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    DVD Player DP-5400x
    User’s Manual and Service Information



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    Front View
    1. Power ON/OFF button
    Switches on the DVD player or switches the
    unit off.

    6. Play/Pause button
    Starts or pauses playback of the inserted media.
    7. STOP button
    Stops playback.

    2. Display
    Shows operation information.

    Protective cover
    The USB connector and the card reader are located behind the front cover. To open it, lightly pull it
    forward at the position labelled by a small arrow.

    Í Disc tray
    Holds discs securely during playback.
    3. OPEN/CLOSE button
    Opens or closes the disc tray
    4. PREV button
    Press this button once, to skip to the
    beginning of the current chapter. Press this
    button twice to skip to the previous chapter.
    5. NEXT button
    Playback skips to the next title or track.

    8. USB -2.0 port
    Here you can connect USB devices such as a USB
    stick.

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    9. CF/MD* card reader slot
    Insert CF/MD memory cards here.
    10. MS/MS Pro/SD/MMC/XD* memory card slot
    Insert MS/MS Pro/SD/MMC/XD* memory cards here.

    *CF = CompactFlash, MD = MicroDrive, MS = MemoryStick, MS Pro = MemoryStick Pro, SD = SecureDigital, MMC = MultiMediaCard, XD = xD-PictureCard

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    Back View
    1. L/R Analogue Stereo Output (Audio)
    Analogue stereo output for connecting a stereo Cinch
    cable.
    2. YPbPr video output (video)
    Component output for connecting a Component video
    cable.
    3. Video output (CVBS) (video)
    Analogue video output for connecting a Cinch video
    cable.
    4. 5.1 Analogue Audio Output
    Analogue audio output for connecting a 5.1 Cinch audio
    cable.
    5. Scart Output (Video and Audio)
    Analogue video and audio output for connecting a Scart
    cable.

    6. HDMI Output (Video and Audio)
    Analogue video and audio output for connecting an HDMI cable.
    7. Coaxial – Coaxial Digital Audio Output
    Digital audio output for connecting a coaxial Cinch cable.
    8. S-Video
    Analogue video output for connecting a 4-pin Hosiden S-Video cable.
    9. Optical – Optical Digital Audio Output
    Digital audio output for connecting a fiber-optics cable.
    10. Power cord



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    Remote control
    1. POWER button
    Switches on the DVD player or switches
    the unit to standby mode.

    21. Open/Close button
    Opens or closes the disc tray.
    22. Search button
    Displays the Search menu.

    2. USB/CARD button
    Displays the USB/card reader menu.

    23. Menu button
    Displays the disc main menu.

    3. Audio button
    Changes the audio language.

    24. Title button
    Displays the disc title menu

    4. Subtitle button
    To turn the subtitles on or off.

    25. Right button
    Right direction button.

    5. Numeric buttons 0 to 9 / +10
    To enter digits 0 to 9 / 10+.

    26. Down button
    Down direction button.

    6. Clear button
    Erases the last entry.

    27. PREV button
    Skips to the previous title or track.

    7. Setup button
    Displays the Setup menu.

    28. Next button
    Skips to the next title or track.

    8. Display button
    Displays the playback information.

    29. Play / Pause button
    Starts or pauses playback.

    9. Up button
    Up direction button.

    30. Repeat button
    Repeats a section, a title or the entire disc.

    10. Left button
    Left direction button.

    31. A-B button
    Repeats a defined interval.

    11. Enter button
    Confirms your entry.

    32. Mute button
    Mutes the sound.

    12. FWD button
    To perform a fast search forward.

    33. Angle button
    To toggle between the different camera angles.

    13. REV button
    To perform a fast search backward.

    34. Bookmark button
    Displays the Bookmark menu.

    14. Step button
    Enables the frame-by-frame playback.

    35. N/P button
    Toggles between the TV systems AUTO, NTSC
    and PAL.

    15. Stop button
    Stops the current playback.
    16. Vol +/- button
    Increases or reduces the audio volume.

    36. DIM button
    Dims the display or disables it.

    17. L/R button
    Toggles the audio output between Stereo,
    Left and Right.

    37. V-Mode button
    Toggles the Video Output between Video, SVideo, Scart and Component.

    18. Slow button
    Enables the slow-motion playback.
    19. HD/Res button
    When playing back using an HDMI
    connection you can set the resolution by
    pressing the HD/Res button.
    20. Program button
    Displays the program menu.

    38. Zoom button
    Enlarges or reduces the picture view.

    DP-5400x



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    Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions

    • do not place any fire sources (e.g. burning
    candles) on or near the device;

    General

    • do not introduce any foreign bodies into the
    device;
    Before you use this device for the first time, please
    read the following notes in this manual and heed all
    warnings, even if you are familiar with handling
    electronic devices. Keep this manual in a safe place for
    future reference. If you sell or pass this device on to
    another person, it is imperative that you also hand over
    this manual.

    • the device must not be subject to any great
    temperature changes as this may cause
    moisture through condensation and shortcircuit;
    • the device should not be subject to excessive
    shocks and vibrations;

    Operating Environment
    Power Supply



    Position the device on a stable, even surface and
    do not place any heavy objects on the device.
    The device is not for use in environments with a
    high temperature or humidity (e.g. bathrooms),
    and must be kept free of dust



    Operating temperature and humidity: 5 °C to 35
    °C, max. 85 % RH



    Always make sure that



    The power switch of this device does not fully
    disconnect the device from the mains.



    The device consumes electricity in the Standby
    mode. In order to completely disconnect the
    device from the mains, the power plug must be
    pulled out from the wall outlet. For this reason,
    the device should be positioned in a way that
    assures a direct and unobstructed access to the
    wall outlet so that the power plug can be
    immediately pulled out in an emergency
    situation. To avoid the danger of fire if the
    device is not going to be used for a long while
    (e.g. during holidays), it should always be
    disconnected from the power socket. Before
    stormy weather when there is the danger of
    lightning, disconnect the device from the power
    supply.



    Insert the batteries with the correct polarity and
    never try to recharge the batteries and under no
    circumstances throw them into fire. Do not mix
    batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline,
    etc.). Remove batteries when the device is not to
    be used for a long time. Non-intended use may
    cause explosion and danger to life.



    Respect the environment! Old batteries do not
    belong in with the domestic waste! They must be
    handed in to a collection point for old batteries.

    • there is free circulation of air (do not place
    the device on shelves, on a thick carpet, on a
    bed, or anywhere that obstructs the ventilation
    slots, and leave at least 10cm clearance on all
    sides;
    • no direct heat sources (e.g. heating) can affect
    the device;
    • no direct sunlight or bright artificial light
    reaches the device;
    • contact with spray and dripping water and
    abrasive liquids must be avoided and the
    device should never be operated near water,
    and it must especially never be immersed (do
    no place any objects filled with liquids such
    as vases or drinks near the device);
    • never place the device in the immediate
    vicinity of magnetic fields (e.g.
    loudspeakers);

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    Cables


    Always hold cables by the plug and never pull
    on the cable itself.



    Never hold the power cord with wet hands as
    this may cause a short circuit or electric shock.



    Never place the device, heavy objects or
    furniture on the cable and take care that the cord
    does not become trapped, especially at the plug
    and sockets. Never make knots in the cable and
    do not tie it together with other cords. All cables
    should be positioned so that nobody can trip
    over them or be obstructed by them.



    A damaged power cord can cause a fire or an
    electric shock. Inspect the power cord from time
    to time. Never use adapter plugs or extension
    cables that don’t comply with the current safety
    regulations in your country, and don’t modify
    any of the power cords or electrical installations
    yourself!

