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Output terminal: AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz 18 W (approx. 4.0 W in STANDBY mode) 430 (W)271 (D)82 (H) mm (excluding protrusions) Mass: Signal system: Operating temperature range: Operating humidity range: 2.9 kg NTSC +5 to +35C 5-90 % RH (no condensation) Region NO.4 Power requirements: Power consumption: Dimensions:
Output level: Output terminal: Mixed output (L/R): 5.1ch discrete output:
Pin jack (Y: green, PB: blue, PR: red) 2 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB)
Pin jack (1 system) Pin jack (1 system)
OAudio signal output characteristics
(1) Frequency response:
ODVD (linear audio): OCD audio:
(2) S/N ratio:
4 Hz-22 kHz (48 kHz sampling) 4 Hz-44 kHz (96 kHz sampling) 4 Hz-20 kHz (EIAJ)
(1) DVD-Video disc: 12 cm single-sided, single-layer 12 cm single-sided, dual-layer 12 cm double-sided, single-layer 8 cm single-sided, single-layer 8 cm single-sided, dual-layer 8 cm double-sided, single-layer (2) Compact disc (CD-DA, Video CD): 12 cm disc
(3) Dynamic range:
115 dB (EIAJ)
(4) Total harmonic distortion:
102 dB 98 dB (EIAJ)
OCD audio: ODigital audio output
Optical digital output:
0.0025 % (EIAJ)
Optical terminal Pin jack
8 cm disc 1 Vp-p (75 ) Pin jack (2 systems) 1 Vp-p (75 ) 0.286 Vp-p (75 ) S terminal (1 system) 1 Vp-p (75 ) 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) 0.7 Vp-p (75 )
Coaxial audio output:
Wave length: Laser power:
665 nm CLASS 2
OS video output
Y output level: C output level:
Notes: Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate.
OComponent video output
Y output level: PB output level: PR output level:
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1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1.1. GENERAL GUIDELINES 2 PREVENTION OF ELECTRO STATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) TO ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES 3 PRECAUTION OF LASER DIODE 4 HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR TRAVERSE DECK 4.1. Handling of optical pickup 4.2. Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention 4 11.6. Disassembling the Stepping Motor Unit 11.7. Disassembling the Optical Pickup Unit 11.8. Disassembling the Nut Unit 11.9. Disassembling the Sub-Shaft Preload Spring 11.10. Assembling the Optical Pickup 11.11. Disassembling the Spindle Motor Unit 11.12. Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment 11.13. Disassembling the Intermediate Chassis 11.14. Disassembling the Vertical cam and Drive gear
5 Optical Pickup Self-Diagnosis and Replacement Procedure Self-Diagnosis Function and Service Modes 6.1. Service Mode Table 6.2. Self-Diagnosis Function (UHF Display) 6.3. Examples of Repairs Using Error Codes 6.4. Sales Demonstration Lock Function 7 Service Tools and Equipment 7.1. Service Tools and Equipment Table 7.2. Storing and Handling Test Discs 8 General Description 8.1. Operating Instructions 9 Assembling and Disassembling the Casing and Checking P.C.B.s 9.1. Disassembly Procedure 9.2. Casing Parts and P.C.B. Positions 9.3. Service Positions 9.4. Disassembling the Top Cover 9.5. Disassembling the Tray 9.6. Disassembling the Front Panel 9.7. Disassembling the Loading Base Unit 9.8. Checking the Module P.C.B. 9.9. Disassembling the Rear Panel 9.10. Checking the Power Supply P.C.B. 9.11. Checking the Mother P.C.B. 9.12. Checking the Front Switch P.C.B. 9.13. Checking the Power Switch P.C.B. 10 Service Precautions 10.1. Initializing the DVD Player 10.2. Handling After Completing Repairs 11 Assembling and Disassembling the Optical Pickup (Mechanical Parts) 11.1. Handling the Optical Pickup 11.2. Disassembly Procedure 11.3. Disassembling the Clamp Base Unit 11.4. Disassembling the Clamper Weight, Clamper Yoke, Magnet and Clamper 11.5. Disassembling the Traverse Unit 10
LEAKAGE CURRENT COLD CHECK
LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK (See Figure 1.)
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug. 2. Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 1M and 5.2M. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be.
1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check. 2. Connect a 1.5k, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15F capacitors, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1. 3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor. 4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point. 5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements. 6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent) may be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. In case a measurement is outside of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.
2 PREVENTION OF ELECTRO STATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) TO ELECTROSTATICALLY SENSITIVE (ES) DEVICES
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor "chip" components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electro static discharge (ESD). 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly. 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices. 4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "anti-static (ESD protected)" can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices. 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. 6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, alminum foil or comparable conductive material). 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions. 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise hamless motion such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to damage an ES device).
3 PRECAUTION OF LASER DIODE
Caution This unit utilizes a class I laser. Invisible laser radiation is emitted from the optical pickup lens when the unit is turned on: 1. Do not look directly into the pickup lens. 2. Do not use optical instruments to look at the pickup lens. 3. Do not adjust the preset variable resistor on the optical pickup. 4. Do not disassemble the optical pickup unit. 5. If the optical pickup is replaced, use the manufactures specified replacement pickup only. 6. Use of control or adjustment or performance of procedures other than those specified herin may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
4 HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR TRAVERSE DECK
The laser diode in the optical pickup may break down due to potential difference caused by static electricity of clothes or human body. So be careful of electrostatic break down during repair of the optical pickup.
Handling of optical pickup
1. Do not subject the optical pickup to static electricity as it is extremely sensitive to electrical shock. 2. To prevent the breakdown of the laser diode, an antistatic shorting pin is inserted into the flexible board (FPC Board). When removing or connecting the short pin, finish the job in as short times as possible. 3. Be careful not to apply excessive stress to the flexible board (FPC Board). 4. Do not turn the variable resistor (Laser power adjustment).
Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention
1. Human body grounding Use the antistatic wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body. 2. Work table grounding Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the optical pickup is placed and ground the sheet. Caution The static electricity of your clothes will not be grounded through the wrist strap. So take care not to let your clothes touch the optical pickup.
1. Remove the 4 screws. 2. Pull out the loading base unit vertically. Note There is a danger of damaging the connectors.
Checking the Module P.C.B.
Note Be sure to initialize the player whenever you replace a P.C.B. (Refer to section 10.1, Initializing the DVD Player.)
