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OPTODISC FUNCTION TEST REPORT
PRODUCTS WRTIE SPEED READ SPECFICATION +R -RW +RW -RAM -R +R -RW +RW -RAM
1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 4x 4x 1x 1x 1x 1x Panasonic DMR-E100H Panasonic DMR-E200H 1-4x 1-4x 1x 1x 1x Philips DVDR-70 Philips DVDR-75 1x 1x 1x Pioneer 310S Pioneer DVR 77H Pioneer DVR 99H Pioneer DVR 510H Pioneer DVR 515H Pioneer DVR 520H SHARP DV-HRD1 SHARP DV-HRD2 SHARP DV-HRD10 SHARP DV-HRD350 Sony RDR-A11 Sony RDR-GX7 Sony RDR-HX10 Sony PSX 1x 1-4x 1-4x 1-4x 1-4x 1-4x 1x 1x 1x 1-4x 1x 1x 1-4x 1-4x 1x Toshiba RD-X3 1x 1x 1x Toshiba RD-XS32 Toshiba RD-XS41 Recordable DRIVE Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer A Pioneer A06 Pioneer A07 Pioneer SK11B (slim) LGLG-Hitachi 4040 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1x 1x 1x 1-2x 1x 1x 1-2x 1-2x 1x 1-2.4x 1-2.4x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2-3x 2-3x OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK 2.4x 2.4-4x 2x 2.4x 2-3x OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x 1x OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK
July 20 V1, 2004
drive Spec. Highest speed drive Spec. Highest speed drive Spec. Highest speed
Apex 9000 JVC M1 JVC MH5 Lite-On LVW-5001 Lite-On LVW-5005 Mustek R100A Mistubishi E500 Mistubishi E600`
-RW +RW -RAM
2.4x 1x 1x 2x 4x 4x 1x 1x 1x 1x 4x 4x 2.4x 2.4x 2x 2.4x 1x 1x 2x 2x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x
2x 2x 2x 2x 3x 3x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 1x 1x 1x 1x 2x 2x 2x 2x 4x 1x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 2x
1x 1x 1x 1x 4x 4x 4x 4x 8x 1x 1x 1x 4x 1x 1x 4x 4x 1x 1x 1x 1x 4x 4x
2.4x 2.4x 2.4x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x 2x
2x 2x 1x 1x 2x 2x 4x 2x 1x 2x
1x 1-2x 1-4x
-RW +RW -RAM -R +R -RW +RW -RAM
1x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-4x 1-2x 1x 1-2x
1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-8x 1-2x 1-2x 1-4x 2.4-4x
2x 2x 4x 4x 8x 2x 2x 4x
2.4x 4x 2x 2.4x 3x
LG-Hitachi 4081B LG-Hitachi 4082 B LG-Hitachi 4120 B Sony DRU-500ULX Sony DRU-530 A Sony DRU-700 A Samsung W08
1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-8x 1-8x 2.4-8x
1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-4x 1-2x 1-4x
2.4-4x 2.4-4x 2.4-4x 2.4X 4x 4x 2.4-4x 2.4-4x 2.4-4x 2.4x
2-3x 2-3x 2-3x
OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK
OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK
OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK
OK OK OK
4x 8x 8x 4x 4x 4x 8x 8x 8x
8x 8x 12x 4x 4x 4x 8x 8x 8x 2.4x 4x 8x 4x 8x 4x 8x 4x 4x 8x 8x
2x 4x 4x 2x 2x 2x 4x 4x 4x
2.4x 2.4-4x NEC Plextor PX504A Plextor 708A Philips 8301 Philips 8401 TDK 420N (NEC 1100) TDK 440N (NEC 1300) TDK 840G (Plextor 708A) TDK 880N (NEC 2500) Panasonic LF-D311 Panasonic LF-D210 Panasonic LFD-521(9571) Panasonic LF-D621 Panasonic LF-P667 Panasonic SW-9583 NEC NEC NEC NEC Toshiba 5002 Toshiba SD-R5112 Toshiba SD-R5272 Toshiba SD-R6012 Toshiba SD-R6112 Toshiba W2002 Samsung SH-W08A (OEM Toshiba SD-R52 1-4x 2.4-4x TEAC DV-W50E (Pioneer) HP DVD300Xi HP DVD400i NEC MITSUMI DW-7801TE (NEC 1100) MITSUMI 7872TE (BTC 1008 IM) Asus (Pioneer A07 OEM) Aopen 4410 Aopen 8800 (NEC 2500) Artec 8x4x12 BenQ DW 400A BenQ DW 800A BenQ DW 822A BenQ DW 830A BenQ DW 1600A Lite-On LDW-400D Lite-On LDW 411S Lite-On LDW 811S Lite-On LDW 851S 1-4x 2.4-4x 2.4-8x 1-4x 2.4-4x 2.4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-8x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-8x 2.4-4x 1-2x 2.4x 1-2x 1-4x 1-2x TEAC DV-58G (OEM Lite-On LDW 812S) 1-4x 2.4-8x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-4x 1-2x 1-4x 2.4-4x 2.4x 2.4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1x 1x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1x 1-2x 1-2z 1-2x 1x 1-2x 1-2x 1x 1x 1x 1x 2x 1-2x 1.4x 1-4x 2.4-4x 2.4x 1-4x 2.4-8x 2.4-4x 2.4-8x 2.4x 2.4-4x 1-2x 1-2x 1-2x 1-4x 2.4-8x 1-4x 2.4-4x 1x 1-2x 1-2x
Playing from a specific position on a disc..22
To locate a desired scene from the DVD menu.22 To locate a desired scene from the menu of the Video CD/SVCD with PBC...22 To specify a desired title...23 To locate a desired position in the current title or track [Time search]...23 To locate a desired scene from the display [DIGEST].24
