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J AUDIO. Selects the audio channels for sound (Only with some DVDs, with others LANGUAGE must be used). K SUBTITLE (page 34). Selects desired language for subtitles when playing DVD. L LANGUAGE (page 34). Selects audio language and format when playing DVD. M DISPLAY (page 24). Switches item displayed on screen and/or on front panel display. N DVD (page 18). Selects the input from a DVD, or other disc format inserted in the disc tray. O ZOOM (page 41). Zoom in to enlarge picture area. P SETUP (page 25ff). Displays or exits the SETUP menu. Q TEST TONE (page 16). Turns test tone on and off. R TUNER (page 17, 35). Press to select radio as source. If already selected, press to switch between FM and AM.
S AUX (page 36). Selects the AUX or TV (SCART) audio input. (i.e. external source). T TITLE (page 20). Displays the title menu when playing DVD. U MENU/PBC (page 43). Changes to menu start function. With VCDs the control of all functions by the DVD itself can be turned off/on (PBC = Playback Contol). V ANGLE (page 34). Changes the angles while playing a DVD. W SLEEP (page 38). Activates sleep timer. X b/ B PLAY/PAUSE (page 18ff). Start or pause when playing a disc.
B A S I C I N F O R M AT I O N
About This Manual
The types of functions and operations that can be used for a particular disc vary depending on the features of that disc. In some cases, these functions and operations may differ from the descriptions given in this manual. In this event, follow the instructions given on the screen. This manual only covers basic disc operations. For some operations, the icon may appear on the screen. This indicates that the operation described in this manual is not available on the disc in the player. On-screen and front panel display illustrations in this manual are purely for the purposes of explanation. The actual displays may differ slightly from these illustrations. Disc handling precautions To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its edge. Do not touch the surface. Do not stick paper or tape on the disc. If there is glue (or a similar substance) on the disc, remove the glue completely before using the disc.
DVD players and discs are designed with regional restrictions which dictate the regions in which a disc can be played. If the region number on the disc you want to play does not match the region number of your DVD player, you will not be able to play the disc. The message WRONG REGION will appear in the on-screen display. The region code of this player is indicated on the rear and on the external packaging.
Remove 1/2 cm of insulation from the loudspeaker end of each cable. Connect the "+" conductor (marked with a stripe) to the red "+" terminal
of the appropriate loudspeaker and the "-" conductor to the black "-" terminal of the loudspeaker. Make certain to connect the right front output on the subwoofer to the right front speaker, center output to center speaker, etc. It is important to connect all speakers correctly, with plus wire to plus terminal and minus wire to minus terminal. Incorrect "out of phase" wiring will result in thin sound, weak bass and a poor stereo image.
Connect the supplied AM and FM antennas as shown for radio reception. Connect the AM loop antenna to the AM screw terminals. Connect the FM antenna to the 75 Ohm FM antenna socket.
AM loop antenna (included)
FM antenna (included)
Notes: To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop antenna away from the system and other components. Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna. After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it as horizontal as possible. Move it until you receive the best reception. If you have poor FM reception Use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not included) to connect the system to an outdoor FM antenna as shown below or to the radio antenna connector on the wall for the roof antenna on your house (if any).
Notes: If you connect the system to an outdoor antenna, ground it against lightning. To prevent a gas explosion, do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe.