1. Remove the screw.
Disassembling the Rear Panel
1. Remove all of the screws connected to the rear panel. (The number of screws varies according to the model).
2. Release the two tabs on the left and right.
9.10. Checking the Power Supply P.C.B.
1. Remove the 3 screws.
9.11. Checking the Mother P.C.B.
1. Remove the 4 screws. 2. Release the tab.
2. Carefully pull out the power supply P.C.B. Note There is a danger of damaging the connectors. 3. Connect the power supply P.C.B. and the mother P.C.B. with the extension cable for inspection. Extension cable: JGS0099 (connects the power supply P.C.B. PS1101 and the mother P.C.B. PP1101) 3. Check by connecting the module P.C.B. and the mother P.C.B. with the extension cables. Extension cable: JGS0116 Extension cable: JGS0098 Module P.C.B. Mother P.C.B. PS3201-PP3201 PS4201-PP4201 4. Check by connecting the mechanism loading P.C.B. and the mother P.C.B. with the extension cable. Extension cable: VUC8027 Mechanism Loading P.C.B. Mother P.C.B. PS2591-PP2591
Note Be sure to initialize the player whenever you replace a P.C.B. (Refer to section 10.1, Initializing the DVD player.)
9.12. Checking the Front Switch P.C.B.
9.13. Checking the Power Switch P.C.B.
1. Remove the 2 screws.
10 Service Precautions
10.1. Initializing the DVD Player
Initialize the DVD player whenever you replace a microprocessor, microprocessor peripheral parts, module P.C.B. or mother P.C.B.
The customer settings will return to factory preset settings when the player is initialized. Make a note of the settings and reset them after initializing. When resetting, see the Initial Settings in the Operating Instructions.
10.1.2. Initialization Method
The player will be initialized (return to the factory preset condition) when you press the "PAUSE," "SKIP/SEARCH<<" and "OPEN/CLOSE" buttons simultaneously. When the DVD player is initialized, "Initialized" appears on screen, it also displays "INITIALIZE". Press them at the least for three seconds after you confirmed the display.
2. Disconnect the 2 flexible cables.
11.7. Disassembling the Optical Pickup Unit
1. Remove the screw. 2. Release the tab, then remove spring holder 1. Note Be sure not to lose the spring. 3. Remove the guide shaft. Note Be sure to adjust the optical pickup tilt after replacing the optical pickup. (Refer to section 11.12, Opitcal Pickup Tilt Adjustment.)
11.6. Disassembling the Stepping Motor Unit
1. Disconnect the flexible cable. 2. Remove the 2 screws. Note Take care when handling the flexible cable because it can be broken by excessive force.
11.8. Disassembling the Nut Unit
1. Remove the screw. Notes The nut unit is not part of the optical pickup. Before replacing the optical pickup, remove the nut unit for use with the new optical pickup. After installation, use screw lock to lock the screw in position. When reassembling, use screw lock to lock the screw in position after attaching it.
11.10. Assembling the Optical Pickup
1. Install the optical pickup. Note Take care not ot attach the tilt spring and guide shaft in the wrong order.
11.9. Disassembling the Sub-Shaft Preload Spring
1. Remove the screw. Notes Handle the sub-shaft preload spring carefully because the shape of the tip is easily deformed. The sub-shaft preload spring is not part of the optical pickup. Before replacing the optical pickup, remove the sub-sahft preload spring for use with the new optical pickup. After installation, use screw lock to lock the screw in position.
2. Insert the pickup FPC into connector FP5201 on the module P.C.B.
3. Remove the solder from the pickup FPCs soldered shortcircuit.
11.11. Disassembling the Spindle Motor Unit
1. Remove the three screws. Note Be sure to adjust the optical pickup tilt after replacing the spindle motor unit.
4. Adjust the optical pickup tilt after removing the solder. (Refer to section 11.12, Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment.)
11.12. Optical Pickup Tilt Adjustment
Notes Adjustment is generally unnecessary after replacing other parts of the traverse unit. However, adjust if there is a noticeable degradation in picture quality. Optical adjutments cannnot be made inside the optical pickup. Adjustment is generally unnecessary after replacing the traverse unit.
11.13. Disassembling the Intermediate Chassis
1. Push the stopper downward, then rotate it until it contacts the Vertical cam. 2. Release the 2 tabs.
11.15. Disassembling the Pulley Gear and Deceleration Gear
1. Remove the screw. 2. Remove the pulley gear. 3. Remove the belt. 4. Remove the deceleration gear.
11.14. Disassembling the Vertical cam and Drive gear
1. Rotate the Vertical cam until it reaches the contact position. 2. Lift the Vertical cam straight upward to pull it out. 3. Remove the Drive gear.
11.16. Disassembling the Mechanism Loading P.C.B.
2. Remove the 2 screws. 3. Release the 2 tabs.
12 Electrical Adjustment
12.1. Video Output (Luminance Signal) Adjustment
Do this adjustment after replacing a P.C.B.
Measurement point Video output terminal Adjustment point VR3501 (mother P.C.B.) Mode Disc Color bar 75% DVDT-S15 PLAY (Title 46):DVDT-S15 or PLAY (Title 12):DVDT-S01 DVDT-S01 Adjustment value 1000mVp-p20mV
Measuring equipment, tools Screwdriver, Oscilloscope 200mV/div, 10sec/div
Purpose: To maintain video signal output compatibility. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to the video output terminal and terminate at 75 ohms. 2. Adjust VR3501 so that the luminance signal (Y+S) level becomes 1000 mVp-p20 mV.
12.2. Video Output (Chrominance Signal) Adjustment
Measurement point Video output terminal Adjustment point VR3511 (mother P.C.B.) Mode Disc Color bar 75% DVDT-S15 PLAY (Title 46):DVDT-S15 or PLAY (Title 12):DVDT-S01 DVDT-S01 Adjustment value 621mVp-p12mV
Measuring equipment, tools Screwdriver,Oscilloscope 200mV/div, 10sec/div
Purpose: To maintain video signal output compatibility. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to the video output terminal and terminate at 75 ohms. 2. Adjust VR3511 so that the chrominance signal (C) level becomes 621 mVp-p12 mV.
12.3. Video Component Signal (CB) Output Adjustment
Measurement point Video output terminal (Y) (CB) Output terminal Adjustment point VR3201 (module P.C.B.) Mode Disc Color bar 75% DVDT-S15 PLAY (Title 46):DVDT-S15 or PLAY (Title 12):DVDT-S01 DVDT-S01 Adjustment value 486mVp-p10mV
Measuring equipment, tools Screwdriver, Oscilloscope 100mV/div, 10sec/div
Purpose: To maintain video signal output compatibility. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to the video component output terminal and terminate at 75 ohms. 2. Apply the trigger at the Y output terminal signal. 3. Adjust VR3201 so that the video component signal (CB) level becomes 486 mVp-p 10 mV.
