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SISTEMA ESTEREO DVD
CHAINE STEREO AVEC LECTEUR DE DVD
HT-DV90
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
MODE D’EMPLOI
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  • Page 1

    DVD STEREO SYSTEM
    SISTEMA ESTEREO DVD
    CHAINE STEREO AVEC LECTEUR DE DVD

    HT-DV90
    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
    MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
    MODE D’EMPLOI

    En (English)
    E (Español)
    F (Français)

    For assistance and information

    call toll free 1-800-BUY-AIWA
    (United States and Puerto Rico)

    8B-AX2-903-11
    011201BCK-U-AN

    U



  • Page 2

    ENGLISH
    PRECAUTIONS

    WARNING
    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
    SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
    RAIN OR MOISTURE.

    CAUTION
    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.”

    Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely before
    operating the unit. Be sure to keep the Operating Instructions for
    future reference. All warnings and cautions in the Operating
    Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed, as well
    as the safety suggestions below .

    Warning
    To prevent electric shock or injury , these safety instructions should
    be followed in the installation, use and servicing the unit.

    Installation
    Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by
    the unit manufacturer as they may result in the risk of fire, electric
    shock or injury to persons.
    Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water - for
    example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub,
    in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.

    Explanation of Graphical Symbols:
    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
    within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
    alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
    “dangerous voltage” within the product’
    s
    enclosure that may be of suf ficient magnitude
    to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
    The exclamation point within an equilateral
    triangle is intended to alert the user to the
    presence of important operating and
    maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
    literature accompanying the appliance.

    Heat - Do not use this unit near sources of heat, including heating
    vents, stoves, or other appliances that generate heat. It also
    should not be placed in temperatures less than 5˚C (41˚F) or
    greater than 35˚C (95˚F ).
    Mounting surface - Place the unit on a flat, even surface.
    Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
    tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious injury
    to a child or an adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use
    only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by
    the manufacturer , or sold with the unit. Any mounting of the
    appliance should follow the manufacturer
    ’s instructions, and
    should use a mounting accessory recommended by the
    manufacturer .
    Portable cart - An appliance and cart combination should be
    moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
    surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to
    overturn.
    PORTABLE CART WARNING

    S3125A

    Owner’s record
    For your convenience, record the model number and serial
    number (you will find them on the rear of your set) in the space
    provided below . Please refer to them when you contact your
    Aiwa
    dealer in case of dif ficulty .
    Model No.
    HT-DV90
    SX-F90
    SX-R90
    SX-C90
    TS-W90

    2 ENGLISH

    Serial No. (Lot No.)

    Ventilation - The unit should be situated with adequate space
    around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured.
    Allow 10 cm
    clearance from the rear and the top of the unit, and 5 cm from
    the each side.
    Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are
    provided for ventilation, and to ensure reliable operation of the
    unit and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not
    be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked
    by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
    (This unit should never by placed near or over a radiator or heat
    register .) This unit should not be placed in a built-in installation
    such as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
    Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into
    this unit through the cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
    voltage points or short-circuit parts that could result in a fire or
    electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.



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    Electric Power

    Maintenance

    Power Sources - This unit should be operated only from the
    type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are
    not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
    appliance dealer or local power company . To operate unit on
    battery power , or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.

    Cleaning - Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning.
    Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
    for cleaning.

    Grounding or Polarization - This unit is provided with a polarized
    alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than
    the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way
    This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully
    into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to
    fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
    not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.

    Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
    service personnel under the following conditions:
    1) When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
    2) If the liquid has been spilled into the unit.
    3) If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
    4) If the unit does not operate normally by following the
    operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that
    are covered by the operating instructions as improper
    adjustment of other controls may result in damage and
    will often require extensive work by a qualified
    technician to restore the unit to normal operation.
    5) If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been
    damaged.
    6) When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance
    - this indicates a need for service.

    Power-Cord Protection - This unit is provided with an attachment
    plug having overload protection.
    This is a safety feature. See
    operating instructions for replacement or resetting of protective
    device. If replacement of the plug is required, be sure the service
    technician has used a replacement plug specified by the
    manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the
    original plug.
    Overloading - Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
    Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can
    result in fire or electric shock. Do not locate this unit where the
    cord will be abused by persons walking on it.

    Outdoor Antenna
    Power lines - An outside antenna system should not be located
    in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or
    power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits.
    When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should
    be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as
    contact with them might be fatal.

    Damage Requiring Service

    .

    Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing
    covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
    Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, be
    sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
    by the manufacturer or having the same characteristics as the
    original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
    shock or other hazards.
    Safety Check - Upon the completion of any service or repairs to
    this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
    determine that the unit is in proper operating condition.

    En

    Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna or cable
    system is connected to the unit, be sure the antenna or cable
    system is grounded so as to provide some protection against
    voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the
    National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70, provides information
    with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting
    structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge
    unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge
    unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
    the grounding electrode. See the figure.

    Lightning
    For added protection for this unit receiver during a lightning storm,
    or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
    unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable
    system. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and
    powerline surges.
    ENGLISH

    3



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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    PREPARATIONS
    CONNECTIONS .................................................................. 5
    CONNECTING OTHER EQUIPMENT ................................ 7
    REMOTE CONTROL ........................................................... 9
    PARTS AND CONTROLS ................................................... 9
    BEFORE OPERATION ...................................................... 12

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS
    BEFORE USE .................................................................... 13
    BASIC OPERATIONS ....................................................... 15
    SELECTING A TRACK ..................................................... 17
    FRAME ADVANCE AND SLOW PLAYBACK .................. 18
    REPEAT PLAYBACK ........................................................ 18
    PROGRAMED PLAYBACK ............................................... 19
    RANDOM PLAYBACK ...................................................... 20
    SPECIAL DVD FEATURES ............................................... 21
    ON SCREEN DISPLAY INFORMATION ........................... 23

    Check your system and accessories

    HT-DV90
    HT-DV90 DVD stereo receiver
    SX-F90 Front speakers
    SX-R90 Surround speakers
    SX-C90 Center speaker
    TS-W90 Subwoofer
    Front speaker cord (approx. 4m/13 ft.) x 2
    Surround speaker cord (approx. 8m/26 ft.) x 2
    Center speaker cord (approx. 3m/10 ft.) x 1
    Subwoofer cord (approx. 5m/16 ft.) x 1

    Remote control

    AM antenna

    SURROUND PLAYBACK
    PLAYING WITH SURROUND SOUND ............................. 24
    SPEAKER SETTING ......................................................... 25

    RADIO RECEPTION
    RADIO RECEPTION ......................................................... 27

    SOUND AND TIMER ADJUSTMENTS
    SOUND ADJUSTMENTS .................................................. 28
    SLEEP TIMER ................................................................... 29

    CUSTOMIZING DVD SETUP
    OVERVIEW OF THE SETUP MENU ................................. 29
    BASIC MENU OPERATIONS ........................................... 30
    RATING .............................................................................. 30
    PASSWORD ...................................................................... 30
    TV DISPLAY ...................................................................... 31
    TV TYPE ............................................................................ 31

    GENERAL
    CARE AND MAINTENANCE ............................................ 32
    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .......................................... 33
    SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................. 34

    4 ENGLISH

    Video connecting cord

    FM antenna



  • Page 5

    PREPARATIONS

    PREPARATIONS

    CONNECTIONS
    IMPORTANT
    Connect the speakers, antennas, and all optional equipment first.

    Then connect the AC cord.

    Subwoofer

    Surround
    speaker

    Surround
    speaker
    Center speaker

    En
    Front speaker

    Front speaker

    1 Connect your television set to this unit.
    If your TV has an S-video input jack;
    Connect the S-VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the S-video
    input jack of your TV with an optional S-video connecting
    cord. Also connect the VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the
    video input jack of your TV since the signal from S-VIDEO
    OUT jack is output only when the function is DVD/CD.

    2 Connect the speakers to this unit.
    All speakers for a full 5.1-channel home theater configuration
    come supplied with your DVD system.
    1 Place the speakers in their proper position.

    If your TV does not have an S-video input jack;
    Connect the VIDEO OUT jack of this unit to the video input
    jack of your TV with the supplied video connecting cord.
    NOTE
    • The illustration here shows the connection to the VIDEO
    jack. S-(separate) video connection, if available, of
    fers
    higher quality than conventional video (composite)
    connection.
    • If your television is a 16:9 (wide) ratio set, the default “TV
    DISPLAY” setting has to be changed in the DVD setup.
    See “TV DISPLA Y”, page 31.
    • Direct connection between this unit and your
    TV set is
    recommended, as described above. If the video signal from
    this unit is made to pass through any other video
    equipment, the picture will be blurred when playing copyprotected DVDs.
    • To view the video output from this unit, select the
    corresponding video input on your
    TV.

    Speaker
    placement
    The front and the surround speakers appear identical but
    should be dif ferentiated. Check their rear panels.
    Either of the two front speakers can be used as the right or
    the left one, and likewise for the surround speakers.

    ENGLISH

    5



  • Page 6

    • L&R: Front speakers
    • C: Center speaker
    Place it in the center of the two front speakers, possibly
    on or below the TV set.
    • LS&RS: Surround speakers
    Place them directly to the side of or slightly behind the
    listening area. Align them horizontally , preferably 0.6 to 1
    meter above ear height.
    • SW: Subwoofer
    Place it anywhere between the two front speakers.
    NOTE
    • Do not place the left and right front speakers close to the
    TV set, as doing so may cause picture noise.
    • Sound output from the center and surround speakers is
    only available when the surround ef fect (Dolby Surround
    or DTS Surround etc.,) is activated with the appropriate
    setting.
    • To mount the front and surround speakers on the wall, see
    “MOUNTING THE FRONT AND SURROUND
    SPEAKERS”, page 8.

    3 Connect the supplied antennas.
    Connect the FM antenna to the FM 75 Ω (COAXIAL) jack
    and the AM antenna to the AM LOOP terminal.

    FM antenna
    AM antenna

    The black-colored cord goes to the

    2 terminal.

    2 Connect the speakers.
    • The black-colored cord goes to the 9 terminals and the
    other cord goes to the 0 terminals.

    4 Connect the power supply.
    Plug in the AC power cord of this unit to a wall outlet.

    Connecting
    the speaker
    cord to the
    terminals
    • Connect the cords to the corresponding speakers. Hold
    down the lever to insert the cord, then release.
    • Connect the cord from the right front speaker to the
    FRONT SPEAKERS R terminals, and the cord from the
    left front speaker to the FRONT SPEAKERS L terminals.
    • Connect the cord from the right surround speaker to the
    SURROUND SPEAKERS RS terminals, and the cord
    from the left surround speaker to the
    SURROUND
    SPEAKERS LS terminals.
    • Connect the cord from the center speaker to the
    CENTER
    SPEAKER terminals.
    • Connect the cord from the subwoofer to the
    SUB
    WOOFER terminals.
    NOTE
    • Connect the speaker cords securely to the terminals.
    Improper connection may cause a short circuit.
    • When connecting the speakers that are not supplied,
    confirm the speaker impedance and the speaker setting of
    this unit (page 25).

    6 ENGLISH

    NOTE
    • Do not leave objects generating magnetism, such as credit
    cards, near the speakers, as the objects may be damaged.
    • Do not bring the FM antenna near metal objects or curtain rails.
    • Do not bring the AM antenna near other optional equipment,
    the stereo system itself, the AC cord or speaker cords, since
    noise will be picked up.
    • Do not unwind the AM antenna wire.



  • Page 7

    PREPARATIONS

    CONNECTING OTHER EQUIPMENT
    Besides the basic connections described earlier
    , other equipment can be connected to this unit as needed.
    Before making additional connections, be sure to turn of
    f the power and disconnect power supply for this unit and other equipment.
    Wall mounting of the speakers is also described here.
    Active
    subwoofer

    Video player/recorder, etc.

    to LINE IN jack

    MD recorder, etc.

    to LINE OUT jack

    to OPTICAL OUT jack
    to OPTICAL
    IN jack

    Video player, etc.

    to OPTICAL OUT jack
    to LINE OUT jack

    En
    MD player, etc.

    AUDIO VIDEO 1 and VIDEO VIDEO 1 jacks

    AUDIO VIDEO 2 and VIDEO VIDEO 2 jacks

    These jacks output and accept video and analog audio signals
    to and from the connected equipment.
    Connect audio-visual equipment such as a video recorder to
    these jacks, using two optional audio-visual connecting cables
    with RCA plugs.

    These jacks accept video and analog audio input signals from
    the connected equipment.
    Connect audio-visual playback equipment, such as a video player
    to these jacks, using an optional audio-visual connecting cable
    with RCA plugs.