    Maintenance and Care


    Servicing is required when this device has been
    damaged in any way, for example, when the
    power plug, power cord or housing is damaged,
    when liquid or objects have entered the device,
    when the product has been exposed to rain or
    moisture, when the product does not work
    normally or if the product has been dropped. If
    you notice any smoke, unusual noise or strange
    smells, switch off the device immediately and
    pull the plug from the wall outlet. In this case
    the device should not be used further and should
    be inspected by authorized service personnel.
    Please contact qualified personnel when
    servicing is needed. Never open the housing of
    the device, or the accessories. If the housing is
    opened, your life is in danger due to electric
    shock. Only use a clean, dry cloth for cleaning.
    Never use any abrasive liquids.



    The DVD/CD drive of this device is classified as
    a «Class 1 Laser product» and is denoted with a
    corresponding label on the housing. Never open
    the device and do not try to repair the device
    yourself. Inside the device there are invisible
    laser rays. Do not expose yourself to the laser
    rays.



    Do not attempt to open the housing of the
    device. Otherwise you will lose your warranty.

    Disposal of Old Devices
    1. If the product is labeled with a
    crossed-out waste bin, it is subject to
    the European Guideline 2002/96/EC.
    2. All electric and electronic devices
    must be disposed of separately from
    household waste at established
    bodies.
    3. Avoid damaging the environment and
    danger to your personal health by
    disposing of the device properly.
    4. For further information about proper
    disposal, contact your local
    government, disposal bodies or the
    shop where you bought the device.

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    Electrical appliances do not belong in the hands
    of children! Do not allow children to play with
    electrical devices when not under supervision.
    Children may not be able to comprehend the
    presence of potential risks. Small parts can
    represent choking hazards.



    Keep batteries and rechargeable batteries out of
    reach of children. If a battery or rechargeable
    battery is swallowed, seek medical help
    immediately.



    Keep the packaging away from children to
    avoid the danger of suffocation



    This device does not belong in the hands of
    children! Spring parts may jump out if misused
    and cause them harm (e.g. to their eyes).

    Intended Use


    This is a consumer electronics device. It may
    only be used for private use, not industrial or
    commercial purposes.



    Furthermore, the device may not be used
    outdoors or in tropical climates. Only connection
    cables and external devices may be used that
    comply with safety standards and the
    electromagnetic compatibility and shielding
    quality of this device. This device fulfills all that
    relates to CE Conformity, relevant norms and
    standards. Any changes to the equipment other
    than the recommended changes by the
    manufacturer may lead to the result that these
    directives are not met any more. Only use
    accessories recommended by the manufacturer.



    If you are not using the device within the
    Republic of Germany, you must observe the
    regulations and laws in the country of use.



    When connecting peripheral devices, make sure
    the cables are not too short and that they don’t
    force the connectors mechanically!

    Important Safety Instructions

    Children

    CE Declaration of
    Conformity

    This device has been tested and approved for
    compliance with the basic and other relevant
    requirements of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EG, as
    well as the Low-voltage Directive 2006/95/EG.

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    Table of Contents

    Introduction .......................................... 7
    Accessories ...................................................... 7
    Region Code Information ................................. 7
    Compatible Discs ............................................. 7
    Device and Disc Maintenance and Care .......... 8
    Back Panel ....................................................... 9
    Front Panel Display ........................................ 10
    Remote control ............................................... 11

    Audio and Video Connectors ............ 12
    Video Connections ......................................... 13
    Audio Connections ......................................... 20

    Setup Menu ......................................... 21
    Language Settings ......................................... 21
    Picture Settings .............................................. 22
    Audio Settings ................................................ 24
    Parental Control ............................................. 27
    Miscellaneous ................................................ 28
    DivX Registration / VoD .................................. 28

    Table of Contents

    Important Safety Instructions ........................... 1
    CE Declaration of Conformity ........................... 3

    Playing Media with Your DVD Player 29
    Inserting a DVD/CD ....................................... 29
    Pausing Playback .......................................... 29
    Stopping Playback ......................................... 30
    Resume Function ........................................... 30
    Opening the DVD Menu (Menu) ..................... 30
    PBC (Playback Control) ................................. 30
    Skip to a Chapter ........................................... 31
    Entering the Title Number via the Numeric
    Buttons ........................................................... 31
    Bookmark ....................................................... 31
    Forward/Backward Search ............................. 32
    Slow-Motion Playback .................................... 32
    Single-Picture Playback (Step) ....................... 32
    Zoom .............................................................. 33
    Changing the Camera Angle .......................... 33
    Displaying/Hiding Subtitles ............................. 33
    Changing the HD Resolution ......................... 33
    Changing the Playback Mode ........................ 34
    Repeating Intervals (A – B) ............................ 34
    REPEAT Function .......................................... 34
    Displaying Disc or File Information ................. 35
    File Browser ................................................... 35
    Using Memory Cards/USB Stick With
    MP3/WMA/MPEG-4 (XviD)/JPEG Files ......... 36
    Special Features for Picture Playback ........... 37
    Special Features for MP3 Playback ............... 37
    Using the “Ripping” Feature to Create
    MP3 Files ....................................................... 37

    Technical Specifications .................... 39

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    Introduction
    Accessories
    Please make sure that the following accessories have been included in the DVD player packaging. Check the
    package contents carefully, as there may be some accessories under the styrofoam.

    Introduction

    Package Contents:
    1 x Remote Control
    2 x Batteries AAA 1.5 V
    1 x User’s Manual
    1 x SCART cable
    1 x AV cable
    1 x Nero Trial

    Region Code Information

    This DVD player uses region code information that has been recorded on a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD). If the
    region code of the DVD disk does not match the region code of the DVD player, the DVD cannot be played.
    The device’s region code is “2”.
    You’ll find the region code on the back of the DVD box. In order for a DVD to be playable it must be labelled
    “ALL” for “all regions” or “2” for “Region 2”.

    Compatible Discs

    This DVD player can play the following discs:
    DVD Video
    DVD+R
    DVD-R
    DVD+RW
    DVD-RW
    DVD+R DL
    DVD-R DL

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    Audio CD
    Video CD
    Super Video CD
    CD-R with audio/MP3/JPEG/MPEG/WMA contents
    CD-RW with audio/MP3/JPEG/MPEG/WMA contents
    MPEG-4 Disks, VOD-Videos, XviD, Kodak Picture-CD, Nero Digital (only for built-in CD/DVD drive, not
    supported by card reader nor USB)

    Compatibility of Discs Created on a PC
    When creating a disc on a PC – even when using a compatible format – it may be that this disc is not playable
    on this device. This can be due to the burning software settings. In this case, please contact the manufacturer of
    your software and check for more detailed information.

    Device and Disc Maintenance and Care

    Hold the disc on the border only, or put your index finger through the hole in the centre. Avoid touching the
    surface containing data. For double-sided discs, this applies to both sides.
    Note: Do not attach any adhesive labels nor tape on the disc and avoid scratches or other damage.

    Cleaning the Discs


    Fingerprints or stains on the disc surface deteriorate the signal processing. Depending on the amount of
    dirt, the light that has been created inside the laser unit will be reflected partially (attenuated) only leading
    to inaccurate reading. To clean the disc, use a soft cloth and wipe the disc from the centre to the border.



    When very dirty, wipe the disc with a damp cloth and let the disc dry.



    Do not use any anti-static products or organic solvents or thinners. These can (as is the case with all
    volatile substances) damage the disc surface.

    Storing the Discs


    To avoid deformation, always store the discs in their box.



