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PRELIMINARY DATA SHEET RDV-1062 DVD PLAYER
PRELIMINARY DATA SHEET
RDV-1062 DVD PLAYER
All Rotel DVD players extol the virtues of our Balanced Design Concept. They deliver both superb audio and video performance through exhaustive engineering and extensive audio/video evaluations. The RDV-1062 features advanced technology with a built-in high definition scaler that will output video resolution to 720p or 1080i via HDMI. With high quality scaling, standard DVDs look even better on todays high-resolution video monitors and you dont run the risk of choosing the wrong new format (Blu-ray vs. HD DVD). Of course, Rotel components have always been known for their audio performance too and the RDV-1062 is a champion at reproducing all of the nuances and dynamics of movie and music soundtracks. The RDV-1062 includes IR, 12-volt trigger and RS-232 connections for custom installation applications to match its versatility with its performance.
HDMI OUTPUT TO 720P AND 1080I COMPOSITE, S-VIDEO AND COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUTS BI-DIRECTIONAL RS-232 INTERFACE OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUTS 12 VOLT TRIGGER Video Characteristics Readable discs: DVD VIDEO, DVD AUDIO, Video CD, SVCD, CDDA,CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW for MP3, WMA, JPEG Video format: NTSC(480i)/PAL(576i), 480p/576p, 720p, 1080i Signal to noise ratio: 65 dB Audio output Analog Out (pin jack): 2.0 Vrms Digital Out: Optical; HDMI ver.1.0 Audio Characteristics Frequency response: CD (at 44.1 kHz) 20 Hz to 20 kHz DVD (at 48 kHz) 20 Hz to 22 kHz DVD (at 96 kHz) 20 Hz to 44 kHz DVD (at 192/176.4 kHz) 20 Hz to 88 kHz Dynamic range: more than 98 dB Total harmonic distortion: Less than 0.006% General Characteristics Power requirements: AC 110 V 240 V, 50-60 Hz Power consumption: 11W (Power ON), 0.6W (Standby) Weight: 4.7 kg / 10.36 lb. Dimensions (W x H x D): 432 x 93 x 340 mm, 17.01 x 3.62 x 13.23 Front Panel Height: 80 mm/3.15 (feet removed/for rack mount)
54 Concord Street North Reading, MA USA 01864-2699 T 978-664-3820 F 978-664-4109
DVD Audio/Video Player
DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER RDV-1080
LPCM B.S.P. STEP MPEG BONUS INDEX DOLBY L C R DIGITAL LFE DTS LS S RS MLP
V.OFF PROGRESSIVE RANDOM RROGRAM
REPEAT REMAIN ALL 1A-B EACH
DIGITAL DIRECT PROGRESSIVE
RDV-1080 DVD Audio/Video Player
RDV-1080 Surround Sound Receiver
DANGER: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. WARNING: There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to moisture or water. Do not allow foreign objects to get into the enclosure. If the unit is exposed to moisture, or a foreign object gets into the enclosure, immediately disconnect the power cord from the wall. Take the unit to a qualified service person for inspection and necessary repairs. Read all the instructions before connecting or operating the component. Keep this manual so you can refer to these safety instructions. Heed all warnings and safety information in these instructions and on the product itself. Follow all operating instructions. Clean the enclosure only with a dry cloth or a vacuum cleaner. You must allow 10 cm or 4 inches of unobstructed clearance around the unit. Do not place the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that could block the ventilation openings. If the unit is placed in a bookcase or cabinet, there must be ventilation of the cabinet to allow proper cooling. Keep the component away from radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other appliance that produces heat. The unit must be connected to a power supply only of the type and voltage specified on the rear panel. (AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz) Connect the component to the power outlet only with the supplied power supply cable or an exact equivalent. Do not modify the supplied cable. Do not defeat grounding and/or polarization provisions. The cable should be connected to a 2-pin polarized wall outlet, matching the wide blade of the plug to the wide slot of the receptacle. Do not use extension cords. Do not route the power cord where it will be crushed, pinched, bent, exposed to heat, or damaged in any way. Pay particular attention to the power cord at the plug and where it exits the back of the unit. The power cord should be unplugged from the wall outlet if the unit is to be left unused for a long period of time. Immediately stop using the component and have it inspected and/or serviced by a qualified service agency if: The power supply cord or plug has been damaged. Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit. The unit has been exposed to rain. The unit shows signs of improper operation The unit has been dropped or damaged in any way
1: Controls and Connections
DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES 21CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
DVD PLAYER MODEL NO. RDV-1080 POWER CONSUMPTION: 20W
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "MLP Lossless", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confindential unpublished works. Copyrights 1992 - 1998 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4.631,603, 4,577,216, 4,819,098, and 4,907,093 licensed for limited viewing uses only.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
EXT REM IN
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
7: Language Codes
AA AB AF AM AR AS AY AZ BA BE BG BH BI BN BO BR CA CO CS CY DA DZ EL EO ET EU FA FI FJ FO FY GA GD GL GN GU HA HI HR HU HY IA IE
Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue
IK IN IS IW JI JW KA KK KL KM KN KO KS KU KY LA LN LO LT LV MG MI MK ML MN MO MR MS MT MY NA NE NL NO OC OM OR PA PL PS PT QU RM
Inupiak Indonesian Icelandic Hebrew Yiddish Javanese Georgian Kazakh Greenlandic Cambodian Kannada Korean (KOR) Kashmiri Kurdish Kirghiz Latin Lingala Laothian Lithuanian Latvian, Lettish Malagasy Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay (MAY) Maltese Burmese Nauru Nepali Dutch Norwegian Occitan (Afan) Oromo Oriya Panjabi Polish Pashto, Pushto Portuguese Quechua Rhaeto-Romance
RN RO RU RW SA SD SG SH SI SK SL SM SN SO SQ SR SS ST SU SV SW TA TE TG TH TI TK TL TN TO TR TS TT TW UK UR UZ VI VO WO XH YO ZU
Kirundi Rumanian Russian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sangho Serbo-Croatian Singhalese Slovak Slovenian Samoan Shona Somali Albanian Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swedish Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana T onga T urkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapuk Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Zulu
1: Controls and Connections. 3 2: RR-DV3 Remote Control.. 4 3: TV Codes... 4 4: Connections... 5 5: Digital Output Formats.. 5 6: Parental Lock Country Codes. 6 7: Language Codes.. 8 About Rotel... 10 Getting Started. 10 Audio Features.. 10 Video Features.. 10 Other Features.. 10 Supplied Accessories... 10 A Few Precautions.. 10 Placement.. 10 About Discs.. 10 Disc Formats.. 10. 11 DVD Region Codes Disc Structure.. 11 Digital Audio Formats.. 11 Remote Control. 11.. 11 Remote Sensor Remote Control Batteries.. 11 TV/DVD Switch.. 11 DVD Functions.. 11 Setting the TV code.. 12 TV Functions.. 12 On-Screen Displays.. 12 Opening Screens... 12 Display Screens ON SCREEN Button. 12 Using On-Screen Displays CURSOR Buttons ENTER Button NUMERIC Buttons.. 12 Screen Saver.. 12 On-Screen Icons.. 13 Back-Panel Connections. 13 Analog Audio Outputs. 13 Digital Outputs.. 13 Video Outputs.. 13
NTSC/PAL Switch.. 13 EXT REM IN/OUT Connectors. 13 AC Power Input... 14 Basic Operation. 14 STANDBY Switch DVD POWER Switch Standby LED.. 14 Front-Panel Display DISPLAY OFF Button.. 14 Audio LED Indicators. 14 Disc Drawer OPN/CLOSE Button.. 14 Playing a Disc PLAY/SELECT Buttons. 14 Stopping a Disc. 14 STOP/CLEAR Buttons Resuming Play RESUME Button... 14 Pausing Play/Still Frame PAUSE/STROBE Buttons.. 15 Finding a selection Fast forward/reverse TRACK Buttons.. 15 Variable Speed Play SHUTTLE Knob.. 15 Advanced Features. 15 Setting Scan Mode (NTSC only) PROG SCAN Button PROGRESSIVE LED.. 15 Zoom In/Out ZOOM Button.. 16 Selecting a Scene Angle ANGLE Button.. 16 Selecting Alternate Languages AUDIO Button.. 16 Selecting Subtitles SUBTITLE Button.. 17 Adjusting the Picture TH POSITION Button.. 17 Virtual Surround Sound VSS Button.. 17 Playing Specific Selections.. 17 Find a Scene from a DVD Menu TOP MENU Button MENU Button.. 18 Find a Scene from a Video CD/SVCD Menu RETURN Button... 18
