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|mcrab19pd||8:16pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|this palm is awsome. you have never saw anything like this. there is nothing bad about it very dependable, great for travel, very bright screen none really a small speaker would have been nice|
|nicolasbock||8:09pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|Very dim, unreadable screen The screen on the m505 is so dim it is almost impossible to read anything on it. Thankfully.|
|meraman||7:38pm on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|Handy Palm Pilot I find the PalmOne m505 to be a convenient PDA. |
This handheld is great for storing phone numbers and appointments.
In addition. Screen not bright The unit appeared to work fine but the screen just is not bright enough to do any work with.
|comtelfones||7:10am on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
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|johnjmclaughlin||3:07pm on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|Color screen Bad color screen, badly backlit and hard to read ; useless features ; bad design ; pricey Durable, easy expansion, color screen None|
|forbesg||7:28am on Saturday, March 20th, 2010|
|Processor stinks. Its not made for gaming or movies or videos at all. The screen does not have even backlighting. Processor stinks. Its not made for gaming or movies or videos at all. The screen does not have even backlighting.|
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Notes on handling
7 Important cautions
Installation of the system Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold; between 5C and 35C (41F and 95F). Leave sufficient distance between the system and the TV. Do not use the system in a place subject to vibration. Power cord Do not handle the power cord with wet hands! A small amount of power is always consumed while the power cord is connected to the wall outlet (center unit only). When unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet, always pull on the plug, not the power cord. To prevent malfunctions of the system There are no user-serviceable parts inside. If anything goes wrong, unplug the power cord and consult your dealer. Do not insert any metallic object into the system. Do not use any non-standard shape disc (like a heart, flower or credit card, etc.) available on the market, because it may damage the system. Do not use a disc with tape, stickers, or paste on it, because it may damage the system.
7 Safety precautions
Avoid moisture, water and dust Do not place the system in moist or dusty places. Avoid high temperatures Do not expose the system to direct sunlight and do not place it near a heating device. When you are away When away on travel or for other reasons for an extended period of time, disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. Do not block the vents Blocking the vents may damage the system. Care of the cabinet When cleaning the system, use a soft cloth and follow the relevant instructions on the use of chemically-coated cloths. Do not use benzene, thinner or other organic solvents including disinfectants. These may cause deformation or discoloring. If water gets inside the system Turn the system off and disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet, then call the store where you made your purchase. Using the system in this condition may cause fire or electrical shock.
Check to be sure you have all of the supplied accessories. The number in parentheses is the quantity of the pieces supplied. If anything is missing, contact your dealer immediately. Remote control (1) Batteries (2) FM antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) Power cord (1) System cord (1) Composite video cord (1) Speaker cords (TH-M606/TH-M603/TH-M505 only) For satellite (front left/right) and center speakers (3) For satellite speakers (surround left/right) (2) Screws (TH-M606/TH-M603 only) M5 x 25 mm (1 inch): For satellite speakers (8)
Note about copyright laws Check the copyright laws in your country before recording from the discs. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws. Note about copyguard system The discs are protected by copyguard system. When you connect the system to your VCR directly, the copyguard system activates and the picture may not be played back correctly.
If your TV supports progressive video input, you can enjoy a high quality picture by setting the progressive scan mode to active. (A pg. 20) If the component video input jacks of your TV are of the BNC type, use a plug adapter (not supplied) to convert the pin plugs to BNC plugs. The component video signals can be output only when you select DVD as the source to play. (A pg. 19)
7 To connect a TV equipped with the composite or Svideo jacks
Center unit Composite video cord (supplied) or S-video cord (not supplied) Align the 5 marks. To S-video input To composite video input
For TH-M606/TH-M603 only:
Do not lean against the satellite speakers, as the speakers could fall down or break, possibly causing injury. Especially be careful not to let children lean against them.
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Connecting the powered subwoofer
Center unit System cord (supplied) Powered subwoofer
Connecting to a digital component
You can enjoy the sound of a digital component.
Align the 5 marks.
or DBS* tuner MD recorder Align the 5 marks. To digital optical output
Digital optical cord (not supplied)
The way of connecting the system cord varies depending on the type of the powered subwoofer.
* DBS = Direct Broadcasting Satellite NOTE
Only digital audio signals can be input when selecting DBS as the source to play. (A pg. 19) When connecting a video component such as a DBS tuner, operate this system to listen to the sound.
Connecting to an analog component
You can enjoy the sound of an analog component.
Connecting the power cord
Make sure that all other connections have been completed.
Center unit Powered subwoofer
S-video cord (not supplied) or Composite video cord (not supplied)
RCA pin plug cord (not supplied)
Power cord (supplied)
VCR (A C or B C) TV (C) Cassette recorder (C)
Plug into AC outlets.
A To composite video output B To S-video output C To audio output NOTE
The signals input to the VIDEO jack of the VCR IN jacks will be output only from the VIDEO jack of the VIDEO OUT jacks, not from the S-VIDEO jack of the VIDEO OUT jacks.
Disconnect the power cord before cleaning or moving the system. Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the cord. When unplugging the cord, always grasp and pull the plug so as not to damage the cord.
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Operating external components with the remote control
The buttons described below are used on pages 16 and 17.
4 Press number buttons (1-9, 0) to enter
the manufacturers code (2 digits).
Examples: For a Hitachi TV: Press 1, then 0. For a Toshiba TV: Press 0, then 8.
Manufacturer JVC Hitachi Magnavox Code 04, Manufacturer Samsung Sharp Sony Toshiba Zenith Code 09
Remote control mode selector (play button)
Mitsubishi Panasonic RCA
5 Release F TV.
If there is more than one code listed for corresponding brand, try each one until you enter the correct one.
Aim the remote control at the TV.
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control to operate a TV; Set the remote control mode selector to TV. The following buttons are available: F TV: Turns TV on and off. TV VOL +/: Adjusts the volume. TV/VIDEO: Selects the input mode (either TV or VIDEO). CHANNEL +/: Changes the channels. 1-10, 0, +10 (100+): Selects the channel. TV RETURN: Alternates between the previously selected channel and the current channel.
Manufacturers codes are subject to change without notice. Set the codes again after replacing the batteries of the remote control.
Operating the TV
7 To set the manufacturers code
You can operate a JVC TV without setting the manufacturers code.
Operating the DBS tuner or CATV converter
1 Slide the remote control mode selector
2 Press and hold F TV.
Keep the button pressed until step 4 is finished.
3 Press ENTER.
2 Press DBS. 3 Press and hold F VCR/DBS.
7 Using x/4 buttons
7 For DVD VIDEO (chapter): During playback For VCD/SVCD (track): During playback without PBC function For DVD AUDIO/CD/MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 (track/file): During playback or while stopped
This function works in the same title. This feature may not work for some discs.
