-way satellites with 3" midrange and 1/2"-dome tweeter, video-shielded N/A
Center Channel Speaker
Subwoofer Impedance Sensitivity (SPL @ 1 Watt/Meter) Frequency Response Line-Level Inputs
N/A 8 Ohms 86dB 105Hz 20kHz (6dB) N/A Spring lever (inputs only) 10W 120W N/A N/A N/A N/A Yes Pair of brackets included
N/A 8 Ohms 86dB 110Hz 20kHz (6dB) N/A Spring lever (inputs only) 10W 80W N/A N/A N/A N/A Yes Pair of brackets included
Speaker-Level Inputs & Outputs Recommended Amplifier Power Subwoofer Level Control Phase Switch Music Sense Turn-On Low-Pass Filter Switch
Model Description Multichannel Power Speaker System DVD Player External Audio Connection Digital Audio Inputs (Coax/Optical) Video Outputs Video Formats Audio Formats Still-Image Formats Test Screen Fast Play Slow Play Random Play Repeat Play Remote
HS 100 5.1-Channel Integrated Home Theater System 35 x 5 HKTS 7** Progressive scan Tape In/Out, TV In 1/1 Composite, S, component DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, VCD, SVCD DVD-Audio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA* JPEG Yes 2x, 4x, 16x, 100x 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x Yes, within CD 1 Track, 1 disc, A/B System remote
Cables Included Wall-Mount Capability Dimensions (H x W x D)
Sats: 9-9/16" x 3-15/16" x 3-5/8" Sats: 6-9/16" x 3-15/16" x 3-5/8" Center: 4" x 9-1/2" x 3-5/8" Center: 4" x 9-1/2" x 3-5/8" Sub: 20-1/2" x 14-1/2" x 14-1/2" Sub: 18-7/8" x 13-3/8" x 13-3/8" Sats: 2.2 lb Center: 2.2 lb Sub: 48 lb Sats: 1.4 lb Center: 2.2 lb Sub: 33 lb
9-9/16" x 3-15/16" x 3-5/8" 6-9/16" x 3-15/16" x 3-5/8"
Model Aluminum-Extrusion Column Wire-Management System Height, Assembled, Not Including Floor Spikes and Without Speaker Base Weight
HTFS 2 Yes Yes 34-1/2"
Model Channel Configuration Audio/Video Receiver DVD Player Loudspeaker Complement
CP 35 7.1-Channel system AVR 335** DVD 31** HKTS 14** plus one pair HKS 4**
CP 25 7.1-Channel system AVR 235** DVD 22** HKTS 7** (same component specs as HKTS 8** with one satellite fewer) plus one pair HKS 3** RCP 2 universal remote control with EzSet, color Quick-Start Guide, color-coded cable labels, all necessary cables
CP 15 6.1-Channel system AVR 135** DVD 22** HKTS 8**
9" x 7" Oval 16.7 lb Accessories Included RCP 2 universal remote control with EzSet, color Quick-Start Guide, color-coded cable labels, all necessary cables
RCP 2 universal remote control with EzSet, color Quick-Start Guide, color-coded cable labels, all necessary cables
** See www.harmankardon.com for product specifications.
Dimensions (H x W x D) 2-11/16" x 17-15/16" x 2-3/16" Weight 10.6 lb
250 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, NY 11797 516.255.HKHK(4545) FAX 516.682.3520 www.harmankardon.com Part No. HKLITUSA8/05 Printed in USA 2005 Harman International Industries, Incorporated. All rights reserved.
DVD 47 Digital Versatile Disc Player
Table of Contents
Introduction Terminology Features, Packing List Front Panel Controls Front Panel Information Display Remote Control Rear Panel Connections Setup and Connections Connecting to a TV Only to a Dolby Digital/DTS Amplifier/Receiver Remote Control Digital Audio Connections Playback Basics Basic Play Playback Features About DivX Movie Files System Set-up System Defaults Set Up Menu System Settings Audio Settings Speaker Settings Video Settings Test Screen Test Screen TV Picture Adjustment Player Menu Using the Player Information Menu Using the On-Screen Status Display
Declaration of Conformity
We, Harman Consumer Group, Inc. 2, Route de Tours 72500 Chteau-du-Loir, FRANCE declare in own responsibility, that the product described in this owners manual is in compliance with technical standards: EN 55013:2001 EN 55020:2002 EN 61000-3-2:2000 EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1:2001 EN 60065:2002
Jurjen Amsterdam Harman Consumer Group, Inc. 09/06
CD Playback Using the Player Information Menu Selecting a Track Repeat Play Random Play Video Off Feature SACD Discs MP3, Windows Media and JPEG Playback Troubleshooting Guide
NOTE: This player is designed and manufactured for compatibility with Region Management Information that is encoded on most DVD discs. This player is designed only for
playback of discs with Region Code 2, or for discs that do not contain Region Code information. If there is any other Region Code on a disc, that disc will not play on the DVD.
