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baotianmaxi 11:24pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010 
At Last I Can Watch Region 2! The Pioneer arrived with a plug adapter (not expected but thrilled to receive it. Excellent! I bought it. It is great! I have been able to do everything I wanted.
ItsMeOnly 10:42am on Sunday, September 19th, 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.
dbretin 5:02pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 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...
LMAC 6:00am on Saturday, July 10th, 2010 
Pros - This DVD player seems to handle scratched disks much better than our old Yamaha. Its slimline design is also a plus.
AndiG 6:15pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 
Works perfectly with DVD any region. Tried with disc bought back in Italy and here in USA. 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".
borik_ints 6:14am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
I rate this player recorder as 5 stars because of the ease of use of the product and the quality is great.
Lanik 6:35pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 
Very easy setup. Auto shut off to save power. Very happy with purchase. Easy To Set Up","Easy To Use

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VENTILATION Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to. POWER SOURCES This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. LOCATION The appliance should be installed in a stable location. NONUSE PERIODS The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time.
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H) NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
GROUND CLAMP ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT Fig. A
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. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. IMPORTANT NOTICE [For U.S. model] The serial number for this equipment is located on 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. CAUTION: This product satisfies FCC regulations when shielded cables and connectors are used to connect the unit to other equipment. To prevent electromagnetic interference with electric appliances such as radios and televisions, use shielded cables and connectors for connections.
CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
[For Canadian model] This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
[Pour le modle Canadien] Cet appareil numrique de la Classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
[For Canadian model] CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE. ATTENTION: POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT.

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.
Information to User Alteration or modifications carried out without appropriate authorization may invalidate the user's right to operate the equipment.

Features of This Player

Compatible with DVD, Super VCD (IEC standard), Video CD and CD formats
DVD, Super VCD (IEC standard), Video CD and CD discs that display the logos shown below can be played back on this DVD player. For more information on discs compatible with this player, refer to the table below.
Types of playable discs and their marks DVD VIDEO Diameter/ Playable sides DVD VIDEO Playback time Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 2) 1 layer 2 layer 1 layer 2 layer 133 min. 242 min. 266 min. 484 min. Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 2) 1 layer 2 layer 1 layer 2 layer 41 min. 75 min. 82 min. 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 min. Digital audio Digital video (MPEG 1) Max. 20 min. Digital audio Max. 74 min.

What is Super VCD?

This player supports the IECs Super VCD standard. Compared to the Video CD standard, Super VCD offers superior picture quality, and allows two stereo soundtracks to be recorded. Super VCD also supports the widescreen size.
12 cm (5 in.)/ single-sided 12 cm (5 in.)/ double-sided DVD VIDEO
Compatible with a wide range of DVD digital audio output formats
8 cm (3 in.)/ single-sided 8 cm (3 in.)/ double-sided Super VCD Super VCD 12 cm (5 in.)/ single-sided
DVDs are recorded in one of four types of digital audio formats (as of October 1998). The digital audio output jacks of this player output Dolby Digital*, DTS**, MPEG, and linear PCM digital bitstreams. This player has a function that converts Dolby Digital and MPEG audio formats into the linear PCM format. This allows playback of DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital and MPEG without the need for a decoder.

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 10 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 62 if you are having trouble understanding some of the terminology associated with DVD.
Title 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Title 2 Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Make the necessary connections.
No entertainment system seems to be set up exactly the same way. The Making Connections section starting on page 16 shows how video and audio connections may be made to suit your home entertainment system.

Super VCD/Video CD/CD

Super VCDs, Video CDs and CDs are divided into units referred to as tracks (Super VCD and Video CD tracks may also be referred to as scenes). One song generally corresponds to one track. Some tracks are further divided into units referred to as indexes. Super VCDs/ Video CDs with PBC (Playback Control) also contain menus recorded on the disc which enable easy access to the contents of the disc. When played back on a DVD player, Super VCDs, Video CDs and CDs are considered to be a single title, regardless of the number of tracks.
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
Set up the necessary player menus.
Before you can begin to enjoy the benefits of the DVD format, you should 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 22 explains how to use the Setup screen menus as well as how to make the necessary initial adjustments. The Setup screen menus are used in a number of functions. Learning the procedure for operating the menus will make using this player much easier and more enjoyable.

