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Komperna GmbH Burgstrasse 21 D-44867 Bochum www.kompernass.com ID Nr.: KH6515/6516-07/06-V3
DVD player KH 6515/KH 6516 Operating instructions
The Silvercrest KH 6515/6516 DVD player contains copyright protection technology, which protects it from process claims of certain US patents, for example other intellectual property rights of the Macrovision corporation and other copyright owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be approved by the Macrovision corporation and is restricted exclusively to non-commercial private home use. any other use requires the express approval of Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering and disassembling are expressly prohibited.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
Dolby and the double-D-symbols are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories, Inc. Confidential Unpublished Works.
1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
This device is protected by US patents 4.631.603, 4.577.216, 4.819.098. 4.907.093 and 6.516.132.
The license applies exclusively for private use.
The Silvercrest KH 6515/6516 DVD player is licensed as a DivX Certified Product.
Operating controls and connections
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Button / (Play/Pause) Button (Stop) Button (Skip backwards) Button (Skip forward) Button (Scan Button (Scan forward) backwards) Memory card slots Pilot lamp USB port Display IR remote sensor Button (Open/Close) Disc tray Button ON/OFF
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Fig. 1 Front panel
Digital OUT socket "Optical" Socket "Y" Socket "Pb/Cb" Stereo cinch socket "L" "Euro Scart" socket Surround "Centre" cinch socket Surround cinch socket "SL" Surround cinch socket "FL" "VGA OUT" Socket "Video Out" cinch socket Mains cable with power plug "S Video Out" socket "HDMI OUT" socket Surround "FR" cinch socket Surround "SR" cinch socket Surround "Subwoofer" cinch socket Stereo cinch socket "L" "Pr/Cr" cinch socket Digital Out "Coaxial" socket
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Button Standby Button (Open/Close) Button Search (Select time position) Button Angle (Change the camera perspective) Return button Display button (Superimpose disc information) Number buttons 0 to 9 (Number input 0-9) CLR button (Delete input) PRG button (Superimpose the programme menu) Control buttons Setup button (Superimpose OSD Menu) Skip + button (Skip forward) F.FWD button (Scan forward) (Stop) button DVD/Card/USB button (Show contents of memory card) S.FWD button Button Dimmer (Display brightness settings) Mark button (Bookmark function) Mode button (Superimpose playback mode) Zoom button (Increase/reduce image size) Video_Out button (Adjust video output) Mute button (Remove sound) Vol - button (Reduce volume) Page - button Vol + button (Increase volume) Page + button A - B button (Repeat sequence) Repeat button (Repeat playback) S.RWD button Pause/Step button (Play) button button (Scan backwards) Skip - button (Skip backwards) OK button (Confirm input) Menu button (Superimpose DVD Menu) Title button (Superimpose DVD/CD contents) Subtitle button (Superimpose subtitles) button Audio (Change playback language)
In case of overheating there is a risk of fire! . do not play in moist environments, for example in cellars or in the sauna! Moisure penetrating the applicance can lead to malfunctions and cause irreparable damage to the DVD-Player! This device was only designed for stationary operation under normal climatic conditions (temperate climate).
Moisture penetrating into the device creates the risk of an electric shock! . not in the immediate vicinity of water, for example in the bath tub or in the swimming pool. Do not place containers filled with water, for example flower vases, on the DVD player.
Danger! Laser radiation!
The DVD player is equiped with a "Class 1 Laser". Never open the device. Never attempt to repair the device. There is invisible laser radiation inside the device. Do not expose yourself to the laser beam as this could lead to eye injuries.
If water runs into the DVD player or if it falls into water it can be irreparably damaged and the risk of an electric shock exists! . not in cupboards, on shelves or other enclosed furnishings as well as not on beds and covers because the ventilation of the DVD player will be impaired and it could overheat. For the same reason do not place another piece of equipment (i.e. a television) on the DVD player. In order to guarantee sufficient ventilation the selected location of the DVD player must provide for a clearance of at least 10 cm at the rear, on top, and on either side from walls and any other object. This device must not be placed in the immediate vicinity of flammable materials, for example curtains, flammable liquids etc.