AV COMPU LINK remote control system.. 58
Connection and setup..58 Operation...58
Changing the playback order..25
To playback in the desired order [Program playback].25 To playback in random order [Random playback].26
Troubleshooting.. 59 Frequently Asked Questions.. 61 Specifications.. 62 Appendix A: Country code list for Parental Lock.. 63 Appendix B: Glossary.. 64 Appendix C: Index.. 66
Introduction Supplied accessories
Audio/video cable (Yellow/White/Red) (x 1) R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F) battery (x 2)
Instruction manual (x 1) Component video cable (Red/Green/Blue) (x 1)
Remote Control Unit (x 1)
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AC power cord (x 1) AC power plug adaptor (x 1) (for PX model only)
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Notes on handling
Installation of the unit Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold (between 5oC and 35oC, 41oF and 95oF). Leave sufficient distance between the unit and the TV. Do not use the unit in a place subject to vibrations. Power cord Do not handle the power cord with wet hands! A small amount of power (1.3 W, for PX model:2.5W) is always consumed while the power cord is connected to the wall outlet. When unplugging the unit from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the power cord. To prevent malfunction of the unit 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 unit. Do not use any non-standard shape disc available on the market, because it may damage the unit. Do not use a disc with tape, seals, or paste on it, because damage to the unit may result. Note about copyright laws Please check the copyright laws in your country before recording from DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, Video CD, SVCD, MP3 and JPEG discs. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws. Note about the copyguard system The DVD VIDEO disc is protected by the copyguard system. When you connect the unit to your VCR (or integrated TV/Video system), the copyguard system activates and the picture may not be played back correctly.
DOLBY DIGITAL DTS
Note that, with some formats and/or depending on the unit's "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" setting, digital audio signals are not always output from the unit's DIGITAL OUT jacks as are recorded on the disc. See "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" on page 50 for details.
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(For DVD VIDEO)
A DVD VIDEO disc is comprised of "titles" and each title may be divided into some "chapters". For example, if a DVD VIDEO disc contains some movies, each movie may have its own title number, and each movie may be divided into some chapters. In a DVD VIDEO KARAOKE disc, each song usually has its own title number and does not have chapters. Title 1 Title 2
Care and handling of discs
How to handle discs
When handling a disc, do not touch the surface of the disc. Since discs are made of plastic, they are easily damaged. If a disc gets dirty, dusty, scratched or warped, the images and sound will not be picked up correctly, and such a disc may cause the player to malfunction.
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
(For Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD)
An Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD is simply comprised of "tracks." Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
Do not damage the label side, stick paper to or use any adhesive on its surface.
Video CDs and SVCDs with Playback Control function
What is Playback Control function?
The Playback Control function, allows you to enjoy menu-driven operation and high-resolution still images which have a resolution four times greater than moving pictures. High-resolution still image display You can display high-quality images four times clearer than moving pictures. Menu-driven playback A selection menu is displayed when you start playing a Video CD and SVCD disc with the Playback Control feature. The selection menu shows a list of numbers for selection. Some discs may show moving pictures or a divided screen. You can interact with the screen using a menu display to select and play an entry. See example illustration below about basic feature of menu-driven playback (for details about PBC, see also page 22).
