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|THIS DVD PLAYER IS THE BEST I HAVE EVER HAD. Before I had a Sony and had problems with it. When I received this one, it was the best ever.|
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DVD/CD/MP3 P LAYER
Shown: North American model (Black only) Europe: Black/Silver Asia: Black/Gold
One of the Best DVD-Player Buys in the History of DVD
An extraordinary entertainment machine! This solid, feature-packed, entry-level single DVD player grew out of Onkyos belief that movie and music lovers shouldnt have to spend a bundle to enjoy high-end performance. Along with incorporating many of the same components and circuit layout as its more expensive siblings, the DV-S555 builds on its forebears strengths to deliver picture precision and sound realism unknown at this price. It also offers an outstanding feature package rare for this class of DVD player, including MP3 playback, and is sonically matched to Onkyos digital surround TX-DS696, TX-DS595 and TX-DS494 receivers. Ideal for home-theater buffs who favor performance over frills.
96 kHz/48 kHz Selectable Digital Output While most DVD players downconvert 96/24 audio to 48 kHz and 20 bits for their digital outputs, the DV-S555 is one of the few mainstream DVD players that can provide a true 96 kHz/24-bit PCM digital audio bitstream through either its digital coaxial or optical TosLink connection, making it ideally suited to Onkyos TX-DS696, TX-DS595 and TX-DS494 receiverswhich, unlike older receivers, accept 96 kHz bitstreams. If you select the 48 kHz output in the set-up menu, then any DVD audio track containing a 96 kHz signal will be downconverted to 48 kHz by the DV-S555 for backwards compatibility with older components. Exclusive Direct Digital Path Unlike other DVD players that use PC-board copper traces to transfer the digital audio signal, the DV-S555 employs a high-purity, heavy-gauge, shielded cable to directly output the 96 kHz/24-bit digital bitstream straight from the disc to the back panel. The result is a noise-free digital audio signal that is less susceptible to flux. Outstanding Disc Compatibility While all DVD players can play CDs, the DV-S555 can also play both CD-Rs (write-once) and CD-RWs (rewritable), as well as CDs that hold MP3-coded files. MP3 Playback Instead of using your small computer speakers, you can play over your hometheater system the MP3 files you downloaded from the Internet and other sourcesup to 10 hours or more of music on a single disc, depending on the bit rate of the MP3 files. The DV-S555 will display the MP3 filenames on your TV screen, and you can program a playlist of up to 24 songs from the same disc.
State of the Art 192 kHz/24-Bit Burr Brown DAC This top-quality digital-to-analog converter utilizes Burr-Browns enhanced multi-level delta-sigma architecture, which employs 4th-order noise shaping and 8-level amplitude quantization to achieve excellent dynamic performance and improved tolerance to clock jitter. Passes PLUGE Signals Even small black-level errors will subtly deteriorate picture quality. But if a correct setting is achieved, there will be no adverse effects while viewing because there is no below-black video on normal DVDs. Thats why the DV-S555 can pass PLUGE (Picture Line Up Generation Equipment) signals, a widely used test pattern that makes it easy to accurately calibrate the black-level of a monitor to the DVD player. Quick-Start DVD Play The precision transport system, designed to provide unusually swift response, loads a DVD and displays the DVDs menu faster than virtually any other player available today. Subwoofer Output Extremely rare on a DVD playerits here so even those without a stereo system can hookup a powered subwoofer and enjoy dynamic movie sound from just their TV.