5. Remote control
5.1. Inserting the batteries 1 Open the battery compartment on the back of the remote control. 2 Now insert the two batteries type AAA/R 03 (micro cells) included in the package into the battery compartment. Make sure that the batteries are inserted in accordance with the correct polarity. 3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
When overheated the DVD player can be irreparably damaged and the risk of a fire exists!
5.2. Using the remote control In order to guarantee faultless operation when using the remote control Always point the remote control, during use, directely at the DVD player Make sure that there are no obstructions between the remote control and the DVD player that will hinder reception When using the remote control place yourself not more than 5 metres from the DVD player Otherwise interferences can occur during operation of the DVD player functions with the remote control.
For damage to the DVD player that results from. The effects of moisture water penetrating into the equipment Overheating. no liability/warranty will be assumed!
5.3. Replacing the batteries If the operation of the DVD player via the remote control does not function properly or does not function at all the batteries must be replaced Always renew all batteries in order to return the remote control to its full performance ability. NOTE: Used batteries may not be disposed of in household waste. Hand in used batteries at a collection location or disposal site or return them to the place where you bought them. Should you yourself at some time dispose of the DVD player's remote control then you should beforehand, without fail, remove the batteries!
Do not plug the DVD player into an electrical outlet at this time. Wait until you have connected the DVD player to a television set. In the event that you wish to change the type of video or audio connection you must first pull the power plug from the power socket! Otherwise the DVD player and possibly equipment connected to it could become irreparably damaged through voltage peak strikes!
Equipment connected to a power supply can be damaged during a thunderstorm. You should therefore always pull the power plug from the power socket when there is a storm.
Do not throw batteries into a fire. Do not recharge batteries unless, of course they are specifically designated as "rechargable". Never open, solder or weld batteries. The risk of explosions and injuries exist!
The main switch on the front panel is used for the ON/OFF function. It is not used as a disconnect switch for the mains voltage. The power plug is used for disconnecting the mains voltage. In order to completely disconnect the equipment from the mains voltage the power plug must be pulled from the power socket. The power socket for the power plug should be situated close to the device and easily accessible
After setting up the DVD player, you can now connect it to a television. The DVD player can be connected to a television that operates with the PAL, NTSC and SECAM standards. If you want to use the DVD player on a television with. . NTSC standard you will have to change the video setting in the DVD's so called "OSD menu". There PAL is set as the television standard at the factory. SECAM standard you do not need to change any settings. The factory setting for the PAL standard also allows the DVD player to operate with SECAM televisions in so far as these can process the signals.
6.2. Connecting to a Television via S-Video NOTE: For this connections variant the television must be equiped with an S-Video input and two unoccupied audio cinch sockets. If you are not sure if the television is capable of handling S-video, for example via cinch sockets, then you can check this by consulting the television's instruction manual. For this connection variant you will need: an audio cinch cable (not supplied) an S-Video cable (not supplied) These can be obtained from your dealer. In order to connect the DVD player to a television via S-Video
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8.3 "Video settings: Set the television standard" Depending on the features of the television, there are various options for connecting the DVD player to it: 6.1. Connecting to a Television via Scart Cable/RGB Note: Connecting the DVD player to a television with a Scart cable via the RGB input offers a high quality connection. Select this connection variation in the case of televisions equiped with an RGB input. If you are not sure if the television is equiped with an RGB input then you can check this by consulting the television's instruction manual.
Connect the jack inscribed with S-video to a television S-Video socket using an S-Video cable. Insert the white audio cinch cable plug into the cinch socket inscribed "L" on the rear panel of the DVD player. Then insert the white plug at the other end of the audio cinch cable into the left channel audio socket on the television. Insert the red audio cinch cable plug into the cinch socket inscribed "R" on the rear panel of the DVD player. Then insert the red plug at the other end of the audio cinch cable into the right channel audio socket on the television. For playback select the matching channel on your television Check with the television's instruction manual on how you can set the AV channel. In the OSD menu select the menu Video/Video output/RGB.
Connect the jack inscribed with Euro Scart to a television Scart socket by using the supplied Scart cable. For playback select the matching channel on your television Check with the television's instruction manual on how you can set the AV channel. In the OSD menu select the menu Video/Video output/RGB.
