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DVD PLAYER IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by The lightning flash with arrowhead the manufacturer. symbol within an equilateral triangle A Product and Cart Combination Should Be Moved intended to alert the user to the with Care - Quick stops, excessive force and un
DVD PLAYER IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 12. NONUSE PERIODS - The power cord of the 19. DAMAGES REQUIRING SERVICE - product should be unplugged from the outlet when Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer left unused for long periods of time. servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions. 13. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING - If an a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. outside antenna or cable system is connected to b) If liquid has been spilled, or obj
DVD PLAYER IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS To protect intellectual property, the involved organizations partition the world into six regions, each of which can only use the DVD player and DVD disc with the given regional code. The illustration on the right shows symbols of the six regions. One DVD player with a given regional code cannot play disc of another regional code. The partition of regional codes is shown as follows: 1. Canada, USA; 5 2. Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East 1 2 3 4 6 3
DVD PLAYER Please read the user manual carefully before connection or operation TABLE OF CONTENT Important Safety 1 Features 5 Precautions 5 Accessories 6 Front Panel 6 Rear Panel 6 Remote Control 7 Basic Connection 8 Remote Control Preparation 11 Operations 12 Preparation 12 Play 12 Stop 12 Prev/Next 12 F.Rev/F.Fwd 12 Slow 12 Step 12 Pause 12 Number(0-9,10+) button 12 Mute 13 VOL+/VOL- 13 Return 13 Display 13 Zoom 13 A-B Repeat 13 Repeat 13 Angle 13 Language 13 Program 13 PBC 13 Search 14 Title
DVD PLAYER FEATURES DVD - A completely new dimension in video entertainment Subtitles may be displayed in one of a maximum of 32 languages available (multi-subtitles DVD only). Audio soundtrack can be heard in up to 8 languages (multi-languages DVD only). Multi-angle function allows you to choose the viewing angles of scene (for DVD with multiple camera angles only). Other convenient features Parental lock settings to prevent playing unsuitable discs for some audiences (DVD only). A full functio
DVD PLAYER ACCESSORIES (Please check whether all the following accessories are available after unpacking.) STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE DISPLAY MUTE PROG 1 2 3 SEARCH 4 5 6 SUBTITLE 7 8 9 ANGLE 0 PBC SETUP RETURN ENTER TITLE MENU Instruction CHANNEL LANGUAGE ZOOM REPEAT N/P CLEAR Manual SLOW A-B RESET V-MODE STEP SHUFFLE - VOL + STOP PAUSE PLAY F.REV F.FWD PREV NEXT A Pair of Batteries Video/Audio cord Remote control FRONT PANEL DVD1072UK OPEN/CLOSE REV STOP L/R ON OFF POWER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. Power swi
DVD PLAYER REMOTE CONTROL 1. Mute button 2. Open/Close button 3. Number (0-9) button 4. PBC button 16 STANDBY OPEN/CLOSE 1 DISPLAY MUTE 5. Return button 17 2 6. Menu button PROG 7. Language button 18 1 2 3 SEARCH 8. N/P button 6 3 19 4 5 9. Clear button SUBTITLE 10. Reset button 20 7 8 9 ANGLE 11. V-Mode button 21 0 PBC 4 12. VOL-/VOL+ button 22 SETUP RETURN 13. Play button 23 5 14. Prev button 15. Next button 24 ENTER TITLE MENU 16. Display button 25 6 17. Standby button CHANNEL LANGUAGE 18. Pr
DVD PLAYER BASIC CONNECTION A 1 Ensure that the power switch of this unit and other equipment to be connected is turned off 4 before commencing connection. 6 Read through the instructions before connecting other equipment. Ensure that you observe the colour-coding 3 5 when connecting audio and video cords. A: Connecting to a stereo TV set 1. TV set (optional) 2. DVD/CD player 2 3. Connecting Video, R/L audio cords 4. To TV set audio input connector Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr VIDEO ~100-240V 50/60Hz 5.Connect
DVD PLAYER BASIC CONNECTION D: Connecting to AV amplifier with 2-channel input connector 1 1.TV set (optional) 2.DVD / CD player 3.Video / Audio cords / S-video cord (optional) 3 4.Amplifier with 2 channel input connectors 5.To audio input connector (L,R) 3 3 6.Left speaker 7.Right speaker 2 Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr VIDEO ~100-240V 50/60Hz L R COAXIAL S-VIDEO SCART OUT 5 4 6 7 Helpline number: 0845 300 7775 9
DVD PLAYER BASIC CONNECTION E: Connecting to an external decoder or a power amplifier When DVD discs recorded in Dolby digital, MPEG audio or other formats are played, corresponding bit , stream is output from the player s COAXIAL digital audio output connector. When the player is connected to an external decoder or a power amplifier, you can enjoy quality of theatre level at your home! Sound TV set(optional) Digital output setting CD recording format PCM(44.1KHZ sampling)*1 Dolby digital Raw Eu
