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PS2 Laserunit Manual
Playstation 2 Laseradjustment / replacement
Ver. 3.00.2 Mr. B / DNA
Disclaimer The information contained in this document is provided as is. No warranties of any kind are expressed or implied; use of this information is solely the responsibility of the reader. The author will neither assume responsibility for illegal or other misuse of the information contained herein nor damage or harm to humans, animals, plants or facilities (including your PS2 !) Mr. B / DNA Design for GameCity / www.gamefreax.de
1. Introduction 2. Tools of the trade 3. Disassembling the console a) SCPH 10000 (Jap) b) SCPH 30004 (Eur) V3 4. Adjustment a) SCPH 10000 (Jap) b) SCPH 30004 (Eur) V3, V4, V5 5. Replacing the Laserunit 6. Document History 7. Disclaimer
PS2 Laserunit Manual 1. Introduction
There are many FAQs regarding the adjustment of PS2 Laserunits (LU), as Sony seems to adjust em too careful, so the LU has a greater life expectance, but the PS has difficulties reading some DVDs or gamediscs (backups ?). Most of the answers give advice to screw a little bit on the laserpots, but thats a real nerve wrecking way of getting your PS to work. This reworked and rewritten tutorial gives explanation to properly adjusting the LU. There also seems to be a problem with some batches of PS2 - the LU dies and the PS2 cant read DVDs and/or CDs anymore. Fortunately there are some vendors selling refurbished or new laserunits - the problem is that in most cases you have to replace the unit yourself. The explanations and aproaches given in this tutorial are meant as a help performing this task.
PS2 Laserunit Manual 2. Tools of the trade For plain adjustments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Oscilloscope (at least 20 Mhz bandwidth!) 10:1 Scope testprobe with clamp a set of presicion screwdrivers (like the ones for repairing clocks) Philips screwdriver (for removing the PS2 cover) your PS2 utility disc (Jap model) / demo disc (Eur model) or any other PS1 gamedisc and a DVD movie 6. knowledge on how to use that stuff. (esp. the oscilloscope !) optional: small piece of thin, isolated wire, solder wick and a solder iron
Fig. 1: Oscilloscope
Fig. 2: probe
For replacing the laserunit: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. precision height gauge (German: Schieblehre or Mikrometerschraube) TORX T06X40 screwdriver precision screwdriver size 1 screw securing lacquer (Loctide screwfastener) solder iron and desolder wick or desolder pump optional: some insulation tape
Fig. 3: tools for laserreplacement
If you dont have one of the tools above (esp. the scope and probes ) ask somebody who can lend it to you (TV repair shops.), if you lack of [6 knowledge] then ask somebody whos familiar with this (again TV repair shops.) ;)!
PS2 Laserunit Manual 3. Disassembling the console (Bringing the console into service position)
Note: If you disassemble and modify your PS2 you will lose warranty. The following procedures should only be done by skilled persons with the console unplugged from the mains. If you arent sure if you can do this ask somebody whos familiar with this kind of work !!! Furthermore be extremely careful while doing the adjustments as there are no spare parts !!! :( a) SCPH 10000 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Remove the bottom and top cover by removing the screws under the small plastic/rubber pads. Remove the metal rfi-shielding at the bottom (pcb) side. Unplug the flat wire band from the drive connector by lifting off the clamping bridge (carefully!!!) Turn the machine around and dismount the drive by removing the two screws holding it. Turn the machine back to the bottom side and plug the wire band back to the connector. Place the drive that you can access the drawer, without bending the flat wire band (I put it on the pcb, isolated with a sheet of paper and up-side-down to get access to the adjustable resistors).
PS2 Laserunit Manual b) SCPH 30004 (V3)
1. Remove the EXPANSION BAY cover and the warranty-void-sticker (dont need it any more ;) )
Fig. 4: Expansion Bay
2. Remove the bottom and top cover by removing the screws under the small plastic/rubber pads.(Sorry no pictures, yet) 3. Remove the screws holding the rfi-shield and the metal base plate first, then the shield and plate
Fig. 5: Cover sheets
4. Unplug the silver ribbon cable (drive unit connector) and the Expansion Bay connector (Be very careful !!!). Lift off the metalsheet on its left side.