On this topic see also capital 8.3
"Video settings: Video output.
6.3. Connecting to a television via video input (composite video) For this connection variant the television must be equiped with Audio/Video cinch sockets (Composite Video). In order to connect the DVD player to a television via Composite Video you will need: Audio/Video cinch cable
NOTE: For both variants the television, to which you want to connect the DVD player must have two unoccupied Audio cinch sockets available. The cable connections are the same in both cases; YPbPr-signal for Progressive Scan however can only be used if the television (or Video projector), to which you want to connect the DVD player, is capable of Progressive Scan. If you are not sure whether the television (or Video projector), to which you want to connect the DVD player is capable of Progressive Scan and has cinch sockets available then you can check this by consulting the television's (or Video projectors's) instruction manual. For both variations "YPbPr" and "YUV" you will need an audio cinch cable (not supplied) an YUV cable (not supplied) These can be obtained from your dealer.
NOTE: For an optimal sound experience place your HiFi system's loud speakers to the left and to the right of the television, on which you connected the DVD player. If you connected the DVD player to the television via a Scart cable the Audio signal will be transmitted via the cinch cable to your HiFi system as well as via the Scart cable to the television. In this case, set the volume of the television to the lowest value. 7.2. Connecting digital audio components via digital cables In order to enjoy Surround Sound during playback of correspondingly equiped DVDs (recognisable by the Dolby Digital or DTS-Logo) you can connect the DVD player to digital Audio components, for example a Dolby Digital- or DTSReceiver or a suitable Surround system. you can purchase the necessary cables for the hereafter described connection variants from your dealer. Firstly check with the digital components instruction manual to see if it allows for connection to the DVD player. via a coaxial cable or via an optical cable. Connection via coaxial cable In order to connect the DVD player to a digital audio component with a digital coaxial cable. Connect the "COAXIAL" inscribed plug to the corresponding socket on the digital audio component.
Insert the white cinch cable plug into the cinch socket inscribed "L" on the rear panel of the DVD player. Then insert the white plug at the other end of the cinch cable into the left channel cinch socket on the HiFi system. Insert the red cinch cable plug into the cinch socket inscribed "R" on the rear panel of the DVD player. Insert the red plug at the other end of the cinch cable into the right channel cinch socket of the HiFi system. Check with the instruction manual which settings on the HiFi system may be necessary in order to reproduce sound via the HiFi system during the playback of a DVD, VCD/ S-VCD, Audio or MP3 CD from the DVD player.
Connecting via optical cable In order to connect the DVD player to a digital audio component with an optical cable. Remove the protective plug from the "Optical" inscribed socket on the rear panel of the DVD player and insert the optical cable plug. Insert the plug at the other end of the optical cable in the corresponding socket of the digital audio component. NOTE: The optical cable is a glass fibre cable and must not be bent during installation. Otherwise the glass fibre contained in the cable could break and the cable would become unusable.
The following menu options can be set: Language, Video, Audio, Rating and Misc. The control buttons will move you through the OSD Menu. To confirm a selection or input press the "OK" button. To exit the selected OSD Menu option press the control button , until the left Menu tab (Language, Video etc.) is active. Select another Menu tab with the control buttons and activate the OSD Menu option with the control button. To exit the OSD Menu press the button "Setup" again. 8.2. Language Settings You can preset the languages for the Menu-language, DVDMenu, Subtitles, Audio and DivX Subtitles functions. These settings are valid for every DVD if the selected language is present on the DVD.
- Aspect Ratio:
- View Mode:
- OSD Language:
- DVD menu:
Here you set the language, in which the OSD Menu will be displayed on the television screen. Here you set the language, in which the DVD Menu will be displayed on the television screen. Not all films contain a menu on the DVD. If a menu is available then it can only be shown in the language that you set if this language is available on the DVD. If the selected language is not available then the DVD Menu will be displayed in another language.
Here you set the Image format, in which the film should be displayed on the television screen (4:3 or 16:9). The correct setting depends on the television to which you would like to connect the DVD player. Here you can adapt the Height and width of the Image to the playback device being used, for example Pan & Scan (Adaptation of Image width formats to the 4:3 Image). Here you set the TV-Standard (PAL/NTSC/ Multi) of your playback device. Only set "Multi" if you have connected the DVD player to a Multi standard television. Here you set the Video-Output, through which the DVD player is connected to the playback device.
