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DVD/SACD Digital Home Entertainment System
All-in-one Integrated SACD / DVD, Digital Surround Sound Receiver Enjoy Superior Multichannel Wide Spectrum Surround Sound with Super Audio CD Enjoy Superior Video Quality with FAROUDJA Progressive Scan (excl Europe) Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS, Dolby Prologic and MPEG decoding 275 watts (3300 watts PMPO) Total System Power 100 watts (1200 watts PMPO) powered wOOx subwoofer for extra deep bass Slim 2-way Wide Spectrum satellite speakers Hi-Frequency Ribbon Tweeters in support of SACD sound CVBS, S-Video output & Component (R/G/B) video output (Scart for Europe) DVD, DVD+RW, SACD, VCD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW and MP3-CD playback Parental control with child lock Full function remote control, also controls Philips TVs Easy to set up, color coded connections Aluminium speaker stands
Sound Enhancement SACD (Super Audio CD) Super Audio CD (SACD) is the next generation music format that provides a more natural, ultra-high quality sound due to the revolutionary DSD technology. It offers consumers a smooth migration path to higher quality sound, as all existing CDs can be played on the SACD system. Also, the use of a hybrid disc makes the system fully backward and forward compatible. It offers additional features such as multi-channel sound, which delivers the most exciting and participatory audio experience possible. Pure sound, rich with nuance and the ambiance of alive performance like being right in the music hall, the chapel, the theatre or the local bar. Something you have never experienced before! Dolby Digital Surround Sound Available on DVD, Laserdisc*, satellite broadcasts, Cable and as the standard for HDTV, Dolby Digital offers the ultimate experience in home theater surround with six discrete channels of digital CD sound. Discrete means that each channel carries its own sound and depending on what happens on screen each speaker plays its own unique role in providing the right sound. Front left, center and right join two surround speakers to reproduce highs, mid and bass frequencies in five full-range channels of surround. Bass rumble, explosions and low frequency effects you feel are delivered through a dedicated sixth, subwoofer channel. Also known as AC-3 and Dolby 5.1, Dolby Digital delivers the expanded sense of depth, localization and overall realism which was formerly only known from digital surround sound equipped cinemas. DTS - DTS surround sound is a cinema surround sound audio format that offers superior digital audio performance than other available surround sound formats. DTS offer more clarity and definition especially for higher tones. The better sound quality is a direct result of the limited sound compression (3:1 instead of 11:1 for Dolby Digital) and the 20-bit resolution. DTS movie and music software is available on various DVD and CD titles. MP3-CD Playback - Download MP3 songs from the internet on a PC and record them on a CD. This special "MP3-CD" can now be played on the Philips LX8000SA Mini System. One MP3-CD can carry up to 12 hours of music. 6-speaker package No less then 4 2-way satellite loudspeakers and one 2-way center speakers to build your personal cinema on a stand or wall-mounted with the enclosed wall-brackets. The five speakers are acoustically specially designed to match the tonal characteristics of the receiver. Front left, right and center speaker are magnetically protected to prevent any interference with television picture tube purity. The sixth speaker is a 100 watt powered wOOx subwoofer. 275W surround power output The five, 3x35W (left, right, center) and 2x35W (rear), receiver amplifiers together with the 100W subwoofer amplifier deliver 275 Watts of home theater power (6 Ohm, 1 kHz and 10% THD total harmonic distortion). Ribbon Tweeters Conventional cones and dome tweeters are based on a moving coil (dynamic principle). The radiation pattern of such tweeter will only be limited to radiate in a 180 degree field, which means it is very directional and limited in stereo imaging reproduction. With the ferrite ribbon tweeter, which is typically a dipole, the high frequencies are radiated in a full 360 degree pattern. It is producing a sound on the front and the back at the same time. The result is a very 'open' wide spectrum high frequency reproduction which further enhances the surround experience in a multichannel set-up. 100W powered wOOx subwoofer Subwoofers add dynamism to normal music and motion pictures. It sets the stage for a more intense sensation. The 100W Philips subwoofer features a 6.5" wOOx based radiator for even deeper impact. In all, the subwoofer is sufficiently power packed to generate that cinema essential sonic sound boom.