Fig. 6: disconnecting the drive
5. Turn the machine around (to top side) and dismount the drive by removing the two screws holding it. Get the drive unit out of the console (make sure youve disconnected it in step 4 !!!)
Fig. 7: cd/dvd drive top side
6. Turn the console again upside down. Lock the black isolation sheet in position with a small strip of power-strip (Tesa) - this is important as the silver ribbon cable is conductive on its surface! Place the drive upsidedown on the Expansion Bay spacers and the mainboards left side. Reconnect the silver ribbon cable.
Fig. 8: service mode setup
PS2 Laserunit Manual 4. Adjustment Adjustments basically the same for all model types, only the testpoints differ.
Connect your probe to the TP and GND. I soldered a small piece of wire to the pad and connected the probe via the clamp, this is safe and replaces the third hand you would need to hold the probe while adjusting the laser and holding the drive. Set your oscilloscope to 20mV/Sect. and 0.2us/Sect. SCPH 10000
Fig. 9: SCPH-10000 (Jap) test pin
SCPH 30004 (Euro / US)
Fig. 10: SCPH-30004 V3
Fig. 11: SCPH-30004 V4
Fig. 12: SCPH-30004 V5
Performing the adjustments Power up the PS2 and insert the PS2 utility disc. You should now see the eye-pattern signal (as below) on your scope. Wait until the disc is completely booted to get a stable picture on your scope. Turn the resistor marked `CD` clockwise until you get the maximum undistorted eye-pattern (if you want more safety and a longer life of your laser then turn back a bit so the laser doesnt run at full power).
Fig. 14: "Good" Signal
Fig. 13: "Bad" Signal
Fig. 15: SCPH-10000 LU
Fig. 16: SCPH-30004 LU
If you get a distorted signal just turn back a bit until it becomes stable and clear ! Ok, now the CD section is adjusted so replace the utility/demo CD with the DVD and reset the console. Now do the same adjustments as above but use the variable resistor marked `DVD` this time.
Safe values (tested on Jap model only!) : Mode Oscilloscope setting Eye-Pattern signals amplitude (A) set to DVD 20mV / 0.2us per Section 800mV Vpp CD 20mV / 0.2us per Section 640 mV Vpp
PS2 Laserunit Manual 5. Replacing the Laserunit 1. Disassemble the PS2 as described above. 2. Disconnect the silver ribbon cable from the drive (at the mainboards connector), dismount the driveunit by removing the 2 screws holding it 3. Remove the cover of the drive (4 screws) using the precision screwdriver 4. Turn the drive-unit upside-down 5. Disconnect the laser-unit connector (be careful - the ribbon cable is very sensitive !!)
Fig. 17: laserunit connectors
6. Push the white slider to the left in order to release the drawer
Fig. 18: tray lock/unlock slider
7. Pull out the drawer / tray completely
Fig. 19: drawer / tray bottom side
PS2 Laserunit Manual 8. Turn around the drive again
9. Nows the tricky part: Measure the height of the laserunit at the marked point using the precision height gauge. Write down the measured value, this will be important later on !!!
Fig. 21: height adjustment screw
Fig. 20: height adjustment with height gauge
10.Remove the marked screws, use the TORX screwdriver for the small screw adjusting the lus height
11.Remove the laserunit by (carefully) pulling out the slider bars
12.Mount the white, plastic steering plate and the TORX screw to your new laserunit (sorry no picture, yet!) 13.Reassemble the drive the reverse way. 14.Adjust the height of the laserunit to the drive you measured in (9)
PS2 Laserunit Manual 15.Desolder the anti-statics protection pins (just remove the solder) on the lus pcb. Attention : This is a MUST !!! If you dont do this the drives electronics may get damaged !!
16.Remount the drive unit and reconnect it to the mainboard. 17.Adjust the laserunit electrically according to the adjustments-section 18.Reassemble your PS2 and have fun !!!