In the event that you set an incorrect Video-Output, for example "P-Scan", although your television is not capable of Progressive Scan, then the television screen will suddenly become black. This is not a defect of the television or the DVD player! In a case such as this. Press the "Stop" button on the front panel of the DVD player or on the remote control.
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Then keep pressing the button "Video Out" on the remote control until the Image reappears on the television screen. - Brightness: - Sharpness: - HD Resolution: Here you set the Brightness (1-16) of the DVD player. Here you set the contrast (1-16) of the DVD player. Here you adjust several resolutions for the HD output. Check using the playback device's instruction manual which resolutions (480p/576p/720p/1080i) are supported Here you adjust the several resolutions for the image display via the HD Output.
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To activate the age release you must select the option "Parental control" in the OSD Menu under "Rating" and enter the password (8888). You confirm your entry by pressing the button "OK". Again select the option "Parental control" and now set the desired child lock level. You confirm your entry by pressing the button "OK". - Set password: Here you can change the preset password (8888) and submit your own password. Only the numbers 0-9 can be used. To change the password select the option "Set password" in the OSD Menu. Enter the valid password. You confirm your entry by pressing the button "OK". Again select the option "Set password" and enter the new password. You confirm your entry by pressing the button "OK". NOTE: In case you should forget your new password you can use the factory default password (8888).
After you have placed the DVD player in a suitable location connected the DVD player to a television by one of the designated connection options connected the DVD player, if desired, to a HiFi or Surround system (analogue/digital) for example a Dolby Digital or DTS receiver made the remote control ready for operation by inserting the batteries become acquainted with the activation and handling of the OSD Menu using the remote control the DVD player is ready for operation.
8.6. Misc settings In this Menu you can return the DVD player to its factory defaults and set the DVD playback priority.
9.1. Inserting the DVD To play a disc with the DVD player: Switch on your television. Make sure that the DVD player is ready for operation. If the television, the DVD player and possibly other connected devices (i.e. an audio component) are ready for operation and are switched on and the DVD player is connected correctly to the television you will now see the Silvercrest logo on the TV screen If no disc is inserted into the DVD player's disc tray: The message "No disc" apears on the TV screen. Open the disc tray by pressing the button "Open/Close" on the remote control or on the front panel of the DVD player. "Open" will appear on the TV screen. Insert the disc in the disc tray with the inscribed/labled side up. For twin-sided discs: The side you would like to play must face down. After you have inserted the disc press the button "Open/Close" on the remote control or on the front panel of the DVD player again to close the disc tray. The contents of the disc will now be loaded; this may take a few seconds. In the meantime the message "Loading" appears on the TV screen. 9.2. Inserting memory cards/USB memory sticks with MP3-/WMA-/DivX-/JPEG- data NOTE: The DVD-Player always starts in DVD mode. To read memory cards you press the button "DVD/Card/USB" on the remote control. The DVD player recognizes the data formats JPEG, MP3, WMA und MPEG4 (DivX). Always only insert one memory card in the DVD-Player. The DVD-Player always reads the data from the bottom compartment for the CF I/CF II-Card. If a memory card is inserted, the data in the upper compartment are not read.
MultiMediaCard- /SecureDigital memory cards (MMC/SD) MultiMediaCard/SecureDigital memory cards must be inserted into the upper memory card compartment. Insert the MMC-/SD memory cards into the upper memory card slot straight and with the contacts forward. For this purpose. - the side of the memory card that the contacts are on must be facing downwards and - the slanted corner of the memory card must be on the right side
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MermoryStick memory cards (MS/MSPro) MemoryStick memory cards must be inserted into the upper memory card compartment. Insert MF memory cards into the upper memory card compartment contacts first and straight. For this purpose. - the side of the memory card that the contacts are on must be facing downwards and - the slanted corner of the memory card must be on the left side.
