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|Tinas||7:08am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|brilliant buy A fantastic buy very pleased with my purchase. Was slightly unsure about buying a 2.1 home cinema system, as i am usually used to 5.1. Samsung ht-x720gt delivery was in time, looks and sounds good. You are able to adjust the balance between subwoofer and left/right speakers.|
|cribban||2:55pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|Samsung Home cinema HT-X720GT Expected the worst based on previous reviews comment as to fan noise but I struggle to hear it.|
|email@example.com||8:01am on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010|
|fan noise to lound Ease of setup also looks and designe Abit fiddlley to get tv and unit to work together Ease of setup also looks and designe Abit fiddlley to get tv and unit to work together|
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Wiring the Main Power Supply Plug (UK Only)
IMPORTANT NOTICE The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse is indicated on the pin face of the plug and if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BS1362 of the same rating must be used. Never use the plug with the fuse cover removed. If the cover is detachable and a replacement is required, it must be of the same colour as the fuse fitted in the plug. Replacement covers are available from your dealer. If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the cable is not long enough to reach a power point, you should obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer for assistance. However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse and then safely dispose of the plug. Do not connect the plug to a mains socket as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord. Never attempt to insert bare wires directly into a mains socket. A plug and fuse must be used at all times. IMPORTANT The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: BLUE = NEUTRAL BROWN = LIVE As these colours may not correspond to the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or BLACK. The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured BROWN or RED. WARNING : O NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE D LETTER E OR BY THE EARTH SYMBOL , OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN AND YELLOW.
Ensure that the AC power supply in your house complies with the identification sticker located on the back of your player. Install your player horizontally, on a suitable base (furniture), with enough space around it for ventilation (7.5~10 cm). Make sure the ventilation slots are not covered. Do not stack anything on top of the player. Do not place the player on amplifiers or other equipment which may become hot. Before moving the player, ensure the disc tray is empty. This player is designed for continuous use. Switching off the Home Cinema System to the stand-by mode does not disconnect the electrical supply. In order to disconnect the player completely from the power supply, remove the mains plug from the wall outlet, especially when left unused for a long period of time.
During thunderstorms, disconnect the AC mains plug from the wall outlet. Voltage peaks due to lightning could damage the unit.
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or other heat sources. This could lead to overheating and malfunction of the unit.
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Place batteries in the remote control so they match the polarity : (+) to (+) and () to (). Use the correct type of batteries. Batteries that look similar may differ in voltage. Always replace both batteries at the same time. Do not expose the batteries to heat or a flame.
SETTING THE rEMOTE CONTrOl
You can control certain functions of your TV with this remote control.
When operating a TV with the remote control
1. Press the TV button to set the remote to TV mode. 2. Press the POWEr button to turn on the TV. 3. While holding down the POWEr button, enter the code corresponding to your brand of TV. ~ If there is more than one code listed for your TV in the table, enter one at a time to determine which code works. Example : For a Samsung TV While holding down the POWEr button, use the number buttons to enter 00, 15, 16, 17 and 40. 4. If the TV turns off, the setting is complete. ~ You can use the TV POWER, VOLUME, CHANNEL, and Numeric buttons (0~9).
` The remote control may not work on some brands of TV's. Also, some operations may not be possible
depending on your brand of TV.
` If you do not set the remote control with the code for your brand of TV, the remote control will work on a
Samsung TV by default.
Operation range of the remote Control
The remote control can be used up to approximately 7 meters in a straight line. It can also be operated at a horizontal angle of up to 30 from the remote control sensor.
TV Brand Code List
Admiral (M.Wards) A Mark Anam AOC Bell & Howell (M.Wards) Brocsonic Candle Cetronic Citizen Cinema Classic Concerto Contec Coronado Craig Croslex Crown Curtis Mates CXC Daewoo Daytron Dynasty Emerson Fisher Funai Futuretech General Electric (GE) Hall Mark Hitachi Inkel JC Penny JVC KTV KEC KMC LG (Goldstar) Luxman LXI (Sears) Magnavox Marantz Matsui MGA Mitsubishi/MGA
56, 57, 58 01, 15 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 01, 18, 40, 48 57, 58, 81 59, 03 03, 18, 03, 05, 61, 82, 83, 03 59, 61, 02, 03, 04, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 48, 59, 03 03, 15, 40, 46, 59, 61, 64, 82, 83, 84, 85 19, 03 06, 40, 56, 59, 66, 67, 15, 18, 50, 59, 56, 59, 67, 59, 61, 87, 88 03, 15, 01, 15, 16, 17, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 19, 54, 56, 59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 71 15, 17, 18, 48, 54, 59, 60, 62, 72, 89 40, 18, 40 18, 40, 59, 60, 75
other objects into the duct (slot) of the subwoofer speaker.
` Do not hang the subwoofer on the wall through the duct (slot).
` If you place a speaker near your TV set, screen colour may be distorted because of the magnetic field
generated by the speaker. If this occurs, place the speaker away from your TV set.
CONNECTING THE VIDEO OUT TO YOUr TV
Choose one of the three methods for connecting to a TV.
