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User reviews and opinions
|matrim||3:24am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|The headphones are value for your money. Only $30 for a pair of headphones that sounds better than a pair of Beats by dr. dre Studios. These are outstanding quality for $30 headphones. Rich and full sound. However I have trouble wearing them for extended periods of time. I love this headphones for its easy not styli... Easy to use, very comfortable. Dude these sound so good, I prefer the sound ... Sonic Sound Quality The look turn heads (Not in a good way).|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||10:34pm on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|EXCELLENT BLU RAY PICTURE ! IT WAS LIKE WATCHING IT FOR THE FIRST TIME ; GREAT PRICE NEWEGG NONE Nice packaging by Iogear utilizing all recyclable material. I have quite a few Iogear products, and they all are excellent.|
|sunwarm||7:54pm on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|These are probably the best headphones you can buy without spending a hundred dollars or more. The ear speakers fold up. I love the Koss headphones, i always have liked Koss even better than Sony or any other maker of headphones they make my music sound tremendous. Happy with purchase. Since the headphones collapse, they are very portable. They are also very sturdy. I already had a pair of Sennheiser px-100 headphones.|
|adavid123||1:00am on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010|
|Once you select the appropriate size buds out of the 3 pairs it comes with, these are great because they plug out ambient noise. I liked the ear budz very much the 3 size attachments are great for my son. The quality of sound is simply amazing.|
|theedo||12:35pm on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Great for the price I purchased these because I lost my Bose in-ear headphones and did not want to spend $100 on an expensive pair again.|
|spqrdecker||9:05am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|I bought these to go with my 5G nano. Apparently my ears are a bit too small for the buds that come with the nano.|
|Ozzy||2:14am on Saturday, April 24th, 2010|
|Call me herectic, but I think the Koss Portapro is generally overrated. I had read so many reviews praising the PortaPro that I decided to get them.|
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3. Technical Data
Notice regarding separation from mains-power
The POWER switch does not completely disconnect the device from the power network. Additionally, the device consumes power when in standby-mode. In order to completely disconnect the device from the power the power plug must be pulled out of the power socket Power consumption : TV standard: Video standard: Measurements (L x W x H): Weight : Operating temperature: Humidity: 15 Watt PAL/SECAM PAL/NTSC 225 x 170 x 40 mm ca. 885 g +5 - +35C 5 - 90 % (No condensation)
Notice regarding the handling of batteries/rechargeable battery pack
The remote control is operated by batteries and the device by a rechargeable battery pack. For the handling of batteries/rechargeable battery packs please observe the following:
Primary: Secondary: Manufacturer: Model: 100-240 V~50/60 Hz max. 0,4A DC 9 V 1.5 A Shenzhen e-One Electrical Co., Ltd. E-AWD135-090B
Risk of explosion!
Do not throw batteries/rechargeable battery packs into a fire. Do not recharge the batteries. Only charge batteries that are specifically marked "rechargeable". Charge the supplied battery power pack exclusively with the portable DVD player and the supplied power supply unit. Do not use any other charging device or power supply unit. Never open, solder or weld batteries/rechargeable battery packs. Regularly check the condition of the batteries/ battery power pack. Depleted batteries/rechargeable battery packs can damage the device If you do not intend to use the device for an extended period, remove the batteries/battery power pack. In the event of the batteries/battery power pack leaking acids, wear protective gloves. Clean the battery compartment and the battery contacts with a dry cloth.
