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rawler 10:09am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 
Pros - This DVD player seems to handle scratched disks much better than our old Yamaha. Its slimline design is also a plus.
jwillekens 9:21pm on Monday, September 13th, 2010 
I rate this player recorder as 5 stars because of the ease of use of the product and the quality is great.
algernon24 2:25pm on Friday, August 27th, 2010 
Very easy setup. Auto shut off to save power. Very happy with purchase. Easy To Set Up","Easy To Use Works perfectly with DVD any region. Tried with disc bought back in Italy and here in USA.
schello 1:51am on Thursday, May 20th, 2010 
At Last I Can Watch Region 2! The Pioneer arrived with a plug adapter (not expected but thrilled to receive it.
HaskeNL 8:53am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010 
the USB input is very nice and easy to use. FAT32 formatted drives - only. A little slow loading but for the price, nice. Attractive Design".
shaka 3:14am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
good price, ease to use and nice product The Pioneer DVD player was delivered rapidly and intact. Assembly and hookup to our LCDTV was simple and easy.
edonato 3:59am on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 
I bought the Pioneer DV-420V-K (not to be confused with the Pioneer DV-220V-K) as a replacement for a dead CD player connected to my main entertainmen...

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DVD PLAYER

DV-533 DV-533K DV-440

Operating Instructions

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PURCHASE OF THIS FINE PIONEER PRODUCT.
Pioneer is on the leading edge of DVD research for consumer products and this unit incorporates the latest technological developments. We are sure you will be fully satisfied with the DVD player. Thank you for your support. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference. This player is not suitable for commercial use.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

[For U.S. model]

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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The serial number for this equipment is located in the rear panel. Please write this serial number on your enclosed warranty card and keep it in a secure area. This is for your security.
On the bonnet of the unit.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Features of This Player

Compatible with DVD, Super VCD/ Video CD and CD formats
DVD, Super VCD/Video CD and CD discs that display the logos shown below can be played back on PIONEER DVD players. For more information on discs compatible with this player, refer to the table below.
Types of playable Diameter/Playable discs and their marks sides DVD VIDEO DVD VIDEO Playback time Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 2) 1 layer 133 min. 2 layer 242 min. 1 layer 266 min. 2 layer 484 min. Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 2) 1 layer 41 min. 2 layer 75 min. 1 layer 82 min. 2 layer 150 min. Digital audio (MPEG 1) Digital video (MPEG 2) 40 min. Digital audio (MPEG 1) Digital video (MPEG 2) 10 min. Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 1) Max. 74 minutes Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 1) Max. 20 minutes Digital audio Max. 74 minutes Digital audio Max. 20 minutes
The disc format logos shown above are found on disc labels or on disc jackets. To prevent malfunction, do not use an 8 cm (3 in.) adaptor (for CDs). Discs other than the ones indicated above cannot be played on this unit. DVDs that have incompatible region numbers, DVDAudio, DVD-ROM, and DVD-RAM cannot be played on this unit. The region number of the player can be found on the rear panel.
*1 Playing recordable CDs
This unit can play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in CD Audio or Video CD format, or with MP3 audio files.
12 cm (5 in.)/ single-sided 12 cm (5 in.)/ double-sided DVD VIDEO
MP3 compatibility information
The CD-ROM must be ISO 9660 compatible. Files should be MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 format, 44.1 or 48kHz. Incompatible files will not play and UNPLAYABLE MP3 FORMAT will be displayed. Not compatible with some variable bit-rate (VBR) files. VBR files may not show play times correctly. This player only plays tracks that are named with the file extension.mp3 or.MP3. This player is not compatible with multi-session discs. If you try and play a multi-session disc, only the first session will be played. Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your MP3 files. The disc must be finalized in order to play. Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular audio CD quality. Although this player will play lower bit-rate MP3 tracks, the sound quality becomes noticeably worse at lower bit-rates. Only the first 8 characters of folder and track names (excluding the.mp3 extension) are displayed. This player can recognize a maximum of 250 folders and 250 tracks. Discs containing more than 250 folders or tracks will play, but only the first 250 folders/tracks.