METHOD 1 : HDMI
Connect the HDMI cable (not supplied) from the HDMI OUT jack on the back of the Home Cinema System to the HDMI IN jack on your TV.
METHOD 2 : Component Video
If your television has Component Video inputs, connect a Component video cable (not supplied) from the Component Video Output (PR, PB and Y) jacks on the back of the Home Cinema System to the Component Video Input jacks on your TV.
METHOD 3 : Composite Video
Connect the supplied Video cable from the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of the Home Cinema System to the VIDEO IN jack on your TV.
` The resolution from the Component Output is 576i(480i). ` If you use an HDMI cable to connect a Samsung TV to the Home Cinema System, you can operate the Home Cinema using
the TV's remote control. This is only available with SAMSUNG TV's that support Anynet+(HDMI-CEC). logo (If your TV has an
` Please check the
logo, then it supports the Anynet+ function.)
HDMI Auto Detection Function
The player's video output will automatically change to HDMI mode when connecting an HDMI cable while power is on. ~ HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) HDMI is an interface that enables the digital transmission of video and audio data with just a single connector. Using HDMI, the DVD Home Cinema transmits a digital video and audio signals and displays a vivid picture. ~ HDMI connection description HDMI connector - Supports video and digital audio data. - HDMI outputs only a pure digital signal to the TV. - f your TV does not support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), random noise I appears on the screen. ~ Why does Samsung use HDMI? Analogue TV's require an analogue video/audio signal. However, when playing a DVD, the data transmitted to a TV is digital. Therefore either a digital-to-analogue converter (in the DVD Home Cinema) or an analogue-to-digital converter (in the TV) is required. During this conversion, the picture quality is degraded due to noise and signal loss. HDMI technology is superior because it requires no D/A conversion and is a pure digital signal from the player to your TV. ~ What is the HDCP? HDCP (High-band width Digital Content Protection) is a system for protecting DVD content outputted via HDMI from being copied. It provides a secure digital link between a video source (PC, DVD. etc) and a display device (TV, projector. etc). Content is encrypted at the source device to prevent unauthorized copies from being made. ~ What is Anynet+? Anynet+ is a convenient function that offers linked operation of this unit through Samsung TV's with the Anynet+ feature. - If your Samsung TV has an ' logo, then it supports the Anynet+ function. - f you turn on the player and insert a disc, the player will start playing the disc, and the TV will turn on I automatically and switch to HDMI mode. - f you turn on the player and press the Play button with a disc already inserted, the TV will I immediately turn on and switch to HDMI mode.
BD Wise (Samsung products only)
You can select to use the BD Wise menu only if the Samsung home cinema is connected to a Samsung TV that supports BD Wise using an HDMI cable. ~ What is BD Wise? BD Wise automatically adjusts BD Wise-compliant Samsung products to the optimal settings between them. This feature is enabled only if BD Wise-compliant Samsung products are connected to each other using an HDMI cable. ~ To use BD Wise RETURN EXIT MOVE ENTER 1. Use an HDMI cable to connect the Samsung home cinema to a BD Wisecompliant Samsung TV. 2. Set each BD Wise menu of the Samsung home cinema and the Samsung TV to On, respectively. - This will optimize the picture quality according to the content (In the disc, DVD, etc) that you want to play. - This will also optimize the picture quality between the home cinema and your BD Wise-compliant Samsung TV.
` If you want to change the resolution in BD Wise mode, you must set BD mode to Off in advance. ` If you set the BD Wise mode to off, the resolution of the connected TV will be adjusted to its maximum resolution ` BD Wise will be disabled if the player is connected to a device that does not support BD Wise.
This function allows the user to select the screen resolution for HDMI output. In Stop mode, press the SD/HD (Standard Definition/High Definition) button on the remote control. ~ Resolutions available for the HDMI output are 576p(480p), 720p, 1080i/1080p. ~ SD(Standard Definition) resolution is 576p(480p) and HD (High Definition) resolution is 720p, 1080i/1080p. The default value of HDMI output is 576p(480p).
` If the TV does not support the configured resolution, you will ` When an HDMI cable is connected, composite and component
video signals are not output. not be able to see the picture.
Why use HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)? This device transmits a DVD video signal digitally without the process of converting to analogue. You will get sharper digital pictures when using an HDMI connection.
` See your TV owner's manual for more information on how to select the TV's Video Input source.
Anynet+ is a function that enables you to control other Samsung Devices with your Samsung TV's remote control. Anynet + can be used by connecting this Home Cinema to a SAMSUNG TV using an HDMI Cable. This is only available with SAMSUNG TV's that support Anynet+. 1. Connect the main unit of the Home Cinema to a Samsung TV with an HDMI cable. (See page 18). Set the Anynet+ function on your TV. (See the TV instructions manual for more information.) ~ You can operate the Home Cinema by using the TV remote control. (Available TV buttons : , , , , $, % and _, + buttons, ~ button)
` The initial screen may appear different, depending on the content of the disc. ` Pirated discs will not run in this player because it violates the CSS (Content Scrambling System :
a copy protection system) recommendations.
Data CDs (CD-R, CD-RW) encoded in MP3/WMA format can be played.