Input: Output: Model: DC 12 V/max. 10 A 1500 mA KH 6504
Type: Model: Lithium Ion rechargeable battery KH 6504 Rechargeable Battery pack 9-12 V 7,4 V 2800 mAh
Model: Impedance: Power rating: Sensitivity: HX206-3 mW 105 +/- 3 dB at 1kHz
Digital audio output
4. Operating elements
y TITLE: Access the title menu u MENU/PBC: Access disc menu,
set playback control
q Operation LEDs w POWER ON/OFF switch e Infrared sensor
Top panel (with device flipped open)
i FUNCTION: Access display settings o STEP: Individual frame playback a SLOW/FINE: Slow motion function (DVD),
fine tuning (TV)
r DVD/USB/CARD: setting the DVD, USB or
memory card playback
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MODE: Setting the DVD, AV or TV mode PREV/NEXT / / OK: Confirm input
: Control buttons
REPEAT: Repeat function A-B: Repeat sequence VOL -/+: Volume increase/decrease PREV DOWN/ NEXT UP: Title/Chapter backwards/forwards
(DVD); Frequency reduce/increase
VOL -/+: Volume increase/decrease PLAY/PAUSE : Start/Suspend playback STOP : Stop playback OPEN: Open disc tray
Disc tray Speaker Display
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AV: Display video input RETURN: Move back a level in the menu
Battery compartment (on the rear panel) DVD/USB/CARD: Set the DVD, USB or memory card mode TV: Access the TV mode REV /MEM: Search forward (DVD); Programming channels (TV) FWD /AUTO: Search backwards (DVD); Automatic channel search (TV) PLAY/PAUSE : Start/Suspend playback STOP : Stop playback CLEAR: Clear the entry ZOOM: Enlarge/reduce image size MARK: Place a bookmark : Control buttons ENTER: Confirm input SETUP: Access the Setup menu ANGLE: Set camera position AUDIO: Set the audio language SUBTITLE: Set the subtitle N/P: Set the TV system MUTE: Switch off sound PROG: Programme playback order
DC IN 12 V
Headphones output AUDIO IN/OUT COAX: Coaxial audio in and output
Mini-USB connection Card slot for MMC/SD/MMS cards ANT: 75 Antenna input
Power supply unit plug
Remote control q DISPLAY: Superimpose disc information w STA/FRQ: Display TV channel,
TV system and TV frequency
e Number buttons 0-9 r 10+: Enter two digit number t TIME: Access playback settings
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Unlock battery power pack Battery power pack Charging condition LED
Carrying strap Headphones Storage case Video cinch cable with cinch plug and socket Audio cinch cable with 3 cinch plugs Antenna
5. Starting Up the Device
1. Remove the DVD player and its accessories from
2. Remove all adhesive tapes, foils and transport
Do not permit small children to play with plastic packaging. There is a risk of suffocation!
75 Antenna plug
5.2 Check the delivered contents
Before puting the device into use, check that all items are present and free of visible damage. DVD player Infrared remote control 1 Remote control battery, 3 V, Type CR2025 (Button cell) Audio cinch cable with 3 cinch plugs Video cinch cable with cinch plug and socket 12 V Vehicle adapter Power supply unit plug 1 Rechargeable battery pack Headphones Carrying case and strap This operating manual
5.3 Preparing the remote control
Inserting the battery
For first time activation you only need to pull out the protective foil that protudes from the battery compartment in order to prepare the remote control for operation. For future battery changes proceed as follows:
In order to use the device you need only to provide a power supply. You can connect it to a power socket via the rechargeable battery or you can run it with the 12V vehicle adapter. In addition the device can be connected to other input and output devices: with a television set with a video or DVD recorder with a receiver, also, for example, a stereo system with a Dolby Digital system
1. Pull the battery compartment out of the remote
Make sure that all devices are switched off before you connect them. Do not plug the device into the mains power until all connections have been made.
2. Remove the depleted battery and insert a new
battery of the type CR2025 (Button cell) into the battery compartment. Make sure that the battery is inserted in accordance with its correct polarity. 3. Slide the battery compartment back into the remote control.
6.1 Mains power connection
Connection with the power supply unit
Using the remote control
Point the remote control to the Infrared sensor on the front panel of the device. You can use the remote control for distances of up to approx. 8 m from the device.