    Avoid exposing them to high temperatures and humidity. Do not store the disc in a car parked in the sun.



    For more information, read the instructions included with the discs.

    Disc to be Avoided
    Use normal, round-shaped discs only. Do not use any deformed, scratched, or damaged discs – they can shatter
    with the high rotation speed in the inside of the unit.

    Cleaning the DVD Player
    The front panel and housing of the DVD player only need to be cleaned with a soft cloth from time to time.
    When very dirty, a neutral cleaner can be sprayed onto the cloth first. Do not use any volatile solutions.

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    Back Panel



    ➋➌







    1. Analogue AUDIO L/R
    Analogue 2-channel audio output (white/red
    ports) to connect a TV set, A/V receiver,
    beamer or stereo equipment.
    2. YCbCr/YPbPr
    High-end Video Out port for connecting to the
    Component input of a TV, A/V receiver or a
    beamer via a YCbCr cable. Please note that
    progressive scan output (P-Scan) is only
    possible via the Component output connector.
    3. VIDEO
    Composite Video output (yellow port) to
    connect to a TV set or A/V receiver with
    FBAS/Composite Video input via an audio/
    video cable.
    4. 5.1 Analogue Audio Output
    Analogue 5.1 channel audio outputs to
    connect to the 5.1 input of an A/V receiver or
    an active 5.1 multi-channel speaker system.
    5. RGB / SCART
    To connect to a TV set featuring a 21-pin
    SCART input port. This connection allows the
    output of both the audio and video signals.

    Introduction

    ➏ ➐





    6. HDMI
    Digital audio/video output for connecting to
    the HDMI input of a screen or projector. This
    connection type offers the highest possible
    picture quality.
    7. Digital Coaxial Audio Output
    To connect to a digital audio device such as an
    A/V receiver to obtain digital multi-channel
    sound. Please note that the amplifier or A/V
    receiver must be Dolby Digital, MPEG and/or
    PCM-compatible (for more information,
    please read the User’s Manual of your A/V
    receiver or amplifier).
    8. S-VIDEO
    S-Video output to connect to a TV set or A/V
    receiver with S-Video input via an S-Video
    cable. You can use the S-Video output instead
    of the video output to achieve better picture
    quality.
    9. Digital Optical Audio Output
    To connect to a digital audio device such as an
    A/V receiver to obtain digital multi-channel
    sound. Please note that the amplifier or A/V
    receiver must be Dolby Digital, MPEG and/or
    PCM-compatible (for more information,
    please read the User’s Manual of your A/V
    receiver or amplifier).
    10. Power cord
    To connect to the electrical wall outlet (230
    V).

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    Front Panel Display

    1. Disc Type Indicator
    Indicates the type of optical disc that has been
    inserted – DVD, SVCD, VCD, CD (Audio
    CD). If you have inserted a DVD+R/RW or
    DVD-R/RW disc, DVD will be displayed.
    2. Multi-Function Display / Text Display
    Displays information, titles, and the elapsed
    playback time.
    3. Playback Status Display
    Displays the playback status of a DVD, CD or
    another optical disc.

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    4. MP3 File Display
    Indicates that an MP3 file is being played
    from DVD, CD, USB stick or memory card.
    5. Dolby Digital and dts
    Indicates which digital sound mode is
    currently active.



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    Remote control
    The DVD player is supplied with a remote control
    unit and the corresponding batteries. For a detailed
    description of the button layout, see the fold-out
    cover page of this User’s Manual.

    Using the Remote Control
    Your Silvercrest DVD player can be comfortably
    controlled via the supplied remote control unit.
    Point the remote control to the sensor at the front
    panel of the DVD player. Do not exceed an angle
    of 30 degrees for optimum results.
    Note:

    Do not store the remote control upside down, and
    do not place any objects on it to avoid accidentally
    pressing a key and the consequent battery drain.

    Cautions When Using the Remote
    Control
    Do not expose the remote control to any shock or
    vibrations, and do not splash any liquids over the
    remote control. Do not immerse the remote control
    into any liquids. Do not store it in a humid place.
    Do not place the remote control under direct
    sunlight as its heat may deform the remote control.

    Inserting the Batteries
    If you have just purchased the device or if the
    remote control only works at very short distances,
    you must insert or replace the batteries. In this
    case, insert two new batteries type AAA 1.5 V into
    the remote control.
    To replace the remote
    control batteries, you must
    remove the battery
    compartment cover. When
    inserting the batteries, make
    sure that the polarity
    matches. On the battery and
    in the battery compartment
    there are the corresponding
    markings.

    The remote control may not work properly when
    the sensor window is exposed to sunlight. In such
    a case, put the remote control closer to the sensor
    window or change the angle of the light source or
    of the unit.

    Notes on Batteries
    When left unused for a long period of time, it is
    recommended that you remove the batteries from the
    unit.
    Do not use batteries other than those specified.
    Inadequate handling of the batteries can lead to
    chemical leakage and/or explosion.
    If a battery leaks, remove it from the remote control
    and avoid any contact with the leaked liquid. Clean
    the battery compartment well before inserting new
    batteries. We recommend using protective gloves.

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    Introduction

    Any obstacles between the remote control and the
    sensor window can deteriorate the remote control
    response. Also similar remote control units (using
    the same signal codes) can interfere with the DVD
    player functionality or execute an undesired
    function.



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    Audio and Video
    Connectors
    Prior to starting to use your DVD player you must connect it to a display screen. The type of connection
    depends on the capabilities of your display screen and of the available cable types.

    white

    red

    Stereo
    Cinch
    cable

    to TV screen’s
    stereo input

    HDMI
    cable

    to TV
    screen’s
    HDMI input

    Component
    Cinch cable

    to TV screen’s
    Component input*

    Video
    Cinch
    cable

    to TV screen’s
    Video input

    SVHS
    cable

    SCART (Euro
    AV) cable

    to TV screen’s
    S-Video input

    to TV screen’s SCART
    input

    * For displaying progressive-scan
    pictures, the TV set must have a
    P-Scan Component input

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    Video Connections

    You can choose between five different video connection types for your Silvercrest DVD player:

    Composite-Video
    For normal quality – you will need the supplied audio/video cable with Cinch connectors.

    S-Video
    For a better quality requiring a special S-Video cable and a screen with S-Video input (the S-Video cable is not
    included in the package contents).
    RGB (via SCART)
    Audio and video port offering optimum picture quality. A SCART cable is required (included in the package).

    HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
    This connection type provides a fully digital audio/video interface for transmitting audio and video signals at
    the highest quality level. You can connect most of the modern screens and projectors via a special HDMI cable.
    Note: The audio connection suitable for each video connection will be described in the following section. And
    the next chapter will explain all possible audio connections in detail.

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    Connection

    Component Video & Progressive Scan
    This video connection offers the highest analogue signal quality and is supported by modern TV screens and
    beamers. A special 3-wire Cinch cable is required.



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    Audio/Video Connection to a Screen with Composite Video
    and Stereo Audio Inputs
    If your TV set features only one single video input – typically a yellow receptacle – please use the Composite
    Video output of your DVD player. For the audio connection, use the red and white stereo audio inputs of your
    TV.

    white

    red

    Stereo Cinch
    cable

    to TV screen’s stereo
    input

    Video Cinch
    cable

    to TV screen’s Video
    input

    1. Power your screen off and connect the DVD
    player’s Video Out with the Video In
    connector of your screen. Typically, this is a
    yellow receptacle equivalent to the Video Out
    connector on the back of your DVD player.
    2. If you want to output the sound via your TV
    set, connect the DVD player’s stereo
    connectors to the corresponding inputs of your
    TV. Use the red and white connectors of the
    audio/video cable.
    3. As your Silvercrest DVD player has a fixed
    power cord, you only need to plug the other
    end into a wall outlet.
    4. First turn on your TV then turn on the DVD
    player.
    5. Select the corresponding Video In connector
    on your TV set.