Entering a Scene Number NUMERIC Buttons +10 Button.. 18 Find a Scene from a DVD Digest DIGEST Button.. 19 Find a Scene using the On-Screen Display ON-SCREEN Button. 19 Find a Location on the Disc with Time Search. 19 Play the Bonus Group on a DVD Audio Disc. 20 Selecting Still Pictures on a DVD Audio Disc PAGE Button.. 20 More Playback Features.. 20 Play in Random Order RANDOM Play.. 20 Play in Desired Order PROGRAM Play.. 20 Repeat Tracks REPEAT Play... 21 Repeat From Point A to Point B A-B REPEAT Play... 21 Changing the Time Display. 21 Setting Preferences.. 22 How to Set Preferences. 22 Preferred Language for Menus, Audio, and Subtitles. 22 On-Screen Display Language.. 22 ON SCREEN GUIDE Setting.. 22 TV Monitor Type.. 23 PROGRESSIVE SCAN Mode.. 23 DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Mode.. 23 DOWN MIX Mode.. 24 COMPRESSION Setting.. 24 DTS BASS MANAGEMENT Setting.. 24 AUTO STANDBY Setting. 24 SCREEN SAVER Setting.. 24 SPEAKER Settings.. 24 EXPERT SPEAKER Settings.. 25 Test Tone.. 26 Parental Lock.. 26 Setting the Parental Lock.. 26 To Change Parental Lock Settings. 26 Playback with Parental Lock.. 26 Troubleshooting. 27 Specifications.. 27
A family whose passionate interest in music led them to manufacture high fidelity components of uncompromising quality founded Rotel 40 years ago. Through the years that passion has remained undiminished and the family goal of providing exceptional value for audiophiles and music lovers regardless of their budget, is shared by all Rotel employees. The engineers work as a close team, listening to, and fine tuning each new product until it reaches their exacting musical standards. They are free to choose components from around the world in order to make that product the best they can. You are likely to find capacitors from the United Kingdom and Germany, semi conductors from Japan or the United States, while toroidal power transformers are manufactured in Rotels own factory. Rotels reputation for excellence has been earned through hundreds of good reviews and awards from the most respected reviewers in the industry, who listen to music every day. Their comments keep the company true to its goal - the pursuit of equipment that is musical, reliable and affordable. All of us at Rotel, thank you for buying this product and hope it will bring you many years of enjoyment.
The RDV-1080 displays a number interactive screens on the TV monitor during normal operation. Many of these screens are used to set up preferences and activate advanced features of the unit. These are described in detail later in this manual.
The screen saver display is turned off, returning to the previous display, when any front-panel or remote button is pressed.
Several screen saver modes can be set as described in Setting Preferences.
See Figure 4
The VIDEO OUT connectors send the video signal from the RDV-1080 to your surround processor or TV monitor. Three types of video output connections are provided RCA composite video, S-Video, and Component Video. Choose the type of video output connection that best matches the inputs on your TV or surround processor. Connect the TV MONITOR output (from the RCA composite , S-Video, or Component Video connectors) to the corresponding input on your TV or surround processor, using appropriate video cables.
During operation of the RDV-1080, you may see icons displayed over the picture: Invalid operation: Displayed when a button press is not a valid operation accepted by the unit for the disc you are playing. DVD Video multi-angle: Displayed at the beginning of a scene recorded from multiple angles. DVD Video multi-language: Displayed at the beginning of a scene recorded with multiple audio languages. DVD Video multi-subtitles: Displayed at the beginning of a scene recorded with multiple subtitle languages.
