Onkyo DV-SP504e Dvd Player, size: 2.4 MB
Onkyo DV-SP504e Quick Start Guide
Following up on the success of its predecessor, the DV-SP504 universal DVD/CD player stands out as a versatile player that is well positioned for the emergence of high-definition entertainment. It's the inclusion of the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) that makes the DV-SP504 a superb choice for delivering high-definition movies in 720p or 1080i formats, high-resolution music, and more recent formats like HD JPEG (megapixel images with enhanced resolution). On the audio front, the... Read more
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|lwang||11:38am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010|
|Disappointing I had high hopes for this player as I have had multiple components from Onkyo in the past (including DVD players) and they have all been...|
|Raphael B. X. da Silveira||12:46am on Saturday, May 29th, 2010|
|Part of the new direction Onkyo is stepping up to. Load time variance with dvd discs -|
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10. Region NumbersThe DVD standard uses region numbers to control how discs can be played around the world, the world being divided into six regions. This unit will only play DVD discs that match its region number, which can be found on its rear panel (e.g., 1 , ). 11. About this ManualThis manual explains how to use all of this units functions. Although the DVD standard offers many special features, not all discs use them all, so depending on the disc being played, this unit may not respond to certain functions. See the discs sleeve notes for supported features.
For U.S. models
FCC Information for User
The user changes or modications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This unit contains a semiconductor laser system and is classied as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. So, to use this model properly, read this Instruction Manual carefully. In case of any trouble, please contact the store where you purchased the unit. To prevent being exposed to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
CLASS 1M VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. The label on the right is applied on the rear panel.
1. This unit is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT and employs a laser inside the cabinet. 2. To prevent the laser from being exposed, do not remove the cover. Refer servicing to qualied personnel.
Notes: The remote controller may not work reliably if the DVD player is subjected to bright light, such as direct sunlight or inverter-type uorescent lights. Keep this in mind when installing the DVD player. If another remote controller of the same type is used in the same room, or the DVD player is installed close to equipment that uses infrared rays, the remote controller may not work reliably. Dont put anything, such as a book, on the remote controller, because the buttons may be pressed inadvertently, thereby draining the batteries. The remote controller may not work reliably if the DVD player is installed in a rack behind colored glass doors. Keep this in mind when installing the DVD player. The remote controller will not work if theres an obstacle between it and the DVD players remote control sensor.
Front & Rear Panels
For detailed information, refer to the pages in brackets.
H TO ENTE
A STANDBY/ON button 
This button is used to set the DVD player to On or Standby.
J K L M
(open/close) button  This button is used to open and close the disc tray. (pause) button [28, 30] This button is used to pause playback. (stop) button  This button is used to stop playback. (play) button  This button is used to start playback. / buttons  The Previous button is used to select the previous chapter or track. During playback it selects the beginning of the current track. The Next button is used to select the next chapter or track. This button is used to open and close the onscreen setup menus.
B STANDBY indicator 
This indicator lights up when the DVD player is in Standby.
C RESOLUTION button 
This button is used to select the video resolution for the HDMI output, and select progressive or interlaced scanning.
D HDMI button 
This button is used to turn HDMI on or off.
E HDMI indicator 
This indicator lights up when a HDMI signal is being output.
The supplied power cord is connected here. The other of the power cord should be connected to a suitable wall outlet.
K SURR MODE switch 
This switch is used to turn the AUDIO OUTPUT SURR 2 on or off. To use this output, set the switch to 1+2. The SURR 2 jacks output the same signals as the SURR 1 jacks.
L HDMI OUT 
This HDMI output can be used to connect a TV or projector with an HDMI input. This HDMI connector outputs digital audio and digital video.
M AV CONNECTOR (European model only) 
This SCART output can be connected to a TV or projector with a SCART input. This SCART connector outputs 2-channel stereo audio (same signals as the FRONT/D.MIX jacks), composite video, S-Video, and RGB video.
jack  These (Remote Interactive) connectors can be connected to the connectors on your other Onkyo AV components for interactive control. Connecting an cable only does not make the system operational. You must also connect the audio cables as well. This port is for servicing.