Press x or 4 repeatedly.
When playing back an MP3/JPEG disc, you can make operations using the file control display. (A pg. 30) This feature may not work for some discs.
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7 Using number buttons on the remote control
7 For DVD VIDEO (title, chapter): While stopped, the title number is selected. During playback, the chapter number is selected. For DVD AUDIO (track): During playback or while stopped For VCD/SVCD (track): During playback without PBC function For CD/MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 (track/file): During playback or while stopped
Playing back a bonus group
Some DVD AUDIOs have a special group called bonus group whose contents are not open to the public. The bonus group is always assigned to the last group of a disc. To play back a bonus group, you have to enter the specific key number (a password). The way of getting the key number depends on the disc. After getting the key number, you can play back the bonus group by following the procedure below. 7 While the BONUS indicator lights up on the display window
Press number buttons (0-10, +10) to select the desired number.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons below.
1 Select the bonus group.
For selecting the group, see Locating a desired title/group using number buttons described above. The key number entry indication appears. On the TV
How to use the number buttons
To select 3: To select 14: To select 24: To select 40: Press 3. Press +10, then 4. Press +10 twice, then 4. Press +10 three times, then 10. Or press +10 four times, then 0.
On the display window
Locating a desired title/ group using number buttons
7 During playback or while stopped
2 Press number buttons (0-9) to enter the
key number, then press ENTER.
When you enter the correct key number, playback starts and the BONUS indicator goes off. If you enter the wrong number, reenter the correct number. To clear the key number entry Perform whichever one of the following: Press 7. Open the disc tray. Turn off the system. NOTE
In Random Playback, tracks in the bonus group are not played back.
1 Press TITLE/
_ _ or _ is shown in the title/group display area in the display window. Example: During DVD VIDEO playback
2 While the display window shows _ _
or _, use number buttons (0-10, +10) to enter the desired title or group number.
The system starts playback from the first chapter/track/file of the selected title/group. For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons above. NOTE
This feature may not work for some discs.
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Using the surround mode
7 Auto Surround (AUTO SURR)
Used to reproduce the sound as it is recorded without any conversion (downmixing or simulation, etc.). For example, a multichannel source is automatically reproduced in multichannel audio.
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; 1 Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. 2 Press DVD. There are exceptions in the operation mentioned above. In such a case, follow each instruction.
The buttons described below are used on pages 26 to 37.
7 Dolby Surround
Dolby Pro Logic II*1 Dolby Pro Logic II has a newly developed multichannel playback format to decode all 2 channel sources stereo source and Dolby Surround encoded source into a 5.1 channel. Dolby Pro Logic II has two modes Movie mode and Music mode:
Pro Logic II Movie (PL II MOVIE)
Suitable for reproduction of Dolby Surround encoded sources bearing the mark.
Pro Logic II Music (PL II MUSIC)
Suitable for reproduction of any 2 channel stereo music sources.
Dolby Digital*1 Used to reproduce multichannel soundtracks of the software encoded with Dolby Digital ( ).
7 DTS Digital Surround*2
Used to reproduce multichannel soundtracks of the software encoded with DTS Digital Surround ( ). DTS Digital Surround (DTS) is another discrete multichannel digital audio format available on CD and DVD software.
Available Surround modes for each input signal The B marks show available surround modes.
Dolby Digital (Multichannel) Dolby Digital (2 channel) DTS Digital Surround (Multichannel) DTS Digital Surround (2 channel) Analog (VCR) or Linear/Packed PCM (2 channel) Surround off SURR OFF Auto Surround AUTO SURR Dolby Surround PL II PL II MOVIE*3 MUSIC*3 Dolby Digital DTS Digital Surround DTS Linear PCM LPCM Packed PCM PPCM
DSP ALL CH ST.*3
B B B
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, MLP Lossless, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. You can select these modes by pressing SURROUND. (A pg. 27)
When FM or AM is selected as the source, you cannot select any surround mode. Note that the surround mode takes no effect on MPEG4 playback. For a down-mixing prohibited DVD AUDIO disc, the system continues to output multi-channel signals with MULTI CH shown on the display window even if the surround mode is turned off during playback. On the other hand, the system outputs only the front left and front right channel signals with LR ONLY shown on the display window when you start playback with the surround mode having been set to SURR OFF.
Using the on-screen bar
You can check disc information and you can use some functions using the on-screen bar.
Showing the on-screen bar
7 Whenever a disc is loaded
Selecting the surround mode
The system is set up to automatically select the optimal surround mode for input signal from digital multichannel software. When playing back 2 channel source, you can select the desired surround mode manually. IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO.
Press ON SCREEN.
Each time you press the button, the on-screen bar changes as follows on the TV screen. Example: During DVD VIDEO playback
OFF (The on-screen bar disappears) (back to the beginning)
The currently selected item shows green.
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7 Contents of the on-screen bar during playback
G Shows playback status. : appears during playback. / : appears during fast forward/reverse. / : appears during playback in forward slow-motion/ reverse slow-motion. : appears when paused. : appears when stopped. H Select this to change time information (F). See Changing the time information below. I Select this for Repeat Playback. (A pg. 35) J Select this for time search function. (A pg. 30) K Select this for chapter (for DVD VIDEO) or track (for DVD AUDIO) search function. (A pg. 29) L Select this to change audio language, channel, or stream. (A pg. 32) M Select this to change subtitle language. (A pg. 31) N Select this to change view angle. (A pg. 31) O Select this to change the page. (A pg. 33) P Shows Playback Mode status. PROGRAM: appears during Program Playback. (A pg. 34) RANDOM: appears during Random Playback. (A pg. 35) Q Shows Repeat Mode status. (A pg. 35)
Changing the time information
CD You can change the time information in the on-screen bar on the TV screen and the display window of the center unit. 7 During playback
1 Press ON SCREEN twice.
The on-screen bar appears on the TV screen. MPEG4*
2 Press Cursor 3/2 to highlight. 3 Press ENTER repeatedly to select the
Example: When elapsed playing time of disc is selected. TIME: REM: TOTAL: T. REM: Elapsed playing time of current chapter/track Remaining time of current chapter/track Elapsed time of disc Remaining time of disc
* H O are not available. A B C D Shows disc type. Shows current transfer rate (Megabits per second). Shows disc number. Shows current title (for DVD VIDEO) or group (for DVD AUDIO) number. E Shows current chapter number (for DVD VIDEO) or track number (for other type of discs). F Shows time information. See Changing the time information below.
4 Press ON SCREEN.
The on-screen bar disappears.
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Playing from a specified position on a disc
You can start playing a title, chapter or track you specify. You can also play a disc from specified time.