IC3 -10.2 -8.1 -10.2 -8.1 IC11 2.2.IC0 IC51 2.8 4.9 -4.8 4.9 IC71 -20.0 -20.0 -8.6 -20.2 IC91 4.1 184.108.40.206 2.8 Q4511 C 2 2.8 2.8
IC5 -8.-8.1 0
8 8.1 8.1
52 -25.0 -25.-20.1 -20.4.6 4.5 IC0 0
13 5.1 5.5.1 5.-25.0 -25.-22.5 -9.4.4 4.3 4.3
2.0 0.-25.0 -25.-20.3 -13.4.4 4.5.1 5.1 Q4521 C 0 0
1.9 0.-24.9 -24.-24.9 -24.4.5 0
16 5.1 5.1.3 0.-24.9 -24.-24.9 -24.4.5 4.2.5 2.5
17 5.1 5.1.4 0.-24.9 -24.-24.9 -24.4.5 4.2.5 2.5
18 5.1 5.1.0 0.-24.9 -24.-22.5 -18.4.4 4.3 ICQ4531 C 0 0
19 1.9 1.5.1 5.-24.9 -24.-15.5 -11.4.4 4.3.9 3.8
20 1.9 1.60 -24.9 -24.3.8 3.-27.1 -27.5.1 5.1
E 0.6 0.7 E -20.2 -20.1
B 1.2 1.4 B -19.4 -19.4
B 0.7 -4.8
B -4.8 -4.8
E E 5.1 5.1
B B 5.1 5.1
QR4521 C -4.8 -4.8
QR4593 C 2.9 0.1
B 0.2 3.8
E 2.9 0.1
QR4594 C 2.8 -4.8
E 2.9 0
QR4596 C 2.8 -4.8
15 BLOCK DIAGRAM
15.1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC5201 OPTICAL PICK UP UNIT
IC2001 IC7001 IC3001
IC4201 AUDIO D/A CONVERTER MIXL MIXR AUDIO 5.1CH MODEL ONLY AV DECODER (AV DEC) IC4211 FL FR
FRONT END PROCESSOR (FEP) IC2501
SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE IC2511
DIGITAL SERVO CONTROLLER (DSC)
OPTICAL DISC CONTROLLER (ODC)
IC6302 4M FLASH ROM IC6201 MAIN CPU
4ch MOTOR DRIVE
5.1CH AUDIO D/A CONVERTER
TRACKING COIL IC6001 FL
AUDIO DIGITAL OUT OSD IC3061 LED SUB CPU 16MBIT SRAM IC3531 VIDEO DRIVER VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO OUT
REMOCON IC3071 KEY IC2591 LOADING MOTOR LOADING MOTOR DRIVE 16MBIT SRAM PAL MODEL ONLY 27MHz IC3201 VIDEO D/A CONVERTER VIDEO DAC MODEL ONLY
V-COMP MODEL ONLY Y(G) CB(B) CR(R)
15.2. SERVO BLOCK DIAGRAM
SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE SIGNAL
STEPPING MOTOR DRIVE SIGNAL
TRACKING ERROR SIGNAL
FOCUS ERROR SIGNAL STEPPING MOTOR UNIT
VIN7 VIN8 B1 A1 A4 B4 A2 A3 B3 VIN3 VIN4 B2 HEAD AMP VIN1 VIN2 (FEP)
VO3- RFENV TRSDRV-B 23 OPIN3VO4+ TRSDRV-A 26 OPIN4VO4- 16 VO3+ 17
20 LASER DIODE Q5201 LD DRIVE 2 TRACKING BALANCE 6
TRAKING DRIVE 3 OPIN1VO1+ 14
OPTICAL PICK UP UNIT
ACTUATOR FOCUS COIL
1 FOCUS BALANCE
VO1- OPIN2VO2+ 12
ACT FTRACKING COIL
44 VO2- 11
SPINDLE MOTOR UNIT
C 6 Q BDO OFTR H3INTERFACE H3+ 79 SEN SCK STD1 STNBY 53 ECR EC FG 17 ECR 18 EC 12 FG H1CPSEN CPCEN CPUIRQ SBT1 SBOSBIH1H1+ HALL1 H26 H2H2+ HALLTRV-SW TRV-SW TRAVERSE SWITCH
(SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE) H3H3+ HALL3
H1+ 86 A90 IC6001 (OPERATION MICON) 30 TRAY SET1 TRAY SETBRK A13 BRK SS 10 SS AIC2501-12 5.0Vp-p(20usec./div.)
M1 M2 M3
(LOADING MOTOR DRIVE) 9 RIN 7 FIN OUT1 4
LOADING MOTOR UNIT
M2601 LOAD M+ LOAD MS2601 TRAY OPEN TRAY CLOSE LOADING MOTOR
(ODC) DAT0 DAT1 DAT2 DAT3 29
TRAY OPEN TRAY CLOSE
IC2591-2(UP),IC2591-4(DOWN) OPEN 2.5Vp-p (0.5sec./DIV.)
IC2591-2(UP),IC2591-4(DOWN) CLOSE 2.5Vp-p (0.5sec./DIV.)
15.3. VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM
Y ADJ. Q3225 VYOUT 140 AMP FL3501 L.P.F. Q3501 AMP Q3502 AMP VR3501 Q3503 AMP
(VIDEO DRIVER) 3 Y YOUT 19
C ADJ. Q3221 VBOUT 125 VGOUT 130 VCOUT 135 AMP FL3511 B.P.F. Q3511 AMP Q3512 AMP VR3511 Q3513 AMP 11 C COUT 14 S-VIDEO OUT
(VIDEO D/A CONVERTER) DAC-E 37
V-COMP MODEL ONLY IC3581
Q3235 FROM IC6201-9PIN SCLOCK 30 SCLOCK DAC-B 44 CB/B AMP
Q3561 AMP 4 INB OUTB 13 CB
Q3231 FROM IC6201-10PIN SDATA 31 SDATA DAC-C 41 CR/R AMP
Q3571 AMP 7 INC OUTC 10 CR
VRXRESET 49 CB/B ADJ
QR6301 NRST FROM IC6201-79PIN
VIDEO DAC MODEL ONLY
15.4. AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM
IC4201 (AUDIO D/A CONVERTER)
IC16 MIXL 2 AMP ICSTBDAC SBT1 SBO1 NRST FROM IC6201-57PIN MIXR 6 AMP A MUT FROM IC6201-53PIN Rch OUT Lch OUT
6 FROM IC6201-48 DVD-H 1
FROM IC6201-70PIN 0.7Vp-p(0.5msec./div.)
17.5. MOTHER P.C.B.
D6013 DL54 RED R6014 R6013 GREEN D6014
W207 PPW006 5
RK6009 KK6001 K6011 K6007 R6033 R6034 R6035 K6003 WR6011 R6010 W226 W022 W021
R6018 R6003 R6017 R2592 R6004 W007 W309
1 R2593 R2594 C2592
W042 FP6001 LB12
K6006 LB6005 LB6003 K6002
C6007 C4 R6038
K6008 K6004 K6012
K6014 K6013 W242 K6015 W032
W707 L6006 W708
1 K4902 D4901 R4913 R4911 B C E
R6030 W804 W223
W709 LB6011 W510 W308 W603 W710 LB6010 W711 W712 L6004 W713 W714 W705 R4590 R4599 W044
PR4911 W243 C4912
E B C QR4521
MECHANISM LOADING P.C.B.