    Have the following cable ready:
    1. Audio/video cable – red, white and yellow
    connectors (supplied)
    2. Power cord (please note that your Silvercrest
    DVD player has a fixed-installed power cord)
    Warning: Connect the power cord of your DVD
    player only after you have finished connecting
    all video and audio cables.

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    Note: For further information, please check the
    instruction manual offered by your TV set. On the
    TV screen you’ll see the DVD player’s start
    screen.
    6. If no picture is displayed, press the V-Mode
    button (button 37 on the fold-out cover page)
    of the remote control to enable the Video
    Output of your Silvercrest DVD player and
    press the button as many times as necessary to
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    Audio/Video Connection to a Screen with SCART connector
    If your screen features a SCART connector you my also connect the DVD player to this SCART connector.
    The advantage of this connection type is an optimum picture quality.

    Connection

    Have the following cable ready:
    1. SCART cable (included in the package)
    2. Power cord (please note that your Silvercrest
    DVD player has a fixed-installed power cord)

    SCART (Euro
    AV) cable

    Warning: Connect the power cord of your DVD
    player only after you have finished connecting
    all video and audio cables.
    1. Power your screen off and connect the DVD
    player’s SCART connector with the SCART
    connector of your screen.
    Note: The stereo sound will be transferred directly
    over the SCART cable.

    to TV screen’s SCART
    input

    2. As your Silvercrest DVD player has a fixed
    power cord, you only need to plug the other
    end into a wall outlet.
    3. First turn on your TV then turn on the DVD
    player.
    4. Select the corresponding Video In connector
    on your TV set.
    Note: For further information, please check the
    instruction manual offered by your TV set. On the
    TV screen you’ll see the DVD player’s start
    screen.

    5. If your TV set allows you to manually switch
    between RGB and FBAS (Video), we
    recommend that you use the RGB setting in
    order to obtain better picture quality. If you
    have connected the DVD player to the TV set
    via the SCART cable, the TV set will
    automatically switch to AV mode when
    powering the DVD player on (the TV set must
    support this function).
    6. If no picture is displayed, press the V-Mode
    button (button 37 on the fold-out cover page)
    of the remote control to enable the SCART
    Output of your Silvercrest DVD player and
    press the button as many times as necessary to
    display the picture.

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    Audio/Video Connection to a Screen with S-Video and Stereo
    Audio Inputs
    If your screen features an S-VIDEO (Hosiden) input, you can use this video connection type as an alternative.
    The S-Video connector can be recognized easily by its 4 pins. When using S-Video, the luminance and
    chrominance signals are split resulting in higher picture quality than for Composite video. For the audio
    connection, use the red and white stereo audio inputs of your TV.

    white

    red

    Stereo
    Cinch cable

    SVHS
    cable

    1. Power your screen off and connect the DVD
    player’s S-Video Out with the S-Video In
    connector of your screen. Use a special S-Video
    cable that can be purchased at any retail shop.
    2. If you want to output the sound via your screen,
    connect the DVD player’s stereo connectors to
    the corresponding inputs of your TV. Use the red
    and white connectors of an audio/video cable.

    to TV screen’s stereo
    input

    to TV screen’s S-Video
    input

    3. As your Silvercrest DVD player has a fixed
    power cord, you only need to plug the other end
    into a wall outlet.
    4. First turn on your TV then turn on the DVD
    player.
    5. Select the S-Video input on your TV.

    Have the following cable ready:
    1. S-Video cable (not included in the package)
    2. Audio/video cable – red and white connectors
    (supplied)
    3. Power cord (please note that your Silvercrest
    DVD player has a fixed-installed power cord)
    Warning: Connect the power cord of your DVD
    player only after you have finished connecting all
    video and audio cables.

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    Note: For further information, please check the
    instruction manual offered by your screen. On the
    TV screen you’ll see the DVD player’s start
    screen.
    6. If no picture is displayed, press the V-Mode
    button (button 37 on the fold-out cover page) of
    the remote control to enable the SVHS Output of
    your Silvercrest DVD player and press the
    button as many times as necessary to display the
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    Video Connection to a TV set/Beamer with Component Video
    Inputs (YCbCr/YPbPr)
    When using Component Video, the video signal is split into three separate “components”, resulting in a higher
    picture quality than for S-Video or Composite video. For the Component video output you need a TV screen or
    beamer featuring three Component video inputs.
    Furthermore, you will need a special Component video cable (not included in the package) with separate
    connectors for the Y, Cb/Pb and Cr/Pr signals. This cable also supports the high-end Progressive Scan mode
    when used together with a high-end P-Scan-compatible screen.
    To use the Component video output or Progressive Scan mode, the following steps must be performed:

    Connection

    white

    red

    Stereo Cinch
    cable

    to TV screen’s
    stereo input

    Component
    Cinch cable

    to TV screen’s
    Component input*

    * For displaying progressive-scan
    pictures, the TV set must have a PScan Component input

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    1.Preparation:


    First connect the DVD player to your TV screen
    or beamer by using its Composite video or SVideo inputs, see page 14 or 17.



    Connect the Component video cable (not
    included) to the corresponding input on your TV
    screen or beamer. Normally, the cables and
    receptacles are labelled with red, green, and blue
    to enable easier connection.



    Power your TV screen or beamer and the DVD
    player on and select the corresponding S-Video
    or Composite Video signal input on the screen or
    beamer.

    2.Opening the Setup Menu to
    Change the Video Settings:
    Press the SETUP button (button 7 on the fold-out
    cover page) on the remote control to display the
    Setup menu. Press the Direction buttons to select the
    “Video” menu and press the arrow button Right to
    open the menu. Scroll down to the menu option
    Video Out and press ENTER (button 11 on the foldout cover page) to open the menu. Press the
    Direction buttons to select the option Component
    and press ENTER (11) to confirm.

    3. Disconnecting the Composite
    Video or S-Video Cable
    Next remove the Composite or S-Video cable and
    select the video channel associated with the
    Component input on your TV set so the
    Component video signal is displayed.

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    4.Using a Progressive-Scan
    Compatible TV Screen:
    As you have chosen to use the Component video
    output connector you can alternatively set the video
    output to be in Progressive Scan mode in order to
    obtain high-resolution full-screen pictures. Please
    only use this setting when you are sure that your TV
    set supports Progressive Scan – please read its
    User’s Manual.
    As described above, open the Video entry from the
    Setup menu and use the Direction buttons to scroll to
    the Video Out option.
    Press the Direction buttons to select the option PScan and press ENTER (11) to confirm. A warning
    message will appear. Follow the on-screen
    instructions.

    Background Information:
    Progressive-Scan generates a picture similar to a
    computer display. It will use the entire picture stored
    on the DVD without composing it from two half
    pictures. The result is a sharper and flicker-free
    picture.



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    Audio/Video Connection to a Screen with HDMI connector
    HDMI provides a fully digital transmission of audio and video signals. For this connection type you need a TV
    screen or beamer featuring an HDMI input.

    red

    Warning: Connect the power cord of your DVD
    player only after you have finished connecting all
    video and audio cables.

