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New Zealands hifi and home theatre resource a review from

copyright AudioEnz 2001

Yamaha's DVD salvation
Under a grand makes for a great DVD player by Michael Jones
Yamaha DVD-S510 DVD player. $999 Imagine this: youre a major player in the home theatre electronics market; your receivers and ampliers are regarded by many as the industry standard, yet theres a big problem: your DVD players cost above average. That was the situation that faced Yamaha. Their cheapest DVD player cost almost double the entry-level prices from some other brands. So Yamaha engineered a more affordable DVD player. Its called the DVD-S510. It costs under a grand and its good.
Features As with many DVD players these days, the Yamaha 510 goes with the minimalist approach This is an on the front panel, with only important DVD the barest of player for Yamaha. transport controls and a power button to be found. Fortunately for The remote them, the quality control includes a great many more of the 510 functions and will probably be your matches up. main point of contact with driving the player. On the back are the audio and video outputs. The 510 includes composite, SVideo and component video outputs, offering exibility to go with your TV. There are two sets of audio outputs, which may be of some use with multiroom applications. Both coax and optical digital outputs are provided to output movie soundtracks to your receiver. Picture quality The success of good, affordable DVD
players (such as Pioneers 535) has made life harder for the next rung up in DVD player pricing. Players such as the Yamaha need to show a better picture quality to be taken seriously. Fortunately for the S510 the Yamahas picture beats that of the cheaper player. Theres a sharper, more precise look to images. Plus colours look a little more saturated and realistic. Sound quality Playing CDs via its analog output, the 510 sounds pretty much like most DVD players. It has a smooth sound lacking any sense of harshness. Yet the sound is bereft of any passion or soul, just like most other DVD players. My standard recommendation still applies: if music is important to you, then a separate CD player is a worthwhile investment. Compatibility With the sheer numbers of Zone 1 (USA) DVD discs available in New Zealand, this writer regards it as essential that a DVD player be able to cope
Theres a sharper, more precise look to images. Plus colours look a little more saturated and realistic
with multiple zones. The Yamaha 510 can play all zones and can also cope with the RCE (Regional Code Enhanced) Zone 1 discs that have been released to date. The 510 can also play both CDR and CD-RW discs recorded on a CD Recorder. Given the numbers of CD Recorders and the number of discs used, this is fast becoming a necessity for DVD players. However the 510 cannot cope with mp3 material on CDRs. Conclusion This is an important DVD player for Yamaha. Fortunately for them, the quality of the 510 matches up. Great picture, typical CD sound for a DVD player and the ability to play all zone DVDs and audio CDRs.

August 2001







T ruSurround

by SRS




RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any inside part of this unit. This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.


To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with 21 CFR 1040.10.


This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Read before operating equipment
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and safety standards.There are, however, some installation and operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of. 1. Read these instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2. Keep these instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed all warnings All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow all instructions All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool, etc. 6. Clean only with a damp cloth.The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer. 7. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. For example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface or placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or AC Polarized grounding-type plug.A polarized plug Plug has two blades with one wider than the other.A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong.The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety.When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13.Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. EL 4562-E004: 99/3

Functional overview.. 8

Front panel.... 8 Rear panel.... 9 Display.... 10 Remote control.... 11
On screen display information.. 12
Temporary Feedback Field icons... 13
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. 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.

Preparation... 14

General notes.... 14 Digital Connections... 14 Analog Connections... 15 Video Connections.... 15 Connecting the power cord... 16 Remote control battery installation... 16 NTSC/PAL Settings.... 16 General explanation... 17 Turning On the power.... 18 Initial Setup.... 18 Personal Preferences... 19 Access control; child lock (DVD and VCD).. 21 Access control; Parental control (DVD-Video only).. 22

Operation... 24

Loading discs.... 24 Playing a DVD-video disc.... 24 Playing a Video CD... 25 General features.... 25 Special DVD features... 29 Special VCD-Features... 30 Playing an audio CD... 30 FTS (Favorite Track Selection) Program... 32
Before requesting service.. 33

Cleaning discs.... 34

Specifications... 35


Entertainment for the new millennium
Video was never like this before! Digital video discs provide perfect digital, studio-quality pictures; three dimensional digital, multi-channel audio; story sequences screened from your choice of camera angle; sound tracks in as many as eight languages; and up to 32 subtitles (if available on disc). Whether you watch DVD-Video on wide-screen or regular TV, you always see it the way it was meant to be.