6. Document History Version 1.00.0 2.00.1 3.00.1 Content /Changes First Tutorial; Description for Jap SCPH 10000 only Eur SCPH 30004 (V3) added, disassembly added Laserunit replacement tutorial added (beta, no 100% solution for adjusting the height of the laserunit), some nice pictures added, some facelifting done (finally colored pictures *g V3 (revised), V4 and V5 testpoints added, facelifting, better compression
Any comments, remarks, bug reports ? Feel free to contact me : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need further assistance please visit the www.gamefreax.de forum (both english and german) or the www.ps2.nu ps2repair forum. Also check out the Gamefreax shop if you live in Germany and need anything regarding consoles, games, repair (many spare parts), modification. If you want to spread this document feel free to do so as long as you keep it unmodified. Check at www.gamefreax.de / community / tools / playstation 2 for the latest version of this document. Greetings / Credits go out to :
Mike of www.gamefreax.de for great support Hansi of www.ps2.nu for inspiration regarding testpoints and running an inspiring forum ;)
The information contained in this document is provided as is. No warranties of any kind are expressed or implied; use of this information is solely the responsibility of the reader. The author will neither assume responsibility for illegal or other misuse of the information contained herein nor damage or harm to humans, animals, plants or facilities (including your PS2 !) 2000, 2001, 2002 Mr. B / DNA Design for GameCity / www.gamefreax.de Sony and Sony Playstation are registered Trademarks of Sony Corp. Japan. All Trademarks named within this manual are property of their respective owners.
Do not leave discs near a heat source, in direct sunlight, or in high humidity. Store discs in their cases when they are not being used. Stacking discs or standing them at an angle without putting them in their cases can cause the discs to warp. Do not touch the disc surface when handling a disc; hold it by the edges. Do not stick paper or tape onto the disc. Do not write on the disc with a marker, etc. Fingerprints or dust on the disc can distort the picture or reduce sound quality. Make sure discs are always clean before use. Clean discs using a soft cloth, lightly wiping from the centre outwards. Do not use solvents such as benzene, commercially available cleaners not intended for CD use or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs since these can damage the disc.
This label is located on the protective housing of the CD/ DVD unit inside the enclosure.
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this unit is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Never disassemble the console
Use your PlayStation2 computer entertainment system according to the instructions in this manual. No authorisation for the analysis or modification of the PlayStation2 console, nor the analysis and use of its circuit configurations, is given. There are no user-serviceable components inside the PlayStation2 console. Disassembling it will void the guarantee. Additionally, there is a risk of exposure to (laser) radiation as well as to electrical shock hazards.
Read carefully before operating your PlayStation2
A few people may experience epileptic seizures when viewing flashing lights or patterns in our daily environment. These persons may experience seizures while watching TV or playing video games, including DVD videos or games played on the PlayStation2 console. Players who have not had any seizures may nonetheless have an undetected epileptic condition. Consult your physician before operating the PlayStation2 console if you have an epileptic condition or experience any of the following symptoms while watching TV programs or playing video games: altered vision, muscle twitching, other involuntary movements, loss of awareness of your surroundings, mental confusion, and/ or convulsions.
Do not place the console in an unusually hot location
Do not leave the console in a car with its windows closed (particularly in summer) as this may warp the exterior of the console or cause the console to malfunction.
If the console or the disc is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture may condense on the lens inside the console or on the disc. Should this occur, the console may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and do not put the disc back in until the moisture evaporates. (This could take several hours.) If the console still does not operate properly, please contact the appropriate PlayStation customer service helpline which can be found: - on the customer registration card; - within every PlayStation and PlayStation2 format software manual.
Notes on safety when using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK)
Stop using the console immediately if you begin to feel tired or if you experience an unpleasant sensation or pain in your hands and/or arms while operating the controller. If the condition persists, consult a doctor. Do not attempt to operate the controller in any way except with your hands. Do not bring the controller into close contact with your head, face or near the bones of any other part of your body. The vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) or the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) can aggravate injuries. Do not use the vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK 2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) supported by software if you have any ailment in the bones or joints of your hands or arms. Do not use the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) or the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) with software that supports the vibration function if you have injuries or ailments to the bones or muscles of your fingers, hands, wrists or arms. The vibration of the controller may aggravate such conditions. Avoid prolonged use of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK). Take a break at about 30 minute intervals.