Select your display preference Move
Differences in Disc Composition
All discs are divided up into smaller, more manageable sections so that you can find specific content more easily. DVD discs are divided into one or more titles. Each title may be further divided into several chapters. Occassionally, a chapter may contain index points, effectively dividing the chapter up into several parts, too.
Title 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Title 2 Chapter 1 Chapter 2
How to Proceed in This Manual
DVD is an incredible format that presents the highest quality digital audio and video available today. Because using the DVD player and DVDs may be confusing at first, following the order below should help you get through the important stages of getting set up so you can start using your player as soon as possible.
Get familiar with the player.
Refer to the section Before Using on page 8 to confirm that all the accessories were included with the player. If you are new to DVD, it might be beneficial for you to go through the Names and Functions section starting on page 9 to get familiar with the parts and buttons on the main unit and remote control as they will be referred to throughout this manual. There is also a list of terms that can be found on page 61 if you are having trouble understanding some of the terminology associated with DVD.

Super VCD/Video CD/CD

Super VCD/Video CDs and CDs are divided into a number of tracks. In rare cases, a track may contain a number of index points, effectively dividing the track up into several parts.
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
Make the necessary connections.
No entertainment system seems to be set up exactly the same way. The Making Connections section starting on page 14 shows how video and audio connections may be made to suit your home entertainment system.
Set up the necessary player menus.
Before you can begin to enjoy the benefits of the DVD format, it is first necessary to set up the player to output the video and audio information that corresponds to your system. The section Setting Up the Player starting on page 17 explains how to use the Setup Navigator, a function that automatically sets up the player corresponding to the answers given in a multiple-choice on-screen procedure. The Setup screen menus, described in the section starting on page 24, are also used in a number of other functions. Learning the procedure for operating these menus will make using this player much easier and more enjoyable.

Super VCD/Video CD

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 4

Track 5

Disc Care.. 56 For Proper and Long Use of This Unit. 56 Language Code List.. 58 Troubleshooting.. 59 Terms... 61 Specifications.. 63
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings.. 24
Using the Setup Screen Menus.. 24 Changing to the Setup Screen Expert Menu Mode.. 25 Adjusting the Dynamic Range of the Audio Soundtrack. 26 Setting the Digital Audio Output To Be Compatible with Your AV Component. 26 Getting Surround Sound from Stereo Speakers.. 28 Setting the TV Screen Size.. 29 Switching the S-Video Output.. 30 Selecting the Type of Paused Image to Display... 30 Setting the Position of the On-screen Display.. 30 Adjusting the Video Quality.. 31 Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle (Multi-Angle).. 33

Before Using

Checking Accessories
Please confirm that the following were received with the player. Audio cord
Preparing the Remote Control
Inserting batteries into the remote control
While pushing the tab on the battery compartment cover toward the center of the remote, pull out in the direction indicated by the arrow. Insert batteries.
Make sure to match the plus (+) and minus () polarity guides on the batteries with the marks inside the battery compartment.

Video cord

Power cord Remote control unit

eSTEP/SLOWE 1REV

STOP 7 DISPLAY SETUP

Close the cover.

AA (R6P) dry cell batteries Notes
Do not mix old and new batteries. When replacing batteries, use all new batteries. When not using the remote control for a long period of time (over 1 month), remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery corrosion. If battery leakage occurs, wipe the battery liquid from the battery component, then insert new batteries.
When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instructions rules that apply in your country or area. H048 En Operating instructions (this manual)
RANDOM PROGRAM SEARCH MODE

SUB TITLE

LAST MEMORY

PLAY 3 PAUSE 8

CONDITION MEMORY

TOP MENU

REPEAT A-B

REPEAT

CONTROL VIDEO OUT

Video cord (Included)

Audio cord (Included)

Finally, connect to a power outlet.