1. Plug the device plug of the supplied power
supply unit into the socket on the side of the device 2. Plug the power supply unit into a power socket.
6.2 Charging the battery
Connection with the 12 V vehicle adapter
The DVD player is equipped with a rechargeable battery pack, which will operate the device if no power source is available. For this the rechargeable battery must be charged for approx. 3.5 hours before the first use and for each full charge thereafter. A fully charged battery allows for a playback time of approx. 2 1/2 hours (depending on the type of playback, for example, the volume). 1. Plug the device plug of the power supply unit or the 12 V vehicle adapter into the socket DC IN on the side of the device. 2. Plug the power plug of the power supply unit into the power socket or the 12V vehicle adapter into the Vehicles cigarette lighter socket. While the battery is charging the charging condition light on the side of the battery is illuminated red. When the battery is fully charged the charging condition light on the side of the battery turns green.
1. Plug the device plug of the 12V vehicle adapter
into the socket on the side of the device.
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Playback of an external devices audio and video signals with the DVD player
The sound of an external device connected to the DVD players audio input will also playback if the device is set to an operating mode other than AV.
6.4 Connecting the antenna
For reception of an analogue TV signal the DVD player must have an antenna connected to it. This can be achieved by connecting to your house antenna via an antenna cable or with the supplied wand antenna.
Connecting the wand antenna
You can playback images and sound from an external device via the DVD player. 1. For sound transmissions insert the audio cinch cable's red jack plug into the AUDIO IN/OUT COAX socket of the DVD player. 2. Insert the white and red cinch plugs of the audio cinch cable into the corresponding audio output of the external device. 3. Insert the video cable's yellow jack plug into the VIDEO IN/OUT socket of the DVD player. 4. Connect the cinch socket of the video cinch cable with the corresponding video output of the external device. 5. Switch on the DVD player and the external device. 6. In order to playback the external device's audio and video signals press the AV button on the remote control. 7. In order to switch back to the DVD player's display press the DVD/USB/CARD button.
1. Insert the plug of the supplied wand antenna into the ANT socket on the side of the DVD
2. For mobile operation place the wand antenna
close to the DVD player.
Depending on the data carrier the display can remain black for a few seconds until the DVD players image is again displayed.
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Connecting the antenna cable
Carry out the required connections as described in chapter 6 and provide a power supply. Lift up the TFT display screen.
7.1 Switching the DVD player on and off
Set the POWER ON/OFF switch to the ON position to switch the DVD player on. The TFT display screen switches on and the background image appears. If no disc is inserted into the disc tray the notice LOADING will appear briefly followed by the notice NO DISC. To switch the DVD player off again set the POWER ON/OFF switch to the OFF position.
1. Insert your house antenna's 75 antenna cable plug into the ANT socket on the side of
the DVD player.
6.5 Headphone connection
Only use the supplied type HX206-001 headphones.
Buttons on the device and the remote control
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4 PG 13:
3 PG: 2 G: 1 KID SAFE:
for teenagers under 16, adult supervision is recommended; adult supervision strongly recommended; some scenes are not suitable for children under 12; adult supervision recommended; for all age groups; also suitable for small children.
Set the subtitle language here, which should be used as standard when playing back the film.
If a DVD was encoded with, for example, approval class 7 or 8 and you have an approval class setting between 1 and 6 then a message follows and the password must be entered. Also only parts of the DVD, that is to say certain film scenes, may be encoded with an approval class or various approval classes. To activate the age approval select an approval class and then enter your password with the number buttons in the password request box that follows. The factory default password is 888888. Confirm your entry by pressing the OK/ENTER button.
PREFERRED MENU LANGUAGE
Set the disc menu language here, which should be used as standard when playing back the film.
* * PREFERENCE PAGE * * TV TYPE AUDIO SUBTITLE DISC MENU PARENTAL DEFAULT Auto ENG ENG ENG KID SAFE G PG PG 13 PGR R NC17 ADULT
In the menu PASSWORD SETUP PAGE you can change the factory default password and enter a new password for the child lock.
