JBL CS5 user manual

User manual for the device JBL CS5

Device: JBL CS5
Category: Car Video System
Manufacturer: JBL
Size: 2.09 MB
Added : 8/11/2013
Number of pages: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Introduction Radio Menu 4 Safety Information 24 Rearranging the Station List 4 Unpacking 24 Selecting Presets 5 Terminology 25 Removing Presets 6 Features 25 Auto Preset Function 7 Front-Panel Controls 25 RDS Station ID 8 Front-Panel Display 25 Surround Mode for Tuner 9 Rear-Panel Connections TV Menu, AUX Menu, Digital In Menu 11 Remote Control 26 TV Menu 13 Basic Information 26 AUX Menu 13 About This Manual 26 Digital In Menu 13 Regional Coding 27 Surround Modes System Conne

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INTRODUCTION ® Thank you for choosing JBL ! ■ Plays a wide range of video and audio formats, including DVD- With the purchase of a JBL Cinema Sound CS3/CS5, you are about Video discs, VCD, standard CD audio discs, CD-R/RW, DVD- to begin many years of listening enjoyment. R/RW, DVD-+R/RW, audio discs and MP3 discs Designed to provide all the excitement and detail of movie sound- ■ DVD-Audio playback for richer detail, expanded dynamic range tracks and every nuance of musical selections, the CS3/C

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SAFETY INFORMATION This system was designed to provide you with many years of Cleaning reliable operation with a minimum of care and maintenance. Every When the unit gets dirty, wipe it with a clean, soft, dry cloth. If component in your system was in perfect working condition when it necessary, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened with mild soapy left our factory. If you experience any problems with the set-up or water, then a fresh cloth with clean water. Wipe dry immediately operation of this

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TERMINOLOGY Since they share some of the characteristics and technology of CD acceptable, if the monitor is not too large and if there is not too players, many of the terms and operational concepts used in a DVD much motion in the image. Large displays and fast-moving images player are similar to what you may be familiar with from CD players reveal the limitations of this system. Thanks to DVD’s immense data and changers, or older video disc formats such as Laser Disc. capacity, images are now s

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FEATURES High-Quality Video • CD-R • CD-RW • High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for a single wire, digital connection to your HD-Ready screen. • VCD • S-VCD • Advanced, sophisticated 10-bit MPEG-2 video decoding circuits. • WMA (v9) • Progressive-scan component video ouputs (NTSC and PAL). NOTE: Due to differences in the format of certain discs, it is possi- • Direct RGB output via SCART (selectable) for optimal video ble that some discs may include a mix of features that are not com- p

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FRONT-PANEL CONTROLS  Main Information Display 3 USB On-the-Go Input 1 Power On/Off (Standby) 4 Headphone Jack 2 Open/Close  Main Information Display: This display delivers messages and status indications to help you operate the CS3/CS5 receiver. 1 Power On/Off (Standby): Press the button once to turn the CS3/CS5 receiver on, press it again to put the unit in the Standby mode. Note that when the CS3/CS5 receiver is switched on, the power indicator around the button turns blue. 2 Open/Close: Pr

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FRONT-PANEL DISPLAY A Disc Type Indicators I VCD Playback Control Indicator B Playback-Mode Indicators J Random Indicator C Progressive Scan Indicator K A-B Repeat Indicator D Parental Lock Indicator L Program Indicator E Time Indicators M Angle Indicator F Video Format Indicators N Title Indicators G Source Indicators O Chapter/Track Number Indicators H Repeat Indicators P Video Output Indicators A Disc Type Indicators: The CD, DVD or DVD-Audio indicator will H Repeat Indicators: These indicato

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REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS  Composite Video Output Subwoofer Output  Coaxial Digital Output  S-Video Output Coaxial Digital Input  Subwoofer Trigger Output  Component Video Outputs Optical Digital Input  USB On-The-Go Input  SCART TV Output Analog Audio Outputs  HDMI Output  AC Power Cord Front Speaker Outputs  Remote IR Output  FM Antenna  Center Speaker Outputs  Remote IR Input  Audio In  Surround Speaker Outputs  TV Audio In  Composite Video Output: Connect this jack to

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REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS  Subwoofer Trigger Output: Connect this trigger output to the trigger input of the JBL subwoofer, so that the subwoofer will switch on and off at the same time as the rest of the system.  USB On-the-Go Input: This input may be used to temporarily connect a USB thumb device or portable hard disk for direct play- back of audio, image of video files, a digital photo camera or a USB hub.  HDMI Output: Connect this output to the HDMI input of a high- definition LCD, plasma o