Philips patented wOOx Technology ensures superior bass results. The dual suspension bass radiator, together with dedicated amplifier circuitry, is especially designed to produce and handle high dynamic sound signals at very low frequencies. Because of the dual suspension, the excursion of the membrane can be extreme. This, in combination with the symmetrical sandwich construction, provides for very low and precise bass without noticeable distortion. The net effect of using wOOx Technology is a tight bass sound that is significantly "lower and louder" than conventional mini shelf systems. Clear Voice Many DVD movies fail terrible on sound clarity and transparency in the mid frequency range (1-3 kHz). This means that dialogues are often difficult to follow, especially in scenes with dramatic sound effects. Philips has developed a 'Clear Voice' sound algorithm that steers the digital sound processor to extract the voice dynamics in movie dialogues on all 5 surround channels - without compromising on the location accuracy and the width of the surround sound. Video Enhancement Progressive Scan: DCDi by FAROUDJA In its mix of high end features, Crystal Clear Pro also integrates the 3:2 pull down Progressive Scan with which the films are shot at a frame rate of 24 frames per second. When transferred to a DVD, which uses NTSC system of 60 frames per second, each of the film's 24 frames must be shown either twice or three times in an alternating sequence. To accurately reproduce the film in progressive form, Philips DVD analyze and detects the 3, 2, 3, 2, 3, 2 sequence encoded in the DVD and re-interlace (combining the complementary adjacent frames) them accurately into progressive image. By using the 3:2 pull down technology, pictures are noticeably sharper with film based material. Even on large screens, the progressive scan lines are barely noticeable and picture flickering is greatly reduced, so you can extend viewing without eye fatigue. The DCDi chip from Faroudja used by Philips has already proven that the picture quality obtained is amazing. This powerful display processor (DCDi by Faroudja) constantly analyzes the sequence of the image and corrects it. Convenience Digital inputs and output 1 digital input (cinch) foreseen to connect a digital sound sources (e.g. DVD player, CD player and Digital TV). Night mode Establishes dynamic range compression of digital sound to reduce the volume differences between the loud and soft passages in source material with digital surround sound where sound level differences can be so dramatic. This feature is especially useful at night when you don't want to disturb the neighbors or wake up the kids! Video Connections 3 video outputs (incl. monitor) are foreseen to hook up video sources (S-Video/Component). Easy hook up With color coded speaker connections for quick and easy connection of all loudspeakers. By using distinct colors for each of the speaker connection terminal on the speaker and on the set, and using the same color for the cable, the chance of faulty connection (and customer complaints) are practically zero! 40 tuner presets with station name display The available tuner presets can be randomly used to store FM and MW stations (40 in total). Each of the presets can be given a user defined name of up to 8 characters. Giving the preset a name is as easy as 1-2-3 with the menu navigator. Display brightness adjustment Conveniently adjusts the brightness of the display in 2 steps. Standby power <0.5W To help save energy consumption, the standby transformer of this set has been designed not to consume more than 0.5 watt in standby mode.
DVD & VCD Playback The DVD drive plays DVD, DVD+RW and Video CD discs as well as CD, CDR and CD-RW, MP3-CD discs recorded on a CD recorder. The system has a full on screen display for easy set-up and operation. Other video features are zoom, multi-angle and parental lock. Connections Audio inputs/outputs - TV - AUX - Analog Audio - Headphone Digital audio 2 analogue input sources, 1 analogue output connection : in : in : out : 3.5 mm : 1 digital input connection : 1 digital output connection Video 3 output connections - TV : out - YUV : out - S-VIDEO : out Speaker Connections suitable for speakers 6 Ohm - left, right, center : click-fit connection - rear left, right : click-fit connection Miscellaneous connections - subwoofer pre-out :1 - FM antenna : coax 75 Ohm - AM antenna : loop type
Perspective view of alumiunium speaker stands
EAN Code: (/22S) EAN Code: (/21R) Product Dimensions: 390 mmW x 73 mmH x 360 mmD (receiver) 93 mmW x 270 mmH x 35 mmD (l/r, front + surround) 286 mmW x 93 mmH x 64 mmD (center speaker) 195 mmW x 460 mmH x 255 mmD (subwoofer) Package Dimension: Total package weight: Container loading: Container loading: Country of orgin: 594 mmW x 436 mmH x 514 mmD 12 kg 200 pcs (20' container) 420 pcs (40' container) China
Carton contains: DVD/Receiver LX8000SA, 2 speaker stands, remote control, batteries, instruction for use, AM + FM antenna, quick installation card, warrantee information, 6 loudspeakers (incl. subwoofer), loudspeaker cable (L/R: 2x9ft, C: 1x9ft, S: 2x33ft.), subwoofer + connection cable, digital audio cable, video cable Printed in Singapore Date printed : Jul 2002 Specifications subject to change without notice. 2002 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. http://www.audio.philips.com
DVD VIDEO DIGITAL SURROUND SYSTEM
DVD HOME CINEMA SYSTEM
Hook Up Guide
You can listen to normal TV broadcast channels through the home cinema sound system from such an audio connection. When listening to TV programmes, you have to set the DVD system to TV/AV mode in order for the sound to be heard.