Digital video

DVD-Video uses state-of-the-art MPEG2 data compression technology to register an entire movie on a single 5-inch disc. DVDs variable bitrate compression, running at up to 9.8 Mbits/ second, captures even the most complex pictures in their original quality. The crystal-clear digital pictures have a horizontal resolution of over 500 lines, with 720 pixels (picture elements) to each line. This resolution is more than double that of VHS, superior to Laser Disc, and entirely comparable with digital masters made in recording studios. DVD-Video discs conform to either the PAL or NTSC video standard. This player can play both PAL and NTSC discs, presenting them in the best possible way on your multistandard TV screen. As the universal video system of the future, DVD-Video offers optimal pictures on any TV screen.

You will recognize DVD-Video discs by the logo shown on left. Depending on the material on the disc (a movie, video clips, a drama series, etc.) the disc may have one or more Titles. Each Title may have one or more Chapters. To make playback easy and convenient, your player lets you select Titles and playback Chapters.

Video CD

You will recognize Video CDs by the logo shown at left. Depending on the material on the disc (a movie, video clips, a drama series, etc.) the disc may have one or more tracks. Tracks may have one or more indexes, as indicated on the disc case. To make playback easy and convenient, your player lets you select tracks and indexes.

Super VCD

Your DVD-Video player will play digital video discs conforming to the universal DVD-Video standard. With it, you will be able to enjoy full-length movies with true cinema picture quality, as well as stereo or multi-channel sound (depending on the disc and your playback setup). The unique features of DVD-Video, such as selection of sound track, subtitle languages and different camera angles (again depending on the disc), are all included. Whats more, Child Lock lets you decide which discs your children will be able to see. In addition to DVD-Video discs, you will be able to play all Video CDs and Audio CDs (including finalized CD Recordable and CD Rewritable). You will find the On-Screen Display, player display, and remote control make the player easy to use. This manual provides all the information you will need, so read on!
SVCD discs based on the Super VCD IO Standard based on the Standard of the Electronics Industry of the Peoples Republic of China.

Audio CD

Audio CDs contain music tracks only. You will recognize Audio CDs by their logo which is shown at left. You can play them in conventional style through a stereo system, using the keys on the remote control and/or front panel, or via the TV using the On-Screen Display (OSD).


First check and identify the contents of your DVD-Video player package. You should have the following items. - DVD-Video player - Remote Control with batteries - AC power cord - Audio/Video cable - Owners manual If any item is damaged or missing, contact your retailer. Keep the packaging materials; you may need them to transport your player in the future.

10 Do not attempt to clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth. 11 Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet when not planning to use this unit for a long period of time, or during an electrical storm, as they may cause damage by lightning. 12 Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact the qualified YAMAHA service personnel when any service is needed. Cabinet should never be opened for any reasons. 13 Be sure to read Before requesting service section regarding common operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty. 14 When moving this unit, be sure to first disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet and disconnect all cords connecting this unit to other equipment.


1 To assure the finest performance, please read this manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference. 2 Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, and clean place with at least 2.5 cm above, behind and on the both sides of this unit - away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold. 3 Position this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors and transformers to avoid humming sounds, do not place this unit where it may get exposed to rain or any kind of liquid to prevent fire or electrical shock. 4 Avoid extreme temperature swings or excessive use of humidifier in the room where this unit is installed to prevent condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. 5 Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, a tablecloth, a curtain, etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit and/or personal injury. 6 Avoid installing this unit in a place where foreign objects and liquid might fall. It might cause a fire, damage to this unit and/or personal injury. Do not place the following objects on this unit: Other components, as they may cause damage and/or discoloration on the surface of this unit. Burning objects (i.e., candles), as they may cause fire, damage to this unit and/or personal injury. Containers with liquid in them, as they may cause an electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this unit. 7 Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly causing damage. 8 Do not use force on switches, controls or connection cables. Never pull the cables when disconnecting them. 9 Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may result in fire or other accidents.YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from the use of this unit with a voltage other than that specified.