Outdoor FM antenna
Ground wire (not included)
T V, A U D I O A N D P O W E R C O N N E C T I O N S AND SUB AUTO ON
Connecting the TV and optional components
TV Connection (method 1) - using SCART cable (cable included) To view the video from DVD discs on your TV set, connect the SCART TV Out jack of this system to the SCART In jack of your TV set. If this connection is made, the audio signal will also be routed to the TV, but as long as the speakers of your JBL DSC system are active, the volume on your TV should be turned down. the DSC100DVD unit in this manner, use the AUX Audio Input to carry the audio signal from your TV. Connecting more than one video signal output from the DSC100DVD unit will result in degradation of the video signal. Connecting VCR and Sat Decoder (method 3 and 4) Diagrams 3 and 4 show possible connection methods for common system configurations. These are intended as guidelines only. Due to differences in equipment specifications, the method of connection of your equipment may be different to that shown. Please consult the Owners Manual of your equipment for further guidance. CDR and some others.) the Audio Out jacks should be connected to the analog Record In jacks of the appropriate device. They can also be connected to any audio input on your TV, as shown in the diagrams, to listen to the sound of your DSC100DVD through the speakers of your TV only, when the amp in your subwoofer is turned off. As soon as the speakers of your JBL DSC system are active, the volume on your TV should be turned down.
4. When the desired station appears in the display (Example: FM 103.5 MHz) press MEMO on the remote control. The Memory indicator and P01 appear in the display indicating that you are ready to enter that station in preset memory #1.
5. Press MEMO on the remote control again to enter the station into memory. The Memory indicator and the preset station number disappear and the station is memorized.
Changing Preset Stations
6. To enter the next station in memory follow steps 2 and 3 to tune the desired station and press MEMO on the remote control. Then press either STA + or STA - on the remote control or the desired NUMBER button (how to select see the note To change any of the preset stations simply tune to the new station you wish to memorize and enter it in the preset memory number you wish to change. The new station will be memorized and the previous station will be erased.
P L AY I N G D I S C
Basic DISC Playback
IMPORTANT: Please note that some DVD movie discs may not have all the features described in this chapter. Refer to the instructions or notes included with each disc to determine what features and operations are available on that particular disc. When a disc is inserted the following will occur depending on the type of disc inserted. When playing a DVD, a DVD menu or title menu may appear on the TV screen (see page 20). When playing a VCD, CD or MP3 disc the player will go to stop mode. With CDs and MP3 discs the number of all tracks on the disc will be displayed on the front panel display and with MP3 discs the main root directory will appear on the TV screen. With VCDs the message "VCD STOP" will appear on the front display. Note While the disc is loading, the player will not respond to any commands. 5. While in the stop mode, press b/ B (PLAY/PAUSE) to begin playback. When playback begins, press ADJ/VOL +/- to adjust the volume to a confortable listening level. To shut off the speakers temporarily without stopping playback, press MUTE on the remote control. Press MUTE again to cancel mute and restore the sound. During playback press PLAY/PAUSE (b/ B) again to pause playback temporarily. Press once more to cancel pause mode and resume playback. 6. Press STOP (A) to stop playback. The DVD disc will then cease playing. If the Play/Pause button is pressed, the DVD disc will continue to play from the point at which Stop was pressed. Pressing STOP a second time exits the DVD completely. In program playback mode, press STOP (A) one time to stop playback. Press it again to clear program memory. (See page 22). 7. When the system is on, press STANDBY on the remote control to turn the system off. The LED on the front panel lights up red. In standby mode, press this button to turn ON the system. You can also turn the system on by pressing SOURCE on the main unit.
5. To cancel program play, press STOP (A) a second time. The Memory indicator on the front panel display will disappear. Notes The program sequence is also canceled when: - you open the disc tray. - you turn the power off.
2. Use the number keys (0~9 />10) to select track numbers in the order you want. If the track number is more than 10, use >10 and the number button. Example: Press >10 and then 5 to select track 15. 3. With each program entered the program number will count up and the corresponding track number selected will appear in the display.
S E L E C T I N G A S TA R T P O I N T
Selecting a start point by chapter or time code
TO SELECT A STARTING TIME (DVD AND VCD ONLY) You can search by inputting the time code. Note that with VCD "Total Elapsed" or "Total Remain" time must be selected with the Display button on the remote (see page 24). The time code corresponds to the approximate actual playing time. For example, to search for a scene 2 hours 30 minutes 20 seconds past the beginning, key in 02:30:20. 1. Press GO TO twice (with DVD) or once (with VCD) to enter time menu as shown here (with VCD only time will be shown, no title).