Shown: North American model
Plays DVDs, MP3 CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, Video CDs and Audio CDs Advanced 27 MHz/10-bit video D/A conversion Passes PLUGE signals Last play memory (5 DVDs) Program playback Program memory (24 DVDs) Condition memory (15 DVDs) for audio and subtitle languages, multi angle, video adjust, onscreen display (position), and parental lock DVD, CD & VCD fast forward and reverse (DVD: 3 speeds; CD/VCD: 2 speeds) Slow motion DVD playback (without sound) at 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 the normal speed 4-Mode repeat (title, chapters, tracks, A-B block) Random playback (DVD, CD, MP3 folder/track) 8-Language soundtrack capability 32 Subtitle languages Multi-aspect ratio (16:9, 4:3) Multi-camera angle Parental control Bit-rate meter display Full-time active video outputs (composite, S-video, component-video) Screen saver
Other Performance Features
Dual-laser optical pickup Full set of A/V outputs (component video [Scart for Europe], S-video & composite) DVD Quick-Start Play Dedicated subwoofer pre out High resolution onscreen display (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian) Front panel cursor control 3-Level display dimmer (bright, normal, low) Supplied A/V and S-video cables Supplied high-quality AC power cord Brushed aluminum front panel Full-function RI-compatible remote control (TV presets for North American models)
TV ON / STANDBY
OPEN / CLOSE
North American Models. 120 V AC, 60 Hz European/Asian Models. 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
LAST M COND. M DIMMER DISPLAY
North American Models. 14 W European/Asian Models. 15 W
Signal Readout System. Optical non-contact Linear Velocity
Single layer.. 3.49 m/s (Single Layer) Dual layer.. 3.84 m/s (Dual Layer)
North American Models. Standard NTSC European/Asian Models. PAL/Auto
Video Output.. 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Negative sync.,
Pin jack x 1, Scart x 1 (European models)
S-Video Output. (Y) 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Negative sync.,
Mini DIN 4-pin x 1, Scart x 1 (European models) (C) 0.286 Vp-p, 75
Component Signal Output
+ FUNCTION M
North American and Asian Models (Y) 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Negative sync., Pin jack x 1, (PB)/(PR) 0.7 Vp-p, 75
R,G,B Signal Output
European Models. 0.7 Vp-p, 75 , Scart x 1
Digital Audio Optical. -22.5 dBm x 1 Digital Audio Coaxial. 0.5 Vp-p, 75 , Pin jack x 1 Analog Audio.. 2.0 V (RMS), 470 , Pin jack (L, R) x 1, Scart x 1 (European models) Frequency Response. 4 Hz-20 kHz (44.1 kHz) 4 Hz-44 kHz (48 kHz) Harmonic Distortion.. 0.015 % Audio Dynamic Range. 96 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio. 100 dB Wow and Flutter.. Below threshold of measurability Dimensions (W x H x D).. 17-1/8 x 3-9/16 x 12-5/x 91 x 312 mm Weight... 7.5 lbs. /3.4 kg Supplied Accessories.. S-video cable x 1 Audio/Video cable x 1, Scart cable x 1 (European models), Remote control : RC-449 DV x 1 (North American models) RC-450 DV x 1 (European/Asian models)
REMOTE CONTROLLER RC-449DV
MP3 playback 192 kHz/24-bit Burr Brown audio DAC 96 kHz or 48 kHz selectable digital output Direct Digital Path Optical & coaxial digital outputs for DTS/Dolby Digital/PCM Audio dynamic range control Plays up to 10 hours of music on a single MP3 CD (depending on the MP3-file bit rate) MPEG processing (European models)
Full-function RI-compatible remote with TV presets for North American models (Illustration of remote for North American markets)
Due to a policy of continuous product improvement, Onkyo reserves the right to change specifications and appearance without notice. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS is a trademark of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Onkyo Corporation Sales & Product Planning Div.: 2-1, Nisshin-cho, Neyagawa-shi, OSAKA 572-8540, JAPAN Tel: 072-831-8111 Fax: 072-833-5222 Onkyo U.S.A. Corporation 18-10 Park Way, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458, U.S.A. Tel: 201-825-7950 Fax: 201-825-8150 http://www.onkyousa.com Onkyo Europe Electronics GmbH Industriestrasse 20, 82110 Germering, GERMANY Tel: 089-849-320 Fax: 089-849-3226 http://www.onkyo.net Onkyo China Limited Units 2102-2107, Metroplaza Tower I, 223 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Chung, N. T., HONG KONG, SAR of China Tel: 852-2429-3118 Fax: 852-2428-9039 http://www.onkyochina.com Onkyo Sight & Sound India Pvt. Ltd., No.1, Sriram Nagar, South Street, Alwarpet, Chennai 600 018, INDIA Tel: 91-44-467-2152 Fax: 91-44-467-2304
NPR No. 01N07 05/01 Printed in Japan
Before Using Your DVD Player 2