2 Press number buttons (1-10, +10) to
select the number of the desired item.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 25). To return to the menu Press RETURN. When NEXT or PREVIOUS is shown on the TV screen: To go to the next page, press x. To return to the previous page, press 4. NOTE
If you want to play a PBC-compatible VCD/SVCD without using the PBC function, perform any of the following: Start playback by pressing number buttons while stopped. Press x repeatedly until the desired track number is displayed, then start playback by pressing 3 (play button). The track number appears on the display window instead of PBC. To activate the PBC function when playing a PBC-compatible VCD/ SVCD without using the PBC function, perform any of the following: Press TOP MENU or MENU. Press 7 twice to stop playback, then press 3 (play button).
Locating a desired scene from the DVD menu
DVD VIDEOs generally have their own menus which show disc contents and you can display them on the TV screen. You can locate a desired scene by using these menus. 7 Whenever a DVD VIDEO is loaded
1 Press TOP MENU or MENU.
The menu appears on the TV screen.
Normally, a DVD VIDEO which contains more than one title will have a top menu which lists the titles. Press TOP MENU to show the title menu. Some DVD VIDEO may also have a different menu which is shown by pressing MENU. See the instructions for each DVD VIDEO regarding its particular menu.
Changing the VFP setting
The VFP (Video Fine Processor) function enables you to adjust the picture character according to the type of programming, picture tone or personal preference. 7 During playback
Press PAGE repeatedly to select a desired still picture.
1 Press VFP.
The current VFP settings appear on the TV screen. Example:
4 Press Cursor 5/Y to select the desired
2 Press Cursor 3/2 repeatedly to select
the VFP mode.
NORMAL: Normally select this. CINEMA: Suitable for movies. When you select NORMAL or CINEMA, press VFP to complete the setting. USER 1 and USER 2: You can adjust parameters that affect picture appearance. Only when selecting USER 1 or USER 2 in step 2, proceed to perform the following operation;
7 During playback or while paused
1 Press ZOOM.
Each time you press ZOOM, scene magnification changes.
2 While zoomed in, press Cursor 3/2/Y/
5 to move zoom-in area.
To return to normal playback Press ZOOM repeatedly to select ZOOM OFF.
3 Press Cursor Y/5 repeatedly to select
a parameter you want to adjust.
Adjust gradually and confirm picture appearance results are as preferred. GAMMA: Controls brightness of neutral tints while maintaining brightness of dark and bright portions. BRIGHTNESS: Controls screen brightness. CONTRAST: Controls screen contrast. SATURATION: Controls screen color depth. TINT: Controls screen tint. SHARPNESS: Controls screen sharpness.
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2 Follow the instructions that appears on
the TV screen to program the desired chapters/ tracks.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 25). The contents numbers that you have to specify for programming varies depending on the disc type:
5 Press Cursor Y/5 to change the
6 Press ENTER.
The current VFP settings appear again.
7 Repeat steps 3 to 6 to adjust other
DVD VIDEO: Titles and chapters VCD, SVCD, CD: Tracks DVD AUDIO, MP3, WMA: Groups and tracks
8 Press VFP.
Although the setting display disappears in the middle of the procedure, the setting at that time will be stored.
7 While stopped
Before you program the tracks in bonus group on a DVD AUDIO, perform the procedure of Playing back a bonus group (A pg. 25) to turn off the BONUS indicator on the display window. You can specify the chapters/tracks whose number is up to 99. There may be a case that the group or title number can be entered even for discs that contain no groups or titles. In such a case, press ENTER to proceed to the Track/Chapter column. When you press ENTER instead of the number buttons in the Track/Chapter column, ALL appears and all the tracks or chapters on the selected group or title are programmed as a step. To clear the programs one by one from the last entered number Press CANCEL repeatedly. To clear all programs Press 7. You can also clear the program by turning off the system.
When the Program mode is active with a DVD AUDIO, VCD, SVCD, or CD, the Repeat mode changes in the same manner. Note that, however, in the mode the system repeats all the programmed tracks, instead of all tracks on the disc. For DVD VIDEO and DVD AUDIO, REPEAT ALL and REPEAT DISC may not be available depending on the disc.
When using the on-screen bar (except for MP3/ WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 disc):
1 : 31 : 01
Repeat mode indicator
Each time you press REPEAT, the Repeat mode changes.
the Repeat mode.
The on-screen bar disappears. To cancel Repeat Playback Select OFF in step 4.
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Repeating a desired part [A-B Repeat]
You can repeat playback of a desired part by specifying the beginning (point A) and ending (point B). 7 During playback
You can lock trays and prohibit the unwanted disc ejection. On the center unit ONLY: While the system is turned off
Press and hold
The system turns on and LOCKED appears on the display window. If you try to eject discs, LOCKED appears to indicate that trays are locked.
5 Press ENTER at the beginning of the
part you want to repeat (point A).
To cancel Carry out the same operation again. The system turns on and UNLOCKED appears on the display window.
6 Press ENTER at the end of the part you
want to repeat (point B).
A-B Repeat Playback starts.
7 Press ON SCREEN.
The on-screen bar disappears. To cancel Select OFF in step 4, then press ENTER. NOTE
When playing back a DVD VIDEO, A-B Repeat Playback is possible only within the same title. A-B cannot be selected during Program and Random Playback.
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Sound and other settings
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. NOTE Before you start operation;
There is a time limit when doing the following steps. If the setting is cancelled before you finish, start from step 1 again.
M. OUT (Monitor Out): Select the video output jack type by which you watch DVD playback after connecting your TV. (A pg. 14) Set the video output to use AV COMPU LINK remote control system. (A pg. 44) VIDEO: To watch DVD playback via the VIDEO jack. S: To watch DVD playback via the S-VIDEO jack. COMPNT (component): To watch DVD playback via the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. DiscIll (For TH-M606/TH-M603/TH-M505/TH-M501): When you select DVD as the source and leave the system in stop mode for 5 minutes, the disc lamps starts illuminating.
When you play a multichannel Dolby Digital source with the surround mode is off, the setting of D. RANGE COMPRESSION is set to ON automatically.
Select this when the aspect ratio of your TV is 4:3 (conventional TV). While viewing a wide screen picture, the black bars do not appear, however, the left and right edges of the pictures will not be shown on the screen.
Ex.: 4:3 LB
Ex.: 4:3 PS
: Speaker setting menu (SPK. SETTING)
7 Level menu (LEVEL)
CENTER SPEAKER/SURROUND RIGHT SPEAKER/ SURROUND LEFT SPEAKER/SUBWOOFER While monitoring the test tone, adjust the center and surround speakers volume as much as that of the front speakers. TEST TONE*
Outputs the test tone.