TV or monitor

VIDEO IN

AUDIO IN

Make video connections from the VIDEO OUT jacks on the player to the VIDEO IN jack on the TV or monitor using the video cord included with the player.
Make audio connections from the AUDIO OUT jacks on the player to the AUDIO IN jacks on the TV or monitor using the stereo audio cord included with the player. Be sure to match the color of the plugs with the color of the jacks (red and white).

Audio Connections

This player features two digital (optical and coaxial) and also analog audio output formats.

DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL

The digital signal is transmitted electronically through a coaxial cable. Use to connect to an AV amplifier or receiver with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG decoder. Use a coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL (coaxial digital output) on the player to the coaxial digital input on an AV amplifier or receiver.
Digital Audio Connections
You can enjoy the digital audio recorded on DVD discs from both optical digital and coaxial digital output jacks. When making digital audio connections, do not make connections from both the coaxial and optical digital outputs to the same component. When a DVD recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG is loaded, noise will be output if you have made connections via the digital audio jacks to a receiver or amplifier that cannot decode a Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG digital bitstream. In this case, be sure to set up the Setup Navigator audio settings to best reflect the type of system you are using (page 19). Additionally, the digital audio settings can be adjusted manually in the Setup screen Audio 1 menu (pages 26, 27).
AV amplifier or receiver with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG decoder

MAKING CONNECTIONS

DIGITAL IN

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL

The digital signal is transmitted as light pulses through a fiber-optic cable. Use to connect to an AV amplifier or receiver with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG decoder. Use a fiber-optic cable (not supplied) to connect the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL (digital optical output) on the player to the digital optical input on an AV amplifier or receiver.

Analog Audio Connection

When using a microphone, connect like this. Make analog audio connections to a stereo amplifier or receiver. Analog audio connections can also be made to a TV or monitor with stereo input jacks. Use the supplied audio cord to connect the AUDIO OUT on the player to the audio input on the stereo amplifier or receiver. When making analog audio connections, be sure to match the color of the plugs with the color of the jacks (red and white).
Stereo amplifier or receiver

AUDIO IN L R

Video Connections
This player features S-video, composite, and component video output possibilities. Check the manual supplied with your TV or monitor to determine the best possible connection for your system. In addition to making physical connections to your TV or monitor, it is also necessary to assign the TV screen size. You can use the [Setup Navigator] in the Setup screen General to set whether you are using a wide screen or standard size TV or monitor (page 18). Additionally, you can use the [TV Screen] setting in the Setup screen Video 1 menu (page 29).
Make component video connections to a TV or monitor with component inputs to produce a higher quality video image. Use a component video cable or 3 video cords (not supplied) to connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks on the player to the component jacks on the monitor.

S-VIDEO OUT

Make S-video connections to a TV or monitor with S-video input to produce a high quality video image. Use an S-video cable (not supplied) to connect the SVIDEO OUT jack on the player to S-video input on the TV or monitor.

Y PB PR

COMPONENT VIDEO IN

VIDEO OUT S

System Control Connections

S-VIDEO IN

Make composite video connections to a standard TV or monitor with a video input jack. Use the supplied video cable to connect one of the VIDEO OUT jack on the player to the video input on the TV or monitor. Be sure to match the color of the plug with the color of the jack (yellow).
Using a commercially available cord with a mini plug (3.5 mm dia. with no resistance) to connect this players CONTROL IN jack to the CONTROL OUT jack of another PIONEER component bearing the mark, you can control the player as though it were a component in a system (system control). If you connect for system control, you cannot operate the player directly. Point the remote control unit at the component (AV amplifier, etc.) connected to the CONTROL OUT jack to operate. When controlling as a system, be sure to make a connection to the amplifier using an audio or video cord, even when using only digital components. For details, refer to the operation manuals of the connected components.