1. Load the MP3/WMA disc. ~ The MP3/WMA menu screen will appear and playback will start. ~ The appearance of the menu depends on the MP3/WMA disc. ~ WMA-DRM files cannot be played. In Stop mode, use the Cursor ,,, button to select the album, and then press the ENTEr button. ~ Use the Cursor , button to select the track. To change the album, use the Cursor ,,, button to select another album in Stop mode, and then press the ENTEr button. 4. Press the STOP (@) button to stop playback.
` Some MP3/WMA-CDs may not play, depending on the recording mode. ` Table of contents of a MP3-CD varies depending on the MP3/WMA track format recorded on the disc.
To play a file icon in the screen,
~ Press the Cursor ,,, button when it is in Stop mode and select a desired icon from the top part of the menu. Music File Icon : To play music files only, select the Image File Icon : To view image files only, select the Movie File Icon : To view movie files only, select the All File Icon : To view all files, select the Icon. Icon. Icon. Icon.
JPEG FIlE PlAYBACK
Images captured with a digital camera or camcorder, or JPEG files on a PC can be stored on a CD and then can be played back with this Home Cinema.
Press the Cursor ,,, button during playback.
button: Flip Vertically
button: Rotate 90 Counter clockwise Original Image
button: Rotate 90 Clockwise
button: Flip Horizontally
` The maximum resolutions supported by this product are 5120 x 3480 (or 19.0 MPixel) for standard JPEG files
and 2048 x 1536 (or 3.0 MPixel) for progressive image files.
The functions discussed on this page apply to DivX disc playback only.
During playback, press the [,] button. ~ Goes to the next file whenever you press the ] button, if there are over 2 files on the disc. ~ Goes to the previous file whenever you press the [ button, if there are over 2 files on the disc.
B OFF A- TRACK DISC OFF
For DivX, MP3 and JPEG discs, you cannot select Repeat Play from the information display screen.
A-B Repeat Playback
You can repeatedly play back a designated section of a DVD. 1. Press the INFO button twice. 2. Press the Cursor button to move to REPEAT PLAYBACK A( ) display. 3. Press the Cursor , button to select A- and then press the ENTER button. When the ENTER button is pressed, the selected position will be stored in memory. A -? 4. Press the ENTER button at the end of the desired segment. The specied segment will be played repeatedly.
REPEAT : A
d To return to normal playback, press the Cursor , button to select
The A-B Repeat function does not operate with DivX, B REPEAT ON discs. A TO MP3 or JPEG
Press the STEP button. The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is pressed during playback.
No sound is heard during step motion playback.
USING THE PlAYBACK FUNCTION (Con.)
This function allows you to view the same scene in different angles. 1. Press the INFO button. Press the Cursor button to move to ANGLE ( display. )
. Press the Cursor , button or numeric buttons to select the desired angle. ~ Each time the button is pressed, the angle changes as follows: 1/3 2/3 3/3 1/3
` The Angle function works only with discs on which multiple angles have been recorded.
Zoom (Screen Enlarge) Function
This function allows you to enlarge a particular area of the displayed image. 1. Press the ZOOM button. Press the Cursor $, %, _, + button to move to the area you want to enlarge. Press the ENTEr button. ~ Each time the button is pressed, the zoom level changes as follows: ZOOM X 1.5 ZOOM X 2 ZOOM X 3 ZOOM OFF
SELECT ZOOM POSITION
Audio language Selection Function
1. Press the INFO button twice. Press the Cursor , button or numeric buttons to select the desired audio language. ~ A different audio language (ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH, etc.) is selected each time the button is pressed, depending on the number of languages on a DVD disc. EN 1/3 SP 2/3 Fr 3/3 EN 1/3
` To operate this function, you can also press the AUDIO buttons on the remote control. ` The Audio Language functions may not be available, depending on the disc.
Subtitle language Selection Function
1. Press the INFO button twice. Press the Cursor button to move to SUBTITlE ( display. )
. Press the Cursor button or numeric buttons to select the desired subtitle. EN 01/03 SP 02/03 Fr 03/03 OFF/03 EN 01/03 PlAYBACK
` To operate this function, you can also press the SUBTITLE buttons on the remote control. ` The Subtitle Language functions may not be available, depending on the disc.
Moving Directly to a Scene/Song
1. Press the INFO button. Press the Cursor , button or numeric buttons to select the desired title/track ( ) and then press the ENTEr button. Press the Cursor , button to move to the Chapter ( ) display. 4. Press the Cursor , button or numeric buttons to select the desired chapter and then press the ENTEr button. Press the Cursor , button to move to time ( ) display. Press the numeric buttons to select the desired time and then press the ENTEr button.
Press the numeric buttons. ~ The selected file will be played. ~ When playing an MP3 or JPEG disc, you cannot use the Cursor , button to move to a folder. To move a folder, press the STOP (@) and then press the Cursor , button.
` You can press the [,] button on the remote control to move directly to the desired title, chapter, or track. ` You may not be able to move to the selected title or time, depending on the disc.
Using the Disc Menu
You can use the menus for the audio language, subtitle language, profile, etc. DVD menu contents differ from disc to disc. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor , button to move to Disc Menu and then press the ENTEr button. ~ When you select Disc Menu and it is not supported by the disc, the "This menu is not supported" message appears on the screen. Press the Cursor ,,, button to select the desired item. 4. Press the ENTEr button. d Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen.