W728 C4331 C4301 R4301 R4304 R4302 R4322 C4321 W729 W726 W240
W716 W727 C3553 R3554 C4311
R3555 FL3551 RW427 W011 W012 FL3501 RW803 R3552 R3553 1
W719 W720 C3504 W721 W722
R4342 R4344 C4342 R4343 C4347 C4343
R4372 R4371 C4373 R4374
E B C QR4381 W040 C4381 R4382 R4383
R3504 R3505 CR3503 E B C
1 R3512 R3516 R3514 C3511
R4332 R4331 R4314 W031
W602 W20 W22 W406 W407 E B C W303 6
R4363 R4364 C4366
C4367 R4373 C4374 C4372 R1
17.6. FRONT SWITCH P.C.B. AND POWER SWITCH P.C.B.
FRONT SWITCH P.C.B. POWER SWITCH P.C.B.
S6402 R6401 S6401 PAUSE S6403 FP6411 D6401 VSS-LED W002 S6411 POWER STOP S6406 R6405 W001 R6402 R6406 R6403 OPEN/ CLOSE 5 1
S6410 DIRECTION S6409 S6405 COUNT FWDSKIP RVSSKIP S6404
S6408 CINEMA D6402 CINEMA-LED R6404
18 EXPLODED VIEWS
18.1. Casing Parts & Mechanism Section Exploded View
18.2. Loading Mechanism Section Exploded View
When replacing parts, lubricate the parts marked in the diagram.
Part number JGS0091
Service Tool Grease EM-30LG
18.3. Traverse Section Exploded View
Parts number Screw lock RZZ0L01 Lubricating oil JZS0648 Grease JGS0101
Service Tool Three-bond 1401C Froil 946P MC grease PD No.10
18.4. Packing & Accessories Section Exploded View
19 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
19.1. Casing Parts & Mechanism Section Parts List 19.2. Loading Mechanism Section Parts List
Ref. No. 1 (1) 2 (1) 3 (1) 3-1 (1) 4 (1) 6 (1) 7 (1) 8 (1) 9 (1) 10 (1) 11 (1) 12 (1) 14-* (1) 15 (1) 16 (1) 17 (1) 18 (1) 19 (1) 25 (1) 26 (1) 28 (1) 31 (1) 34 (1) 35 (1) B1 (1) B2 (1) B3 (1) B4 (1) B5 (1) B6 (1) B7 (1) B8 (1) B9 (1) B11 (1)
Part No. VGM1696 VYK8895 VEP91251A EYF52BC VEP99145J VMA0F67 VMD3854 VMD3855 VYF2675 VKA0039 VEP96587A VWJ1406 VGQ5639 VMD3955 VDK0164 VMB3430 VGL0812 VYQ1896 VKW2802 VYP7772 VEP96586C VEP96588A VWJ1439 VMA0E29 VHD1094 VHD0690 VHD0690 XTV3+8G XTBS26+10J XYE3+EF12 XYE3+EF20 XYE3+EF25 XYE3+EF8 XTV3+10G
Part Name & Description TOP COVER LEG POWER SUPPLY P.C.B. FUSE HOLDER MOTHER P.C.B. REAR PANEL SPACER(L) SPACER(R) TRAY TOP FOOT RUBBER FRONT SWITCH P.C.B. 12-PIN FLEXIBLE CABLE MASK SHEET SHUTTLE BASE SHUTTLE CAM SHUTTLE SPRING HOLDER SHUTTLE KNOB FRONT COVER FRONT PANEL MODULE P.C.B. POWER SWITCH P.C.B. 5-PIN FLEXIBLE CABLE FRONT ANGLE SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW
ZA3501 ZA4201 ZA4751 ZA4752 ZA6001
VJR0978 VJR0978 VJR0978 VMC1446 VJR0978
MISCELLANEOUS VYQ1654 FL HOLDER UNIT 1
Ref. No. PS1101
Part No. VJS4223A018
Part Name & Description CONNECTOR (FEMALE) 18P PHOTO COUPLER TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR S.RESISTOR 330K M.RESISTOR 0.82 C.RESISTOR 470 C.RESISTOR 470 M.RESISTOR 39K C.RESISTOR 220K C.RESISTOR 220K M.RESISTOR 10 C.RESISTOR 3.9M C.RESISTOR 4.7M C.RESISTOR 1.8K C.RESISTOR 1.5K C.RESISTOR 100 C.RESISTOR 220K C.RESISTOR 10K C.RESISTOR 75 M.RESISTOR 1.2K M.RESISTOR 1.2K C.RESISTOR 560 C.RESISTOR 270 C.RESISTOR 2K C.RESISTOR 1K C.RESISTOR 100K C.RESISTOR 240 C.RESISTOR 240 C.RESISTOR 100 M.RESISTOR 1.2K M.RESISTOR 1.2K C.RESISTOR 100K C.RESISTOR 100 1/2W 1W 1/4W 1/4W 1W 1/4W 1/4W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W
Q1051 Q1111 QR1111 R1002 R1021 R1022 R1023 R1031 R1041 R1042 R1043 R1044 R1045 R1051 R1061 R1062 R1063 R1064 R1101 R1102 R1103 R1104 R1105 R1106 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1114 R1125 R1126 R1127 R1161 R1181
PS2561L1 2SJ525 UN4213 ERC12AGM334 ERX1SJR82 ERDS2FJ471 ERDS2FJ471 ERG1SJ393 ERDS2FJ224 ERDS2FJ224 ERG12SJ100 ERDS1TJ395 ERDS1TJ475 ERDS2FJ182 ERDS2FJ152 ERDS2FJ101 ERDS2FJ224 ERDS2FJ103 ERDS2TJ750 ER0S2CKF1201 ER0S2CKF1201 ERDS2TJ561 ERDS2TJ271 ERDS2TJ202 ERDS2TJ102 ERDS2TJ104 ERDS2TJ241 ERDS2TJ241 ERDS2TJ101 ER0S2CKF1201 ER0S2CKF1201 ERDS2TJ104 ERDS2TJ101
D6401 D6402 FP6401
LNJ301MPUJAD LED (GREEN) LNJ401NPYJA LED (AMBER) VJS3537B012G CONNECTOR (FEMALE) 12P ERDS2TJ102 ERDS2TJ122 ERDS2TJ102 ERDS2TJ102 ERDS2TJ122 ERDS2TJ152 C.RESISTOR 1K C.RESISTOR 1.2K C.RESISTOR 1K C.RESISTOR 1K C.RESISTOR 1.2K C.RESISTOR 1.5K SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH MISCELLANEOUS 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W
R6401 R6402 R6403 R6404 R6405 R6406
S6401 S6402 S6403 S6404 S6405 S6406 S6407 S6408 S6409 S6410
EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K EVQ11G07K ESE24SH7 ESE24SH7
1 FPPSVJS4366A005B CONNECTOR 5P (MALE) 1 VWJ1439 S6411 VJS3537B005G CONNECTOR (FEMALE) 5P EVQ11G07K SWITCH MISCELLANEOUS FLAT CARD CABLE VWJ1406 FLAT CARD CABLE 1
T1021 ZA1001 ZA1002 ZA1111 ZA1125
ETS29AD4H6AC TRANSFORMER EYF52BC EYF52BC VJR0978 VSC5095 FUSE HOLDER FUSE HOLDER EARTH ANGLE HEAT SINK
The illustration shows DVD-S29 for U.S.A. and Canada.
recorded with DVD video recorders etc.