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction / Terminology
Thank you for choosing the Harman Kardon DVD The DVD 47 is a state-of-the-art optical disc player that can play almost every music, movie and still-image disc in your library with the highest fidelity available today. Along with conventional Video and CD audio discs, the DVD 47 lets you enjoy the latest high-resolution DVD-Audio and SACD discs, with HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output of pure, uncompressed digital audio and video as well as DivX and VCD discs. To enable you to get the maximum quality from DVDs, the DVD is equipped with the latest in design techniques, including advanced 10-bit video digital-to-analog converters (DAC) and Video (composite), S-Video and RGB video (RGB via SCART) outputs, to ensure that you get all the quality inherent in todays DVD medium. For optimum playback of NTSC and PAL DVD with compatible high-definition display devices, DVD is equipped with progressive component video outputs. When used with an HDMI-compatible audio/video receiver and video display, the program quality is preserved. By passing an uncompressed signal, degradation is virtually nonexistent. And the single-cable connection eliminates the problem of wire management. If you have not yet upgraded to an HDMI video display, you may still enjoy pristine picture quality with the DVD 47s precision video DACs, which output a Y/Pr/Pb progressive-scan component signal and composite and S-video. Thus, no matter what type of video display used, you will see images that are the closest thing to the original film or performance this side of your local theater. To further fine-tune the video output, a built-in test pattern may be used in conjunction with either the controls on your display, or the video output adjustments on the DVD 47. In addition, Harman Kardons audio heritage continues into the digital video era with audiophile-grade DACs to ensure that the audio quality matches the superb video. Of course, both coaxial and optical digital audio outputs are available for direct connection to A/V receivers or processors so that you may take advantage of Dolby Digital* and DTS soundtracks. The analog outputs for down-mixed stereo or DVD-Audio and SACD playback use audiophile-grade digitalto-analog converters for crystal-clear outputs. When playing audio CDs, the playback quality is state-of-the-art, matching that of the finest players available. A wide range of programming features makes it easy to program an evenings worth of entertainment. When playing DVDs, easy-to-understand on-screen menus and icons make it simple to change languages, soundtracks, subtitles or aspect ratio. DVD players are among the fastest growing consumer electronics products ever brought to market, but this may, nevertheless, be the first DVD player youve owned. Although many of the features of the DVD resemble those of standard CD players, there are a number of functions that you may be unfamiliar with. To ensure that you are able to take advantage of all the power and flexibility the DVD has to offer, we encourage you to review this quick setup manual. That small investment of your time will pay major dividends in the enjoyment you will get from proper use of the DVD. If you have additional questions about this product or its installation or operation that are not answered in this manual, please contact your dealer, as he is your best source of local information. Plays a Wide Range of Video and Audio Formats, Including DVD-Video Discs, DVD-Audio discs, SACD, VCD, Standard CD Audio Discs, CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, Audio Discs and MP3 Discs HDMI 1.0 port with HDCP outputs uncompressed high-definition digital video (720p and 1080i) and up to six channels of Dolby Digital, DTS or PCM digital audio, depending on the source disc High-quality video reproduction with pixel-by-pixel processing, progressive scan output and 3/2 pull-down reconstruction Simultaneous composite and component or S-video video outputs Complete bass management for DVD-Audio and SACD playback High-Quality Video Playback 10-Bit DACs, Progressive Scan and Component Video Outputs Dolby Digital and DTS Data Signal Output Through Both Optical and Coaxial Digital Audio Connections Audiophile-Grade Output DACs for the Finest Audio reproduction Easy-to-Use On-Screen Navigation System Playback of MP3 and Windows WMA Audio Discs and JPEG image files Parental Lock Controls Prevent Unauthorized Viewing of Restricted Movies Playback of DivX compressed video files Extensive Programming Capability for Audio and Video Discs Multiple Options for Language, Soundtrack and Subtitle Selection Multiple-Angle Capabilities With Specially Encoded DVD Discs Backlit, Ergonomically Designed Remote Control
High quality video
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for a single wire, digital connection to your HD-Ready screen. Advanced sophisticated 10-bit MPEG-2 video decoding circuits. Direct RGB output via SCART (selectable) for optimum video performance. SCART connector also configurable for Composite Video output. Test screen videos available for testing video performance and setup. Pure PAL with NTSC disc due to true NTSC/PAL conversion. Progressive Scan component video ouputs (NTSC and PAL) Playback of JPEG image files
Compatible with CD as well as DVD
The DVD 47 will play any conventional Audio CD or recordable (CD-R) or erasable CD (CD-RW), MP3, WMA (v8) or any DivX or VCD or DVD/Video with the region code 0 or 2.
more than 5 megapixels, and the file size should be no larger than 5Mb. SACD discs are available in SACD-only and hybrid formats. Hybrid discs contain a conventional CD-DA (red book) layer, in addition to the high-density SACD layer, that enables the disc to be backwards compatible with conventional optical disc players. The DVD 47 is capable of playing both types of SACD discs. When a hybrid disc is loaded, the DVD 47 will default to playing the SACD layer. SACD discs are also available in either twochannel or multichannel formats. The DVD 47 will play either format correctly, with multichannel materials being outputted through the 6-Channel Outputs B. The DVD 47 will NOT play the following: DVD discs with a Region Code other than 2 DVD-ROM data discs DVD-RAM discs CD-I discs CD-G discs Kodak Photo CD discs (Kodak Picture CD discs, available to consumers, may be viewed using the DVD 47). Discs intended for use in video game consoles Discs recorded in the VR mode High-definition optical discs such as WMVHD, HD-DVD and Blu-ray
Disc formats supported by this player
The unit can play the following disc formats (8 cm and 12 cm size): DVD-AUDIO SACD DVD DVD-R DVD-RW DVD+R DVD+RW CD CD-R CD-RW VCD/SVCD WMA (v8) DivX and XviD NOTE: Due to differences in the format of certain discs, it is possible that some discs may include a mix of features that are not compatible with the DVD. Similarly, although the DVD is capable of a wide range of features, not all discs include every capability of the DVD system. For example, although the DVD is compatible with multi-angle discs, that feature is only possible when the disc is specially encoded for multipleangle play. In addition, the DVD is capable of playing back both Dolby Digital and DTS soundtracks, but the number and types of tracks available will vary from disc to disc. To make certain that a specific feature or soundtrack option is available, please check the options noted on the disc jacket. Playback capability for CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, JPEG, MP3, DivX, VCD/SVCD, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW discs may vary due to variations in the quality of the disc and the recorder used to create the disc. The DVD 47 is compatible with most discs recorded with files encoded using MP3 or Windows Media 8, as well as JPEG still images. However, note that variations in the encoder or codec used and the bit rate of the encoding may affect the DVD 47s ability to play back a specific disc. As a result, we cannot guarantee complete compatibility with all encoders and versions of the codecs. For best results, we recommend that MP3 files be encoded at bit rates ranging between 32kbps and 320kbps. WMA files should be encoded at bit rates between 64kbps and 320kbps. Although the DVD 47 is capable of playing some WMA 9 files, not all features of version 9 are supported. JPEG files should contain no
High quality digital audio
Built-in DVD-Audio decoder for improved musical realism. By connecting a DTS (Digital Theater Systems) or a Dolby Digital decoder, you can enjoy high quality 5.1 digital surround sound from DTS or Dolby Digital discs. With linear PCM audio at 16-24 bits and 44-96 kHz (also on digital output, see table page 14), audio quality exceeding that of CD becomes possible. Optical and coaxial digital audio output.