C RS 232 (North American model only) D IR IN/OUT (North American model only) 
A commercially available IR receiver can be connected to the IR IN jack, allowing you to control the DVD player when it's out of sight, for example, installed in a cabinet. A commercially available IR emitter can be connected to the IR OUT jack to pass IR (infrared) remote control signals along to other components.
E S VIDEO OUTPUT 
This connector can be used to connect a TV or projector with an S-Video input.
F VIDEO OUTPUT 
This RCA connector can be used to connect a TV or projector with a composite video input.
G COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT 
These jacks output component video and can be connected to an component video input on a TV or projector.
H OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT 
This optical digital audio output can be connected to an optical digital audio input on a hi- amp, AV receiver, or surround sound decoder (Dolby Digital, DTS).
A STANDBY button 
This button is used to set the DVD player to Standby.
B ON button 
This button is used to turn on the DVD player. Dont turn on the DVD player until youve completed, and double checked all connections (pages 2025).
Initial Setup TV Shape HDMI Output Setting On-Screen Language
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ] buttons to select a language, and then press [ENTER]. See page 50 for more information on the language options.
Initial Setup TV Shape HDMI Output Setting On-Screen Language : 4:3 Letter box : On
4:3 Letter box 4:3 Pan Scan 16:9 Widescreen 16:9 Compressed
English Franais Espaol Deutsch Italiano
The Initial Setup menu closes and the setup is complete. The DVD player is now ready to use. Note: You can cancel the Initial Setup by pressing the [SETUP] button and complete the settings later by using the onscreen setup menus (see page 45).
Here you need to make a few settings to get the DVD player up and running. You can change these settings later (see page 45).
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ] buttons to select a TV shape, and then press [ENTER]. Select 4:3 Letter box or 4:3 Pan Scan if you have a 4:3 TV. Select 16:9 Widescreen or 16:9 Compressed if you have a widescreen TV. See page 46 for more information.
The HDMI Output Setting menu appears next.
This chapter covers basic playback. Advanced playback functions are covered in the next chapter. Important: Throughout this manual, the term DVD refers to DVDVideo, DVD-Audio, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW discs. When a function is specic to a particular type of DVD disc, it will be specied.
Press OPEN/CLOSE. The disc tray closes and the relevant disc type indicator appears on the display.
Tip: If you press the Play [ ] button, the disc tray will close and, depending on the type of disc, playback will start automatically. For details on playing JPEG picture discs, see Viewing a Slideshow of JPEG Images on page 33.
Note: Only load discs that are supported by the DVD player. See pages 8 to 10.
Starting, Pausing & Stopping Playback
This section explains how to start, pause, and stop playback. Start To start playback, press the Play [ ] button. Playback starts and the Play indicator appears on the display. If youre playing a DVD-Video disc, or a VCD with PBC (Playback Control), you may need to start playback from a menu (see page 31). See page 32 for more on MP3 discs.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
Remote controller Remote controller
Load a disc. Load a disc with the label side facing up, using the disc tray guide to align the disc (if youre loading a double-sided DVD disc, load it with the side you want to play face down).
To pause playback, press the Pause [ ] button. Playback pauses and the Pause indicator appears on the display. To resume playback, press the Play [ ] button. Playback resumes and the Pause indicator disappears. For DVD-Audio discs, pause cannot be used while a menu is displayed.
During playback, press the [SEARCH] button twice. The Search window appears onscreen.
Search Disc DVD-VIDEO Time
-:- -:- -
Use the number buttons to enter a time. Time search only works within the current title or track. To enter, for example, 5 minutes, 30 seconds, press    buttons.
Search Disc DVD-VIDEO
To clear a number, press the [CLR] button.
A-B Repeat Playback
DVD-V SACD VCD CD MP3
With the A-B Repeat function you can play a specied section over-and-over again.