Functional overview

Front panel
POWER - switches the player to on or off STANDBY indicator - lights red when the player is in Standby mode Display - shows the current status of the player
- Next title/chapter/track PLAY - starts video/audio play - Previous title/chapter/track
Disc tray OPEN/CLOSE - opens/closes the disc tray PAUSE - interrupts video/audio play or advances to the next picture frame STOP - stops video/audio play


Rear panel
MAINS (AC) power jack - connect to the power source Caution : Do not use other AC power cords than the one provided. DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL - connect to digital (optical) equipment DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL - connect to digital (coaxial) equipment AUDIO OUT/ L/R (Left/Right) - connect to an amplifier, receiver or stereo system VIDEO OUT - connect to a TV with CVBS video inputs VIDEO OUT (Y PR PB) - connect to your equipment Y, PR, PB inputs for better picture quality
S VIDEO OUT - connect to a TV with S- Video (Y/C) inputs






Caution: Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear panel connectors. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.


DVD inserted
Video CD or Audio CD inserted Indicates current player function: Play, Pause, Search, etc.

DVD TITLE number



TIME in hours, minutes and seconds (TRACK/TOTAL)




Remote control active (flashing) FTS active


REPEAT A-B active REPEAT active SHUFFLE active



Remote control

POWER (STANDBY-ON) SHUFFLE - playback tracks in random order ZOOM - enlarge video image SUBTITLE - subtitle language selector AUDIO - audio selector ANGLE - select DVD camera angle

numerical key pad

ENTER / OK - acknowledge menu selection - (left/right/up/down) cursor movement ON SCREEN - access or remove the menu bar display - bit rate indicator RETURN - go back to previous menu




MENU - access menu of a DVD TITLE/CHP - select title, chapter
* - search backward / previous chapter or track * - search forward / next chapter or track REPEAT - repeat chapter, track, title, disc REPEAT A-B - repeat sequence

When connecting the optical fiber cable
Remove the cover when using the OPTICAL jack. Keep the cover and attach it when the jack is not being used to protect it from dust. Bend an optical cable as little as possible. Use commercially available optical fiber cable that conforms to EIA standards. Other cables may not function correctly.


Analog Connections
Connect AUDIO OUT L (left) and R (right) jacks of this DVD player to corresponding input jacks of your audio equipment such as AV receiver.


Video Connections
If your AV receiver has video output jacks, connect your receiver (and then to your TV) so that you can use one TV for several different video sources (LD, VCR etc.) by simply switching the input source selector of your receiver. This DVD player has three types of video output jacks. Use one of them in accordance with the input jacks of the equipment to be connected.
Component Video terminal <A>






Component video connection achieves high fidelity in reproducing colors (better performance than S-video connection), separating video signal into luminance (Y, terminal color-coded as green), and color difference (PB, blue/PR, red). Use commercially available coaxial cables. Receiver (and TV) with component input is required. Observe the color of each jack when connecting. If your receiver does not have component output jacks, connecting this DVD players component output directly to your TVs component input can reproduce better video image. Note Do not connect this DVD players COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks to component video input jacks special for HD (High-Definition) TV.
S-Video terminal <B>
S (separate) video connection achieves a clearer picture than composite video connection by separating color and luminance when transmitting signals. Use commercially available S-video cable. Receiver (and TV) with S-video input is required.


Access control; child lock (DVD and VCD)
Activating/deactivating the child lock
1 When disc playback is stopped, select Access Control in the features
menu using the w/v keys. Enter a 4-digit code of your own choice. Enter the code a second time. Move to Child Lock using the w/v keys. Move to LOCK/UNLOCK using the u key. Select LOCK using the w/v keys. Press OK or t to confirm, then press t again to exit the menu. Now unauthorized discs will not be played unless the 4-digit code is entered. 8 Select UNLOCK to deactivate the Child Lock.
Note: Confirmation of the 4-digit code is necessary when: - The code is entered for the very first time (see above), - The code is changed (see Changing the 4-digit code), - The code is cancelled (see Changing the 4-digit code).

