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On some DVD VIDEOs, DVD AUDIOs, VCDs or SVCDs, their actual operation may be different from what is explained in this manual. This is due to the disc programming and disc structure, not a malfunction of this system.
Notes on CD-R and CD-RW User-edited CD-Rs (Recordable) and CD-RWs (Rewritable) can be played back only if they are already finalized. This system can play CD-Rs or CD-RWs recorded on a personal computer if they have been recorded in the audio CD format. This system can also play CD-Rs or CD-RWs if MP3, WMA, JPEG or MPEG4 files are recorded on them. However, some discs may not be played back because of their disc characteristics, recording conditions, or damage or stain on them. Especially, the configuration and characteristics of an MP3, WMA, JPEG or MPEG4 disc are determined by the writing (encoding) software and hardware used for recording. Therefore, due to the software and hardware used, the following symptoms may occur: Some discs may not be played back. Some tracks on an MP3 or WMA disc may be skipped or may not be played back normally. Some files on a JPEG or MPEG4 disc may be played back distortedly. Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read their instructions or cautions carefully. CD-RWs may require a longer readout time. This is caused by the fact that the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than that of regular CDs.
DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation. Region code of DVD VIDEO DVD VIDEO players and DVD VIDEO discs have their own Region Code numbers. This system can play back DVD VIDEO discs whose Region Code numbers include the systems Region Code, which is indicated on the rear panel.
Example of playable DVD:
If a DVD with an improper Region Code number is loaded, REGION CODE ERROR! appears on the TV screen and playback cannot start.
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Notes on MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 discs MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 discs (either CD-R or CD-RW) require a longer readout time. (It differs due to the complexity of the directory/file configuration.) When making an MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 disc, select ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level 2 for the disc format. This system supports multi-session discs (up to 20 sessions). This system cannot play packet write discs. The system can only play MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 files with the following file extensions; MP3:.MP3,.Mp3,.mP3 and.mp3 WMA:.wma,.WMA and any uppercase and lowercase combination (such as.Wma) JPEG:.jpg,.jpeg,.JPG,.JPEG and any uppercase and lowercase combination (such as.Jpg) MPEG4:.asf,.ASF and any uppercase and lowercase combination (such as.Asf) If different type of files (audio (MP3/WMA), still picture (JPEG), and video (MPEG4) files) are recorded on a disc, set the FILE TYPE setting in the PICTURE menu to the appropriate setting for the data to be read. (A pg. 37) The system recognizes up to 150 tracks (files) per group, 99 groups per disc, and the total number of the tracks (files) that the system can play is 1000. For example, if you set FILE TYPE to AUDIO (A pg. 37) and play a disc that contains 500 MP3 tracks, 200 JPEG files, and 600 WMA tracks, the system can play 500 MP3 tracks and the first 500 of 600 WMA tracks. Some MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 discs may not be played back normally because of their disc characteristics or recording conditions. Notes on MP3/WMA discs only The system supports MP3 files recorded with a bit rate of kbps and a sampling frequency of 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz*, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 48 kHz. If the tag information (album name, artist, and track title, etc.) is recorded on a disc, it appears in the file control display on the TV screen. (A pg. 28) We recommend to record each piece of material (song) at a sample rate of 44.1 kHz and at a data transfer rate of 128 (96*) kbps. Some tracks may be skipped or may not be played back normally. * For WMA only Notes on JPEG discs only We recommend to record a file at 640 x 480 resolution. (If a file has been recorded at a resolution of more than 640 x 480, it will take a longer time to be displayed.) This system can only play baseline JPEG files. Some files on a JPEG disc may be played back distortedly. Notes on MPEG4 disc only The system supports the types of simple profile as MPEG4 files (MPEG4 SP). The system supports MPEG4 files recorded with the maximum bit rate of 384 kbps and an audio codec of G.726. (To play the MPEG4 file, it is required that G.726 formatted audio data is contained in that file.) The maximum size of the played picture is at a 352 x 288 pixel resolution (CIF). Some files may be skipped or may not be played normally.
Surround speakers SP-THS9S
When you connect speakers other than the supplied ones, use speakers of the same speaker impedance (SPEAKER IMPEDANCE) indicated near the speaker terminals on the rear of the powered subwoofer. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
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Note that the illustration below is for TH-S5. Before connecting the speaker cords; Twist and pull the insulation coat off and remove.