Many convenient features
On-Screen Menu lcons for disc information or player information and access to many major functions of this unit. Subtitles may be displayed in one of numerous languages*. The multi-angle function allows you to choose the viewing angle of scenes which were shot from a number of different angles (Limited to DVDs recorded with multiple camera angles.) Multiple options for dialog language and soundtrack selection (limited to DVDs recorded with multiple dialog languages or soundtracks). Intuitive menu operating system. 4 step Zoom during play and pause. Backlit, ergonomically designed remote control. Future software upgrades accessible via Internet. (See information below.) * The number of languages recorded depends on the software.
Upgradeability via Internet
The firmware controlling the functionality of the Harman Kardon DVD is fully upgradeable. In the event of future improvements to its operations and features, it will be possible to download firmware upgrades from www.harmankardon.com/International/ All you have to do is create a CD-R with the data and insert it in the DVD for an automatic upgrade.
1 Harman Kardon DVD Player 1 Remote control 2 AAA batteries 1 A/V cable for stereo analog audio and composite video 1 S-Video cable 1 HDMI cable 1 owner's manual
Front Panel Controls
0 Main Information Display 1 Power On/Off (Standby) 2 Open/Close
3 Play 4 Pause 5 Stop
6 Skip/Search (Previous) 7 Skip/Search (Next) 8 Dimmer
0 Main Information Display: This display delivers messages and status indications to help you operate the DVD player. 1 Power On/Off (Standby): Press the button once to turn the DVD player on, press it again to put the unit in the Standby mode. 2 Open/Close: Press this button to open or close the Disc Tray. 3 Play: Press to initiate playback or to resume playback after Pause has been pressed.
DVD-Audio and SACD
The high-resolution output of DVD-Audio and SACD discs is only available as an analog signal. For that reason, it is necessary to make direct analog connections between the 6-Channel Audio Outputs B on the DVD 47 and the matching 6-channel inputs on your receiver or surround processor.
14 DIGITAL AUDIO CONNECTIONS
Preparation 1. Switch the TV ON and select its video input connected to the DVD. 2. Press POWER to turn on the unit, the DVD harman/kardon logo should appear now on the screen. If that logo appears distorted on the screen or without any color, change the appropriate settings at the Video Setting Submenu according to your TV set and to the connection used between the DVD and your TV. 3. When you see no video at all, not even the harman/kardon logo, check the setting of the video input used on your TV (most SCART inputs on TVs can be configured in the TVs menu). When you dont succeed, connect your TV with different cables to the DVD, e.g. via Composite (yellow jacks) or S-Video cables, rather than per SCART to view the setup menus until all appropriate Video menu settings are made properly. 4. Switch on your A/V systems power, if the player has been connected to such a system. 5. Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. 6. Place a disc on the disc tray. Hold the disc without touching either of its surfaces, position it with the side you wish to play facing down, align it with the guides, and place it in its proper position. 3" (8 cm) discs or 5" (12 cm) discs can be used. 7. Press PLAY. The disc tray is automatically closed and play begins. When the disc tray is closed by pressing OPEN/CLOSE, play will start automatically. With most DVDs, a Disc Menu appears on the screen. Select specific menu item by using ARROW buttons on the remote, then press ENTER. 2. Press PLAY at any time to resume normal playback. Note that there will be no audio playback during fast-forward or -reverse play of DVD discs. This is normal for DVD, as A/V receivers and surround processors cannot process the digital audio streams during fast-play modes; audio will be heard during fast-play of conventional CDs. Freeze Frame and Frame Advance (with DVD only) 1. Press PAUSE when a DVD is playing to freeze the picture. 2. Each time you press the STEP FWD button F, the picture advances one frame. 3. Press PLAY to resume normal playback. Slow Motion Playback (with DVD only) 1. When a DVD disc is in pause or freeze frame mode, you may move slowly forward or backward through the program being played at one of the speeds by pressing the Play Buttons on the remote. Each press of the buttons will move to the next speed, indicated by a number of arrow indicators on the right top of the screen. 2. Press PLAY to resume normal playback. Note that there will be no audio playback during slow-forward or -reverse play of DVD discs. This is normal for DVD, as A/V receivers and surround processors cannot process the digital audio streams during slow modes. Slow play is not available for CD. Notes: Playback features may not be available during the opening credits of a movie. This is intended by the disc author and is not a failure of the DVD. Playback of a DVD with 96 kHz/24-bit audio requires the use of circuitry normally used for other features. Accordingly, Slow Play Reverse and Step Advance features are not available with these discs. Depending on the structure of a VCD disc, the functions Slow Reverse and Step Reverse may be prohibited or have no function and Fast Playback (Search) may not function. About DivX Movie Files The DivX disc compatibility of this DVD player is limited by the following: the available resolution size of the DivX file should be below 720x576 (W x H) pixels. the total number of files and folders on the disc should be less than 999. the number of screen frames per second should be below 29.97 frames per second. the video and audio structure of recorded file should be interleaved. The player is capable of playing DivX files with the extensions.avi. The player is capable of playing subtitle files with the extensions.smi,.srt,.sub (Micro DVD format only) or "ssa". Other subtitle files wont be displayed. Subtitle files need to carry the same name as the movie file (but with either one of the above extensions) and should be located in the same directory. Playing a DivX Movie Disc Before playing DivX movie discs, please note the following: multi session DVD containing Windows Media Audio files may not be supported. open session discs are not supported. the DVD player does not support PC data. this DVD player does not support an unfinalized disc with a closed session. 1. Insert a disc and close the tray. 2. Press the OSD button of the remote control and select a folder by pressing the up/down cursor buttons and press ENTER. A list of files in the folder appears. If you are in a file list and want to return to the Folder list, use the up/down buttons on the remote to highlight and press ENTER. 3. If you want to view a particular file, press the up/down buttons to highlight a file and press PLAY. When playing back a DivX movie you can use variable playback functions like fast and slow backward and forward, as well as step forward. 4. Press STOP to stop the playback. The DVD players playback functionalities of DivX video discs will vary depending on the DivX version used for creating your movies. ENGLISH
Set Up Menu
The first step in checking or changing the system defaults is to access the Setup Menu. First, make certain that the DVD 47 is properly connected to a video display, and that power is connected. For this process, however, you do not need to load any discs into the unit. During STOP, PAUSE or PLAY mode, if you press SETUP on the remote, the Set Up Menu appears on the screen and the front panel display will show SETUP. In the same time the DVD 47 will turn to Resume mode (when it was just in play) and resume playback after the Setup Menu has been closed again. This Main Menu and all menus in the following section may look different, listing the settings with different languages, depending on the settings made previously. With the factory default setting all languages are set to English, thats why with all menus the English version is shown in the manual. In the SET-UP Menu you will find submenus for making or changing all settings and adjustments for both Audio and Video handling of your DVD 47. Note: When the Setup menu is activated while player is in play or pause mode automatically the Resume mode will be activated and the front display will read SETUP. As soon as the menu is closed the player will resume the playback.