Setting digital audio connections to an AV amplifier or decoder
The [Digital Jack] screen establishes whether digital connections have been made to an AV amplifier, receiver, or external decoder. As there are numerous options available, please refer to the instructions supplied with the component the player is connected to determine what digital audio formats can be decoded. If you have made no digital connections, select [Not Connected].
Dolby Digital Dolby Digital/DTS Dolby Digital/MPEG Amp Connection Digital Jack Dolby D/DTS/MPEG PCM Not Connected Compatible with Dolby Digital Move

Confirming the settings

The [Exit Setup Navigator] is the final screen in the Setup Navigator.
Setup Navigator Save Changes Delete Changes Start Again
Exit Setup Navigator Changes are saved Move
Settings: Save Changes* Select to have the player make all of the necessary audio, video and language settings according to your responses in the Setup Navigator.
Delete Changes Select to exit the Setup Navigator without changing any of the system settings. Start Again Select to return to the [OSD Language] screen of the Setup Navigator and do the settings again. *Factory setting

SETTING UP THE PLAYER

Settings: Dolby Digital* Dolby Digital/DTS Dolby Digital/MPEG Dolby D/DTS/MPEG PCM Not Connected *Factory setting
To change other player settings in the Setup screen menus
The procedure for changing the settings in the Setup screen menus is described on page 24.
Setting compatibility with 96 kHz output
The [96 kHz PCM Audio] screen establishes whether or not the AV component the player is connected to is capable of processing an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz. This screen only appears if connections have been made to an external AV component as determined in previous screens.
Setup Navigator Amp Connection 96kHz PCM Audio No Yes Don't Know Digital jack not compatible with 96kHz Move
Settings: No* Select if the connected AV component cannot process an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz. Yes Select if the connected AV component can process an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz. Dont Know Select if you are uncertain whether the connected AV component can process an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz. *Factory setting

When a Menu Screen is Displayed DVD/Super VCD/VideoCD
Menu screens are displayed for DVDs that have menu screens or Super VCDs/Video CDs that include Playback Control (PBC). DVDs often contain extra information that can be accessed in the DVD menu and sometimes makes navigating DVD menu screens as enjoyable as watching the feature presentation.
To navigate a menu screen
Although individual DVD titles may differ, when a menu screen is displayed, use the cursor buttons (2/ 3/5/) and ENTER on the remote control. The cursor buttons are used to move around the options on the screen and ENTER is used for selection. Occasionally, the number buttons may also be used to make selections. If this is possible, using number buttons serves to directly select an option on a menu screen. Only number buttons are used to make selections on Super VCD/Video CD menu screens. When the Super VCD/Video CD has more than one menu, pages can be advanced to or returned to with PREV 4 or NEXT.

SETUP MENU

TOP MENU RETURN ENTER
Cursor buttons PREV 4 STOP 7
To Open or Return To the DVD or Super VCD/Video CD Menu Screen
Although this differs depending on the disc, pressing MENU, TOP MENU, or RETURN during DVD playback or RETURN during Super VCD/Video CD playback displays the menu screen. Refer to the DVD or Super VCD/Video CD disc jacket and accompanying documentation for more information.

Number buttons

GETTING STARTED USING YOUR DVD PLAYER
To play Super VCDs/Video CDs without displaying menu screens
Super VCD/Video CDs with Playback Control (PBC) display a menu screen when play is started. It is possible, however, to play back Super VCDs/Video CDs without displaying menu screens. When a Super VCD/Video CD with PBC is loaded, press STOP 7, and then the number button of the track you want to play.
Example: When a DVD that has menu screens is loaded
Highlight Clips Chapter List Commercial Header Subtitles Soundtrack Start Main Feature
Example: When a Super VCD/Video CD that has Playback Control is loaded

STANDARD VOCAL BEST

Don't Tekno for an Answer Bad Whack Naff Riff dubmyheadbassman Gooey Love Jingle Praise the Day G3, Ba-san Abstract Jazz Phunk Rock the Love Jive Bertie B.& the Goans Hood in the Boyz Sleek Machine Philip William Formerly an Artist Pfeuti John Torn Hot Monkey Stick

The disc tray goes back in.
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Using the Setup Screen Menus
The procedure on this page describes how to operate the menus on the Setup screen. These menus are used to set and adjust a number of system settings. The various functions that can be adjusted are covered throughout this manual. The procedure on this page provides a basic outline for using the Setup screen menus.
Press ( STANDBY/ON on the front panel). Press SETUP.
The Setup screen appears.