Video & Still pictures (JPEG)
If you have any questions contact
Movie, Music etc.
In the U.S.A.: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) In Canada: 1-800-561-5505
Video (played as DVD-Video)
recorded and finalized with DVD video recorders etc.
recorded and finalized with personal computers etc.
Music (WMA/MP3) & Still pictures (JPEG)
See page 5 for details. For U.S.A.: The warranty can be found on page 20. For Canada: The warranty can be found on page 21. La referencia rpida en espaol se puede encontrar en la pgina 22, 23.
Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations in these operating instructions are DVD-S29 for U.S.A. and Canada.
sold on the market
Thank you for purchasing this product. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.
(Only for U.S.A.) To order accessories, refer to Accessory Purchases on page 20. (For other areas) To order accessories, call the dealer from whom you have made your purchase. Use numbers when asking for replacement parts. (Product numbers correct as of April 2005. These may be subject to change.)
Table of contents
Table of contents/Accessories
Accessories. 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS/Product Service. 4 Discs that can be played. 5
STEP 1 Connection to a television. 6 STEP 2 The remote control. 7 STEP 3 QUICK SETUP. 7 Operations
Basic play. 8 Convenient functions. 9
Displaying current playback condition (Quick On Screen Display)/ Reviewing titles/programs to play (Advanced Disc Review)/ Enjoying clear sound (Sound Enhancement).9 Recalling recommended audio/video setting (AV Enhancer)/ Enjoying virtual surround (Advanced Surround)/ Picture Mode/Changing play speed/ Skipping a minute forward/Zoom/Starting play from a selected group.10 Changing soundtracks/Changing subtitles/Angle select/Still picture rotation/ Quick replay/Program/Random play.11
Remote control AC power supply cord [U.S.A.\and\Canada] \Others] 1 Audio/video cable 2 Remote control batteries [Except\U.S.A.\and\Canada] 1 Power plug adaptor
(EUR7631100R) (K2CB2CB00016) (RJA0019-2X) (K2KA6BA00004)
The included AC power supply cord is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment. User memo: DATE OF PURCHASE ____________________________________________ DEALER NAME _________________________________________________ DEALER ADDRESS ______________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ TELEPHONE NUMBER ___________________________________________ The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit. Please note them in the space provided below and keep for future reference. MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER
Using navigation menus. 12
Playing WMA/MP3/JPEG discs.12 Playing CD/Playing HighMATTM discs/Playing RAM discs.13
Using On-Screen Menus. 14
Main menus/Other Settings.14
Changing the player settings. 16
Troubleshooting guide. 18 Limited Warranty (ONLY FOR U.S.A.). 20 Limited Warranty (ONLY FOR CANADA)/Maintenance. 21 Specifications. 22
Referencia rpida en espaol (Spanish Quick Reference). 22 Main feature index. Back cover
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. DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Except for U.S.A. and Canada
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
(Inside of product) THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible or the mains plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily operable. THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A. AND CANADA
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. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the users authority to operate this device. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS. DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNITS VENTILATION OPENINGS WITH NEWSPAPERS, TABLECLOTHS, CURTAINS, AND SIMILAR ITEMS. DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED FLAMES, SUCH AS LIGHTED CANDLES, ON THE UNIT. DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MANNER. THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN MODERATE CLIMATES. This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.
Discs that cannot be played
DVD-Audio, DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, CDV, CD-G, SACD, Divx Video Discs and Photo CD, DVD-RAM that cannot be removed from their cartridge, 2.6-GB and 5.2-GB DVD-RAM, and Chaoji VCD available on the market including CVD, DVCD and SVCD that do not conform to IEC62107.
Note about using a DualDisc
The digital audio content side of a DualDisc does not meet the technical specifications of the Compact Disc Digital Audio (CD-DA) format so play may not be possible.
Discs must conform to ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats). This unit is compatible with multi-session but if there are a lot of sessions it takes more time for play to start. Keep the number of sessions to a minimum to avoid this. If groups were created away from the root like 002 group in the illustration below, the eighth one onwards is displayed on the same vertical line in the menu screen. There may be differences in the display order on the menu screen and computer screen. This unit cannot play files recorded using packet write. Naming folders and files e.g. [MP3] (Files are treated as content and folders are treated as root 001 group groups on this unit.) At the time of recording, prefix folder and file names. This 001 should be with numbers that have an equal number of digits, 001 track.mptrack.mp3 and should be done in the order you want to play them (this 003 track.mp3 may not work at times). 002 group Files must have the extension:.WMA or.wma 001 track.mptrack.mpgroup.MP3 or.mptrack.mptrack.mp3.JPG,.jpg,.JPEG or.jpeg [WMA] 001 track.mptrack.mp3 You cannot play WMA files that are copy protected. 003 track.mp3 This unit is not compatible with Multiple Bit Rate (MBR: a file that contains the same content encoded at several different bit rates). [MP3] This unit is not compatible with ID3 tags. Compatible sampling rate: 8, 11.02, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, and 48 kHz [JPEG] JPEG files taken on a digital camera that conforms to the DCF Standard Version 1.0 are displayed. Pictures taken using digital camera functions not supported by DCF like automatic picture rotation may not be displayed. Files that have been altered, edited or saved with computer picture editing software may not be displayed. This unit cannot display moving pictures, MOTION JPEG and other such formats, still pictures other than JPEG (e.g. TIFF) or play pictures with attached audio.
STEP 2 The remote control
Insert so the poles (i and j) match those in the remote control. Do not use rechargeable type batteries. Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire. Remove if the remote control is not going to be used for a long period of time. Store in a cool, dark place.
mix old and new batteries. use different types at the same time. heat or expose to flame. take apart or short circuit. attempt to recharge alkaline or manganese batteries. use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.
Aim at the remote control sensor ( page 8), avoiding obstacles, at a maximum range of 7 m (23 feet) directly in front of the unit.
STEP 3 QUICK SETUP
Turn on the television and select the appropriate video input on the television.
QUICK OSD FL SELECT OPEN/CLOSE ADVANCED AV ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ENHANCER SURROUND SOUND ENHANCEMENT
PLAY MODE PLAY SPEED ZOOM
To change these settings later
Select QUICK SETUP ( page 17, Others tab).
SUBTITLE AUDIO ANGLE/PAGE SETUP
Shows QUICK SETUP screen.
Follow the message and make the settings.
Press to finish QUICK SETUP.
Press to exit.