Do not subject the console to violent physical shock
This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. Do not throw or drop the console or its accessories, and do not knock the console or its accessories against other objects. When carrying the console, do not subject it to any type of violent physical shock. This may damage the disc or cause the console to malfunction.
Settings and adjustments for the DVD Player Troubleshooting Specifications
Do not use irregularly-shaped CDs (for example, heart- or star-shaped CDs) as they may cause the console to malfunction.
Checking the package contents
Check that you have the following items: Console AC power cord
Connecting your PlayStation2 to
This section explains the connecting method for listening to sound through your TV speakers. If you wish to connect to audio equipment with digital connectors, see Connecting digital audio equipment on page 6.
Connecting to a TV with audio/video input
Connect your PlayStation2 computer entertainment system to the TV using the supplied AV Cable (integrated audio/video). When connecting the cords, be sure to match the colour-coded cords to the appropriate jacks on the equipment: yellow (video) to yellow, red (right audio) to red and white (left audio) to white.
Euro-AV connector plug Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2)
Set your TV to the appropriate video input mode. Refer to the instruction manual for your TV.
When connecting to a wide-screen TV (16:9 aspect ratio)
Set Screen Size in the System Configuration menu to 16:9. For details on the System Configuration menu, see page 7. If your TV is monaural
AV Cable (integrated audio/video)
Do not connect the red plug. If you want to hear both left and right sounds from a monaural TV, use a commercially available dual phono to single phono (stereo to monaural) type audio cable (sold separately).
MAIN POWER switch
Positioning the console
You can position the console either horizontally or vertically. When positioning the console vertically, use the SCPH-10040 E Vertical Stand (for PlayStation2) (sold separately). When positioning the console horizontally, you can use the SCPH-10110 E Horizontal Stand (for PlayStation2) (sold separately). Notes
The console may be damaged if it is placed in any position other than a horizontal or vertical one. Do not change the position of the console (from horizontal to vertical or vice versa) while it is in operation. Doing so may damage the disc or cause the console to malfunction.
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector
~AC IN connector
To AV MULTI OUT connector To the mains
AV Cable (integrated audio/video)
AC power cord
Connecting a device using the Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface
The two USB connectors on the front of the console can be used to connect USB-compatible devices. Also refer to the instructions supplied with the device to be connected.
Connecting to a receiver or amplifier, MD (Minidisc) deck or DAT (Digital Audio Tape) deck with a digital connector
Hook up a commercially available optical digital cable to your audio equipment. In the System Configuration menu, set the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) setting to On. This is the default setting. For details on the System Configuration menu, see page 7.
Setups for the DVD player on your PlayStation2 console
Some setup adjustments are necessary for the DVD player depending on the equipment to be connected. For details on using the Setup display, see page 15. When you connect audio equipment with a built-in DTS decoder Set DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) to On and then set DTS to On in the Audio Setup display. When you connect audio equipment with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder Set DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) to On and then set Dolby Digital to On in the Audio Setup display. When you connect audio equipment with a built-in MPEG decoder Set DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) to On and then set MPEG to On in the Audio Setup display. Note
Refer to the operating and setup instructions for the audio equipment to be connected. * DTS and DTS Digital Out are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. ** Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Receiver or amplifier, MD deck or DAT deck
~ AC IN
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) AV MULTI OUT
Refer also to the instructions supplied with the equipment to be connected. You cannot directly make digital audio recordings of discs recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG AUDIO format using an MD or a DAT deck.
S400 i.LINK connector
Not all i.LINK products work with the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system. Refer also to the appropriate i.LINK products user manual for more information. i.LINK is a trademarked version of the IEEE 1394-1995 standard and its revisions. i.LINK and the i.LINK logo are trademarks.
When the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) is not being used, turn the console off or unplug the controller from the console. Before using the vibration function, please read Notes on safety when using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) on page 2.
Differences between the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK)
1 Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) (supplied / sold separately)
The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) can be used with PlayStation2 and PlayStation format software. You can switch between digital and analog modes. When the controller is in analog mode, the following buttons and sticks may operate in analog fashion depending on the features supported by the software title. Refer to the software manual for details.