Front speakers TH-S5: SP-THS5F*1 TH-S51: SP-THM303F*2
FRONT SPEAKERS (LEFT) White Red Green Blue Gray
FRONT SPEAKERS (RIGHT) CENTER SPEAKER SURROUND SPEAKERS (LEFT) SURROUND SPEAKERS (RIGHT)
Powered subwoofer TH-S5: SP-PWS5 TH-S51: SP-PWS51 4m
Center speaker TH-S5: SP-THS5C*1 TH-S51: SP-THM303C*2
Surround speakers TH-S5: SP-THS5S*1 TH-S51: SP-THM303S*2
TH-S51, the satellite speakers are equipped with their speaker cords attached directly to their speaker unit instead of having speaker terminals on their cabinet.
When installing the satellite speakers on the wall; Be sure to have them installed on the wall by a qualified personnel. DO NOT install the satellite speakers on the wall by yourself to avoid unexpected damage from their falling off the wall due to incorrect installation or weakness in wall structure. Care must be taken in selecting a location for speaker installation on a wall. Injury to personnel or damage to equipment may result if the speakers installed interfere with daily activities.
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Center speaker Front left speaker Front right speaker Powered subwoofer
Connecting a TV
Distortion of picture may occur when connecting to the TV via a VCR, or to a TV with a built-in VCR. You need to set MONITOR TYPE in the PICTURE menu correctly according to the aspect ratio of your TV. (A pg. 37)
7 To connect a TV equipped with the component video input jacks
To component video input
Surround left speaker
Surround right speaker Component video cord (not supplied)
Although the satellite speakers and the powered subwoofer are magnetically shielded, the TV screen may appear mottled. In this case, keep enough distance between the speakers and the TV. The speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color distortions on TVs. However, if not installed properly, they may cause color distortions. So, pay attention to the following when installing the speakers. When placing the speakers near a TV set, turn off the TVs main power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers. Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TVs main power switch again. Some TVs may still be affected even though you have followed the above. If this happens, move the speakers away from the TV. Place the satellite speakers on a flat and level surface. Be sure to place the powered subwoofer to the TVs right. If you place the powered subwoofer to the TVs left, keep sufficient distance between them to prevent the TV screen from appearing mottled.
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See page 16 for button locations.
Selecting the source to play
Listening with headphones (not supplied)
CAUTION Be sure to turn down the volume;
Before connecting or putting on headphones as high volume may damage both the headphones and your hearing. Before disconnecting headphones as high volume may be suddenly output from the speakers.
Press one of the source selecting buttons (DVD, FM/AM, AUX or TV SOUND).
To play back a disc (DVD VIDEO, VCD etc.). (A pg. 20) FM/AM: To tune in an FM or AM (MW) station. (A pg. 40) Each time you press the button, the band alternates between FM and AM (MW). AUX: To select the source from a component connected to the AUX IN jacks or DIGITAL IN jack. (A pg. 13) Each time you press the button, the source alternates between AUX and AUX DIGITAL. TV SOUND: To select the TV (that outputs sound signals) connected to the AV (SCART) connector. (A pg. 12) On the center unit: DVD:
While connecting a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack on the center unit, the system automatically cancels the surround mode (A pg. 24) currently selected, deactivates the speakers, turn the subwoofers power off, and activates the headphone mode. HEADPHONE appears on the display window. Headphone mode When using the headphones, the following signals are output regardless of your speaker setting; For 2 channel sources, the front left and right channel signals are output from the headphones. Multi-channel signals are down-mixed and output from the headphones. (DVD AUDIO) When the disc prohibits down-mixing, only the front left and right channels are output from the headphones. In this case, L/R ONLY appears on the display window for a few seconds.
Press SOURCE repeatedly until the source name you want appears on the display window.
When a source except DVD is selected, this system does not output video signals. It may take time to change the source.
Adjusting the volume [VOLUME]
Always set the volume to minimum level before starting any source. If the volume is set at its high level, the sudden blast of sound could permanently damage your hearing and/or blow out the speakers.
Turning off the sound temporarily [MUTING]
To restore the sound Perform one on the following: Press MUTING again. Press AUDIO VOL +/ (or turn VOLUME on the center unit).
Press AUDIO VOL + or.
Adjusting the brightness of the indications [DIMMER]
Each time you press the button, the brightness level changes.