    HDMI
    cable

    1. Power your screen off and connect the
    Silvercrest DVD player’s HDMI connector with
    the HDMI connector of your screen. Use a
    special HDMI cable that can be purchased at any
    retail shop.
    2. If you want to output the sound via your screen,
    connect the DVD player’s stereo connectors to
    the corresponding inputs of your TV. Use the red
    and white connectors of an audio/video cable.

    to TV screen’s
    stereo input
    (optional)

    to TV screen’s
    HDMI input

    3. As your Silvercrest DVD player has a fixed
    power cord, you only need to plug the other end
    into a wall outlet.
    4. First turn on your TV then turn on the DVD
    player.
    5. Select the HDMI input on your TV.

    Note: The audio cable connection shown in the
    above figure is necessary only if your screen or
    projector does not feature an HDMI input (but a
    DVI input) socket.
    Have the following cable ready:
    1. HDMI cable (not included in the package)
    2. Audio/video cable – red and white connectors
    (supplied)

    Note: For further information, please check the
    instruction manual offered by your screen. On the
    TV screen you’ll see the DVD player’s start
    screen.
    6. If no picture is displayed, press the V-Mode
    button (button 37 on the fold-out cover page) of
    the remote control to enable the HDMI Output
    of your Silvercrest DVD player and press the
    button as many times as necessary to display the
    picture.

    3. Power cord (please note that your Silvercrest
    DVD player has a fixed-installed power cord)

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    Audio Connections

    Your Silvercrest DVD player features several audio output connectors for connecting an A/V receiver, an active
    5.1 speaker system or a TV screen.
    There are three connection types:
    -

    Analogue Stereo Output

    -

    Analogue 5.1 Multi-Channel Output

    -

    Coaxial and Optical Digital Output

    Audio Connection to a TV
    Screen or A/V Receiver via
    Analogue Stereo Outputs

    You can use these receptacles to connect the
    following devices to your DVD player:


    an A/V receiver or A/V amplifier with digital
    multi-channel sound decoder (MPEG-2, Dolby
    Digital)



    A/V receiver with 2-channel digital stereo
    (PCM)



    5.1 speaker systems

    Have the following cable ready:
    1. Audio/video cable – red and white connectors
    Connect the stereo outputs of your Silvercrest
    DVD player to the corresponding inputs of your
    TV screen or A/V receiver. Use the red and white
    Cinch connectors of the audio/video cable.

    Have the following cables ready:
    1. Coaxial cable (not supplied)
    or
    2. Optical (fiber-optics) cable (not supplied)

    Audio Connection to an A/V
    Receiver via Coaxial or
    Optical Digital Output
    As you can see on the fold-out inner cover page, the
    back panel of the DVD player has a digital audio
    output for coaxial cable labeled number 7 and a
    fiber-optics audio output connector labelled number
    9.

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    Connect the coaxial or the optical digital output to
    the corresponding input socket of the A/V receiver.
    These two digital outputs send a coded (“RAW”)
    digital signal to the receiver for decoding. Please
    note that you can use this connection type only if
    your digital receiver supports Dolby Digital, MPEG
    and/or PCM – the corresponding option must be set
    in the DVD player’s Setup menu. For more
    information, see page 20.

    What is digital multi-channel
    sound?
    Digital multi-channel sound will offer you optimum
    sound quality. A multi-channel A/V receiver or
    amplifier is required, supporting at least one of the
    audio formats of your DVD player (MPEG-2 or
    Dolby Digital). To find out what formats are
    supported by your receiver, please read the receiver’s
    User’s Manual.



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    Setup Menu


    To open the DVD player’s Setup menu, press
    the SETUP button (7).



    Press the arrow buttons 9, 10, 25 and 26 to
    navigate the Setup menu. To confirm a
    selection or a setting, press ENTER (11).



    To quit the Setup menu, press the SETUP
    button (7) again.

    DivX Subtitle
    Select a character set for your DivX subtitles. The
    default setting is “Western European”.

    Language Settings
    Subtitle Position:
    Select the preferred language for the OSD menu of
    your DVD player.

    Select where you want the MPEG-4 subtitles to be
    displayed:
    Bottom: The subtitles will be displayed at the
    bottom of the screen.
    Middle: The subtitles will be displayed a little bit
    higher on the screen.
    High: The subtitles will be displayed more
    towards the centre of the screen.

    Subtitle:
    Select the preferred language for the subtitles of a
    DVD (as long as available on the disc). Using the
    setting AUTO will use the DVD disc’s default
    settings. Off will disable the subtitles.

    Subtitles Background:
    Select if you want the subtitles to have a greyish
    background, e.g. to have them distinguished better
    on a bright background.

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    Setup Menu

    OSD Language:



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    Gray: The subtitles will be displayed on a
    background.
    None: No background.

    Audio:
    Choose what language will be used for the DVD
    audio track. If the selected language has not been
    recorded on the disc, the DVD disc’s default
    language will be used.
    AUTO1: The pulldown will be read automatically
    from the VOB data stream of the PAL DVD. As
    DVDs are usually tagged the wrong way, we do
    not recommend that you use this setting.
    Film: The DVD player will be set to use a
    progressive pulldown. The DVD player will join
    two related semi-pictures from the DVD. This will
    be the proper setting for most purchased or rented
    DVDs.

    DVD Menu:
    Select the preferred language for the DVD menu
    (if any).

    VIDEO1: This mode is suitable for PAL
    interlaced video contents, e.g. recordings from a
    TV show with a DVD recorder or recordings made
    with a video camera. In this case, the DVD player
    will add a self-calculated semi-picture to all semipictures.

    Aspect ratio:
    Set the aspect ratio of the DVD player to match
    that of your TV set.
    4:3: Aspect ratio used by older CRT screen TVs.
    16:9: Wide-screen format.

    Picture Settings

    In Setup menu, press the arrow button “down” 26 to
    go to the Video setting and then press the arrow
    button “right” 25 to choose the different menu items.

    Picture Mode:
    PAL DVDs may contain either Interlaced or
    Progressive contents. For interlaced contents, the
    DVD player will add a custom-calculated semipicture to each semi-picture. For progressive
    contents, it will join two semi-pictures that exist
    on the DVD. The procedure the DVD player uses
    to do this is defined in the DVD flags.
    Unfortunately, often these flags are set the wrong
    way, so the DVD player reads an interlaced file as
    progressive or vice-versa, causing corresponding
    errors during de-interlacing. To avoid this, you can
    use a manual preset for the corresponding mode.

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    View Mode:
    Set the view mode to match that of your TV set.



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    Fill: The picture will fit the screen, any contents
    surpassing the borders will be truncated.

    Component: To connect the DVD player via the
    YPbPr (YUV) connectors (1).

    Original: The contents will be played with the
    same dimensions they were recorded.

    RGB: To connect the DVD player via the SCART
    connector to an RGB-compatible TV set.

    Auto Fit: The DVD player will scale the picture to
    fit the screen size.

    P-Scan: To connect the DVD player via the YPbPr
    (YUV) connector (1) with Progressive Scan. PAL
    DVDs may contain either Interlaced or Progressive
    contents. For interlaced contents, the DVD player
    will add a custom-calculated line to each missing
    line. For progressive contents, it will join two semipictures that exist on the DVD. Please also note the
    Picture Mode setting.

    Pan Scan: 16:9 contents will fill the screen on 4:3
    devices. The borders will be truncated.

    TV System:
    Your DVD player can play both PAL and NTSC
    DVDs. Please note that your display device must
    support the corresponding system.

    HD: To connect the DVD player via the HDMI
    connector to a screen or projector featuring an
    HDMI input.