A Main Menu Line B Submenus C Actual Settings D Instruction Line
Most DVDs are created to allow setup menus to be displayed while the disc is playing, superimposed over the video playback. However, some discs are authored in a way that does not allow this. If you see the icon displayed on the screen after pressing the Setup Button 8 or the Info Button A, press the Stop Button I and then press the Setup or Info Button 8A again.
16 SYSTEM SETUP
point at which you paused. Note that even when the setting is activated, you must pause playback, rather than bring it to a full stop, and the unit must not be turned off between discs. The DVD 47 is capable of storing the information for up to five DVDs at a time. PBC Support: Activates PBC (Play Back Control) Support for VCD discs. Screen Saver: Activates a Screen Saver to prevent an image to burn into a video display device. If you connect the DVD 47 to a LCD or plasma screen or video projector, we recommend you activate the screen saver at all times. Show Angle Icon: Determines whether the Angle Icon will appear on the screen when there are different angles available on a DVD disc. Closed Caption: This setting enables viewing of closed caption messages, if they have been encoded in the video material. Closed captions are text displays of the programs dialogue, normally hidden from view, that are made available for the hearing-impaired or others. Select the O N setting to activate the DVD 47s closed captioning decoder so that these messages may be viewed. includes stereo and/or Dolby Pro Logic, select PCM. Then all audio signals will be output in PCM format only (DTS will output no signal). PCM Limit: The DVD 47 is compatible with both 48 kHz and 96 kHz sampling, but some early A/V receivers and surround processors are not. If your A/V receiver or surround processor is NOT capable of handling 96 kHz signals, select the 48 kHz option. If your A/V receiver or surround processor IS capable of handling 96 kHz signals, select the 96 kHz option to achieve the greatest audio fidelity available. Note: Due to copyright restrictions, the DVD 47 will not output an uncompressed signal in the PCM format from a disc recorded with 96 kHz/24-bit resolution, such as some DTS audio CDs. If the Digital Output setting in the AUDIO SETUP submenu is set to PCM, and the PCM Limit setting is set to 96KHZ, no audio will be outputted, and the message CGMS MUTE will appear in the Main Information Display. CGMS stands for Copy General Management System. Should this message appear, change the PCM Limit setting to 48KHZ to hear the audio at a lower resolution. Dynamic Range: This setting allows you to take advantage of the programming present on some Dolby Digital recordings to reduce the volume of louder passages while maintaining intelligibility of quieter passages. This means that you may listen to programs at a level that allows the full impact of a soundtrack to be heard at a volume that is lower than you might otherwise use to avoid disturbing others. The DVD 47 accomplishes this by compressing the audio to a greater or lesser degree, depending on which setting you choose. Three options are available: MAXIMUM does not make any changes to the original playback, and should be used when the volume setting in the listening room may be as loud as you desire. MEDIUM applies a moderate amount of compression so that louder passages are a little bit quieter. MINIMUM applies more compression so that louder passages are much softer. Feel free to experiment with the settings at any time. Note that if your receiver or processor also allows you to program the dynamic range setting, also known as the Night Mode, you do not need to make any adjustments on the DVD 47 and should leave the setting at MAXIMUM. ENGLISH
The System Setting Submenu contains the following settings. Follow the explanations in the Instruction Line on the bottom of your screen to change the settings. Display Language: Sets the language in which the OSD menus are shown on your screen. Preferred Subtitle Language: Defines your preferred subtitle language. Every time a disc will be played that contains this subtitle language, it will be shown automatically. If you do not find your preferred language in the list of options, you can select your preferred language by highlighting OTHER. Press ENTER and use the Navigation Buttons to select your preferred language from the list shown on the screen. Note that only those languages will be available that are actually on the DVD you would like to play. You can also set the preferred subtitle language to OFF. In that case no subtitles will be shown. Panel Time-Out: Sets the time-out interval for the Front Panel Information Display. After the selected time, the display will dim completely. Status Bar Time-Out: Sets the time-out interval for the Status Bar, after which the Status Bar will disappear from the screen. Parental Control: Defines a password used to control viewing of restricted programs. The default password is 1234. After pressing the default password, either the parental control setting can be chosen, or a new password. The five standard US rating symbols are G (General, level 2), PG (Parental Guidance, level 4), PG13 (Parental Guidance and 13 years old, level 4), R (Restricted, level 6) and NC 17 (from 17 years old, level 7). The DVD will accommodate a total of eight rating steps, as set by the DVD creators. These additional steps allow for more critical control of program playback for all audiences. Level 8: All DVDs can be played. Levels 7 to 2: DVDs for general audiences/ children can be played. Level 1: DVDs for children can be played; DVDs for adults/general audiences are prohibited. Follow the explanations on the screen to set a new password. Disc Recognition: This setting controls the Disc Recognition feature. When turned on, it allows you to pause a DVD, remove it from the player, play another disc, and then resume playback of the original disc at a later time from the
The Audio Setting Submenu contains the following settings. Follow the explanations in the Instruction Line on the bottom of your screen to change the settings. In case the audio settings have been changed, they will take effect after the next time the player goes through STOP mode. Preferred Audio Language: Defines your preferred audio language. Every time a disc is played that contains this audio language, it will be activated automatically. If you do not find your preferred language in the list of options, you can select your preferred language by highlighting OTHER. Press ENTER and use the Navigation Buttons to select your preferred language from the list shown on the screen. Note that only those languages will be available that are actually on the DVD you would like to play. Digital Output: If your system includes 5.1 digital audio surround decoding (Dolby Digital and/or DTS), select BITSTREAM as the digital output. In that case all audio signals will be output with their original format. If your system only
SYSTEM SETUP 17
SACD: SACD discs may contain up to three separate versions of the program, depending on the specific disc. Use this setting to choose the 2channel or 5.1-channel version of the program, as well as the conventional CD version available on special hybrid discs. Important note: SACD audio is available only in analog form, and no signal is available using either of the Digital Audio Outputs 01. To listen to SACD discs, connect the Analog Audio Outputs 9 or the 6-Channel Audio Outputs B to your receiver. While DVD-Audio also is output only in analog form, many discs also contain PCM, Dolby Digital or DTS digital tracks and may be played through the Digital Audio Outputs 01. Delay Unit: This setting selects the unit of distance used for calculating delay times when the AUDIO menu is activated. The default unit is meter, but you may select feet. Bass Management: This setting activates the
AUDIO menus bass management settings, to
when the DVD 47 is used with a receiver or processor that does not have audio adjustment capabilities for the direct inputs. Important Note: In order to avoid audio problems, when the DVD 47 is connected to a receiver or processor that does have the capability to adjust bass management parameters for its multichannel inputs, you have the option to either use that capability or adjust the settings in the DVD 47. The preferred method of operation is to use the receiver for these adjustments. In that case, remember to set the Bass Management setting in the AUDIO SETUP menu to Bypass. If you make the adjustments using the DVD 47's settings, it is important that the receiver's settings for the multichannel direct inputs be disabled, or set to Large for the speaker sizes and 0 for the level adjustments and delay times, unless these settings are also used for the receivers other source inputs, in which case they should be left the way you set them when you configured your receiver. If you have any questions about the capabilities of your receiver or processor, we recommend that you consult its owners manual or the manufacturers Web site for further information. If your receiver or processor does not have 6-channel analog inputs, make sure to select Stereo for the Bass Management setting in the AUDIO SETUP menu. Then connect the Analog Audio Outputs 9 to any 2-channel analog inputs on your receiver. Before proceeding with the DVD 47s audio setup adjustments, we recommend that you first use the menu system in your receiver or processor to ascertain the settings already established for Speaker Size, Output Level and Delay Time, which may be set as a distance. Write these settings down to refer to during the configuration process. Press the Setup Button 8 to activate the Setup menu; then use the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until the SPEAKER submenu is highlighted within a white outline box, and press the Enter Button 6.
optimize playback of DVD-Audio and SACD discs through the Analog Audio Outputs 9B. Three settings are available: O n: This is the default setting. If your receiver or processor is equipped with direct 6-channel inputs and the receiver is not capable of performing bass management on these inputs, then leave this setting on the DVD 47 at the default of O N, and proceed in the AUDIO menu to program the bass management settings. Bypass: If your receiver or processor is equipped with 6-channel inputs and is capable of adjusting the bass management settings (speaker size, output levels and delay times) for its 6-channel analog inputs, then Harman Kardon recommends that you change this setting to Bypass, and adjust the bass management settings on your receiver. Stereo: If your receiver or processor is not equipped with 6-channel inputs at all, then change this setting to Stereo, which will send a downmixed 2-channel signal to the Analog Audio Outputs 9 or the Scart TV Output 6 for use with any 2-channel analog input on your receiver. You may then select an analog surround mode available on your receiver. This setting is also needed when you've connected the DVD 47 to the TV via Scart only and want to listen the correctly downmixed sound on the TV only (otherwise center and surround signals will be missed).
