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|lilu||3:26pm on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
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KH 6507 DVD Player
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THE SILVERCREST KH 6507 DVD PLAYER CONTAINS A TECHNOLOGY FOR COPYRIGHT PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS US PATENTS AS WELL AS OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF MACROVISION CORPORATION AND OTHER COPYRIGHT OWNERS.
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MANUFACTURED UNDER LICENSE FROM DOLBY LABORATORIES, INC.
DOLBY AND THE DOUBLE D SYMBOL ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF DOLBY LABORATORIES, INC. CONFIDENTIAL UNPUBLISHED WORKS.
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THE SILVERCREST KH 6507 DVD PLAYER IS LICENSED AS A DIVX CERTIFIED PRODUCT.
Komperna Handelsgesellschaft mbH, Burgstrae 21, D-44867 Bochum, Deutschland/Germany www.kompernass.com
KH6507 GB v.1.0 09-22-2004
2. Notes on safety. 6 3. Use and Functions. 7 4. Delivery Contents. 7 5. Technical Data. 7 General......7 Video Output......7 Audio Output......7 Digital Audio Output.....7 6. Components, Operating Elements, Connections and Displays. 8 Front of the Device......8 Information on the Display.....8 Rear of the Device.....8 Remote Control......9 7. Setting Up the DVD Player. 10 7.1. Unpacking the Components.....10 7.2. Inserting the Batteries into the Remote Control....10 7.3. Selecting a Suitable Setup Location for the DVD Player....10 7.4. Connecting the DVD Player to a Television....10 7.4.1. Connecting to a Television via Scart Cable/RGB....10 7.4.2. Connecting to a Television via S-Video....11 7.4.3. Connecting to a Television via the Video Input (Composite Video)...11 7.4.4. Connecting a Television via the Component Signal (YCbCr/Progressive Scan and YUV)..12 7.5. Connecting the DVD Player to a Video Projector....13 8. Connecting Audio Components to the DVD Player. 13 8.1. Connecting a HiFi System to the DVD Player....13 8.2. Connecting Digital Audio Components to the DVD Player....13 8.2.1. Connecting via Digital Cable.....13 126.96.36.199. Connecting via Coaxial Cable.....13 188.8.131.52. Connecting via Optical Cable....14 8.2.2. Connecting via Analog Cable....14 9. Required Settings on the DVD Player Before Use. 14 9.1. Using the OSD Menu.....15 9.2. Language Settings.....15 9.3. Configuring the Television Display Format....15 9.4. Configuring the Television Standard....15 9.5. Configuring the Video Output / Television Mode....16 9.6. Audio Settings......16 9.6.1. Configuring the Analog Output.....16 9.6.2. Configuring the Digital Output....17 9.6.3. Configuring Prologic.....17 9.6.4. Configuring the Dynamic (Dolby Digital)....17 9.6.5. Settings for Mono VCDs/S-VCDs....17 9.6.6. Setting for HDCD Audio CDs.....18 9.6.7. Configuring Nighttime Mode.....18
9.6.8. Speaker Settings......18 184.108.40.206. Configuring Speaker Sizes....18 220.127.116.11. Configuring the Distances from the Speaker to the Listener...19 18.104.22.168. Setting the Speaker Volume Level....19 22.214.171.124. Playing a Test Sound....20 9.7. Activating the Screen Saver.....20 9.8. Activating the Automatic Memory Function...20 10. Using the DVD Player. 21 10.1. Inserting Discs.....21 10.2. Inserting Memory Cards with MP3/WMA/JPEG Files....21 10.2.1. SmartMedia Memory Cards (SM)....22 10.2.2. CompactFlash Memory Cards (CF I/CF II)....22 10.2.3. MultiMediaCard/SecureDigital Memory Cards (MMC/SD)...22 10.2.4. MemoryStick Memory Cards (MS)....22 10.3. Playing DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs.....22 10.4. Playing Audio CDs......23 10.5. Playing DVD-R/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW/CD-Rs/CD-RWs/Memory Cards with MP3/WMA/JPEG Files.23 11. General Functions During Playback. 24 11.1. Pausing Playback.....24 11.1.1. Stopping Playback....24 126.96.36.199. with Resume Function.....24 188.8.131.52. without Resume Function....24 11.2. Skip.....24 11.3. Fast Forward/Rewind.....25 11.4. Activating Various Playback Modes....25 11.4.1. Repeat Playback.....25 11.4.2. Repeating Sequences (AB)....26 11.4.3. Random Playback....26 11.4.4. Using the Bookmark Function.....26 11.4.5. Using the Program Function....27 11.5. Title/Chapter Selection with the Number Buttons....28 12. Special Functions for DVD/VCD/S-VCD Playback. 