Analog Audio Outputs
A set of six RCA jacks, labeled ANALOG OUT sends six channels of decoded analog audio signals (front left, front right, rear left, rear right, center, and subwoofer) from the RDV-1080 to the analog audio inputs of an audio surround processor preamplifier, integrated amplifier, receiver or TV set. To a surround processor with 5.1 channel inputs, use RCA audio cables to connect each of these six outputs to the matching input on the surround processor (front left to front left, subwoofer to subwoofer, etc.) To a stereo preamp, processor, or TV set with 2-channel inputs, connect the RDV-1080s front left output to the left channel source input and the front right output to the right channel input.
Various regions of the world use two different video standards. For example, the US uses the NTSC standard while most countries in Europe use the PAL standard. The output of the RDV-1080 must be set to match the standard your TV accepts. Put the switch in the left position for use with NTSC video equipment. Put it in the right position for the use with PAL equipment.
You can set the unit not to display onscreen icons above via the preference settings described later in this manual.
This section describes the back-panel connections and settings that must be made during installation of the RDV-1080. These include the power connection, output connections to the preamp or surround processor, selecting of the video standard (PAL or NTSC) for your location, and optional external IR remote connections. There are three types of output connections: Analog audio: supplies 5.1 channels of decoded analog audio to the surround processor, using the RDV-1080s built-in D/A converters and digital decoding. These outputs take maximum advantage of the RDV-1080s ability to process a large number of audio formats. RCA connections. Digital audio: unprocessed digital audio signal for use with the surround processors D/A converters and surround sound decoding. Optical or Coaxial connections. Video: sends the video signal from the DVD player to the surround processor or TV set. Composite, S-Video, or Component Video connections.
The RDV-1080 can be operated using its frontpanel buttons or from corresponding buttons on the supplied infrared remote control. Specific instructions for each of the basic operating controls are detailed here. Additional features, as well as settings available from the On-Screen Displays are described in later sections of the manual.
Playing a Disc PLAY/SELECT Buttons
Press the PLAY button to start playing the disc from the beginning. If the disc drawer is open, it will close automatically. The PLAY button always starts play from the beginning of the disc, except when it is after the PAUSE button has been pressed. In this case, the disc will resume playing from the current location. Playback can also be started from the Opening Screen Display by moving the cursor over the PLAY icon and pressing the ENTER button on the remote.
STANDBY Switch DVD POWER Switch Standby LED
The LED above the front-panel STANDBY button illuminates when the RDV-1080 is connected to a live AC outlet, but is in standby mode. Press the STANDBY button or remote control DVD POWER button to fully activate the RDV-1080, indicated by the front-panel display being illuminated. Press either button again to put the RDV-1080 in standby mode; the display turns off and the LED illuminates. Pressing the OPN/CLOSE button or PLAY will also activate the unit from standby mode.
Stopping a Disc STOP/CLEAR Buttons
Press the STOP button to stop a disc that is playing. Playback will also stop when the DVD POWER button on the remote is pressed. The RDV-1080 memorizes the point at which the disc stopped playing, with an option of resuming play at that point (see RESUME button, following). This stored position remains in memory even if the unit is put in standby mode; however, it is erased from memory when the disc drawer is opened.
Audio LED Indicators
Five front-panel LEDs provide information about the format of the disc being played. DVD Audio lights when the disc contains DVD Audio programming. Sampling Rate indicates the sampling frequency of the digital bitstream
You can choose to use an Auto Standby function that puts the unit in standby mode after 30 or 60 minutes of inactivity. See the Setting Preferences section of this manual.
Resuming Play RESUME Button
The RESUME button restarts playback after it has been stopped. Instead of playing from the start of the disc, the RESUME button restarts play at the last location on the disc when play was stopped.
The stored location is erased when the disc drawer is opened.
Pausing Play/Still Frame PAUSE/STROBE Buttons
Press the PAUSE button to temporarily suspend play. To resume playing the disc from the current location, press the PLAY button. Still-Frame: When playing a video disc, a still-frame picture remains on the TV screen with no sound when the PAUSE button is pressed. Press the button again to advance to the next still-frame picture. Each button press advances one more frame. Strobe Play: With playback paused, press and hold the PAUSE button for more than one second. The unit displays the next nine still-frame images on the TV screen.