This menu allows you to adjust bass management settings that control the audio output of the 6-Channel Audio Outputs B for speaker size, output level and delay times. The proper adjustment of these settings is key to optimal reproduction of DVD-Audio and SACD discs, 18 SYSTEM SETUP
The following adjustments are available on the
SPEAKER menu for each speaker position. It
is recommended that you cycle through the adjustments for each speaker position using the KLM N Navigation Buttons 9 to enter the settings that are appropriate for your system. Pressing the Enter Button 6 displays a drop-
assume that sound should always be coming from each speaker, most of the time there will be little or no sound in the surround channels. This is because they are only used when a movie director or sound mixer specifically places sound there to create ambiance, a special effect or to continue action from the front of the room to the rear. When the output levels are properly set it is normal for surround speakers to operate only occasionally. Artificially increasing the volume to the rear speakers may destroy the illusion of an enveloping sound field that duplicates the way you hear sound in a movie theater or concert hall. The default settings of the DVD player is 0 dB for all channels. In case you feel adjustments are necessary in your setup, we advise you to copy the settings currently in use with 5.1 surround modes (for instance Dolby Prol Logic II) of your AV receiver to the DVD player. When all settings have been done select DONE on the bottom of the menu and press the Enter Button 6. Note that this setting is available only when Interlaced is selected for the Scan Type (see below). Scan Type: This setting allows you to select between progressive and interlaced scanning for the Component Video Outputs 5 to maximize the image resolution for the type of video display in use. The output at the S-Video 4, Scart 6 and Composite Video 3 outputs will always be standard-rate video that is compatible with any television set or video display. Two choices are available: Progressive: Select this option if you have a video display that is compatible with input sources of 480P or greater on the Component Inputs. Displays labeled as HDTV Ready, including virtually all large-screen LCD and plasma displays, are compatible with progressive scan. Interlaced: Select this option when you are using an older video display that has Y/Pr/Pb component inputs, but which is not capable of displaying high scan rate, or HD signals. NOTES: 1. The Scan Type may only be changed when the Video Output setting has been set to Component. 2. If you have connected the DVD 47 to a video display that is not capable of displaying progressive scan video using the Component (Y/Pr/Pb) Video Outputs 4, and you have inadvertently changed the Video Output Setting to Component and the Scan Type setting to Progressive, you may reset the scan type to interlaced by pressing the Progressive Scan/Interlaced Button L. Be sure that the Setup menu is not activated (then the front panel display will not show SETUP, otherwise press the Setup Button 8 at first. 3. When Progressive is selected there will be no video signal on the outputs Composite 3, Scart 6 and S-Video 4. Also the Video Output Indicators O "480p" or "576p" will light in the front display, no matter which resolution is selected for the HDMI output (see below) to indicate that the Progressive Component Outputs 5 are in use. Scart Output: Selects which kind of video output signals will be routed over the scart. RGB will be used for most TVs and is therefore recommended. Note that for RGB on the Scart output also RGB must be selected in the Video Output line (see above). Video Adjustment: The Video Adjustment Submenu, that appears after O N has been selected in the Video Adjustment line, contains access to some video parameters and to the Test Screen. First adjust the video display device (TV) with the help of the Test Screen. After that the DivX Subtitle: This setting selects the desired subtitle language for DivX movies. Below the menu items you will find your personal DivX Video On Demand (VOD) code. This code allows you to rent and purchase videos using the DivX VOD service. For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod. Follow the instructions and download the video onto a disc for playback on this unit. Note that all the downloaded videos from DivX VOD can only be played back on this unit. HDMI Settings: This setting displays the characteristics of the video output signal at the HDMI Output A. When the DVD 47 is connected to a video display using the HDMI Output A, as soon as the player is turned on (while the display is on already) the display sends information to the DVD 47 that indicates the highest video resolution it is capable of handling, and the DVD 47 automatically sets the video output to match it. That resolution is displayed here. You may use this setting to manually select another video output resolution. Changes made here remain active until the player is turned off. When it is turned on again, the DVD 47 will revert to the default setting transmitted by the display. Make sure your video display or other video switching equipment (such as an HDMIcapable receiver) is capable of handling the DVD 47s HDMI output signal. The HDMI settings can also be changed directly by pressing the HD Mode Selector W on the remote (see more details on page 9) as long as the Progressive Component Output is not selected. output settings of the player can be fine-tuned with the Brightness, Sharpness and Black Level settings. In order to change the settings, move the cursor to the appropriate setting. Once one of the icons is highlighted, pressing the right or left Arrow Button 9 will increase or decrease the value of the setting, as will be shown in the bar behind the setting. When the Test Screen is activated the Video Adjustments submenu will disapper after some seconds, to restore it simply press the Status button D.To exit the Video Adjustment Menu, move the cursor to DONE, and press ENTER. ENGLISH