To play back a DVD/VCD/S-VCD with the DVD player. Switch on your television. Make sure that the DVD player is ready for operation. If the television, the DVD player and possibly other connected devices (i.e. an audio component) are ready for operation and are switched on and the DVD player is connected correctly to the television you will now see the Silvercrest logo on the TV screen
USB memory sticks (USB) The DVD player supports USB memory sticks 1.1 and 2.0 up to a capacity of 512 MB. USB memory sticks must be inserted into the USB port.
If the USB memory stick is inserted correctly into the port the green control light next to the lower loading slot will light up. Press the button "DVD/Card/USB" on the remote control to show the contents of the memory card.
9.3. Removal of Memory cards/USB Memory sticks from the memory card slot Memory cards/USB Memory sticks should only be removed after the memory card slot is deactivated. Thus avoiding the possibility of damage or data loss. Press the button "DVD/Card/USB" on the remote control to return to the DVD mode. The green control light next to the memory card slot will go out. You can now remove the memory card/USB memory stick from the memory card slot.
Open the disc tray on the front panel of the DVD player by pressing the button "Open/Close" on the front panel of the DVD player or on the remote control. "Open" will now appear In the display on the front panel of the DVD player and on the television screen. Insert a DVD/VCD/S-VCD disc in the disc tray with the inscribed/ labled side up. Press the button "Open/Close" on the front panel of the DVD player or on the remote control again to close the disc tray. "Close" will appear in the display on the front panel of the DVD player and on the television screen while the disc tray is closing. The contents of the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD will now be loaded; this may take a few seconds. Meanwhile "Load" will flash in the display on the front panel of the DVD player and "Read" will appear on the television screen. Playback of the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD starts automatically. NOTE: DVDs, VCDs and S-VCDs, that you want to playback with the DVD player possibly have a country code, which is printed on the DVD cover. The DVD player can only playback DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs with the country code 2. If no country code is printed on the cover of a DVD/VCD/ S-VCD. but instead the symbol , then the DVD/VCD/S-VCD can be played back with the DVD player Then the DVD/VCD/S-VCD can possibly not be played back with the DVD player. You can check this by attempting to play back the DVD.
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NOTE: This function is not available on all DVDs. NOTE: If you stopped playback by pressing the "Stop" button twice (playback stop without resume function) activation of the main menu on the disc is not possible. Playback Control (PBC) with VCDs/S-VCDs Many VCDs/S-VCDs have playback control (in short "PBC"). playback control means a main menu, which allows for operation of several functions of the VCD/S-VCD. If PBC is available on the disc inserted into the DVD player then you must first activate it in order to superimpose the menu. To activate PBC. During playback or while playback is stopped press the button "Mode" on the remote control. The "Playback Mode" menu will be superimposed on the television screen:
Skip to beginning of chapter (Skip) NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. With the "Skip forward" and "Skip backwards" buttons on the remote control or on the front panel of the device you can manoeuvre inside the film on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD during playback. forwards to the beginning of the next chapter or skip backwards to the previous chapter The chapter selected will immediately play back without the necessity of pressing the "Play" button. The number of the selected chapter will show in the display on the front panel of the DVD player to the left of the played time indicator. Entry of the title number via number keys NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. Instead of using the Skip function you can also enter the title from within the film on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD direct by entering the title number via the number buttons 0 to 9 on the remote control. For this. During playback or while playback is stopped press the number button, corresponding to the title number, on the remote control, for example the "3" button for the third title or "1" followed by "0" for the tenth title. The numbers entered will be briefly superimposed on the television screen. Then press the "OK" button on the remote control. Playback of the title with the entered number will now automatically begin. Search function You can also use the search function to select a title or chapter from the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD directly: Direct chapter or time selection via the Search function NOTE: These functions may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen.