Even if 4:3 PS is selected, the screen size may become 4:3 LB with some DVDs. This depends on how DVDs are recorded.
7 PICTURE SOURCE
When you set the scan mode to PROGRESSIVE (A pg. 20), you can obtain optimal picture quality by selecting whether the content on the disc is processed by field (video source) or by frame (film source). Normally set to AUTO.
Returns to the SPK. SETTING menu.
Used to play a disc containing both video and film source materials. This system recognizes the source type (video or film) of the current disc according to the disc information. If the playback picture is unclear or noisy, or the oblique lines of the picture are rough, try to change to other modes.
* The test tone comes out of all of the activated speakers in the following sequence:
s Front left speaker s Center speaker s Front right speaker s Surround right speaker s Surround left speaker s (back to the beginning)
Suitable for playing back a film source disc.
Before you turn on the test tone, be sure to select AUTO SURR as the surround mode. (A pg. 26)
Suitable for playing back a video source disc.
7 SCREEN SAVER (A pg. 24)
You can activate or deactivate Screen Saver function.
7 FILE TYPE
When several types of files are recorded on a disc, you can select which files to play. If you have changed FILE TYPE setting, be sure to turn the power off, then turn the power on to enable the new setting.
Select this to play MP3/WMA files.
Select this to play JPEG files.
Select this to play MPEG4 files.
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7 Distance menu (DISTANCE)
Center speaker Subwoofer Front right Front left 3.0 m 2.7 m 2.4 m 2.1 m
7 Parental lock menu (PARENTAL LOCK)
You can restrict playback of a DVD VIDEO containing violent scenes that is not suitable for your other family members. This setting takes effect only for DVDs containing the Parental Lock level information Level 1 (most restrictive) to Level 8 (least restrictive).
Heard Island and McDonald HM Islands HN HR HT HU ID IE IL IN IO IQ IR IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ Honduras Croatia Haiti Hungary Indonesia Ireland Israel India British Indian Ocean Territory Iraq Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iceland Italy Jamaica Jordan Japan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Cambodia Kiribati Comoros Saint Kitts and Nevis Korea, Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, Republic of Kuwait Cayman Islands Kazakhstan
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IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; 1 Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. 2 Press FM/AM.
The buttons described below are used on pages 42 to 43.
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select the
Example: When the system is tuned in to 810 kHz.
2 Press TUNING 9/( repeatedly until
you find the frequency you want.
When you hold down the button until the system starts searching for stations and then release it, the system stops searching automatically when a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in to.
When a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in, the TUNED indicator lights on the display window. When an FM stereo program is received, the ST indicator lights on the display window.
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See page 42 for button locations.
Once a station is assigned to a channel number, the station can be quickly tuned in. You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations.
Selecting the FM reception mode
When the stereo FM program currently tuned in is noisy, you can change the FM reception mode to improve the reception. 7 While listening to an FM station
7 To preset the stations
1 Tune in the station you want to preset.
If you want to store the FM reception mode for an FM station, select the reception mode you want. See Selecting the FM reception mode below. Example: When the system is tuned in to 103.5 MHz.
Press FM MODE.
The FM reception mode appears on the display window. Each time you press the button, the FM reception mode changes.
103. 5 M
When a program is broadcast in stereo, you will hear stereo sound. (The ST indicator lights on the display window.) When in monaural, you will hear monaural sound. This mode is also useful to suppress static noise between stations. The AUTO MUTING indicator lights on the display window.
2 Press MEMORY.
__ 103. 5 M
Reception will be improved although you will lose the stereo effect. (The ST indicator goes off.) In this mode, you will hear noise until you are tuned in to a station. (The AUTO MUTING indicator also goes off.)
Subwoofer: Speaker section Speaker unit: Frequency Range: General Power Requirements: Power Consumption:
Digital input*1: DIGITAL IN (DBS): (OPTICAL)
21 dBm to 15 dBm (660 nm E30 nm)
*1 Corresponding to Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS Digital Surround (with sampling frequency 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz)
Video section Video System: NTSC Horizontal Resolution: 500 lines Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 64 dB Video output level Composite: 1.0 V(p-p)/75 C S-video-Y: 1.0 V(p-p)/75 C S-video-C: 0.286 V(p-p)/75 C Component-Y: 1.0 V(p-p)/75 C 0.7 V(p-p)/75 C Component-PB/PR: Video input sensitivity/Impedance (VCR IN) Composite: 1.0 V(p-p)/75 C S-video-Y: 1.0 V(p-p)/75 C S-video-C: 0.286 V(p-p)/75 C Tuner section Tuning Range FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz AM: 530 kHz to kHz General Power Requirements: AC 120 V , 60 Hz Power Consumption: 18 W (at operation) 2.0 W (in standby mode) Dimensions (W M H M D): 400 mm M 85 mm M 380 mm (15-3/4 inches M 3-3/8 inches M 15 inches) Mass: 4.3 kg (9.5 lbs)
AC 120 V , 60 Hz 155 W (at operation) 0 W (in standby mode) Dimensions (W M H M D): 256 mm M 482 mm M 460 mm (10-1/8 inches M 19 inches M 18-1/8 inches) Mass: 18.5 kg (41 lbs) *2 For SP-PWM501
7 Subwoofer (SP-PWM603/SP-PWM303/SP-PWM301)
Amplifier section Front/Center/Surround: 115 W (100 W*3) per channel, RMS at 4 C (Center/Surround)/ 125 W (115 W*3) per channel, RMS at 4 C (Front) at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 125 W (120 W*3), RMS at 4 C at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 16 cm (6-5/16 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded 30 Hz to 200 Hz
Speaker section Speaker unit: Frequency Range: General Power Requirements: Power Consumption:
7 Subwoofer (SP-PWM606)
Amplifier section Front/Center/Surround: 140 W per channel, RMS at 4 C at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 300 W, RMS at 4 C at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 25 cm (9-7/8 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded 25 Hz to 200 Hz
AC 120 V , 60 Hz 125 W (at operation) 0 W (in standby mode) Dimensions (W M H M D): 168.5 mm M 412 mm M 444 mm (6-11/16 inches M 16-1/4 inches M 17-1/2 inches) Mass: 12.0 kg (26.5 lbs) *3 For SP-PWM301
AC 120 V , 60 Hz 155 W (at operation) 0 W (in standby mode) Dimensions (W M H M D): 256 mm M 482 mm M 460 mm (10-1/8 inches M 19 inches M 18-1/8 inches) Mass: 18.5 kg (41 lbs)
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7 Satellite Speakers
Front speakers (SP-THM606F) Speakers: 5.5 cm (2-3/16 inches) M 2, 3.0 cm (1-3/16 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 95 Hz to 40 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 250 mm M mm M 250 mm (9-7/8 inches M 43-7/16 inches M 9-7/8 inches) Mass: 3.67 kg (8.1 lbs) Surround speakers (SP-THM606S) Speakers: 5.5 cm (2-3/16 inches) M 2 Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 30 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 250 mm M mm M 250 mm (9-7/8 inches M 43-7/16 inches M 9-7/8 inches) Mass: 3.77 kg (8.4 lbs) Center speaker (SP-THM606C) Speakers: 5.5 cm (2-3/16 inches) M 2, 3.0 cm (1-3/16 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 40 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 209 mm M 85 mm M 92 mm (8-1/4 inches M 3-3/8 inches M 3-5/8 inches) Mass: 0.87 kg (2.0 lbs) Center speaker (SP-THM505C) Speakers: Woofer: 8.0 cm (3-3/16 inches) Tweeter: 1.5 cm (5/8 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 137 mm M 105 mm M 104.5 mm (5-7/16 inches M 4-3/16 inches M 4-1/8 inches) Mass: 0.7 kg (1.6 lbs)
DVD DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEM
Consists of XV-THM606, SP-PWM606, SP-THM606C and SP-THM606S/ Consists of XV-THM603, SP-PWM603, SP-THM606C and SP-THM606S SP-THM606F, SP-THM606F,
Consists of XV-THM505, SP-PWM505, SP-THM505C and SP-THM505S/ Consists of XV-THM501, SP-PWM501, SP-THM303C and SP-THM303S SP-THM505F, SP-THM303F,
The figure is for the TH-M606.