Some DVDs and CDs are encoded with an encryption signal. In this way DVDs can be divided into eight different approval classes. Select one of the following approval classes to protect the playback of this media class with a password request: 8 ADULT: for adults only; 7 NC 17: not for teenagers under 18 years of age; 6 R: for teenagers under 16, adult supervision is strongly recommended;
* * PREFERENCE PAGE * * TV TYPE AUDIO SUBTITLE DISC MENU PARENTAL DEFAULT Auto ENG ENG ENG RESET
LOAD DEFAULT SETTINGS
Here select the input RESET and press the OK/ENTER button to return the DVD player to its factory default settings.
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If you switch on PBC during playback then it is possible that playback will stop and start again from the beginning and/or with the main menu.
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Superimpose/fade out subtitles
This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to carry out a function that is not available the symbol will be displayed on the television screen. In the event that the film on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD has subtitles available then you can superimpose these on the television screen during playback by pressing the SUBTITLE button. With the first press of the SUBTITLE button the subtitle of the first available language will be superimposed on the television screen. With each additional press of the SUBTITLE button the subtitles in subsequent available languages, one after the other, will be superimposed on the television screen. The number of the currently superimposed subtitle language will be superimposed on the television screen (i.e. "1/10" for the first of ten available subtitle languages). When the last of the available subtitle languages is superimposed (i.e. "10/10" for the tenth of ten available subtitle languages) then you can switch off the subtitle function by pressing the SUBTITLE button again. OFF is superimposed in the display.
With the first press of the AUDIO button the first available playback language will be switched on. With each additional press of the AUDIO button other available playback languages, one after the other, are switched on. The respective switched on playback language is superimposed in the display.
Superimpose disc information
This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. With this function you can superimpose all the available information from a DVD/VCD/S-VCD inserted into the DVD player onto the television screen during playback. To do this During playback press repeatedly the DISPLAY button to superimpose, one after the other, the following information:
Change playback language
This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to carry out a function that is not available the symbol will be displayed on the television screen. With many films on DVD/VCD/S-VCD you can select another playback language during playback by pressing the AUDIO button.
With DVDs: the current title number/the total number of titles the current chapter number/the total number of chapters the played back so far time in hours, minutes and seconds (TITLE ELAPSED) the time to the end of the film in hours, seconds and minutes (TITLE REMAIN) the played back so far time of the chapter in hours, minutes and seconds (CHAPTER ELAPSED) the time to the end of the chapter in hours, seconds and minutes (CHAPTER REMAIN)
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10.4 Programming function
In the case of VCDs/S-VCDs: the current title number/the total number of titles the played back so far time of the current playback title on the VCD/S-VCD in hours, minutes and seconds (SINGLE ELAPSED) the time to the end of the current playback title in hours, seconds and minutes (SINGLE REMAIN) For audio CDs: the current title number/the total number of titles the total elapsed time the played back so far time of the current playback track on the CD in minutes and seconds (SINGLE ELAPSED) the time to the end of the current playback track in minutes and seconds (SINGLE REMAIN) the total played back time of the CD in minutes and seconds (TOTAL ELAPSED) the time to the end of the CD in minutes and seconds (TOTAL REMAIN) To fade out the disc information press the "DISPLAY" button again.
You can programme a playback sequence for the titles and chapters that are available on the DVD, VCD, S-VCD disc. For this, during playback, press the PROG button to superimpose the following window:
The upper line shows the total number of titles (TT:) available on the disc. Under this the programme positions 1-10 are listed, programme position 1 is highlighted. 1. With the number buttons enter the number of the title that is to be played back first. The upper line will now show the chapters available in this title (CH:). 2. With the number buttons enter the number of the chapter that is to be played back. The highlighting moves to the programme position 2. 3. Select with the control buttons further programme positions and enter title and chapter numbers for the programme position. To display the next 10 programme slots select, with the control buttons , the field and press the OK/ENTER button. You can allocate up to 20 programme positions. To delete entries in a programme position select the programme position and press the CLEAR button. To cancel the programme function select the EXIT field and press the OK/ENTER button. All allocated programme positions are deleted. 4. You can start playback of the programme positions by selecting the START field and pressing the OK/ENTER button.