The Video Setting Submenu contains the following settings. Follow the explanations in the Instruction Line on the bottom of your screen to change the settings. Important Note: The settings for the Video Output, Scan Type and Scart Output will not affect the HDMI output, only the appropriate analog video outputs. Aspect Ratio: This step selects the TV aspect ratio, conventional screen shape (4:3) or widescreen (16:9), according to your TV. Also when you have a "4:3" TV that can be turned to the "16:9" mode (or turns itself automatically) select "16:9" for the aspect ratio to enable the best vertical resolution available with all movies. Video Standard: Sets the output video format i.e. NTSC, PAL or SECAM, of the DVD player. If you have a multi standard TV, we recommend the AUTO setting for optimal picture quality. Video Output: Sets the video output type to S-Video, Component or SCART. Scart will be used for most TV's with only analog inputs. Component will be used for most LCD, Plasma and projectors.
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When you activate the Test Screen via the OSD you can activate a still image to test all settings and the video performance of your TV. With the vertical color bars you can test the following: proper color intensity setting on your TV, the proper color of each bar, showing if the proper video standard is turned on: the colors should be (left to right): black, white, yellow, cyan (turquoise), green, magenta (purple), red, blue, black. proper color transition, seen as sharp separation of the bars, S-Video will be better than Video, RGB and Components (YUV) best of analog outputs, HDMI output best of all. the performance of the color filter in your TV (with Video signals), bar edges should show no vertical crawling dots. Here S-Video and RGB formats usually give no problems. With the grey scale and the black/white fields below the color bars the brightness and contrast of your screen can be adjusted optimally, see chapter TV Picture Adjustment below. Contrast adjustment: 1. Adjust the contrast on your TV until you see a bright white bar in the right low corner of the screen and a deep dark black bar at the left. The optimal contrast setting will depend from your preference and the surrounding light in the TV room. 2. If the brightness of the white bar will no more increase while turning up the contrast or when the borders of the white harman/kardon text letters on top will bloom (overlight) into the black areas, what drasticly will decrease the sharpness of the script, then the Contrast has been turned up too much. Reduce the contrast until these effects will disappear and the video still looks realistic. 3. If you are watching TV with a usual surrounding daylight, adjust the Contrast so that a normal video picture has about the same looking as the surroundings in your room. By that way the eye is relazed when watching the TV picture. This contrast setting may be reduced when the surrounding light is dimmed, usually improving the sharpness of a video a lot thereby. 4. The grey scale in the middle line needs to have the same clear difference between each bar as before the contrast adjustment. If not, go back to the brightness adjustment and repeat step 3 and then the contrast adjustments, making only minor adjustments each time for optimisation. Color adjustment. 1. When the Brightness and the Contrast are set optimally, turn up the color control to the level of your perference. Adjust to the level where the colors look strong but still natural, not overdone. If the color level is too high, depending from the TV used some of the bars will seem wider or the color intensity will not increase while the control is turned up. Then the color control must be reduced again. At the end you should test the color intensity also with a video, e.g. pictures of natural faces, flowers, fruit and vegetables and other well known natural articles of our life most usefull for an optimal setting of the color intensity. 2. If your TV has a Tint option (with most European TVs this is available or effective only with NTSC signals, not with PAL), use the large white bar below the Greyscale to tweak the warmth of the picture. Every viewer has a difference in preference as how the glow of the picture should be. Some prefer a little colder picture, some a warmer glow. The Tint function on your TV and the white bar can be used to control this. Adjust the Tint to the level where you feel the white color has the tone you prefer. Sharpness Adjustment Contrary to intuition, the picture will appear sharper and clearer with the sharpness, or Edges, setting backed off from the maximum setting. Reduce the sharpness setting on your television, and the Edges setting on the DVD 47 video adjustments menu if necessary, to minimize the appearance of any white lines between the bars in the gray scale portion of the test screen. Convergence and Edge Focus The crosshatch pattern that surrounds the test screen may be used to evaluate edge focus and convergence in front- or rear-projection video displays. However, the controls used to adjust these parameters are often not user-accessible. In any event, these adjustments are extremely complex, and require proper training and experience to avoid worsening the situation. Therefore, it is recommended that if you are unable to improve the picture using the available controls, contact the video display manufacturers authorized service representative for assistance. When all desired setup and configuration entries have been made, use the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until Done is highlighted at the bottom of the Video Adjustments submenu. Press the Enter Button 6 to select it to return to the on-screen menu system. Then, press the Setup Button 8 to remove the menu displays from the screen. The unit will return to normal operation and you are ready to enjoy the finest in DVD or CD playback!