Play a disc.

When all the connections and setups have been made, you are ready to play a DVD, Super VCD, Video CD, or CD with the player. The section Getting Started Using Your DVD Player starting on page 26 outlines the basic player operations.

Press to switch the player on or off (pages 26, 29 and 36). When this switch is "ON", the remote control can be used to switch the player between the "ON" state and standby.
DISC buttons and indicator
Use to select discs in the player directly (page 26).

OPEN/CLOSE 0 button

Press to open and close the disc tray (pages 26 and 29).

DISC CHANGE button

Press to select the next disc in the player (pages 26 and 29).

STANDBY indicator

Indicates that the player is in standby, using a minimum amount of power to maintain system settings. Turns off when the player is on. Some models do not have a STANDBY indicator.

(reverse) button

Press to go back to previous chapters/tracks. Press and hold to perform reverse playback scanning (page 28).

KEY CONTROL buttons

Use to adjust the levels of the key in 11 steps (pages 37 and 41).

(forward) button

Press to advance to chapters/tracks. Press and hold to perform fast-forward scanning (page 28).
Number buttons (1-9, 0, +10)
Use to perform direct title and chapter/track searches, and to input numerical values (pages 27, 38 and 48).

3 (play) button

Press to start or resume playback (pages 26 and 28).

8 (pause) button

Press during playback to pause. Press again to resume playback (page 47).

7 (stop) button

Press to stop playback. Pressing once enables playback to resume from a point shortly before the location where it stopped. Pressing twice causes the disc to return to the beginning of the disc if playback starts again. Resume play is possible only in Normal mode (page 29).
PLAYBACK CONTROL button and indicator
Use to switch the playback control for the Super VCD/Video CD on or off. (page 27)

NAMES AND FUNCTIONS

KARAOKE MODE button and indicator
Use to switch between Karaoke mode and Normal mode. (pages 26 and 36)
ONE-TOUCH KARAOKE button and indicator
Use to switch One-Touch Karaoke mode on or off. (page 38)
5.1 CH MODE button and indicator
Press to switch the audio output between 5.1 channel audio and 2 channel audio. It is also possible to set the default audio output in the Setup screen Audio 2 menu (pages 24 and 31).

Display window

Displays system information (page 12).

Disc tray

When loading discs, place discs in the disc tray with the label side facing up (pages 26 and 29).

Remote sensor

Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate the player (page 9).

COND. MEMORY indicator

Indicates that Condition Memory settings are memorized for the currently loaded DVD (page 54).

DOWNMIX indicator

During multichannel audio playback, indicates that the out put signal has been downmixed from the original audio source. This is an automatic function performed by the player in order to present the most appropriate audio mix to the speakers present in your system.

TOTAL indicator

Indicates that the disc in the player is stopped and DISPLAY has been pressed (page 55).

Rear Panel

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT CONTROL TV SYSTEM PAL NTSC AUTO VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT SELECT
AUDIO OUT (2CH) AUDIO OUT (5.1CH)

FRONT SURROUND

DIGITAL OUT

ATTENUATOR

OFF ON

CENTER

SUB WOOFER
DIGITAL OUT jacks (coaxial, optical (OPT.))
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on discs. You can output the digital signal via either coaxial or optical output jack to an AV amplifier or receiver (page 18).

VIDEO OUT SELECT switch

Use to set which output is used to output the video signals. Select either video/S-video or component video signal output depending on the connections you make (page 20).

CONTROL IN jack

Use to connect this player to another component bearing the Pioneer mark. This lets you control this unit as though it were a component in a system. Player operations are then performed by pointing the remote control at the component that the player is connected to (page 21).
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
If your projection monitor, projector or similar component has component video inputs, you can produce a higher quality picture on your projection monitor or projector by connecting to the component video outputs on this unit. When using these jacks, be sure to set VIDEO OUT SELECT to the right position (page 20).

TV SYSTEM switch

Use to change the TV signal mode to either PAL or NTSC according to the type of TV and disc to be used. When the switch is in the AUTO position, the player outputs the format on the disc as is (page 21). (The TV SYSTEM switch is not present on DVD-V630.)