During playback, press the [A-B] button to set the A point (i.e., the start of the section you want to repeat). Repeat A- appears onscreen and A indicator appears on the display. Press the [A-B] button again to set the B point (i.e., the end of the section you want to repeat). Playback repeats between the A and B points, and Repeat A-B appears onscreen and AB indicator appears on the display. To cancel A-B repeat playback, press the [A-B] button.
DVD-V DVD-A SACD VCD CD MP3 WMA JPEG
With the Repeat function you can play a disc, title, chapter, group, track, or folder over-and-over again.
During playback, press the [REPEAT] button repeatedly to select a repeat option. The selected repeat option appears onscreen. The available options depend on the type of disc, as follows: DVD-Video: Chapter Repeat, Title Repeat, Disc Repeat, Repeat Off. DVD-Audio: Track Repeat, Group Repeat, Repeat Off. SACD, VCD, CD: Track Repeat, Disc Repeat, Repeat Off. MP3, JPEG, WMA: Track Repeat, Folder Repeat, Disc Repeat, Repeat Off. To cancel repeat playback, use the [REPEAT] button to select Repeat Off.
Notes: The A-B Repeat function may not work with some DVD-Video discs and VCDs that support PBC. In some cases, the A and B points may be at slightly different points to the ones that you specify.
Notes: Repeat playback may not work with some discs. If the Memory function is on (see page 38), the selectable options are Memory Repeat, which plays the playlist repeatedly, and Repeat Off.
To cancel random playback, use the [RANDOM] button to select Random Off.
DVD-V DVD-A SACD VCD CD MP3 WMA
Notes: Random playback may not work with some discs. To use the Random function with a VCD that supports PBC, you must rst turn off PBC (see page 31). If the Memory function is on (page 38), random playback is unavailable. You cant use the [SEARCH] button during random playback. During random playback, the remote controllers arrow [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] buttons and number buttons dont work with the Disc Navigator. The Random function cannot be used with JPEG les.
With the Random function you can enjoy a random selection of titles, chapters, groups, tracks, or folders.
During playback, press the [RANDOM] button repeatedly to select a random option. The selected random option appears onscreen. The options available depends on the type of disc, as follows: DVD-Video: Title Random, Disc Random, Random Off. DVD-Audio: Group Random, Random Off. SACD, VCD, CD: Disc Random, Random Off. MP3, WMA: Folder Random, Disc Random, Random Off. With the Title Random option, chapters within the current title are played at random. With the Disc Random option, titles, chapters, groups, tracks, or folders on the disc are played at random. Random playback begins after the current chapter or track has nished. Random playback stops automatically when all of the items have been played once.
MEMORY CLR LAST MEMORY
Repeat step 2 to add more items to the memory list. You can add up to 32 items to the memory list. To play the memory list, press the Play [ ] button. The Memory Play Setup window must be open when you press the Play [ ] button. To stop playback, press the Stop [ ] button. While playback is stopped, you can delete the memory list by pressing the [CLR] button. While playback is stopped, you can cancel the Memory Playback function by pressing the Stop [ ] button again.
With the Memory Playback function you can create your own memory list of titles, chapters, and tracks.
Press the [MEMORY] button. The Memory List window appears onscreen, as shown.
No. Memory List Title/Folder Chapter/Track Current/Total 001 / 019 Current/Total --- / 078 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 019 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078 --- / 078
HDMI and Progressive Settings
Setting the HDMI
This section explains how to turn on the HDMI OUT and change the video resolution when your TV or projector is connected to the HDMI OUT.
Note: Be sure to choose a resolution thats supported by your TV. If you select a resolution that your TV doesnt support, there will be no picture.
Press the DVD players [HDMI] button to turn on HDMI.
Selecting Progressive or Interlaced
If your TV supports progressive video, you can set the DVD player to progressive and enjoy progressive video on your TV. If your TV doesnt support progressive video, set the DVD player to interlaced. When HDMI output is at 480p/576p, the component video output is xed at progressive and depending on the selected resolution there may be no output, so turn off the HDMI OUT before changing this setting.