TITLE 02 / 05 TIME - - : - - : - -
Selecting a Track Using Number Buttons
You can select a track directly using the number (0~9 / >10) buttons In play or stop mode, press the number button to select the track you want. The system will go to the beginning of the selected track and start playing it. If the track number is more than 10, use the >10 button. The number will increase by 10 whenever you press >10 once. For example, you want to select the track number 25, press the >10 button twice, then press 5 button. Note This function is not available for DVD.
GO TO NUMBER BUTTONS
2. Use the number buttons (0~9 / >10) to input the desired time code. For example, key in 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. TO SELECT A STARTING TITLE/CHAPER (DVD ONLY) 1. Press GO TO. The following menu appears on the TV screen.
TITLE 02 / 05 CHAPTER 001 / 006 TITLE 02 / 05 TIME 01 : 23 : 45
3. Press ENTER to start playing (from the point of 01:23:45). This is not needed with VCDs, the player will skip to the time selected at once. 4. Press GO TO again to exit time menu screen. Notes If the title number, chapter number or time code you input does not exist on the disc, the menu will disappear. The menu will disappear within a few seconds, if you do not input a valid number.
2. Use a or b to select title number or chapter number.
TITLE 02 / 05 TITLE 02 / 05 CHAPTER CHAPTER 001 / / 006
Use the number buttons (0~9 / >10) to input the title or chapter number you want. 3. Press ENTER to play your selection. 4. Depending on the playback functions controlled by the disc (DVD), a disc menu may appear first, before any title/chapter is played. Then simply press ENTER (repeatedly) to exit all menus. The title/chapter selected will play.
C H E C K I N G D I S C I N F O R M AT I O N U S I N G D I S P L AY B U T T O N
You can check information about the disc, such as the total number of titles or chapters, tracks or time, using the Display function. The information you want appears on the TV screen and/or on the front panel display.
When playing a CD or VCD
1. Press DISPLAY for track number selected / total track number on disc and the single track elapsed time.
SINGLE ELAPSED 00 : 01 : 23 TRACK 001 / 160
When playing a DVD or VCD
1. Press DISPLAY once. Title number, chapter number and title elapsed time appear on-screen.
TITLE 02 / 05 CHAPTER 001 / : 34 : 56 TI : 02 / 05 CH : 001 / 006
2. Press Display repeatedly for single (track) remaining time, then total (disc) elapsed time and then total (disc) remaining time on-screen and on the front panel display (not with VCD). 3. Press DISPLAY again to exit information display. Note For CD, the following information about track and time appears on the front panel display.
2. Press DISPLAY again for title remaining time.
TITLE REMAIN 00 : 34 : 56 TI : 02 / 05 CH : 001 / 006
3. Press DISPLAY again for chapter elapsed time.
CHAPTER ELAPSED 00 : 01 : 23 TI : 02 / 05 CH : 001 / 006
4. Press DISPLAY again for chapter remaining time.
CHAPTER REMAIN 00 : 03 : 21 TI : 02 / 05 CH : 001 / 006
For MP3 discs, the following track number and time appear on the front panel display.
5. Press DISPLAY again to exit information display. Notes The above information does not appear on the front panel display. On certain DVDs, the title number, chapter number or time may not appear or you may not be able to change the display.
With VCD, track/time indication is not available on the front panel, only on-screen.
SETTINGS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Using the SETUP Menu and Navigation Buttons (D/ E/a / b)
The SETUP Menu contains a listing of all of the optional settings that are included in this home theater system. They have all been preset to work properly with most systems and setups. The speaker setup cannot be altered, as it has been preset to the correct positions for using the system with the 6 speakers included when you purchased this system. To check or change any settings, go to the SETUP Menu Main Page and select one of the 4 pages on the main page. During Stop or Play mode (not Pause), press SETUP on the remote control for the SETUP Menu Main Page. Use (D/E) to select one of the settings on the page. The options for the setting will appear in the right column. One of those options will already be selected. This is the factory default setting. Use ( G) to move to the right column, and then use (D/E) to scroll up or down to select a new setting. Press ENTER to make this the new default setting. If you want to change any other settings, use (F ) to move back to the left column and then use (D/E) to select the next item to be changed. If you are finished making changes, press SETUP again to exit the SETUP Menu. The menu page disappears.