Thank you for purchasing the ONKYO DVD Player. Please read this manual thoroughly before making connections and plugging in the unit. Following the instructions in this manual will enable you to obtain optimum performance and listening enjoyment from your new DVD Player. Please retain this manual for future reference.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. Retain Instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed Warnings All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. Follow Instructions All operating and use instructions should be followed. Cleaning Unplug the appliance from the wall outlet before cleaning. The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer. Attachments Do not use attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards. Water and Moisture Do not use the appliance near water for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like. Accessories Do not place the appliance on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The appliance may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. PORTABLE CART WARNING An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. 13. Power-Cord Protection Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. 14. Lightning For added protection for the appliance during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the appliance due to lightning and power-line surges. 15. Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 16. Object and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into the appliance through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the appliance. 17. Servicing Do not attempt to service the appliance yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 18. Damage Requiring Service Unplug the appliance form the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: A. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the appliance, C. If the appliance has been exposed to rain or water, D. If the appliance does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the appliance to its normal operation, E. If the appliance has been dropped or damaged in any way, and F. When the appliance exhibits a distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service. 19. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 20. Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to the appliance, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the appliance is in proper operation condition. 21. Wall or Ceiling Mounting The appliance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 22. Heat The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
5. Do not touch the unit with wet hands
Do not handle the unit or power cord when your hands are wet or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the case, take the unit to an authorized service center for inspection.
6. Location of the unit
Place the unit in a well-ventilated location. Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation on all sides of the unit especially when it is placed in an audio rack. If ventilation is blocked, the unit may overheat and malfunction. Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or heating units as the units internal temperature may rise and shorten the life of the pickup. Avoid damp and dusty places and places directly affected by vibrations from the speakers. In particular, avoid placing the unit on or above one of the speakers. Be sure the unit is placed in a horizontal position. Never place it on its side or on a slanted surface as it may malfunction. When you place the unit near a TV, radio, or VCR, the playback picture may become poor and the sound may be distorted. In this case, place the unit away from the TV, radio, or VCR.
From time to time you should wipe the front and rear panels and the cabinet with a soft cloth. For heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry, and wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean cloth. Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or other chemical solvents or cloths since these could damage the finish or remove the panel lettering.
Notes on Discs
This section shows you how to handle, clean, and store discs.
This DVD Player can playback the following discs. Disc mark
About VIDEO CDs
This DVD Player supports VIDEO CDs equipped with the PBC (Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the abbreviation of Playback Control.) You can enjoy two playback variations depending on the type of disc. VIDEO CD not equipped with PBC function (Version 1.1) Sound and movies can be played on this DVD Player in the same way as an audio CD. VIDEO CD equipped with PBC function (Version 2.0) In addition to operation of the VIDEO CD not equipped with the PBC function, you can enjoy playback with interactive software and search function using the menu displayed on the TV screen (Menu Playback). Some of the functions described in this Instruction Manual may not work with some discs.
MP3 compatibility information
The CD-ROM must be ISO 9660 compatible. Files should be MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 format, 44.1 or 48kHz, fixed bit-rate. Incompatible files will not play and UNPLAYABLE MP3 FORMAT will be displayed. Not compatible with variable bit-rate (VBR) files. This system only plays tracks that are named with the file extension.mp3 or.MP3. This system is not compatible with multi-session discs. If you try an play a multi-session disc, only the first session will be played. Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your MP3 files. The disc must be finalized in order to play. Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular audio CD quality. Although this system will play lower bitrate MP3 tracks, the sound quality becomes noticeably worse at lower bit-rates. Only the first 8 characters of folder and track names (excluding the.mp3 extension) are displayed. This system can recognize a maximum of 250 folders and 250 tracks. Discs containing more than 250 folders or tracks will not play.