    HD Resolution

    NTSC: The DVD player will be set to NTSC.
    PAL: The DVD player will be set to PAL.
    AUTO: The DVD player will detect the TV system
    of the DVD automatically.

    Video Out:
    Here you can set the output of your DVD player
    where you have connected your TV set.

    HD JPEG Mode
    When playing back JPG pictures from your DVD
    player using a screen or projector connected via an
    HDMI cable, the picture quality can be improved
    by enabling the JPEG mode. This setting is closely
    related to the HD Resolution (see above). It is
    recommended that you set the HD Resolution to
    AUTO.

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    Setup Menu

    Here you can set the desired resolution, or leave
    the default setting AUTO. When viewing pictures
    in JPG format, it is recommended that you use the
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    Audio Settings

    Centre Speakers:
    Here you set if there is any centre speaker at the
    front in the middle (between the left and right
    speakers) and what frequency range is to be used to
    feed it.

    In Setup menu, press the arrow button “down” 26
    to go to the Audio setting and then press the arrow
    button “right” 25 to choose the different menu
    items.

    Bass Management:
    If you have connected your DVD player to an AV
    receiver or active speakers via the analogue 5.1
    outputs (4), you can enable your subwoofer here.
    Large: The centre speaker will receive the full
    frequency range, there is no subwoofer.
    Small: The lower frequencies will be skipped, the
    subwoofer will play them back instead.
    None: There is no centre speaker installed, the
    signals will be sent to the front left and right
    speakers.

    Surround Speakers:
    Off : No subwoofer.
    On: The subwoofer will be used.

    Here you set if there are any back effect speakers
    and what frequency range is to be used to feed them.

    Front Speakers:
    Here you can set whether the front left and right
    speaker will receive the full frequency range or if the
    bass frequencies will be skipped, for example, when
    using a subwoofer.

    Large: The surround speakers will receive the full
    frequency range, there is no subwoofer.
    Small: The lower frequencies will be skipped, the
    subwoofer will play them back instead.
    Large: The front speakers will receive the full
    frequency range, there is no subwoofer.
    Small: The lower frequencies will be skipped, the
    subwoofer will play them back instead.

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    None: There are no surround speakers installed, the
    signals will be sent to the front left and right
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    Subwoofer:
    Set whether there is a subwoofer installed.

    Delay Settings:
    If you have connected an active speaker system to
    the analogue 5.1 outputs (4) of your DVD player, the
    moment at which the sound is emitted should be the
    same for all speakers. For this, measure the distance
    between your seating position to all the speakers and
    enter the distances in Setup menu.

    Centre delay:
    Off: There is no subwoofer installed.
    On: There is a subwoofer installed.

    Enter the distance from the centre speaker to your
    seating position.

    Test Tones:
    Test tones are used to verify your speakers’ position.
    You can check if all speakers have been connected
    properly.

    Surr. Delay:
    Off : No test tones.
    Left: Noise from the left front speaker.

    Enter the distance from the back surround speakers
    to your seating position.
    Example : If you are seating approx. 2 m away from
    the back speakers, enter 2 m.

    Right: Noise from the right front speaker.
    Centre: Noise from the centre speaker.
    Left Surround: Noise from the left back speaker.
    Right Surround: Noise from the right back speaker.
    Subwoofer: Noise from the subwoofer.

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    Setup Menu

    Example : If you are seating 1.7 m away from the
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    Digital Out:
    You can set the optical (9) and coaxial (7) outputs
    (SPDIF) according to the requirements of your
    playback device.

    IMPORTANT: This function works only if the
    DVD player has been connected to the playback
    device via a digital audio line (optical or
    coaxial).

    Down Sampling:
    Here you can set if you want the DVD player to
    downsample Dolby Digital or dts multi-channel
    sound to stereo sound.

    Off : The SPDIF connectors are disabled.
    PCM: The digital multi-channel tracks of the
    DVD will be downmixed by the DVD player.
    RAW: The sound will be output as it has been
    recorded on the disc. Use this setting when
    connecting a Dolby Digital AV receiver.
    Off : Function disabled.
    On: Function enabled.

    Night Mode:
    DVDs usually have a high dynamic range. The
    difference between low and high volume of a DVD
    is very large. When using a lower volume on your
    playback device, the DVD player can compress the
    sound in a way that the difference between the lower
    and higher volume parts is less accentuated.

    Off : No compression.
    On: The DVD player reduces the volume
    differences between low and high volume of the
    DVD by using dynamic compression.

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    Parental Control

    To enable the rating, select the item “Parental
    Control” from the “Rating” OSD menu and enter
    the password (8888). Confirm by pressing ENTER
    (11).

    Retail and rental DVDs include a rating level by age.
    This rating can also be recorded by the producer of
    the DVD so that a password is required for playback.
    The default password for this device is 8888. You
    should change it immediately after installing your
    DVD player.

    Set Password: Here you can change the default
    password (8888) and define your own password.
    Only digits 0-9 are allowed.
    To enter the password, select «Set Password» from
    the OSD menu. Enter the correct password.
    Confirm by pressing ENTER (11).

    Setup Menu

    WARNING: Only a few DVDs include a recorded
    rating. If the DVD producer doesn’t record any
    rating onto the DVD, the Parental Control function
    of your DVD player will not work automatically.
    Parental Control will work only if you enable it
    explicitly on the DVD player and if the DVD
    inserted includes a corresponding code. If you insert
    a DVD that cannot be played back according to
    Parental Control, a menu will appear prompting you
    to enter your password and to confirm it by pressing
    ENTER (11).

    Parental Control:
    This item allows you to restrict the age. The
    possible settings for German DVDs are.

    Again, select “Set Password” and enter your new
    password. Confirm by pressing ENTER (11).
    Note:
    If you have forgotten your password, you can use
    the factory-default password (8888).

    1. Kid Safe: DVDs suitable for all ages (no
    restrictions).
    4. PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned): DVDs
    suitable for children from 12 years.
    8. Adult: DVD discs can be played without any
    restriction.

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    Miscellaneous

    DivX Registration / VoD

    In this menu you can restore the factory-default
    settings of your DVD player. This will bring back
    the original configuration when you installed the
    device for the first time. All your personal settings
    will be lost. Please confirm the safety prompt with
    Yes and press ENTER (11).

    To display the DivX VOD (Video On Demand)
    registration code of your DVD player, press the
    SETUP button (7) and select the Misc menu. Press
    the Direction buttons to select the option “DivX
    Registration” and press ENTER (11) to confirm.
    The Registration code will appear. For more
    information, please visit: www.divx.com/vod.

    The “Screen saver” option allows you to enable or
    disable the screen saver. To enable the screen saver,
    press the Direction buttons to navigate to the
    “Screen saver” option and press the ENTER button
    (11) to confirm. Then select “On” and press ENTER
    again to confirm your selection.

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    Playing Media with
    Your DVD Player
    Inserting a DVD/CD



    To play a disc or file with your DVD player:
    Power the DVD player, TV set and any other
    external equipment on.



    The DVD player will show the Silvercrest start
    screen.



    If no disc has been inserted into the DVD
    player’s disc tray the message “No disc” will be
    shown.



    Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (21) on the
    remote control or the DVD player’s front panel
    (3) to open the disc tray. “Open” is displayed on
    the screen.



    Load the disc with the label facing up on the disc
    tray. For double-sided discs, insert the side to be
    played downwards.



    Once you have inserted the disc, press the
    OPEN/CLOSE button (21) on the remote control
    or the DVD player’s front panel (3) to close the
    disc tray.



    The disc contents will be read, this may take a
    few seconds. “Loading” is displayed on the
    screen.