ATTENUATOR switch

Usually set to OFF. Switch it ON if the sound is distorted when enjoying Karaoke (page 37).

AUDIO OUT (2 CH) jacks

Use to output two-channel audio (analog) to the audio stereo inputs on a TV or stereo amplifier. If you are connecting to a receiver that has both digital and analog input jacks for DVD player connection, it may be beneficial to make both connections (page 19).

VIDEO OUT jack

To continue program playback
Press PROGRAM. Press 3 PLAY.
The reserved song will then begin to be played.
To confirm reservation details
Press DISPLAY if program playback is in progress.
Play 4-16 1.51 Program Karaoke
Perform steps 1 through 9 on page 36. Press PROGRAM. Select the disc containing the song to be reserved with DISC.
Press DISPLAY once more, and the display is switched off.
To erase all program contents
Press CLEAR in the stop mode.
During playback, press CLEAR if program input is not in progress. Notes
Program playback cannot be used with some DVD discs. If the disc is changed during program playback and a DVD is now being played, an asterisk (*) may appear in the upper right corner of the screen. This indicates that processing that is recorded on the disc and which must be executed, is being executed. With some discs, the asterisk may flash and playback may begin from a position on the disc that was not programmed. Simply wait until the asterisk disappears, because once it does, playback will begin from the programmed position. The next disc will not be played if the disc table is opened during program playback. Press PLAY to continue program playback. If you press PROGRAM when playing a Super VCD/video CD with PBC with Playback Control on, the disc stops playing and PBC operation switches off. To cancel a program, set playback Control to on during program execution. The PROGRAM button does not work while a disc is being read.

Press KARAOKE SETUP.

The karaoke setup menu appears. Depending on the type of disc that is being played back, the Karaoke Setup menus that might be displayed are listed below.
<Dolby Digital multiplex compatible DVD karaoke Disc>
Guide Melody ON Key Control 0

Vocal Partner OFF

Vocal Select V1&2

Vocal Volume MAX

The menu display varies, depending on whether a guide melody is available and on the vocal select (1 or 2).

<Other DVD Disc>

Audio 1 Key Control 0
Audio is displayed for discs having two or more audio.
Making Settings on the Karaoke Setup Menu
When you press KARAOKE SETUP, a menu of the karaoke functions that you can set for the disc that is being played back appears on the screen. You can then set these functions as desired.
<Super VCD/Video CD Audio Multiplexed Disc>

Key Control 0

<CD/Super VCD/Video CD Stereo Disc>
Displaying the Karaoke Setup menu

STEREO

When you are done, press KARAOKE SETUP to exit the Karaoke Setup menu. Note

KARAOKE SETUP

Pressing the RETURN and AUDIO buttons will also cancel the menu.
Changing the setting of vocals
You can eliminate the vocals on the disc by setting Vocal to OFF. Vocals are output when turned on.
To adjust the Vocal Partner volume, make the adjustment under Vocal Volume. (Refer to Adjusting the volume of the vocal.) On some discs, the volume of the singer may not be reduced by much even when you sing. In the case of software that contains two vocals on a Dolby Digital multiplex compatible DVD karaoke disc, the Vocal Partner feature works on the vocal that is selected through the Vocal Select menu item. (Refer to Selecting the vocal.)

Selecting the vocal

Dolby Digital multiplex compatible DVD karaoke Discs
If a track has two vocals, this item appears in the Karaoke Setup menu, allowing you to select the desired vocal.
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Vocal in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to change the settings as desired.
The vocals will no longer be audible; only the music can be heard if set to OFF.
Guide Melody ON Key Control 0 Vocal Partner OFF Vocal Select V1&2 Vocal Volume MAX
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Vocal Select in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to select the desired vocal.

Guide Melody ON

Vocal Partner ON
Settings: V1 & 2 (Vocal 1 and 2) V1 (Vocal 1) V2 (Vocal 2) MIX (Vocal 1 & 2 mixed) Notes
If V1 & 2 is set, vocal 1 plays on the left channel, and vocal 2 plays on the right channel. If MIX is selected, both vocals play in monaural on channels 1 and 2. The Vocal or Vocal Partner setting must be ON. When the Vocal Partner function is on, the vocals are played back in mono even if V1 & 2 are set.