Press the [RESOLUTION] button repeatedly to change the HDMI resolution. The rst button press displays the current resolution onscreen. Press the button again while the resolution is displayed to change the setting.
Press the DVD players [HDMI] button to turn off HDMI.
The DVD player supports the following resolutions: Auto: The resolution is automatically set to the native resolution of the TV connected to the HDMI OUT. If the DVD player does not support the TVs native resolution setting, the resolution 480p/576p will be used. 480p (480p/576p) (default): The setting displayed depends on the country in which you purchased the DVD player. 720 480p 60Hz or 720 576p 50Hz Also output by the DVD players analog video outputs. With this setting, component video output will be progressive. 720p: 1280 720p 50/60Hz Not output by the DVD players analog video outputs. 1080i: 1920 1080i 50/60Hz Not output by the DVD players analog video outputs. Tip: These settings can also be changed by using the onscreen setup menus (see pages 46, 47).
Use the [RESOLUTION] button to select progressive or interlaced. The rst button press displays the current setting onscreen. Press the button again while the setting is displayed to change the setting. The PROGRESSIVE indicator appears on the display when progressive is selected.
Conguring the DVD player
This chapter explains the various functions and settings of the onscreen setup menus. Functions and settings are arranged into six menus: Picture, Audio, Language, Display, Operation Setting, and Initial. The following table lists all the functions and settings, with a brief description and page number where you can nd full details.
Menu Setting TV Shape View Mode HDMI Output Setting Progressive Setting Picture HD Resolution HD JPEG Mode Video Black Level Brightness Sharpness PAL Output Setting (not North American and Korean models) Scart Output Setting (European model only) Digital/HDMI Audio Out Linear PCM Out Subwoofer Front Speaker Center Speaker Audio Surround Speaker Test Tone Center delay Surr. delay Dynamic Range Control Pro Logic SACD Audio Setup Downmix Setting On-Screen Language Language Disc Menu Language Audio Language Subtitle Language DivX Subtitle (not North American model) On-Screen Display Display On-Screen Display Color Background Screen Saver Test tone for adjusting the level of each channel of your amps multichannel input. Delay for the multichannel outputs center and surround jacks. Set the Dynamic Range function. Determines how the built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder works. Determines whether DSD or PCM is output when playing SACDs. Dolby and DTS downmix settings. Select a language for the onscreen setup menus and messages. Select your preferred language for disc menus. Select your preferred language for soundtracks. Select your preferred language for subtitles. Select your preferred language for DivX subtitle. Turn on or off onscreen messages and indicators. Select a color for onscreen setup menus and messages. Select a background color for when playback is stopped. Set the Screen Saver function. 52 Congure the speakers settings for the multichannel analog audio output. 48 Description Select the aspect ratio that matches your TV. Stretch the picture to t your TV screen. Turn HDMI video output on or off. Set the component video output to progressive or interlaced. Select the video resolution for the HDMI OUT. For displaying JPEG images at a high resolution on a HDTV. Choose a video black level. Adjust the picture brightness. Adjust the picture sharpness. Convert the discs video format to NTSC or PAL. Selects the video format for the SCART output: RGB, S-Video, or composite. Settings for the digital signal output by the optical, coaxial, and HDMI digital audio outputs. Select whether or not the DVD player down samples digital audio. Page # 48
Conguring the DVD playerContinued
Menu Setting Parental Lock Security Code Operation Setting DVD Priority Contents SACD Priority Contents Auto Power Off DivX Registration (not North American model) Initial Setup TV Shape HDMI Output Setting On-Screen Language Description Set the Parental Lock function. Change the security code for use with parental lock. Determines what's played on DVD-Audio discs with DVD-Video contents. Determines how the SACD multichannel and 2-channel area and the CD area are played. Sets the Auto power off function. Displays your DivX VOD registration code This menu appears automatically the very rst time you turn on your DVD player. (These settings are available in other menus.) Page # 54 54
PAL Output Setting (Not North American and Korean models)
With this setting you can specify how the DVD player outputs video signals when playing NTSC format DVD-Video discs or Video CDs.