Press (D/E) to select one of the four pages on the Main Page, then press ENTER to go to the selected page.
N OR M A L / PS N OR M A L / LB W ID E 16:9
Note: The Preferences Page cannot be selected while a disc is playing. If a disc is playing, press SETUP again to exit the SETUP Menu page and press STOP to stop playback. Then press SETUP again to re-enter the Main Page. The Preferences Page can now be selected.
SETUP MENU LISTING
Following is a listing of all of the possible options for each setting in this system as they appear on the menu pages. The factory default setting for each item is underlined. Before you decide to change any of the factory default settings, please review the specific explanation of each setting on the following pages to be sure you understand how the change will affect the operation of your system. SETUP MENU - - MAIN PAGE GENERAL SETUP SPEAKER SETUP DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP PREFERENCES -SCR SAVER -MAIN PAGE GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLAY.NORMAL/PS.NORMAL/LB.WIDE 16:9.MULTI.NTSC.PAL.S-VIDEO.RGB.ON.OFF.ENGLISH.FRENCH.ITALIAN.GERMAN.SPANISH.ON.OFF DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP -DUAL MONO.STEREO.L MONO.R MONO.MIX MONO -DYNAMIC.FULL.7/8.6/8.5/8.4/8.3/8.2/8.1/8.OFF -MAIN PAGE
-VIDEO OUT -ANGLE MARK -OSD LANG
SPEAKER SETUP PAGE -AUDIO MODE.STEREO.PRO LOGIC.5.1CH.LT/RT -MAIN PAGE
PREFERENCES PAGE -AUDIO.ENGLISH.FRENCH.ITALIAN.GERMAN.SPANISH -SUBTITLE.ENGLISH.FRENCH.ITALIAN.GERMAN.SPANISH.OFF -DISC MENU.ENGLISH.FRENCH.ITALIAN.GERMAN.SPANISH -PARENTAL.1 G.2.3 PG.4 PG13.5.6 PG-R.7 NC-17.8 ADULT.NO PARENTAL -PASSWORD.CHANGE -DEFAULTS.RESET -MAIN PAGE
Selecting the On Screen Display (OSD) Language
The first step in making any settings is to select your preferred language for the On Screen Display menus. We have preset the initial default On Screen Display (OSD) Language to English. If English is your preferred language, no adjustment is necessary and you can skip to the next section. To change the On Screen Display (OSD) Language to German, Italian, French or Spanish, follow these three steps: 2. Select OSD LANG using (D/E), then press b to go to the right option list. Select the desired language using (D/E), then press ENTER to confirm your selection.
Screen Saver Setting (SCR Saver)
TV Type Setting (Multi/NTSC/PAL)
Your TV is either a PAL or multisystem TV. The initial Default TV Type setting of this system is PAL. This setting will allow PAL discs to play properly on both PAL TV's and multi-system TV's. And with this setting, NTSC discs will also be played properly, as the unit will convert NTSC signals to the PAL60 format which is compatible with most PAL TVs and all multi TV types. Only old PAL TVs are not compatible with PAL60 and cannot be used with NTSC discs (no matter which setting is made). No further adjustment is necessary. You can skip to the next section. If you use a multi-system TV and want to see NTSC discs in the original NTSC format (may improve the video performance with some NTSC discs), MULTI should be selected.
Notes: Some widescreen discs that do not permit Pan & Scan mode playback are automatically played in Letterbox mode.