    The playback of DVD Video discs and Audio
    CDs starts automatically. For ISO DVDs
    containing files the File Browser will open.



    DVDs, VCDs and SVCDs that you want to play
    back may include a region code that you’ll find
    on the DVD box. The DVD will only play
    DVDs/VCDs/SVCDs with the region code 2.

    Pausing Playback



    To pause playback of the inserted DISC OR
    FILE, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (6) of
    the DVD player’s front panel or on the remote
    control (29) during playback.



    The message “Pause” will be shown on the TV
    screen, and on the display (2) on the DVD
    player’s front panel you will see the elapsed
    playtime.



    The screen will shown the still picture of the
    paused scene.



    Press PLAY/PAUSE again: playback starts
    automatically from the point where you
    stopped.

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    Playing Media



    Depending on the inserted DISC OR FILE it is
    possible that the contents do not play
    automatically but a selection menu will be
    displayed. In this case, press the Direction
    buttons on the remote control to select the menu
    item allowing movie playback to start. To start
    movie playback, press the ENTER (11) or PLAY
    (29) button on the remote control.



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    Stopping Playback



    To stop movie playback of the inserted disc,
    press the STOP button (7) of the DVD
    player’s front panel or on the remote control
    (15).

    If such a menu exists on the inserted DVD disc, you
    can open it during playback by pressing the MENU
    button (23) on the remote control. Select the
    different menu items by using the Direction button
    on the remote control. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
    button (6) of the DVD player’s front panel or the
    ENTER button (11) on the remote control to confirm
    the selected option. To return to playback, press the
    MENU button (23) on the remote control again.

    PBC (Playback Control)
    Resume Function





    If you have stopped playback by pressing the
    STOP button once, the DVD player will store the
    current playback position. This feature is called
    «Resume Function». «Stop» is displayed on the
    screen. As soon as you press the PLAY button on
    the DVD player’s front panel or on the remote
    control, playback will resume from the stored
    position (as long as you don’t power the DVD
    player off in the meantime).
    Pressing the STOP button a second time will
    delete the stored position. When you press the
    PLAY button , playback starts from the
    beginning of the disc.

    Opening the DVD Menu
    (Menu)

    This function is not available for all DVD discs.
    Many DVD discs include a main menu that lets you
    playback the movie but also offers different options
    such as:

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    selecting the language for subtitles and audio
    track



    direct chapter selection



    the playback of bonus material on the movie
    (background information, making-of, etc.)

    (Super) Video-CDs can include PBC (Playback
    Control). This allows you to select specific
    playback functions (menus). The Video CD must
    be PBC-compatible (see the CD box).

    Enabling PBC
    During playback or when playback is stopped,
    press the MENU button (23) on the remote
    control. PBC is now enabled. To display the PBC
    main menu, press the MENU button (23) on the
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    Skip to a Chapter

    Press the PREV (27) and NEXT (28) buttons on
    the remote control or on the front panel during
    DVD playback to skip to the beginning of a
    chapter.


    Press the button PREV (27) once, to skip to the
    beginning of the current chapter. Press this
    button twice to skip to the previous chapter.



    Press the button NEXT (28) once, to skip to the
    beginning of the next chapter.

    The selected chapter will be played back
    immediately – you don’t need to press the PLAY/
    PAUSE button (29). The number of the selected
    chapter will appear on the display of the DVD
    player’s front panel, to the left of the playback
    time.

    Enter either the title or chapter number or the time
    and press ENTER (11) to confirm.

    The disc or file will be played from the set
    position.

    Bookmark

    1. Select the position you want to bookmark.

    Entering the Title Number
    via the Numeric Buttons





    During playback, enter the title number via the
    numeric buttons on the remote control (5).
    Example: Press 3 for the third title or press 1
    and 0/10 for the tenth title. The entered
    numbers will appear for a few moments on the
    screen.
    Then press the ENTER button (11) on the
    remote control. The title with the entered
    number will be played back.

    3. Press ENTER [11] to set the bookmark. The
    playtime will be displayed on the screen.

    Playing Media

    Instead of using the Skip function you can also
    select DVD titles directly by entering the title
    number via the numeric buttons (5) 0 to 9 on the
    remote control.

    2. Press BOOKMARK (34) during playback.
    “Bookmark 1 - 3” is displayed on the screen.

    4. If necessary, you can set up to 2 more
    bookmarks.
    5. Press BOOKMARK [34] to exit the function.
    To go to the bookmark, press the BOOKMARK
    button (34), press the Direction buttons to select
    the desired bookmark and press ENTER (11) to
    confirm.
    Delete: to delete a bookmark, press the
    BOOKMARK button (34) and press the Direction
    buttons to mark the desired bookmark. Press the
    CLEAR button (6) to remove the bookmark. All
    bookmarks will be deleted when powering off the
    device or when replacing the DVD.

    Selecting Media and Files Directly by Entering
    the Title, Chapter or Time
    You can select a specific position within a disc or
    a file directly. To do so, press the SEARCH button
    (22) on the remote control. The “Search” options
    will appear.

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    Forward/Backward Search

    Slow-Motion Playback

    To select specific sections during playback, you can
    also use the fast forward/backward search. To do so,
    press the REV (13) or FWD (12) buttons on the
    remote control.

    You can view the contents of the inserted disc in
    slow-motion. To do so, press the SLOW button (18)
    on the remote control.

    For fast forward, press the FWD button (12), for
    backward search press the REV button (13).


    Press once for twice the speed. “x2” is displayed
    on the screen.



    Press twice for four times the speed. “x4” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press three times for eight times the speed. “x8”
    is displayed on the screen.



    Press four times for sixteen times the speed.
    “x16” is displayed on the screen.

    During fast forward/backward search no sound is
    played back.
    To resume playback of the movie at the selected
    position, press the ENTER button (11) on the remote
    control during the search. «Play» is displayed on the
    screen.



    Press once for 1/2 of the speed. “1/2” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press twice for 1/4 of the speed. “1/4” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press three times for 1/6 of the speed. “1/6” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press four times for 1/8 of the speed. “1/8” is
    displayed on the screen.

    During slow-motion playback no sound is played
    back.
    To resume playback of the movie at the selected
    position, press the ENTER button (11) on the remote
    control during the slow-motion playback. “Play” is
    displayed on the screen.
    This function is not available for all discs or media.

    Single-Picture Playback
    (Step)

    To view the disc contents or file step by step in
    single pictures:

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    Press the STEP button (14) during playback, to
    pause playback. The screen will shown the still
    picture of the paused scene.



    Pressing the STEP (14) button will advance the
    movie one frame.



    To resume movie playback, press the PLAY/
    PAUSE button of the DVD player’s front panel
    (6) or on the remote control (29).



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    Zoom

    Displaying/Hiding Subtitles

    During disc or file playback you can zoom the
    picture in three steps. To do so, press the ZOOM
    button (38) on the remote control.

    If subtitles exist for the inserted disc or file, you can
    display them during playback by pressing the
    SUBTITLE button (4) on the remote control. Press
    the button SUBTITLE (4) once to view the subtitles
    in the first available language. Press the button
    SUBTITLE (4) multiple times to view the subtitles
    in different languages. The number of the subtitle
    language will be shown (e.g. “1/10” for the first of
    ten available languages). If the last of all available
    languages is displayed (e.g. “10/10” for the tenth of
    ten available subtitle languages) you can disable the
    subtitle function by pressing the SUBTITLE button
    (4) again. “Off” is displayed on the screen.



    Press once for the first zoom step. “1” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press twice for the second zoom step. “2” is
    displayed on the screen.