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During the programmed playback the notice PROGRAM appears in the display. The programme list will be deleted as soon as you press the STOP button.
Display of AVI and MPEG data
11. Displaying MP3/WMA/ JPEG/AVI and MPEG data
Insert a storage medium. The contents of the data medium will be shown on the display:
Display of MP3 data
Display of JPEG data
The data will be listed on the left (Data window). Folders will be depicted with the symbol. To superimpose the folders available on the disc press the PROG button repeatedly until the notice FOLDER appears at the bottom of the display. Press the PROG button again repeatedly until the notice FILELIST appears at the bottom of the display. Folders will now fade out and all data on the disc is represented in a list. The area on the right is intended for the previewing of JPEG images. A preview appears as soon as you highlight a JPEG data in the data window. At the bottom is located the information bar, in which is displayed the image size (JPEG Image) as well as the medium (DISC, USB or SD/MMC), on which the data is located. Select a data with the help of the control buttons. Confirm the selection by pressing the OK/ENTER button. The data will be played back and/or the JPEG image displayed. 1. To open a folder, select the folder and press the OK/ENTER button. The contents of the folder will be listed. 2. To reach a higher folder level select the symbol with the input "." and press the OK/ENTER button.
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12. Playback of MP3/ WMA/ AVI and MPEG discs
Select a data with the help of the control buttons. Confirm the selection by pressing the OK/ENTER button. Playback starts immediately. With the playback of music or video data the following functions can be used:
12.1 Repeat function with MP3/WMA/AVI/MPEG/ JPEG discs
During playback press the REPEAT button several times to apply the following repeat functions (the set function appears in the display): REPEAT ONE Endless repeat of the current title/image. REPEAT FOLDER Repeat of the current folder. FOLDER Repeat all folders. SHUFFLE Random playback of all titles/images. RANDOM Random playback of all titles/images whereby each title/image will played back only once. SINGLE One time playback of the current title/image (Repeat function off).
See "10. Playback of DVD, S-VCD and VCD discs".
12.2 Playback of JPEG discs
With the control buttons highlight an image and press the OK/ENTER or PLAY/PAUSE button to open the image. The image is shown in the display. Subsequently change the view to the next available image on the disc/in the folder. To show the currently displayed image longer press the PLAY/PAUSE button. To continue playback press the PLAY/PAUSE button again. You can access an image direct by entering the image data number with the number buttons and then confirm by pressing the OK/ENTER button. With the control buttons you can rotate the image in increments of 90 during playback. During playback press the STOP button to display a miniature view of all the images in the folder/on the disc. 12 miniatures will be displayed on each page. With the control buttons select an image and start playback with the OK/ENTER or PLAY/PAUSE button.
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Slow (only with AVI and MPEG data)
Step (only with AVI and MPEG data)
Zoom (only with JPEG, AVI and MPEG data)
With the control buttons select one of the following inputs from the bottom display line and confirm with the OK/ENTER button. Slide Show Starts a slide show of the images in the folder/on the disc Menu Shows the available button functions for JPEG playback. Press the OK/ ENTER button until this view has faded out. Prev changes to the previous page Next changes to the next page Press the MENU/PBC button to change back to the data list again.
13.1 Compatible data mediums
With your device you can playback MP3/WMA/JPEG/AVI/MPEG data from USB data mediums (Universal Serial Bus = universal interface for data transfer) like, for example, a USB Stick or Flash memory card in the SD/MMC format.