` The disc menu display may be different depending on the disc.
Using the Title Menu
For DVDs containing multiple titles, you can view the title of each movie. The availability of this feature may vary, depending on the disc. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor , button to move to Title Menu. Press the ENTEr button. ~ The title menu appears. d Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen.
` The Title menu display may be different depending on the disc.
USing tHe iPod
You can enjoy playback of your iPod using the supplied remote control.
` When the current file is played to the end, the next file will not be played automatically. ` You must have the VIDEO output connected to your TV to view iPod video. ` Only the iPod's playback screen will appear on your TV. The iPod menu screens will not appear.
To play the next file, select a file to play in the list screen of the iPod player.
` If the TV connected to the DVD Home Cinema supports HDMI CEC, press the AUX button on the remote control
to switch the mode to DIGITAL IN if you want to watch TV while an iPod movie is played. sofeware version of the iPod.
` Some keys or functions of the remote control may not be supported depending on the iPod device and ` Some abnormal or duplicated screen may be displayed when you watch iPod Video Clip if you set music
options as 'Now Playing' in the photo settings of the iPod photo section.
` Some abnornal sound might be heard depending on the iPod model or S/W version of the iPod. 40
PlAYING MEDIA FIlES USING THE USB HOST FEATUrE
You can enjoy media files such as pictures, movies and music saved on an MP3 player, USB memory stick or digital camera in high quality video by connecting the storage device to the USB port of the Home Cinema. 1. Connect the USB device to the USB port on the side of the unit. Press the FUNCTION button on the Home Cinema System or the POrT button on the remote control to select the USB mode. ~ USB appears on the display screen and then disappears. ~ The USB MENU screen appears on the TV screen and the saved file is played. To stop playback, press the STOP (@) button.
Safe USB removal
To prevent damage to the data stored in the USB device, perform safe removal before disconnecting the USB cable. ~ Press the STOP (@) button twice in a row. The display will show rEMOVE USB. ~ Remove the USB cable.
During playback, press the [,] button. ~ When there is more than one file and you press the ] button, the next file is selected. ~ When there is more than one file and you press the [ button, the previous file is selected.
During playback, press the (,) button. ~ Each time you press either button, the playback speed will change as follows: 2x 4x 8x 32x Normal.
Playing Media Files using the USB Host Feature (Con.)
USB Host Specification
Supports USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 compliant devices. Supports devices connected using the USB A type cable. Supports UMS (USB Mass Storage Device) V1.0 compliant devices. upports the device of which the connected drive is formatted in the FAT(FAT, S FAT16, FAT32) file system. oes not support a device that requires installing a separate driver on the PC (Windows). D oes not support connection to a USB hub. D A USB device that is connected using the USB extension cable may not be recognized. USB device requiring a separate power source needs to be connected to the A player with the separate power connection. f the connected device has multiple drives (or partitions) installed, only one drive I (or partition) can be connected. device supporting USB 1.1 alone may cause a difference in the picture quality, A depending on the device. USB Host Specification
1. USB Storage Device. MP3 Player. Digital Camera 4. Removable HDD ~ Removable HDDs equipped with less than 160 Gbytes are supported. Removable HDDs equipped with 160Gbytes or more may not be recognized, depending on the device. ~ If the connected device does not work due to insufficient power supply, you can use a separate power cable to supply power so that it can work properly. The connector of the USB cable may differ, depending on the manufacturer of the USB device. USB card Reader: One slot USB card reader and Multi slot USB card reader. ~ The USB card reader may not be supported, depending on the manufacturer. ~ If you install multiple memory devices into a multi card reader, you may experience problems.
Compliant File Formats
Format Still Picture Music File name JPG MP3 WMA WMV Movie DivX File extension JPG.JPEG.MP3.WMA.WMV.AVI,.ASF Bit rate 80~384kbps 56~128kbps 4Mbps 4Mbps Version V8 V1,V2,V3,V7 DivX3.11~ DivX5.1, XviD Pixel 640x480 720x480 720x480
44.1kHz 44.1kHz 44.1KHz~48KHz 44.1KHz~48KHz
~ CBI (Control/Bulk/Interrupt) is not supported. ~ Digital Cameras that use PTP protocol or require additional program installation when connected to a PC are not supported. A ~ device using NTFS file system is not supported. (Only FAT 16/32 (File Allocation Table 16/32) file system is supported.) Does not operate with Janus enabled MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) devices. ~
For your convenience, you can set this Home Cinema's features for the best use in your home environment.
Setting the Language
OSD(On-Screen Display) language is set to English by default. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor % button to move to Setup and then press the ENTER or + button. Select Language and then press the ENTER or + button. 4. Press the Cursor $,% button to select OSD Language and then press the ENTER or + button. Press the Cursor $,% button to select the desired language and then press the ENTER button. ~ Once the setup is complete, the OSD will be English if English has been selected as the language. d Press the RETURN button to return to the previous level. d Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen.