Disc: This line displays the disc type, such as DVD-Video. Disc ID: If the disc is encoded with an identification label, such as a movie title, it will appear here. Playlist: For DVDs, this line will reflect that playback will occur in the discs order. Programmable playlists are not available when a DVD is loaded. Repeat: This line displays the current repeat mode, or Off if Repeat mode is not active.
PROGRAM submenu: The PROGRAM sub-
Scan Type: This line displays how the flag on the DVD was set that should indicate to the deinterlacer in the player whether the video program on the DVD was recorded with a progressive or interlaced scan rate. It also displays how the program is being played back, based on the setting established in the VIDEO SETUP submenu as shown on page 19. Audio Resolution: This line displays the sample rate and bit rate for the current audio format. Audio Format: This line displays the current audio track, such as Dolby Digital 5.1 or linear PCM. Video Bit Rate: This line displays the video bit rate up to the limit of 10 Mbps. This indication will vary as a disc is played in response to changes in the amount of compression that was applied to the video signal when the disc was created. Thus, when the disc is stopped or paused, this line will remain blank. When you have finished viewing the Player menus, press the Info Button A to remove the displays from the screen.
menu is not accessible for DVDs.
DISC INFO Submenu: This submenu will appear when the lower INFO icon is selected or the Info Button A is pressed, it displays detailed information about the disc content. You will not be able to make any changes to the items on this submenu. However, you may use the SETUP menu system as described on page 19 to change the DVD 47 player settings for video aspect ratio or scan type.
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Many functions of the DVD 47 operate the same way for SACD and CD playback as for DVD play; however, there are some important differences. When an SACD or CD is loaded, the DVD 47 will automatically display the Player Information main menu. Status banners are not available during SACD/CD play. A greater variety of playback options are available during CD play, including Random play and programmed playlists. These and other features unique to CD play are described in this section. Repeat (see picture right on top): With this line highlighted, press the Enter Button 6 to activate Repeat mode. Each press will change the repeat mode from Repeat Single (to repeat one track) to Repeat All (to repeat all tracks on the disc) to Repeat Off. Random (see picture right on top): With this line highlighted, press the Enter Button 6 to activate Random mode. Each press will toggle between turning the Random play on or off.
Video Off Feature
During CD playback, some listeners may prefer to turn off the DVD 47s video circuitry. Although the video section is electrically isolated from the audio section, some users may prefer to turn the video displays off during audio playback to prevent any possibility of interference between audio and video. You may also wish to turn the video display off if you find the menu system distracting or unnecessary during CD playback. IMPORTANT NOTE: It is strongly recommended that plasma video display owners use the Video Off feature to avoid burn-in. To turn the video displays off while a CD is playing, simply press the Video Off Button Q. Press the button again to restore the video output. The V-Off Indicator G will light to remind you that the video displays have been turned off. Note that the video output will automatically be restored each time the DVD 47 is turned on.