Remote controller  (RC-449DV for USA and Canadian models, RC-450DV for other models) Batteries (size AA/UM-3) 
S-video cable 
z cable 
Audio/video connection cable 
Power cord 
The following accessory may be available depending on the area which it was purchased. Conversion plug  (Use this plug if the power cord plug of the DV-S555 does not fit your AC outlet. Shape may vary according to the area where purchased.)
Preparing the Remote Controller
Inserting the Batteries
1 Open the battery compartment cover.
Using the Remote Controller
Point the remote controller toward the remote control sensor.
Remote control sensor
2 Insert the two R6 (size AA) batteries. Be sure to match the + and ends of the batteries with the diagram inside the battery compartment.
Place the unit away from strong light such as direct sunlight or inverted fluorescent light which can prevent proper operation of the remote controller. Using another remote controller of the same type in the same room or using the unit near equipment which uses infrared rays may cause operational interference. Do not put any object such as a book on the remote controller. The buttons of the remote controller may be pressed by mistake and drain the batteries. Make sure the audio rack doors do not have colored glass. Placing the unit behind such doors may prevent proper remote controller operation. If there is any obstacle between the remote controller and the remote control sensor, the remote controller will not operate.
3 Close the battery compartment cover.
Do not mix new batteries with old batteries or different kinds of batteries. To avoid corrosion, remove the batteries if the remote controller is not to be used for a long time. Remove dead batteries immediately to avoid damage from corrosion. If the remote controller does not operate smoothly, replace both batteries at the same time. The life of the batteries supplied is about six months but this will vary depending on usage.
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Index to Parts and Controls
For operational instructions, see the page indicated in brackets [ ].
I Front panel
1 POWER switch and STANDBY indicator 
Turns on the main power supply for the DV-S555. The DV-S555 enters standby state and the STANDBY indicator lights up. Pressing the switch again to the off position ( OFF) shuts down the main power supply into the DV-S555. Before turning on the power, make sure all cables are properly connected.
8 Cursor (2/3/5/) button/ENTER button [16, 19, 20, 25, 27-31, 37, 38, 44, 45, 49, 51, 52, 54]
5 COND. M button 
You can store in memory the settings for up to 15 DVDs. Press COND. M during DVD playback to memorize the settings.
6 TOP MENU button* [20, 24]
FUNCTION M button 
You can store in memory up to 5 settings. Press FUNCTION M to memorize and recall the settings.
7 Cursor buttons (2/3/5/)* [16, 19, 20, 25, 28-31, 37, 38] VOL +/ buttons  (USA and Canadian models only)
Use to move through the options on menu screens and to change settings.
CLEAR button [25-30, 33-35, 49]
8 RETURN button* [20, 38, 49, 52] TV/VCR button  (USA and Canadian models only)
SEARCH button 
Press to perform a title/folder, chapter/track or elapsed time search.
PROGRAM button [25, 28-31]
You can program titles, chapters, or tracks to play back in a desired order. Programs can be a maximum of 24 steps. Additionally, DVD programs for up to 24 discs can be stored in the players memory for future use.
9 PAUSE 8 button 
Press to pause playback of a disc. Press again to resume playback.
0 STOP 7 button [16, 20, 22, 28, 30, 34]
Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to resume from a point shortly before the location where it was stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the beginning of the disc when playback starts again.
A-B button 
Press at the beginning and end of the section you want to repeat or to mark a location you want to return to.
DVD/TV switch (USA and Canadian models only) 
(Buttons indicated with * are used for menu operation.)
Connecting to a TV
Refer also to the instruction manual of the TV. When you connect the DVD Player to the TV, be sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from the mains before making any connections. Connect the DVD Player to the TV directly. If you connect the DVD Player to a VCR, TV/VCR combination, or video selector, the playback picture may be distorted as DVD videos are copy protected. Connect the plugs securely. Incomplete
Making component video connections
If the TV or monitor has component video inputs, making this type of video connection will produce the ideal picture quality for the presentation of DVD-Video. Using a component video cable (sold separately), connect the VIDEO OUTPUT COMPONENT jacks to the corresponding component video input jacks on the TV. Actual labels for component video inputs may vary depending on the TV manufacturer. (e.g. Y, R-Y, B-Y or Y, CB, CR) In some TVs or monitors, the color levels of the playback picture may be reduced slightly or the tint may change. In such a case, adjust the TV or monitor for optimum performance.