Authorizing discs

Insert the disc. See Loading disc. The child protect dialog will appear. You will be asked to enter your secret code for Play Once or Play Always. If you select Play Once, the disc can be played as long as it is in the player and the player is ON. If you select Play Always, the disc will become child safe (authorized) and can always be played, even if the Child Lock is set to ON. Notes: The player memory maintains a list of 50 authorized (Child safe) disc titles. A disc will be placed in the list when Play Always is selected in the child protect dialog. Each time a child safe disc is played, it will be placed on top of the list. When the list is full and a new disc is added, the last disc in the list will be removed from the list. Double sided DVDs may have a different ID for each side. In order to make the disc child safe, each side has to be authorized. Multi-volume VCDs may have a different ID for each volume. In order to make the complete set child safe, each volume has to be authorized.
Choose 'Play always' to remove the disk from the child-safe list

Deauthorizing discs

Insert the disc. See Loading disc. Playback starts automatically. Press 9 while { is visible. The | will appear and the disc is now deauthorized.


Access control; Parental control (DVD-Video only)
Movies on DVDs may contain scenes not suitable for children. Therefore, disc may contain Parental Control information which applies to the complete disc or to certain scenes on the disc. These scenes are rated from 1 to 8, and alternative, more suitable scenes are available on the disc. Ratings are country dependent. The Parental Control feature allows you to prevent discs from being played by your children or to have certain discs played with alternative scenes.

Low Pawer Standby PBC

Activating/Deactivating Parental Control
1 When disc playback is stopped, select Access Control in the features 4 5
menu using the w/v keys. Enter your 4-digit code. If necessary, enter the code a second time. Move to Parental Control using the w/v keys. Move to Value Adjustment (1-8) using the u key. Then use the w/v keys or the numerical keys on the remote control to select a rating from 1 to 8 for the disc inserted.
Rating 0 (displayed as ): Parental Control is not activated. The Disc will be played in full.
Ratings 1 to 8: The disc contains scenes not suitable for children. If you set a rating for the player, all scenes with the same rating or lower will be played. Higher rated scenes will not be played unless an alternative is available on the disc. The alternative must have the same rating or a lower one. If no suitable alternative is found, play will stop and the 4-digit code has to be entered. 6 Press OK or t to confirm, then press t again to exit the menu.


1 When disc playback is stopped, select Access Control in the features 6
menu using the w/v keys. Enter the 4-digit code. Move to Change Country using the w key. Press the u key. Select a country using w/v. Press OK or t to confirm, then press t again to exit the menu.


Changing the 4-digit code
1 When disc playback is stopped, select Access Control in the features 6 7
menu using the w/v keys. Enter the old code. Move to Change Code using the w key. Press the u key. Enter the new 4-digit code. Enter the code a second time and reconfirm by pressing OK. Press t to exit the menu.
Note: If you forget your 4 digit code, it can be cancelled by pressing 9 four times in the Access Control dialog. You can then enter a new code (twice!) as described above.
Parental Control Disclaimer
This DVD player features the PARENTAL CONTROL system which is intended to activate when playing DVD discs furnished with certain software coding. This is according to technical standards adopted by the set maker and disc content industries. Please note that the PARENTAL CONTROL system will not operate a DVD disc which is not furnished with the appropriate software coding. Also note that at the time of release of this DVD player, certain aspects of the technical standards had not been settled between set makers and the disc industries. On this basis YAMAHA cannot guarantee functioning of the PARENTAL CONTROL system and denies any liability associated with unintended watching of disc content. If in doubt, please make sure the disc plays according to your PARENTAL CONTROL settings before you allow children access.