28 12.1. Calling Up the DVD Menu.....28 12.2. Selecting Chapters with the Search Function for DVD...29 12.2.1. Selecting Chapters by Time Position.....29 12.2.2. Selecting Chapters by Chapter Number...29 12.3. Slow Playback Forward/Backward.....29 12.4. Step Function.....29 12.5. Zoom In / Out.....29 12.6. Changing Camera Angles.....30 12.7. Showing/Hiding Subtitles....30 12.8. Changing the Playback Language....30 12.9. Displaying Disc Information.....30 13. Special Functions for Audio CD Playback. 30 13.1. Displaying Audio CD Information.....30 13.2. Selecting Track by Time Position....31 13.3. Selecting Passages of a Track by Time Position....31 13.4. Scan Function.....31
14. General Audio Functions of the DVD Player. 31 14.1. Adjusting the Playback Volume.....31 14.2. Muting the Sound.....31 14.3. Adjusting the Dialog Volume....31 14.4. Activating the Equalizer Function.....32 14.5. Activating the Spatializer Function....32 14.6. Activating the Bass Boost.....32 14.7. Activating the Treble Boost.....32 15. General Video Functions of the DVD Player. 32 15.1. Adjusting the Image Quality.....32 16. Other Functions of the DVD Player. 33 16.1. Preferences.....33 16.2. Using the Sleep Timer Function....33 16.3. Adjusting the Display Brightness.....34 16.4. Activating/Deactivating the Password Check....34 16.5. Selecting Your Own Password.....34 16.6. Using the Kid Safe Function.....34 16.7. Resetting the DVD Player to the Factory Settings...35 16.8. Switching Off the DVD Player....35 17. Cleaning the DVD Player. 35 18. Troubleshooting. 36 19. Glossary/Key Word Index. 37
2. Notes on safety
Danger! Do not place the DVD player.
Battery acid may leak from old batteries in particular. Remove all batteries from the remote control if you are do not use it for a prolonged period of time. This protects the remote control against damage from leaking battery acid.
in locations that are exposed to direct sunlight. Otherwise, it may overheat and be irreparably damaged. The risk of fire exists! in the immediate vicinity of heat sources. This includes ovens, fan heaters and similar devices as well as ventilation openings of other electronic devices. Otherwise, the DVD player may be irreparably damaged. The risk of fire exists! in damp environments. Otherwise, moisture may enter the DVD player.This creates the risk of an electrical shock and a fire! in the immediate vicinity of water, such as bath tubs or swimming pools. Never place containers filled with water (e.g. flower vases) on the DVD player. If water flows into the DVD player or the device falls into water, the risk of an electrical shock exists!
For damage from.
opening of the housing of the DVD player and/or remote control repair attempts by unqualified persons use of the DVD player that does not comply with the intended use
no liability is accepted or warranty offered! The DVD player becomes warm after it is switched on. This is no cause for alarm and does not indicate a technical problem.
of video CDs (VCDs) and super video CDs (S-VCDs). in the formats 12 cm (diameter) and 8 cm (diameter), labelled with the logo.
of audio CDs in the formats 12 cm (diameter) and 8 cm (diameter), labelled with the logo. generally for the file formats CDA (.cda), MP3 (.mp3), Windows Media Audio (.wma) and JPEG (.jpg) on the storage media CD-R, CDRW as well as memory cards of types CF I, CF II, SD, MS, MSPro, MMC and SM.
for stationary operation indoors. for private, non-commercial use.
Output level: Horizontal resolution: Signal-to-noise ratio:
1 0.2 VP-p (75 ) 500 lines 56 dB
For the playback of DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs/audio CDs and the file formats MP3 (.mp3), Windows Media Audio (.wma) and JPEG (.jpg), the following can be connected to the DVD player:
Stereo and mono televisions with the television formats PAL or NTSC and the image formats 4:3 LB, 4:3 Pan & Scan, 16:9 widescreen. Video projectors, provided they offer the corresponding connection options and the connection of a DVD player is intended/permitted by the manufacturer of the video projector.