    • Connect the line output jacks of the equipment to the
    VIDEO 1
    input jacks ( AUDIO VIDEO 1 IN L, AUDIO VIDEO 1 IN R, and
    VIDEO VIDEO 1 IN) of this unit.
    • Connect the line input jacks of the equipment to the
    VIDEO 1
    output jacks ( AUDIO VIDEO 1 OUT L, AUDIO VIDEO 1 OUT
    R, and VIDEO VIDEO 1 OUT) of this unit.
    • Be sure to connect properly according to the color-coding;
    AUDIO L: white plugs and jacks
    AUDIO R: red plugs and jacks
    VIDEO: yellow plugs and jacks

    • Connect the line output jacks of the equipment to the
    VIDEO 2
    jacks ( AUDIO VIDEO 2 IN L, AUDIO VIDEO 2 IN R, and VIDEO
    VIDEO 2 IN) of this unit.
    • Be sure to connect properly according to the color-coding;
    AUDIO L: white plugs and jacks
    AUDIO R: red plugs and jacks
    VIDEO: yellow plugs and jacks

    NOTE
    • When playing/recording the source through the equipment
    connected to the AUDIO VIDEO 1 OUT jacks, set the surround
    playback mode to STEREO (page 24).
    • The sound selected on this unit’ s function is output from VIDEO
    1 OUT jacks.
    • The video is output from the VIDEO 1 OUT jack only when the
    function is VIDEO 2.
    • When recording Dolby Digital source through the equipment
    connected to the AUDIO VIDEO 1 OUT jacks, dynamic range
    can be adjusted (page 29).
    ENGLISH

    7



  • Page 8

    OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1/OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2
    jack / OPTICAL OUT jack
    The OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 jack and OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2 jack
    accept digital audio input from connected equipment.
    The OPTICAL OUT jack outputs digital audio signals to the
    connected equipment.
    Connect digital audio playback/recording equipment, such as an
    MD recorder , a DAT deck, or a CD-R deck, etc. with optional
    optical fiber cables.
    Connect the optical input jack of the connected equipment to the
    OPTICAL OUT jack, and the optical output jack of the equipment
    to the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 jack or the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2
    jack.

    CONNECTING AN OUTDOOR ANTENNA
    For better FM reception, use of an optional outdoor antenna is
    recommended.
    Connect the outdoor antenna to FM 75 Ω (COAXIAL) jack.

    Before connecting the cable, remove the dust cap from the jacks.
    Reattach them when the jacks are not to be used.

    CAUTION ON CONNECTING EQUIPMENT TO THE
    OPTICAL OUT JACK
    When connecting digital equipment without a built-in Dolby
    Digital or DTS decoder , do not play back Dolby Digital or
    DTS source with multichannel surround sound. When
    connecting equipment that does not comform to 96 kHz
    Linear PCM source, do not play back 96 kHz Linear PCM
    source. It may cause a high level of noise which could harm
    your ears and damage the speakers.

    MOUNTING THE FRONT AND SURROUND
    SPEAKERS
    You can mount the front and/or the surround speakers,if you want
    to do so.

    Using wall mounting screws (not supplied)
    Select a spot that will hold the weight of the speakers and carefully
    mount the surround speakers so that they are firmly secured.

    • The OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 or 2 jack shares the same video
    source as the VIDEO 1 or 2 jack.

    SUBWOOFER jack
    This jack outputs the low frequency sounds.
    Your DVD system comes supplied with a passive (non-powered)
    subwoofer , to be connected to the SUBWOOFER terminals , as
    described on page 6.
    However , if you wish to connect an optional active (powered)
    subwoofer , connect it to this jack using an optional audio
    connecting cord with RCA plugs.

    Using a speaker mounting kit (not supplied)
    The front and surround speakers are equipped with a 5 mm
    threaded insert on their back side. Use it to attach the ball shaft
    of a speaker mounting kit on the market.
    Refer to the instructions of the mounting kit for further information.

    PHONES jack
    Connect headphones with a stereo mini plug (ø 3.5 mm,
    The jack is located at the front of this unit.

    5

    /32 in.).

    • No sound is output from the speakers while the headphones
    are plugged in.
    • When the headphones are plugged in, the Dolby Pro Logic
    surround system is canceled. The Dolby Digital or the DTS
    surround system automatically switches to the 2ch STEREO
    mode.

    8 ENGLISH

    You can attach the speakers to the pedestal on the market with
    the 5 supplies screws. Refer to the instructions of the pedestal
    for further information.
    AIWA disclaims any responsibility for injury to persons or
    other accidents caused by not fitting the front and/or surround
    speakers properly or if the place of the installation is not
    suitable.



  • Page 9

    PREPARATIONS

    REMOTE CONTROL

    PARTS AND CONTROLS

    INSERTING BATTERIES
    Open the battery cover on the rear and insert two R03 (size
    batteries.

    AAA)

    When to replace the batteries
    The maximum operational distance between the remote control
    and the sensor on the main unit should be approximately 5 meters
    (16 ft.). When this distance decreases, replace the batteries with
    new ones.

    NOTE
    • If the remote control is not going to be used for an extended
    period of time, remove the batteries to prevent possible
    electrolyte leakage.
    • The remote control may not operate correctly when:
    - The line of sight between the remote control and the remote
    sensor inside the display window is exposed to intense light,
    such as direct sunlight
    - Other remote controls are used nearby (those of a television,
    etc.)

    MAIN UNIT
    1 POWER 6STANDBY/ON
    Turns the unit on and of f (standby).
    2 zOPEN/CLOSE
    Opens and closes the disc tray .
    3 PHONES jack
    Plug in here an optional headphones set with a stereo mini
    plug (ø 3.5mm, 5/32 in.). Speaker output is canceled.
    4 SURROUND
    Selects a listening mode.

    OPERATING OTHER EQUIPMENT
    You can set the remote control to operate other equipment by
    inputting the brand code.

    Setting the brand code
    1 Turn on the equipment to be set.
    2 Hold down the corresponding source button (
    VIDEO 1, VIDEO
    2, TV, CABLE/SAT.) and press 0-9 to input the three-digit
    brand code. (Brand code is shown at the end of the operating
    instructions.)
    3 Release the corresponding source button.
    The setting is completed.

    Operating other equipment
    Press the corresponding source button.
    The remote control goes
    to the corresponding source mode.
    0-9, TV/VIDEO, TV CH N
    M, TV VOL +- and POWER etc., are available.
    Pressing POWER again within 3 seconds turns this unit of
    f even
    when the remote control is the corresponding source mode.
    When operating this unit , press DVD/CD or TUNER/BAND.
    NOTE
    • This remote control may not correspond to all models of the
    brand shown at the end of the operating instructions.
    • When the batteries are removed from the remote control, all
    settings stored in memory may be lost.
    • Some buttons on the remote control may not work exactly
    .

    En

    BASS/TREBLE
    Adjusts the bass/treble level.
    SLEEP
    Enters sleep-timer setting mode.
    BAND
    Selects the radio band.
    5 FUNCTION
    Selects DVD/CD, FM (AM), VIDEO 1 (ANALOG), VIDEO 1
    (DIGITAL), VIDEO 2 (ANALOG) or VIDEO 2 (DIGIT AL)
    function.
    6 cPRESET
    Disc: starts playback.
    Radio: switches between tuning mode and preset mode.
    sCLEAR
    Disc: stops playback.
    Radio: clears a station preset.
    aSET
    Disc: pauses playback.
    Radio: stores the received station to preset.
    fr TUNING-, gt TUNING+
    Disc: skips to a previous or a succeeding chapter/track when
    pressed, searches a chapter/track in fast forward or fast
    reverse playback when held down.
    Radio:manually tunes down or up within the band (tuning
    mode). Selects the preset channel (preset mode).

    ENGLISH

    9



  • Page 10

    7 TOP MENU
    Displays the title menu.

    RANDOM
    Enters random playback mode (CDs only).

    RETURN
    Returns to the previous menu screen.

    REPEAT
    Enters repeat playback mode.

    ikjl ENTER
    Selects the menu item and enters the selected item.

    SLEEP

    MENU
    Displays the menu for DVDs.

    MONO TU
    Switches between stereo or monaural FM reception.
    TITLE/CHP.
    Switches the display between title and chapter

    SETUP
    Enters the setup menu for DVDs.

    .

    4 VIDEO 1
    Selects VIDEO 1 function and the remote control goes to
    VIDEO 1 mode.

    8 VOLUME
    Adjusts the volume.

    VIDEO 2
    Selects VIDEO 2 function and the remote control goes to
    VIDEO 2 mode.
    TV
    The remote control goes to

    TV mode.

    DVD/CD
    Selects DVD/CD function.
    TUNER/BAND
    Selects radio function and the radio band.
    CABLE/SAT.
    The remote control goes to cable/satellite mode.
    5 cPRESET
    sCLEAR
    aSET
    r SLOWG, t SLOWF
    Plays back at slow speed (DVDs only).
    f TUNING-, g TUNING+

    REMOTE CONTROL

    6 TOP MENU

    Buttons with the same or similar names between the remote
    control and the main unit basically serve the same function.
    NOTE
    When the remote control mode is VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, TV or
    CABLE/SA T., you cannot operate the main unit properly . When
    operating the main unit, press DVD/CD or TUNER/BAND. When
    the remote control mode is changed, the function of the main
    unit is also changed.

    .

    +10
    Uses this button for operating other equipment if needed.
    C
    Clear the program memory .
    3 The numbered buttons take on these functions when pressed
    together with SHIFT :
    SP SETUP
    Enters the speaker setting mode.
    MIDNIGHT
    Adjusts dynamic range (Dolby Digital software only).
    ZOOM
    Enlarge the picture (DVDs only).
    PRGM
    Enters programed playback mode (CDs only).

    10 ENGLISH

    ikjlENTER
    TV Ch NM(ik)
    Selects TV channel.
    TV Vol +-(lj)
    Adjusts TV volume.
    MENU
    SETUP

    1 POWER
    2 0-9
    Selects a title/chapter/track of specified number

    vRETURN

    7 SHIFT
    Hold down when pressing a numbered button to change its
    function to that printed above the number
    .
    • e.g., “Press SHIFT+SP SETUP on the remote control”
    means to hold down SHIFT and press 4/SP SETUP to use
    the button for the speaker setting.
    SURROUND
    BASS/TREBLE
    SUBWOOFER (+, -)
    Adjusts the subwoofer level.
    CENTER (+, -)
    Adjusts the center level.
    REAR (+, -)
    Adjusts the rear (surround) level.
    8 MUTE
    Mutes the sound.



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    AUDIO
    Changes audio tracks (DVDs only).
    SUBTITLE
    Changes the subtitle language (DVDs only).
    ON SCREEN
    Displays the disc playback status on the

    TV screen.

    TV/VIDEO
    Switches between TV or VIDEO.
    DIGITAL/ANALOG
    When the function is VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2, selects digital or
    analog input.

    7 Audio signal type indicators
    Indicates the signal type of the current audio track.
    “PCM” lights up when playing back linear PCM audio signal.
    (MPEG audio signal is converted to linear PCM audio signal.)
    “96 kHz” indicates the sampling frequency of linear PCM audio
    signal.
    “dts” lights up when playing back dts (Digital
    Theater System)
    audio signal.

    PREPARATIONS

    ANGLE
    Selects the angle to view the scene (DVDs only).

    8 Input type indicators
    When the function is VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2, “DIGIT AL” or
    “ANALOG” lights up according to the type of audio input.
    “OVER LEVEL” lights up when external analog input level is
    too high.
    9 SLEEP indicator
    Lights up when the sleep function is active.

    9 VOLUME +-

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    DISPLAY WINDOW
    1 Surround playback mode indicators
    Indicates the surround output type in which the source actually
    being played.
    2 Main display
    Shows general information such as the active function, current
    adjustment mode, title/chapter/track number
    , elapsed time or
    radio frequency
    3 TUNE/MONO/1 indicators
    “TUNE” lights up during radio reception.
    MONO/1 indicates the type of radio reception.
    4 Active channel indicators
    Lights up to show each speaker channel.
    • L (Left front)
    • C (Center)
    • R (Right front)
    • LFE (Subwoofer)
    • LS (Left surround)
    • S (lights up when rear channel is monaural)
    • RS (Right surround)
    5 Disc type indicators
    Indicates the type of current disc (DVD, CD or MP3).
    6 Playback mode indicators
    Lights up to show the random, programed and repeat playback
    modes.