High Speed Play: During playback, press buttons and hold one of the TRACK for high speed play, either forward or backward. You will continue to see and hear high speed audio/video. Release the button to resume normal playback.
Setting Scan Mode (NTSC only) PROG SCAN Button PROGRESSIVE LED
Images appear on a TV screen by rapidly displaying a series of horizontal scan lines. The conventional method for displaying these lines is interlaced scanning. Half of the horizontal lines are displayed at a time followed by the other half, the two groups visually merging to form a single video image. Interlaced scanning is always used in the PAL video standard and, until recently, has been used for all NTSC video as well. A more advanced scanning system has been developed for some NTSC TV monitors. This system scans all horizontal lines at a time, doubling the number of lines that appear at one time, resulting flicker-free, high-density picture. The RDV-1080 provides this Progressive Scan option. To enjoy progressive scanned video, your TV monitor must have Progressive Video inputs.
NOTE: The Progressive Scan feature only works
Variable high speed play is also available, using the SHUTTLE knob.
Variable Speed Play SHUTTLE Knob
The large knob at the bottom of the remote provides two functions: variable high-speed play and variable slow-motion. For high-speed play: During playback, rotate the SHUTTLE knob for video and audio playback at high speed. Rotate clockwise for forward and counterclockwise for reverse. The more you rotate the knob, the faster the speed. Release the knob to return to normal play. For slow-motion: Press the PAUSE button to pause playback of a video disc, then rotate the SHUTTLE knob for slow-motion playback. Rotate clockwise for forward and counterclockwise for reverse. Rotating the knob more increases the slow-motion speed. Release the knob to return to the still-frame image. Press PLAY to resume normal playback.
Press the AUDIO button again or press the buttons to change to the CURSOR next available audio language. From the On-Screen Display:
Press the ON-SCREEN button to show the DVD CONTROL screen. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the audio field as shown above.
An icon at the top left of the screen shows the current magnification. A rectangular box represents the portion of the original image currently being displayed. To move the zoomed-in position, use buttons. The zoomed the CURSOR image will move on the screen as indicated by the box in the graphic display. To return to normal size, press ENTER.
Press the AUDIO button or press the CURSOR buttons to change to the next available camera angle. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window. Press the ON-SCREEN button to show the DVD CONTROL screen. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the angle field as shown above. Press the ANGLE button or press the CURSOR buttons to change to the next available camera angle. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window.
NOTE: The position of the audio field differs slightly on the DVD Audio and Video CD/ SVCD screens. On these discs, select available channels, each with a different language. NOTE:
See Figure 7 for the list of language abbreviations.
If the icon appears, alternate languages are not available for the scene.
If the icon appears, alternate camera angles are not available for the scene.
Selecting Subtitles SUBTITLE Button
Some DVD Video, DVD Audio, and Video CD/ SVCD discs can display subtitles in various languages during playback. Subtitled recordings icon at the beginning are indicated by a of the scene. There are two ways to select the subtitle display. From the normal screen: Press the SUBTITLE button on the remote. The following icons appear indicating that the second of three available subtitle languages is selected:
Adjusting the Picture TH POSITION Button
When playing video discs, the RDV-1080 provides picture adjustments, much like the video controls on a TV monitor. The unit stores four sets of adjustments, which can be selected according to personal preference. To adjust these picture controls: When a video image is being displayed, press the TH POSITION button on the remote. The following adjustment screen appears:
Virtual Surround Sound VSS Button
When playing Dolby Digital sources on a 2channel stereo or TV, the VSS (Virtual Surround Sound) feature can simulate the 3-dimensional effects of a surround sound system.
VSS only works on Dolby Digital source material containing rear surround signals. The VSS feature does not change the signal available at the digital outputs. When used, VSS overrides the downmix and compression features that may be activated for Dolby Digital
If you make a mistake, press CURSOR to select the incorrect entry and reenter. Press the ENTER button to confirm the selection and begin playback at that point. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display without making a selection.
icon appears, the selected track is not available or does not accept the chapter/track search function.
icon appears, the selected time point is not available on the disc. Time Search does not work during PBC playback of Video CD/SVCD discs.