This Hook Up Guide shows the basic setup of your DVD home cinema system and the connections to your TV!
Connecting Speaker Cable
0.3 (8m 1" m)
If your TV is not equipped with a SCART connector, connect your TV through the corresponding CVBS A or S-Video B output. Notes: On the TV - The CVBS jack may be labeled as Video, Composite or Baseband and is usually yellow. - The S-Video In jack may be labeled as Y/C, S-Video or S-VHS.
front right Centre
SPEAKER SYSTEMS (8)
R L C SR SL
DIGITAL CENTER OUT OUT
FRONT CENTER SURROUND
DIGITAL WOOFER IN LINE OUT
subwoofer Surround right Surround left
Recommended Speaker Setup
Front Speaker (Left) Subwoofer Centre Speaker Front Speaker (Right)
Connect the DVD system and subwoofer to the power outlets only after you have finished hooking up everything.
Rear Speaker (Left Surround) Rear Speaker (Right Surround)
black black black black black
red white green grey blue
Front Right (R) (FR) Front Left (L) (FL) Centre (C) Surround Right (SR) Surround Left (SL)
Quick Use Guide
Make sure your DVD system and TV are connected and turned on!
Turning on the power and listening to preset radio stations
AUTO INSTALL- PRESS PLAY will appear on the display. If not, press and hold on the system. Press on the system again to start installing all available radio stations. Once completed, the last tuned radio station will play. Press to select a preset radio station.
To tune to a non-preset radio station, press S T briefly and repeatedly.
Playing a disc
With the DVD systems power on, press DISC on the remote control. Turn on the TV power and set to the correct Video In channel or Audio/Video mode. The DVD systems screen saver will show on the TV.
The TVs Video Input channel may be called AUX or AUXILIARY IN, AUDIO/VIDEO or A/V IN, EXT 1 or EXT 2, etc. These channels are often near channel 00. See your TV manual for details.
DVD VIDEO /SACD DIGITAL SURROUND SYSTEM
Press OPEN/CLOSE on the system and load a disc, then press OPEN/CLOSE again to close the disc tray. Playback will start automatically. If not, press .
If a disc menu appears, use to make the necessary selection, then press OK. Or, use the numeric keypad on the remote control to select features. Follow the instructions given on the disc menu.
DISC SYSTEM MENU OK
During playback, you are able to change certain operations or features (for example, change the subtitle language, play in slow motion speed, etc.). Press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control, then use to select your preferred options and press OK to confirm. To remove the menu bar, press SYSTEM MENU again.
Please refer to the owners manual Special DVD/VCD features for more information.
To stop playback, press.
Region Codes DVDs must be labeled for ALL regions or for Region 2 in order to play on this DVD system.
Playing other equipment connected to your DVD system
To use your DVD systems home cinema surround capabilities, connect other equipment and select the correct input source.
Please refer to the users manual Connecting Additional Equipment for more information.
LX7000SA / LX8000SA CD Recorder
DIGITAL IN AUX IN
Select input source from the remote control
Turn on and/or press PLAY on the equipment to start playback.
If necessary, connect the Video Output of the connected equipment (VCR or laser disc player) to TV for viewing purposes.
"DIGITAL OUT" VCR / Laser disc player "AUDIO OUT" Televeision
to select "DI".
to select "AUX".
Detailed playback features and additional functions are described in the accompanying users manual.
Important notes for users in the U.K. Mains plug This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows: Remove fuse cover and fuse. or BSI approved type. Refit the fuse cover. If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place. If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp. Note: The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp socket elsewhere. How to connect a plug The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following code: blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L). As these colours may not correspond with the colour markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or coloured black. Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or coloured green (or green and yellow). Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over the two wires. Copyright in the U.K. Recording and playback of material may require consent. See Copyright Act 1956 and The Performers Protection Acts 1958 to 1972.
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA Si dichiara che lapparecchio LX8000SA, LX7000SA Philips risponde alle prescrizioni dellart. 2 comma 1 del D.M. 28 Agosto 1995 n. 548. Fatto a Eindhoven Philips Consumer Electronics Philips, Glaslaan JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
The DVD VIDEO player is in conformity with the EMC directive and low-voltage directive.