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    When VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 is selected with the remote
    control

    BEFORE OPERATION

    The active external audio source is selected by a combination of
    the VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 function button and the DIGITAL/
    ANALOG button on the remote control.
    • Pressing VIDEO 1 selects either the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1
    jack (digital audio input) or the AUDIO VIDEO 1 IN jacks
    (analog audio input).
    • Similarly , pressing VIDEO 2 selects either the OPTICAL IN
    VIDEO 2 jack (digital audio input) or the AUDIO VIDEO 2 IN
    jacks (analog audio input).
    • Pressing DIGITAL/ANALOG switches alternately between the
    selected digital and analog audio inputs.
    The DIGITAL or the ANALOG indicator lights up on the display .
    For example, to select input from the OPTICAL
    1 Press VIDEO 2.
    The name of the selected input is displayed.
    Example: VIDEO 2 is selected

    IN VIDEO 2 jack ;

    2 If “ANALOG” input is selected, as with the case in this example,
    press DIGITAL/ANALOG to switch to the digital audio input.
    DIGITAL indicator lights up.

    TURNING THE POWER ON
    Press POWER 6 STANDBY/ON (POWER on the
    remote control) to turn the unit on and off.

    ADJUSTING VOLUME
    Turn VOLUME, or press VOLUME + or - on the
    remote control.
    The volume level is displayed as a number from MIN(0) to MAX
    (80).
    The volume level is automatically set to 60 when the power is
    turned of f with the volume level set to 61 or higher .
    NOTE
    • When any one of speaker channel level is set to more than +1
    dB (pages 26, 28), the maximum volume level decreases by
    the speaker channel level.

    The video source is shared between the digital and analog
    audio inputs
    The active video source remains the same when audio input is
    switched between digital and analog.
    • When the VIDEO 1 function (i.e., digital audio input from the
    OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 jack) is selected, the video input remains
    that from the VIDEO VIDEO 1 IN jack.
    • Similarly , when the VIDEO 2 function (i.e., digital audio input
    from the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2 jack) is selected, the video
    input remains that from the VIDEO VIDEO 2 IN jack.
    [Overview of external input selection]
    Buttons
    FUNCTION DIGITAL/ANALOG
    DIGITAL
    VIDEO 1
    ANALOG
    DIGITAL
    VIDEO 2
    ANALOG

    Active input jacks
    Audio
    OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1
    AUDIO VIDEO 1 IN L/R
    OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2
    AUDIO VIDEO 2 IN L/R

    Video
    VIDEO VIDEO 1 IN
    VIDEO VIDEO 2 IN

    If the “OVER LEVEL” indicator lights up
    The input level of the analog external source is too high.
    Do not input from the external equipment at high level.

    SELECTING A SOURCE
    Press FUNCTION.
    The function changes as following order .
    1 DVD/CD
    2 FM (AM)
    3 VIDEO 1 (ANALOG)
    4 VIDEO 1 (DIGITAL)
    5 VIDEO 2 (ANALOG)
    6 VIDEO 2 (DIGITAL)
    The current function name appears on the display

    .

    Selecting with the remote control
    Press VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, DVD/CD or TUNER/BAND.

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    The descriptions in this section apply to all types of discs that
    can be played on this unit unless otherwise noted.

    REGION CODE OF THE DISC PLAYER AND
    DVDS
    This DVD player is designed and manufactured for playback of
    region “1” encoded DVD software. Region code appears on most
    DVD labels to indicate which type of player can play the disc.

    BEFORE USE

    1

    SUPPORTED DISC FORMATS
    This unit can play discs with the following logos.
    DVDs
    (8 cm disc/12 cm disc)
    Audio CDs (CDDA)
    (8 cm disc/12 cm disc)

    CD-R/RW
    (8 cm disc/12 cm disc)

    • This unit will play back an MP3-CD. See “DESCRIPTIONS OF
    MP3”, page 14.
    • This unit will play back a finalized CD-R/R W disc.
    However , it may not play a CD-R/R W disc that is recorded on
    personal computers or some kinds of CD-R/R W recorders
    because of dif ferences in recording platforms.
    • Do not load an unrecorded CD-R/R W disc. It will take over 30
    seconds to read the disc. The disc may be damaged if you
    open the disc compartment while the disc is being loaded.
    • Do not attach any seal or label to either side (the recordable
    side or the labeled side) of a CD-R/R W disc. It may cause
    malfunction.
    • This unit cannot play other types of discs such as DVD-ROMs,
    CD-Is, CD-ROMs, PHOTO CDs or Aluminum-lined discs.
    • Do not use irregular shaped CDs such as heart-shaped or
    octagonal discs. It may damage both the unit and the disc.

    A DVD without a “1” or “ALL” on its disc label cannot be played on
    this player . If you try to play such a disc, “WRONG REGION” on
    the TV screen and “DISC ERR” on the unit’ s display will appear .
    Some DVDs may not be properly labeled with a region code,
    although they may be region encoded and thus be limited in its
    playback area.

    SOFTWARE DEPENDENT FEATURES OF
    DVDS
    Some playback operations of DVDs may be intentionally fixed by
    software manufacturers. As this unit plays DVDs according to
    the design of the software manufacturer , some playback features
    of this player may not be available, while other functions may be
    added.
    Refer to the instructions supplied with the DVDs. Some DVDs
    made for business purposes may not be played on this player

    .

    DISC-RELATED TERMS

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    Title (DVD only)
    A title is the largest sub-division of a DVD; a movie for video
    software, or an album for audio software.
    Each title is assigned a title number , enabling you to locate the
    title you want.

    Chapter (DVD only)
    Chapters are sections in a picture or a musical title on a DVD.
    A title is usually composed of several chapters. Each chapter is
    assigned a chapter number , enabling you to locate the chapter
    you want.
    Some discs, however , may not have chapters recorded.

    COLOR SYSTEM SETTING
    This unit is designed for the PAL and NTSC color system.
    For the setting of color system, refer to “TV
    TYPE”, page 31.
    “ NTSC”: When connecting to a NTSC system TV. (Default)
    “ PAL”: When connecting to a P AL system TV.
    “ MULTI”: When connecting to a multi color system
    TV.

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    This unit can play DVD and audio CDs.

    PREPARATIONS

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    Track (audio CD only)
    Tracks are sections of a picture or a musical piece on an audio
    CD.
    Each track is assigned a track number , enabling you to locate
    the track you want.

    NOTE
    • This unit is designed for the NTSC and P AL systems only .
    Systems other than NTSC or P AL, for example NTSC 4.43 or
    SECAM are not suitable for this unit.
    • If the color is abnormal or the picture is distorted in MUL
    TI
    mode, switch to NTSC or P AL.
    • If the disc of the NTSC (P AL) color system is played in P AL
    (NTSC) setting, sometimes the picture is distorted.
    This is
    because of the dif ference between the P AL and the NTSC
    format.

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    COPYRIGHT PROTECTION
    It is forbidden by law to copy , broadcast, show , broadcast via
    cable, play in public, or rent copyright material without permission.
    This unit features the copy protection function developed by
    Macrovision. Copy protection signals are included in some DVD
    discs. If you record such discs on a VCR, picture noise will appear
    during recording and playback.
    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.

    DESCRIPTIONS OF MP3
    • An MP3 file stores audio data compressed using MPEG1, the
    audio layer-3 file-coding scheme.
    • In this manual, CDs, CD-R discs and CD-R W discs are all
    referred to as “discs”.
    • Some files cannot be played back according to the recording
    conditions of disc.

    • Writing utilities
    There are 3 utilities used to record data on a disc.
    1. DAO (Disc At Once) utility
    All data to be written must be prepared in advance and
    written onto a disc from the beginning to the end in one
    operation. No data can be added to a disc on which data
    were already written with DAO utility .
    2. TAO (Track At Once) utility
    Data are written onto a disc file by file. Data can be added to
    a disc on which data were written with
    TAO utility .
    3. Packet writing utility
    Files are divided into smaller pieces while being recorded,
    depending on the size of available spaces on the disc. Data
    can be added to a disc on which data were written with packet
    writing utility .
    This unit can play MP3 discs recorded using DAO and
    TAO
    utilities.
    • Multi-session
    A session is a collection of data, covering from the beginning
    to the end of recording made in one operation. W
    ith TAO (Track
    At Once) utility , data can be recorded with several operations.
    A session corresponds to the data recorded in one operation.
    This unit can play data recorded in the first 2 operations. In
    other words, the unit can play up to 2 sessions.

    Notes on playing MP3 files
    • An MP3 file must be recorded on a disc in the format compliant
    with ISO 9660. Note, however , that the unit may not play files
    in the order they were recorded.
    • The maximum allowable number of files in a disc are as follows:
    - number of files : 512 (including number of folders)
    • The maximum allowable depth of nested folders is 8.
    • It may take 30 seconds or more before the unit can start play
    of MP3 files, depending on the number of recorded files and
    the complexity of the folder tree.
    • As for a multi-session disc, the unit can play up to 2 sessions.
    • The unit may not play MP3 files recorded using a packet writing
    utility .
    • The unit can play MP3 files having a file extension “.mp3”.
    • If you play a non-MP3 file that has the “.mp3” file extension,
    you may hear some noise.

    Notes on display indications during play
    • Up to 11 characters are displayed for the name of a folder or a
    file. ID3TAG information is not displayed. Characters other than
    uppercase letters (“A” to “Z”), numerals (“0” to “9”) and an
    underscore (_) may not be displayed correctly
    .
    • The elapsed playing time may not be displayed correctly for
    MP3 files.

    Terminology
    • ISO 9660
    ISO stands for the “International Organization for
    Standarization”. ISO 9660 determines the file structure for
    the CD-ROMs. This unit can play MP3 files recorded in the
    format compliant with ISO 9660.
    • Nesting of folders
    To organize data files stored in a PC, you can store related
    files in a folder . A folder can contain other folders as well as
    files. For example, folder A can contain folder B, and folder B
    can contain folder C; this is called “nesting of folders”.
    The
    maximum depth of nested folders, allowed by ISO 9660, is 8.

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    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    • File extension
    A 3-character string added to a file name under W indows or
    DOS environment is called “file extension”.
    A file extension is
    used mainly to identify types of files. File extension for MP3
    files is “.mp3”.

    BASIC OPERATIONS

    Notes on creating MP3 discs
    • When converting audio data to MP3
    To enjoy high sound quality , we recommend storing MP3 files
    with a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz and a fixed bit rate of
    128 kbps.
    • When creating MP3 discs
    Do not store more than 512 folders and files in a disc.
    • To play files in the order they were recorded
    1. Use a writing software capable of recording MP3 files in
    numerical and alphabetical order . For details on using the
    software, refer to the operating instructions supplied with
    the software.
    2. Use only one folder . (Do not create a sub-folder within a
    folder .)
    3. Include a two- or three- digit number at the beginning of
    each folder or file name so that the folders and files are
    played in order .
    <example of recommended names>
    01XXXXX.mp3
    02XXXXX.mp3
    03XXXXX.mp3
    04XXXXX.mp3
    05XXXXX.mp3
    <example of names not recommended>
    1XXXXX.mp3
    5XXXXX.mp3
    10XXXXX.mp3
    15XXXXX.mp3
    20XXXXX.mp3
    (Numbers at the beginning have dif ferent digit number .
    The tracks will not be played in this order but played in
    the order of “1”, “10”, “15”, “20” and “5”.)
    • Do not record other format (CDDA etc.,) in MP3 disc. It may
    not be played back properly

    PLAYING A DISC
    1 To play a DVD, turn on the TV and select the proper
    input.
    On your TV, select the input from the VIDEO OUT jack (or the
    S-VIDEO OUT jack, if you are using S-video) of this unit.

    2 Select DVD/CD function.
    Press FUNCTION repeatedly on the main unit or press
    CD on the remote control.

    DVD/

    3 Press zOPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
    4 Place a disc with the labeled side up.

    5 Press zOPEN/CLOSE again to close the disc tray.
    “LOADING” is displayed while the player loads the disc.
    If the disc is not placed correctly , “NO DISC” or “DISC ERR”
    appears on the unit’ s display .

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    DVDs:
    Playback starts automatically .
    If the menu is displayed, see “USING

    STOPPING AND PAUSING
    THE MENU”, below .

    To stop playback
    Press s.
    Playback stops. For DVDs, “RESUME” appears and the unit
    remembers the point at which playback stopped.

    Title number

    Elapsed time of current title

    To switch the number between title and chapter
    , press
    SHIFT+TITLE/CHP. With each press, title or chapter is
    displayed alternately .

    To resume playback from the point where it stopped (DVD
    only)
    Press c.
    Playback starts where it last stopped (Resume function).

    To clear the point to be resumed (DVD only)
    Press s again during stop.
    “ST OP” appears in the TV display . The resume memory is cleared,
    and playback starts at the beginning of the disc when
    c is
    pressed.

    Audio CDs function:

    Last scene function (DVD only)
    Total number of tracks

    Total playing time

    6 If playback does not start automatically, press c
    to start playback.
    To play back DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS sound
    See section “SURROUND PLA YBACK” (pages 24-26).