Press RETURN. Press RETURN. Press RETURN.
Make sure that discs are kept in their cases. If discs are piled on top of one another without their protective cases, they can be damaged. Do not put discs in a location where they may be exposed to direct sunlight, or in a place where the humidity or temperature is high. Avoid leaving discs in your car!
Maintenance of discs
If there are fingerprints or other dirt adhering to a disc, wipe with a soft dry cloth, moving from the center outwards. If a disc is difficult to clean, wipe with a cloth moistened with water. Never use record cleaners, petrol, alcohol or any anti-static agents.
Sometimes during play images may be garbled or noisy. This is sometimes due to the disc.
1 Moving picture Menu screen 3
Moving picture Moving picture Still picture Still picture
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Getting started Connections
*Before using the unit, you have to connect the unit to a TV and/or amplifier.
Before making any connections
Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made. Connect VIDEO OUT of the unit directly to the video input of your TV. Connecting VIDEO OUT of the unit to a TV via a VCR may cause a monitor problem when playing back a copy-protected disc. You may also have a monitor problem when connecting the unit to an integrated TV/Video system. TV The unit Getting started VCR
Connect directly NOTES
In the following description, "TV" may be substituted with "monitor" or "projector." Terminal names used for other components may be different from those used in the following description.
To connect to a TV
Connection to a conventional TV
You can enjoy playback by simply connecting the unit to a TV. Connect the unit to a TV equipped with stereo audio input and video input jacks using the supplied audio/video cables. The unit
AV COMPU LINK
PCM / STREAM RIGHT LEFT VIDEO COMPONENT 480p REMOTE PR 480i Y PB
In this connection, set the scan mode selector to "480i". TV
S-VIDEO OPTICAL COAXIAL
Scan mode selector Yellow
Audio/Video cable (supplied)
Connection to a TV equipped with an S-video jack
If your TV has an S-video input, you can get better picture quality by connecting it with the S-VIDEO output of the unit using the S-video cable instead of connecting the video input of the TV to the VIDEO jack of the unit. The unit
In this connection, set the scan mode selector to "480i".
Scan mode selector Red White S-video cable (not supplied) Audio cable (not supplied) White Red
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Connection to a TV equipped with component jacks
You can enjoy high picture quality by connecting the unit's COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks of your TV with the video cables. Blue Component video cable (supplied) The unit Green Red
PCM / STREAM RIGHT LEFT VIDEO Y S-VIDEO OPTICAL COAXIAL COMPONENT 480p REMOTE PB PR 480i
Blue Green TV
Y PB PR
Scan mode selector White Red
Audio cable (not supplied)
Connect "Y" to "Y", "PB" to "PB"(CB), "PR" to "PR"(CR) correctly. The unit supports the Progressive scan system(480p) as well as the conventional Interlace scan system(480i). If your television or monitor equipped with component jacks supports the progressive video input, you can enjoy a high quality picture by making the Progressive scan mode active. If your television equipped with component jacks does not support the progressive scan mode Set the Scan mode selector to "480i". If your television equipped with component jacks supports the progressive scan mode Set the Scan mode selector to "480p". If you want to select the scan mode between the interlace and progressive modes (depending on the source condition, or when connecting more than one television etc.) You can select the mode from the remote control unit. To do this, set the scan mode selector to "REMOTE". (See "To make the Progressive scan mode selection active from the remote control unit" on page 8 for details about how to select the scan mode from the remote control unit when the scan mode selector is set to "REMOTE".) NOTES
To connect to a stereo audio amplifier/receiver
You can enjoy high-quality audio by connecting the unit's audio output to your amplifier or receiver. Connect the unit's AUDIO OUT (LEFT/RIGHT) jacks to any line-level inputs (such as AUX, DVD, CD, etc.) of an audio amplifier or receiver. The unit
PCM / STREAM RIGHT LEFT VIDEO Y S-VIDEO OPTICAL COAXIAL COMPONENT 480p REMOTE PR 480i PB
White Audio cable (not supplied) White Red
Amplifier or receiver
When using the unit with a stereo amplifier or receiver, set "ANALOG DOWN MIX" in the "AUDIO" preferences to "STEREO" (see page 51). If your stereo amplifier or receiver has an AV COMPU LINK terminal, you can use the AV COMPU LINK function. See "AV COMPU LINK remote control system" on page 58 for details
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To connect to digital audio device