Although the picture may be distorted when you press ENTER, this is not a malfunction of the system. RGB is selected at your purchase. There are some progressive TVs and High-Definition TVs that are not fully compatible with this system, resulting in an unnatural picture when playing back a DVD VIDEO in the progressive scan mode. In such a case, change the scan mode to RGB or Y/C. To check the compatibility of your TV, contact your local JVC customer service center. All JVC progressive TVs and High-Definition TVs are fully compatible with this system.
Adjusting the treble sound [TREBLE]
Press TREBLE +/.
The adjustments take effect for all sources.
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Optimizing the speaker settings [Smart Surround Setup]
When you change the positioning of the speakers or listener, or replace the supplied speakers with other ones, perform Smart Surround Setup again.
When FAILED ! appears on the TV screen The system could not detect the clapping sound correctly. In such a case, follow the instructions that appears on the TV screen. When the system detects the clapping sound as FAILED ! three times, set the distance (DISTANCE) and the output level (LEVEL) manually (A pg. 37). To cancel Press SMART S.SETUP. NOTE
You need to set the subwoofers output level (LEVEL) manually. (A pg. 18) In step 2, SW ERROR appears on the display window if the center unit and the powered subwoofer are not connected correctly by using the supplied system cord.
1 Take your position where you listen to
2 Press and hold SMART S.SETUP.
SETTING UP flashes on the display window.
3 Press ENTER, press Cursor Y/5 to
select the distance between the front speakers and the listening position, then press ENTER.
4 Press Cursor Y/5 to select START,
then press ENTER.
5 Clap your hands over your head once. 6 Make sure that COMPLETED !
appears on the TV screen, then press SMART S.SETUP.
The system detects your clapping sound through the satellite speakers, then automatically makes the best settings for each speaker. COMPLETED ! appears on the TV screen when Smart Surround Setup completes.
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The icon such as available for. shows the types of discs the operation is
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; 1 Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. 2 Press DVD.
The buttons described below are used on pages 20 to 23.
1 : 23 : 45 TR: 31
Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second) Elapsed playing time (minute:second) (during playback only)
Pressing FL DISP. Pressing FL DISP.
Group number Track number Group number Track number
VCD/SVCD/CD Example: When a CD is played back
1 ASF G12T123
You can change the time information mode (except for MP3/WMA/ JPEG/MPEG4). (A pg. 26) You can also check the playback information on the TV screen. (A pg. 25)
10 : 31
Elapsed playing time (minute:second)
VCD indication appears for VCD/SVCD.
When a VCD or SVCD with PBC function is played, the elapsed playing time does not appear, but PBC appears.
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7 Screen saver
A TV screen may burn out if a static picture is displayed for a long time. To prevent this, the system automatically dims the screen if a static picture is displayed for over 5 minutes (the screen saver function). Pressing any button will cancel the screen saver function. If you do not want to use the screen saver function, see page 37.
Skip to the beginning of a desired selection
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
One Touch Replay
You can move back the playback position by 10 seconds from the current position. 7 During playback On the remote control:
Press x or 4 repeatedly.
When playing back an MP3/JPEG disc, you can make operations using the file control display. (A pg. 28) This feature may not work for some discs.
This function works in the same title. This feature may not work for some discs.
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
7 During playback On the remote control:
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. *2 DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. *3 You can select these modes by pressing SURR. (A pg. 25)
Linear/Packed PCM (Multichannel)
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7 All Channel Stereo (DSP)
All Channel Stereo (ALL CH ST.) mode can reproduce a larger stereo sound field using all the connected (and activated) speakers. All Channel Stereo can be used while reproducing 2 channel stereo source.
Normal stereo sound All Channel Stereo
See page 24 for button locations.
7 When playing back digital multichannel software (except during SURR OFF mode)
The appropriate multichannel surround mode (Dolby Digital, DTS Digital Surround or Linear/Packed PCM) is automatically selected.
7 When playing back 2 channel source
You can select either mode of Dolby Pro Logic II (PL II MOVIE/ PL II MUSIC) or the DSP (ALL CH ST.) mode.
Press SURR. repeatedly to select the desired mode.