Discs information... 19 Basic playback... 1920
Continue playback from the last stop point (DVD/VCD) Skipping to another track/chapter Fast Search Repeat play Repeat A-B Programme favourite tracks (Audio CD)
Features.... 6 Discs for playback... 6
Supplied accessories.. 6 Environmental information.. 6 Installation... 6 Maintenance... 6
Special DVD/VCD features... 2123
Changing subtitle language (DVD) Changing audio language Changing speaker surround output Advancing by frames Playing in slow motion Searching for a particular passage Viewing from another angle (DVD) Zooming in Moving to another title/chapter Playback from a selected point Favourite Track Selection - FTS Checking the contents of a DVD
Top and Front panels... 7 Remote Control... 8
Connecting antennas... 9
MW Indoor Loop Antenna FM Indoor Antenna FM Outdoor Antenna
Connecting the speakers.. 10 Connecting a TV.. 10 Connecting additional equipment... 11
Analogue audio connections Digital audio connections Replacing the centre speaker with the TV
Special VCD/SVCD features... 24
Playback Control (PBC)
Special SACD, MP3 and CD features. 24
Special MP3-CD features... 24
Supported MP3-CD format Selecting a desired album/track Repeat play
Setting up the surround sound system.. 12
Placing the speakers Changing the volume level
Plug and Play... 25 Tuning to radio stations... 25 Presetting radio stations... 25
Automatic preset from a desired preset number Manual preset of favourite radio stations
Setting up the subwoofer... 12 Inserting batteries into the remote control.. 12 Switching on the system... 13 NTSC/PAL Setting... 13 System Setup (DVD).. 1315
Setting the picture Setting the sound Setting the language Setting the features
Listening to preset radio stations.. 26 Erasing a preset radio station.. 26
Clock setting... 26 Timer setting... 27
Deactivating the timer Activating the timer to the last preset time and source
Child lock (DVD/VCD)... 16 Parental Level (DVD)... 17 Change Country (DVD)... 17 Change Code (DVD/VCD)... 17
DIGITAL CENTER OUT OUT AUX IN TV IN LINE OUT
IMPORTANT! Before connecting the AC power cord to the wall outlet, ensure that all other connections have been made. Never make or change any connections with the power switched on. The type plate is located at the rear or bottom of the system.
FM Indoor Antenna
Connect the supplied FM antenna to the FM 75 jack. Move the antenna in various directions until the clearest signal is received. Note: Keep the antenna as far away as possible from the TV, VCR or any radiation source to prevent unwanted noise.
MW Indoor Loop Antenna
Connect the supplied MW loop antenna to the MW jack. Position the loop antenna to receive the clearest sound.
FM Outdoor Antenna
For better FM reception, use a 75 coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the system to an outdoor FM antenna as shown.
Fix the claw to the slot MW
Connecting the speakers
Connect the supplied speaker systems using the supplied speaker cables by matching the colours of the jacks and speaker cables.
Connecting a TV
You must connect a TV to the DVD system in order to use the DVD system. IMPORTANT! There are various ways to connect the system to a TV (as shown in the illustration below). You only need to make ONE of the best connections, depending on the capabilities of your TV system.
Press up (or down) the clip on the speakers jack and fully insert the stripped portion of the speaker cable into the jack, then release the clip.
If your TV has a SCART input connector
Connect the subwoofers AUDIO INPUT jack to the WOOFER LINE OUT jack and then connect the speakers as follows :
Use the supplied audio cables to connect the systems AUDIO-TV IN (L/R) jacks to the corresponding AUDIO OUT jacks on the TV. Use the Scart cable to connect the systems SCART OUT jack to the corresponding SCART VIDEO IN jack on the TV.
If your TV has a S-Video input connector
Use the supplied audio cables to connect the systems AUDIO-TV IN (L/R) jacks to the corresponding AUDIO OUT jacks on the TV. Use the S-Video cable to connect the systems S-VIDEO jack to the S-Video input jack on the TV.
(for model LX8000SA only) Before connecting the speakers;
q Set up the speaker stands (refer to the accompanying Installation Guide) or/and mount the speakers onto the mini speaker stands as shown in the illustration. q Remove the protective cover only after the connection and installation of speakers are completed.
If your TV is not equipped with a SCART or S-Video input connector
Use the supplied audio cables to connect the systems AUDIO-TV IN (L/R) jacks to the corresponding AUDIO OUT jacks on the TV. Use the video cable (not supplied) to connect the systems CVBS jack to the video input jack on the TV. Note: On the TV, The S-Video In jack may be labeled Y/C, S-Video or S-VHS. The CVBS jack is usually yellow and might be labeled Video In, Composite or Baseband.