You can switch between digital and analog modes. When in analog mode, you can enjoy the analog operation of the left analog stick and right analog stick.
PlayStation2 format software
Left analog stick / right analog stick
PlayStation format software
Left analog stick / right analog stick You can enjoy the vibration function.
Changing from one game to another
There is no need to turn off the console when you want to change games.
Mode switching and the mode indicator
The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) can be switched between digital mode and analog mode by pressing the ANALOG mode button. Each time the ANALOG mode button is pressed, the mode changes as follows:
Digital mode (indicator: off)
2. Remove the disc. 3. Place a new disc in the disc tray. 4. Press the A button.
Directional buttons / , a , , s buttons / left analog stick / right analog stick / L1, R1, L2, R2 buttons
Left analog stick / right analog stick You can enjoy the vibration function. Note
Analog mode (indicator: red)
Switch to the appropriate mode for use. Note however, that some software makes this adjustment automatically. In such cases, the ANALOG mode button is overridden by the software. For details, refer to the software manual.
Before using the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) and Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK)
5. Press the 1/RESET button briefly to reset.
(Warning: holding the 1/RESET button down for any length of time may cause the console to go into standby mode.) After the start-up screen, screen 2 or 3 appears and the game begins.
2 Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) (sold separately)
The Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) can be used with PlayStation2 and PlayStation format software.
Rotate the analog sticks once with your thumbs as if drawing a circle, as shown in the diagram above. Do not twist the analog sticks.
5 1,4 2,3
With a multi-disc game, follow steps 1 through 4 to switch discs. Refer to the software manual for details.
R2 button R1 button button Directional buttons L2 button L1 button SELECT START button button R2 button R1 button
L2 button L1 button SELECT START button button
a button button
button s button ANALOG mode button Mode indicator: Off Left analog stick / L3 button* ANALOG mode button
s button Right analog stick / R3 button* Mode indicator: Red
* The R3 button and the L3 button function when the stick is pressed.
Using Memory Cards
Inserting Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) and Memory Card
Insert the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card into the MEMORY CARD slot, with the arrow side up.
Playing an audio CD
1 Press the A (open) button.
You can save and load game or other data using the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card (each sold separately).
Playing in various modes
You can change between various play modes. As a default setting, Normal is selected for Play Mode, and Off is selected for Repeat. Select the audio CD icon in the browser screen, then press the f button to change the settings.
Differences between the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) and Memory Card
When playing PlayStation2 format software, use the Memory Card (8MB*) (for PlayStation2) (1). When playing PlayStation format software, use the Memory Card (2). For the PlayStation video game console, units of game data are described as memory blocks, however for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, they are described as KB (kilobytes).
* 8 MB = 8,000 KB
2 Place a disc on the disc tray
with the playback side facing down.
3 Press the A button.
To play the desired tracks in a specifed order
1. Select Play Mode using the up and
down directional buttons and press the button. directional buttons and press the button. using the directional buttons then press the button. Repeat this step until you have selected all the tracks you want to play.
2. Select Program using the right and left 3. Select the number of the specific track
MEMORY CARD slot 1
MEMORY CARD slot 2
4 Select the audio CD icon in the
Notes on using Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card with a Multitap
When using PlayStation2 format software, use the SCPH-10090 E Multitap (for PlayStation2). When using PlayStation format software, use the SCPH-1070 E Multitap. When you insert the SCPH-1070 E Multitap into controller port 1, do not insert the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card into MEMORY CARD slot 1 of the PlayStation2 console. This also applies when you insert the Multitap into controller port 2. If you do so, the data may be lost.
browser screen (page 7), then press the button.
The Audio CD screen appears.
5 Select the icon number using
4. Press the a button to return to the
1 Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) (sold separately)
The Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) can save and load PlayStation2 format software game data. Each Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) can save about 8 MB of game data, but some of this may be used as file control information.
the directional buttons, then press the button.
The CD operation screen appears and playback starts.
Operating the CD player
While a disc is playing, select the button in the CD operation screen using the right and left directional buttons. Then press the button. :Start playing. :Pause. :Stop playing. :Find the beginning of the current or previous track. M :Fast Forward. m :Rewind. > :Find the beginning of the next track. N X x.