MOVE ENTER RETURN EXIT
S ~ OSD LANGUAGE : electing the OSD Language ~ AUDIO : Selecting the Audio Language (recorded on the disc) ~ SUBTIT : Selecting the Subtitle Language (recorded on the disc) LE ~ ISC MENU : electing the Disc Menu Language (recorded on the disc) D S a the language you selected is not recorded on the disc, menu If language will not change even if you set it to your desired language.
WIDE/HDTV Select this to view a 16:9 picture in the full-screen mode on your widescreen TV. ~ You can enjoy the widescreen aspect.
` If a DVD is in the 4:3 ratio, you cannot view it in widescreen. ` Since DVD discs are recorded in various image formats, they will look different depending on the software, the ` When using HDMI, the screen is automatically converted to Wide mode.
type of TV, and the TV aspect ratio setting.
Setting Parental Controls (Rating Level)
Use this to restrict playback of adult or violent DVDs you do not want children to view. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor % button to move to Setup and then press the ENTER or + button. Press the Cursor % button to move to PARENTAL and then press the ENTER or + button. 4. Press the Cursor $,% button to select the desired rating level and then press the ENTER button. ~ If you have selected Level 6, you cannot view DVDs with Level 7 or higher. ~ The higher the level, the closer the content is to violent or adult material. 5. nter the password and then press the ENTER button. E ~ The password is set to "7890" by default. ~ Once the setup is complete, you will be taken to the previous screen. d Press the RETURN button to return to the previous level. d Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen.
` This function works only if a DVD disc contains rating level information.
Setting the Password
You can set the password for the Parental (rating level) setting. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor % button to move to Setup and then press the ENTER or + button. Press the Cursor % button to move to PASSWORD and then press the ENTER or + button. 4. Press the ENTER button. Enter the password and then press the ENTER button. ~ Enter the old password, a new password, and confirm new password. ~ The setting is complete.
` The password is set to "7890" by default.
MOVE SELECT RETURN EXIT
If you have forgotten the rating level password, do the following
~ While the player is in No Disc mode, hold the Home Cinema Systems STOP (@) button for longer than 5 seconds. INITIAL appears on the display and all settings will return to the default values. ~ Press the POWER button. Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings. Do not use this unless necessary.
SETTING THE WAllPAPEr
While watching a DVD or JPEG CD, you can set the image you like as background wallpaper. 1. During playback, press the PAUSE ( an image you like appears. Press the lOGO button.
~ COPY lOGO DATA will be displayed on the TV screen.
) button when
. The power will turn off and then back on.
~ The selected wallpaper will be displayed. ~ You can select up to 3 wallpaper settings.
COPY lOGO DATA # PAUSE lOGO IS COPIED # PAUSE
TO SElECT ONE OF THE 3 WAllPAPEr SETTINGS YOU'VE MADE
1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor % button to move to Setup and then press the ENTEr or + button. Press the Cursor % button to move to lOGO and then press the ENTEr or + button. 4. Press the Cursor $,% button select the desired USEr, and then press the ENTEr button.
~ This selects one of the 3 wallpaper screens.
. Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen. ~ OrIGINAl : Select this to set the Samsung Logo image as your wallpaper. ~ USEr : Select this to set the desired image as your wallpaper. d Press the rETUrN button to return to the previous level. d Press the EXIT button to exit the setup screen.
DviX (r) registration
Please use the Registration code to register this Home Cinema System with the DivX(R) Video On Demand format. For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod
Setting the DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
This feature balances the range between the loudest and quietest sounds. You can use this function to enjoy Dolby Digital sound when watching movies at low volume at night. 1. In Stop mode, press the MENU button. Press the Cursor % button to move to Audio and then press the ENTER or + button. Press the Cursor % button to move to DRC and then press the ENTER or + button. 4. Press the Cursor , to adjust the DRC. ~ When the Cursor button is pressed, the effect is greater, and when the Cursor button is pressed, the effect is smaller. d Press the RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Handling and Storing Discs
If you get fingerprints or dirt on the disc, clean it with a mild detergent diluted in water and wipe with a soft cloth. ~ When cleaning, wipe gently from the inside to the outside of the disc.
` Condensation may form if warm air comes into contact with cold parts inside the player. When condensation
forms inside the player, the player may not operate correctly. If this occurs, remove the disc and let the player stand for 1 or 2 hours with the power on.
Power Consumption Weight Dimensions Operating Temperature Range Operating Humidity Range DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) Disc CD : 12 cm (COMPACT DISC) CD : 8cm (COMPACT DISC) Composite Video Video Output Component Video HDMI 95 W 4.2 Kg 449.6 (W) x 251.5 (H) x 99.1 (D) mm +5C~+35C 10 % to 75 % Reading Speed : 3.49 ~ 4.06 m/sec. Approx. Play Time (Single Sided, Single Layer Disc) : 135 min. Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6 m/sec. Maximum Play Time : 74 min. Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6 m/sec. Maximum Play Time : 20 min. 1.0 Vp-p (75 load) Y : 1.0 Vp-p (75 load) Pr : 0.70 Vp-p (75 load) Pb : 0.70 Vp-p (75 load) Impedance: 85~115 133W x 2(3) 135W(3) General
Front speaker output Subwoofer speaker output Frequency range S/N Ratio Channel separation Input sensitivity Speaker system Impedance Frequency range Output sound pressure level Rated input Maximum input Dimensions (W x H x D) Weights
20Hz~20KHz 70dB 60dB (AUX)400mV 2.1ch speaker system
Front Hz~20 KHz 88dB 133W 266W Front : 185x605x185 mm Subwoofer : 256x256x298 mm Front :1.6 Kg Subwoofer : 4.2 Kg *: Nominal specification Subwoofer 3 40Hz~160Hz 90dB 135W 270W
- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd reserves the right to change the specifications without notice. - Weight and dimensions are approximate.