Video Output Setting
The initial default Video Output Mode setting for this system is "S-VIDEO" which is the correct setting when you are connecting this system to your TV using either the Video Out jack, the SVideo output socket or the SCART connector. There is no need to change the video output mode setting. A composite video signal is always available at the Video Out jack, should you wish to use this as your preferred connection method. If you wish to choose an RGB signal as your video output, this is available via the SCART socket only and is selected by accessing the VIDEO OUT options in the menu. If you choose this option you will not be able to see a video signal, or menus, when connecting to the S-Video output. The VIDEO OUT option must be reset to S-VIDEO, in the menu, using the SCART connection before this option becomes available. The 3 steps below indicate how to select a different video output setting. They are for information only. Your system has been preset to the S-VIDEO setting and it must remain in the S-VIDEO setting in order to view the picture on your TV. 1. Press SETUP to enter SETUP MENU. Use (D/E) to select GENERAL SETUP (see page 27), and then press ENTER. 2. Select VIDEO OUT using (D/E), then press b to go to the right option list. Select S-Video or RGB using (D/E), then press ENTER to confirm your selection.
Angle Mark Setting
Path: Main Page General Page Angle Mark
ON OFF S-VIDEO R GB
3. Press SETUP again to exit SETUP MENU.
Some DVD movies contain scenes which were filmed from multiple angles simultaneously. If the scene you are watching was shot from multiple angles, the angle icon will appear on the screen. You may then press the angle button on the remote to select the alternate angles. The default Angle Mark setting is 'On'. If you change the setting to 'Off' the angle icon will not appear, even if the scene was shot from multiple angles. ON: screen. OFF: appears on the TV does not appear. Angle mark is off
Angle mark is on
Note: You can change the angles using ANGLE. For details, see page 34.
Audio Mode Setting
Path: Main Page Speaker Set Up Page Audio Mode
STE R EO PR O LOG IC 5.1 C H LT / R T
SE T A U D IO M O D E
The Audio Mode switches automatically to the type of audio on the disc you are playing. If you play a DVD with either Dolby Digital or DTS audio, the "5.1" mode is selected automatically and sound is heard from all 5 satellites and the subwoofer. If you play a DVD with a stereo soundtrack (PCM only, not Dolby Digital 2.0), a VCD or an audio CD, the "Pro Logic" mode is selected automatically as default setting.
Notes: With all discs containing no Dolby Digital or DTS audio the default listening mode will be stereo, as indicated in the front display (no Pro Logic indicator is on), and the sound will only be heard from the left and right front speakers and the subwoofer. The center and rear speakers will have output only when a Pro Logic listening mode is selected with the LISTENING button on the remote. Important This Audio Mode page is for indication of the audio mode switch only, no settings must be made manually, otherwise the sound from the speakers of the system may become distorted or the surround effect be destroyed.
Front Left (Included)
Front Right (Included) Subwoofer (Included)
Surround Left (Included)
Surround Right (Included)
Recommended Speaker Placement Speaker placement like above or similar is recommended when using the 5 satellites and subwoofer which were included with your system.
D O L B Y D I G I TA L A N D P R E F E R E N C E S S E T U P
DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP Dual Mono Setting
Path: Main Page Dolby Digital Setup Dual Mono
--DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP-DUAL MONO
Dynamic Range Setting
Path: Main PageDolby Digital SetupDynamic
PREFERENCES SETUP Selecting the Language for Audio
Note You cannot enter the Preferences Page during playback. You must stop playback before setting the preferences. Path: Main PagePreferences PageAudio Selects the preferred language for dialog as default. ENGLISH SPANISH FRENCH ITALIAN GERMAN
STEREO LEFT MONO RIGHT MONO MIXED MONO
MAIN PAGE DUA MONO(1+1)SETUP
Default Setting: FULL In some listening situations, it may be inconvenient to allow the sound to become very loud, such as late at night. The Dolby Digital Setup menu offers the facility to compress the dynamic range of the soundtrack so that the loudest sounds become quieter, while the low-level detail and content of quiet passages is retained. Select dynamic range compression to fit your individual listening situation. The variable range is from FULL, 7/8 to 1/8, or OFF. OFF: Audio with uncompressed dynamic range. 7/8~1/8: Audio with partially compressed dynamic range. FULL: Audio with fully compressed dynamic range. Note The Dual Mono and Dynamic Range settings can only be used with Dolby Digital programs.