30 DVD PLAYER REMOTE CONTROL PREPARATION Battery Installation Insert the batteries while observing the positive (+) and Negative (-) polarities as Figure A. Service life of batteries The batteries normally last for a year although this depends on the operation and on how often the remote control is used. If the remote control unit fails to work even when it is operated near the player, replace the batteries with new ones. Use size AAA UM-4 batteries (2 pieces). Notes: Do not use rechargeable (Ni
DVD PLAYER OPERATION PREPARATION BEFORE PLAYING DISC The option of display language catalogue is preset to English. Please refer to Setup operation Most functions are operated by remote control. Either operation of remote control of front panel is effective when their buttons indicate the same function. Preparation Turn the TV on and select AV as the TV input. Switch on the related system power if the player has been connected to amplifier equipment etc. PLAY 1. Connect AC power cord to AC outle
DVD PLAYER OPERATION MUTE Press MUTE button during play, the player shows and there is no audio output (silence), Press again to cancel MUTE. VOL+/VOL- Press VOL+/VOL- button play may change volume for audio output. RETURN For VCD when playing 2.0 PBC is operating. Press RETURN key, it will return to menu mode. When playing DVD/MP3/JPG discs. Press RETURN key, it will return to menu mode. DISPLAY Press DISPLAY button during play to show the disc s relevant information on TV screen(suc
DVD PLAYER OPERATION SEARCH In the play, you press SEARCH button on the remote control. You can search the disc based on its title/ chapter/track as shown in the figure. Press SEARCH button, a search menu will display. Use or button to select the search item/time/title/chapter. The selected will be shown in highlight. Use number button to select the search item/time/title/chapter, and press ENTER button to play. For example: Time search(Press SEARCH button twice when playing DVD disc): To se
DVD PLAYER SETUP SETUP Once the initial settings have been completed, the player can always be operated under the same conditions (especially with DVD discs). The settings will be retained in the memory even after turning off the power until the settings are changed. We set the initial language to English when the player is out of factory. You may change the language into that you preferred. Operation 1. In stop mode, Press SETUP button to enter setup interface as followed, you can setup Languag
DVD PLAYER REFERENCE Menu, Submenu and Options MENU SUBMENU OPTIONS DESCRIPTION English English On Screen Display French French On Screen Display OSD German German On Screen Display Italian Italian On Screen Display Spanish Spanish On Screen Display English English On Screen Display French French On Screen Display German German On Screen Display MENU Italian Italian On Screen Display Spanish Spanish On Screen Display others LANGUAGE English English On Screen Display French French On Screen Displ
DVD PLAYER REFERENCE MENU SUBMENU OPTIONS DESCRIPTION 4:3 PS Set TV screen at 4:3 Pan Scan TV Type 4:3 LB Set TV at screen 4:3 Letter Box 16:9 Set TV at screen 16:9 On Set screen saver to ON or OFF. Screen Saver Off NTSC Output signal as NTSC TV System PAL Output signal as PAL SCREEN AUTO Output signal as per default of disc CVBS+S-Video CVBS+S-Video output RGB video output RGB YUV video output Video output CVBS+YUV YUV P-SCAN P-SCAN video output Normal Select normal, bright, or soft to persona
DVD PLAYER REFERENCE Definition of terms Angle Recorded onto some DVD discs are scenes which have been simultaneously shot from a number of different angles (i.e. The same scene is shot from the from, left side and right side etc.). With such discs, the ANGLE button can be used to view the scene from different angles. Chapter Number These numbers are recorded on DVD discs, A title is subdivided into many sections. Each of them is number and specific parts of video presentations can be searched q
DVD PLAYER TROUBLESHOOTING Check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing before requesting service for this unit, Some simple checks or minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation. Let the technician maintain the unit. Keep away from static electricity properly before maintenance as loader, key IC are easy to be damaged by it. Suggested solution Trouble No power Plug the power cord into the power outlet tight to turn on/o
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