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Intertek Report 66198 Phase 1 Issue 2
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Research Study of Energy Consumption of Digital Radios Upgrade Phase 1
This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement between Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability are limited to the terms and conditions of the agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the agreement, for any loss, expense or damage occasioned by the use of this report. Only the Client is authorized to permit copying or distribution of this report and then only in its entirety. Any use of the Intertek name or one of its marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be approved in writing by Intertek. The observations and test results in this report are relevant only to the sample tested. This report by itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever been under an Intertek certification program. Taken on its own, this report should not be used for regulatory purposes e.g. declaring conformance with directives.
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Intertek Report 66198 Phase 1 Issue 2 CONTENTS SECTION
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INTRODUCTION Market Analysis Existing Data Purchase of Samples Power Consumption Measurements
APPENDICES Appendix I Appendix II Summary Table of Power Consumption Results List of Products
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Test data has been provided for 42 different brands Test data has been provided for 164 different models, covering over 50% of the market Table 1 below provides an overall summary of the average power consumption figures for all products Table 2 below provides an overall summary of the in-use and standby power consumption figures by product category Table 3 below provides an overall summary of the in-use and standby power consumption for current models versus older models Table 4 below provides an overall summary of the in-use and standby power consumption for tradebrands versus non-tradebrands
Table 1 Overall summary Average all products (W) 6.96 9.80 6.34 14.75 2.44
Power consumption in-use DAB Power consumption in-use FM Power consumption in-use FM only* Power consumption internet Standby power consumption
* exc. Separates (Home Cinema Amplifier) - Code DAB 37
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Table 2 Summary of results by product Average in use power consumption (W) Tabletop DAB FM (in DAB) FM only Tabletop/portables DAB FM (in DAB) FM only Mini/Micro/audio DAB FM (in DAB) FM only Separates (& Home Cinema Amplifiers) DAB FM (in DAB) FM only * FM only (all samples) 5.84 6.55 3.26 Average standby % variance power against FM consumption only (W) 3.16 2.11 +50%
% variance against FM only
4.68 4.74 1.97
19.16 18.02 10.41
9.48 8.13 16.60 40.30
2.47 4.57 3.50
Table 3 Current models v older models (tabletops and tabletop/portables) Older models No. of models tested Power consumption in-use DAB Power consumption in-use FM Standby power consumption 37 6.51 4.28 2.95 Current models 93 4.71 4.33 2.26 % variance -28% +1% -23%
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Table 4 Tradebrands v non-tradebrands Tradebrands No. of models tested Power consumption in-use DAB Power consumption in-use FM Standby power consumption 38 5.93 3.91 2.08 Non Tradebrands 126 7.19 12.10 2.56
More detailed summary tables providing the results by category and trade brand versus non-trade brand are provided in Appendix I of this report.
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Intertek Milton Keynes were commissioned by AEA Technology, to carry out research on behalf of the DEFRA Sustainable Products and Materials team to produce data on the energy performance of analogue and digital radio receivers and a model of the projected changes in energy consumption resulting from the proposed switchover to digital in 2015. This report covers Phase 1 of this study, specifically the energy consumption measurements of analogue and digital radios. This is Issue 2 of the report and replaces Issue 1. Amendments and additional evaluation tables have been included in this issue. This report should be read in conjunction with Excel spreadsheet 66198 DAB Radios Results Table Issue 2.xls. This also replaces Issue 1 of the results table. Changes are highlighted in red. Testing was carried out at Intertek Milton Keynes during March 2010. The tests have been carried out in accordance with the test programme, and as such, the results are only applicable to the sample tested and the conditions of the test. Sample variability and changes in test conditions could influence some results, and the result(s) as stated may not be representative of the mean result if a number of different samples were tested under a variety of test conditions. Taken on its own, this report should not be used for regulatory purposes e.g. declaring conformance with directives.
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Market analysis was carried out to ensure that the products chosen for testing represented the market both in terms of brand coverage and specific models of radio. The following resources were used: 1.1 All the major manufacturers of DAB and audio equipment and the major electrical retailers were contacted directly to request specific information regarding their most popular radio models. The response to this direct contact was poor. 1.2 GfK sales data from 2003 to 2007 was made available to Intertek through MTP (Market Transformation Programme). Although more recent data has been published by GfK, the client decided not to purchase this. Using 2007 sales data, the market share of brands was analysed within DAB and non-portable audio categories. The following tables summarise the data by brand for portable DAB radios and non-portable audio (covering both analogue and DAB products). Tables 5 & 6 Summary of market share by brand 2007 GfK Data by Brand DAB 2007 GfK Data by Brand - NonPortables Portable Audio % % Pure 36% Tradebrand 44% Roberts 20% Sony 14% Sony 16% Philips 11% Bush 7% Alba 8% Philips 4% Panasonic 7% intempo 3% Samsung 3% Goodmans 2% LG 1% Panasonic 2% Bush 1% Alba 2% Goodmans 1% TEAC 1% Denon 1% Denon 1% TEAC 1% JVC 1% JVC 1% Ministry of Sound 1% Intempo 1% Onkyo 1% Roberts 1% Gear4 1% Pure 1% Sharp 0.40%
1.3 More up to date data was provided by Intellect which detailed the five most popular models from four major manufacturers.