Using the Setup Navigator
Press ON (STANDBY/ON on the front panel).
If theres already a disc loaded and it starts to play, press 7 to stop it.
I When setting up for the first time
Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in the player. Because the Setup Navigator cannot be used if a disc is playing, it is recommended to set up the player using the Setup Navigator before loading a DVD for the first time. If a DVD has been loaded, be sure to press 7 before proceeding.
When SETUP is pressed for the first time, the following screen appears. Though the Setup Navigator may be used more than once, this screen only appears the first time SETUP is pressed.
I To change the answer to a prior question
Use the cursor button (2) to return to previous screens. Please note, however, that you cannot go forward using the cursor button (3), so it will be necessary to answer all the questions that occur after the screen that was returned to.
I To exit the Setup Navigator
Press SETUP while on any of the screens to exit the Setup Navigator. Please note that if the Setup Navigator is exited before all the questions are answered, no settings are changed.
On-screen information ( i ) appears to clarify the functions and explain the options available.
Use the cursor buttons (5/) to make a selection.
If you are going to use the Setup Navigator, it is not necessary to change the setting on the first screen. Please proceed to the next step. If you do not want to set up the player using the Setup Navigator, use the cursor button () to select [Auto Start Off] at this time. The Setup Navigator function may still be used at a later time in manual Setup screen menu operation (page 38).
The selection is entered and the next Setup Navigator screen appears. Use steps 3 and 4 as a basis for entering selections on the all of the Setup Navigator screens described on the following pages.
STANDBY LAST M
I Setting the OSD Language (On-Screen Display Language)
The [OSD Language] screen establishes the OSD language, or on-screen display language, which refers to the language that is used by the player in menus and on-screen messages. Additionally, the language that is established at this setting will also be used for the default audio and subtitle language.
I Setting the TV screen size
The [TV Type] screen establishes the size, or more appropriately the width to height ration of your television or monitor. The width-to-height ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3, while the width-to-height ratio of wide screen and highdefinition TVs is 16:9. This width-to-height ratio is called the aspect ratio.
Settings: English (Factory setting) franais Deutsch Italiano Espaol Asian models only English (Factory setting)
The languages that can be selected may be different from those shown above. In addition to setting the [OSD Language], the audio and subtitle language are also set at this time. If you wish to change the audio or subtitle language to a different language, make changes in the Setup screen Language menu [Audio Language] and [Subtitle Language] as needed (pages 47, 48).
I About the DVD , VCD , CD and MP3 marks in the pages related to disc operation
I When an operation is prohibited
There are times when you are using the player and attempt to perform an operation, but for some reason it cannot be performed. When this occurs, one of the two following icons appears on the screen. The operation is prohibited by the player. The operation is prohibited by the programming on the disc.
VCD CD MP3
means the function or title is related to DVD-Video operation. means the function or title is related to Video CD operation. means the function or title is related to audio CD operation. means the function or title is related to MP3 operation.
When a Menu Screen is Displayed
Menu screens are displayed for DVDs that have menu screens or Video CDs that include Playback Control (PBC). DVDs often contain extra information that can be accessed in the DVD menu and sometimes makes navigating DVD menu screens as enjoyable as watching the feature presentation.
Example: When a DVD that has menu screens is loaded
To Open or Return To the DVD or Video CD Menu Screen
Although this differs depending on the disc, pressing MENU, TOP MENU, or RETURN during DVD playback or RETURN during Video CD playback displays the menu screen. Refer to the DVD or Video CD disc jacket and accompanying documentation for more information.