To play the tracks in random order
down directional buttons and press the button. directional buttons and press the button. browser screen.
2. Select Shuffle using the right and left 3. Press the a button to return to the
To play all tracks repeatedly
2 Memory Card (sold separately)
The Memory Card can save and load PlayStation format software game data. Each Memory Card can save 120 KB (15 memory blocks) of game data. Note
You cannot copy data to a Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card that does not have enough memory available. Before playing, check how much space is needed to save the game and how much space is available on the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card. Check the appropriate software manual to determine the amount of space needed to save the data for a given game. is a copyrighted anti-copying technology mark does not created by Sony Corp. This necessarily imply compatibility with other products bearing the MAGICGATE trademark.
Game / Audio CD / DVD video
1. While playing a disc, press the a button to
stop playback. Press [Play] to resume viewing. To start from the beginning, press [Stop] and then [Play]. appears, and then the Control Panel (page 12) is displayed on the TV screen. If the message Resume function cannot be used here. Play will restart from the beginning. appears, Resume Play is not available.
1 Turn on the console using the
L1 button:. (Previous)
R1 button: > (Next)
button: (Page 13)
Directional buttons: Cursor Control
L3 button*: (Page 13) (Subtitle Options)
4 Place a disc on the disc tray
5 Press the A button.
The disc tray closes and the console starts playback.
Depending on the DVD, a DVD menu or Title menu may appear on the TV screen (see page 13). If you press the A button after playback, the browser screen appears.
SELECT button: Display the Control Panel (Page 12)
* When using a controller without the L3 or R3 button, you can select the Options) function using the Control Panel (see page 12).
Stop Pause Resume play after pause Go to the next chapter in continuous play mode Go back to the preceding chapter in continuous play mode
You can enjoy various functions using the on-screen menu (Control Panel). For Control Panel operations, see page 12.
a button: Cancel / x (Stop)
2. Select N (Play) using the directional
buttons and press the button. The player starts playback from the point where you stopped the disc in step 1.
s button: (Page 13) R3 button*: (Page 13)
(Title Menu) (Audio Options)
To play from the beginning of the disc
After step 1, select x (Stop) and press the button. The point where you stopped playing is cleared. Select N (Play) and press the button. Notes
Resume Play may not be available on some DVDs. Depending on where you stopped the disc, the console may resume playback from a slightly different point. The point where you stopped playing is cleared when: you open the disc tray; you shift to standby mode by pressing and holding down the 1/RESET button on the front of the console; you turn the power off using the MAIN POWER switch on the back of the console; you start playback after selecting a title or chapter.
START button: N (Play) / X (Pause)
(Subtitle Options) function or the
Press the a button. Press the START button. Press the START button. Press the R1 button. Press the L1 button twice.
Using various functions with the Control Panel
Control Panel item list
Using the Control Panel
You can enjoy various functions using the on-screen menu (Control Panel). The possible functions are different depending on the disc.
1 Press the SELECT button.
The Control Panel appears on the TV screen.
Chapter Display (page 14) While playing a disc, you can check the current title number and current chapter number on the TV screen. Help (page 14) The list of the direct buttons on the controller is displayed on the TV screen.
qa Go to Chapter (page 14) / Number buttons You can select the number of the chapter you want to search for. qs. Previous You can go back to the preceding chapter in continuous play mode. qd / Search (page 14) You can locate a particular point on the DVD quickly by monitoring the picture.
2 Select the item you want using
the directional buttons.
3 Press the button.
For details on each Control Panel display item, see pages 13 18.
You can select some items directly with the controller
See page 11.
DVD Menu (page 13) Some DVDs allow you to select the disc contents using a menu. When you play these DVDs, you can select the language for the subtitles, the language for the sound, etc., using the DVD menu. Title Menu (page 13) A DVD is divided into long sections of a movie or a music feature called titles. When you play a DVD which contains several titles, you can select the title you want using the Title menu.