Notes: Ensure that the speaker cables are correctly connected. Improper connections may damage the system due to short-circuit. For optimal sound performance, use the supplied speakers. Do not connect more than one speaker to any one pair of +/- speaker jacks. Do not connect speakers with impedance lower than the speakers supplied. Please refer to the SPECIFICATIONS section of this manual.
FM 75 MW
DIGITAL WOOFER LINE OUT IN
Connecting additional equipment
You can connect other audio and audio/visual equipment to the DVD system in order to use the Home Cinema Audio Systems surround sound capabilities. IMPORTANT! For connection to additional equipment, the audio/video cables are not supplied. When making connections, make sure the colour of cables matches the colour of jacks. Always refer to the instruction manual of the connected equipment to make an optimal connection. Some DVDs have anti-copying devices, so you will not be able to record the disc through a VCR.
Digital audio connections
For listening to the playback from the CD recorder
Connect the systems DIGITAL IN jack to the DIGITAL OUT jack on a CD recorder. Notes: You cannot hear the SACD or MP3-CD playback if you use the digital connection. If the audio format of the digital input does not match the capabilities of your DVD Home Cinema System, it will produce a strong, distorted sound or no sound at all.
Connect the systems DIGITAL OUT jack to the DIGITAL IN jack on a CD recorder. Note: If DVDs are encoded with anti-copy protection, digital recording is not possible.
Analogue audio connections
For listening to the other equipment
Connect the systems AUX IN (R/L) jacks to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the other audio/visual device (such as a VCR, Laser Disc player or cassette deck).
Replacing the centre speaker with the TV
You can remove the centre speaker and redirect the sound through your TV system if the TV has a CENTER IN jack. Connect the CENTER IN jack of your TV to the CENTER OUT jack of your DVD system. Caution: Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.
Connect the systems LINE OUT (R/L) jacks to the AUDIO IN jacks on the recording device (such as a tape recorder or CD recorder).
CVBS FM/MW ANTENNA
AUDIO IN CENTER IN
VCR / laser disc player / cassette deck
tape recorder / CD recorder
Setting up the surround sound system
You must connect all the speakers and set up the system properly in order to enjoy the Digital Cinema experience at home (refer to Connections - Connecting the speakers). You will have the feeling of being in the middle of the action because sound is coming from everywhere around you. The subwoofer can enhance the bass performance of your system dramatically. IMPORTANT! Please sit at your usual listening position in order to set up the speaker balance correctly.
Changing the volume level
You can change the speakers sound distribution to suit your surround sound needs, except for CDDA DTS disc. q Press CENTER +/- to adjust the level of the centre speaker. CEN XX is displayed. q Press REAR +/- to adjust the level of the rear surround speakers. SL XX or SR XX is displayed. Notes: XX denotes the volume level between -6 to +6. For CDDA DTS disc, please refer to System Setup (DVD) Setting the sound ( ) - Speakers for changing the volume level of the centre speaker, rear speakers and subwoofer.
Placing the speakers
To obtain the best surround effect, place the speakers as follows.
Setting up the subwoofer
Use the supplied subwoofer cable to connect the subwoofers audio input jack to the WOOFER LINE OUT jack of the DVD system. Connect the subwoofers AC power cable to the wall socket and switch on the power. It will automatically switch on when receiving an audio signal input. If there is no audio signal input, it will switch off automatically. Set the phase polarity at the rear of the subwoofer at either 0o or 180o to determine better bass reproduction effect in your listening environment. Press SUBW +/- to adjust the volume level of the subwoofer (-6 to +6). SUB XX is displayed.
Place the front left and right speakers at equal distances from the TV and at an angle of approximately 45 degrees from the listening position. Place the centre speaker above or below the TV so the centre channels sound is localised. Place the surround speakers at normal listening ear level facing each other or mounted on the wall. Place the subwoofer on the floor near the TV. Notes: To avoid magnetic interference, do not position the front speakers too close to your TV. If the rear surround speakers are installed farther away from the listening position than the front and centre speakers, it will weaken the surround effect. All speakers should be securely installed to prevent accidents and improve sound quality.
Inserting batteries into the remote control
Open the battery compartment. Place the batteries in the compartment with the correct polarity as indicated by + and - symbols. Close the cover. CAUTION! Remove batteries if they are exhausted or will not be used for a long time. Do not use old and new or different types of batteries in combination. Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed off properly.
Switching on the system
After completing all the connections, connect the AC power cord of the DVD system and subwoofer to the power outlet.
