ANUBIS KV-MRD900 user manual

User manual for the device ANUBIS KV-MRD900

Device: ANUBIS KV-MRD900
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Date of adding : 2014-01-02 13:41:55
Number of pages: 40
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9-INCH WIDESCREEN MONITOR WITH DVD PLAYER
KV-MRD900
• This system cannot receive television broadcasts. Use the separately sold TV tuner unit KV-C1001 for
optional television broadcast reception.


For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
INSTRUCTIONS
LVT1341-001B
[E]

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WARNINGS CAUTION:  DO NOT INSTALL THE MONITOR IN A This monitor should be used on DC 12 V only. To LOCATION WHICH OBSTRUCTS DRIVING, prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, DO NOT VISIBILITY, SAFETY DEVICE FUNCTION use any other power source. SUCH AS AIR BAGS OR WHICH IS PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS. Installation requires some special  There may be legal regulations defining the knowledge. permissible installation locations for the monitor which differ by country o

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Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. 3. CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid dire

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How to reset your monitor How to read this manual The following methods are used to make the explanations simple and easy-to-understand:  Some related tips and notes are explained in “More about this monitor” (see pages 33 – 35).  Button operations are mainly explained with the illustrations as follows: Press briefly. This will reset the microcomputer. Your preset Press repeatedly. adjustments will also be erased. How to forcibly eject a disc If a disc cannot be recognized by the monit

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Contents How to reset your monitor ..................... 4 DVD/VCD/JPEG special functions ... 21 How to forcibly eject a disc ................... 4 Selecting audio languages ..................... 21 How to read this manual ........................ 4 Selecting subtitles .................................. 21 Selecting the multi-angle views ............. 21 Precautions .................................... 6 Disc menu operations ............................ 22 Zoom in ...............................

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Precautions Cautions for handling the liquid crystal panel Do not expose the liquid crystal panel to direct Do not drop the liquid crystal panel or strike sunlight. it sharply.  Storage temperature range: –20°C to +80°C +80°C –20°C –20°C to +80°C During the summer, temperatures can reach as high as 100°C. When the temperature is very cold or very hot, the image may not appear clearly or may move slowly. The image may not be synchronized with When the liquid crystal panel reaches high the

Summary of the content on the page No. 7

Widescreen monitor Parts identification 1 (standby/on) buttons 8 Screen (Liquid crystal panel)  Turns on the power if pressed. 9 Disc loading slot  Turns off the power if pressed and held. p 0 (eject) button 2 Remote sensor q 3 (play) button 3 Dome light switch w Disc loading lamp  See “To activate the door sensor” on page e White LED 12. r PUSH-OPEN button 4 IR transmitters t Screen compartment 5 Dome lights y Screen arm 6 Arm lock lever 7 Reset button When you watch the screen at an ang

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Remote controller — RM-RK230 Installing the lithium coin battery Main elements and features (CR2025) MENU Before using the remote controller:  Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor on the monitor. Make sure there is no obstacle in between. Remote sensor MONITOR CONTROL 1 (standby/on) button  Do not expose the remote sensor to strong  Turns on the power if pressed. light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting).  Turns off the power if pressed and held. 2 MODE button

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DVD/RECEIVER CONTROL 1 6 Receiver control buttons* How to select a number  (standby/on attenuator) button  To select a number from 0 – 9:  SOURCE button  BAND button  DUAL button  VOL + / – (2nd VOL + / –) buttons 2 7 TOP M (menu) button* 3  Displays the DVD and VCD* disc menu. 2 8 SETUP button* 9 SHIFT button  To select a number greater than 9: p Disc basic operation buttons 7 (stop), 3 (play), 8 (pause)  3 (play) button functions as ZOOM button when pressed with SHIFT butto

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

Headphones — KS-HP2 You can listen to the playback sounds with cordless headphones—KS-HP2. Main elements and features Left side Right side Installing the batteries Batteries (R03/AAA) VOL POWER — supplied only for initial setup purpose 1 IR sensors  DO NOT cover the IR sensors, as reception will become poor. 2 ON/OFF button  The power automatically shuts off in the following cases: – The headphones are used for about 4 hours. CAUTIONS: – No signal is received for about 4  The supp