Connection to a television/The remote control/QUICK SETUP
This unit consumes a small amount of power, even when it is turned off (1 W). To save power when the unit is not to be used for a long time, unplug it from the household AC outlet.
2Open the disc tray.
Remote control sensor [DVD-S29] Displaying current playback condition page 9 [DVD-S26] Reviewing titles/programs to play page 9
3Load the disc.
Load double-sided discs so the label for the side you want to play is facing up. [RAM] Remove discs from their cartridges before use.
[RAM] Can also skip to the markers.
QUICK OSD FL SELECT OPEN/CLOSE AV ADVANCED ADVANCED DISC REVIEW ENHANCER SURROUND SOUND ENHANCEMENT
Select Repeat or A-B Repeat ( page 14, Play Menu).
Search (during play) Slow-motion (during pause)
Up to 5 steps Press  (PLAY) to restart play. [VCD] Slow-motion, forward direction only
SLOW/SEARCH PAUSE PLAY
The position is memorized when ! flashes on the display. Press  (PLAY) to resume. Press  to clear the position.
Press  (PLAY) to restart play.
Standby/on switch (/I)
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.
Discs continue to rotate while menus are displayed. Press  when you finish to preserve the units motor and your television screen. Total title number may not be displayed properly on iR/iRW. If you are experiencing problems, refer to troubleshooting guide ( page 18, 19).
Standby/on indicator ()
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this indicator lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit is turned on.
[WMA] [MP3] [JPEG]
Displaying current playback condition
(Main unit) [VCD] forward direction only
Quick On Screen Display
Press [QUICK OSD].
e.g. [DVD-V] Current playback number
(during pause) [RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD]
Elapsed play time
0 : 00 : 22
On-screen item select
Return to previous screen
Play mode To exit the screen, press [QUICK OSD].
[RAM] [DVD-V] (Except iR/iRW) (Normal playback only)
DIRECT NAVIGATOR [DVD-V]
Shows a disc top menu. [RAM] Plays the programs ( page 13). [DVD-V] Shows a disc menu. [RAM] Plays a play list ( page 13). [VCD] with playback control Shows a disc menu.
1 Press [ADVANCED DISC REVIEW]. 2 Press  (PLAY) when you find a title/program to play.
You can also review each 10 minutes. Select Interval Mode ( page 16, Advanced Disc Review in Disc tab). This may not work depending on the play position.
Enjoying clear sound
Main unit display Information screen
Number display ,------. Time display
[RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD] [CD] [WMA] [MP3] You can enjoy clear sound by adding higher frequency signals not recorded on the disc.
This does not work when Advanced Surround ( page 10) is on. This may not work depending on the discs recording.
Sound Enhancement On
Press [SOUND ENHANCEMENT] to select On.
[RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD] [CD] e.g. To select 12: [S10]   [WMA] [MP3] [JPEG] e.g. To select 123:    [ENTER]
ADVANCED DISC REVIEW
[DVD-S26] (Main unit)
Reviewing titles/programs to play
Advanced Disc Review
Recalling recommended audio/video setting
Changing play speed [RAM] [DVD-V]
Play Speed x1.4 Normal Fast Slow
By pressing just one button the disc type is automatically determined and the best audio and video settings are configured.
Functions AV Enhancer On
During play, press [PLAY SPEED] to select Fast, Normal or Slow.
Fine adjustments While the menu is displayed Press  to increase or decrease the playing speed from k0.6 to k1.4 in 0.1 units.
Press [AV ENHANCER] to select On.
This may not work depending on the discs recording.
When AV Enhancer is on, you cannot change the individual settings indicated below. Audio settings: Advanced Surround ( below), Sound Enhancement ( page 9), Dialogue Enhancer ( page 15) Video settings: Picture Mode ( below)
Press  (PLAY) to return to the normal play. After you change the speed Advanced Surround ( left) and Sound Enhancement ( page 9) do not work. Audio output switches to 2 ch. 96 kHz sampling frequency is converted to 48 kHz. This may not work depending on the discs recording.
Enjoying virtual surround Advanced Surround
[RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD] (2 or more channels)
Skipping a minute forward [RAM] [DVD-V] (Except iR/iRW)
Convenient when you want to skip commercials etc.
Press [ADVANCED SURROUND] to select SP 1, SP 2,HP 1or HP 2.
SP (Speaker) 1 Natural HP (Headphone) 1 Natural SP 2 Enhanced HP 2 Enhanced Off
Functions Advanced Surround SP 1
During play, press [CM SKIP].
This may not work depending on the play position.
When using discs recorded with surround sound, sound seems to come from speakers on either side of you. When using headphones from the connected equipment, select HP 1 or HP 2. Optimum seating position is 3 to 4 times the distance between the front left and right speakers or the width of the television if using the televisions speakers. Do not use in combination with surround effects on other equipment.
Zoom [RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD]
This feature expands the letterbox picture to fit the screen.
Press [ZOOM] to select the preset aspect ratio or Auto. (Just Fit Zoom)
Just Fit Zoom
Picture Mode [RAM] [DVD-V] [VCD] [JPEG]
Press [PICTURE MODE] to select the picture quality for movie viewing.
Fine adjustments (Manual Zoom) Press  while the menu is displayed.(Press and hold to alter faster.) from k1.00 to k1.60 (in 0.01 units), from k1.60 to k2.00 (in 0.02 units)
Starting play from a selected group [WMA] [MP3] [JPEG]
Normal images Picture Mode Mellows images and enhances detail in dark scenes. Cinema2: Sharpens images and enhances detail in dark scenes. Animation: Suitable for animation Dynamic: Enhances the contrast for powerful images. Normal: Cinema1:
A folder on WMA/MP3 and JPEG discs is treated as a Group.
1 While stopped, press [GROUP]. 2 Press [3 4] or the numbered buttons to select a group and press [ENTER].
Functions Group Search 1
[DVD-V] (with multiple soundtracks) [RAM] [VCD]
Quick replay (Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed)
Press [AUDIO] to select the soundtrack.
[RAM] [VCD] You can use this button to select L, R or LR. Audio [DVD-V] (Karaoke discs) Press  to select On or Off of vocals. Read the discs instructions for details.
Press [QUICK REPLAY] to skip back a few seconds.
Program/Random play [DVD-V] [VCD] [CD] [WMA] [MP3] [JPEG]
LPCM/ Digital/DTS/MPEG: Signal type kHz (Sampling frequency)/bit/ch (Number of channels) Example: 3/2.1ch.1: Low frequency effect (not displayed if there is no signal) 0: No surround 1: Mono surround 2: Stereo surround (left/right) 1: Center 2: Front leftiFront right 3: Front leftiFront rightiCenter
While stopped, press [PLAY MODE].
Program ---) Random---) Off (Normal play) ^-------------------------------------------b
Disable HighMAT disc play to use random and program play. Select Play as Data Disc in Other Menu ( page 15).