Due to the vast number of available storage mediums there can be no guarantee of compatibility with all current and future storage mediums. Do NOT connect to the device any hard discs that are equipped with a USB connection! This can result in the loss of data!
12.3 Programmed playback with MP3/WMA/AVI/MPEG/ JPEG discs
You can programme a playback sequence, in which the titles on a disc shall be played back. Switch, if necessary, to the data list by repeatedly pressing the PROG button until FILE LIST shows at the bottom in the display. With the control buttons select the title, which should be played back first. Press the MARK button to move the title to the play list. In the same manner highlight further titles and move these to the play list. To display the play list repeatedly press the PROG button until the notice PLAYLIST appears at the bottom in the display. Start playback from the play list by highlighting a title and then press the PLAY/PAUSE button and/or the OK/ENTER button. To delete a title from the play list highlight the title and press the MARK button. The title will be removed from the play list.
13.2 Using USB/SD/MMC data mediums
1. Insert the USB plug of the USB data medium
into the USB port of the DVD player (and/or an SD or MMC card into the card slot for SD/MMC cards "2").
SD memory card
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14. TV mode
MMC memory card
Your portable DVD player is equipped with an analogue TV tuner, with which you can receive analogue television signals on the frequency bands VHFH, VHFL and UHF in the PAL or SECAM television standards. Press the TV button to change to the TV mode. With the DVD/USB/CARD button you can change back to the DVD and/or USB or memory card mode.
2. Press the DVD/USB/CARD button repeatedly until at
the bottom in the display the notice USB and/or CARD appears. The playback of MP3/WMA/AVI/MPEG/JPEG data is exactely the same as playback from a disc. To switch back to the disc playback again press the DVD/USB/CARD button repeatedly until at the bottom in the display the notice DISC appears.
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17. Glossary / Key Word Index
17.1 What are DVDs, VCDs and S-VCDs?
DVD is the short form for "Digital Versatile Disc". DVDs are a storage medium for audio and video data; they are available in 8 cm and 12 cm (Diameter) formats. Because of the much higher storage capacity as compared to CD-Rs/CD-RWs DVDs can provide a playback duration of up to eight hours for the audio and video data stored on them.
17.2 What are Title and Chapter?
Title is the name given to the largest units of image and sound units on DVDs; on many DVDs the (Main) film has the title number 01. For bonus material (i.e. Film trailer, background information etc.), that is available on many DVDs, other possible title numbers can be used. Chapter is the name given to the next smaller image and sound units beneath title. If the DVD/VCD/ S-VCD or its title is divided into chapters, numbers are assigned to you, through the input of which the chapter can be selected direct. Bear in mind that not on all DVDs are the DVD or the title divided into (numbered) chapters Chapters are also designated as "Scenes" (i.e. in the main menu of DVDs)
"Video CD" (VCD) and "Super Video CD" (S-VCD) are designations for two processes of compressed storage, thus space saving, of films on CDs. VCDs and S-VCDs are available in 8 cm and 12 cm (Diameter) formats. Their storage capacity is a great deal lower than that of DVDs. For this reason they only offer a playback duration, for the saved audio and video data on them, of 20 minutes (8 cm format) and/or 74 minutes (12 cm format).
17.3 Dolby Surround
Dolby Surround is an analogue sound format, by which the two channels of a stereo sound signal are used in order to accommodate room sound information for further channels. With a Dolby Surround decoder the signals are again converted into sound and/or music and are fed to two additional loudspeakers, which are to be situated behind the listening area.
VCDs are available in two versions: With version 1.1 VCDs/S-VCDs only audio and video data can be played back. With version 2.0 VCDs/S-VCDs, PBC (Playback Control) functions are available. In addition still images can be played back in a higher resolution.