    To play back an MP3 disc
    Menu screen (SMAR T NAVI) appears on the TV screen after the
    disc is loaded.
    1. Press i,k,j or l to select PLA Y MODE.
    SHIFT+PRGM, RANDOM or REPEAT is also available.
    For the programed playback, see page 20.
    2. Press i,k,j or l to select the folder and press ENTER.
    3. Press i,k,j or l to select the file.
    4. Press c to start playback.
    When the play mode is program, the program file is added
    each time c is pressed. To start playback, press s and then
    press c.
    • 0-9 is also available to select the file up to 2 digit number
    .
    The file with
    properly .

    cannot be played back since it cannot be read

    NOTE
    • When loading an 8-cm (3-inch) disc, put it onto the inner circle
    of the slot.
    • Do not place more than one disc.
    • Do not tilt the unit with disc loaded. Doing so may cause
    malfunctions.

    USING THE MENU
    DVDs with the menu function may automatically display the menu
    screen when the disc is loaded. Operate the menu as follows.

    DVDs

    1 Press i, k, j, or l to select your desired
    program.
    2 Press ENTER to begin playback.
    To manually display the menu
    Press MENU or TOP MENU during playback or stop.
    NOTE
    • The disc continues to spin as long as the menu is displayed.
    • The contents and operation of the software specific menu vary
    with the disc. Follow the instructions on the disc and on the
    menu screen.

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    If the disc is taken out or s is pressed to clear the resume
    memory , resume function is still ef fective (up to 7 discs). Next
    time the disc is loaded, “PRESS PLA Y TO RESUME PLAY”
    appears on the TV screen. To resume playback, press c while
    the message is displayed. If a new disc is loaded when the
    memory is full, the resume data for the oldest disc is erased.
    Last screen function may not work with some discs.

    To pause playback
    Press a.
    To resume playback, press

    c.

    NOTE
    • DVD playback is resumed with the subtitle and audio language
    setting at the time it was stopped, regardless of possible later
    changes.
    • During stop of MP3 disc or resume of DVD, the disc is still
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    Besides the methods described here, discs can also be searched
    by title/chapter (DVDs), track (CDs) or time. See “ON SCREEN
    DISPLAY INFORMATION”, page 23.

    SKIPPING
    Press r or t during playback.
    With each press of t, the disc position skips to the succeeding
    tracks (CDs) or chapters (DVDs).
    When r is pressed once, the disc position skips back to the
    beginning of the current tracks (CDs) or chapters (DVDs).
    When r is pressed twice or more, the disc position skips back
    to the previous tracks (CDs) or chapters (DVDs).
    Depending on scenes, this operation may not function on DVDs.

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    SELECTING A TRACK

    DIRECTLY SELECTING A TRACK WITH THE
    REMOTE CONTROL (CD ONLY)
    A track can be selected directly by entering the track number on
    the remote control, either during playback or stop.

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    Press 0-9 to select the desired track.
    Example:
    To play track 12, press 1, 2.
    To play track 20, press 2, 0.
    Playback begins at the beginning of the selected track and
    continues to the end of the disc.

    FAST FORWARD/REVERSE PLAYBACK
    Press f or g on the remote control or hold
    down f or g on the main unit during playback.
    “ -SCAN x 2” or “ +SCAN x 2” is displayed on the TV screen.
    The disc is played back forward (when pressing
    g) or in reverse
    (when pressing f) at high speed.
    To change playback speed
    Press f or g on the remote control (hold down f or g
    on the main unit) repeatedly .
    With each press:
    DVDs: x 2
    x 4
    x 16
    x 100

    CDs: x 2

    x4

    x8

    To return to normal playback
    Press c.
    NOTE
    • There is no audio during fast DVD playback.
    • The fast playback speed is the value for a disc with an average
    bit rate. The actual speed may be dif ferent for some discs.
    • If the search reaches the beginning or the end of a track, it
    automatically returns to normal playback. (CDs)
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    FRAME ADVANCE AND SLOW PLAYBACK

    REPEAT PLAYBACK

    REPEAT PLAYBACK (DVD)

    FRAME ADVANCE (DVD ONLY)

    Press SHIFT+REPEAT repeatedly on the remote
    control during playback.
    With each press, the Repeat playback mode changes:
    CHAPTER: Repeats the current chapter .

    1 Press a to pause the disc.
    2 Press a repeatedly to advance frames.
    With each press, playback advances one frame.

    TV screen:
    CHAPTER REPEAT ON

    To return to normal playback
    Press c.
    NOTE
    There is no audio during Frame

    Advance.

    SLOW PLAYBACK (DVD ONLY)
    Press SHIFT+ SLOWG or SLOWF on the remote
    control during playback

    TITLE: Repeats the current title.
    TITLE REPEAT ON

    To change the slow playback speed
    With each press, the playback speed changes as follows:
    1/2

    1/4

    To return to normal playback
    Press c.

    1/8

    OFF: Cancels repeat mode. (Normal playback)
    REPEAT OFF

    NOTE
    There is no audio during slow playback.

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    Press SHIFT+REPEAT repeatedly on the remote
    control during playback.
    With each press, the Repeat playback mode changes:
    ONE: Repeats the current track.
    TV screen:

    Unit’ s display

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    REPEAT PLAYBACK (CDs)

    PROGRAMED PLAYBACK
    (CD ONLY)
    You can program up to 32 selected tracks to be played back in
    your desired order .
    If the total playing time of the program exceeds 99 minutes and
    59 seconds, the playing time is not displayed properly
    .

    REPEAT ONE

    ALL: Repeats all tracks on the disc.
    REPEAT ALL

    OFF: Cancels repeat mode. (Normal playback)

    1 Press SHIFT+PRGM on the remote control during
    stop.
    “PRGM” lights up on the unit’

    s display .

    REPEAT OFF

    2 Press 0-9 on the remote control to select the track.
    Example:
    To select track 12, press 1, 2.
    To select track 20, press 2, 0.

    3 Press ENTER.
    To repeat playback of selected track(s)
    Program the track(s) with the programed playback function, and
    then press SHIFT+REPEAT to repeat playback of the programed
    tracks (see “PROGRAMED PLA YBACK”, below).

    The selected track is programed.

    4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to program other tracks.
    5 Press c to start playback.
    The programed tracks are played back in the order of entry

    .

    To stop programed playback
    Press s.

    To return to normal playback mode
    Press SHIFT+PRGM during stop. At this point, the program is
    not cleared. Pressing SHIFT+PRGM again will be back to
    programed playback mode.

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    To check the program
    Press i or k repeatedly during stop in programed playback
    mode.
    With each press, the track numbers appear in the order
    programed on the unit’ s display .

    RANDOM PLAYBACK (CD ONLY)
    All tracks on the disc can be played randomly

    .

    To clear the program
    Press C during stop in the programed playback mode.
    • The program is also cleared in the following cases.
    - The disc tray is opened.
    - The function is switched.
    - The power is turned of f.

    To clear a programed track
    Press i or k to display the track, and then press

    C.

    To add tracks to the program
    Press i to display the last order , and then repeat steps 2 and 3
    during stop in the programed mode. The new tracks are added
    to the end of the program.

    Programed playback for MP3 disc
    1. Press SHIFT + PRGM to enter the program mode.
    Selecting “PROG-END” from PLA Y MODE with i,k,j or l
    also enters the program mode.
    2. Press i,k,j or l to select the folder and press ENTER.
    3. Press i,k,j or l to select the file to be programed.
    4. Press c or ENTER.
    The selected file is programed.

    1 Press SHIFT+RANDOM during stop.
    “RANDOM ON” appears on the
    lights up on the unit’ s diaplay .

    TV screen and “RANDOM”

    RANDOM ON

    Total programed file
    Current programed file
    PROGRAM P04-13

    2 Press c to start random playback.
    To stop random playback
    Press s.
    5. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 to program other files.
    6. Press s and then press c to start playback.
    NOTE
    • Next time the unit enters the program mode, the previous
    program is cleared

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    To cancel random playback
    Press SHIFT+RANDOM again during stop. “RANDOM OFF”
    appears on the TV screen and “RANDOM” disappears and the
    unit goes back to normal playback.
    NOTE
    During random playback you cannot skip back to the previously
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    SUBTITLES (DVD ONLY)
    You can also change the subtitle language if more than one is
    available.

    Operations for special features characteristic to DVDs are
    described here.

    Press SUBTITLE on the remote control repeatedly
    during playback to select the desired subtitle
    language.
    With each press, the subtitle will change.

    1 ENG

    He’s having a great run today, Jim.

    ZOOM FUNCTION (DVD ONLY)

    OFF

    2 FRE

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    SPECIAL DVD FEATURES

    Jim, lui, roule trés bien aujourd´ hui.

    3 SPA

    Press SHIFT+ZOOM on the remote control during
    playback.
    The picture around the center of the screen is enlarged.
    With each press:
    x4

    Jaime está corriendo muy bien.

    Normal playback

    x16

    To move the enlarged picture
    Press i, k, j, or l.

    CHANGING THE ANGLE (DVD ONLY)
    When playing back a scene shot with multi-angles, you can select
    the angle to view the scene.
    “ANGLE AREA IN” or “ANGLE AREA OUT” appears on the TV
    screen to show whether the Angle function is ef fective or not.

    NOTE
    • If you press SUBTITLE when playing a disc without subtitles,
    the “OFF” is displayed.
    • The subtitle language can be changed only if the disc contains
    more than one subtitle language.
    • It may take some discs a few moments after you press
    SUBTITLE until the new subtitles are displayed.
    • Some discs permit switching the subtitle language only through
    a menu screen.

    Press ANGLE on the remote control repeatedly
    to select a viewing angle.
    With each press, the angle will change.

    1

    2

    4

    3

    NOTE
    The Angle function works only when playing back a shot with
    ANGLE when playing back a scene
    multi-angles. If you press
    symbol is
    or a disc without multiple viewing angles, the
    displayed.
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    CHANGING AUDIO TRACKS (DVD ONLY)

    USING A TITLE MENU (DVD ONLY)

    Some DVDs have more than one audio tracks, such as
    soundtracks in dif ferent languages. You can change the audio
    track when playing such discs.

    Some DVDs have two or more titles and one of them can be
    selected.

    1 Press TOP MENU during playback.

    Press AUDIO on the remote control during playback.
    With each press, the audio track will change.

    The title menu appears on the TV screen.
    • Pressing vRETURN resumes playback at the scene from
    which the title menu was called.
    Example:

    1 ENG PCM

    TITLE MENU

    Total channel number
    Signal type
    Audio language

    Rivers

    Castles

    Lovers

    Woods

    2 Press i, k, j or l to select the title and then
    press c or ENTER.
    0-9 are also available to select the title.
    The playback starts.

    2 FRE PCM

    NOTE
    • The contents and operation of the software specific menu vary
    with the disc. Follow the instructions on the disc and on the
    menu screen.
    For signal type information, see “ON SCREEN DISPLA
    INFORMATION”, page 23.

    Y

    USING A DVD MENU
    NOTE
    • The audio track can be changed only if the disc contains
    multiple audio tracks. The number of available audio tracks
    varies with the disc.
    • Some discs permit switching the audio track only through a
    menu screen.

    CHANGING AUDIO CHANNELS (CDs ONLY)
    Use this function when playing CDs with dif
    in the left and right channels.

    ferent sound tracks

    Use this menu to select content, audio, subtitles, etc., from a
    menu (the DVD menu) that is unique to each disc.

    1 Press MENU during playback.
    The DVD menu appears on the TV screen.
    • Pressing vRETURN resumes playback at the scene from
    which the DVD menu was called.
    Example:
    DVD MENU
    1 SUBTITLE
    2 AUDIO

    Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback.

    3 ANGLE

    With each press, the audio channel will change.
    MONO LEFT

    MONO RIGHT

    STEREO

    2 Press i, k, j or l to select the menu item and
    then press ENTER.
    - MONO LEFT: left audio channel is output from both front
    speakers
    - MONO RIGHT: right audio channel is output from both front
    speakers
    - STEREO: normal stereo playback

    22 ENGLISH

    0-9 are also available to select the menu item.
    The playback starts.
    NOTE
    • The contents and operation of the software specific menu vary
    with the disc. Follow the instructions on the disc and on the
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    [DVD]

    Press j or l to select the desired item.

    The information of current disc is displayed on the
    TV screen
    and you can select title, chapter or audio language etc.

    Press ON SCREEN on the remote control during
    playback.

    1 23

    1

    5 6

    1

    shows the title number .
    Press 0-9 to select the desired title and then press
    ENTER.

    2

    shows the chapter number .
    Press 0-9 to select the desired chapter and then press
    ENTER.

    3

    shows the elapsed playing time.
    Press 0-9 to input the desired time and then press
    ENTER.
    Example:
    To specify 1:17:30 (1 hour 17 minutes 30 seconds),
    press 1, 1, 7, 3 and 0.
    To specify 0:08:07 (8 minutes 7 seconds), press 8, 0
    and 7.