Settings: ON OFF Note

When turning off the vocals, make sure to turn off the Vocal Partner function.
Adjusting the volume of the vocal
You can adjust the volume of the vocal in order to optimize its usefulness for karaoke practice. Turn on the Vocal or Vocal Partner function.
Setting the Vocal Partner feature
With this feature, the vocal of the singer on the disc is silenced while you sing with the microphone; when you stop singing, the singers voice becomes audible again. This function is useful for learning new songs, and for practicing a duet when you are by yourself.

Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Vocal Volume in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to set the volume as desired.
Key Control 0 Vocal Partner ON Vocal Select V1&2 Vocal Volume MAX
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Vocal Partner in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to select ON.
Settings: MAX (Maximum) 78

Settings: ON OFF

To cancel the Vocal Partner setting

18 MIN (Minimum)

Simply change the setting to OFF.
Changing the key of the music
You can change the key of the music through the Karaoke Setup menu without using the KEY CONTROL button on the main unit or the remote control.
Selecting the desired vocals or language DVD
On DVDs, some types of discs include up to eight vocals, different languages, or offer a choice of vocal or no vocal. If such a disc is in the DVD player, when playing the Audio item appears in the Karaoke Setup menu, allowing you to select the desired settings.
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Key Control in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to select the desired key.
Key Control Vocal Partner OFF Vocal Select V1&2 Vocal Volume MAX
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Audio in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to set the desired settings.

Audio Key Control 0

Settings: +5 (The key is raised) +4 +3 +2 +(Original key) 5 (The key is lowered) Note
The key that is set through the Key Control menu item can be changed by using the KEY CONTROL button on the main unit or the remote control. (page 37)
Settings: 1 Settings: Settings: 8 (Maximum) The values that are actually displayed depend on the disc in question. It can also be switched by the AUDIO button on the remote control. The above display will then disappear.
Setting multiplexed or stereo

Super VCD/Video CD/CD

Some types of discs are recorded in a multiplexed system. Sometimes the DVD player is not able to correctly identify the format, so it incorrectly selects the stereo setting. In this case, you can use this item to correct the setting. On an audio multiplexed disc, the left channel carries the instrumental and the R channel carries the instrumental and the vocals. On a stereo disc, the left and right channels both carry the instrumental and the vocals.
Singing without the guide melody
On a disc that includes a separately recorded guide melody, you can choose to sing without the guide melody, just like a professional singer.

Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Guide Melody in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to select OFF.
Use the cursor button (2 3) to select Disc in the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to select the audio recording format: STEREO or MPX, whichever applies to the disc in question.

Guide Melody

Vocal OFF
Settings: STEREO Settings: MPX
To turn the guide melody back on
Simply set the Guide Melody menu item to ON.

Changing the settings

Press KARAOKE SETUP in order to display the Karaoke Setup menu. Use the cursor button (5 ) to change the settings as desired.
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. (Chinese model only) 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). In this section, youll be able to: Select one of the subtitle languages programmed on a DVD or turn the subtitles off using the remote control (this page). Select one of the audio languages programmed on a DVD using the remote control (page 43). Change the audio output type when using Super VCDs, Video CDs and CDs (page 43). Set preferences for audio and subtitle language (page 44). Set preferences for the language to be displayed by the DVD menu (page 45). Set Auto Language to display subtitles only for foreign films (page 45). Select whether to have the subtitles turned on or off, and even opt to select assist subtitles for viewers who are hard of hearing (page 45). Select the language of subtitles that appear even when the subtitles are turned off (page 45).
Selecting a Subtitle Language (Multi-Language Subtitles)
You can select a desired subtitle language with DVDs that have subtitle data in multiple languages recorded on them.

Subtitle

:1 English

:2 Spanish

Press SUBTITLE repeatedly during playback.
Pressing SUBTITLE once displays the currently selected subtitle language. Subsequent presses rotates through the subtitle languages available on the DVD.
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.
The subtitle language cannot be switched if the subtitle language is not recorded, or if only one language is recorded. Switching the subtitle language may not be possible with some discs. In this case, the mark will be displayed. To clear subtitles during playback, press SUBTITLE and then press CLEAR, or press SUBTITLE until Off appears. For some discs, subtitle language selection can be made using the menu on the DVD. In this case, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen and then make your selection.