Highlight Clips Chapter List Commercial Header Subtitles Soundtrack Start Main Feature
I To play Video CDs without displaying menu screens
Video CDs with Playback Control (PBC) display a menu screen when play is started. It is possible, however, to play back Video CDs without displaying menu screens. When a Video CD with PBC is loaded, press 7, and then the number button of the track you want to play.
Example: When a Video CD that has Playback Control is loaded
STANDARD VOCAL BEST
Don't Tekno for an Answer Bad Whack Naff Riff dubmyheadbassman Gooey Love Jingle Praise the Day G3, Ba-san Abstract Jazz Phunk Rock the Love Jive Bertie B.& the Goans Hood in the Boyz Sleek Machine Philip William Formerly an Artist Pfeuti John Torn Hot Monkey Stick
I To navigate a menu screen
Although individual DVD titles may differ, when a menu screen is displayed, use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/) and ENTER on the remote control. The cursor buttons are used to move around the options on the screen and ENTER is used for selection. Occasionally, the number buttons may also be used to make selections. If this is possible, using number buttons serves to directly select an option on a menu screen. Only number buttons are used to make selections on Video CD menu screens. When the Video CD has more than one menu, pages can be advanced to or returned to with 4 or.
TOP MENU 2/3/5/ RETURN 1/
MENU ENTER 4/
TV/ VCR PAUSE
Chapter (Track) Skip Forward/Skip Back
Advancing to the next chapter (track)
Forward and Reverse Scanning
Fast forward and reverse scanning
Press to skip forward to the next chapter (track). Skipping back to the previous chapter (track)
Press and hold or 1 during playback to scan forwards or backwards.
While 1 or is displayed onscreen blinking, release the button to resume normal playback. Variable speed scanning
Press once to skip back to the start of the chapter (track) currently playing. Press twice to skip back to the start of the previous chapter (track).
1 Press (but dont hold) or 1 during playback to start scanning.
1 or appears on screen.
2 Depending on the type of disc playing, you can increase the scanning speed by pressing or 1.
The scan speed is shown on-screen. DVD discs have three scanning speeds; 1, 2 and 3. CD and Video CDs have two scanning speeds; 1 and 2. MP3 have only one scanning speed.
3 Press to resume normal playback.
Resuming playback from where you stopped
Use the resume feature to restart playback from the point that the disc was stopped last time. This features cannot be used with MP3s and CDs.
Stopping Playback and Switching Power Off
Press 7 once.
The display shows RESUME and the stop position is memorized. The resume position remains memorized as long as the disc is in the player even if you switch the power off. Pressing 7 twice causes the disc to return to the beginning when is pressed again. The display shows the disc type (DVDs or Video CDs).
Remove the disc.
Playback starts from the resume position.
The actual restart position may be slightly before or after the resume position. If you want to remove the disc, but still want to resume playback from the last stopped position, use the LAST MEMORY feature instead (page 34). The memorized resume position is erased when you open the disc tray, or change the Parental Lock Level setting (page 51) or On-screen Display (OSD) setting (page 47).
Play Chapter 332 1.30/
elapsed total time of current chapter elapsed time of current title
Play All 1/10 66.20/
remaining total time of current tracks
current total time of tracks
remaining time of current chapter remaining total time of current chapter
CD's remaining time
CD's total time
Play Tr. Rate: 332
transmission rate level meter
transmission rate level
I Using DIMMER function
Press DIMMER to change the display brightness.
Each time DIMMER is pressed, the display brightness of the unit changes as shown below. Normal Dim Very Dim Normal
current track number/ total number of tracks in folder elapsed time of current track
Play Track 16/20 TRACK1~1 0.05
Viewing Disc Information during while a disc is stopped
track name current folder number/ total number of folder
Press DISPLAY during while a disc is stopped to display DVD title and chapter information or Video CD and CD track information or MP3 folder and track information. Press DISPLAY again to turn the display off.