System Setup (DVD)
The system setup is carried out via the TV, enabling you to customise the DVD system to suit your particular requirement. If the options selected are not available on a disc, then the discs own preference will be used.
q The first time you turn on power, "AUTO INSTALL - PRESS PLAY" may appear on the display screen. Press on the system to start installation or press to exit (refer to Radio Reception Plug and Play).
To enter System Setup menu
Press SOURCE button (or press TV/AV, DISC, TUNER or AUX/DI) to select the input source. The selected source will be displayed.
Press SYSTEM MENU then 4 to select the menu bar on the TV screen. Playback will stop. Use 2 to toggle through the functions ( ) and select your preferred option. Press OK to confirm a highlighted selection.
q For viewing a DVD or VCD, a TV needs to be connected (refer to Connections - Connecting a TV). Switch on the TV and set it to the correct video in channel (for example, EXT1, EXT2, AV1, AV2). Refer to your TV instruction manual for details. The default screen appears on the TV. q You can connect other equipment to the DVD system in order to use the Home Cinema Audio Systems surround sound capabilities. For example, connect to a TV and select TV/AV as the input source or connect to a VCR and select AUX as the input source. IMPORTANT! If your TV screen is only showing a black/white picture or the picture is completely distorted, please refer to NTSC/PAL setting or System Setup (DVD) - TV system. If you do not get a proper picture or sound, please refer to System Setup (DVD) in order to change the pre-settings as necessary to accommodate your TV system or change to your preferred settings.
To remove the menu, press SYSTEM MENU again.
Setting the picture
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TV Shape Black Level shift Video shift Colour settings Personal colour TV System On
1 Personal Settings. Auto
TV Shape Select the aspect ratio of the connected TV. If you have a normal TV and your DVD is formatted for wide screen viewing, select 4:3 letter box. Wide picture with black bands will be displayed on the upper and lower portions of the TV screen. If you have a normal TV and your DVD is not formatted for wide screen viewing, select 4:3 panscan (default setting). A picture is displayed on the whole TV screen (or reformatted to fit your TV). If you have a wide screen TV, select 16:9 (you must also set your wide screen TV to full size).
Set the DVD system to NTSC or PAL, whichever matches your TV. The factory default setting is PAL. This setting is necessary if you connected the DVD system to a NTSC TV only.
Press SOURCE or DISC to select disc mode. Make sure that no disc is inside the disc tray. Hold down DISC on the remote control until the current setting (NTSC or PAL) appear on the display.
If you want to change the setting, repeat step 2.
16:9 (Wide screen)
TV System (NTSC/PAL conversion) This setting is applicable only if you used the CVBS or SCART jacks to connect the DVD system to a TV. Select the colour system that matches the connected TV. You do not need to change the setting if your TV is PAL-compatible. The factory default setting is PAL. It will change the video signal of a NTSC disc and playback in PAL format. If your TV is compatible with both NTSC and PAL, select AUTO.
4:3 LB (Letter Box)
4:3 PS (Pan Scan)
If your TV is NTSC-compatible, select NTSC. It will not support the PAL format DVDs and playback of a PAL DVD is not possible. Note: Slight picture distortions may occur due to this conversion. This is normal.
Note: The format you select must be available on the disc. If it is not, the settings for TV Shape will not affect the picture during playback. Black level shift (NTSC output only) Select On if you set the DVD system to NTSC and you are playing NTSC-compatible DVDs. This will improve the colour contrast and picture. Video shift Use this setting to move the picture on your TV to the left or right. The default setting is in the centre. Colour settings You can select one of the predefined sets of colour settings: Personal, Rich, Natural, Soft or Animation. Personal colour It allows you to define your own set of colour settings by adjusting : Saturation, Brightness and Contrast. Use keys to adjust the values of these settings, then press OK.
IMPORTANT! Some operations may be different or restricted, depending on the disc format. Refer to the jacket or case of the disc you are playing. Changing the Subtitle Language, Audio Language, Smart Colour and Sound mode from the menu bar are only applied to the current disc, it will not change the default preset at User Preference Settings.
Playing in slow motion
Move to in the menu bar and press 4. Use to select the required slow motion speed. (1 = reverse) (2 = forward) 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 +1/8, +1/4, +1/2, +1
To resume normal play, press . Note: The sound will be muted during slow-motion play.
Searching for a particular passage
Moving to another title/chapter
Some discs may contain more than one title or chapter. If the disc has a title or chapter menu recorded on it, you can start playback from the selected item.
in the menu bar and press 4.
Use to select the required search speed. (1 = reverse) (2 = forward) 32, 8 , 4 +4, +8, +32
To resume normal play, press . Note: The sound will be muted during certain fast reverse or forward search speeds.