Impedance: Output level: Harmonic distortion: Dynamic range: Signal-to-noise ratio:
1.8 + 0.2/0.8 Vrms (1kHz, 0dB) 0.01 % (JIS-A 1kHz, typical) 80 dB (JIS-A 1 KHz, typical) 95 dB (JIS-A 1 kHz, typical)
Digital Audio Outputs
Coaxial output and optical output
6. Components, Operating Elements, Connections and Displays
Front of the Device
q Power button (On/ Off) w Memory card slot flap e Disc tray r Display t button (Open/Close) y / button (Play/Pause) u button (Stop) i button (Skip Forward) o button (Skip Backward) a button (Search Forward) s button (Search Backward)
Information on the Display
sa o i
Fig. 1 Front of device
q Display "DVD" w Display "DTS" e Display "VCD"/"SVCD" r Display "Dolby Digital" t Display Angel Camera Symbol y Display "MP3" u Display title/chapter/file i Display "Pause" o Display "Repeat" a Display "Repeat All" s Display "Play" d Playback symbol
Rear of the Device
d sa oi
Fig. 1.1 Information on the display
d RCA socket "Center f RCA socket "SL" g RCA socket "FL" h Socket "Optical" j Socket "Euro Scart" k Power cord with plug l Socket "Pr/Cr" ; Socket "Pb/Cb" 2) Socket "Y" 2! Socket "Coaxial" 2@ RCA socket "FR" 2# RCA socket "SR" 2$ RCA socket "Subwoofer" 2% RCA socket "Video" 2^ Socket "S-Video"
9.4. Configuring the Television Standard 1 Select the main menu item Preference Page and the
submenu item TV System.
3 You can switch between the available options by
pressing the control buttons up/down. To select the desired option: Press the OK button once the option is highlighted in yellow.
2 Select the television standard of the television
connected to the DVD player: Auto With this setting, the standard with which the DVD/VCD/S-VCD was recorded is selected automatically. Only set Auto if you have connected the DVD player to a multi-standard television.
4 When you have completed configuring the desired
settings, you have the following options:
a If you would like to configure additional settings in
other submenus: Press the left control button until you can once again switch between the main menu items with the left/right control buttons.
PAL With this setting, DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs recorded with the PAL standard are played. DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs that were recorded with the NTSC standard are automatically converted and played in the PAL format. Set PAL if you have connected the DVD player to a PAL television. NTSC With this setting, DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs recorded with the NTSC standard are played. DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs that were recorded with the PAL standard are automatically converted and played in the NTSC format. Set NTSC if you have connected the DVD player to an NTSC television.
3 Select the submenu item TV Mode. If the DVD player is
connected to the television via the YCbCr (progressive scan) connection option: In this case, select the option PSCAN. If the DVD player is not connected to the television via the YCbCr connection option: Select the option Interlace.
If you have selected an incorrect video output, the television screen may suddenly go black. This is not a defect of the television or the DVD player! In such a case: Press the Video Out button until an image once again appears on the television screen.
9.6. Audio Settings 9.6.1. Configuring the Analog Output
1 Select the main menu item Audio Setup Page, then the
The correct setting depends on the television to which you would like to connect the DVD player. In most cases, your television will correspond to the typical television standard for your country, unless you purchased it in a different country. If you are not certain which television standard is typical in your country, consult the operating manual of the television. submenu item Speaker Setup.
2 In the Analog Setup menu, select the submenu item
3 Select one of the options
LT/RT Select this option if you
On this topic, refer to Section 19. "Glossary / Key Word Index".
have connected a HiFi system (and a subwoofer) to the DVD player. have connected a surround sound system to the DVD player and would like to use only its front speakers and the subwoofer.
9.6.4. Configuring the Dynamic (Dolby Digital)
To balance out the volume differences between loud and soft passages during playback of Dolby Digital sound:
submenu item Dolby Digital Setup.