The figure is for the TH-M505.
Consists of XV-THM303, SP-PWM303, SP-THM303C and SP-THM303S/ Consists of XV-THM301, SP-PWM301, SP-THM303C and SP-THM303S SP-THM303F, SP-THM303F,
For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No. LVT1147-001B
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
1. CLASS 2. CAUTION:
FOR LASER PRODUCTS
PRODUCT the unit; leave all servicing to qualified Do not open the top cover. There are no user
serviceable parts inside service personnel.
3. CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT. CAUTION : Vsible invisible and ADVARSEL: ogusyn VARNING : Synlig och VARO: Synlig ig Ava_aessa jasuojalukitus l laseradiation open I aserstr_ling maskinen osynlig laserstr_lning ohtdtunatai r when and n_r erI ndrI vialisena oetattiina I inlerlock failedor defeated. _beneller nterocken feilendenOppnas ch spdrren n_kyv_lle n_kym_tt6m_lle o dr ja I AVOID DIRECT EXPOSUREUn@ direkte TO eksponerng urkopplad. Betrakta ej lasers_teiUle, till V_lt_ s_teen IBEAM. (e)sir&ling. I (d)str&len. l (s)Kohdistumista (i) I l su0raan itse_si
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION - 0/I button! (XV-THM606/XV-THM603/XV-THM505/ XV-THM501 / XV-THM303/XV-THM301
Disconnect the mains plug to shut tile power oft" completely (the STANDBY lamp goes off). The /I button in any position does not disconnect line. When red. the system is on standby, is turned the STANDBY
the mains lamp lights lamp goes off.
When the system
on, the STANDBY
The power can be remote
CAUTION (SP-PWM606/SP-PWM603/SP-PWM505/ SP-PWM501 / SP-PWM303/SP-PWM301
The power supply to tile subwoofer is linked to the center unit. The POWER ON lamp on the snbwoofer lights green when the power is tnrned on.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Front speaker (x2)
Surround speaker (2)
Stand (x4) Screw M5 x 25 mm (1 inch) (supplied)
Base plate (x4) Speaker Black
NOTE The standsand the baseplatesarecommonly usedt'or both front and snrronnd speakers assenlbly. Before assembling - Prepare a Phillips screwdriver (not supplied). Take care not to drop the base plate while assembling; otherwise, it may cause damage to the floor or injury.
You can route the speaker
one on the three
grooves on the base plate depending on the speaker layout. Depending on the installing condition, you can assemble the front and surround speakers without the stands. In such a case, attach the speaker directly to the base plate instead of the stand.
This page is for
Before connecting the speaker cords; Twist and pull the insulation coat off and remove.
Powered subwoofer SP-PWM606 Speaker Connect Connect
table FRONT FRONT CENTER SURROUND SURROUND
cord (supplied) terminals. referring to the
the silver cords to the black (0) the copper cords to the (_)
below: SPEAKERS SPEAKERS SPEAKER SPEAKERS SPEAKERS (RIGHT) (LEFT) (RIGHT) (LEFT) Red White Green Gray Blue
Front speakers SP-THM606F
Surround speakers SP-THM606S
w _ r_ J
4 m (13 feet)
10 m (33 feet)
CAUTION When you connect speakers other than the supplied ones, use speakers with the same speaker impedance (SPEAKER IMPEDANCE) indicated near the speaker terminals on the rear of the powered subwoo]er. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
on next page
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Powered subwoofer SP-PWM603
the silver cords to the black (@) terminals. the copper cords to the (@) terminals referring White Red Green Blue Gray
to the table below:
FRONT SPEAKERS (LEFT) FRONT SPEAKERS (RIGHT) CENTER SPEAKER SURROUND SURROUND SPEAKERS (LEFT) SPEAKERS (RIGHT)
Center speaker SP-THM606C
Z O_ rg_l
4 rn (13 feet)
10 rn (33 feet)
When you connect speakers other than the supplied ones, use speakers with the same speaker impedance (SPEAKER IMPEDANCE) indicated near the speaker terminals on the rear of the powered subwoolcr. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
Note that the illustration below is for TH-M505.
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video cord (not supplied)
If your TV supports progressive video input, you c'ml enjoy a high quality picture by setting the progressive scan mode to active. (. pg. 20) If the component video input jacks of your TV are of the BNC type, use a plug adapter (not supplied) to convert the pin plugs to BNC plugs. The component vide() signals can be output only when you select "DVD" as the source to play. (. pg. 19)
To connect a TV equipped with the composite or Svideo jacks
Composite _,,,,,,, (supplied) video cord
s-wr_ o Align the marks.
(not supplied) S-video cord To S-video input 1 To composite V video input
You can enjoy the sound Center unit System cord (supplied) Powered subwoofer
of a digital
_0N_4ECTO_ XX _.
I Align the marks.