Program play (up to 32 items)
1 Press the numbered buttons to select the items ( page 9, Enter number).
Repeat this step to program other items. e.g. [DVD-V]
Choose a title and chapter. No. Title Chapter Time 1 Play 1 Clear Clear all
[RAM] (On/Off only with discs that contain subtitle on/off information) [DVD-V] [VCD]
2 Press  (PLAY).
Multi List Tree Thumbnail Next group Previous group All Audio Picture Help display Find
Groups and content Content only Groups only Thumbnail images [JPEG] To the next group To the previous group WMA/MP3 and JPEG WMA/MP3 only JPEG only To switch between guide messages and the elapsed play time indicator To search by a content or group title ( see below)
to select and press
Playing from the selected item (Navigation Menu) 1 Press [MENU]. 2 Press  to select the group and press [ENTER]. 3 To play content in the group in order Press [ENTER]. To start play from the selected content Press  to select and press [ENTER].
Group and content number currently playing
Navigation Menu 002 My favoriteJapanese 001 Lady Starfish Perfume 001 My favoriteMy favoriteBrazilian 002 Chinese 003 Czech 004 Hungarian 005 Japanese 006 Mexican 007 Philippine 008 Swedish 009 Piano 010 Vocal Group 005/023
Searching by a content or group title
1 Press [MENU].
Press [2 1] to highlight a group title to search a group, or a content title to search its content.
001 Lady Starfish 002 Metal Glue 003 Life on Jupiter 004 Starperson
2 Press [FUNCTIONS]. 3 Press [3 4] to select Find and press [ENTER]. 4 Press [3 4] to select a character and press [ENTER].
RETURN to exit
to display the sub menu
Number currently selected
Press [ANGLE/PAGE] to skip page by page. To listen to WMA/MP3 while showing a JPEG image on the screen Select a JPEG first, and then select WMA/MP3. (The opposite order is not effective.) To exit the screen, press [MENU].
Repeat to enter another character. Lower case is also searched. Press [6 5] to skip between A, E, I, O and U. Press  to erase a character. Erase the asterisk () to search for the titles starting with that character.
5 Press  to select Find and press [ENTER].
The search result screen appears.
6 Press [3 4] to select the content or group and press [ENTER].
Playing CD [CD]
DIRECT NAVIGATOR PLAY LIST
Playing RAM discs [RAM]
Titles appear with CD text playback.
e.g. CD text
CD Text Disc Title: All By Artist Disc Artist: Pink Island Track Title: Long John Platinum Track Artist: SHIPWRECKED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Ashley at Prom City Penguin Formura one Soccer Baseball Neanderthal Cartoons Trilobites White Dwarf Discovery
1 Press [MENU]. 2 Press [3 4] to select the track and press [ENTER].
Press [ANGLE/PAGE] to skip page by page. To exit the screen, press [MENU].
Titles appear only if you have entered them. You cannot edit play lists and titles.
Playing the programs
1 Press [DIRECT NAVIGATOR]. 2 Press [3 4] or the numbered buttons to select the program.
Press [ANGLE/PAGE] to skip page by page. To select a 2-digit number e.g. 23: [S10]   Press  to show the contents of the program.
to select and press ENTER
Press [FUNCTIONS] to switch between guide messages and the elapsed play time indicator.
Date 11/ 1(WED) 1/ 1 (MON) 2/ 2 (TUE) 3/ 3 (WED) 4/10(THU)
9 to select
On 0:05 AM 1:05 PM 2:21 PM 3:37 PM 11:05 AM
Title Monday feature Auto action Cinema Music Baseball
TOP MENU MENU
Playing HighMATTM discs [WMA] [MP3] [JPEG]
3 Press [ENTER].
Press  to select then press [ENTER].
Menu: Takes you to the next menu which shows play lists or another menu. Play list: Play starts.
Playing a play list (Only when the disc contains a play list)
1 Press [PLAY LIST]. 2 Press [3 4] or the numbered buttons to select the play list.
Press [ANGLE/PAGE] to skip page by page. To select a 2-digit number e.g. 23: [S10]  
Playlist No. 9 10
Date 11/1 1/ 1 2/ 2 3/ 3 4/10 4/11 4/ 15 4/ 17 4/ 20 4/22
Length 0:00:01 0:01:20 1:10:04 0:10:20 0:00:01 0:00:01 0:01:10 0:13:22 0:05:30 0:07:29
Title City Penguin Ashley at Prom Formula one Soccer Baseball City Penguin Ashley at Prom Formula one Soccer Baseball
To return to the menu screen, press [TOP MENU] then press [RETURN] several times. To change the menu background, press [FUNCTIONS]. The background changes to the one recorded on the disc. To display/exit the screen, press [TOP MENU].
9 to select and press ENTER
Selecting from the list
1 During play, press [MENU]. 2 Press  then [3 4] to switch among Playlist, Group and Content lists. 3 Press  then [3 4] to select an item and press [ENTER].
Playlist All By Artist No. Content title 1 Few times in summer 2 Less and less 7 And when I was born Quatre gymnopedies You've made me sad
Playlist Group Content
ENTER to play
I can't quit him Evening glory 8 Wheeling spin 9 Velvet Cuppermine 10 Ziggy starfish
Using On-Screen Menus
Select Go to the next menu
Register Return to the previous menu
Press. Main menus
Program, Group, Title Chapter, Track Playlist, Content
Select the menu.
Make the settings. Other Settings
Items shown differ depending on the type of software.
To start from a specific item
( page 10, Changing play speed) Play Speed AV Enhancer ( page 10, Recalling recommended audio/video setting)
Audio Thumbnail Subtitle Marker (VR) Angle Rotate Picture Slideshow Other Settings
To skip incrementally or decrementally (Time Slip for play only) 1. Press [ENTER] twice to show Time Slip indicator. 2. Press [3 4] to select the time and press [ENTER]. Press and hold [3 4] to alter faster. To start from a specific time (Time Search) To change remaining/elapsed time display ( page 11, Changing soundtracks) To display the current bitrate or sampling frequency To show thumbnail images ( page 11, Changing subtitles) To recall a marker recorded on DVD-Video recorders ( page 11, Angle select) ( page 11, Still picture rotation) To turn on/off slideshow To change the slideshow timing (030 sec) ( right)
(Only when the elapsed play time can be displayed, [JPEG] The Repeat and Marker functions can be used.)
Repeat A-B Repeat
Select an item to be repeated. To repeat a specified section Press [ENTER] at the starting and ending points. Press [ENTER] again to cancel. [RAM] (still picture part): Does not work. To mark up to 5 positions to play again Press [ENTER] (The unit is now ready to accept markers.) To mark a position: [ENTER] (at the desired point) To mark another position: [2 1] to select [ENTER] To recall a marker: [2 1] [ENTER] To erase a marker: [2 1] [CANCEL] This feature doesnt work during program and random play. Markers you add clear when you open the disc tray or switch the unit to standby. ( page 9, Reviewing titles/programs to play)
Picture Mode ( page 10, Picture Mode)
480i (interlace) ,------. 480p (progressive) Video Output When you select 480p and a confirmation screen appears, select Yes only if connecting to a progressive output compatible Mode television. If you have chosen 480p ( above), select the method of conversion for progressive output to suit the type of material.