AUTO (default): Use this option if your TV supports
Tip: When the HDMI Output Setting is set to On, you can also change this setting by using the [RESOLUTION] button on the front panel (see page 43). Note: Initially, the DVD player is congured to output both HDMI and analog video. However, if after changing the resolution settings theres no picture, with the analog video connection or HDMI connection in place, press the [RESOLUTION] button repeatedly to restore the picture.
both PAL and NTSC. The DVD player does not convert the video format. When you play a PAL disc, the video output will be PAL format. And when you play an NTSC disc, itll be NTSC format.
NTSC: Use this option if your TV doesnt support PAL playback, or the picture is distorted when watching PAL discs. The DVD player will convert PAL format video signals to NTSC-compatible format. PAL: Use this option if your TV doesnt support NTSC playback, or the picture is distorted when watching NTSC discs. The DVD player will convert NTSC format video signals to PAL-compatible format. Note: If you select the wrong setting by mistake and loose the picture, while pressing and holding the Next button, press the [STANDBY/ON] button to return to the previous setting.
HD JPEG mode
If your TV is connected to the HDMI OUT and the HDMI resolution is set to 720p or 1080i, this setting allows you to display your JPEG pictures in high denition.
On: JPEG pictures displayed in high denition. Off (default): JPEG pictures displayed as normal. Notes: If your TV is connected to a video output other than the HDMI OUT, or the HDMI output resolution is set to something other than 720p or 1080i, even if this setting is set to On, your JPEG pictures will not be displayed in high denition. When using HD JPEG, it may take a while to display each picture. And the Zoom function cannot be used. Also, onscreen status messages such as Play and Stop are not displayed.
With the Dynamic Range Control function you can reduce the dynamic range of Dolby Digital material so that you can still hear quiet parts even when listening at low volume levelsideal for watching movies late at night when you dont want to disturb anyone.
Off (default): The full dynamic range is preserved. On: The dynamic range of Dolby Digital material is compressed. Notes: The impact of the Dynamic Range Control function depends on the Dolby Digital material that you are playing and with some material there will be little or no effect. When the DVD player is set to Standby, this function is automatically set to Off. Depending on the Speaker Conguration settings, this setting may be xed.
Center Delay and Surr. Delay
With these settings, you can adjust the multichannel output signals relative to the listening position. For 5.1-channel surround playback, ideally your speakers should all be the same distance away from the listening position, but this isnt always practical. By setting a delay time for the center and surround speakers, you can adjust their virtual positions without having to physically move them, creating the ideal listening environment. The diagram below shows the ideal locations for the center and surround speakers.
Ideal location of center speaker
(A) FL Dc SW Ds SL SR (B) Df FR
All speakers should be located within the circle with a radius of Df.
This setting determines how the DVD players built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder works with 2-channel material.
On: The Dolby Pro Logic decoder decodes Dolby Surround material and processes the following audio formats: 2-channel Dolby Digital on DVD-Video discs, 48 kHz (16-, 20-, and 24-bit) PCM audio on DVD-Video discs, and 2-channel audio on CDs. Off (default): The Dolby Pro Logic decoder is off. Note: If the Center Speaker or Surround Speaker is set to Off in the Speaker Conguration settings (page 48), the Dolby Pro Logic decoder will not work even if you select On.
Ideal location of a surround speaker
Center Delay Center Delay (A) = Df Dc
No Delay (default): When Df equals Dc. 1msec: When (A) is approx. 1 ft. (0.3 m) 2msec: When (A) is approx. 2 ft. (0.6 m) 3msec: When (A) is approx. 3 ft. (0.9 m) 4msec: When (A) is approx. 4 ft. (1.2 m) 5msec: When (A) is approx. 5 ft. (1.5 m)
SACD Audio Setup
With this setting you can choose whether DSD (Direct Stream Digital) or PCM is output when playing Super Audio CDs. When DSD is selected, the Speaker Conguration settings have no effect and the source is output as it is: 2channel material is output as 2-channels, and multichannel material is output as multichannel. When PCM is selected, the source is output is in accordance with the Speaker Conguration settings and the output is down mixed.