Default Setting: STEREO Some (rare) Dolby Digital DVDs may be recorded with Dual Mono program, i.e. different programs on left and right front channels. With them the following options can be selected in the Dolby Digital Setup menu: STEREO: Reproduces both channels as stereo. LEFT MONO: Reproduces left channel in front left and right speakers. RIGHT MONO: Reproduces right channel in front left and right speakers. MIXED MONO: Reproduces both channels mixed together.
EN GLISH SPA N ISH FRE NC H ITA LIA N GE RM AN
Notes: When you select a preferred language (English is the default) that is not recorded on the DVD, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected. You can select any language recorded on the disc by pressing LANGUAGE when playing a DVD (see page 34).
Selecting the Language for Subtitles
Path: Main PagePreferences PageSubtitle Selects the preferred language for subtitles as default. ENGLISH SPANISH FRENCH ITALIAN GERMAN OFF
Playback of some DVD discs can be limited depending on the age of the users. The parental control function in this system allows restricted access to be set by the parent. The default setting is NO-PARENTAL. Movie ratings, if any, are as follows (see also menu above):
Notes: When you select a preferred language (English is the default) that is not recorded on the disc, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected.
EN GLISH SPA N ISH FRE NC H ITA LIA N GE RM AN OFF
G PG PG13
On many DVDs only one language for the disc menu is recorded.
Setting the Parental Control Level
Path: Main Page Preferences Page Parental
= General audiences, all ages admitted = Parental Guidance suggested = Parents strongly cautioned, inappropriate for children under 13 = Parental Guidance Restricted, under 17 requires accompanying parent = No one 17 and under admitted.
Notes: When you select a preferred language (English is the default) that is not recorded on the DVD, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected. You can select any subtitle language recorded on the disc by pressing SUBTITLE when playing a DVD. See page 34.
Notes: The lower the level is set, the stricter the limitation. If the parental control level of the DVD is higher than the setting level, the PARENTAL VIOLATION message will be shown on the TV screen, and the system will refuse to play the disc. To change the parental control level, a correct 4 digit password must be entered on the remote control.The original default password is 3308. Keep this owners manual safe so children cannot change the parental control. Currently, European DVDs do not use the parental control function. They can be played, no matter what setting is selected.
SURROUND OFF (STEREO)
Available Listening Modes and Defaults Source Stereo DVD/CD Dolby Digital CD/MP3 VCD Tuner/AUX TV Default Option Default Option
Dolby Pro Logic Option Option Default Option Default
5.1 Ch Default
Stereo Downmixed Option
Using The Sleep Timer
You can set the system to turn off automatically at a specified time.
The JBL DSC100DVD is rare among DVD players in that it is able to playback discs recorded with MP3 files. This means that you may enjoy the latest music using discs created in your computer through the high quality audio components in your home theater system. As the way that MP3 files are recorded on discs differs from the way conventional CD audio discs are structured, MP3 playback is somewhat different from standard CDs. Important Note on MP3 Playback MP3 discs may contain 200 tracks or even more. For the best overview of all the titles on the disc and for convenient track selection, use the on-screen-display rather than the front panel display. The front panel display will only show the number and elapsed time of the track being played. MP3 Disc Playback After an MP3 disc was entered and the tray closed, the JBL DSC100DVD will read the table of content (TOC) and then show the total number of titles on the disc and "STOP" on the front panel display. At the same time, a listing of all the directories appear on the screen (if the disc contains several directories), see figure 1 below. With discs without directories, a listing of up to 12 tracks on the disc will appear on the screen as shown in fig. 2 below, showing the names (ID tags) of all tracks currently listed.