7 Indicators on the display window
Digital signal format indicators PPCM: Lights when DVD AUDIO packed PCM signals comes in. LPCM: Lights when Linear PCM signal comes in. GD: Lights when Dolby Digital signals come in. C: Lights when DTS Digital (Surround) signals come in. No indication: No digital signal indicator lights when analog signals come in. Dolby Surround/DSP mode indicators GPLII: Lights when Dolby Pro Logic II mode is activated. DSP: Lights when All Channel Stereo mode is activated. Source signal indicators, etc. Light to indicate the incoming signals. a: Lights when the left channel signal comes in. b: Lights when the center channel signal comes in. c: Lights when the right channel signal comes in. d: Lights when the LFE channel signal comes in. g: Lights when the surround left channel signal comes in. i: Lights when the surround right channel signal comes in. h: Lights when the monaural surround channel signal or 2 channel Dolby Surround signal comes in. SW : Always lights. The channel with shows that the corresponding speakers are reproducing the channels sound. If the channels sound decoded into 5.1 channel is reproduced, only lights. The surround mode is turned on and the current surround mode appears on the display window. Each time you press the button, the surround mode changes. For details on each mode, see page 24. To turn off the surround mode
Press SURR. repeatedly until SURR OFF appears on the display window.
Storing adjustments auto memory When you turn the power off, the system memorizes the current surround mode. The memorized mode is automatically recalled when you turn the power on. NOTE
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
F 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. G Select this to change time information (E). See Changing the time information below. H Select this for Repeat Playback. (A pg. 33) I Select this for time search function. (A pg. 28) J Select this for chapter (for DVD VIDEO) or track (for DVD AUDIO) search function. (A pg. 27) K Select this to change audio language, channel, or stream. (A pg. 30) L Select this to change subtitle language. (A pg. 29) M Select this to change view angle. (A pg. 29) N Select this to change the page. (A pg. 31) O Shows Playback Mode status. PROGRAM: appears during Program Playback. (A pg. 32) RANDOM: appears during Random Playback. (A pg. 33) P Shows Repeat Mode status. (A pg. 33)
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*
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.
Locating a desired chapter/track using the on-screen bar
7 During playback
The on-screen bar appears on the TV screen.
2 Use Cursor 3/2/Y/5 to select a
2 Press Cursor 3/2 to highlight
With some discs, you can also select items by entering the corresponding number using number buttons.
Example: During DVD VIDEO playback
Locating a desired scene using a VCD/ SVCD menu with PBC
A VCD or SVCD recorded with PBC has its own menus such as a list of contained songs. You can locate a specific scene by using these menus. 7 During playback with PBC function
4 Press number buttons (0-9) to enter the
desired chapter number.
Example: To select 8: To select 10: To select 20: To select 37: Press 8. Press 1, then 0. Press 2, then 0. Press 3, then 7.
1 Press RETURN repeatedly until the
menu appears on the TV screen.
To correct a misentry Repeat step 4.
5 Press ENTER. 6 Press ON SCREEN.
The on-screen bar disappears. NOTE
You can select up to the 99th chapter/track.
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Locating a desired position by specifying the time
7 For DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO: During playback For VCD/SVCD: While stopped or during playback without PBC function For CD: During playback or while stopped
Using the file control display
You can search and play desired groups and tracks/files using the file control display on the TV screen.
Current group/total group number Playback mode (PROGRAM, RANDOM, REPEAT) Elapsed playing time of current track (for MP3/WMA/MPEG4 only)
7 When specifying the elapsed playing time from the beginning of the disc
Perform the following procedure while stopped.
Tag information (for MP3/ WMA only)
7 When specifying the elapsed playing time from the beginning of the current title/track
Perform the following procedure during playback.
2 Press Cursor 3/2 to highlight 3 Press ENTER.
4 Use number buttons (0-9) to enter the
Example: To play back from a point 2 (hours): 34 (minutes): 08 (seconds) elapsed
1 Press SUBTITLE.
Example (DVD VIDEO): ENGLISH is selected out of 3 subtitle languages recorded.
Selecting a view angle
7 During playback of a disc containing multi-view angles When using the ANGLE button:
2 Press Cursor Y/5 to select the desired
For SVCD An SVCD can contain up to four subtitles. Pressing SUBTITLE changes the subtitles regardless of whether the subtitles are recorded or not. (Subtitles will not change if no subtitle is recorded.) NOTE
To clear the subtitle, press SUBTITLE. Each time you press SUBTITLE, subtitle appears and disappears alternately.
1 Press ANGLE.
Example: The first view angle is selected out of 3 view angles recorded.
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Some subtitle or audio languages are abbreviated in the pop-up window. See The language codes list (A pg. 36). ST, L or R is displayed when playing a VCD or SVCD respectively representing stereo, left sound and right sound.