(chapter) from the menu bar.
Use to select a desired title/chapter number. Playback will start automatically. Note: Selecting a title or chapter might not be possible on certain discs.
Viewing from another angle (DVD)
Some DVDs include scenes recorded from different camera angles. The selections of angle depend on the disc format. Check the DVD disc case or disc menu for details and availability. q Move to in the menu bar and use 34 to select the
Playback from a selected point
This function allows you to start playing at any chosen time on the disc.
desired angle. Playback changes to the selected angle.
This function allows you to enlarge the picture on the TV screen and to pan through the enlarged image.
Move to in the menu bar and press 4. Playback will pause. A time edit box appears on the screen, showing the elapsed playing time of the current disc. Enter hours, minutes, and seconds from left to right in the time edit box using the numeric keypad (0-9). Each time an item has been entered, the next item will be highlighted. Press OK to start playback from the selected time on the disc. Note: This option may not be available on certain discs.
in the menu bar.
Use to activate the ZOOM function and select the required zoom factor: 1.33 or 2 or 4.
To shift the enlarged picture on the TV screen
Press OK to confirm the selection. The panning icon appears on the screen. Use and down. to move the zoomed picture left, right, up
When OK is pressed, the picture will remain panned. To exit ZOOM mode, set the zoom factor to Off (zoom factor 1) in the menu bar.
Favourite Track Selection - FTS
The FTS function allows you to store your favourite titles and chapters (DVD) and favourite tracks and indexes (VCD) for a particular disc in the system memory. FTS programme can contain up to 20 items (titles, chapters etc.). A programmed FTS will be placed on top of the list when playback is activated. When the list is full, a new programme will replace the last programme on the list. The programme can be selected and played at any time.
To store chapters/indexes
At Title, use to move to a desired title number, then press 4. The title number will be marked and the highlight moves to the first available chapter number of this title. Use to select the required chapter number, then press OK to store. The title/chapter selection will be added to the list of the programme.
To activate/deactivate the FTS programme
To set up an FTS programme, access the FTS menu
Press SYSTEM MENU. Move to in the menu bar and press 4. The FTS menu appears. To remove the menu, press SYSTEM MENU again.
q Move to FTS and use to select On or Off. OR q Press PROG on the system to toggle between On and Off.
To erase an FTS Programme
Press 4 to select Program. Use to select the required number and press OK to erase.
FTS Title Chapter
To erase the entire FTS programme
Press 4 to select Clear all. Press OK to erase.
Checking the contents of a DVD
Press DISC MENU on the remote control. If the current title has a menu, the menu will appear on the screen. Otherwise, the disc menu will be displayed. Use 34 to select the desired title or chapter, then press or OK. The selected title or chapter starts playing.
FTS Title Index
q To remove the menu, press DISC MENU again. Notes: The details of operation might differ depending on the DVD. Selecting a title or disc might not be possible on certain DVDs.
The following functions can be performed in the FTS menu: To store titles/tracks
Press 4 to select Title. Use to select the required title number and press OK to store. The title number will be added to the list of the programme.
q If you wish to store the entire Title, press OK.
Special VCD/SVCD features
PBC playback allows you to play Video CDs interactively, following the menu on the display.
Downloading MP3 files from the Internet or copying songs from your own legal discs is a delicate process.
Sound Quality AM radio FM radio Near-CD CD-like Bit Rate 32 kbps 64 kbps 96 kbps 128 kbps 256 kbps 320 kbps Approximate Approximate total MP3-CD time Reduction Ratio 40 : : : : ::hrs 20 hrs 15 hrs 10 hrs 5 hrs 3 hrs Compression rate low suggest to play CDs instead Comment Sound quality significantly affected not recommended. Balanced sound quality compression rate
To set PBC on/off
q While playback is stopped, press DISC MENU to toggle between PBC ON and PBC OFF.
It is normal to experience an occasional skip while listening to your MP3 discs. Additional note for MP3 disc Playback In compliance with the SDMI, digital-out is muted while playing MP3 discs. Due to the recording nature of Digital Audio MP3 (DAM), only digital audio music will play. The disc reading time may exceed 10 seconds due to the large number of songs compiled onto one disc. For multi-session discs with different formats, only the first session will be available.
When playing a disc with PBC, If PBC is set to Off
q Once the disc is loaded in the disc tray, it will start playback automatically.
