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1997 by Sony Corporation
Owner’s Record WARNING The model and serial numbers are located at the rear of the unit. Record the serial number in the space To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon expose the unit to rain or moisture. your Sony dealer regarding this product. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the Model No. DVP-S7000 cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel Serial No.______________ only. CAUTION CAUTION You are cautioned that any change or modific
TABLE OF CONTENTS This Player Can Play the Following Discs ................................................................ 4 Getting Started Unpacking ............................................................................................................................. 6 Hooking Up the System ...................................................................................................... 6 Necessary Setup Before Using the Player .....................................................
Getting Started About This Manual The instructions in this manual are for model DVP-S7000. Icon Meaning Indicates that you can use only the remote Conventions to do the task. Z • Instructions in this manual describe the controls on the player. Indicates tips and hints for making the task You can also use the controls on the remote if they have easier. the same or similar names as those on the player. z • The icons on the right are used in this manual: Indicates the functions for DVD VIDEOs. Indi
Terms for discs Getting Started Playing CDs Getting Started • Title Copy protection The longest sections of a picture or a music piece on a DVD; Some of the DVD software include special encoding to a movie, etc. for a picture piece on a video software or an trigger copy protection signal from the NTSC output of album, etc. for a music piece on an audio software. Each this player. If you find noise on playback picture of a title is assigned a title number enabling you to locate the certain DVD
Getting Started Getting Started Unpacking Hooking Up the System Check that you have the following items: Overview • Audio connecting cord (1) This section describes how to hook up the CD/DVD • Video connecting cord (1) player to a TV (with audio/video input jacks) and/or • S video cable (1) an amplifier. You cannot connect this player to a TV • S-link cable (1) without a video input connector. Be sure to turn off • Remote commander (remote) RMT-D100A (1) the power of each component before maki
Getting Started Getting Started Playing CDs Getting Started Getting Started What cords will I need? Notes • Do not connect this Video connecting cord (supplied) (1) player to a video deck. Video deck TV If you view the pictures Yellow Yellow on your TV after making connections Audio connecting cord (supplied) (1) CD/DVD shown on the right, a player picture noise may White White appear. (L) (L) • Depending on the TV or amplifier, the sound distortion Red Red (R) may occur because the audio output
Getting Started z If you have a digital component such as an amplifier z If you have a digital component with a built-in Dolby with a digital connector, DAT or MD Digital decoder Connect the component via the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL Connect the component via the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL or COAXIAL connector using an optical or coaxial cable or COAXIAL connector using an optical or coaxial cable (not supplied). (not supplied). When the component with a built-in When you play a DVD, set “DVD DIGITAL OUT”
Getting Started Getting Started Playing CDs Getting Started Getting Started z If your TV has an S-link connector You can control the CD/DVD player from the TV. Necessary Setup Before Using Connect the TV via the S-LINK connector using the S-link the Player cable (supplied). Refer to the instructions supplied with the TV to be connected. Some setups are necessary for the player depending on the TV or other components to be connected. S-link cable (supplied) For details on using the menu, see pag
Basic Operations Basic Operations Playing a DVD 243 Adjust the headphone volume. Connect headphones. PANEL UP/DOWN • The operating procedure of Make settings on your TV. VIDEO CDs or CDs is different 1 Turn on the TV and select the video input so that you can view from that of DVDs. For details on playing a VIDEO the pictures from this player. CD, see pages 18 to 25. For details on playing a CD, see When using an amplifier pages 26 to 31. Turn on the amplifier and select the appropriate position
Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations z When “RESUME” appears on To stop playback the front panel display Press π. You can resume playback from the point where you stopped the DVD. For · ∏ π § details on playing from the beginning of the disc, see page 36. Note You may not be able to do Resume Play depending on the DVD. 6 123 / 456 '/7 789 0 P · p > z If you want to change the During playback playback speed during Slow- To Press motion play Two speeds are available: Pause P SLOW
Basic Operations Locating a title, chapter or point you want =/+ ENTER · 123 Number buttons 456 789 SEARCH MODE CLEAR 0 ENTER · =/+ 3/# ENTER z What are title and chapter? See page 5. z If you want to change the search speed To Press Two speeds are available: FF1 or FR1 (about 10 times Go to the next chapter in + Continuous Play mode the normal speed) and FF2 or FR2 (about 30 times). Each Go back to the preceding = time you press 3 or #, the chapter in Continuous Play indication changes as mode
Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations Notes Using the Title Menu • Depending on the DVD, you A DVD is divided into long sections of a picture or a music piece may not select the title. called “titles.” When you play the DVD which contains several titles, • Depending on the DVD, a “title menu” may be simply called a you can select the title you want using the title menu. “menu” or “title ” in the instructions supplied with the TITLE ?/>/.// disc. “Press ENTER.” in Step 3 may also b
Basic Operations z If you want to select the Using the DVD menu language for the DVD menu Some DVDs allows you to select the disc contents using the menu. Change the setting using When you play these DVDs, you can select the language for the sub- “INITIAL SETUP” in the normal menu (see page 47). titles, the language for the sound, etc., using the DVD menu. DVD MENU ?/>/.// Note Depending on the DVD, a “DVD menu” may be simply called a “menu” in the instructions supplied with the disc. “Press EN
Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations Using the On-Screen Display You can check the operating status of the player and the information about the disc using the on-screen display on the TV screen. DISPLAY Press DISPLAY. Each time you press the button, the on-screen display changes as follows: On-screen display 1 . On-screen display 2 . On-screen display 3 . z What is play mode? On-screen display off See page 44. pDisplay information of the on-screen display 1 mode While playing a dis
Basic Operations z What is bit rate? pDisplay information of the on-screen display 3 mode Bit rate refers to the amount While playing a disc, the approximate bit rate of the playback picture is always of video data per second in a displayed. disc. The higher the bit rate is, the larger the amount of data. However, this does 0 10Mbps not always mean that you BIT RATE can get higher quality pictures. Bit rate of the playback picture pDisplay information of the on-screen display off mode No infor
Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations pChecking the remaining time Each time you press TIME while playing the disc, the display changes as shown in the chart below. The time information in the on-screen display 1 or 2 mode also changes each time you press TIME. Playing time and number of Note the current chapter Depending on the DVD, the chapter number or time may not DVD 1/L 2/R TITLE CHAPTER appear. HOUR MIN SEC Remaining time of Press TIME the current chapter DVD 1/L 2/R TITLE C
Basic Operations Basic Operations Playing a VIDEO CD 243 Adjust the headphone volume. Connect headphones. PANEL UP/DOWN • The operating procedure of DVDs Make settings on your TV. or CDs is different from that of 1 Turn on the TV and select the video input so that you can view VIDEO CDs. For details on playing a DVD, see the pictures from this player. pages 10 to 17. For details on playing a CD, see When using an amplifier pages 26 to 31. Turn on the amplifier and select the appropriate position
Basic Operations Basic Operations Basic Operations z When “RESUME” appears on To stop playback the front panel display Press π. You can resume playback from the point where you stopped the VIDEO CD. For · ∏ π § details on playing from the beginning of the disc, see page 36. 6 123 456 789 7 0 P · p z If you want to change the During playback playback speed during Slow- motion play To Press Two speeds are available: Pause P SLOW 1 and SLOW 2. Each time you press , the Resume play after pause P o
Basic Operations Locating a track or point you want =/+ ENTER · 123 Number buttons 456 789 SEARCH MODE z What is a track? 0 CLEAR ENTER See page 5. · z What is an index? =/+ See page 5. 3/# z What is a scene? See page 5. ENTER z If you want to change the search speed Two speeds are available: FF1 or FR1 and FF2 or FR2. Each time you press 3 or #, the indication changes as To Press follows: FF1 (FR1) , FF2 (FR2) Go to the next track in + Continuous Play mode z If you have made a mistake Go back t
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