Angle Options (page 13) With DVDs on which various angles (multi-angles) for a scene are recorded, you can select among the various angles available. Subtitle Options (page 13) With DVDs on which subtitles are recorded, you can change the language whenever you want while playing the DVD, and turn it on and off whenever you want. Go to Title (page 14) You can select the number of the title you want to search for. Setup (page 15) Using the Setup display, you can do the initial setup, adjust the picture and sound and set the various outputs. You can also set a language for the subtitles and the Setup display, limit playback by children, and so on.
When you play DVDs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this player. If you do not set a password, you cannot change the settings for Parental Control. Depending on the DVD, you may be asked to change the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level. When you stop playing the DVD, the Parental Control level returns to the original setting.
1. Select Parental Control using the
directional buttons, then press the button. x When you have not entered a password The display for entering a password appears.
4. Select Region using the directional
To turn off the Parental Control function and play the DVD after entering your password
Set Level to Off in step 7, then press the button.
x Dolby Digital
Selects the Dolby Digital signals to be output via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector. On : when the console is connected to audio equipment with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder. If the console is connected to audio equipment without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder, do not turn this option on. Otherwise, when you play the Dolby Digital sound track, a loud noise (or no sound) will come out from the speakers, possibly hurting your ears or damaging the speakers. Off : when the console is connected to audio equipment without a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
Audio Settings (Audio Setup)
Audio Setup allows you to adjust your audio settings according to the playback conditions. The default settings are underlined. Select Audio Setup in the Setup display.
Selects the MPEG AUDIO signals to be output via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector. On : when the console is connected to audio equipment with a built-in MPEG decoder. If the console is connected to audio equipment without a built-in MPEG decoder, do not turn this option on. Otherwise, when you play the MPEG sound track, a loud noise (or no sound) will come out from the speakers, possibly hurting your ears or damaging the speakers. Off : when the console is connected to audio equipment without a built-in MPEG decoder.
x DVD Volume
If the audio output level of the DVD is low, you can turn up the volume of the DVD. (Note: DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) must be set to Off to access this function). +2 : you can turn up the volume. +1 : you can turn up the volume. Standard : original audio volume. Normally select this position.
x Audio Digital Out
Switches the methods of outputting audio signals when you connect with equipment like the following. Digital equipment such as a receiver (amplifier) with a digital connector Audio equipment with a built-in decoder (Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG) A DAT or MD player, via the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector using an optical digital cable. For connection details, see page 6. You cannot adjust Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG if you set DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) to Off.
When you select Off, you cannot set Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
There is no picture.
There is no sound.
, Make sure the console is connected to the TV (or VCR) with the AV Cable (integrated audio/video). , Make sure the console and the TV (or VCR) are turned on. , Make sure you have selected the video input on the TV (or VCR). , Make sure the TV volume is set properly or mute is not selected on the TV. , Make sure the AV Cable (integrated audio/ video) is connected securely. , Make sure the inserted disc can be played with this console. (see page 3) , Make sure the disc is placed with the label side facing up. (when using a disc with a label) , Make sure you have connected the console to the audio input connectors on the receiver (amplifier) correctly. , Try another set of AV Cables. , Check the speaker connections and settings. Refer to the operating manual of your receiver (amplifier). , Make sure you select the appropriate input on the receiver (amplifier) so that you can listen to sound from the console. , The console is in pause mode. , The console is in search/slow-motion mode (when playing a DVD video). , The system setting is not correct for when the console is connected to audio equipment with DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connectors. (see page 6)
The surround effect is difficult to hear when you are playing a DVD video with a Dolby Digital sound track.
, Check the speaker connections and settings. Refer to the operating manual of your receiver (amplifier). , Depending on the DVD, the output signal may not comprise of the entire 5.1 channel range. It may be monaural or stereo even if the sound track is recorded in Dolby Digital.
DVD video / Additional information
Please double check
1 If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the console, use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem. Should any problem persist, please contact the appropriate PlayStation customer service helpline which can be found: - on the customer registration card; - within every PlayStation and PlayStation2 format software manual. 2 Make sure the AC power cord is connected to the console and the mains, and the TV (or VCR) or the supplied accessories are connected to the console correctly. 3 In rare instances, certain DVD videos may not operate properly with PlayStation2. This is primarily due to variations in the manufacturing process or software encoding of the DVD video software. If you experience problems, try restarting your DVD video. If problems persist, for more information call the publisher of the DVD video or contact the appropriate PlayStation customer service helpline which can be found on the customer registration card.