    4

    shows the audio sound track language and the audio
    signal type.
    Press AUDIO to select the desired audio track.
    For the audio signal type information, one of the
    following will be displayed;
    : Dolby Digital signal.

    On screen display information is displayed on the
    TV screen.
    When the menu screen is displayed, on screen display
    information is not displayed.
    [CD]

    4

    2

    En

    dts: DTS signal.

    1

    2

    PCM: Linear PCM signal.
    MP: MPEG audio signal.
    For the number of audio channel, for example,

    shows the current track/total tracks.
    Press 0-9 to select the desired track and press
    ENTER.

    = [Conventional stereo] two front channels (left
    and right) and no rear channel.
    = [5.1-channel surround] three front channels
    (left, right and center), two rear channels (left rear and
    right rear) and LFE (Low Frequency Ef fects).

    shows the elapsed playing time.

    5

    shows the subtitle information.
    Press SUBTITILE to select the desired subtitle
    language.

    6

    shows the angle information.
    Press
    ANGLE to select the desired angle.

    To clear ON SCREEN DISPLAY
    Press ON SCREEN again.

    To move ON SCREEN DISPLAY up or down
    Press i or k.

    ENGLISH

    PLAYING DVDS AND AUDIO CDS

    ON SCREEN DISPLAY INFORMATION

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    SURROUND PLAYBACK
    This unit comes equipped with a built-in Dolby Digital
    decoder, Dolby Pro Logic decoder and a DTS decoder.

    PLAYING WITH SURROUND SOUND

    With this unit’ s built-in Dolby Digital decoder , Dolby Pro Logic
    decoder , DTS decoder and the speaker system (the center ,
    surround speaker units and the subwoofer supplied in addition
    to the left and right front speakers), Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic,
    or DTS sources can be played back in full scale home theater
    sound.
    Dialogs are heard in the front and center sound field, while
    ambient sounds like cars and crowds are reproduced on all sides
    of the listener , all in all for an incredibly lifelike audio-visual
    experience.
    Dolby Digital and DTS are multichannel system (maximum 5.1
    channel) which record audio signals digitally
    .
    5.1 channel means left, center and right front channels, separate
    left and right surround channels, plus a low-frequency ef
    fects
    (LFE) channel, counted as “0.1” channel.
    Dolby Digital and DTS tracks may also come in 1 or 2 channels
    (monaural or stereo, respectively), or in fact, any number of
    channels within the limit. (Sources with 3 or more channels will
    be refered to as a multichannel source) .
    logo.
    Dolby Digital software is marked with the
    DTS software is marked with the

    logo.

    Dolby Pro Logic is an analog audio multichannel system with
    four independent channels; left, center , right, and surround. These
    four channels are coded into the two tracks of a conventional
    analog stereo source.
    Dolby Pro Logic VCR software is marked with the
    Hlogo.
    NOTE
    • This unit does not support multichannel playback of MPEG
    Multichannel sources.
    • Make sure all the supplied speakers are placed and connected
    properly (pages 5 and 6).

    1 Play back the surround source.
    • Make sure to select the video input from this unit on your
    TV.
    • DVDs may contain several audio tracks, such as a Dolby
    Digital track and a DTS track, or Dolby Digital tracks in
    dif ferent channel configurations, etc.
    If necessary , press AUDIO on the remote control to change
    the playback track (page 22).

    2 Press SURROUND repeatedly to select the
    desired surround mode.
    With each press:
    For a Dolby Digital/DTS multichannel source
    DOLBY DIGITAL/DIGITAL THEATER

    STEREO

    DOLBY DIGITAL/DIGITAL THEATER: multichannel surround
    sound
    STEREO: 2 channel stereo sound (Select this mode when
    neither the center nor the surround speaker units are
    connected.)
    For a Dolby Digital 2 ch source

    PRO LOGIC

    STEREO

    For a source except stated above
    (Linear PCM or ANALOG, etc.)

    PRO LOGIC

    THEATER

    HALL

    STADIUM

    STEREO
    PRO LOGIC: Surround sound
    THEATER: Sound presence of a theater
    HALL: Sound presence of a concert hall
    STADIUM: Sound presence of a stadium
    STEREO: Normal stereo playback
    • The signal type indicator lights up according to the signal
    type and other conditions (see “SURROUND PLA YBACK
    MODE INDICATION”, page 25).

    To adjust the sound level of the speakers during playback
    See “ADJUSTING SPEAKER LEVELS”, page 28.
    NOTE
    • When the headphones are plugged in, surround mode
    automatically switches to the STEREO mode.
    • When playing back 96 kHz Linear PCM source, surround mode
    automatically switches to the STEREO mode.

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    SURROUND PLAYBACK

    SURROUND PLAYBACK MODE INDICATION

    SPEAKER SETTING

    The “ h DIGITAL”, “dts” and “ h PRO LOGIC” indicators show
    your present playback condition as follows;

    “h DIGITAL” indicator lights up...
    when a Dolby Digital source is played back.

    “dts” indicator lights up...
    when a DTS source is played back.

    “h PRO LOGIC” indicator lights up...
    when a 2-channel source, such as the following, is played back
    with PRO LOGIC mode:
    • Dolby Pro Logic source (such as a video cassette recorded in
    Pro Logic played back on a connected VCR player)
    • 2-channel Dolby Digital source (DVD etc.,)

    If the source does not play in your desired
    playback mode
    Your actual surround playback condition is determined by a
    number of factors. Check the following;
    – type of signal and number of channels on your source
    For example, a Dolby Digital or a DTS disc may come in
    its full 5.1 channels, or in 2 channels, etc. Press ON
    SCREEN on the remote control to check the audio signal
    type information.
    See “ON SCREEN DISPLA Y INFORMATION”, page 23.
    – selected track
    Your disc may of fer a choice among several types of sound
    mixes. Check that your desired mix is selected with the
    AUDIO button on the remote control.
    See “CHANGING AUDIO TRACKS”, page 22.
    – type of connection
    If you are using analog connection, Dolby Digital or DTS
    playback is disabled.

    NOTE
    • When the remote control is VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, TV or CABLE/
    SAT. mode, press i,k,jor l with pressing SHIFT.

    SETTING UP THE SPEAKER SIZE
    You can set each speaker size and whether they are present or
    not.

    1 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.
    2 Press i or k to select “SP SIZE”.
    With each press:
    SP SIZE

    SP DIST

    BALANCE

    TEST TONE

    3 Press l .
    4 Press i or k to select the speaker for setting.
    With each press:

    FRONT

    CENTER

    SURROUND

    SW

    5 Press l .
    6 Press i or k to select the speaker type.
    With each press:

    FRONT:
    CENTER:

    F-LARGE
    C-LARGE

    F-SMALL
    C-SMALL

    C-NONE

    SURROUND:S-LARGE

    S-SMALL

    S-NONE

    SW:

    SW-NO

    SW-YES

    LARGE: Large speaker . When bass playback is possible. (100
    Hz or lower is the target.)
    SMALL: Small speaker . When bass playback is not possible.
    NONE: When not using the center or the surround speakers.
    YES: When using a subwoofer .
    NO: When not using a subwoofer .
    (Default: F-SMALL, C-SMALL, S-SMALL, SW -YES)

    7 Press l.
    “ENTER” flashes. Then the selected item is displayed. If you
    set other speaker , press l to go back to step 4.
    When the setting is not changed, the unit goes back to step
    4.
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    8 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.

    ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER CHANNEL
    LEVEL

    The setting is completed.
    NOTE
    • When “F-SMALL” is selected, “SW -YES” is automatically set
    and cannot be changed.
    • “CENTER” and “SURROUND” cannot be set when STEREO
    mode is selected. (See “PLA YING WITH SURROUND SOUND”,
    page 24)

    Using a test signal, the sound level of all available channels should
    be adjusted so that the volume level from each speaker sounds
    equal.

    1 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.
    2 Press i or k to select “TEST TONE”.
    With each press:

    ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER DISTANCE
    Adjusts the speaker distance so that sounds from each speaker
    can reach the listening position at the same time.

    2 Press i or k to select “SP DIST”.

    BALANCE

    TEST TONE

    3 Press l .

    L

    With each press:
    SP DIST

    SP DIST

    The test signal automatically cycles through the channels in
    the following order:

    1 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.

    SP SIZE

    SP SIZE

    BALANCE

    C

    R

    RS

    LS

    TEST TONE
    (L: Left front, C: Center , R: Right front, RS: Right Surround,
    LS: Left Surround)

    3 Press l .
    4 Press i or k to select the speaker for setting.
    With each press:

    FRONT

    CENTER

    4 While the desired channel is displayed, press i
    or k to adjust the channel level.
    Adjustable range: –10 to +10(dB)

    5 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.

    SURROUND

    The setting is completed.

    5 Press l .
    6 Press i or k to adjust the distance from each
    speaker to the listening position.
    Default:
    FRONT:
    F
    CENTER:
    C
    SURROUND: S

    17FT (feet)
    17FT (feet)
    12FT (feet)

    Adjustable range: 1FT to 30FT (for each speaker)

    7 Press l.
    The adjusted level is set and back to step 4.

    8 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.
    The setting is completed.

    ADJUSTING THE LEVEL BALANCE OF THE
    FRONT SPEAKERS
    1 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.
    2 Press i or k to select “BALANCE”.
    With each press:
    SP SIZE

    SP DIST

    BALANCE

    TEST TONE

    3 Press l .
    4 Press i or k to adjust the level balnce.
    Default:
    L 0dB (Left front)
    R 0dB (Right front)
    Press l to switch the display between “L” and “R”.

    5 Press SHIFT+SP SETUP.
    The setting is completed.

    26 ENGLISH

    NOTE
    • When the volume level is set to 80, any one of speaker channel
    level cannot be set to more than +1 dB.
    • When the surround mode is set to the STEREO mode (page
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    Your receiver can receive FM and AM radio broadcast.

    RADIO RECEPTION

    PRESET TUNING
    The unit can store up to 32 preset stations for each band (FM,
    AM). Presetting allows you to tune in to a station directly
    . 5 stations
    are preset with test frequency for each band. (factory setting)

    Automatic Presetting
    The tuner scans through the receivable frequency range and
    stores stations automatically .

    1 Select the band.
    2 Hold down SETa for 3 seconds.
    The tuner searches for a station.
    Stations with weak signals may not be stored.

    To stop automatic presetting manually
    Press SETa again.
    NOTE
    If you use automatic presetting, previously stored stations are
    overwritten.

    RADIO RECEPTION SURROUND PLAYBACK

    RADIO RECEPTION

    Manual Presetting
    1 Press PRESET c to display “TUNING”.
    2 Tune in to the desired station.

    MANUAL TUNING

    3 Press SETa.

    1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select TUNER
    function.
    On the remote control, press

    TUNER/BAND.

    2 Press BAND to select a band.
    On the remote control, press

    4 Within 5 seconds, press TUNING + or - to select
    preset number.

    En

    5 Press SETa to store the station.

    TUNER/BAND.

    3 Press PRESET c to display “TUNING”.

    Preset Tuning

    4 Press TUNING + or - to select a station.

    On the main unit

    "TUNE" lights up during radio reception.
    " 1" lights up for FM stereo reception.

    AUTO SEARCH

    1 Select the band.
    2 Press PRESET c to display “PRESET”.
    3 Press TUNING+ or - to select the preset number.
    On the remote control

    1 Select a band.
    2 Press PRESET c to display “TUNING”.
    3 Hold down TUNING + or - until the search
    begins.
    The unit starts searching the band, and stops when it tunes
    in to a station.

    To stop auto search manually
    Press TUNING + or -.
    NOTE
    Auto search may not stop at stations with weak signals.

    1 Select the band.
    2 Press 0-9 to enter the preset number.
    Example:
    To select 21, press, 2, 1.

    To clear a station preset
    1 Tune in to the station to be cleared by preset tuning.
    The preset will not be cleared if you tuned in to a station by
    manual tuning.
    2 Press s.
    The preset is cleared.

    ENGLISH

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    SOUND AND TIMER ADJUSTMENTS

    ADJUSTMENTS
    ADJUSTING THE ANTENNAS
    FM antenna:

    Sound and timer adjustment are possible on this unit.

    SOUND ADJUSTMENTS

    Extend fully and position for the best possible reception.
    An outdoor antenna is recommended for better reception. See
    “CONNECTING AN OUTDOOR ANTENNA”, page 8.

    AM antenna:
    Position and rotate the antenna to find the best reception.

    Changing FM reception to monaural
    Press SHIFT+MONO TU on the remote control. “MONO” appears
    on the display .
    Monaural reception will reduce noise if FM stereo reception
    contains noise.
    To return to stereo reception, repeat the above.