It make take a moment for playback to begin.
Play the Bonus Group on a DVD Audio Disc
Some DVD Audio discs contain a Bonus Group of tracks available only to users with a key number password. When a disc with such a Bonus Group is loaded, the word BONUS appears in the front-panel display. The Bonus Group is always assigned to the last group on the disc, i.e. if there are five groups, the Bonus Group will be Group 5. After obtaining the key number , you can play the Bonus Group by selecting it with the NUMERIC buttons and entering the key number: With the DVD Audio disc stopped, enter the number for the Bonus Group, using the NUMERIC buttons on the remote.
At the beginning of a selection with B.S.P. images, the word PAGE appears on the TV screen. Heres how to view the extra images: From the normal screen: Press the PAGE button on the remote. Icons appear indicating which of the available still pictures is being displayed.
in random order, continuing until all have been played once, but none have been repeated. At that point, Random play automatically stops. While the disc is stopped, press the ONSCREEN button to show the CONTROL screen. The screen may appear slightly different for different types of discs.
Press the PAGE button again or press the buttons to display the next CURSOR available B.S.P. image. From the On-Screen Display:
Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the RANDOM field. Press ENTER to begin Random play. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window. Press the ON-SCREEN button to show the DVD CONTROL screen. Use the CURSOR PAGE to move the as shown above. buttons or press over the PAGE field During Random Play, press STOP to halt playback and cancel the Random feature.
NOTE: During Random Play of an Audio CD, selecting RANDOM from the On-Screen Display and pressing ENTER will cancel the Random feature and return to normal play mode.
The following prompts appear in the frontpanel display and on the TV screen:
Enter the key number password using the NUMERIC (09) buttons.
On a DVD Video disc, you can repeat a single Chapter or the whole Group. On a DVD Audio disc, a single Track or the entire Group. On other discs, a single Track or the whole disc. Repeat play is not available on Video CD/ SVCD discs with the PBC feature active. To begin Repeat Play: During playback, press the ON-SCREEN button to show the CONTROL screen. The screen may appear slightly different for different types of discs.
Repeat From Point A to Point B A-B REPEAT Play
The A-B Repeat Play feature is available for all discs. During playback, you specify a starting point and an ending point. The unit will continuously repeat the marked passage. During playback, press the ON-SCREEN button to show the CONTROL screen. The screen may appear slightly different for different types of discs.
For Audio CD and Video CD/SVCD discs, just enter the Track. For example, to enter Track 24: Press: +10 +10 4
If you make a mistake, press the CANCEL button on the remote to clear the last entered selection. Press PLAY to play the stored program. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the REPEAT field, then press ENTER. Each press of ENTER steps to the next repeat setting as shown directly above the REPEAT field. No indication means that repeat is off. For each type of disc, the steps are as follows: DVD Video: TITLE REPEAT CHAPTER REPEAT OFF DVD Audio: GROUP REPEAT TRACK REPEAT OFF Audio CD and Video CD/SVCD: REPEAT ALL REPEAT 1 OFF To stop Repeat play: Press STOP to stop playback. On a DVD Video disc, the repeat mode is cancelled entirely. On all other discs, playback stops but repeat mode remains active. To cancel repeat mode, select the REPEAT field on the On-Screen Menu and press the ENTER button until the setting is cleared. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window.
NOTE: If you use the REPEAT feature during PROGRAM play, the unit will repeat the tracks from the stored program. NOTE:
To stop Program play: When the program has played in its entirety or when you press STOP , playback stops. However, the program remains in memory and can be replayed. To clear the memorized program so that you can enter a new one, stop the playback, go to the On-Screen Display, select PROGRAM, and press STOP. To clear the currently memorized program and cancel the Program feature entirely, go to the On-Screen Display, select PROGRAM, and press ENTER. On a Video CD/ SVCD disc, you must press STOP first. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window if you do not want to see the Track numbers as the Program plays.
Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the A-B REPEAT field. Press ENTER at the desired starting point for the selection, A. As playback continues, press ENTER at the desired ending point for the selection, B. The ending point must be in the same Title or Track as A. Point A and B are indicated in On-Screen Display. The unit finds point A and repeats the selection continuously. Press STOP to end playback and cancel the A-B REPEAT feature. You can also cancel by pressing ENTER again with A-B REPEAT selected in the On-Screen Display. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window.
If you specify a track from the Bonus Group on a DVD Audio disc, you will be prompted to enter the Key Number password.
During Program Play on an Audio CD, you can add additional Tracks to the Program.
If the icon appears, A-B REPEAT is not available for the current disc.
Repeat Tracks REPEAT Play
The Repeat Play feature is available for DVD Video, DVD Audio, Audio CD, and Video CD/ SVCD disks. The feature continuously repeats a single selection or a number of selections until you stop play.
Changing the Time Display
The disc time indicators on the front-panel display and the On-Screen Displays can show several different types of information for DVD Audio, Audio CD, and Video CD/SVCD discs. Options include elapsed time or remaining time for a single selection or entire disc.
If the icon appears, REPEAT play is not available for the current disc. REPEAT Play cannot be used in PBC mode on Video CD/ SVCD discs and some Video DVD discs.
To change the time display: While playback is stopped, press the ONSCREEN button to show the CONTROL screen. The screen may appear slightly different for different types of discs.
How to Set Preferences
This section explains the general procedure for changing preference settings. See the individual topics that follow for instructions on changing specific settings. With no disc inserted in the unit, press the ON-SCREEN button to show the PREFERENCE screen. The screen gives access to three pages of settings (PREFERENCE 1, PREFERENCE 2, and SPK. SETTING) shown as tabs at the top of the screen. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the desired tab to display one of the following three pages: Preference 1:
Preferred Language for Menus, Audio, and Subtitles
Some discs contain multiple languages for their menu displays, audio content, and/or subtitles. These preference settings specify the preferred language if it is available on the disc. If the preferred language is not available on a disc, the discs own default language will be used. Options for preferred languages are: ENGLISH SPANISH FRENCH CHINESE GERMAN ITALIAN JAPANESE OTHER LANGUAGE CODE. The other language codes are 2-letter abbreviations for additional languages listed in Figure 7. On the PREFERENCE 1 screen, use the buttons to move the over CURSOR the MENU, AUDIO, or SUBTITLE item. Press the CURSOR buttons to choose the preferred language.
Use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the TIME SELECT field. The current time display and mode are shown. Press ENTER to change the time display mode. Each press steps to the next of four options: Each: The elapsed time for a single Track; shows 00:00 when stopped. Each Remain: The remaining time for a single Track; shows the full length of a Track when stopped. Total: The elapsed time for the entire disc; shows 00:00 when stopped. Total Remain: The remaining time for a an entire disc; shows the full length of the disc when stopped. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window.
On-Screen Display Language
The RDV-1080 can use several different languages for its On-Screen Displays. To change the language used in the On-Screen Displays: On the PREFERENCE 1 screen, use the buttons to move the over CURSOR the ON-SCREEN LANGUAGE item. Press the CURSOR the default language. buttons to choose
You can change the time display for an Audio CD or a DVD Audio disc with audio only during playback. All other disc types must be stopped first.
The RDV-1080 provides a number of default operating preferences that can be set by the user. These include language preferences, display options, hardware configuration settings, and speaker settings to match the unit to your system. These preferences are set from a PREFERENCE screen that appears on TV. Use the CURSOR buttons to move the up or down over the setting you wish to adjust. Press the CURSOR buttons to choose the desired setting for the selected item. Each button press cycles to the next available setting. Press the ON-SCREEN button to close the display window.
ON SCREEN GUIDE Setting
You can choose whether or not to have the unit display icons characters in the corner of the screen to alert you to program content or operating status. To change the setting: On the PREFERENCE 1 screen, use the buttons to move the over CURSOR the ON SCREEN GUIDE item. Press the CURSOR the desired setting. buttons to choose
ON: Activates the display of icons. OFF: Turns off the display of icons.