You can enhance the sound quality by connecting either of the unit's DIGITAL OUT jacks to the digital input of an amplifier, MD, etc. by using an optical or a coaxal digital cable (optional). The digital audio signal from a disc is directly transferred. If you connect the unit to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder or an amplifier with a built-in decoder by using an optional digital cable, you can enjoy high-quality surround sound. When you make digital connection, we recommend also to make the analog connection, because, depending on discs, no signal may be output from the DIGITAL OUT. When using the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack, remove the protection cap. Do not lose the removed cap. When the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack is not used, fix the protection cap into the jack. The unit
Coaxial digital cable (not supplied) Optical digital cable (not supplied) Digital equipment Audio cable (not supplied) White Red
For digital connection, connect the unit's DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) to the digital input of digital audio device using an optical or a coaxal digital cable. NOTES
When you connect the unit's DIGITAL OUT to a digital audio device, before using, set "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" in the "AUDIO" preferences correctly according to the connected audio device. If "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" is not set correctly, loud noise may be generated from speakers, causing damage to them. See "DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT" on page 50. When you connect the unit's DIGITAL OUT to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder (or amplifier with a built-in decoder) to enjoy surround sound, the unit's "D. RANGE COMPRESSION" setting in the "AUDIO" preferences is invalid. Make appropriate surround audio settings on the decoder. If your digital audio device has an AV COMPU LINK terminal, you can use the AV COMPU LINK function. See "AV COMPU LINK remote control system" on page 58 for details
4 Press ENTER.
Manufacturer code list Manufacturer
AIWA BEIJING CCE CHANGHONG DAEWOO FERGUSON FINLUX FUNAI GRADIENTE GRUNDIG HITACHI ITT JINXING JVC KONKA LG (GOLDSTAR) MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI
Adjusts the TV volume.
17, 15, 38 01, 23, 24, 03
MIVAR NEC NOBLEX NOKIA PANASONIC PEONY PHILCO PHILIPS RCA SAMSUNG SANYO SEARS SHARP SONY TCL THOMSON TOSHIBA ZENITH
04, 11 34, 38, 39 10, 17, 05 12, 33, 34, 35 13, 08,14 09
If there is more than one code listed for the manufacturer of your TV, try them one by one until you succeed.
To control the volume of a JVC's amplifier or receiver
You can control the volume of a JVC's amplifier or receiver by using the AMP VOL +/ buttons on the remote control unit.
Pressing the + button raises the audio volume of the amplifier or receiver, while pressing the button lowers the volume.
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In the following description, we assume that the buttons on the remote control unit are mainly used, however, you may use the corresponding buttons on the front panel if available. NOTE
Make sure that the TV - DVD switch on the remote control unit is set to "DVD" when using the 5//2/3 and numeric buttons for controlling the unit.
Turning on/off the unit
Press DVD STANDBY/ON on the remote control unit or press STANDBY/ON on the front panel. The STANDBY indicator on the front panel, which illuminates in red during standby, goes off.
You can turn on the unit by pressing the 3 button. In this case, the unit starts playback if the disc is set in the disc tray. If no disc is set, "NO DISC" appears on the display window. You can turn on the unit by pressing the 0 OPEN/CLOSE button on the front panel. In this case, the disc tray opens.
The opening display shown right appears on the TV screen. The following message may appear at the bottom of the opening display depending on the condition. NOW READING:The unit is reading the disc information. REGION CODE ERROR!: The region code of the DVD VIDEO disc does not match the unit. The disc cannot be played back. OPEN: The disc tray is opening. CLOSE: The disc tray is closing. NO DISC: No disc is loaded.
Even if you press the DVD STANDBY/ON on the remote control unit or STANDBY/ON on the front panel to turn off the unit, the unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as it is connected to the wall outlet. This state is called the standby mode. In this state, the unit consumes a very small amount of power.
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The initial setup before using the unit
We recommend you to set the display language, TV monitor type and digital output before using the unit, depending on circumstances, by following the procedure below. See "Changing the initial settings" on and after page 47 for details about each setting item.
When the resume mode is set to "ON"
While the disc you interrupted playback last time* is still on the disc tray (*By pressing 7 or by turning off the power.)