Subtitle superimpose/Hide NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. If the film on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD has subtitles available then you can superimpose them onto the television screen during playback by pressing the "Subtitle" button on the remote control. With the first press of the "Subtitle" button the subtitles of the first available language are superimposed on the television screen. With each further press of the "Subtitle" button subtitles in other available languages, one after the other, will be superimposed on the television screen. The number of the currently superimposed sub title language will be superimposed on the television screen ( i.e. "1/10" for the first of ten available sub title languages). When the last of the available sub title languages has been superimposed (i.e. "10/10" for the tenth of ten available sub title languages) then you can switch off the sub title function by pressing the "Subtitle" button again. "Off" will be superimposed on the television screen. To change playback language NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. With many films on DVD/VCD/S-VCD you can select another playback language during the playback by pressing the "Audio" button on the remote control. With the first press of the "Audio" button the first available playback language will be switched on. With each further press of the "Audio" button other available playback languages will be switched on one after the other. The current switched on playback language will be superimposed on the television screen.
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Programmed play (Program) NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. With the "Programme" function you can compile your own programme by selecting only certain chapters of an inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD for playback. You can select the order in which the chapters are played yourself. You can compile a maximum of 16 chapters of a film for programmed play. To use the programmed play. During playback or when playback is stopped press the "PRG" button on the remote control. The program menu is displayed on the screen:
What are titles and chapters? On this topic, please refer to Section 15. "Glossary / KeyWord Index.
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For this. During playback press the "Display" button on the remote control. On the television screen will be superimposed: In respect to DVDs: the time already played back of the currently running DVD in hours, minutes and seconds the time left to the end of the film in hours, minutes and seconds the type of the inserted disc (DVD) the current title number/the total number of titles the current chapter number/the total number of chapters the currently entered playback language the current selected sub title setting the current selected camera perspective/the number of currently available camera perspectives (Angles) For VCDs/S-VCDs: the time already played back of the currently running VCD/S-VCD in hours, minutes and seconds the time left to the end of the film currently playing in hours, minutes and seconds the type of inserted disc (VCD/S-VCD) the current playback language setting To hide the disc information press the "Display" button again. Switch on several playback modes NOTE: This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to execute a function that is not available, the symbol is displayed on the television screen. During the playback of a DVD/VCD/S-VCD you can switch on the following playback modes: Random Playback When you switch on the random playback the chapters on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD will be played back in random order. To switch on the Random Playback. Press the "Mode" button on the remote control during playback. The "Playback Mode" menu will be superimposed on the television screen:
By pressing the "OK" button on the remote control you can select between the options "Normal" and "Random" (with VCDs/S-VCDs the option "PBC" is added). Set to "Random" and press the "Mode" button again. The "Playback Mode" menu is hidden and the random function is now switched on. To switch off the random function press the "Mode" button during playback and select the option "Normal" in the "Playback Mode" menu under the menu option "Modes" by pressing the "OK" button. When you press the "Mode" button again the random function is switched off. Repeated play With the function "Repeated Play" you can.. in respect to DVDs, optionally repeat the title or chapter of the inserted DVD. in respect to VCDs/S-VCDs individual titles and/or the entire VCD/S-VCD repeatedly playback. To switch off repeat play. Press the "Mode" button on the remote control during playback. The "Playback Mode" menu will be superimposed on the television screen: Press the control button to select the menu option "Repeat".
Composite video Video signal or FBAS signal; this refers to a video signal that contains both colour and brightness information. Progressive scan Normally TV sets and Video projectors with so called "Half images" are controlled. This results in clearly visible line structures. In contrast, progressive scan refers to the supply of full images (with this DVD player at the YPbPr output), progressive scan signals can only be processed by playback devices (primarily large screen televisions, projectors) that offer this feature. The image quality is significantly better than typical video signals. YUV (component video out) YUV refers to the component signal, which is available with this device at the YPbPR output in the form of "half images"; as a rule this is the best signal for the control of large screen televisions and projectors, which can not process Progressive scan signals. As with RGB video signals, the YUV consists of three separate video signals: the brightness signal "Y" and both colour difference signals "Pb/Cb" and "Pr/Cr" Half images (interlacing) / full images (progressive scanning) A standard television image consists of 576 visible lines; first the odd then the even image lines are displayed in alternation. In other words, one half image is shown at a time. In this way, only 30 full images (60 half images) can be displayed per second. This method is referred to as "interlace" format. Contrary to this with the so called progressive or "Progressive scan" format all images are shown every time, that is to say 60 full images per second are displayed. This increases the overall quality of the image; for example paused images and text appear sharper. HDMI HDMI is short for "High Definition Multimedia Interface" and refers to a 19 contact interface for complete digital transmission of audio and video data. With its high bandwidth HDMI handles all known today home electronics digital video and audio formats. HDMI transmits audio data up to frequencys of 192 kHz with text widths of up to 24 Bit on up to 8 channels. Thus not only all of today's image and sound formats introduced into home electronics including HDTV (up to the highest present resolution of 1080i) are transmitted without loss of quality but also future formats with yet higher resolutions.