MD recorder DBS* tuner Digital optical cord (not supplied)
NOTE The way of connecling Ihe system coM varies depending ol the powered subwoofer. on tile type * DBS = Direct NOTE Only digital audio signals can be input when selecting "DBS" as the source to play. (= pg. 19) When connecting a vide() component such as a DBS tuner, operate this system to listen to the sound. Broadcasting Satellite
You can enjoy the sound of an analog component.
sure that all other connections
have been completed. Powered
S-video cord (not supplied)
RCA pin plug cord (not supplied)
video / cord (not supplied)
Power cord (supplied)
VCR (_) or ) TV () Cassette recorder () @ To composite video output @ To S-video output @ To audio output [
Plug into AC outlets.
Disconnect the power cord belore cleaning or moving the system. Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the cord. When unplugging the cord, always grasp and pull the plug so as not to damage the cord.
NOTE The signals input to the VIDE() jack of the VCR IN jacks will be output only from the VlDEOjack of the VIDEO OUT jacks, not from the S-VIDEO jack of the VIDE() OUT jacks.
To pause playback
press I_ (phty button).
To return to playback,
Tostop Press m. On-screenguide icons
During appear _: DVD VIDEO playback, tile following tUr a while on the TV screen; appears subtitle _: at the beginning languages. of a scene containing multi-audio of a scene guide icons may multi-
appears at the beginning languages. appears views. (Phty), _ at the beginning
of a scene
(Fast forward/ forward/
Disc lamps (TH-M606/TH-M603/TH-M505/ TH-M501 only)
fast-reverse), _ reverse): appears
/ _ when you pert_rm accept
(Slow-lnotion each operation.
@ : the disc cannot
you have tried to do.
Up to 5 discs can be loaded. You can also start playback by pressing I_ (play button) or DVD. MP3/WMA Example: When an MP3 disc is played Track number disc
page 22 for button locations.
back Signal and speaker indicators
The system plays back available discs sequentially until you stop playback or until the disc loaded ou the DISC 5 tray reaches to the end. (For JPEG) The system caunot accept operations even though you
press any buttons before the entire picture appears on the TV screen. If you do not want the (m-screen guide icons to appear, see page 4t).
Playback information on the display window
hme (minute second) (during playback only)
DVD VIDEO Example: When a DVD VIDEO Chapter encoded with Dolby Digital 5.1ch is played II Pressing FL DISPLAY ,2 Group number Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second)
Signal and speaker Surround indicators ( (pg. 27) MA m&cator disc
Track number hghts for WMA disc.
mode and digital signal format
JPEG Pressing FL DISPLAY Title number
MPEG4 disc Track number
DVD AUDIO Signal and speaker indicators
Elapsed playing time (minute:second) (during playback only)
Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second)
Pressing FL DISPLAY Group number Track number
'l Pressing FL DISPLAY Group number Track number Signal and speaker indicators
VCD/SVCD/CD Example: When a CD is played back
NOTE You can change the time iulormation mode (except for MP3/WMA/.1PEG/MPEG4). pg. 28) You cau also check the playback iulormation on the TV screen. ( pg. 27)
Signal and speaker indicators
*l VCD indication
Wheu a VCD or SVCD with PBC function is played, tile elapsed playing time does not appear, bul "PBC" appears.
lights when analog
Surround/DSP Lights Lights signal
r1EIPLI]: DSP: Source
when Dolby Pro Logic II mode is activated. when All Channel Stereo mode is activated. indicators, etc. SW _ _ _
Light to indicate the incoming signals. BIB : Lights when the left channel signal comes in. : IgI: i!_1: _t: : I_ : Lights Lights Lights Lights Lights when the center channel when the right channel when the LFE channel when the surround when the surround signal comes signal comes signal comes
in. in. in.
left channel signal comes in. right channel signal comes in. signal or 2
Lights when the monaural surround channel channel Dolby Surround signal comes in. lights. with "-'' shows that the corresponding
SW : Always The channel
You can check disc information using the on-screen bar.
and you can rise some
reproducing the channels' sound. If the channels' sound decoded into 5.1 channel "--" lights.
Showing the on-screen bar
surround is set up to automatically select the optimal Whenever loaded a disc is
Selecting the surround mode
The system mode for input signal t_om digital multichannel software. When playing back 2 channel source, you can select the desired surround mode manually.
Press ON SCREEN.
Each time you press the button, follows on the TV screen. Example: During DVD VIDEO playback the on-screen bar changes as
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO.
OFF (The on-screen bar disappears) (back to the beginning) The currently selected item shows green.
Contents of the on-screen bar during playback
Shows O: / _: O / O: playback status. during during
See page 26 for button locations.
playback. fast forward/reverse. in forward slow-motion/
appears during playback reverse slow-motion. appears appears when paused. when stopped.
8j Select this to change time information time int_rmation" below. Select this for Repeat Playback.
(-" pg. 35) (for DVD
_0 Select this for time search function. (; -" pg. 30) !i Select this for chapter (for DVD VIDEO) or track AUDIO) search fimction. (_ _"pg. 29) 12 Select this to change audio language, channel,
(-" pg. 32) Select this to change i4 Select this to change 15 Select this to change
0 -" Pg. 31 )
view angle. (-" pg. 31) the page. 0 -" Pg. 33) Playback. Playback. (; -."pg. 34) (-" pg. 35)
16 Shows Playback Mode status. PROGRAM: appears during Program RANDOM: appears during Random 17 Shows Repeat Mode status. (_ _"pg. 35)
Current number group/total group Playback mode (PROGRAM, RANDOM, REPEAT)
or while stopped
Tag information WMA only)
Elapsed playing time of current track (for MP3/WMA/MPEG4 only)
When specifying the elapsed playing time from the beginning of the disc
Perform the following procedure while stopped.
When specifying the elapsed playing time from the beginning of the current title/track
Perform the following procedure during playback.
2 Press Cursor _/_
Current group Current track (file) / total track (file) number on current group track (file) Total track (file) number on disc Playback status
Use number time.
(0-9) to enter the
To play back from a point 2 (hours): elapsed Press 2 =, Press 4 =5 Press 8 To cancel Press Cursor a misentry 41 repeatedly.
The file control display appears (MP3/WMA) or while stopped.
Press 3 => Press 0
Press ENTER. Press ON SCREEN.
For MP3/WMA: During playback or while stopped For JPEG/MPEG4: While stopped
2 Press ANGLE repeatedly or press Cursor _'/A to select the desired view angle. to select the
track. The on-screen track/ file is bar appears on the TV screen. When using the on-screen bar:
I Press Cursor _l-,_l'v'IA
playback For MP3/WMA,
starts from the selected
2 Press =,- (play button) or ENTER.
Track playback/slide-show _e. When played NOTE During playback, you can h)cate the desired track/file by pressing _l/l-.ql_ or Cursor A/_'. You can alsn check playback information on the display window. (. pg. 23) Some group, track and lile names may not be displayed correctly depending on recording conditions. The order of groups, tracks and files may be displayed differently l)'om the order displayed on your personal computer. you press back. ENTER starts t_om the selected for JPEG, only the selected
2 Press Cursor =,-/_ to highlight _1/3.
Press Cursor view angle. Press ENTER.
to select the desired
When Resume Playback is set to "ON" (-" pg. 40) and you stop playback by the tbllowing operations, the position where playback has been stopped is stored. During playback of a disc containing subtitles in several languages
During DVD AUDIO phtyhack, this feature is available only for the video part.