Parental Lock: Register Code Number
Press ENTER to set the new password.

The password is entered.

Current Level : Level3 Disc Level : Level6 Move Available Till Stop +/ RETURN Return SETUP Exit
Be sure not to forget your password. If you should forget it, reset the system, and enter a new password. To reset the system, see Resetting the Player to System Settings (page 56). Please note that this procedure resets the system, and clears all saved settings, not just the password.
Setting the Parental Lock level
Change the Parental Lock level to a higher or lower level according to the settings printed on the DVD disc jacket or accompanying documentation. If you use the Condition Memory function to save the settings for a particular disc, the Parental Lock level is saved as well. Because it is saved in memory, Parental Lock levels can be set for individual discs according to their content rather than a set level for all DVDs.
AudioVideo Language General Parental Lock: Level Change

Changing the password

Change your password whenever you feel it is necessary. However, if you forget your existing password, you cannot enter this screen to change it.

Level 1

Set Parental Lock
Select Password Change in the [Parental Lock] setting and press ENTER.
The screen changes to the password input screen as shown in the section Entering the password on the previous page.
Select Level Change in the [Parental Lock] setting and press ENTER.
The screen changes to the password input screen. If you have not yet set a password, you will be asked to do so at this time. To enter the password, refer to Entering the password on the previous page.
Enter your current password.
To enter the password, refer to Entering the password on the previous page. If you have not yet set a password, you cannot select this setting. Establish a password by selecting Level Change first.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the Parental Lock level.
The lock icons appear unlocked up to the selected level to indicate that access is available.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/) or the number buttons to enter the new password. When the new password has been entered, press ENTER.
The new password is set and the screen returns to the General menu screen. To go back to the General menu screen without making any changes, press RETURN.

Memorizing Settings for Often Viewed DVDs (Condition Memory) DVD
You can store in memory settings for DVDs you often watch. Settings remain in memory even if you remove the disc from the player, or switch power to the player to standby. If you load a disc that has its settings memorized, COND_MEM appears in the display. When you start playing the disc, the memorized settings are automatically recalled.
When a disc that has memorized settings is loaded
Condition Memory will appear on the screen, and the previously memorized settings will be selected.
Erasing the memorized settings
Press CONDITION MEMORY, then CLEAR while Condition Memory is still being displayed on the screen. The CONDITION MEMORY indicator disappears from the display window.

CONDITION MEMORY

Notes Settings are stored in memory for use any time. You can store settings for up to 15 DVDs in memory. If you memorize settings for more than 15 DVDs, previously memorized settings are erased in chronological order from the least recently memorized. Subsequently, if you load a disc with erased settings, the settings of the most recently played disc are used. If you make changes to any of the settings memorized in Condition Memory, press CONDITION MEMORY during playback to memorize new settings. Switching of the multi-language mode etc., is automatic on some discs.
Press CONDITION MEMORY during playback.
Settings are memorized for the disc currently playing.
The following 9 settings are memorized: Function mode (Normal or Karaoke) (page 26) Video Noise Reduction (page 27) OSD Position (page 35) Multi-Language subtitles (page 42) Multi-Language (page 43) Picture Quality (page 46) Direct search (page 48) Multi-Angle (page 49) Parental Lock Level (page 51)

Viewing Disc Information

Use DISPLAY to get current information about the disc currently loaded. You can get information about the titles and chapters on a DVD or tracks on a Super VCD/Video CD or CD. When viewing DVDs, you can also check the digital bitstream transmission rate.
The display changes for each type of disc as follows each time the button is pressed.