4 Press Cursor Y/5 repeatedly to select
the desired subtitle.
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 (A pg. 36). During DVD AUDIO playback, this feature is available only for the video part.
Special picture playback
Press 8 repeatedly.
Each time you press the button, the still picture advances by one frame. To return to normal playback Press 3 (play button). NOTE
Selecting the audio
7 During playback of a disc containing audio in several languages When using the AUDIO button:
Playing back in slow-motion
1 Press AUDIO.
Example (DVD VIDEO): ENGLISH is selected out of 3 audio languages recorded.
1 Press 8 at the point
where you want to start playback in slow-motion from.
The system pauses playback.
2 Press y.
Playback in forward slow-motion starts. For DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO only: To play back in reverse slow-motion, press 1. Each time you press the button, the playback speed become faster. Example: On the TV
2 Press AUDIO repeatedly or press
Cursor Y/5 to select the desired audio.
To return to normal playback Press 3 (play button). NOTE
Sound cannot be heard during slow-motion playback. During DVD AUDIO playback, this feature is available only for the video part.
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Selecting browsable still picture recorded on DVD AUDIO
Most DVD AUDIOs include browsable still pictures (B.S.P.), which usually appear by turns automatically during playback according to the playback sequence. You can change the picture (turn the page) manually when the current group/track has selectable pictures (pages). 7 During playback and while the B.S.P. indicator lights up on the display window When using the PAGE button:
The number of the magnification steps varies depending on the disc type. During slide-show playback of a JPEG disc, zooming in is not available. In such a case, press 8 to pause slide-show playback, then zoom in. During DVD AUDIO playback, this feature is available only for the video part. During MPEG4 playback, there may be a case where Cursor (3/2/ Y/5) does not work in step 2 above.
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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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 40 to 43.
Once a station is assigned to a channel number, the station can be quickly tuned in. You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM (MW) stations.
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 (A pg. 41). Example: When the system is tuned in to 103.5 MHz.
3. 5 0M
2 Press MEMORY.
PTY PTY SEARCH
While CH and are flashing:
3 Press number button(s) (1-10, +10) to
select a preset number you want.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 22). Example: When the preset channel 1 is selected.
If the setting is cancelled before you finish, start from step 2 again. While the selected number is flashing:
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select the
Example: When the system is tuned in to 810 kHz.
4 Press MEMORY.
The selected number stops flashing. The station is assigned to the selected preset number. If the setting is cancelled before you finish, start from step 2 again.
5 Repeat steps 1 to 4.
Storing a new station to a used number erases the previously stored one.
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. NOTE
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.
7 To tune in to a preset station
1 Press FM/AM repeatedly to select FM or
2 Press number button(s) (1-10, +10) to
select a preset number.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 22).
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See page 40 for button locations.
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
With the system, you can receive the following types of RDS signals: PS (Program Service): Shows commonly known station names. PTY (Program Type): Shows types of broadcast programs. RT (Radio Text): Shows text messages the station sends. Enhanced Other Network: See page 43. NOTE
RDS is not available for AM (MW) broadcasts. RDS may not operate correctly if the station tuned is not transmitting RDS signal properly or if the signal strength is weak.
Press FM MODE.
The FM reception mode appears on the display window. Each time you press the button, the FM reception mode changes.
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.
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.)
7 To show the RDS signals information
Press RDS DISPLAY while listening to an FM station.
Each time you press the button, the indication on the display window changes. PS (Program Service): While searching, PS appears and then the station names will be displayed. NO PS appears if no signal is sent. PTY (Program Type): While searching, PTY appears and then the type of the broadcast program will be displayed. NO PTY appears if no signal is sent. RT (Radio Text): While searching, RT appears and then text messages the station sends will be displayed. NO RT appears if no signal is sent. Frequency: Station frequency (non-RDS service). About characters shown on the display window When PS, PTY, or RT signals appear on the display window, some special characters and marks may not be displayed correctly. NOTE
: Nabdka dalho nastaven (OTHERS) RESUME funkci
Poznmka: Pokud tikrt zadte heslo chybn, nemete vybrat jinou poloku ne EXIT.
Mete aktivovat nebo deaktivovat pokraujcho pehrvn (strana 29). ON SCREEN GUIDE
Mete aktivovat nebo deaktivovat funkci zobrazovn pomocnch ikon (strana 20).
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