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1.4 A thorough search of major online retailers and price comparison websites was also undertaken to identify the most common brands and models currently on the market. From these sources a list of currently available products was compiled (see Appendix II). All products were organised into brands and categories to enable short listing of products. The list of available products was compared with results that were available from previous testing and care was taken to avoid testing duplicate or similar models. We also ensured that there was good coverage of trade brands and non-trade brands as well as a range of price points.
Power consumption data for a range of older, as well as existing, radio products (over 100 models), belonging to other Intertek clients was made available to this project, after obtaining consent from these clients. These products were incorporated into the main database of available products and, from this list, 70 new models were selected for testing. The selection of models to test was based on a number of factors: good representation of the major DAB brands (as per GfK data). 72% of the market for DAB radios is held by three brands coverage of the majority of brands in the market. Data is available for 42 different brands. good representation of the various trade brands, given their high percentage share of the portable audio market good coverage of the different types of radio receiver, eg portable/tabletop, clock radios, Hi-Fi separates, CD players, iPod docks etc
Purchase of Samples
The samples selected for testing were purchased through normal consumer channels, either via the internet or from high street retailers. Two of the 70 models selected were either out of stock or discontinued at the time of purchase and, due to time constraints, could not be replaced.
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The radios selected for testing were categorised into the following groups: Tabletop: Unit has integrated loudspeakers and mains powered only, Figures 1 and 2.
Figure 1 Tabletop (small)
Figure 2 Tabletop (large)
Tabletop/Portable: Unit has integrated loudspeakers and can be mains or battery powered. It is small/light enough to carry when battery powered and may have a carrying handle, recess or groove, Figure 3.
Figure 3 Tabletop/Portable
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Mini/Micro/Audio: The unit has separate loudspeakers and is likely to be a multifunction device probably incorporating a CD player or iPod docking mechanism, Figure 4. It is also mains powered only.
Figure 4 Mini/Micro System
Separates (including Home Cinema Amplifiers): The unit is not supplied with and will not produce sound until connected to a set of loudspeakers or as part of a larger system e.g. to an external amplifier with loudspeakers, Figure 5. In addition the home cinema amplifier is capable of driving a minimum of five loudspeakers designated front L/R, rear L/R, centre and sub or is supplied with six loudspeakers with the same designation, Figure 6. They are also mains powered only.
Figure 5 Separates
Figure 6 Home Cinema Amplifier (rear view)
In-car: This device will only work when connected to a cars DC battery system, Figure 7. It may convert DAB to FM or connect a DAB receiver directly to a previously installed FM receiver via the line input.
Figure 7 In-car adapter
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Power Consumption Measurements
Standby and off-mode measurements have been measured according to BS EN 62301: 2005. Where power saving features were available (e.g. dimming of displays, clock display on/off etc) measurements have been made at the minimum and maximum settings for standby mode and at the default setting for on-modes. Where two figures are entered in the results table for standby power, the first figure is the default, as delivered setting. For the on-mode measurements, a pink noise based simulated programme test signal was used as the input to the radios via a DAB or FM generator, the volume was then adjusted to achieve a sound pressure level of 70dBA measured in our standard 1 listening room. The measurement was recorded at 0.5 metre, 1 metre or 3 metres depending on the type of unit. For small radios and clock radios the distance used was 0.5 metres. For tabletop radios the sound level was measured at a distance of 1 metre. For mini Hi-Fi units and larger amplifiers the distance used was 3 metres. For systems that were not supplied with speakers, 6 ohm dummy load resistors (typical nominal speaker impedance) were used instead of speakers. The volume of the unit was adjusted to obtain a reading of 1 watt across one of the resistors, measured with a true RMS voltmeter. To ensure the units under test were correctly warmed up and electronically stable, each unit was turned on and allowed to settle for at least 30 minutes. The units were tuned to a signal and had their clocks set to ensure they were not hunting for signals. For standby measurements the samples were switched to standby after a minimum of 30 minutes in on-mode. The samples were then left for 15 minutes in standby before the power was tested and recorded. For on-mode measurements the same 30 minute warm up period was employed before the readings were recorded for FM and/or DAB and/or Internet Radio modes.