General features

Note: Unless stated otherwise, all operations described are based on remote control operation. A number of operations can also be carried out via the menu bar on the screen (see Menu bar operation).
Moving to another title/track
When a disc has more than one title or track (which you can see from both the menu bar and the player display), you can move to another title as follows: q Press TITLE/CHP (title/chapter), then press T briefly during play to select the next title/track. q Press TITLE/CHP (title/chapter), then press S briefly during play to return to the beginning of the current title/track. Press S twice briefly to step back to the previous title/track. q If the player skips a chapter/Index, show the menu bar and select W (Title/Track) to skip title/track(s).
Moving to another chapter/index
When a title on a disc has more than one chapter or a track has more than one index (which you can see from the player display and on the menu bar), you can move to another chapter/index as follows: q Press T briefly during play to select the next chapter/index. q Press S briefly during play to return to the beginning of the current chapter/index. Press S twice briefly to step back to the previous chapter/index. q To go directly to any chapter or index, select TITLE/CHP (title/chapter), then enter the chapter/index number using the numerical keys (0-9). q If the player skips a title/track, show the menu bar and select X (Chapter/ Index) to skip chapter/index(s). Note: If the number has more than one digit, press the keys in rapid succession.


Still Picture and Frame-by-frame playback


Select e (picture by picture) in the menu bar. Use the w key to enter the picture by picture menu. The player will now go into PAUSE mode. q Use the cursor keys t u to select the previous or next picture frame. q To exit Picture by picture mode, press 2. You can also step forward by pressing ; repeatedly. Pressing the v key while the menu bar is turned off also makes the player go into pause mode.

Slow motion

Select f (Slow motion) in the menu bar. Use the w keys to enter the Slow Motion menu. Use the t u keys to select the required speed: -1, -1/2, -1/4 or -1/8 (backward), or 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1 (forward). To exit Slow Motion mode, press 2. Select 0 to pause playback. Pressing the w key while the menu bar is turned off allows you to play forward at different slow speeds.

Moving to another track

Press T briefly during play to go to the next track. Press S briefly during play to return to the beginning of the current track. Press S twice briefly to step back to the previous track. To go directly to any track, enter the track number using the numerical keys (0-9).


Press SHUFFLE during play. The order of the tracks is changed. To return to normal play, press SHUFFLE again.

Repeat track/disc

To repeat the track currently playing , press REPEAT. REPEAT TRACK appears on the display. To repeat the entire disc, press REPEAT a second time. REPEAT appears on the display. To exit Repeat mode, press REPEAT a third time.
To repeat a sequence: q Press REPEAT A-B at your chosen starting point; A- appears on the player display. q Press REPEAT A-B again at your chosen end point; A-B appears on the display, and the sequence begins to play repeatedly. q To exit the sequence, press REPEAT A-B again.


FTS (Favorite Track Selection) Program
- FTS Program allows you to store your favorite tracks for a particular disc in the player memory. - Each FTS Program can contain 20 tracks.

Storing an FTS Program

1 Load a disc and stop playback. 2 Use w to go to the list of available tracks. 3 Use t or u to select tracks from the list.
To go directly to any track, enter the track number using the numerical keys (0-9). 4 Store each track by pressing OK. The track numbers will be added to the list of selected tracks. The number of tracks and the playing time of the program will be shown on the screen and the player display. When your FTS Program is complete, press 2 to start play, or v to go back to Stop mode. In either case, the FTS Program will be automatically memorized. Switching FTS ON/OFF
1 Use v/w to move to the top. 2 Use t or u to select either ON or OFF.
Erasing a track from an FTS Program
1 Use w to go to the list of selected tracks. 2 Use t or u to select the track number you wish to erase. 3 Press OK.
The track number will be erased from the list of selected tracks. Erasing the complete program Use w to select Clear All, then press OK. The complete FTS Program for the disc will be erased.

When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.
Caution: Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for analog discs.