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Decoder The sound on DVDs with home theatre sound is saved on the DVD in encrypted (encoded) form. Different encryption formats exist for several purposes, for example AC-3 for the playback of Dolby Digital Surround Sound. To playback the encrypted sound the playback device (i.e. the DVD player) and/or the audio component connected to it (i.e. Surround system) must have a so called Decoder that can turn the encrypted signal back into music and/or sound. The Silvercrest KH 6510/KH 6511 DVD player is equiped with an AC-3 Decoder (for Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound signals). Dolby Surround Dolby Surround is an analog audio format with which the two channels of a stereo audio signal are used to store surround sound information for an additional channel. Dolby Surround decoders convert the signals back into sound or music and send the audio to two additional speakers that are situated behind the listener. Dolby Prologic In comparison with the Dolby Surround audio format, Dolby Prologic uses an additional channel in the stereo signal; this is the "center" channel. The corresponding center speaker is situated directly between the stereo speakers. The deepest tones are sent to a low range speaker, called a "subwoofer". The subwoofer can be placed at any location in the room; the reason for this is that the deep tones emitted by the subwoofer cannot be precisely localised by the human ear. Dolby Digital (5.1) Dolby Digital, also referred to as AC3, is a digital audio format with which up to six separate audio channels can be transmitted. On most current DVDs, the audio is stored in "Dolby Digital 5.1" format; the "5" in the name "5.1" stands for the three front and two rear surround sound channels, the "1" stands for the subwoofer channel. DTS DTS is short for "Digital Theatre System" and is designated one of the most conventional Surround Sound formats for DVDs. As with Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS uses three front and two rear surround sound channels as well as a subwoofer channel. What are PAL, NTSC and SECAM? PAL PAL is short for "Phase Alternation Line". PAL is the typical and most common colour television standard in Central and Western Europe (exception: France see the heading "SECAM"), the most wide spread and common colour television standard.
NTSC NTSC is short for "National Television System Committee". NTSC is a colour television standard that is used primarily in the USA and Japan. SECAM SECAM is the abbreviation for the French "systme en couleur avec mmoire". SECAM is currently the typical and most common colour television standard in France and many Eastern European countries. Audio CDs Audio CDs contain only audio data; they are also available in the sizes 8 cm and 12 cm (diameter). The playback time for the audio data stored on CDs is 20 minutes (8 cm size) or 74 minutes (12 cm size). Audio data is stored on audio CDs in the CDA format. MP3 MP3 refers to a method or format for compression of audio files developed by the Fraunhofer Institute. In MP3 format compressed music is only a fraction of its original size, whereby, for example, on CD-Rs/CD-RWs far more music can be stored than on standard audio CDs, on which audio data is stored in CDA format. WMA WMA ("Windows Media Audio") is a data format developed by Microsoft for Audio data. JPEG JPEG ("Joint Photographics Expert Group") refers to a widely used graphics format developed by the organisation of the same name, with which colour and gray scale image data are compressed. Nero Digital NERO is a dta compresion program, which can compress all video formats to less than 20% of their original size, while still maintaining a high qualiyt. CDs, which have been recorded with NERO, can contain chapters and sub-titles in two languages. The CDs are operated via the normal buttons that are used for DVDs. Data, which are not created with the NERO Digital "Standard Profile, may not play immediately or only with restrictions. DivX DivX is a coding format for videos and multi-medial data, invented by DivX Networks, Inc. MPEG MPEG ("Moving Picture Experts Group") refers to a Video compression format. USB memory sticks The term USB memory stick refers to a plugable USB device, which is approximately the size of a cigarette lighter. The expression is only colloquial and not a designation for a type of product. For the most part with this expression is meant a USB device that serves as an interchangeable storage media.
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