The unit resumes playback from the position you interrupted playback. If you press 3 then 7, the unit starts playback after the display window shows "RESUME PLAY". Note that you cannot resume playback if you interrupted playback last time by opening the tray. To play back a disc from the beginning (instead of the interrupted position) Carry out any of the followings: * Press 7 while stopped, then press 3. * Turn on the unit by pressing DVD STANDBY/ON on the remote control unit or STANDBY/ON panel then press 3. NOTES
If you change the "RESUME" setting on the "OTHERS" preference display to "OFF" or "ON" from "DISC RESUME", you cannot resume playback of a disc whose "resuming" position is memorized. However, if you again set "RESUME" to "DISC RESUME", you can resume playback of the disc. If you open the tray during RESUME mode is set to ON, the "resuming" point clears. The resume function cannot be performed with Audio CD, MP3 and JPEG discs. In the case of a Video CD/SVCD disc with PBC function, the unit may resume playback from a point slightly earlier or later than the point you interrupt playback last time. The unit may not resume playback exactly from the interrupted point, depending on the point. For a double-sided DVD VIDEO disc, the unit regards each side as a different disc. Therefore, when resuming playback of such a disc, make sure to set the disc with the resumed side down. When the unit memorizes the interrupted point of a disc, it also memorizes Audio, Subtitle and Angle settings (regardless of whether "RESUME" is set to "DISC RESUME" or "ON"). If you interrupt playback while the menu for a DVD VIDEO, SVCD or Video CD is shown on the TV screen, the unit may not memorize the interrupted position correctly, regardless of whether the "RESUME" mode is set to "ON" or "DISC RESUME".
on the front
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Variable speed playback
You can play back slowly or fast, or advance a picture frame by frame.
8 1/ 4/
To advance or reverse playback rapidly while monitoring
Basic operations Available : During playback
Method 1 (from the remote control unit only) Press 1 or.
Each press of 1 or increases the playback speed. You can select the speed among 2 x, 5 x, 10 x, 20 x and 60 x the normal speed. Pressing 3 returns the unit to normal playback.
Method 2 Hold down 4 or.
Holding down advances playback rapidly, while holding down 4 reverses playback rapidly at 5 times the normal speed. Releasing the button returns the unit to normal playback.
Press ENTER. Press "3".
Example (for Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD) To playback from 23(M):40(S)
To locate a desired scene from the display [DIGEST]
Available : The unit can display the opening scene of each title or chapter on a DVD VIDEO or each track of a Video CD/ SVCD. You can select a desired scene from those displayed on the TV screen.
RETURN SUBTITLE TITLE/ GROUP TV/VIDEO CANCEL
TIME TIME TIME TIME
You do not have to press "0" to enter the trailing zeros (for the last two digits in the example above).
During playback or while stopped For DVD VIDEO: For Video CD/SVCD: In any condition except Video CD/SVCD playback with PBC
1 Press DIGEST.
Up to nine opening scenes are displayed.
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Depending on the disc type and whether the disc is being played back or not, the contents shown on the TV screen differ. Disc type Unit status
While stopped DVD VIDEO
What is displayed
The opening scene of each title The opening scene of each chapter in the current title The opening scene of each track
Changing the playback order
You can play tracks on an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD in the desired order or in random order.
Video CD/ SVCD
While stopped or during playback
To playback in the desired order [Program playback]
Available : By programming tracks, you can play up to 99 tracks in any order. You may program the same track more than once.
2 Use 5//2/3 to move
to select the
If there are more than 9 scenes, the digest screen will have more than one page. In this case, pressing advances to the next page, while pressing 4 returns to the previous page.
ON SCREEN 3
When the lower right scene is selected, pressing 3 advances to the next page if available. Similarly, when the upper left scene is selected, pressing 2 returns to the previous page (if available). Depending on discs, it may take some time until all scenes of the current page appear on the TV screen. If you want to turn the page, you do not have to wait to press 4 or until all scenes appear.
The unit starts playback from the selected scene. NOTE
With some discs, depending on the contents, it may take some time until all the scenes appear on the screen.
The program table appears instead of the menu bar. The PROGRAM indicator lights in the display window on the front panel.
PROGRAM No. 6
Total Program Time TrackDisc
USE NUMERIC KEYS TO PROGRAM TRACKS. CANCEL DELETES THE LAST STEP. 7 DELETES ALL.