TITLE information:

Play Title

:11 1.19 40.00/ 41.19

Top Row: disc number, title and chapter number, elapsed time of current title Bottom Row: remaining time in current title, total time of current title

Information for Super VCD is not displayed.
Changing the Background Color of the Screen Expert
You can select a blue or black background to appear when the player is in the stop mode. Make changes to the [Background Color] setting in the Setup screen General menu in the Expert menu mode (page 31).
AudioVideo Language General Setup Menu Mode Expert Setup Navigator Parental Lock Level 8 Direct Search Auto Background Color Blue Black Blue Move

Track information:

:5 2.38/

20.19 4.40

Top Row: disc number, track number, total elapsed time of Video CD Bottom Row: track time, total time of current track

:5 2.02/

Top Row: disc number, track number, total elapsed time of Video CD Bottom Row: remaining time of track, total time of current track

Settings: Black Blue*

Resetting the Player to System Settings
To reset the player, press and hold 7 (stop) on the front panel when pressing STANDBY/ON (POWER) to turn the unit from standby (off) to on. All saved settings from functions such as Last Memory and Condition Memory are cleared, and all Setup screen menus are returned to factory settings.

Additional Information

Disc Care

HOW TO HOLD DISCS

When loading or removing discs, try not to touch their playing surfaces.
NEVER PLAY CRACKED OR WARPED DISCS
The disc revolves in the player at high speed when it is played. Never play a cracked, scratched or warped disc. This may damage the player or cause it to malfunction.
NEVER USE DISCS WITH SPECIAL SHAPES
CDs with special shapes (heart-shaped CDs, octagonal CDs, etc.) cannot be played on this set. Attempting to do so may damage the set. Do not use such CDs.

CLEANING

Fingerprints or other dirt on the disc may affect sound and picture quality. To clean your discs, use a soft clean cloth to wipe them. If necessary, moisten a soft cloth with diluted neutral detergent to remove heavy dirt or fingerprints.
AFTER USING DISCS, STORE THEM UPRIGHT
After playing a disc, always remove it from the player and return it to its jacket. Then store it standing upright away from heat and humidity. Store discs carefully. If you store discs at an angle, or stacked on top of each other, discs may become warped even when in their jackets. Do not leave discs in locations such as the seat of a car, which may become excessively hot.
Do not wipe in a circular direction (Concentric scratches in the disc groove tend to cause noise.)
Gently wipe from the inside toward the outer edge.
CAUTION WHEN USING THE DISC

AVOID INSTALLING IN A PLACE THAT IS:
Exposed to direct sunlight Exposed to humidity or where ventilation is poor Extremely hot or cold Exposed to vibration Exposed to dust Exposed to oily smoke, steam or heat (for example, a kitchen)

DO NOT BLOCK VENTS

Do NOT use the player on top of a long-fibered carpet, bed or sofa, and do not cover it with a cloth, etc. This will prevent heat radiation and could result in damage.

POWER-CORD CAUTION

Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be routed in such a way that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in a while. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement.

AVOID HEAT

Do NOT place the unit on equipment which generates heat, such as an amplifier. When installing the unit in a rack, place it on the lowest shelf possible (however, not where it is exposed to dust) and separated from the amplifier to avoid the heat generated by the amplifier or other audio equipment.
CAUTION: WHEN PLACING THE UNIT IN A STEREO RACK WITH GLASS DOORS
Be sure there is ample space between the unit and the glass doors when opening the disc table using the remote control. If the disc table opens against strong resistance, such as a closed glass door, damage to the unit may result.

Language Code List

Language codes are used when setting the audio and subtitle language preferences. (See page 44)
Language Japanese (ja) English (en) French (fr) German (de) Italian (it) Spanish (es) Dutch (nl) Russian (ru) Chinese (zh) Korean (ko) Greek (el) Afar (aa) Abkhazian (ab) Afrikaans (af) Amharic (am) Arabic (ar) Assamese (as) Aymara (ay) Azerbaijani (az) Bashkir (ba) Byelorussian (be) Bulgarian (bg) Bihari (bh) Bislama (bi) Bengali (bn) Tibetan (bo) Breton (br) Catalan (ca) Corsican (co) Czech (cs) Welsh (cy) Danish (da) Bhutani (dz) Esperanto (eo) Estonian (et) Basque (eu) Persian (fa) Finnish (fi) Fiji (fj) Faroese (fo) Frisian (fy) Irish (ga) Scots-Gaelic (gd) Galician (gl) Guarani (gn) Gujarati (gu) Hausa (ha)

 

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