2 In the Dolby Digital Setup menu, select the submenu item Dynamic.
3 Use the control buttons to set a value between Off
9.6.5. Settings for Mono VCDs/S-VCDs
These settings are only relevant for playing VCDs/SVCDs. The sound on VCDs/S-VCDs may be available as
1-language in stereo or 2-language in mono
1 In the Audio Setup Page, select the submenu item
Dolby Digital Setup.
9.6.3. Configuring Prologic 1 Select the main menu item Audio Setup Page, then
the submenu item SURROUND.
2 In the submenu Dolby Digital Setup, select the
submenu item Dual Mono.
3 For mono VCDs/S-VCDs, select one of the options
2 In the 3D Processing Page, select the submenu item
STEREO: You will hear the first language from the front left and the second language from the front right speaker. L-MONO: You will hear the first language from the front left and right speakers. R-MONO: You will hear the second language from the front left and right speakers. MIX-MONO: You will hear both languages respectively from the front left and front right speakers.
2 In the Analog Setup submenu, select the submenu
item POST DRC. Here you can configure the Nighttime Mode for playing DVDs. This mode can be useful if you wish to watch a DVD at night. Select one of the options On, Off or Auto.
9.6.8. Speaker Settings
The steps described below only refer to the connection of the DVD player to an audio component via analog cables. If you have selected one of the digital connection options
9.6.6. Setting for HDCD Audio CDs
connection via coaxial cable or connection via optical cable,
These settings are only relevant for the playback of audio CDs encoded according to the HDCD system.To make use of the advantages of HDCD, the HDCD filter of the DVD player must be activated.How to activate/ deactivate this filter is described in the following steps.
you do not have to configure the speaker settings described below on the DVD player, but rather on the respective audio component. Consult the operating manual of this audio component for information on how to configure these settings. For optimal sound, it is necessary to adapt the audio playback to
2 Choose between the options
Off Select Off if you do not want to play HDCD audio CDs with the DVD player. With this setting, the HDCD filter of the DVD player is deactivated. On Select On if you want to play HDCD audio CDs with the DVD player.With this setting, the HDCD filter of the DVD player is activated.
the connected audio components, the spatial conditions at the location of the DVD player / audio components and your personal preferences.
184.108.40.206. Configuring Speaker Sizes
To configure the speaker settings if you have connected the DVD player to an audio component via analog cable:
9.6.7. Configuring Nighttime Mode
When you lower the playback volume with the volume buttons, this affects all 6 audio channels. In other words, the volumes of background noises as well as music and dialogue are all lowered equally. In nighttime mode, however, only the playback volume of background noises, music, etc. is lowered. This makes the dialogue remain clearly audible even at a low playback volume.
2 In the Analog Setup Page, select all speakers in
turn: Front Select the option.
Large, if large speakers are connected for the front audio channels on the audio component.
Small, if small speakers are connected for the front audio channels on the audio component.
AUDIO SETUP PAGE
Center Select the option.
Large, if a large center speaker is connected to the audio component. Small, if a small center speaker is connected to the audio component. Off, if you would like to deactivate the audio channel for the center speaker or no center speaker is connected to the audio component Rear Select the option.
SPEAKER SETUP SPDIF SETUP DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP CHANNEL DELAY CHANNEL TRIM EQUALIZER SURROUND HDCD CENTER Fig. 12 Audio setup men
Enter the distance values for all speakers here. The distance values to be entered are calculated according to the following formulas:
Large, if large rear speakers are connected to the audio component. Small, if small rear speakers are connected to the audio component. Off, if you would like to deactivate the audio channels for the rear speakers or no rear speakers are connected to the audio component. Subwoofer Select the option.
Distance for center speaker = distance of the left/right front speaker to the listening position - distance of the center speaker to the listening position Distance for the left/right rear speakers = distance of the left/right front speaker to the listening position - distance of the left/right rear speaker to the listening position Distance for subwoofer = distance of the left/right front speaker - distance of the subwoofer to the listening position
3 Press the OK button once. Initially, the center speaker is
selected, as can be seen in the yellow marking on the screen. Press the left/right control buttons to select the distance from the center speaker to the listener.You can set the distance between 0 and 170 cm. Press the OK button once the correct distance is displayed.