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4 Specify tracks in the desired order using the
To select a number between 1 and 10: Press the corresponding button for the number. To select a number higher than 10: Use the +10 button. Examples: To select 13: +To select 34: +10 +10 +To select 40: +10 +10 +Up to 99 tracks can be programmed. You may select the same track more than once. The total program time is shown at the right top of the program table. The total program time
To clear the program While stopped and the program table is shown on the TV screen, press 7. All the programmed tracks are erased. To exit the program mode After clearing all programmed tracks, press ON SCREEN. The program table is dismissed and the status bar appears on the TV screen. The PROGRAM indicator in the display window disappears and the unit quits program playback mode. NOTES
During program playback, you cannot edit the program contents. During program playback, pressing skip to the next selection of the program. Pressing 4 returns to the beginning of the current selection. To dismiss the program table: Press ON SCREEN. The program table is dismissed and the status bar is shown. To dismiss the menu bar (and the status bar): Press ON SCREEN.
Total Program Time TrackDisc 6
To playback in random order [Random playback]
Available : You can play tracks on a disc in random order by using the random function.
Selected track number If you specify a wrong track Use 5/ to move to the wrong track, then press TV/VIDEO - CANCEL. The track is erased and the subsequent programmed tracks move up. To clear the program while programming Press 7.
Repeat mode indicators On the TV screen, a window for repeat mode indication appears. You can check the current repeat mode from the window. The mode indication on the window is same as the one on the menu bar. (See pages 36 and 37.) (Screen example for repeat mode Indication window)
To stop repeat playback Press 7. When a DVD VIDEO disc is set, the unit stops playback and quits the repeat mode. When an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD disc is set, the unit stops playback but does not quit the repeat mode. To quit repeat playback Press REPEAT until the repeat mode indicator goes off in the display window.
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You can also select the repeat mode via the menu bar. See pages 36 and 37. When the program playback mode is active with an Audio CD, Video CD or SVCD, the repeat mode changes in the same manner. Note that, however, in the " " mode the unit repeats all the programmed tracks, instead of all tracks on the disc. During playback in the title/chapter/track repeat mode, if you skip the title/chapter/track using 4/, etc., the destination title/chapter/track is repeated. If appears when pressing REPEAT during DVD VIDEO playback You cannot repeat the title or chapter because of the disc contents. Repeat playback function cannot be used during Video CD/SVCD playback with PBC function.
Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD (Screen example for Audio CD)
Selected repeat mode
TRACK : all track repeat ALL : A-B : OFF current track repeat repeats a desired part (during playback only)
To repeat a desired part [A-B repeat playback]
TV7 TV8 TV9
4 Press ENTER at the beginning of the part you
want to repeat (point A).
The pull-down menu turns off. A-. The repeat icon shows (Screen example for DVD VIDEO)
5//2/3 ON SCREEN
During playback except Video CD/SVCD playback with PBC
5 Press ENTER at the end of the part you want
to repeat (point B).
A-B. The repeat icon show The unit locates "A" and starts repeat playback between "A" and "B".
To quit A-B repeat playback Press ENTER. The A-B repeat mode turns off, while the playback continues.
The pull-down menu for repeat mode selection appears under the.
3 Use 5/
to select "A-B".
Depending on the disc type and unit's status the repeat mode changes as follows: During DVD VIDEO playback
Selecting "OFF" from the pull-down menu for repeat mode selection, or pressing 4/ quits the A-B repeat mode and continues playback. You can also stop and quit A-B repeat mode by pressing 7.
The A and B points must be set in the same title/ chapter/track. To dismiss the menu bar: Press ON SCREEN. If appears when pressing ENTER during DVD VIDEO playback You cannot repeat the selected portion because of the disc contents.
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected audio.
(See page 30 for details about audio selection.)
Subtitle selection (During playback only) Selects the subtitle language.
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window. 2 Use 5/ to select a desired subtitle language. Example:
1/3 ENGLISH j 2/3 FRENCH j 3/3 SPANISH j -/3 OFF
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected subtitle.
(See page 29 for details about subtitle selection.)
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Angle selection (during playback only) Selects a desired scene angle in the multi-angle part.
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window. 2 Use 5/ to select a scene angle. Example:
1/3 j 2/3 j 3/3
3 Press ENTER to playback with the selected scene angle.
(See page 31 for details about angle selection.)
Menu bar functions for Audio CD/Video CD/SVCD
Menu icons The following table shows the menu bar functions available for Audio CD/Video CD/ SVCD. Note that, in the description of the operation column, we assume the associated icon is selected.