TV Monitor Type
There are two types of TVs: standard 4:3 aspect ratio and new wide-screen16:9 aspect ratio monitors. The RDV-1080 must know which type of TV you are using. With the standard aspect ratio TV, you also need to tell the RDV-1080 how to adjust wide-screen video images to fit. Use this preference item to configure the video output to match your TV: 4:3 LB (Letter Box)
4:3 MULTI LB 4:3 MULTI PS 16:9 MULTI AUTO 16:9 MULTI NORMAL These four options provide the same functions as those listed above, except that they are selected for a TV monitor that accepts either an NTSC or a PAL video signal. The RDV-1080 sends an NTSC or a PAL signal depending on the format of the disc, regardless of the setting of the back-panel NTSC/PAL switch. Most consumer TVs do not have this feature. To change TV MONITOR TYPE setting: On the PREFERENCE 1 screen, use the buttons to move the over CURSOR the MONITOR TYPE item.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Mode
Discs are encoded with a variety of digital formats and sampling frequencies, from the PCM bistream used for Audio CDs to formats designed to handle multichannel surround sound. The signal provided at the digital outputs must be suitable for the preamp or processor that will decode it. For example, you cannot send a Dolby Digital bitstream to a twochannel preamp designed only to accept a PCM signal from a CD player. Likewise, there is no point in sending a DTS bitstream to a surround processor that does not have DTS processing. This preference setting ensures that the digital data stream from the digital output of the RDV-1080 matches the preamp or processor it is sent to. The RDV-1080 sends compatible signals and converts other types of digital signals to formats specified in the setting. There are three available settings. The specifics of what digital output format is sent for each setting and each type of program material is supplied in the table shown in Figure 5. To set the DIGITAL OUTPUT MODE: On the PREFERENCE 2 screen, use the buttons to move the over CURSOR the DIGITAL OUTPUT MODE item. Press the CURSOR the desired setting. buttons to choose
Enter a 4-digit password using the NUMERIC (09) buttons on the remote. If you make a mistake, you can reenter a different password. Write down your password for safe keeping! Press ENTER. The moves to the EXIT field. Press ENTER again to exit the Parental Lock screen and return to the Opening Screen. To eject the disc, use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the NO field, then press the ENTER button. Eject the disc. To play the disc, use the CURSOR buttons to move the over the YES field, then press the ENTER button. The moves to the PASSWORD field. Enter your 4-digit password using the NUMERIC (09) buttons on the remote. If you enter the wrong password Wrong! Retry. appears on the screen. If you enter it wrong more than three times, the jumps to the NO field. If you enter the correct password, the Parental Lock is temporarily removed and playback begins.
To Change Parental Lock Settings
With playback stopped or no disc in the unit: Press STOP and ENTER on the remote simultaneously. The PARENTAL LOCK screen appears on the TV with the over the PASSWORD field. Enter your 4-digit password using the NUMERIC (09) buttons on the remote. If you enter the wrong password Wrong! Retry. appears on the screen and you
If you are experiencing difficulties, consult the following list for possible solutions: No Power: make sure the unit is plugged in properly. Remote does not work: check the battery installation, install new batteries, aim remote at unit. TV/VIDEO-CANCEL, CURSOR, or NUMERIC buttons do not work: TV-DVD switch must be set to TV to operate the TV functions and DVD to operate the RDV-1080. No picture: check the video cable connection and input setting on TV, turn off Progressive scan feature. Picture is noisy: do not connect unit directly to VCR (copyguard feature may disrupt video signal), turn off Progressive scan feature or set its mode to VIDEO. Picture is garbled: Change Screen Saver mode to something other than Mode 1. Picture does not fill screen: Set TV Monitor type correctly. No sound: check the audio cable connection and input settings preamplifier. Garbled sound: Clean the disc surface. Unit does not operate properly: To reset the microprocessor, turn off the power, unplug the power cord, and reconnect the power cord. Following a sudden temperature change (such as bringing unit or discs inside from extreme cold), allow several hours for possible condensation to clear.
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