On, if a subwoofer is connected to the audio component. Off, if you would like to deactivate the audio channel for the subwoofer or no subwoofer is connected to the audio component. Note:
4 Now press the up/down control buttons to select the
additional speakers and the subwoofer. The selected speaker will be highlighted in yellow on the screen. Press the OK button once the correct distance is displayed for each speaker. 220.127.116.11. Setting the Speaker Volume Level 1 In the Audio Setup Page, select the submenu item Channel Trim.The following screen is displayed:
If you have selected the option Off under Center, Rear and Subwoofer, the audio playback takes place only on two channels (stereo).
18.104.22.168. Configuring the Distances from the Speaker to the Listener
For an optimal sound experience, the distance from the speakers to the listern should be configured correctly. If the distances are configured correctly, the sound from all speakers should reach the listener position at the same time. To do this:
1 Measure and record the distances from all speakers
to the listening position.
2 In the Audio Setup Page, select the submenu item Channel Delay.The following screen is displayed:
LEFT Fig. 13 Adjusting the speaker volume
2 Initially, the left volume control for the front left
speaker is selected. Press the up/down control buttons to set the volume level between 10 and -10 dB.
The audio channel that should currently be playing the test sound is indicated at the bottom of the OSD menu.
4 To deactivate the test sound, select the option Off. 3 Then press the left/right control buttons to select
the other speakers. The currently selected speaker is indicated at the bottom of the screen. Set the desired volume levels here as well.
9.7. Activating the Screen Saver
The screen saver prevents images displayed for long periods from being burned into the television screen. When the screen saver is activated, it is automatically displayed as soon as
4 Once you have set the volume levels, press the OK
button. The screen disappears.
If you are not certain which value is right for you, configure this setting from your listening position while playing a DVD/VCD/S-VCD. Test all the settings until you have found one that sounds best to you.
OSD menu is displayed on the screen for an extended period of time and no button is pressed on the remote control / DVD player during this time.
22.214.171.124. Playing a Test Sound
We recommend activating the screen saver.To do this: To test the audio settings for the playback of 5.1 channel surround sound, the DVD player has a test sound. To activate the test sound:
1 Select the main menu item General Setup Page and
the submenu item Screen Saver.
The test sound can only be activated if.
2 Select the option On to activate the screen saver.
Select the option Off to deactivate the screen saver.
in the Analog Output Setup Page, the submenu item Downmix is set to off and no disc is inserted into the DVD player.
9.8. Activating the Automatic Memory Function
This function is not available for all discs!
1 Select the main menu item Audio Setup, then the
submenu item SPEAKER SETUP. The DVD player has an automatic memory function. If it is activated,.
2 In the Analog Output Setup Page, select the
submenu item Test Tone.
the DVD player "remembers" the last disc played. the DVD player saves the point at which playback of the disc was interrupted.
3 Select the option On. Do not close the OSD menu
while the test sound is playing. The test sound can be heard as a static on each of the connected speakers in turn. It is output to the audio channels in the order.
If the disc is inserted back into the DVD player, the playback is continued from the saved point. To activate the automatic memory function:
Left (front left speaker) Center (center speaker) Right (front right speaker)
the submenu item Last Memory.
2 Choose between the options On and Off.
Right Surr (rear right speaker) Left Surr (rear left speaker)
10. Using the DVD Player
After you have
6 The contents of the inserted disc are now loaded;
this may take a few seconds. "Loading" is displayed on the television screen during this process.
6 Press the Card button to display the memory contents.
10.3. Playing DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs
DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs generally have a region code that is printed on their cases. The DVD player can only play DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs with.
Fig. 15 Differences between SM memory cards
SmartMedia memory cards (3.3 V) must be inserted into the bottom memory card slot. Insert SM memory cards with the contacts first and slide them straight into the bottom memory card slot. It is essential that
the region code 2 or the symbol
If no region code is printed on the case of a DVD/VCD/S-VCD, it may not be possible to play it. In this case, this is not a malfunction of the DVD player.
the side of the memory card that contains the contacts must face down and the angled corner of the memory card points to the left.
7 As soon as the contents of the inserted disc have
been loaded, the following is shown in the display of the DVD player:
10.2.2. CompactFlash Memory Cards (CF I/CF II)
CompactFlash memory cards of types 1 and 2 must be inserted into the top memory card slot. Insert CF memory cards with the contacts first and slide them straight into the memory card slot. The side of the memory card labelled with the manufacturer logo must face downward.