PLAYBACK SYSTEM DVD-Video Video CD CD (CD-R and CD-RW) OPTICAL READOUT SYSTEM Lasertype Semiconductor AlGaAs Numerical Aperture 0.60 (DVD) 0.45 (VCD/CD) Wavelength 650 nm (DVD) 780 nm (VCD/CD) DVD DISC FORMAT Medium Diameter Playing time (12cm) CONNECTIONS S-Video Output Component Video Mini DIN, 4 pins Y Cinch (green) U (CR) Cinch (blue) Cinch (red) V (CB) Cinch (yellow) x 2 Cinch (white/red) x coaxial, 1 optical IEC958 for CDDA / LPCM IEC1937 for MPEG1/2, AC-3 and DTS
Video Output Audio L+R output Digital Output
Optical Disc 12cm (8cm) One layer Dual layer Two side Single layer Two side Dual layer EUROPE (PAL/50Hz) 625 Multistandard
2.15 h* 4 h* 4.30 h* 8 h*
GENERAL Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight Power supply U.S.A. and Canada models Europe and U.K. models Australia model General model Power consumption PACKAGE CONTENTS DVD-Video Player Remote Control & Batteries AC Power cord Owners Manual Audio/Video cable
435 x 91 x 314 mm Approx. 3.3 Kg 120 V, 60 Hz 230 V, 50 Hz 240 V, 50 Hz 110 ~ 240 V, 50/60 Hz 20W
TV STANDARD Number of lines Playback VIDEO FORMAT DA Converter Signal handling Digital Compression
USA (NTSC/60Hz) 525 (PAL/NTSC)
10 bits Components MPEG2 for DVD, MPEG1 for VCD
DVD Horiz. Resolution Vertical Resolution VCD Horiz. Resolution Vertical Resolution

720 pixels** 576 lines

720 pixels** 480 lines

352 pixels 288 lines

352 pixels 240 lines
GENERAL FUNCTIONALITY Stop / Play / Pause Fast Forward / Backward Time search Step Forward / Backward Title / Chapter / Track Select Skip Next / Skip Previous Repeat (Chapter / Title / All) or (Track / All) A-B Repeat Shuffle Enhanced ease of use graphical interface Zoom (x1.33, x2, x4) with picture enhancement 3D Sound Audio and video bit rate indicator DVD FUNCTIONALITY Multi-angle Selection Audio Selection (1 out of max. 8 languages) Subtitles Selection (1 out of max. 32 languages) Aspect Ratio conversion (16:9, 4:3 Letterbox, 4:3 Pan Scan) Parental Control and Disc Lock Disc Menu support (Title Menu and Root Menu) Resume (5 discs) after stop / standby Screen Saver (Dim 75% after 15 min.) Programming Titles/chapters with Favorite Selection VIDEO CD FUNCTIONALITY Playback Control for VCD 2.0 discs Parental Control and Disc lock Resume (5 discs) after stop / standby Screen Saver (Dim 75% after 15 min.) Programming Tracks with Favorite Selection AUDIO CD FUNCTIONALITY Time Display (Total / Track / Remaining Track Time) Full audio functionality with remote control Programming with Favorite Track Selection LASER Type : Wave length : Output Power : Beam divergence :

VIDEO PERFORMANCE Video output 1 Vpp into 75 ohm S-Video output Y: 1 Vpp into 75 ohm C: 0.3 Vpp into 75 ohm Y 1 Vpp into 75 ohm CR 0.7 Vpp into 75 ohm 0.7 Vpp into 75 ohm CB Black Level Shift On/Off Video Shift Left/Right AUDIO FORMAT Digital MPEG Compressed Digital DTS Compressed Digital AC-3 Compressed Digital/PCM PCM Analog Analog Sound Stereo Dolby Pro Logic downmix from AC-3 multi-channel sound 3D Sound for virtual 5.1 channel sound on 2 speakers AUDIO PERFORMANCE DA Converter 24 bits DVD fs 48 kHz Video CD fs 44.1 kHz CD fs 44.1 kHz Signal-Noise (1kHz) Dynamic Range (1kHz) Harmonic Distortion + Noise (1kHz)
2 Hz - 22 kHz 2 Hz - 20 kHz 2 Hz - 20 kHz 95 dB 95 dB 0.0035%
Semiconductor laser Ga AlAs 650 nm (DVD) 780 nm (VCD/CD) 7 mW (DVD) 10 mW (VCD/CD) 60 degree
typical playing time for movie with 2 spoken languages and 3 subtitle languages.
** equivalent to 500 lines on your TV Specifications subject to change without prior notice




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