PAGE 01 / 01
--MP3 TRACK ROOT-PAGE 01 / 03
SASHOOOA SMASHIN2 SMASHIN4 SMASHMOU SNEAKERP SOUNDTRA
SISCOOO SMASHIN3 SMASHING SMASHOMO SONIQUEO STEALMYS
Figure 2. To select a track, press the D/E/a/b arrow buttons until the desired track name is highlighted (possible in stop mode only). You must scroll through the list to see additional titles. If you know the number of the title you wish to play, you can select the title directly by entering its number with the numeric buttons on the remote (possible in play mode, too). With discs with several directories, first select the appropriate directory and then enter the corresponding title list by pressing ENTER (in stop mode only). To start the track selected on the list press ENTER, in Stop mode you also can press PLAY. During MP3 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 X button. You may skip back to the previous track on the disc by pressing the W button. Press the PAUSE button to momentarily stop playback. Press PLAY to resume play. Note that the Search Forward/ Reverse buttons V/U will have no function with MP3 playback.
1. Press SLEEP while the power is on. Each time you press SLEEP, the time changes as shown below.
120 (minutes) (OFF) 120. When you have specified the time, the Sleep indicator lights on the front panel display. 2. If you want to reset the time, you can press SLEEP again to change it. 3. You can check the time remaining before the system turns off. Press SLEEP, the remaining time appears on the front panel display for a few seconds.
+ ROOT +2
NOTES ON MP3 PLAYBACK During MP3 playback, the front panel display and the time indicator on the screen on top of the list will show the number and the elapsed time of the track being played (on the screen only when selected with the DISPLAY button). Other time display options are not available with MP3 playback. The JBL DSC100DVD is only compatible with standard MP3encoded discs. Other compressed audio formats used for Internet audio downloads will not play on the JBL DSC100DVD. Due to the differences in various versions of the MP3 format, and the many differences between the CD-R machines used to record MP3 discs on a computer, it is possible that some MP3 discs may not play on the JBL DSC100DVD, even though they will work on a computer. This is normal and does not indicate a fault in the unit. When a multisession disc with both standard CD audio and MP3 content is in use, the JBL DSC100DVD will play only the CD audio sections of the disc. When an MP3 disc with multiple directories is played, you can select the desired directory and see its title list as described above. Return to the directory list menu from the title list by pressing RETURN (in stop mode only). Programming tracks is not possible with MP3 discs.
Adjusting The Individual Speaker Volume (without Test Tone) And Treble Controls
Note: All bass sounds are directed to the subwoofer only. You cannot adjust the bass level of the 5 compact satellite speakers, only that of the Subwoofer. These 5 satellite speakers are designed to reproduce the mid and high frequency (treble) sounds only. To increase or decrease the treble level of the satellite speakers, press the SELECT button on the remote control. "TRE : 00 db" will appear on the front panel display. Immediately press the VOL ADJ +/buttons to increase or decrease the treble level of all 5 satellites simultaneously. The adjustment range is plus or minus 10db in 2db steps. Note: You must make the adjustment while the treble level appears in the display. If the treble level indicator disappears, the setting will not be changed. When you change the setting, the new setting becomes the default setting until you change it again. To raise or lower the master volume press the VOL ADJ +/- button on the remote control after the treble level indicator has disappeared. The level of all 6 speakers will be increased or decreased together. To raise or lower the volume of one or more speakers individually, insert a DVD movie disc with a Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1 channel soundtrack and begin playback. Then press the SELECT button on the remote control to select the 6 speakers in the following sequence: TREBLE LEVEL FRONT LEFT CENTER FRONT RIGHT SURROUND RIGHT SURROUND LEFT SUBWOOFER TREBLE LEVEL etc When the desired speaker level appears on the TV screen and front panel display, immediately press the VOL ADJ +/- buttons to raise or lower the level of that particular speaker. The adjustment range is plus or minus 10db in 1db steps. You must adjust the setting while the speaker level appears on the screen. If the speaker level indicator disappears, the setting will not be changed. Note: If the video disc you are playing has a stereo soundtrack or you are playing an audio CD, you will only see the level indicators for the left and right front speakers and the subwoofer. You will not be able to adjust the volume level of the center speaker or the two rear speakers.