Fig. 16 Information in the display for DVD/S-VCD
q For DVDs: DVD
10.2.3. MultiMediaCard/SecureDigital Memory Cards (MMC/SD)
MultiMediaCard/SecureDigital memory cards must be inserted into the bottom memory card slot. Insert MMC/SD memory cards with the contacts first and slide them straight into the bottom memory card slot. It is essential that For VCDs/S-VCDs: VCD or S-VCD
w The current audio playback setting, in this example:
the Dolby Digital symbol (depending on the inserted DVD).
e The elapsed play time of the DVD/VCD/S-VCD currently being played in hours, minutes and seconds.
r The number of the current chapter or track. t The symbols and for the playback mode.
Playback of the inserted disc begins automatically. It is possible that the contents will not be played immediately but a selection menu displayed on the television screen instead. In this case: Use the control buttons of the remote control to select the desired menu item. Then press the OK button.
7 As soon as the contents of the inserted CD-R/CDRW/memory card with MP3/WMA/JPEG files have been loaded, the CD-R menu is displayed on the screen.
Press the Mark button once during playback. The bookmark menu is displayed on the screen
With the program function, you can combine
Audio CDs/VCDs/S-VCDs tracks DVDs chapters
into an individual title/chapter/file sequence. You can specify the order in which the titles/chapters/files should be played. You can combine a maximum of twenty titles/chapters/files for programmed playback.
Fig. 21 Display of the bookmark function
2 As soon as the playback has reached the point at
which you would like to set the bookmark: Press the Play button once. The following is displayed:
What are titles and chapters? On this topic, please refer to Section19. "Glossary / Key Word Index".
For Audio CDs/VCDs/S-VCDs: The number of the track that contains the selected passage. The time position of the bookmark in minutes and seconds. For DVDs: The number of the title that contains the selected passage. The number of the chapter that contains the selected passage. The time position of the bookmark in hours, minutes and seconds.
To combine titles/chapters/files for programmed playback:
1 For audio CDs/VCDs/S-VCDs: During playback or
while playback has been stopped, press the Program button once. The program menu is displayed on the screen:
Fig. 22 Display of the program menu for audio CDs
3 If you would like to set additional bookmarks: Use the
up/down/left/right control buttons to select additional memory positions for bookmarks. Press the Play button again when you would like to set the bookmark.
Each of the numbered fields stands for one of the available program memory positions for titles. You must enter the desired title numbers after these numbers.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have set all the desired bookmarks. To delete bookmarks: Select the number of the bookmark with the up/down/left/right control buttons. Then press the CLR button. The bookmark is now deleted. Once you have set all the desired bookmarks, press the "Mark" button once to hide the bookmark menu on the screen.
1 For DVDs: During playback or while playback has
been stopped, press the Program button once. The program menu is displayed on the screen:
5 If you would like to skip to the passages at which
you have set bookmarks at a later time: Press the Mark button again. The bookmark menu is displayed on the screen.
Fig. 23 Display of the program menu for DVDs
6 Select the desired bookmark with the control
buttons. Then press the Play button. Playback starts immediately at the location at which you set the selected bookmark.
11.4.5. Using the Program Function
Each of the numbered fields stands for one of the available program memory positions for chapters. After these numbers, you must now enter.
5 To clear the program, press the Program button
again during playback. In the program menu, first select the Stop option and press the OK button. Then select the EXIT option and press the OK button again. "Program" is no longer displayed on the screen. The program function is now deactivated.
in the input field labelled TT: The title number under which the desired chapter is stored on the DVDs. in the input field labelled CH: The number under which the desired chapter is stored on the DVDs.
11.5. Title/Chapter Selection with the Number Buttons
Instead of using the Skip function, you can also select titles/chapters of a disc using the number buttons on the remote control. To do this:
If you are not certain which number a desired title or chapter has: Select the desired chapter during playback with the Skip Forward/Skip Backward buttons. Then press the Display button to display information about the DVD/VCD/S-VCD on the screen. Here you will find the current title and chapter numbers, among other information.