("RESUME" appears on the display window.) Turning offthe power (-" pg. 18) Pressing Changing once the source (pg. 19) the stored position does not work alter
When using the SUBTITLEbutton=
To start playback
Press I_ (phty button) or DVD. There may be a case where I_ (play button) changing the source.
Example (DVD VIDEO): "ENGLISH" is selected out of 3 subtitle languages recorded.
To clear the stored position Press again or open the disc tray with the playback disc.
During angles playback of a disc containing multi-view
Press Cursor subtitle.
For SVCD An SVCD
up to four subtitles.
SUBTITLE changes the subtitles regardless of whether the subtitles are recorded or not. (Subtitles will not change if no subtitle is recorded.)
Example: The first view angle is selected out of 3 view angles recorded.
To clear the suhtitle, press SUBTITLE. Each time you press SUBTITLE, subtitle appears and disappears alternately.
When using the on-screen bar:
Press Cursor audio. Press ENTER.
Press Cursor _/_ Press ENTER.
to highlight _ 1/3.
NOTE Some subtide or audio languages are abbreviated in the pop-up window. See "The language codes list" (:= pg. 38). "ST". "L" or "R" is displayed when playing a VCD or SVCD respectively representing "stereo", "left sound" and "right sound".
Press Cursor vIA repeatedly the desired subtitle. Press ENTER. Press ON SCREEN.
NOTE To clear the subtitle, press SUBTITLE. Each time you press SUBTITLE, subtitle appears and disappears alternately. Some subtitle or audio languages are abbreviated in the pop-up window. See "The language codes list" (. pg. 38). During DVD AUDIO playback, this feature is available only lk)r the video part.
Press II repeatedly.
to select a desired
The VFP (Video Fine Processor) function enables you to adjust
Press PAGE repeatedly still picture.
the picture character according tone or personal preference.
to the type of programming,
(m tile TV screen.
Press Cursor =,-/_ to highlight PAGE
1 Press VFP.
The current Example: VFP settings appear on the TV screen.
Press Cursor still picture. Press ENTER.
to select the desired 2 Press Cursor _/_ the VFP mode.
NORMAL:Normally CINEMA: Suitable
select this. for movies. or "CINEMA", press VFP to
During playback while paused or
When you select "NORMAL" complete the setting. USER 1 and USER 2: You can adjust appearance.
that affect picture
1 Press ZOOM.
Each time you press
Only when selecting "USER 1" or "USER 2" in step 2, proceed to perform the following operation;
While zoomed in, press Cursor _/-_/v/ to move zoom-in area.
Press Cursor v/ repeatedly to select a parameter you want to adjust.
Adjust gradually and confirm picture appearance results are as preferred. GAMMA: Controls brightness of neutral tints while maintaining brightness of dark and bright portions. BRIGHTNESS: Controls screen CONTRAST: Controls screen SATURATION: Controls TINT: screen brightness. contrast. color depth. tint. sharpness.
To return to normal playback Press ZOOM repeatedly to select ZOOM OFF.
Controls screen SHARPNESS: Controls screen
Follow the instructions
that appears the desired
the TV screen to program chapters/tracks.
For details on using the number number buttons" (-" pg. 25). buttons,
Press Cursor setting. Press ENTER.
to change the
The content's programming
numbers that you have to specify for varies depending on the disc type:
DVD VIDEO: Titles and chapters VCD, SVCD, CD: Tracks DVD AUDIO, MP3, WMA: appear again. Groups and tracks Bet%re you program the tracks in bonus group on a DVD AUDIO, perform the procedure of "Playing back a bonus group" (-" pg. 25) to turn off the BONUS display window. You can specify 99. the chapters/tracks whose indicator number on the is tip to
You can restrict playback of a DVD VIDEO containing violent scenes that is not suitable tUr your other family members. This setting takes effect only for DVDs containing the Parental Lock level information -- Level 1 (most restrictive) to Level 8 (least restrictive). COUNTRY CODE Select this when you set the code for your resident. (= pc. 41) SET LEVEL Select this when you set the level of restriction. PASSWORD This item is selected automatically when some changes are made on Parental Lock setting. Enter a four-digit number as your password with number buttons 0-9, then press ENTER. If you have failed to enter your correct password three times, you cannot select an item other than EXIT. In such a case, press ENTER to exit the mode, then try the setting again. EXIT Returns to OTHERS menu. Be sure to exit the Parental Lock setting mode after entering your password. Otherwise, the changes you made won't be stored. If you forget your password, enter "8888" instead of your password. NOTE When you enter wrong passwords lhree times, yon can only select EXIT.
In this case, set the distance of each speaker as follows; Distance of front speakers: 3.0 roll0 t't Distance of center speaker: 2.7 nd9 t't Distance of surround speakers: 2.4 m/8 t't FRONT SPEAKER/CENTER SPEAKER/SURROUND SPEAKER Adjust the distance from the listening position to the speakers. Within the range from 0.3 m/1 ft to 9.0 m/a0 ft. (by 0.3 m/ 1 ft) RETURN Returns to the SPK. SETTING menu.