Bit rate Value indicating the amount of video data compressed in a DVD per second. The unit is Mbps (megabit per second). 1 Mbps indicates that the data per second is 1,000,000 bits. The higher the bit rate, the larger the amount of data. However, this does not always mean higher quality pictures. Chapter Sections of a picture or a music piece on a DVD that are smaller than titles. Many titles are composed of several chapters, but many others are not. Each chapter is assigned a chapter number enabling you to locate the chapter you want. Dolby Digital (5.1, AC-3) This sound format for movie theaters is more advanced than Dolby Pro Logic Surround. In this format, the rear speakers output stereo sound with an expanded frequency range and a subwoofer channel for deep bass is independently provided. This format is also called 5.1 because the subwoofer channel is counted as 0.1 channel (since it functions only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six channels in this format are recorded separately for superior channel separation. Furthermore, since all the signals are processed digitally, less signal degradation occurs. The name AC-3 comes from the fact that it is the third audio coding method to be developed by the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "AC-3", "Pro Logic" and the Double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 1992.1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. Dolby Pro Logic Surround This is a method of decoding surround recordings that produces four channels from two-channel sound. Compared with the former Dolby Surround system, Dolby Pro Logic Surround reproduces left-toright panning more naturally and localizes sounds more precisely. To take full advantage of Dolby Pro Logic Surround, you should have a pair of rear speakers and a center speaker. The rear speakers output monaural sound. DTS Digital audio compression technology developed by Digital Theater Systems, Inc. This technology conforms to 5.1-channel surround. The rear channels are stereo and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in this format. DTS provides 5.1 discrete channels of high quality digital audio. Good channel separation is realized, because all channels are recorded discretely and processed digitally. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. 1996 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. MPEG AUDIO International standard coding system to compress audio digital signals authorized by ISO/IEC. MPEG 1 conforms to up to 2-channel stereo, used on some DVDs as alternate (other language) track. DVD A disc that contains up to 8 hours of moving pictures even though its diameter is the same as a CD. The data capacity of a single-layer and single-sided DVD, at 4.7 GB (Giga Byte), is 7 times that of a CD. Furthermore, the data capacity of a dual-layer and single-sided DVD is 8.5 GB, a single-layer and double-sided DVD 9.4 GB, and a dual-layer and double-sided DVD 17 GB. The picture data uses the MPEG 2 format, one of the worldwide standards of digital compression technology. The picture data is compressed to about 1/40 of its original size. The DVD also uses the variable rate coding technology that changes the data to be allocated according to the status of the picture. The audio data is recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS and/or PCM, allowing you to enjoy more natural audio presence. Furthermore, various advanced functions such as multiangle, multilingual, and subtitles may be provided with the DVD. Multi-angle function Various angles or viewpoints of the video camera for a scene are recorded on some DVDs. Multilingual function Several languages for the sound or subtitles in a picture are recorded on some DVDs. Parental Control A function of some (particulary US) DVDs to limit playback of the disc by the age of the users. The limitation varies from disc to disc. When it is activated, playback is completely prohibited, violent scenes are skipped or replaced with other scenes and so on. Title The longest sections of a picture or a music piece on a DVD; a movie, etc., for a picture piece on video software; or an album, etc., for a music piece on an audio software. Each title is assigned a title number enabling you to locate the title you want. Track Sections of a music piece on a CD. Each track is assigned a track number enabling you to locate the track you want. PCM Pulse code modulation, an uncompressed data formation. NTSC National TV Systems Committee: a video standard used in USA. PAL Phase Alternation Line: a video standard used in many European countries.
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