1 During playback or during paused playback, press
the number buttons on the remote control that correspond to the desired title/chapter number. Press one of the buttons 1 to 9 to enter single-digit title/chapter numbers. To enter title/chapter numbers from 11 to 19: Press the 10+ button followed by one of the buttons 1 to 9. Example: To select title/chapter 15, press the 10+ button followed by the 5 button.To select title/chapter numbers 20 or higher: Press the 10+ button until the first digit the desired title/chapter number is displayed on the screen. Then press the number button that corresponds to the second digit of the desired title/chapter number. Example:To select title/chapter 35, first press the 10+ button three times.Then press the 5 button.
2 Enter the title and chapter numbers in the input
fields with the number buttons 1 to 9. Example: To enter the title or chapter number 01, press the number button 1. To enter the title or chapter number 15, press the 10+ number button followed by the 5 number button. To enter the title or chapter number 25, press the 10+ number button twice followed by the 5 number button. If you would like to delete an entry in one of the input fields: Select the corresponding input field with the control buttons and press the CLR button. The entered numbers are deleted. If you would like to delete the entries in all input fields: Use the control buttons to select the EXIT option beneath the input fields. Then press the OK button. The program menu is hidden, all entries are deleted. Once you have entered the title/chapter number, the green selection indicator automatically moves to the next program memory position.
3 In the Analog Output Setup Page, select the submenu item Dialog.
4 Use the up/down control buttons to set the dialog
volume between the values 0 and 20. Then press the OK button.
0 and 1 for 1 minute; 0 and 0 for 0 seconds
13.4. Scan Function
If you activate the scan function, the titles on the inserted audio CD will be played for a few seconds each in the order in which they are found on the disc. The playback ends with the last track on the audio CD. To activate the scan function
1 Press the Digest button during playback of an
audio CD. "Scan" is displayed on the screen.
14.4. Activating the Equalizer Function
The sound playback can be modified by various equalizer settings. Each equalizer setting has its own characteristic emphasis in the treble, middle and bass ranges. This allows you to adjust the sound playback to your personal listening preferences. To activate the various equalizer settings:
14.6. Activating the Bass Boost
The DVD player has a double bass boost function. When the bass boost function is activated, the bass tones sound "fuller" and richer. To activate the bass boost function:
submenu item Equalizer.
3 Select the submenu item Effects. Select one of the
3 Select the submenu item Bass Boost. Choose between
the options On and Off.
options: Rock Pop Live Dance Techno Classic Soft Off
4 If you would like to also activate the second bass
boost level: Return to the submenu item Equalizer and select the submenu item Super Bass. Choose between the options On and Off.
14.6. Activating the Treble Boost
In addition to the bass boost, the DVD player also has a boost function for treble tones. To activate this:
4 To deactivate the equalizer function: In the submenu
item Sound Mode, select the option Off.
1 Press the Setup button to display the OSD menu. 14.5. Activating the Spatializer Function 2 Select the main menu item Audio Setup Page, then the
and then the submenu item Password Mode.
5 Enter the desired new password again in the input
field Confirm PWD.
3 Select the option 6 Press the OK button. Your new password is now
On to activate the password check. The password check is activated in the default factory settings. Off to deactivate the password check. Because the password check is activated in the factory settings, a window now appears. Enter the factory-set password 136900 into the input field Password in this window. Use the number buttons for this. Then press the OK button.
If you forget your password: The old, factory-set password 136900 can still be used.
16.6. Using the Kid Safe Function
Many DVDs and VCDs/S-VCDs have an age rating. The age rating indicates the age groups for which the contents of the DVD/VCD/S-VCD are intended. The age rating is usually printed on the disc case and/or on the DVD/VCD/S-VCD itself. The DVD player has a kid safe function with three possible levels.This prevents the playing of DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs that are not rated for the configured age group.To select an age rating level:
16.5. Selecting Your Own Password
You can replace the factory-set password 136900 with a password of your own choosing. This must consist of six digits. You can use the numbers 0 to 9. To change the factory-set password:
and then the submenu item Password.
1 Press the Setup button to display the OSD menu. 2 Select the main menu item Preference Page and then
the submenu item Parental.
3 Select one of the three age rating levels here:
G Only DVDs with no age limitation or with an age rating of G can be played. PG 13
Before resetting to the factory settings, consider the following: All of your previous settings in the OSD menu will be lost after the reset.
3 Select the option Reset. The DVD player is now
No DVDs with an age rating of PG 13 or higher can be played. Adult To switch the DVD player off: All of DVDs can be played. reset to the factory settings.
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