Example

Audio DRC Off Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital DTS Out Off 96kHz PCM Out 96kHz 3 48kHz MPEG Out MPEG 3 PCM Setup audio Digital output format/tone adjust Move
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select the menu you want.
As each menu is selected with the cursor, the settings appear below the menu heading.
It is recommended to set up player using the Setup Navigator (page 17). If you selected [Auto Start Off] when the Setup Navigator appeared, you may still set up the player using the Setup Navigator in the General menu screen. If you choose not to use the Setup Navigator, be sure to make the necessary settings in the Setup screen Audio 1, Audio 2, Video 1, Video 2 and Language menus as described on the following pages. Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in the player. If a DVD has been loaded, be sure to press STOP 7 before proceeding.
Use the cursor buttons () to enter the menu.
The top item within the menu becomes highlighted.
Audio DRC Off Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital DTS Out Dolby Digital 3 PCM 96kHz PCM Out 96kHz 3 48kHz MPEG Out MPEG 3 PCM Change Dolby Digital output mode Move
Use the cursor buttons (5/) to select the setting you want to change.
The options available for each setting appear to the right when the setting is selected. The current setting appears with the setting indicator lit.

2 3, 4, 5, 6

Use the cursor buttons (3) to enter the setting options.
Audio DRC Off Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital DTS Out Dolby Digital 3 PCM 96kHz PCM Out 96kHz 3 48kHz MPEG Out MPEG 3 PCM Output Dolby Digital Move
Not all menu options can be changed while a disc is playing. In these cases, the options appear grayed out on the screen and cannot be adjusted. To change these settings, press STOP 7 first before pressing SETUP. Operating the menu after pressing STOP 7 may cancel the resume function. Some menu options are not immediately effective if set while a disc is playing. To make these settings effective, stop playback and then start again, or change the settings while the disc is stopped.

Use the cursor button () to select [Video Setup] then press ENTER.

Memory Move

Off Select

3 Check

DISPLAY
When you are finished making adjustments, press ENTER to establish the new settings.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select the setting to [On] or [Off].
To create your own setting (2)

Fine Focus Move

On Select

Off Check

Use the cursor buttons (5/) to select the setting to adjust.
You can adjust any or all of the following picture quality factors: Fine Focus Switch on to reveal greater detail (higher resolution) in the picture. Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the elements in the picture. Sharpness Adjusts the sharpness of the mid-frequency (less detailed) elements in the picture. (This setting is only effective when [Fine Focus] is [On].) Chroma Level Adjusts how saturated colours appear. Hue Adjusts the overall colour balance between red and green. (This is only effective when the player is connected using the VIDEO OUT or S-VIDEO OUT jacks.)
Use the cursor button () to select [Video Setup] and press ENTER. Press DISPLAY.
Fine Focus Contrast Sharpness Chroma Level Hue Memory
On min soft min green Off

Off max fine max red 2 3

Use the cursor buttons (5/) to select the setting and use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the settings.
Adjust these while a disc is playing to see the effect of changes immediately.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the settings.
To memorize the setting, select [Memory1, 2, 3], then press ENTER.
The previous setting will be erased.
Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle (Multi-Angle)
You can select a camera angle when viewing DVDs with the multi-angle option.
To check whether or not a disc is recorded with angles
The jacket of discs that are recorded with angles will be marked with. When locations on discs that are recorded with angles are played back, the indicator can be displayed. To cancel the angle mark, set [Angle Indicator] to [Off] in the Setup screen Video 2 menu described in the section below.
Turning the angle indicator on and off Expert
When a picture recorded in different angles is played back is displayed on the screen. This setting lets you see clearly whether the playback picture is recorded in multiple angles or not. Turn the angle indicator on or off in the [Angle Indicator] setting in the Setup screen Video 2 menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 25).
Background Pioneer Logo Video Adjust Still Picture Auto On Screen Display Position-Normal Angle Indicator On Off Move
Press ANGLE during playback.
The camera angle changes each time you press the button.