Time mode selection Selects the time mode shown in the display window on the front panel and in the status bar.
Press ENTER to select the time mode among the When you select "REM" while followings. stopped, you can change the track by pressing 4 or. TIME REM TOTAL T.REM Return to initial TIME: Current track elapsed time During stopped, "REM show the recording time of the current track, REM: Current track remaining time while "T.REM" show the total time of TOTAL: Disc elapsed time the disc. T.REM: Disc remaining time
Repeat mode Select the repeat mode.
OFF j TRACK j ALL j A-B j OFF TRACK: Current track repeat ALL: A-B: All track repeat Repeats a desired part (A-B repeat)
Time search (Except during Video CD/SVCD playback with PBC) Specifies the elapsed time from the beginning of the disc, from which the unit starts playback.
1 Press ENTER to open the pull-down window. 2 Use numeric buttons to enter a desired time. 3 Press ENTER to playback from the specified time.
(See page 23 for details.)
This function cannot be used during program playback.
Program (While stopped only) Specifies the playback order of tracks.
1 Press ENTER to bring up the program table. 2 Specify tracks in the desired order using the numeric buttons. 3 Press 3 to start program playback.
(See page 25 for details.)
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1 Press ENTER to activate random playback.
(See page 26 for details.)
Random (While stopped only) Activates random playback.
Audio selection (During Video CD/SVCD playback only) Selects the audio channel(s).
DVD 1j DVD 2 j DVD 3
See page 58 for details about AV COMPU LINK function.
See page 53 for details about the Parental Lock setting.
(PARENTAL LOCK display)
PARENTAL LOCK COUNTRY CODE LEVEL PASSWORD EXIT US NONE ____
NEW PASSWORD?. PRESS 0 ~ 9 KEY
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Limiting playback by children
This function restricts playback of DVD VIDEO discs which contain violent (and other) scenes according to the level set by the user. For example, if a movie which includes violent scenes supports the parental lock feature, such scenes which you do not want to let children view can be cut or replaced with other scenes. When selecting "PARENTAL LOCK" in the "OTHERS" page of the preference display (see page 52), pressing ENTER on the remote control unit brings up the PARENTAL LOCK sub-page shown below, in which you can make setting for limiting playback. (OTHERS display)
OTHERS RESUME ON SCREEN GUIDE AUTO STANDBY AV COMPULINK MODE PARENTAL LOCK ON ON 60 DVD1
To set Parental Lock for the first time [PARENTAL LOCK]
While the "OTHERS" page of the preference display is shown
1 Use 5/ to move
to select "PARENTAL LOCK" and press ENTER.
Press ENTER. (PARENTAL LOCK display)
See page 52 for details about how to bring up the "OTHERS" page. The Parental Lock on-screen display appears on the TV screen. points [COUNTRY CODE].
points [COUNTRY CODE], press ENTER to bring up the pull-down menu.
The country code whose standards were applied to rate the DVD VIDEO disc should be selected. See "Appendix A: Country code list for Parental Lock" on page 63. Changing the initial settings
3 Use 5/ to select the country code.
UG UM US UY UZ VA VC
moves to [SET LEVEL].
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points [LEVEL], press ENTER to bring up the pull-down menu.
In the pull-down menu, NONE and level "1" through "8" are available. "NONE" does not restrict playback. Level "1" is the strictest level. Discs rated higher than the selected level are restricted.
To change the settings [PARENTAL LOCK]
Available : You can change the Parental Lock settings later.
NONE 5 6
6 Use 5/ to select a desired parental lock
level, then press ENTER.
moves to [PASSWORD].
7 Enter your 4-digit password using the numeric
buttons (0 to 9).
PARENTAL LOCK COUNTRY CODE LEVEL PASSWORD EXIT US NONE 1234
8 Press ENTER.
The setting is set. moves to [EXIT]. Pressing ENTER again returns to the "OTHERS" page of the preference display.
The Parental Lock on-screen display appears on the TV screen. points [PASSWORD]. See page 52 for details about how to bring up the "OTHERS" page.
1 Turn on the main power of the television. 2 Insert a disc (or tape) into the source
3 Press 3 of the source component.
The following actions are performed automatically: Turning on the power for the television. Setting the source of the television to the external input (VIDEO-1 or VIDEO-2). Turning on the power for the receiver. Setting the source of the receiver to the component which has started playback.