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Basic operations Preparation Before operating the unit, make sure that all external components are correctly connected and installed. 1 Open the liquid crystal panel. Press PUSH-OPEN until the liquid crystal panel is unlocked, then open the liquid crystal panel by both hands. CAUTION:  When not in use, close the liquid crystal panel and store it into the compartment; otherwise it may obstruct the visibility through the rearview mirror.  Do not touch the surface of the liquid crystal panel d

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2 Turn on the power. Monitor Remote control 3 Select the playback source. MODE Each time you press the button, the playback source changes as follows: DISC AV 1 AV 2 4 Operate the playback source you selected. To operate the built-in DVD player, see “Disc operations” on page 18. To operate the external components, refer to the manuals for the connected components. 5 Adjust the volume on the car receiver.  When using the headphones, adjust its volume level. To turn off the power  When using th

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Adjustments Using the monitor menu You can make your own display or sound adjustments using the menu.  For the adjustable items, see the next page. The Remote controller—RM-RK230 has two MENU buttons. In this section, using MENU button at MONITOR CONTROL. Basic procedure 1 Call up the menu. BRIGHT Current menu item CONTRAST TINT COLOR IR ON DIMMER DVD SURROUND OFF NTSC / PAL PAL WHITE LED ON Menu selection goes off if other operations are done or no operation is done for about 5 seconds.

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Adjustable items on the monitor menu BRIGHT: Adjust this if the picture is too bright or too dark.  Adjustable range: –10 to +11  Initial level: 0 (center) CONTRAST: Control the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the picture.  Adjustable range: –10 to +11  Initial level: 0 (center) TINT: Adjust this if the human skin color is unnatural.  Adjustable range: –10 to +11  Initial level: 0 (center) COLOR: Adjust the color of the picture—lighter or darker.  Adjustab

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Changing the aspect ratio You can select an appropriate aspect ratio for the playback video signals. Basic procedure Each time you press the button, aspect ratio change. ASPECT Changeable aspect ratio When incoming 16:9 video signal: FULL: Pictures are fully shown on the screen.  In some cases, the black bars may be shown at the top and bottom sides of the screen. NORMAL: Pictures are reduced horizontally.  The black bars will be shown at the left and right sides of the screen.  In some

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

When incoming 4:3 video signal: FULL: Pictures are enlarged horizontally and are fully shown on the screen. NORMAL: Pictures are shown at the center of the screen.  The black bars will be shown at the left and right sides of the screen. JUST: Pictures are enlarged horizontally. The extension ratio increases toward the both sides of the screen. ZOOM: Pictures are enlarged on the screen so that no black bars will be shown on the screen. (The entire picture cannot be shown on the screen.) 16

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Playable discs Discs you can play Caution for DualDisc playback You can play back the following discs—12 cm  The Non-DVD side of a “DualDisc” does and 8 cm—on the built-in DVD player: not comply with the “Compact Disc Digital  DVD Video: Recorded in the PAL color Audio” standard. Therefore, the use of Non- system with Region Code “2” (see below). DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may – DVD-R/DVD-RW recorded in the DVD not be recommended. Video format can also be played (see page 33).

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Disc operations Playing a disc The disc type is automatically detected, and If “ ” appears on the monitor when playback starts automatically (for DVD: pressing a button, the disc cannot accept an automatic start depends on its internal program). operation you have tried to do.  In some cases, without showing “ ,” If the current disc is an audio CD, CD Text, operations will not be accepted. MP3/WMA, JPEG, or VCD without PBC, all tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the sourc

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Basic operations Operations Next operation To stop play temporarily Playback pauses.  For JPEG discs: pressing ENTER will also pause the picture on the monitor. A still picture appears. A Frame by frame playback B Slow motion playback  No sound comes out during Slow Motion Playback.  When playing a VCD, Reverse Slow Motion Playback is prohibited. To resume normal play: To replay the previous The playback position moves back about 10 seconds before scenes—One Touch Replay the current positi

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

To go to the next or previous To locate a particular title/chapter/ chapters/tracks track directly  For DVD: During play or pause  For DVD: During play or pause—select a chapter. During stop—select a title. To the following  For VCD: While PBC (see page 22) is not chapters/tracks. in use.  For MP3/WMA/JPEG: Select a track within the same folder. To go back to the beginning of the current chapter/track, then the previous chapters/tracks. Select the number corresponding to the item you


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