, Depending on the disc, the aspect ratio is fixed. , Make sure the console is connected to the TV directly. (The selector or receiver (amplifier) may be connected between the console and the TV.) , Depending on the TV, the aspect ratio is fixed.
Poor sound quality.
, Clean the disc. , The console is placed on an unstable surface. Place the console on a stable and flat surface. Do not shake or vibrate the console. , Moisture has condensed on the disc. (see page 2) , You are playing a CD with DTS sound tracks. You can play a CD with DTS sound tracks only when the console is connected to audio equipment with a DTS decoder.
You cannot save data on the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card.
, Make sure the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card is inserted securely. , Make sure you are playing the game correctly. Refer to the appropriate software manual. , Make sure there are empty blocks on the Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card. , Try another Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) or Memory Card.
The language for the sound track cannot be changed.
, Multilingual tracks are not recorded on the DVD. , Changing the language for the track is prohibited on the DVD. General
SCPH-110 E SCPH-1020 E SCPH-1090 E SCPH-10010 E SCPH-10020 E SCPH-10030 E SCPH-10040 E SCPH-10060 E SCPH-10072 C SCPH-10090 E SCPH-10100 E SCPH-10110 E SCPH-10130 E Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) Memory Card Mouse Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK2) Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation2) AV Cable (integrated audio/video) Vertical Stand (for PlayStation2) S VIDEO Cable RFU Adaptor Multitap (for PlayStation2) Component AV Cable (for PlayStation2) Horizontal Stand (for PlayStation2) AV Adaptor (with S VIDEO OUT connector) Euro-AV Cable DVD Remote Control (for PlayStation2) with IR Receiver Unit Power requirements 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption 50 W Dimensions (approx.) 182 mm (w/h/d) Mass (approx.) 2.2 kg Operating Temperature 5C-35C Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wavelength: l=650/780 nm
The console does not function properly.
, Static electricity, etc. may affect the consoles operation. Turn off the MAIN POWER switch and then turn it back on.
1 indicator flashes in red and the console does not work.
, A flashing red light indicates a console fault condition and the unit will not operate. Remove any obstructions from the vents to allow the console to cool down. Resume play after the console returns to standby mode.
The subtitle language cannot be changed.
, Multilingual subtitles are not recorded on the DVD. , Changing the language for the subtitles is prohibited on the DVD.
Inputs/outputs on the console front
The subtitles cannot be turned off.
, Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to turn the subtitles off.
The disc tray does not open.
, Make sure the AC power cord is connected securely. , Make sure the console is turned on. Turn on the console using the MAIN POWER switch on the back of the console.
Controller port (2) MEMORY CARD slot (2) USB connector (2) S400 i.LINK connector (1)
The angles cannot be changed when you play a DVD.
, Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD. , Changing the angles is prohibited on the DVD.
Inputs/Outputs on the console rear
AV MULTI OUT connector (1) DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) connector (1) EXPANSION BAY (1) SCPH-10142 SCPH-10172
See page 4.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
DVD video operation
The console does not play from the beginning when playing a disc.
, Resume Play has been selected. Press the Stop button before you start playing. , Depending on the disc, a Title menu or a DVD menu automatically appears.
The disc does not play even if the DVD title is selected.
, A Parental Control limit has been set on the disc.
Playback stops automatically.
, The disc may contain an auto pause signal. While playing such a disc, the console stops playback at the signal.
You cannot perform some functions such as Stop, Search or Slow-motion Play.
, Depending on the disc, you may not be able to do some of the operations above.
Chapter (page 14)
Sections of a movie or a music piece on a DVD that are smaller than titles. A title is composed of several chapters. Each chapter is assigned a chapter number enabling you to locate the chapter you want. as in PCM, allowing you to enjoy a more real audio presence. Furthermore, various advanced functions such as the multi-angle, multilingual, and Parental Control functions are provided with the DVD.
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