setting menu (OTHERS)
RESUME Yon can activate or deactivate Resume Playback function. (_-" pg. 31 ) ON SCREEN GUIDE Yon can activate or deactbate the on-screen guide icons. (_-" pg. 22)
Country/Area codeslist for Parental Lock
AD AE AF AG AI AL AM AN AO Andorra Uniled Arab Emirates Afghanistan Antigua and Barbuda Anguilla Albania Armenia Netherlands Angola Antarclica Argentina American Samoa Austria Australia Aruba Azerbaijan Bosnia and Herzegovina Barbados Bangladesh Belgium Burkina Faso Bulgaria Bahrain Burundi Benin Bermuda Brunei Darussalam Bolivia Brazil Bahamas Bhutall Bouvet Island Bolswana Belarus Belize Canada Cocos (Keeling) lshmds Central African Republic Congo Switzerland C61e d'Ivoire Cook Islands Chile Cameroon China Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Cape VcMe Christmas Island Cyprus Czech Republic Germany Djibouti Denmark Dominica Dominican Republic Algeria Ecuador Estonia Egypt "Western Sahara Antilles ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO ER FX GA GB GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK HM HN HR HT HU ID IE IL IN 10 IQ IR IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH Kl KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ Eritrea Spain Ethiopia Finland Fiji Falkhmd Islands (Malvinas) Micronesia of) (Fedelaled Slales LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NU NZ OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PT PW PY QA RE RO RU Lao People's Democratic Republic Lebanon Saint Lucia Liechtenstein Sri Lanka Liberia Lesotho Lithuania Luxembourg Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Morocco Monaco Moldova, Republic of Madagascar Marshall Islands Mall Myanmar Mongolia Macau Northern Mariana Islands Martinique Mauritania montserrat Malta Mauritius Maldives Malawi Mexico Malaysia Mozambique Namibia New Caledonia Niger Norlolk Island Nigeria Nicaragua Netherlands Norway Nepal Nauru Niue New Zealand
RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH S] SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TM TN TO TP TR TT TV TW TZ IdA UG UM US UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS YE YT YU ZA ZM ZR ZW
Rwanda Saudi Arabia Solomon Islands Seychelles Sudan Sweden Singapore Saint Helena Slovenia Swdbard and Jan Mayen Slovakia Sierra Leone San Marino Senegal Somalia Suriname Sao Tome and Principe El Salvador Syrian Arab Republic Swaziland Turks and Caicos Islands Chad French Southern Territories Togo Thailand Code Language T:_jikistan Tokelau Turkmenistan Tunisia Tonga East Timor Turkey Trinidad and Tobago Tuvalu Taiwan Tanzania, United Republic of Ukraine Uganda United States Minor Outlying Islands United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vatican City State (Holy See) Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Venezuela Virgin Islands (British) Virgin Islands (U.S.) Viemam V:muatu Wallis and Futuna Islands Samoa Yemen Mayotte Yugoslavia South Africa Zambia Zaire Zimbabwe
AR AS AT AU AW AZ BA BB BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BV BW BY BZ CA CC CF CG CH CI CK CL CM CN CO CR CU CV CX CY CZ DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH
Faroe Islands France France, Melropolilan Gabon United Kingdom Grenada Georgia French Guiana Ghana Gibraltar Greenland Gambia Guinea Guadeloupe Equatorial Guinea Greece South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Guatemala Guam Guinea-Bissau Guyana Hong Kong Heard Island and McDonald Islands Honduras Croatia Haiti Hungary Indonesia Ireland Israel India Brilish Indian Ocean Territory lraq lran (Islamic Republic of) Iceland Italy Jamaica Jordan Japan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Cambodia Kiribati
Panama Peru French Polynesia Papua New Guinea Philippines Pakistan Poland Saint Pierre and Miquelon Pitcairn Puerto Rico Pomlgal Palau Paraguay Qatar Rdunion Romania Russian Federation
Saint Kitts and Nevis Korea, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Republic of Kuwait Cayman Islands Kazakhstan
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for tile following operation; 1 Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. 2 PressFM/AM
Press FM/AM repeatedly to select the band.
4 '2`2 (Center/Surround)/125 W (115 W ':3) per channel, RMS at 4 '2`2 (Front) at 1 kHz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 125 W (120 W*3), RMS at 4 '2`2 at 100 Hz, with 10 % total harmonic distortion. 16 cm (6-5116 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shiekted 30 Hz to 200 Hz AC 120V %, 60Hz 125 W (at operation) 0 W (in standby mode) 168.5 mm X 412 mm X 444 nun (6-11/16 inches X 16-1/4 inches X 17-1/2 inches) 12.0 kg (26.5 lbs)
Speaker section Speaker unit: Frequency Range: General Power Requirements: Power Consumption: Dimensions (W X H X D):
140 W per channel, RMS at 4 '2`2 at l kHz, with l0 % total harmonic distortion. 300 W. RMS at 4 '2"Hz, with at 10 % total harmonic distortion.
Mass: *3For SP-PWM301
25 cm (9-718 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shiekted 25 Hz to 200 Hz AC 120 V "M, 60 Hz 155 W (at operation) 0 W (in standby mode) 255 mm X 480 mm X 445 mm (10-1116 inches X 18-15116 inches X 17-9116 inches) 13.0 kg (28.7 lbs)
Center Speaker (SP-THM505C) Speakers: Woofer: 8.0 cm (3-3116 inches) Tweeter: 1.5 cm (518 inches)
Bass-reflex, Shiekted Magnetically Shielded
Front speakers (SP-THMdOdF) Speakers: 5.5 cm (2-3/16 inches) X 2
3.0 cm (1-3/16 inches) Bass-reflex, Magnetically 140 W 4 _) 95 Hz to 20 kHz 250 mm M mm (9-7/8 inches M 43-7/16 Mass: Surround Speakers: Power Handling hnpedance: Frequency Dimensions Capacity: speakers inches) 3.67 kg (8.1 lbs) (SP-THMd06S) 5.5 cm (2-3/16 inches) X 2 Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shiekted 140 W 4 '2"_ M 250 mm inches M 9-7/8
Power Handling Capacity: hnpedance: Frequency Range:
Dimensions (W M H M D):
Power Handling Capacity: 140 W 4 _"_ Impedance: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Range: Dimensions (W X H X D): 137 mm X 105 mm X 104.5 mm (5-7116 inches X 4-3116 inches X 4-118 inches) Mass: 0.7 kg (1.6 lbs)
speakers (SP-THM303F) 8.0 cm (3-3116 inches) Capacity: Bass-reflex, 140 W Magnetically Shielded
Speakers: Power Handling Range: (W X H X D):
Range: 90 Hz to 20 kHz (W M H M D): 250 nnn M mm (9-7/8 inches M 43-7/16 inches)
Impedance: Frequency M 250 mm inches M 9-7/8 Dimensions
4 '2"_ 90 Hz to 20 kHz 106 mm X 119.5 mm X 102 mm X
Mass: Center Speakers: Speaker
3.77 kg (8.4 lbs) Mass: (SP-THMdOdC) 5.5 cm (2-3/16 3.0 cm (1-3/16 Bass-reflex, 140 W inches) inches) M 2 Shiekted Power Handling Range: (W X H X D): Capacity: Impedance: Frequency Dimensions Surround Speakers: speakers
(4-3/16 inches 4-1/16 inches)
X 4-3/4 inches
0.69 kg (1.6 lbs) (SP-THMB0aS) 8.0 cm (3-3116 inches) Bass-reflex, 140 W Magnetically Shielded
Power Handling Capacity: 4 _) hnpedance: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Range: Dimensions (W X H X D): 209minx 85mmX92mm (8-114 inches X 3-318 inches X 3-518 inches) Mass: 0.87 kg (2.0 lbs)
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