Angle : 4/4

Settings: On* (
is displayed) *Factory setting

Off (Not Displayed)

Even when the [Angle Indicator] setting is set to [Off], the indicator in the display panel of the player lights during multi-angle playback. Therefore, it is possible to know when the multi-angle function can be used without having to display the icon on the screen.

You can use the Multi-Angle function only with discs featuring recordings of images shot from different camera angles. During Multi-Angle playback, the indicator in the display lights. For some discs, selection can be made using the DVD menu. In this case, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen and then make your selection.
Setting the Language Options
DVDs have the capacity to contain a great deal of audio information, which includes the ability to hold up to 8 different language tracks and subtitle information in as many as 32 different languages. This section outlines the variety of audio language and subtitle options available with this player. Please note that if you have completed the Setup Navigator, the audio and subtitle language options have automatically been set in accordance with the [OSD Language] (the language that appears on the screen). Note
DVDs differ in content and do not all contain multiple language or subtitle information. Therefore making settings in this section may have no effect on some DVDs.
Changing the Audio Language (Multi-Language Function) DVD
Dolby Digital, PCM, and other audio data can be recorded on DVDs in a number of languages or audio tracks, letting you choose the desired language or audio.
Setting the On-screen Display (OSD) Language
This setting is used to establish the language that operation indicators and on-screen messages and operations display. Change this setting in the Setup screen Language menu [OSD Language] setting.
OSD Language Audio Language Subtitle Language Auto Language English franais Deutsch Italiano Espaol
Press AUDIO repeatedly to select the desired language.
Pressing AUDIO once displays the currently selected language. Subsequent presses rotates through the audio languages available on the DVD.
Dolby Digital 5.1CH Dolby Digital 5.1CH
Select the On Screen Language Move

English

Spanish

* Factory setting

You cannot switch languages if there is only one language recorded on the disc. Switching the audio language may not be possible with some titles. In this case, the mark is displayed. For some titles, selection can be made using the DVD menu. In these cases, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen and then make your selection.
The menu settings may be different from those shown above. The [OSD Language] setting is factory set to [English]. If you want English to be displayed, it is not necessary to adjust this setting.

The amount of echo effect needed may differ for different styles of music and for different preferences.

2 1, 5 1, 6

MIC VOLUME ECHO

When howling occurs

If sound from the speakers is picked up by a mic and output again through the speakers, the result is a screeching sound known as howling. To eliminate howling: Point the mic away from the speakers. Move the mic away from the speakers. Turn VOLUME counterclockwise to lower the volume level. Turn ECHO counterclockwise to lower the echo effect. Note
Reduce the volume when plugging in the microphone to prevent feedback.
Turn both VOLUME and ECHO counterclockwise to the minimum level.
To avoid possible damage to your speakers, be sure to turn down the volume completely before preceeding to step 2.
Connect a microphone (not supplied) to the MIC input jack.
The karaoke function is active whenever a microphone is connected to the player. Make sure that the plug is inserted firmly and completely into the jack to use the karaoke function.
Microphone (not supplied)
Load a disc with the music you want to use. Play the title, chapter or track and adjust the volume of the audio playback.
For more information on loading a disc and playing back a title, chapter or track, refer to the section Getting Started Using Your DVD Player starting on page 20. Adjust the volume on the TV or component that audio connections are made to. VOLUME on the front panel controls only the level of the microphone.
Setting the Parental Lock Level DVD
This player lets you set the Parental Lock if the DVD has a parental lock level recorded on it. With Parental Lock capable discs, you can block access to material you feel is inappropriate for your children. Refer to the DVD disc jacket and the accompanying documentation to see if a particular disc contains a parental lock level. Make changes to the [Parental Lock] setting in the Setup screen General menu. Please note that changes to the Parental Lock level cannot be made when a disc is playing. Stop playback of the disc before attempting to make any changes. You cannot select [Level] or [Country Code] until you have registered a password. Select [Password] to register a new password. See Entering the password on the this page for how to register a new password.
Setup Menu Mode Basic Setup Navigator Parental Lock Password Level Country Code Setup viewing restrictions Move

Entering the Password

When you select either [Level] or [Country Code], it is necessary to register the password (4-digit code number). Youll be asked to confirm your existing password before registering a new one. Use the following steps at any time you are asked to enter or confirm your password.