4.1 Equipment Used
E10418 Kikusui Power Supply PCR1000 E10616 Yokogawa WT210 Power Meter E10617 Yokogawa WT210 Power Meter E10355 Voltech PM100 Power Meter E10403 RS 206-3744 Thermometer
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E10317 Airflow TA5 Anemometer E10182 Vaisala HMI31 Humidity & Temperature Sensor E10122 Hewlett Packard 3478A Multimeter
All power consumption measurements were completed under controlled conditions. Throughout the testing procedure, the ambient temperature, relative humidity, airspeed and condition of the mains supply were monitored and controlled where necessary to ensure they complied with the requirements of BS EN 62301: 2005 and IEC 62087: 2008. Voltage: 230v 1% at 50Hz 1% Total Harmonic Distortion of voltage supply: < 0.2% Temperature: 23C 5 Relative Humidity: Between 10% and 80% Airspeed: < 0.5m/s
4.3 Test Results
The power consumption test results are presented in Excel Spreadsheet 66198 DAB Radios Results Table Issue 2.xls. A summary of results is contained in Appendix I.
Intertek Report 66198 Phase 1 Appendix I Issue 2
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Appendix I Summary Table of Power Consumption Results
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Power Consumption All Brands
Category Number of products tested in category Mains power consumption (W) - in use at reference listening level Mains power supply (W) - standby mode Mains power supply (W) Off mode Average
All Brands Tabletop DAB 41 1.62 13.5 5.84 1.6.55 N/A N/A 0.52 9.6 0.42 7.16 0.95 7.0 3.16 N/A
All Brands Tabletop/Portable DAB 50 1.19 11.4 4.68 2.1 12.0 4.74 N/A N/A 0 10.0 0.29 2.06 3.3 5.0 1.88 0.83
All Brands Mini/Micro/Audio DAB 9 6.6 38.7 19.16 5.3 35.8 18.02 N/A N/A 0.18 7.57 0.59 7.79 N/A 1.76 N/A 1.7
Category Number of products tested in category Mains power consumption (W) - in use at reference listening level
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Mains power supply (W) - standby mode Mains power supply (W) Off mode Average
All Brands Separates (& Home Cinema Amplifiers) DAB 4 4.8 14.3 9.48 3.6 14.9 8.13 N/A N/A 0.91 4.9 0.28 8.34 2.47 0.01
All Brands In-Car DAB DAB 1 2.76 2.76 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0.09
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Power Consumption Trade Brands
Trade Brands Tabletop DAB 9 2.5.77 3.0 10.0 6.5 N/A N/A 1.06 8.4 0.77 1.72 1.65 4.83 2.75 N/A
Trade Brands Tabletop/Portable DAB 11 2.29 7.65 5.03 2.3 3.2 2.83 N/A N/A 0.38 6.67 0.92 2.06 2.13 1.14
Trade Brands Mini/Micro/Audio DAB 1 17.4 17.4 15.3 15.3 N/A N/A 0.62 1.91 2.43 0.62 N/A
Key: Existing data from older models Existing data from current models New data from current models
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Model DAB iPOD dock Micro Hi Fi Domino D3 Blik Radiostation Pico 1.1 Mondo Wi-Fi RD-76 Rambler RD-49 (Gemini 49) MP-SOUND 23 Gemini 59 RD-59 WM-201 Wi-Fi internet radio RSR55 Ecologic 1 Ecologic 2 Ecologic 3 Ecologic 4 (RD-21) Elise Duologic Gemini 45 RD-45 Gemini 21 RD-21 RD-60 RD-41 MP-Sound 43 MP-Sound 53 Gemini 55 RD-55 Gemini 46 RD-46 RD-78 SolarDAB CR9971 Ecologic 6 DreamTime CRD-42 iDream Gemini 37 CRD-37
Category Tabletop Mini/micro/audio
Sainsbury - own brands DAB 2 Red DAB 65 Red Revo DABP01 DRT01 DRJ01 DDJ01 Roberts PTH1 PTP1 DRK01 DDF01 DDH01 Lab Ref DRT01 DRV01 DRW01 DAB 51 DABD01 DABC01 DRF01 DRG01/02 DRP01 DDB01 DAB-G1 DAB-B1 DRU01 DRL01 DRD01 DRN01/02 DAB 52 DABG01 DAB 53 DAB-L1 DABJ1
Revo Revo Revo Revo Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts
Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop
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Intertek Code Roberts DAB-N1 DABB01 DAB-I1 DABE01 EAR6 EAR7 Samsung DAB 54 DAB 55 Sony DRM01 EAR8 DDC01 DRH01 DRQ01 DAB-E1 DAB 56 DAB 57 DAB 58 DAB 59 tangent DRN01 TEAC DAB 60 DAB 61 DAB 62 DAB 63
Brand Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Roberts Samsung Samsung Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony Sony tangent
Model CRD-51 Sound 80 WM-202 Streamtime R9954 R9928 MM-G25R/EDC HT-X720G XDR-S50 ICF 704 L XDR-S55DAB XDR-S10DAB XDR-S100CD XDR-C705DAB HCD-BX70DBi ICF-C218 NAS-Z200DiR HCD-EH10 DAB table radio Item No. 11062 SR-3DAB PD-H380 T-H380DNT-B A-H380 T-R610DAB AG-790A
Category Tabletop Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Mini/micro/audio Mini/micro/audio Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop/portable Tabletop Tabletop/portable Tabletop Mini/micro/audio Tabletop Tabletop Mini/micro/audio Tabletop
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