    If reception contains noise interference
    Move the unit away from other electrical appliances, especially
    digital audio devices, or turn of f the appliances that generate
    noise signals.

    Changing the AM tuning interval
    The default tuning interval of the receiver is 10 kHz/step. When
    using the receiver in a 9 kHz/step area, change the tuning interval.
    Select AM band and hold down BAND on the main unit.
    Repeat to return to 10 kHz/step.
    NOTE
    Changing the AM tuning interval will return the station presets to
    the initial setting.

    ADJUSTING SPEAKER LEVELS
    First, adjust the speaker levels with a test signal (page 26).
    After
    that, if needed, adjust the speaker levels by following way with
    playing back a software.

    Press SUBWOOFER(+,-), CENTER(+,-) or REAR
    (+,-) on the remote control to adjust subwoofer,
    center or surround speakers level.
    NOTE
    • When the volume level is set to 80, any one of speaker channel
    level cannot be set to more than +1 dB.

    ADJUSTING THE BASS/TREBLE LEVEL
    1 Press BASS/TREBLE repeatedly to select “BAS”
    or “TRE”.
    2 Turn VOLUME (press VOLUME+ or - on the
    remote control) to adjust bass/treble level.
    Adjustable range: –10 to +10 (dB)
    NOTE
    • BASS/TREBLE is only ef fective for front speakers and
    headphone.

    MUTING SOUND
    Press MUTE on the remote control.
    “MUTE” appears on the display
    the headphones is muted.

    To cancel muting
    Press MUTE again.

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    OVERVIEW OF THE SETUP MENU

    1 Play the Dolby Digital sound.

    There are 4 major menu items that can be adjusted.
    are as follows:

    See “PLA YING WITH SURROUND SOUND”, page 24.

    2 Press SHIFT+MIDNIGHT repeatedly to select
    desired mode.
    [NIGHT MIN]
    Minimum dynamic range compression. Enjoy the full dynamic
    range of the sound track as experienced in a movie theater
    [NIGHT STD]
    Standard dynamic range compression recommended by the
    software producers when playing back at home. Default.
    [NIGHT MAX]
    Maximum dynamic range compression. Keeps soft sounds
    and dialogs intelligible even with the overall volume turned
    down. Select this mode when you have to keep the volume
    low, for example, when playing back late at night.

    .

    SLEEP TIMER
    This unit can be set to turn of
    period of time.

    Their function

    1 RATING (page 30)
    Sets the rating limit of DVDs allowed to play back on this unit
    when playing discs with restriction level encoding.
    With discs that include scenes with excessive violence, for
    example, this setting can be used either to automatically cut
    such scenes or to disable playback altogether
    , depending on
    the disc.

    2 PASSWORD (page 30)
    The password needs to be entered not to prevent the playback
    of the disc whose rating level is higher than the unit’
    s setting.
    The password can be changed to your taste.
    When the password is required, even if you input the wrong
    password, the password cannot be cleared. Be careful not to
    input the wrong password. If you fail in inputting password,
    reinsert the disc and then repeat the procedure.

    3 TV DISPLAY (page 31)
    f automatically after a specified

    Press SLEEP repeatedly to set the sleep timer
    duration.
    On the remote control, press SHIFT+SLEEP.
    The sleep-time can be changed from 10 to 90 minutes in 10minute steps.

    Sets the aspect ratio of the video signal sent to your connected
    TV set. The preference setting for the 4:3 or 16:9
    representation of wide format software is only ef
    fective when
    playing a disc of fering such a choice.

    En

    4 TV TYPE (page 31)
    Sets “TV TYPE” according to the color system of the connected
    TV.

    To check the time remaining until the power turns off
    Press SLEEP once (press SHIFT+SLEEP on the remote control).
    The remaining time is displayed for 4 seconds.

    To cancel the sleep timer
    Press SLEEP (press SHIFT+SLEEP on the remote control)
    repeatedly to clear the sleep-timer display .

    SOUND AND TIMER
    ADJUSTMNTS

    In Dolby Digital, dynamic range between soft and loud sounds
    can be adjusted to suit your desired playback volume.

    Various default settings related to the DVD player and the
    TV monitor can be changed as needed or preferred.

    CUSTOMIZING
    DVD SETUP

    ADJUSTING DYNAMIC RANGE (DOLBY
    DIGITAL)

    RADIO RECEPTION

    CUSTOMIZING DVD SETUP

    The “TV DISPLAY” setting and the “TV TYPE” setting
    need to be set specifically to match your configuration of
    connected equipment.
    • The default “TV DISPLA Y” setting has to be changed if
    you are connecting to a 16:9 (wide) ratio TV set.
    • Changing the default “TV TYPE” may be needed depending
    on your TV type.
    Any other setting can be changed or kept as is, according
    to your preferences.

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    BASIC MENU OPERATIONS
    Basic operation of the SETUP

    MENU is described here.

    RATING
    Sets the rating limit allowed to playback on this unit when playing
    discs with restriction level encoding.
    To change the restriction
    level, you have to input the password.
    The default setting is “UNLOCK”.

    1 Select “RATING” in the “SETUP MENU”.
    2 Press ENTER.
    3 Use 0-9 to input password.
    default: 1234
    SETUP MENU
    RATING
    PASSWORD
    TV DISPLAY
    TV TYPE

    UNLOCK
    INPUT - - - 4:3 /LB
    NTSC

    PLEASE ENTER PASSWORD

    4Press ENTER.
    5 Press ENTER repeatedly to select your desired level.

    1 Select DVD/CD function.
    Press FUNCTION repeatedly on the main unit or press DVD/
    CD on the remote control.

    2 Press SETUP.

    “UNLOCK” cancels the rating level.
    The smaller the number , the higher the level of restriction.
    For instance, setting the rating level to 1 will restrict playback
    of all discs with a rating level from 2 to 8, either by cutting
    certain scenes or disabling playback altogether
    , depending on
    the disc.
    Check your disc for details.

    The “SETUP MENU” screen is displayed.

    6 Press SETUP.
    SETUP MENU
    RATING
    PASSWORD
    TV DISPLAY
    TV TYPE

    UNLOCK
    CHANGE
    4:3 /LB
    NTSC

    The setting is completed.

    PASSWORD

    SET RATING

    3 Press i or k to select the item to be changed.
    4 Press ENTER to select the desired setting.
    5 Press SETUP.
    To exit the setup menu
    Press SETUP.

    To confirm your setting
    1 Press SETUP to display the setup menu.
    2 Press SETUP again to exit the setup menu without making
    changes.

    The password needs to be entered not to prevent the playback
    of the disc whose rating level is higher than the unit’
    s setting.
    The password can be changed to your taste.

    1 Select “PASSWORD” in the “SETUP MENU” and press
    ENTER.

    SETUP MENU
    RATING
    PASSWORD
    TV DISPLAY
    TV TYPE

    OLD : - - - NEW: - - - 4:3 /LB
    NTSC

    PLEASE ENTER OLD PASSWORD

    2 Use 0-9 to input four-digit old password.
    NOTE
    • While the setup screen is displayed, you will not be able to
    perform other operations on the unit. Press
    SETUP again to
    exit the setup screen first.

    default: 1234

    3 Use 0-9 to input four-digit new password.
    Do not forget the password you set!

    4 Press ENTER.
    5 Press SETUP.
    The setting is completed.

    If you forget your password (Resetting the DVD setup)
    1 Press SETUP to display SETUP MENU.
    2 Select “RA TING” in the “SETUP MENU” and press ENTER.
    3 Input four-digit number “2580” and press
    ENTER.
    All the item of the DVD setup are reset.

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    TV TYPE

    Sets the aspect ratio of the video signal sent to your connected
    TV set.

    Set “TV TYPE” according to the color system of the connected
    TV.

    SETUP MENU
    RATING
    PASSWORD
    TV DISPLAY
    TV TYPE

    SETUP MENU

    UNLOCK
    CHANGE
    4:3 /LB
    NTSC

    RATING
    PASSWORD
    TV DISPLAY
    TV TYPE

    SET TV DISPLAY MODE

    The default setting is “4:3 /LB (letterbox)”.
    If you are connecting to a 16:9 (wide) ratio
    setting to “16:9 WIDE”.

    CUSTOMIZING DVD SETUP

    TV DISPLAY

    UNLOCK
    CHANGE
    4:3 /LB
    NTSC

    SET TV STANDARD

    1 Select “TV TYPE” in the “SETUP MENU”.
    TV set, change the

    1 Select “TV DISPLAY” in the “SETUP MENU”.

    2 Press ENTER to select the desired setting.
    “NTSC”
    When connencting to a NTSC system

    TV. (Default)

    2 Press ENTER repeatedly to select the desired setting.
    “PAL”
    “4:3/LB (Letter Box)”
    Media recorded in wide (16:9) format will be played in
    “letterbox” style, with black bands at the top and bottom of the
    screen.

    When connencting to a P AL system TV.

    “MULTI”
    When connencting to a multi color system

    TV.

    3 Press SETUP.
    When the SETUP MENU screen is not displayed properly.

    “4:3/PS (Pan & Scan)”
    Media recorded in wide (16:9) format will be played at the full
    screen height, with the left and right portions cut of
    f.

    1. Press SETUP to exit the SETUP MENU
    2. Hold down BAND repeatedly until NTSC, P AL or MULTI is
    displayed on the TV screen. The setting with BAND button is
    temporary . If the disc is removed or the function is changed,
    the setting is canceled. When you change the setting with
    BAND button, the setting of the SETUP MENU also needs to
    be changed.
    NOTE
    • If the color is abnormal or the picture is distorted in MUL
    TI
    mode, switch to NTSC or P AL.
    • If the disc of the NTSC (P AL) color system is played in P AL
    (NTSC) setting, sometimes the picture is distorted.
    This is
    because of the dif ference between the P AL and the NTSC
    format.

    “16:9 WIDE”
    Select this when a wide-screen TV is connected. Media
    recorded in wide (16:9) format can be played on the full screen.
    (The wide-screen TV also needs to be set to wide-screen.)

    3 Press SETUP.
    The setting is completed.

    ENGLISH

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    GENERAL
    Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor picture quality
    and sound distortion. Before playing, clean the disc with a clean
    cloth. W ipe the disc from the center out.

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE
    HANDLING THE UNITS
    When shipping the unit
    The original shipping carton and packing materials come in handy
    For maximum protection, re-pack the units as it was originally
    packed at the factory .

    .

    When setting the unit
    The picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR or radio may be
    distorted during DVD playback. In this case, position the unit away
    from the TV, radio or VCR.

    To keep the surface clean
    Do not use volatile liquids, such as insecticide spray
    , near the
    units. Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the
    units for a long period of time. They will leave marks on the
    surface.

    HANDLING DISCS
    Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
    Hold the disc by the edges so that fingerprints will not get on the
    surface.
    Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.

    CLEANING THE UNITS
    To clean the cabinet
    Use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty
    , use a
    soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
    use strong solvents, such as alcohol, benzene or thinner
    , as these
    might damage the surface of the units.

    To obtain a clear picture
    The DVD player is a high-tech, precision device. If the optical
    pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty or worn down, the
    picture quality will be poor .
    Regular inspection and maintenance are recommended after
    every 1,000 hours of use. (This depends on the operating
    environment.)
    For details, please contact your Aiwa dealer .

    CLEANING DISCS

    32 ENGLISH

    Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzene, thinner
    commercially available cleaners or anti-static spray intended for
    analog records.

    STORING DISCS
    After playing, store the disc in its case.
    Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat, or
    leave it in a parked car exposed to direct sunlight, as there may
    be a considerable temperature increase inside the car
    .

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    If the unit fails to perform as described in these Operating
    Instructions, check the following guide.

    RECEIVER
    GENERAL
    There is no sound.
    • Is the AC cord connected properly?
    • Is there a bad connection? ( ➞ pages 5 and 6)
    • There may be a short circuit in the speaker terminals.
    ➞ Disconnect the AC cord, then correct the speaker
    connections.
    • Was an incorrect function selected?
    • Was the MUTE button pressed?

    Sound is not heard from either of the front speakers.
    • Is the speaker level adjusted properly?

    There is no sound from the center and the surround
    speakers when playing Dolby Digital, DTS or Dolby Pro
    Logic sound.
    • Is the surround mode appropriate for your speaker configuration
    selected? ( ➞ page 24)

    An erroneous display or a malfunction occurs.
    ➞ Reset the unit as stated below .

    The power cannot be turned on.
    ➞ Disconnect the AC cord, and connect it again in a few
    seconds.

    The remote control does not work.
    ➞ Press the source button (VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, TV, DVD/CD,
    TUNER/BAND, CABLE/SA T.) to confirm the remote control
    mode. ( ➞ page 10)

    TUNER SECTION
    There is constant, wave-like static.
    • Is the antenna connected properly? (
    • Is the signal weak?
    ➞ Connect an outdoor antenna.