If PBC is set to On
q Once the disc is loaded in the disc tray, the PBC menu (if available) will appear on the TV screen for selection. q Pressing DISC MENU during playback will return to the PBC menu. Note: If PBC is on, TIME SEARCH and REPEAT functions are not available.
Selecting a desired album/track 1 Hold down S / T to select a desired album. 2 Press S / T briefly and repeatedly to select a desired
track. q You can also use the numeric keypad (0-9) to enter your choice. During playback, numbers are used for track selection. While playback is stopped, numbers are used for Album selection.
Album 4 Track --/--Audio Disc Mode
Special SACD, MP3 and CD features
q Some CD, SACD, or MP3-CD may contain text information (e.g. track name, album name, artist name, etc.) which will appear on the TV screen during playback.
q Only the following functions are possible for MP3 discs: STOP / PLAY / PAUSE SKIP NEXT / PREVIOUS REPEAT (TRACK / ALBUM / DISC)
Special MP3-CD features
Supported MP3-CD format
ISO 9660 format. Maximum 30 characters. Maximum nested directory is 8 levels. Maximum album number is 32. Supported VBR bit-rate. Supported sampling frequencies for MP3 discs are : 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz. Supported bit-rates of MP3 discs are: 96, 112, 128, 256 (kbps).
q Press REPEAT repeatedly to select the following : REPEAT TRACK repeat the current track. REPEAT ALBUM repeat the current album. REPEAT DISC repeat the entire disc.
q Press REPEAT repeatedly to select REPEAT OFF.
Plug and Play allows you to store all available RDS stations and radio stations automatically.
Tuning to radio stations
Press SOURCE to select TUNER mode (or TUNER on the remote control. Press TUNER again to select the desired band : FM or M W
First time setup/power up
When you turn on the power, "AUTO INSTALL - PRESS g PLAY" is displayed. Press on the system to start installation. "INSTALL TUNER" is displayed, followed by "AUTO PROGRAM". The system will automatically store the radio stations with sufficient signal strength, starting from FM band and followed by MW band. Weak radio stations may be stored in later presets. When all the available radio stations are stored or the memory for 40 presets are used, the last preset radio station (or the first available RDS station) will be played. If the first preset is an RDS station, the system will proceed to set the RDS clock. "INSTALL TIME" is displayed, followed by "SEARCH RDS TIME". When RDS time is read, "RDS TIME" is displayed and the current time will be stored. If RDS station does not transmit RDS time within 90 seconds, the programme will exit automatically and the display will show NO RDS TIME.
Deactivating the timer
Hold down CLOCKTIMER for more than two seconds to enter timer mode. In timer mode, press on the system to cancel the timer. disappears from the display and "TIMER OFF" is displayed.
Activating the timer to the last preset time and source
Hold down CLOCKTIMER for more than two seconds to enter timer mode. Press CLOCKTIMER again to store the timer setting. The last set timer information is displayed for a few seconds and is shown.
Hold down CLOCKTIMER for more than two seconds to enter timer mode. The clock timer and starts flashing. Press SOURCE repeatedly (or DISC or TUNER on the remote control) to select the sound source. DISC XX:XX" indicates the disc mode is selected. TUNER XX:XX indicates the Tuner mode is selected. Press S or T to set the hours and minutes. To increase the speed, hold down S or T. Press CLOCKTIMER to store the timer. The set timer "XX:XX" and the selected source are displayed. remains on the display.
Sleep timer setting
The sleep timer enables the system to switch to standby mode automatically at a preset time.
Press SLEEP on the remote control repeatedly to select a preset amount of time after which the system will shut itself off automatically. The selections are as follows (time in minutes): OFF 15 "SLEEP XX" or "SLEEP OFF" is displayed. "XX" is the time in minutes. When you reach the desired length of time, stop pressing the SLEEP button. The sleep timer is now set. Before the system switches to standby mode, a countdown of 10 seconds is displayed. "SLEEP 10" "SLEEP 9". "SLEEP 1" "SLEEP"
q At the preset time, the selected sound source will play. If DISC source is selected, the timer will wake up by playing the first track of the disc or programmed track. If the disc tray is empty, it will switch to Tuner mode. If Tuner source is selected, the timer will wake up by playing the last tuned radio station. Note: During timer setting, if no button is pressed within 90 seconds, the system will exit timer setting mode automatically.
To check the remaining length of time after sleep timer is activated
q Press SLEEP once.
To change the preset sleep timer
q Press SLEEP again while the remaining sleep timer is shown. The display will show the sleep timer options.
To deactivate the sleep timer
q Press SLEEP repeatedly until "SLEEP OFF" is displayed, or press the STANDBY ON button.
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