In comparison to Dolby Surround sound format, with Dolby Prologic an additional channel in the stereo signal is used; this is the so called "Centre" channel. The corresponding centre loudspeaker is to be situated in the middle between the stereo loudspeakers. The deepest sounds are fed to a bass loudspeaker, the so called "Subwoofer". The subwoofer can be placed in any desired location in the room; the logic for this is that the bass sounds that the subwoofer puts out can scarcely be localized exactely by the human ear
Playback Control (PBC)
Version 2.0 VCDs/S-VCDs have Playback Control (in short "PBC") at their disposal. Then on the VCD/S-VCD a main menu is available, by which various functions of the VCD/S-VCD are allowed to be operated.
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17.5 MP3, WMA, JPEG and MPEG
Dolby Digital (5.1)
Dolby Digital, also designated as AC3, is a digital sound format, by which up to six seperate audio channels can be transported. With most of the current DVDs, the sound is stored in the so called "Dolby Digital 5.1" format; the "5" in the title "5.1" stands for three front and two rear surround sound channels, the "1" for the bass sound chanel.
MP3 denotes a process and/or format developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for the compression of audio data. In the MP3 format compressed music pieces are only a fraction of their original size, which, for example, on CD-Rs/CD-RWs allows for storage of a considerably greater volume of music than on commercially available audio CDs, on which audio data is stored in the CDA format. The structure of an MP3-CD can, for example, appear as follows, if the MP3 data is stored in files:
DTS is the abbreviation for "Digital Theatre System" and and denotes one of the most common surround sound formats for DVDs. As with Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS uses three front and two rear surround sound channels as well as a bass sound channel.
17.4 What are PAL, NTSC and SECAM?
PAL is the abbreviation for "Phase Alternation Line". PAL is the mid and west Europe (Exception: France, see the heading "SECAM") customary and most wide spread colour television standard.
WMA ("Windows Media Audio") is a data format developed by Microsoft for audio data.
NTSC is the abbreviation for "National Television System Committee". NTSC is a colour television standard that is primarily used in the USA and Japan.
JPEG ("Joint Photographics Expert Group") denotes a wide spread graphic format, developed by the organization with the same name, with which image data of the colour and grey scales are compressed.
SECAM is the abbreviation for the french "systme en couleur avec mmoire". SECAM is the customary colour television norm in France and many east European countries and at present still the most widely spread system in those countries.
MPEG ("Moving Picture Experts Group") refers to a video compression format.
17.6 What are files?
As opposed to audio CDs the title on a CD-R/CDRW with MP3-, WMA- or JPEG data can be stored in files, for example, in order to file titles from different genres.
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Disposing of the appliance
Do not, under any circumstances, discard the appliance in the household refuse. Dispose of the appliance through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility. This appliance is subject to the European Guidelines 2002/96/EG. Observe the currently applicable regulations. In case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal centre.
20. Warranty & Service
The warranty for this appliance is for 3 years from the date of purchase. Should you have grounds for complaint, despite our high quality standards, please contact our Service Hotline. In the event that your complaint cannot be resolved over the telephone, you will receive from them a processing number (RMA number) as well as an address, to which you can send your product for warranty processing. In the case of a mail-in shipment please enclose a copy of the purchase receipt (sales slip). The appliance must be securely packed and rhe RMA number clearly visible. Shipments without an RMA number can not be processed.
Disposal of batteries/rechargeable battery packs
Batteries must not be disposed of in the household waste. Every consumer is legally obliged to dispose of batteries at a collection site of his community/city district or at a retail store. This obligation is intended to ensure that batteries/rechargeable battery packs are disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Only dispose of batteries when they are fully discharged.
The warranty provisions cover only material or factory defects. The warranty provisions do not cover worn out parts damage to breakable parts like switches or rechargeable batteries. This product is for private use only and is not intended for commercial use. The warranty is void in the case of abusive and improper handling, use of force and internal tampering not carried out by our authorized service branch. Your statutory warranty claims are not restricted by this warranty.
Disposal of packaging
Dispose of all packaging materials in an environmentally friendly manner.
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