    ➞ page 6)

    The reception contains noise interferences or the sound
    is distorted.
    • Is the system picking up external noise or multipath distortion?
    ➞ Change the orientation of the antenna.
    ➞ Move the unit away from other electrical appliances.

    DISC PLAYER
    The disc does not play.
    • Check your connection.
    • Is the disc correctly placed? ( ➞ page 15)
    • Is the disc dirty? ( ➞ page 32)
    • Is the lens af fected by condensation?
    ➞ Wait approximately one hour and try again.
    • Are you trying to use a disc that can’t be played, such as a CDROM? (➞ page 13)
    • [DVD only] Does the disc exceed the specified rating level? (

    page 30)
    • [DVD only] Is the unit connected through a video deck, through
    a selector switch, or to a TV set with a built-in video deck?
    ➞ The picture may be bad when used with some television sets
    or projectors, due to the DVD copy protection scheme.
    The picture quality may also suf fer if the DVD player is
    connected through a selector switch with other video
    equipment. Try turning of f the power to the other video
    equipment.
    ➞ The picture quality may be somewhat poor when paused,
    during Frame Advance, fast forward or fast reverse. This is
    normal.
    • Check the color system setting. ( ➞ page 31)

    GENERAL

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

    The DVD does not play according to your preferences.
    • Check your setup. ( ➞ page 29)
    • Many DVD features, such as the menu, subtitles, multi-audio,
    multi-angle, rating functions, are dependent on the DVD
    software itself. Check the instructions for your disc.

    When connecting the TV for the first time, no picture
    appears on the TV screen.
    • Check the color system setting. (

    ➞ page 31)

    En

    RESETTING THE UNIT
    If an unusual condition occurs in the display window
    unit as follows.

    , reset the

    Hold down s for 4 seconds.
    Everything(except for the DVD setup) stored in the unit’
    s memory
    after purchase is canceled.
    For resetting the DVD setup, see “If you forget your password”,
    page 30.

    ENGLISH

    33



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    SPECIFICATIONS
    Main unit HT-DV90
    FM tuner section
    Tuning range
    87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
    Usable sensitivity (IHF)
    16.2 dBf
    Antenna jack
    75 ohms (unbalanced)

    Usable sensitivity
    Antenna

    Power requirements
    Power consumption
    Power consumption
    in standby mode
    Dimensions
    (W x H x D)
    Weight

    520 kHz to 1720 kHz (10 kHz step)
    531 kHz to 1629 kHz (9 kHz step)
    700 µV/m
    Loop antenna

    COLOR system
    Supported discs

    Amplifier section
    Power output

    Front
    Rated: 38 W + 38 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D.
    less than 1 %, 6 ohms)
    Reference: 50 W + 50 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz,
    T.H.D. less than 10 %, 6 ohms)
    Setting range: 1FT to 30FT (feet)
    Rear (Surround)
    Rated: 38 W + 38 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D.
    less than 1 %, 6 ohms)
    Reference: 50 W + 50 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz,
    T.H.D. less than 10 %, 6 ohms)
    Setting range: 1FT to 30FT (feet)
    Center
    Rated: 38 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D. less
    than 1 %, 6 ohms)
    Reference: 50 W (40 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D. less
    than 10 %, 6 ohms)
    Setting range: 1FT to 30FT (feet)
    Subwoofer
    Rated: 38 W (40 - 200 Hz, T.H.D. less than 1
    %, 6 ohms)
    Reference: 50 W (40 - 200 Hz, T.H.D. less
    than 10 %, 6 ohms)
    Total harmonic distortion
    0.2 % (10 W, 1 kHz, 6 ohms, DIN AUDIO,
    Front)

    Input/output
    Input

    Output

    34 ENGLISH

    120V AC, 60 Hz
    85 W
    4W
    430 x 70 x 311 mm
    (17 x 2 7/8 x 12 1/4 in.)
    4.3 kg (9 lbs 8 oz)

    Disc player section

    AM tuner section
    Tuning range

    General

    AUDIO VIDEO 1 IN, AUDIO VIDEO 2 IN: 370
    mV (47 kohms)
    OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1, OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2:
    accept linear PCM signals and Dolby Digital
    and DTS surround bitstream (32 kHz, 44.1
    kHz, 48 kHz, and 96 kHz)
    VIDEO VIDEO 1 IN, VIDEO VIDEO 2 IN:
    1 Vp-p (75 ohms, unbalanced)
    AUDIO VIDEO 1 OUT: 350 mV (47 kohms)
    OPTICAL OUT
    VIDEO VIDEO 1 OUT, VIDEO OUT:
    1 Vp-p (75 ohms, unbalanced)
    S-VIDEO OUT
    Y output: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms)
    C output: 0.286 Vp-p
    FRONT SPEAKERS: accept speakers of 6
    ohms
    SURROUND SPEAKERS: accept speakers
    of 6 ohms
    CENTER SPEAKER: accepts speakers of 6
    ohms
    SUB WOOFER terminal: 6 ohms
    SUB WOOFER jack: 1 V
    PHONES (mini jack): accepts headphones
    of 32 ohms or more

    NTSC/MULTI/PAL (Switchable)
    DVD video discs
    12 cm (single-sided single-layer , single-sided
    double-layer , double-sided-double layer)
    8 cm (single-sided single-layer , single-sided
    double-layer , double-sided-double layer)
    Compact discs (CD-DA, CD-R/RW)
    12 cm and 8 cm discs

    Audio output characteristics
    Frequency range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Operating conditions 5˚C to 35˚C (41˚F to 95˚F)

    Speaker system
    Speakers

    Front, Surround, Center: full range, 100 mm
    (4 in.) bass reflex type
    Subwoofer: 200 mm (7 7/8 in.), bass reflex
    type
    Impedance
    6 ohms
    Maximum input power
    55 W (peak)
    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    SX-F90 (Front) : 1 15 x 153 x 138 mm
    (45/8 x 6 1/8 x 5 1/2 in.)
    SX-R90 (Surround) : 115 x 153 x 138 mm
    (45/8 x 6 1/8 x 5 1/2 in.)
    SX-C90 (Center) : 153 x 115 x 138 mm
    (61/8 x 4 5/8 x 5 1/2 in.)
    TS-W90 (Subwoofer) : 180 x 335 x 390 mm
    (71/8 x 13 1/4 x 15 3/8 in.)
    Weight
    SX-F90 (Front) : 1 kg (2 lbs 3 oz)

    SX-R90 (Surround) : 0.8 kg (1 lbs 12 oz)
    SX-C90 (Center) : 1 kg (2 lbs 3 oz)
    TS-W90 (Subwoofer) : 4.9 kg (10 lbs 13 oz)
    Specifications and external appearance are subject to change
    without notice.

    • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”,
    “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
    Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. ©1992-1997
    Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
    • Manufactured under license from Digital theater Systems, Inc.
    US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued
    and pending. “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks
    of Digital theater Systems, Inc. ©1996 Digital theater systems,
    Inc. All rights reserved.



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    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    BRAND CODES/CÓDIGOS DE MARCAS/CODES DE MARQUE
    TV brand code/Código de marca de televisior/Codes de marque de televiseur
    Brand
    Marca
    Marque
    ABEX

    Code
    Código
    Code
    272

    ADMIRAL

    101

    AIWA

    100

    271
    CXC

    138

    DAEWOO

    104
    105

    FUNAI

    138

    279

    146

    IMA

    138

    FUTURETEC

    138

    INFINITY

    162

    GE

    103

    JBL

    162

    106

    104

    JC PENNY

    104

    AKAI

    102

    117

    106

    105

    ALLERON

    146

    118

    110

    106

    AMTRON

    138

    271

    119

    108

    ANAM

    111

    ANAM NATIONAL
    AOC

    DAYTRON

    104

    121

    122

    145

    106

    122

    152

    153

    271

    152

    154

    291

    DIMENSIA

    185

    154

    158

    103

    DUMONT

    104

    155

    163

    138

    ELECTROBAND

    102

    185

    172

    104

    ELECTROHOME

    103

    187

    185

    105

    104

    200

    187

    106

    106

    221

    205

    107

    119

    230

    228

    AUDIOVOX

    138

    122

    264

    271

    BELCOR

    104

    104

    265

    272

    BELL & HOWELL

    101

    106

    262

    112

    GIBRALTER

    104

    JCB

    102

    BRADFORD

    138

    124

    GRUNDY

    138

    JENSEN

    104

    BROKWOOD

    104

    125

    146

    CANDLE

    104

    126

    271

    106

    127

    108

    128

    CELEBRITY

    102

    129

    CITIZEN

    104

    130

    106

    131

    108

    COLORTYME
    CONCERTO
    CONTEC/CONY

    EMERSON

    281

    281

    106
    JVC

    112

    104

    113

    106

    154

    HARVARD

    138

    156

    HITACHI

    104

    160

    106

    165

    132

    110

    166

    138

    134

    112

    167

    205

    135

    113

    189

    271

    136

    119

    257

    104

    138

    140

    258

    106

    139

    159

    104

    141

    160

    106

    142

    214

    112

    146

    235

    113

    262

    236

    HALLMARK

    259
    KAWASHO

    102
    104
    106

    KENWOOD

    104

    138

    271

    237

    CRAIG

    138

    279

    238

    CROWN

    138

    104

    239

    KLOSS

    169

    106

    240

    NOVABEAM

    283

    148

    242

    KTV

    138

    106

    149

    243

    115

    151

    244

    185

    262

    245

    105

    205

    280

    246

    106

    146

    248

    112

    ENVISION

    271
    CURTIS MATHES

    104

    262

    FISHER

    FUJITSU

    A-1 APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    106
    119

    271
    LG (GOLDSTAR)

    104



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    122

    162

    156

    151

    169

    158

    179

    174

    104

    255

    180

    175

    105

    256

    182

    177

    106

    154

    283

    107

    284

    110

    103

    119

    271

    MIDLAND

    272
    RCA

    103

    272

    271

    LOEWE

    162

    272

    LUXMAN

    104

    281

    104

    120

    LXI

    MAGNAVOX

    PHILIPS

    106

    MINUTZ

    152

    108

    121

    106

    MITSUBISHI

    104

    112

    135

    149

    105

    119

    156

    162

    106

    162

    185

    172

    119

    169

    198

    185

    122

    174

    199

    262

    151

    175

    200

    281

    179

    176

    201

    104

    180

    186

    202

    106

    181

    187

    210

    108

    182

    188

    221

    119

    210

    189

    279

    162

    221

    230

    281

    169

    225

    104

    287

    271

    290

    174

    MOTOROLA

    103

    175

    MTC

    104

    PILOT
    PIONEER

    104

    SAMPO

    104

    176

    105

    106

    106

    177

    106

    190

    271

    205

    191

    189

    MULTITECH

    138

    192

    226

    MULTIVISION

    184

    279

    105

    230

    NAD

    106

    188

    231
    232

    NEC

    PORTLAND

    272
    SAMSUNG

    104

    104

    106

    172

    105

    112

    103

    106

    115

    233

    104

    271

    119

    234

    105

    PRICE CLUB

    205

    204

    254

    106

    PRISM

    154

    205

    189

    PROSCAN

    185

    206

    281

    271

    104

    272

    283
    284

    NIKKO

    106

    MARANTS

    162

    ONWA

    138

    MARANTZ

    104

    ORION

    135

    106

    SAMSUX

    271

    106

    PANASONIC

    103

    112

    SANYO

    104

    MEGATRON
    MEMOREX

    162

    154

    PULSER

    104

    109

    106

    162

    QUASAR

    103

    148

    159

    230

    154

    149

    101

    270

    RADIO SHACK/

    104

    180

    103

    REALISTIC

    106

    MGA

    PROTON

    PHILCO

    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    119

    106

    207

    182

    104

    112

    208

    262

    105

    138

    210

    104

    106

    149

    262

    105

    108

    185

    106

    112

    262

    SCOTCH

    106

    119

    119

    271

    SCOTT

    104

    280

    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

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    TV brand code/Código de marca de televisior/Codes de marque de televiseur