( page 16, Changing the player settings) Setup Play as DVD-VR Select Play as Data Disc to play JPEG files on DVD-RAM or Play as HighMAT to play a HighMAT disc without using the HighMAT function. or Play as Data Disc
Auto1 (normal): Detects 24 frame-per-second film content and appropriately converts it. Auto2: Compatible with 30 frame-per-second film content in addition to 24 frame-per-second film content. Video: Select when using Auto1 and Auto2, and the video content is distorted.
You have forgotten your ratings password. Reset all the settings to Factory Preset.
Picture size doesnt fit the screen.
Specific operation impossible or incorrect
It takes time before play starts. [MP3] The program and random play functions do not work. [DVD-V] Menu doesnt appear. [VCD] with playback control Play may take time to begin when an MP3 track has still picture data. Even after the track starts, the correct play time will not be displayed, however this is normal. These functions do not work with some DVD-Videos.
Press  twice and then press  (PLAY).
The television may display incorrectly or colors appear faded. Menu not displayed correctly. Auto zoom function does not work well.
Restore the zoom ratio to a1.00. (10) Set Subtitle Position in Display Menu to 0. (15) Set 4:3 Aspect in Display Menu to Normal. (15) Turn off TVs zoom function. Use the other preset aspect ratios or manual adjustment. (10) Zoom function may not work well, especially in dark scenes and may not work depending on the type of disc.
There is ghosting when progressive output is on. Pictures not in progressive output. Closed captions not displayed. This problem is caused by the editing method or material used on DVD-Video, but should be corrected if you use interlace output. Change Video Output Mode in Picture Menu to 480i. (15) If the unit is connected to the television through VIDEO OUT or S VIDEO OUT, output will be interlace. When progressive output is on, closed captions will not be displayed.
noPLAy You inserted a disc the unit cannot play; insert one it can. (5) You inserted a blank disc. You inserted a disc that has not been finalized. (5) The disc may be dirty. (21) Trouble may have occurred. The number following H depends on the status of the unit. Turn the unit off and then back to ON. Alternatively, turn the unit off, disconnect the AC power supply cord, and then reconnect it. If the service numbers fail to clear, note the service number and contact a qualified service person. You havent inserted a disc: Insert one. You havent inserted the disc correctly: Insert it correctly. (8)
or, contact us via the web at:
You may also contact us directly at: 1-800-211-PANA (7262), Monday-Friday 9 am-9 pm; Saturday-Sunday 10 am-7 pm, EST.
For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY: 1-877-833-8855
Purchase Parts, Accessories and Instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at:
or, send your request by E-mail to:
You may also contact us directly at: 1-800-332-5368 (Phone) 1-800-237-9080 (Fax Only) (Monday Friday 9 am to 8 pm, EST.) Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032 (We Accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, and Personal Checks)
For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY : 1-866-605-1277
Service in Puerto Rico
Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Phone (787)750-4300, Fax (787)768-2910 F1104
Limited Warranty (ONLY FOR CANADA) PANASONIC/TECHNICS PRODUCTLIMITED WARRANTY
Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect, or at its option, replace the product for a period as stated below from the date of original purchase.
Technics Audio Product Panasonic Audio & DVD Product Accessories including rechargeable batteries
One (1) year, parts and labour One (1) year, parts and labour Ninety (90) days
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS This warranty does not apply to products purchased outside Canada or to any product which has been improperly installed, subjected to usage for which the product was not designed, misused or abused, damaged during shipping, or which has been altered or repaired in any way that affects the reliability or detracts from the performance, nor does it cover any product which is used commercially. Dry cell batteries are also excluded from coverage under this warranty. This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser only. A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase is required before warranty service is performed. THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above limitations and exclusions may not be applicable. WARRANTY SERVICE For product operation and information assistance, please contact your Dealer or our Customer Care Centre at: Telephone #: (905) 624-5505 Fax #: (905) 238-2360 Web: www.panasonic.ca For product repairs, please contact one of the following: Your Dealer who will inform you of an authorized Servicentre nearest you. Our Customer Care Centre at (905) 624-5505 or www.panasonic.ca A Panasonic Factory Servicentre listed below:
Richmond, British Columbia Panasonic Canada Inc. 12111 Riverside Way Richmond, BC V6W 1K8 Tel: (604) 278-4211 Fax: (604) 278-5627
Calgary, Alberta Panasonic Canada Inc. 6835-8th St. N. E. Calgary, AB T2E 7H7 Tel: (403) 295-3955 Fax: (403) 274-5493
Mississauga, Ontario Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Dr. Mississauga, ON L4W 2T3 Tel: (905) 624-8447 Fax: (905) 238-2418
Lachine, Qubec Panasonic Canada Inc. 3075, rue Louis A. Amos Lachine, QC H8T 1C4 Tel: (514) 633-8684 Fax: (514) 633-8020
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.
Clean this unit with a soft, dry cloth
Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit. Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully. Cleaning of the lens is generally not necessary although this depends on the operating environment. Do not use commercially available lens cleaners as they may cause malfunction.
Wipe with a damp cloth and then wipe dry.
Limited Warranty (ONLY FOR CANADA)/Maintenance
Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
Signal system: NTSC Operating temperature range: i5 to i35 oC (i41 to i95 xF) Operating humidity range: 5 to 90 % RH (no condensation) Discs played [8 cm (3 z) or 12 cm (5 z)]: (1) DVD (DVD-Video) (2) DVD-RAM (DVD-VR, JPEG4, 5) (3) DVD-R/RW (DVD-Video) (4) iR/RW (Video) (5) CD, CD-R/RW [CD-DA, Video-CD, SVCD1, MP32, 5, WMA3, 5, JPEG4, 5, HighMAT Level 2 (Audio and Image)] Video output: Output level: 1 Vp-p (75 ) Output connector: Pin jack Number of connectors: 1 system S-video output: Y output level: 1 Vp-p (75 ) C output level: 0.286 Vp-p (75 ) Output connector: S terminal Number of connectors: 1 system (480p/480i) Component video output: Y output level: 1 Vp-p (75 ) 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) PB output level: PR output level: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) Output connector: Pin jack (Y: green, PB: blue, PR: red) Number of connectors: 1 system Audio output: Output level: 2 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB) Output connector: Pin jack Number of connectors: 2 channel: 1 system Audio performance: (1) Frequency response: DVD (linear audio): 4 Hz22 kHz (48 kHz sampling) 4 Hz44 kHz (96 kHz sampling) 4 Hz20 kHz CD Audio: (2) S/N ratio: CD Audio: 115 dB (3) Dynamic range: DVD (linear audio): 100 dB CD Audio: 98 dB (4) Total harmonic distortion: CD Audio: 0.0025 % Digital audio output: Coaxial digital output: Pin jack
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