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What appears to be a malfunction may not always be serious. Please go through the following list before requesting service. POWER Symptom
Power does not come on.
Power plug is not inserted securely. Plug in securely.
The remote control unit does not work.
Too far from the unit. The tip of the remote control unit is not pointed in the right direction.
More closer to the unit. Point the infrared light- emitting window toward the remote sensor on the front panel. (See page 10.) Replace the batteries with new ones. Take out the batteries and insert them again in the correct direction. Set the remote control unit for operating your TV. (See page 12.) To control the unit, set the TV - DVD switch to "DVD". To control your TV, set the TV DVD switch to "TV". (See page 11.) Turn off the power and unplug the power cord, then connect the power cord again.
Batteries are exhausted. Battery polarity is incorrect.
The remote control unit is not set for operating your TV. The TV/VIDEO - CANCEL, 5//2/3 or numeric buttons do not work. The TV - DVD switch is not correctly set.
Operation is not possible.
Microcomputer malfunction due to lightning or static electricity.
Moisture condensation caused by a sudden Turn off the power, then turn it on a few change of temperature or humidity. hours later. The disc does not allow the operation. Or a non-playable disc is loaded. When using the TITLE/GROUP button to select a title during DVD VIDEO playback, appears on the TV screen and the title cannot be selected. The disc does not allow the operation because of disc contents. Check and replace the disc. (See page 4.) Try to press 7 and select a title using the numeric buttons on the remote control
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No picture is displayed on the monitor.
Connection of video cable is incorrect. Input selection of TV is incorrect. Disc is not playable.
Connect the cable correctly. Select correctly. Use a playable disc. (See page 4.) Set the Scan mode selector on the rear panel to "480i", or set it to "REMOTE" and make the Progressive scan mode inactive by using the VFP-PROGRESSIVE SCAN button (see pages 7 and 8).
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Letter box A type of picture playback with the normal (4:3) TV screen. Black bars are shown at the top and bottom of the image to allow playing of wide-screen (16:9) DVD movie without cutting off any sides of the image on a 4:3 TV. Linear PCM audio Stands for "pulse code modulation". Linear PCM is the usual digital method without compression, used for audio playback of DVD Video discs, Audio CD discs, etc. Menu Most DVD VIDEO or Video CD/SVCD discs provide a menu, through which users can select a desired playback material, condition, etc. MP3 MP3 is an audio data reduction format, which stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3. Using MP3, you can achieve a data reduction of about 1:10. MPEG A family of Standards for compressing audio-visual information. "MPEG" standards include MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. Video CD and MP3 are based on MPEG-1, while DVD is based on MPEG-2. MPEG stands for Moving Picture coding Experts Group. Multisession A method of adding data to a CD-R/CD-RW in more than one recording session using the Track-At-Once method. NTSC (National television system committee) A black & white and color television system format used in U.S.A., Canada, Mexico and Japan. Packet Writing A method of writing data on a CD-R/CD-RW in small increments. Packets can be of fixed or variable length. PAL (Phase Alternation by Line) A color television system format used extensively in Western Europe. Pan scan A type of picture playback with the normal (4:3) TV screen, which is panned and zoomed across the wider movie picture, chopping off the left and right sides. Parental lock A DVD function that prevents undesired viewing by children depending on disc contents. You need a password to play back a locked disc in the normal condition. Otherwise, undesirable scenes are automatically skipped or replaced with other pictures. PBC PBC stands for "Playback control" and is a method of controlling disc play for Video CDs (VCD). You are able to interact with the disc through menus.
Progressive scan Progressive scan displays all the horizontal lines of a picture at one time, as a single frame. A progressivescan DVD player converts the interlaced (480i) video from DVD into progressive (480p) format for connection to a progressive display. It dramatically increases the vertical resolution. Region code Code identifying a geographic region of compatibility for a DVD. Sampling frequency The rate at which measurements of an audio signal are taken during A/D and D/A conversion. The measure is samples per second. Surround An audio system with more than two (left and right) channels, usually including rear channels, etc. S-video A video signal which improves picture quality over standard composite connections. Used on Super VHS, DVD, high end TV monitors, etc. Title The largest division on DVD VIDEO. Track The smallest division on Audio CD, Video CD and SVCD discs. Transfer rate The rate of transferring digital data. Usually the measure is in baud per second. The DVD system applies variable transfer rate system for high efficiency.
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