    SEARS

    106

    175

    146

    112

    176

    152

    124

    177

    162

    135

    188

    169

    138

    283

    174

    146

    284

    175

    104

    SYMPHONIC

    138

    176

    106

    TATUNG

    103

    185

    113

    TECHNICS

    154

    187

    119

    TECHWOOD

    104

    188

    146

    106

    219

    148

    154

    220

    149

    SHARP

    TEKNIKA

    104

    105

    166

    106

    105

    172

    108

    106

    185

    112

    209

    113

    210

    138

    247

    262

    146

    253

    280

    176

    254

    281

    182

    104

    205

    106

    270
    271

    112
    129

    TELECAPTION

    217

    211

    TMK

    104
    106

    212
    213

    TOTEVISION

    271

    221

    TOSHIBA

    149

    222

    172

    271

    189

    SHOGUN

    104

    205

    SIGNATURE

    101

    209

    SIMPSON

    108

    210

    SONY

    102

    217

    SOUNDESIGN

    104

    218

    106

    221

    108

    260
    262

    138
    146
    SSS

    284

    104

    151

    UNIVERSAL

    104

    152
    187

    138

    VICTOR

    166

    STARLITE

    138

    VIDTECH

    104

    SUPREME

    102

    SYLVANIA

    104
    106

    105
    106
    WARDS

    101

    108

    104

    119

    105

    162

    106

    169

    107

    174

    124

    A-3 APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    YAMAHA

    119
    ZENITH

    104



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    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    VCR brand code/Código de marca de videograbadora/Codes de marque de magnétoscope
    Brand
    Marca
    Marque
    ADMIRAL

    Code
    Código
    Code
    531

    ADVENTURA

    426

    AIWA

    400

    DAEWOO

    515

    418

    417

    520

    458

    GRADIENTE

    426

    511

    428

    HARLEY DAVIDSON

    426

    409

    HARMAN KARDON

    409

    KLH

    461

    410

    HARWOOD

    461

    KODAK

    414

    426
    DBX

    426
    AKAI

    415

    523

    533

    DIMENSIA

    412

    HEADQUARTER

    411

    403

    DYNATECH

    426

    HI-Q

    423

    421

    404

    ELECTROHOME

    414

    HITACHI

    421

    414

    LG (GOLDSTAR)

    409

    429

    455

    418

    513

    ELECTROPHONIC

    414

    456

    454

    AMERICAN HIGH

    421

    EMERSON

    414

    457

    506

    ANAM

    400

    415

    489

    LLOYD

    426

    402

    421

    497

    LOGIK

    461

    408

    426

    507

    LXI

    414

    MAGNAVOX

    421

    512

    532

    429

    511

    ASHA

    413

    430

    520

    449

    AUDIO DYNAMICS

    409

    432

    522

    462

    410

    433

    INSTANT REPLAY

    421

    463

    AUDIOVOX

    414

    435

    JC PENNEY

    409

    504

    BEAUMARK

    413

    436

    410

    508

    BELL & HOWELL

    411

    437

    411

    CALIX

    414

    438

    413

    MAGNIN

    413

    CANDLE

    413

    439

    414

    MARANTZ

    409

    414

    440

    421

    410

    415

    441

    455

    411

    416

    442

    456

    416

    417

    444

    458

    418

    418

    445

    459

    421

    CANON

    421

    465

    460

    458

    CARVER

    462

    513

    507

    CCE

    461

    516

    518

    MARTA

    414

    CITIZEN

    413

    517

    JCI

    421

    MATSUSHITA

    421

    530

    JENSEN

    524

    462

    455

    MEI

    421

    405

    456

    MEMOREX

    411

    416

    411

    511

    413

    417

    419

    409

    414

    418

    423

    410

    421

    COLORTYME

    409

    448

    411

    423

    COLT

    461

    449

    418

    426

    CRAIG

    413

    450

    420

    504

    414

    451

    421

    531

    518

    458

    421

    462

    465

    519

    468

    513

    414
    415

    FISHER

    423
    461
    CURTIS-MATHES

    CYBERNEX

    FUJI

    409

    JVC

    MGA

    429

    412

    FUNAI

    426

    477

    MGN TECHOLOGY

    413

    413

    GARRARD

    426

    511

    MIDLAND

    453

    416

    GE

    401

    523

    MINOLTA

    455

    KENWOOD

    418

    412

    421

    413

    410

    515

    421

    411

    413

    453

    416

    456

    409

    507
    MITSUBISHI

    406
    407

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    VCR brand code/Código de marca de videograbadora/Codes de marque de magnétoscope
    419

    526

    446

    451

    421

    527

    448

    455

    416

    453

    456

    429

    455

    454

    507

    455

    456

    455

    456

    507

    456

    424

    PENTAX

    518
    SHARP

    417

    520

    462

    429

    466

    PENTEX RESEARCH

    418

    482

    431

    467

    PHILCO

    421

    483

    494

    469

    462

    484

    495

    470

    463

    486

    496

    421

    487

    531

    472

    462

    488

    473

    496

    489

    456

    474

    524

    490

    461

    465

    471

    PHILIPS

    SHINTOM

    404

    506

    PILOT

    414

    491

    513

    PIONEER

    410

    494

    SHOGUN

    413

    523

    443

    507

    SIGNATURE

    531

    MONTGOMERY WARD

    531

    455

    509

    SINGER

    421

    MOTOROLA

    421

    480

    515

    461

    531

    481

    520

    528

    523

    525

    416

    531

    421

    RICHO

    528

    425

    401

    RUNCO

    504

    427

    412

    SAMSUNG

    413

    434

    MTC

    413
    426

    MULTITECH

    PORTLAND

    413
    416

    417
    PROSCAN

    426

    SONY

    404

    PROTEC

    461

    415

    498

    461

    PULSAR

    504

    433

    499

    409

    QUARTER

    411

    453

    519

    410

    QUARTZ

    411

    504

    528

    411

    QUASAR

    421

    453
    NEC

    498

    525

    416
    418

    RADIOSHACK/

    411

    458

    REALISTIC

    413

    SANKY

    531
    SANSUI

    511

    421
    507

    SYLVANIA

    421

    523

    426

    405

    462

    421

    411

    463
    465

    511

    414

    523

    SANYO

    NIKKO

    414

    423

    413

    NOBLEX

    413

    426

    423

    OLYMPUS

    421

    429

    OPTIMUS

    414

    449

    421

    450

    431

    SCOTT

    524
    SYMPHONIC

    426

    432

    TANDY

    411

    435

    TASHIKO

    414

    496

    438

    TATUNG

    458

    415

    531

    465

    494

    RADIX

    414

    493

    509

    RANDEX

    414

    516

    531

    RCA

    401

    446

    STS

    410

    SEARS

    511
    TEAC

    426
    458

    401

    511

    OPTONICA

    496

    403

    414

    ORION

    435

    412

    421

    PANASONIC

    421

    413

    423

    446

    415

    448

    421

    509

    421

    449

    426

    525

    431

    450

    A-5 APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    TECHNICS

    421
    409

    TEKNIKA

    TMK

    414

    413



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    415

    ZENITH

    404

    449

    498

    451

    504

    455

    519

    465

    528

    Code
    Código
    Code
    702

    746

    493

    703

    783

    506

    704

    784

    516

    705

    785

    413

    706

    788

    414

    709

    789

    UNITECH

    413

    753

    790

    VECTOR RESEARCH

    409

    700

    791

    TOTEVISION

    Brand
    Marca
    Marque
    ABC

    AIWA

    VIDEO CONCEPTS

    VIDEOSONIC
    WARDS

    415

    793

    416

    ANTRONIX

    708

    771

    709

    779

    708

    780

    410
    409

    ARCHER

    LG (GOLDSTAR)

    770

    410

    709

    MAGNAVOX

    725

    415

    710

    MEMOREX

    726

    416

    711

    MOVIE TIME

    702

    513

    CABLETENNA

    708

    413

    CABLEVIEW

    708

    413

    CENTURY

    711

    414

    CITIZEN

    711

    415

    COLOUR VOICE

    712

    423

    713
    COMTRONICS

    727
    728
    NSC

    702
    727
    728

    OAK

    714

    702
    716

    715

    426

    729
    PANASONIC

    748

    CONTEC

    716

    455

    EASTERN

    717

    456

    GARRARD

    711

    PARAGON

    726

    461

    GC ELECTRONICS

    709

    PHILIPS

    711

    496

    GEMINI

    718

    712

    501

    719

    713

    502

    749

    714

    429

    752

    503

    GENERAL INSTRUMENT

    703

    725

    507

    GRADIENT

    781

    730

    516

    HAMLIN

    720

    731
    732

    531

    721

    421

    722

    426

    735

    733

    745

    734

    461
    YAMAHA

    792

    ANAM

    421

    XR-1000

    782

    794

    410

    VICTOR

    753

    PIONEER

    701

    409

    HITACHI

    703

    410

    HYTEX

    702

    PULSAR

    726

    411

    JASCO

    711

    RADIOSHACK

    770

    418

    JERROLD

    703

    771

    458

    705

    779

    511

    707
    714

    742

    780
    RCA

    752

    723
    724

    747
    749

    718
    REALISTIC

    709

    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    A-6

    APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE

    TOSHIBA

    CABLE brand code/Código de marca de TV
    por cable/Code de marque de décodeur de
    télévision par câble



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    CABLE brand code/Código de marca de TV
    por cable/Code de marque de décodeur de
    télévision par câble
    749
    REGAL

    ZENITH

    726

    722

    750

    735

    751

    SAT brand code/Código de marca de TV por
    satélite/Code de marque de décodeur de
    télévision par satellite
    Brand
    Marca
    Marque
    CHAPPARAL

    Code
    Código
    Code
    756

    REGENCY

    717

    774

    REMBRANDT

    703

    777

    RUNCO

    726

    S.A

    737

    ECHOSTAR

    743

    738

    GE

    778

    786

    GENERAL

    760

    787

    INSTRUMENTS

    761

    SAMSUNG

    SIGNAL

    758
    759

    714
    734

    SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA

    757
    DRAKE

    762
    PANASONIC

    757

    706

    PIONEER

    739

    736

    PRIMESTAR DBS

    776

    737

    PROSCAN

    778

    738

    RCA

    754

    714

    755

    718

    778

    SIGNATURE

    703

    REALISTIC

    763

    SL MARX

    714

    SONY

    772

    SPRUCER

    752

    STS1

    764

    STARCOM

    707

    STS2

    765

    718

    STS3

    766

    753

    STS4

    767

    714

    TOSHIBA

    768

    718

    UNIDEN

    769

    STARGATE
    STARQUEST

    718

    TANDY

    740

    TELEVIEW

    714

    TOCOM

    704
    723
    741

    TOSHIBA

    726

    TUSA

    718

    TV86

    727

    UNIKA

    708
    709
    711

    UNITED ARTISTS

    702

    UNITED CABLE

    753

    UNIVERSAL

    708
    709
    710
    711

    VIDEOWAY

    744

    VIEWSTAR

    715
    725
    727
    740

    A-7 APPENDIX/APÉNDICE/APPENDICE



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    NOTE

    REMARQUE

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
    limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
    Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
    against harmful interference in a residential installation.
    This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
    energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
    instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
    communications. However , there is no guarantee that interference
    will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
    cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
    can be determined by turning the equipment of
    f and on, the user
    is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
    the following measures:
    - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
    .
    - Connect the equipment into an outlet on circuit dif
    ferent from
    that to which the receiver is connected.
    - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
    help.

    Cet appareil a été testé et jugé conforme aux normes des
    appareils numériques de Classe B, conformément au chapitre
    15 du règlement FCC. Ces normes sont conçues pour assurer
    une protection raisonnable contre les interférences
    radioélectriques lorsque l’appareil est utilisé dans un
    environnement résidentiel.
    Cet appareil génère, utilise et peut émettre des radiofréquences
    et, s’il n’est pas installé et utilisé conformément au mode d’emploi,
    il peut provoquer des interférences dans les communications
    radio. II n’est cependant pas possible de garantir que des
    interférences ne se produiront pas dans une installation privée.
    Si cet appareil génère des interférences néfastes dans la
    réception des ondes radio ou télévisées, ce que l’on peut
    facilement contrôler en mettant l’appareil successivement sous
    et hors tension, l’utilisateur est invité à tenter de remédier aux
    interférences en appliquant l’une des mesures suivantes:
    - Réorientez l’antenne de réception ou installez-la à un autre
    endroit.
    - Eloignez davantage l’appareil du récepteur .
    - Branchez l’appareil sur une prise secteur raccordée à un circuit
    d’alimentation dif férent de la prise sur laquelle le récepteur est
    branché.
    - Consultez votre revendeur ou faites appel à un technicien radio/
    TV.

    CAUTION
    Modifications or adjustments to this product, which are not
    expressly approved by the manufacturer , may void the user ’s
    right or authority to operate this product.

    ATTENTION
    Toute modification ou tout réglage de cet appareil non
    expressément approuvé par le fabricant peut invalider le droit
    de l’utilisateur à employer cet appareil.

    CAUTION
    TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS
    (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD,
    RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES
    CAN BE FULL Y INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
    This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.

    ATTENTION
    POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS
    UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN
    PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE
    SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE
    INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A
    DECOUVERT.
    Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
    NMB-003 du Canada.

    Printed in China






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