Video CDs remaining time Video CDs total time
current track number Video CDs total elapsed time
10.53 5.23 Play Track 3 3.56/
Depending on the format and type of disc being used, not all screens may be displayed. When playing Video CDs in PBC mode or unfinalized CDRs not all the above information is displayed.
elapsed time of current track
total time of current tracks

current track number

Play Track 3 1.27/

10.53 5.23

remaining time of current track

Play 1

Press DISPLAY during while a disc is stopped to display DVD title and chapter information or Video CD and CD track information or MP3 folder and track information. Press DISPLAY again to turn the display off. Information about the titles and chapters or folders and tracks on a disc is displayed. When the information exceeds the space on the screen, use the cursor buttons (2/3) to move to other screens. DVD
Information: DVD Title 05 1/2 Chapter 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ 12 1~8 Title 10 Chapter 1 ~ ~ 13 1~5 1~4 1~8

3 3.29/

0.03 3.32
remaining total time of current tracks

Play All 1/10 66.20/

current total time of tracks

1.13 66.32

Titles and number of chapters in each title

Video CD and CD

CDs remaining time CDs total time
current track number/ total number of tracks in folder

Play Track

Information: Compact Disc Total time 72. 04 Track Track Time 06 5. 4. 07 6. 08 5. 09 5. 10
Time 6. 51 3. 18 6. 50 4. 16 3. 22

1/7 0.07 TRACK1~1

Total playing time of disc, tracks and track times

track name

Information: MP3
current folder number/ total number of folders

Play Folder

2/3 0.07 FOLDER~1

Folder 005

Track 1~~ 11 1~~ ~ 15
Track 1 ~ ~ 13 1~5 1~4 1~8

folder name

Folders and number of tracks in each folder

Output of the digital audio signal is transmitted electronically using a coaxial cable. Because the signal being transmitted is digital, connection must be made to the coaxial digital input of another component. Noise will be output if connected to the analog audio inputs as the digital signal cannot be decoded.

Multi-angle

When you watch a TV program, you are watching the image filmed through the TV camera. Because of this, the picture is displayed on your TV from the viewpoint of the TV cameras position. In a TV studio, the image is filmed by many cameras at the same time, and one of those images is selected by the program director and transmitted to your TV. If all the filmed images were transmitted to your TV you would be able to select the camera image you want. Some DVD discs are recorded with the angles of more than one camera used for filming, and these can be selected using this player. These types of discs are called multi-angle discs.

Digital output (Optical)

Normally, audio is converted to an electric signal and transmitted through an electric wire from the player to the amplifier, etc. Changing this signal to a digital signal and transmitting it through an fiber-optic cable is called optical digital output. Similarly, optical digital input receives digital signals from external units such as an AV amplifier or receiver.

Multi-session

A CD-R/RW that contains two or more sessions. Each session is a complete recording process, so each session is read as a complete disc.

Parental lock level

This function was suggested by parents concerned about what type of media their children were able to watch. Parental lock restrictions are restrictions incorporated into titles which include scenes that parents may not wish their children to view.

System control

When you connect this player via a cord with a mini plug to another Pioneer component such as a receiver or an amplifier bearing the mark, you can control the player as though it were a component in a system. To control the player, point the players remote control at the component that the player is connected to, and not the player itself.
PCM stands for Pulse Code Modulation and is digital audio. The digital audio of CDs is PCM. This player also has a function that converts Dolby Digital and MPEG digital bitstreams into PCM to enable you to listen to quality digital sound even without a special decoder.

 

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