Information about the titles and chapters or folders and tracks on a disc is displayed. When the information exceeds the space on the screen, use the cursor buttons (2/ 3) to move to other screens.
current folder number/ current track number elapsed time of current track
Play Track 216 2.25 0.05 2.30
Information: DVD Title 05 1/2 Chapter 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ 12 1~8 Title 10 Chapter 1 ~ ~ 13 1~5 1~4 1~8
total time of current track
Play Tr. Rate: 216 128kbps 0.05
Titles and number of chapters in each title
Video CD and CD
Information: Compact Disc Total time 72. 04 Track Track Time 06 5. 4. 07 6. 08 5. 09 5. 10
Depending on the format and type of disc being used, not all screens may be displayed. When playing Video CDs in PBC mode or unfinalized CD-Rs not all the above information is displayed.
Time 6. 51 3. 18 6. 50 4. 16 3. 22
Total playing time of disc, tracks and track times
Folder 05 Track 1~~ 11 1~~ ~ 15 Folder 05 Track 1 ~ ~ 13 1~5 1~4 1~8
Folders and number of tracks in each folder
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
The procedure on this page describes how to operate the menus on the Setup screen. These menus are used to set and adjust a number of system settings. The various functions that can be adjusted are covered throughout this manual. The procedure on this page provides a basic outline for using the Setup screen menus.
When viewing a wide screen TV or monitor DVD screen size format Wide screen format DVD Please note that there are some wide screen letter box formats that place black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. This is not a malfunction. Wide setting Standard screen format DVD When viewing a standard screen format DVD on a wide screen TV, black bars may be automatically placed at the side of the screen to adjust to the DVD format. Standard screen format DVD (unnatural stretched effect) If you are viewing a standard screen format DVD on a wide screen TV, the picture may appear stretched on the screen. To remedy this condition, change your wide screen TV to display a standard (4:3) screen. Refer to the instructions supplied with your wide screen TV or monitor for more information. Setting and Appearance
Settings: 4:3 (Letter Box) 4:3 (Pan & Scan) 16:9 (Wide) (Factory setting)
If [Standard (4:3)] is selected in the Setup Navigator screen, [4:3 (Letter Box)] is selected on this screen. If you prefer the pan&scan format, change the settings on this screen. Whether the aspect can be switched or not depends on the disc. Please refer to the information written on the disc jacket, etc. Some discs may not include the screen format selected in the [TV Screen] setting. When this occurs, the standard TV screen format available on the disc is automatically selected.
When viewing a standard size TV or monitor DVD screen size format Wide screen format DVD The Letter box presentation places black bars at the top and bottom portions of the screen to provide the full wide screen presentation of a movie on a standard TV (4:3 aspect ratio). Wide screen format DVD The Pan & Scan presentation crops both sides of the wide screen presentation to use the full standard TV screen. Pan & Scan setting Standard screen format DVD If you have a standard TV, the standard screen format will be presented regardless of the setting. Any setting Wide screen format DVD (unnatural squeezed effect) If you are viewing a wide screen format DVD on a standard TV and the [TV Screen] setting is set to [16:9 (Wide)], the picture may appear squeezed on the screen. To remedy this condition, select either [4:3 (Letter Box)] or [4:3 (Pan & Scan)]. Setting and Appearance
I Differences in screen sizes and DVD formats
The number of screen size formats currently available can be somewhat confusing. If set incorrectly, the video presentation may not appear as it should. The following diagrams and descriptions are intended to help you set your TV screen size in a way that will allow you to fully enjoy the digital video of DVD. The settings in the [TV Screen] setting are perhaps most applicable when the DVD you are watching is programmed in the wide screen format. If you have a standard TV, select either [4:3 (Letter Box)] or [4:3 (Pan & Scan)] based on your personal preference. If you have a wide screen TV, select [16:9 (Wide)].
Fine Focus Standard (Factory Setting)
Presents the video with no effect added. Switch on to reveal greater detail (higher resolution) in the picture.
Delivers a cinema-like picture.
Adjusts the contrast of the elements in the picture.
Provides images with bright clear colors.
Adjusts the sharpness of the mid-frequency (less detailed) elements in the picture. (This setting is only effective when [Fine Focus] is [On].)