With this setting you can select a language for the onscreen setup menus and messages. Select one of the displayed languages.
Selecting Other Languages This section explains how to select other languages for disc menus, audio, and subtitles.
Language Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots-Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian Icelandic Hebrew Yiddish Javanese Georgian Kazakh Greenlandic Cambodian Kannada Kashmiri Kurdish Code BE BG BH BI BN BO BR CA CO CS CY DA DZ EO ET EU FA FI FJ FO FY GA GD GL GN GU HA HI HR HU HY IA IE IK IN IS IW JI JW KA KK KL KM KN KS KU Language Panjabi Polish Pashto, Pushto Quechua Rhaeto-Romance Kirundi Romanian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sangho Serbo-Croatian Sinhalese Slovak Slovenian Samoan Shona Somali Albanian Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tonga Turkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapk Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Zulu Code PA PL PS QU RM RN RO RW SA SD SG SH SI SK SL SM SN SO SQ SR SS ST SU SW TA TE TG TH TI TK TL TN TO TR TS TT TW UK UR UZ VI VO WO XH YO ZU
Select Others from the Disc Menu Language, Audio Language, or Subtitle menu, and then press [ENTER].
Use the Left/Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the code. Use the Up/Down [ ]/[ ] buttons to enter a language code. See adjacent table for language codes.
When youve nished, press the [ENTER] button.
Use this list when specifying other languages.
Language Japanese English French German Italian Spanish Chinese Dutch Portuguese Swedish Russian Korean Greek Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Amharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Code JA EN FR DE IT ES ZH NL PT SV RU KO EL AA AB AF AM AR AS AY AZ BA Language Kirghiz Latin Lingala Laothian Lithuanian Latvian Malagasy Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay Maltese Burmese Nauru Nepali Norwegian Occitan Oromo Oriya Code KY LA LN LO LT LV MG MI MK ML MN MO MR MS MT MY NA NE NO OC OM OR
DivX Subtitle (Not North American model)
Some DivX video discs include subtitles in one or more languages. The disc packaging will usually inform you about which subtitle languages are available. With this setting you can select your preferred language for DivX subtitles. When you play a DivX disc with multiple language subtitles, your preferred language will be selected automatically. You can select DivX subtitle languages by region:
Unicode (UTF-8): Unicode encoding scheme. Two
With this setting you can turn on or off onscreen messages, such as Play, Stop, and Resume.
Folder 1 Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Folder 2 Track 1 Track 2
Analog audio DRM
An electrical signal that directly represents sound. Compare this to digital audio which can be an electrical signal, but is an indirect representation of sound. See also Digital audio.
DRM (digital rights management) is a type of server software developed to enable secure distribution of paid content over the web, recently incorporated by WMA (Windows Media Audio).
The width of a TV screen relative to its height. Conventional TVs are 4:3 (in other words, the screen is almost square); widescreen models are 16:9 (the screen is almost twice as wide as it is high).
DTS stands for Digital Theater Systems. DTS is a surround system different from Dolby Digital that has become a popular surround sound format for movies.
An indirect representation of sound by numbers. During recording, the sound is measured at discrete intervals (44,100 times a second for CD audio) by an analog-todigital converter, generating a stream of numbers. On playback, a digital-to-analog converter generates an analog signal based on these numbers. See also Sampling frequency and Analog audio.
The difference between the quietest and loudest sounds possible in an audio signal (without distorting or getting lost in noise). Dolby Digital and DTS soundtracks are capable of a very wide dynamic range, delivering dramatic cinema-like effects.
A tag added to the end of a lename to indicate the type of le. For example,.mp3 indicates an MP3 le.
DivX is a media technology created by DivX, Inc. DivX media les contain compressed video. DivX les can also include advanced media features like menus, subtitles, and alternate audio tracks.
Abbreviation for high denition, as in HDTV (high-definition TV).