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REMOTE CONTROL 0 Power On/Source Selection Buttons 1 Power Off Button 2 Subtitle Button 3 Title Button 4 Angle Button 5 Audio Button 6 Enter Button 7 Open/Close Button 8 Setup/OSD Button 9 Arrow Buttons A Mute Button B Menu Button C Pause Button D Status Button E Skip/Step (Previous) Button F Skip/Step (Next) Button G Play Button H Search/Slow Reverse Button I Stop Button J Search/Slow Forward Button K Macro Buttons L Pic +/Pic – Buttons M Zoom Button N Playlist Button O Random Button P A-B Repe

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REMOTE CONTROL 0 Power On/Source Selector Buttons: Pressing one of these but- speed as indicated by a number of arrows on the right top of the tons will perform three actions at the same time. First, if the CS screen. system is not turned on, this will power up the unit. Next, it will K Macro Buttons: Press these buttons to store or recall a select the source shown on the button as the input to the CS “Macro,” which is a preprogrammed sequence of commands stored system. Finally, it will change t

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BASIC INFORMATION About This Manual Regional Coding • The types of functions and operations that can be used for a par- DVD players and discs are designed with regional restrictions ticular disc vary depending on the features of that disc. In some which dictate the regions in which a disc can be played. If the cases, these functions and operations may differ from the region number on the disc you want to play does not match the descriptions given in this manual. In this event, follow the instruc

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS After unpacking the unit, and placing it on a solid surface capable of HDMI Connection If your TV set is equipped with an HDMI input, we suggest you use the supporting its weight, you will need to make the connections to your HDMI connection to connect your CS system and your TV. It will allow audio and video equipment. you to watch your DVDs in the best possible picture quality. Most LCD, plasma and video projectors have such an HDMI input nowadays. Audio Equipment

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Aux Output for Recording To record the sound of the CS system with your VCR or any audio recording device (tape deck, MD, CDR and some others), the Audio Out Jacks should be connected to the analog Record In jacks of the appropriate device. They can also be connected to any audio input on your TV to listen to the sound of your CS receiver through the speakers of your TV only, when the amp in your subwoofer is turned off and the volume of the CS receiver has been tur

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Once the speakers have been placed in the room and connected, the remaining steps are to program the system configuration mem- ories. First Turn-On You are now ready to power up the CS3/CS5 receiver to begin final adjustments. 1. Plug the Power Cable into an unswitched AC outlet. Note that the Power Indicator 1 will turn orange, indicating that the unit is in the Standby mode. A) Front channel speaker installation with direct-view TV sets or rear-screen projectors

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS Disc Playback Features • The video and audio structure of recorded files should be interleaved. Skipping Tracks or Titles/Chapters • The player is capable of playing DivX files with the extension To move forward or backward through the tracks on a CD or the titles or chapters on a DVD, press Previous/Next EF. “.avi.” Fast-Motion Playback/Fast Search • The player is capable of playing subtitle files with the extensions “.smi,” “.srt,” “.sub” (Micro DVD format only) o

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SYSTEM SETUP System Defaults The final step of the installation is to establish the system’s defaults. It is helpful to take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with these settings, as they may require change before the first use and later from time to time. General Functionality of the OSD Menu The complete setup and control of the CS3/CS5 takes place in an advanced user-guided on-screen display (OSD) menu system. The OSD can be activated by pressing the OSD 8 button on the remote control. P

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SYSTEM SETUP Audio Settings The System Setting submenu contains the following settings. Follow the explanations in the Upper Menu Line on the bottom of your screen to change the settings. Display Language: Sets the language in which the OSD menus are shown on your screen. Preferred Subtitle Language: Defines your preferred subtitle language. Every time a disc contains this subtitle language, it will be shown automatically. If you do not find your preferred language in the list of options, you ca

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SYSTEM SETUP Audio Adjustment Video Settings The Audio Adjustment submenu contains the access to the speaker The Video Setting submenu contains the following settings. Follow delay and the output level adjustment settings of the CS3/CS5. the explanations in the Upper Menu Line on the bottom of your Follow the explanations in the Upper Menu Line on the bottom of screen to change the settings. your screen to make adjustments. Aspect Ratio: This step selects the TV aspect ratio, conventional Delay

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