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MP3, Windows Media and JPEG Playback
The DVD 47 will recognize data from CD-ROM discs recorded in the MP3, Windows Media 8 (WMA) or JPEG formats, including images stored on Kodak Picture CDs. You may also play discs with more than one of the three formats. The Specific File Types That May be Played on the DVD 47 Are: MP3 Files: MP3 is a popular audio compression format that was developed by the Motion Picture Experts Group as part of the MPEG-1 video compression format. Depending on the specific MP3 encoder used, file size is greatly reduced so that you store many more songs on one compact disc than in the standard audio CD format. MP3 is also used to download audio files to computers for home use. Note, however, that in order to play an MP3 file on the DVD 47, the disc may not contain any encryption or coding that prevents playback. Always be certain that you have, or have purchased, the proper rights or authorization before creating a CD-ROM with MP3 or any other codec format. Due to variations in the different encoders and variations of the MP3 codec and the different bit rates used to record MP3 discs, the DVD 47 may not be able to play all discs with MP3 files. We cannot guarantee complete compatibility with MP3 discs, even though they may play on a computer. This is normal and does not indicate a problem with the DVD 47. Note, also, that when a multisession disc with both standard CD audio and MP3 (or WMA) content is used, the DVD 47 will only play the CD audio sections of the disc. WMA Files: WMA (Windows Media Audio) is an audio compression format developed by the Microsoft Corporation for use with its Windows Media Player. WMA files may be created with greater compression than MP3 without sacrificing audio quality so that even more songs may be recorded on a disc. Note that there have been a number of versions of Windows Media, and the DVD 47 is compatible only with files that end in the wma extension and that were recorded using the Windows Media Series 8 encoding. JPEG Files: JPEG is the acronym used to identify image files recorded according to specifications established by Joint Photographic Experts Group for compressing still images. Identified by the file extension jpg when they are recorded on most computers, JPEG files may be created by a digital still camera and then edited and burned to a disc in your personal computer, recorded on a CD-ROM disc from film images by a photo processor, or scanned from printed photos into your personal computer and then burned onto a CD-ROM. Discs containing MP3, WMA or JPEG files are navigated and controlled differently from standard DVDs and CDs. When a disc containing one or more of these types of files is loaded in the DVD 47, the Player Information menu screen will appear. Press the Search Forward 7F or Search Reverse 6E buttons, for fast search of a track. Press the Play 3G, Pause 4C or Stop Button 5I to end fast play. Slow-play is not available during MP3/WMA playback. You may play an MP3 or WMA disc in random mode like a normal CD. You may also access the Random function while an MP3 or WMA disc is playing by pressing the Random Button O. Note that the random mode will select only the tracks within one folder. The Repeat function may be accessed during playback of an MP3 or WMA disc by pressing the Repeat Button T on the remote. Repeatedly press the Repeat Button T to scroll through the options of Repeat 1 (repeat one file), Repeat All (repeat all files) or Repeat Folder (repeat all files within the current folder). The next press will turn the repeat function off. Repeat A-B is not available during MP3/WMA playback. NOTES ON MP3 AND WMA PLAYBACK During playback, the front-panel display and the time indicator on the screen above the list will show the elapsed time of the track being played. Other time display options are not available with MP3/WMA playback. The DVD 47 is only compatible with standard MP3- and WMA-encoded discs. Other compressed audio formats used for Internet audio downloads will not play on the DVD 47. Due to the differences in various versions of the MP3 and WMA formats, and the many differences between the CD-R machines used to record discs on a computer, it is possible that some discs may not play on the DVD 47 even though they will work on a computer. This is normal and does not indicate a fault with the unit. When a multisession disc with both standard CD audio and MP3 or WMA content is in use, the DVD 47 will play only the CD audio sections of the disc. Track numbers will be visible in the display, but the files will not be decoded. If a disc containing MP3, WMA and/or JPEG files is created in more than one session, the DVD 47 may not recognize files added during the later sessions, especially if the disc was finalized after the first session.
This screen will display a list of the main folders contained on the disc. The elapsed time will appear in the upper right corner of the screen. It isnt possible to change the time display, and the Time Search function is not available. MP3 or WMA Disc Playback MP3 and WMA discs may contain 200 tracks or even more. To get the best overview about all tracks on the disc and their names and to select them comfortably, use the on-screen display rather than the front-panel display. The frontpanel display will only show the number and the elapsed time of the track being played. The supported bit rate for WMA files is between 64k bits and 320k bits. The supported bit rate for MP3 files is between 32k bits and 320k bits. To select a folder (if any), press the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until the desired folder name is high-lighted, then press the Enter Button 6. To select a track, press the KL Navigation Buttons 9 until the desired track name is highlighted. To start play of the track selected on the list, press the Enter Button 6. During MP3/WMA playback, some of the standard CD/DVD playback controls operate in their normal fashion: You may skip forward to the next track on the disc by pressing the Skip/Next Button 7F. You may skip back to the previous track on the disc by pressing the Skip/Prev Button 6E. Press the Pause Button 4C to momentarily stop playback. Press the Play Button 3G to resume play. Press the Stop Button 5I once to turn to Resume mode, press it twice to enter stop mode.
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When a disc with multiple folders is playing, only tracks from one folder can be displayed and played at a time. Select the desired folder and press the Play Button 3G to start the first track. To see and play tracks from other folders, you must first select the root folder using the KL Navigation Buttons 9, and press the Enter Button 6 to open or close that folder. You may then navigate an open folder and select the desired folder. Press the Enter Button 6 to open the folder, and select the desired track. Then press the Enter Button 6. Only stereo audio playback is available for MP3 and WMA discs. Programmed playlists are not available for MP3/ WMA discs. While a track is played or paused use the K LM N Navigation Buttons 9 to select the DISC INFO Submenu icon on the left side of the screen (the lower INFO icon) or simply press the Info Button A to view track information. If the disc contains ID3 tag information, then the current MP3 track information will appear: song title, artist, album, year, genre, and any comments. For WMA and JPEG files, only the file name will appear. JPEG Playback The DVD 47 is capable of recognizing JPEG stillimage files and displaying them. When a disc or folder containing JPEG files is loaded, the JPEG Disc-Type Indicator A will light in the Main Information Display 0. The disc will immediately begin displaying the images on the disc in order. When viewing JPEG images, the Angle Button 4 may be used to rotate the image. With the image on-screen, press the Angle Button 4 once to display the current orientation of the image, usually +0. Press the Angle Button 4 again within one second to rotate the image clockwise 90 degrees. The new orientation of +90 will be displayed. Each additional press of the Angle Button 4 will continue to rotate the image clockwise by 90 degrees. You may use the Zoom Button M to enlarge LM N Navigation a JPEG image, and the K Buttons 9 to explore the enlarged image. You may view thumbnails of the images in the selected folder by pressing the Disc Menu Button B. When the images appear on LM N Navigation screen, you may use the K Buttons 9 to move the picture frame around until the desired image is selected. Press the Enter Button 6 to display a full-size view of that image. ENGLISH MP3, WINDOWS MEDIA AND JPEG PLAYBACK 25
Video Signal System:
Composite Video Output: S Video Output: Component Video Output:
Depth measurement includes knobs and connectors. Height measurement includes feet and chassis. All specifications subject to change without notice. Harman Kardon and Harman International are registered trademarks of Harman International Industries, Incorporated. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Dolby Digital, ProLogic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential. Unpublished Work. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. DTS is a trade mark of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Microsoft, Windows and WMA are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. SACD is a trademark of Sony Electronics Inc. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX Networks, Inc and are used under license. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or diassembly is prohibited.
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