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
Using a maximum of 5.1 channels of audio, this high quality surround system is used in many of the ner movie theaters around the world. The on-screen display shows which channels are active, for example showing 3/2.1. The 3 being the two front channels and the center channel; the 2 being the surround channels, and the.1 being the LFE channel.
The video encryption technology developed by Intel for HDMI/DVI. Its designed to protect video content and requires a HDCP-compatible device to display the encrypted video.
*1. DivX, DivX Certied, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. *2. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Progressive scan video
All the lines that make up a video picture are updated in one pass (compared to interlace which takes two passes to update the whole picture).
*1. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Denition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
Symptom Possible cause The power cord is not connected. Cant turn on the DVD player? Remedy Connect the power cord to a suitable wall outlet (page 26). Turn off the DVD player, wait ve seconds, then try turning it on again. If that fails, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet, wait ten seconds, reconnect it, then try turning it on again. The Auto power off function can be turned on or off as required (page 54). On your TV, select the input to which the DVD player is connected. Check the video cable and correct as necessary. Change the PAL Output Setting to suit your TV (page 47). Make sure your TV supports the selected video output format (page 48).
External interference is affecting the DVD players digital circuitry. The Auto power off function will turn the DVD player off automatically after 20 minutes of inactivity. The wrong input source is selected on your TV. The video cable is not connected properly. The PAL Output Setting is set wrong for your TV. The SCART Output Setting is set wrong for your TV. No HDMI Video Output? The HDMI Output Setting is set to Off. Your TV doesnt support HDMI Resolution settings of 720p and 1080i.
The DVD player turns itself off when its not being used?
Try pressing the [HDMI] button on the front panel repeatedly to switch the HDMI OUT on, and then pressing the [RESOLUTION] button repeatedly to get picture (page 43). If the DVD player is connected to your AV receiver, try connecting it directly to your TV. It will not work if you connect to a component that doesnt support HDCP (page 24).
The connected component doesnt support HDCP. No Component Video Output? Your TV does not support progressive scanning, and the HDMI OUT is on. While the HDMI OUT is on, the component video output outputs progressive video. The HDMI Resolution is not set to 480p (480p/576p). No S-Video or Composite Video Output? The HDMI Resolution is not set to 480p (480p/576p). The wrong input source is selected on your hi- amp or AV receiver.
Following up on the success of its predecessor, the DV-SP504 universal DVD/CD player stands out as a versatile player that is well positioned for the emergence of high-definition entertainment. It's the inclusion of the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) that makes the DV-SP504 a superb choice for delivering high-definition movies in 720p or 1080i formats, high-resolution music, and more recent formats like HD JPEG (megapixel images with enhanced resolution). On the audio front, the inclusion of three Cirrus Logic CS4398 digital-to-analog converters takes audio performance into a totally different league. Onkyo's own technologies come into play with Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) and Direct Digital Path to protect audio signals from the most destructive elements to quality movies and music - pulse noise and noise emanating from a player's internal components.
|Product Type||DVD player|
|Media Type||CD-R, CD-RW, SACD, DVD-Audio, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD, CD, Video CD|
|Video D/A Converter||14bit / 108MHz|
|Audio D/A Converter||24bit / 192kHz|
|Built-in Audio Decoders||Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital, DTS decoder|
|Media Load Type||Tray|
|Upscaling||Yes ( up to 1080i )|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WMA, MP3|
|Additional Features||Progressive scanning, JPEG photo playback|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound|
|Response Bandwidth||4 - 44000 Hz|
|Dynamic Range||96 dB|
|Digital Audio Format||Dolby Digital output, DTS digital output|
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||106 dB|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||0.03%|
|Connector Type||1 x 7.1 channel audio line-out ( RCA phono x 8 ) - rear 1 x HDMI ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear 2 x remote control - rear 1 x SPDIF output ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear 1 x composite video output ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x SPDIF output ( TOSLINK ) - rear 1 x S-Video output ( RCA phono ) - rear|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Power Consumption Operational||17 Watt|
|Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep||0.4 Watt|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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