Memory 1, Memory 2, and Memory 3
These are user programmable settings. See Adjusting the picture quality settings on pages 44 and 45 for more information.
Adjusts how saturated colors appear.
3 Use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/) to select one of the preprogrammed picture quality settings.
If there is a DVD or Video CD playing, the effects of each setting can be viewed while it is highlighted on the screen. This may be useful in selecting an appropriate setting.
Adjusts the overall color balance between red and green. (This is only effective when the player is connected using the VIDEO OUT or S-VIDEO OUT jacks.)
4 Press ENTER.
The new selection is set.
Each picture quality setting is defined by a number of individual settings, described in Adjusting the picture quality settings on pages 44 and 45. Depending on the disc and the TV/monitor, you may not see the effect clearly.
5 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the settings.
Adjust these while a disc is playing to see the effect of changes immediately.
I Adjusting the picture quality settings To create your own setting (2)
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to make adjustments to other settings.
If you would like to save the settings in the players memory, be sure to select either , , or  in the [Memory] setting to establish which memory location to save the new settings in. Please note that if you select a location where settings have already been saved, the old settings will be replaced by the new ones.
2 Use the cursor button () to select [Video Setup] and press ENTER. 3 Press DISPLAY.
7 When you are finished making adjustments, press ENTER to establish the new settings.
I When [Other] is selected
When you want to select one of the 136 languages as the main audio language, follow the steps below when the following screen appears. A language code list can be found on page 50.
1 Use the cursor buttons to select [Other] and press ENTER.
The language selection screen appears.
Settings: On (Factory setting) Off Assist Subtitle
If there is no subtitle information recorded on the DVD, no subtitles are displayed even if this function is set to [On]. This setting serves as a default as whether or not to display subtitles. Even if this option is set to [Off], subtitles can be displayed by pressing SUBTITLE. Similarly, if this option is set to [On], the subtitles can be turned off by pressing SUBTITLE and then CLEAR.
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select either List of Languages or Code. 3 If you select List of Languages, use the cursor buttons (5/) to select the language.
For languages which are only shown as a code, please refer to Language Code List on page 50.
I Forcing subtitles to be displayed
List of Languages ja: Japanese
If you select Code, use the cursor buttons (5/) to input the numbers of the input code.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to change the position of the cursor. You can also use the number buttons to enter the code.
Even when the subtitles are turned off, some DVDs will nevertheless display them on the screen. This setting allows you to select the language of the subtitles to be displayed with this type of DVD. Select [With Audio] to display the subtitles in the same language as the currently selected Audio Language. Select [Selected Subtitle] to display the subtitles in the language set in the [Subtitle Language] setting. Make changes to the [Subtitle Off] setting in the Setup screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 39). You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
OSD Language Audio Language Subtitle Language Auto Language DVD Language Subtitle Display Subtitle Off Move English English English On English With Audio Selected Subtitle
Code (0~2) 0 1
4 Press ENTER to set the new language.
To exit the screen without making any changes, press RETURN.
Settings: With Audio Selected Subtitle (Factory setting)
Language Code List
Language codes are used when setting the audio and subtitle language preferences (page 47, 48).
Language Japanese (ja) English (en) French (fr) German (de) Italian (it) Spanish (es) Chinese (zh) Dutch (nl) Portuguese (pt) Swedish (sv) Russian (ru) Korean (ko) Greek (el) Afar (aa) Abkhazian (ab) Afrikaans (af) Amharic (am) Arabic (ar) Assamese (as) Aymara (ay) Azerbaijani (az) Bashkir (ba) Byelorussian (be) Bulgarian (bg) Bihari (bh) Bislama (bi) Bengali (bn) Tibetan (bo) Breton (br) Catalan (ca) Corsican (co) Czech (cs) Welsh (cy) Danish (da) Bhutani (dz) Esperanto (eo) Estonian (et) Basque (eu) Persian (fa) Finnish (fi) Fiji (fj) Faroese (fo) Frisian (fy) Irish (ga) Scots-Gaelic (gd) Galician (gl) Guarani (gn)
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