    Press three times for the third zoom step. “3” is
    displayed on the screen.

    Press the Direction buttons to move the enlarged
    screen area. To return to normal picture size, press
    the ZOOM button (38). “Off” is displayed on the
    screen.

    Changing the Camera Angle



    To do so, press the ANGLE button (33) on the
    remote control.



    Each time you press ANGLE (33) it will toggle
    to a different camera angle.

    Changing the HD Resolution

    When playing back using an HDMI connection (see
    “Audio and Video Connectors”) you can set the
    resolution by pressing the HD/Res button (19) on the
    remote control. Press the HD/Res button (19) once to
    select the first available resolution. Press the button
    HD/Res (19) multiple times to cycle through the
    different available resolutions.

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    Playing Media

    Some movies on DVD/VCD/SVCDs contain
    chapters that have been recorded from different
    camera angles. Movies using this features can be
    viewed from different angles.

    You can set the position of MPEG-4 file subtitles
    (e.g. XviD) and display them on a grey background.
    (See the Chapter Setup)



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    Changing the Playback

    Repeating Intervals (A – B)

    Mode
    This function can be used to repeatedly play a
    specific interval of a disc or file.
    You can change the playback mode of an inserted
    disc or a file. To do so, press the PROGRAM button
    (20) on the remote control during playback. The
    available playback options will appear. Press the
    Direction buttons to navigate to “Mode” or “Rep
    On”. Press the ENTER button (11) on the remote
    control to toggle among the different playback
    modes.



    During playback, press the A–B button (31) on
    the remote control as soon as the beginning of
    the desired interval has been reached. “Rep A -”
    is displayed on the screen.



    Press the A–B (31) button again as soon as the
    end of the desired interval has been reached.
    «Rep A-B» is displayed on the screen. Please
    note that the beginning and end of the interval
    must belong to the same chapter.



    The repeated playback of the interval will start
    immediately. You do not need to press the PLAY
    button (29). The interval will be played back
    repeatedly until you press the A–B button again
    to disable the function. «Rep Off» is displayed
    on the screen.

    Mode


    Normal: The disc will be played in the default
    order.



    Shuffle: The files contained on the disc will be
    played in random order.

    Repeat On


    Single: The current file will be played
    repeatedly.



    All: All files will be played repeatedly.



    Off : No repeated playback.

    Note: Depending on the inserted DVD an extra
    menu item «Disc all» will be available.
    Press the PROGRAM button (20) again to hide the
    repeat mode selection menu.
    This mode does not work for all discs or files. If a
    playback mode is not available when pressing the
    PROGRAM button (20) the message “Invalid
    operation” will appear.

    REPEAT Function

    During the disc or file playback you can press the
    REPEAT button (30) on the remote control to enable
    the repeat function. Press the REPEAT button (30)
    several times to display the following options in
    sequence:


    “Repeat Chapter”: The track or the chapter
    will be repeated.



    “Repeat Folder“ (for file playback): The entire
    folder will be played back repeatedly.
    “Repeat Title” (for DVD playback): The
    current title will be played back repeatedly.



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    “Off“: The REPEAT function is disabled.



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    Displaying Disc or File
    Information

    During playback, press the DISPLAY button (8) on
    the remote control. Playback information is
    displayed on the screen.



    The type of the currently inserted disc (DVD)



    The elapsed playback time of the current
    chapter in hours, minutes and seconds



    The remaining playback time to the end of the
    chapter in hours, minutes and seconds
    The elapsed playback time of the current DVD
    in hours, minutes and seconds



    The remaining playback time to the end of the
    DVD in hours, minutes and seconds



    The current title number and the total number of
    titles



    The current chapter number and the total
    number of chapters



    The currently selected playback language



    The currently selected subtitle setting



    The current camera angle/the total number of
    available camera angles



    The bit rate in Mbps

    Use the Direction buttons on the remote control to
    navigate in File Browser. Confirm your selection by
    pressing ENTER (11).
    In the right selection window you can set filters to
    display all files contained on a storage media or only
    audio, picture or movie files.
    For pictures, a preview will appear in the lower-right
    field.
    For MP3 files, the ID3 tag will be shown in the
    bottom line.

    Creating a Playlist in File Browser
    Press the Direction buttons on the remote control to
    navigate in the Browser. Press the ENTER button
    [11] to confirm your selection.


    In the top selection window, select “Edit Mode”
    and press ENTER (11). The menu item will be
    highlighted.

    File Browser



    Next go to the left-hand selection window and
    mark the files that you want to play back in the
    desired order by pressing the ENTER button
    (11). A checkmark will appear to the left of the
    marked files.

    After inserting an ISO DCD, an ISO CD containing
    files or an Audio CD into the DVD player, the File
    Browser will appear. The File Browser displays the
    file formats Audio CD (.cda), MP3 (.mp3), Windows
    Media Audio (.wma), Mpeg4 (Xvid)(.avi), Nero
    Digital (.mp4) and JPEG (.jpg) contained on CD-R,
    CD-RW,DVD, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-



    Go back to the top selection window, select the
    option “Add to Program” and press ENTER (11)
    to confirm. The selected files will be added to
    the playlist.

    Press DISPLAY (8) again, to hide the information
    display.

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    Playing Media



    RW,DVD+RW discs, USB memory stick as well as
    CF I, CF II, SD, MS, MSPro, MMC and SM
    memory cards in the left-hand selection window.
    Movie files are labelled with a movie roll, picture
    with a camera and music files with musical notes.
    Furthermore, up to 24 characters of the file name
    will appear in the left selection field and 25
    characters plus file name extension (e.g. avi or mp3)
    will be shown in the address bar on top of the
    display window.



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    You can display the playlist by pressing the
    Direction button to go to the “Program View”
    option and pressing ENTER (11). Your playlist
    will appear in the left selection window.



    Press PLAY/PAUSE (29) to start the selected
    programme.



    You can delete the programme by selecting the
    files, then pressing the Direction buttons to go to
    the “Clear Program” option in the right selection
    window and pressing ENTER (11).



    To return to the normal Browser view, select the
    “Browser View” option in the upper-right
    selection window and press ENTER (11) to
    confirm.

    Changing the Playback Mode in
    File Browser
    1. You can change the playback mode of an
    inserted disc or a file. Press the Direction
    buttons to navigate to “Mode” or “Rep On” in
    the upper-right selection window. Press the
    ENTER button (11) on the remote control to
    toggle among the different playback modes.

    Using Memory Cards/USB
    Stick With MP3/WMA/MPEG4 (XviD)/JPEG Files

    The DVD recorder will always power-on in DVD
    mode. To playback from memory card, press the
    USB/CARD button (2) on the remote control.
    Your DVD player supports the JPEG, MP3, WMA
    and MPEG-4 (XviD) file formats and will open
    File Browser.
    Please only insert one memory card at a time. The
    DVD player will start reading the upper slot for
    CF I/CF II cards. If you insert a memory card here,
    any data contained on card in the lower slot will
    not be read.
    To insert CFI/CFII, SD, MS/MSPro, MMC and xD
    memory card into the DVD player:


    After your TV set, the DVD player and any
    other external devices (e.g. audio equipment)
    have been powered on and are ready and the
    DVD player has been connected properly to
    the TV, the Silvercrest start screen will be
    shown.



    If no disc has been inserted into the DVD
    player’s disc tray the message “No disc” will
    be shown.



    Open the card reader covers on the front panel
    of the DVD player.



    Carefully insert the memory cards into the
    slots until they click in place.

    Mode


    Normal: The disc will be played in the default
    order.



    Shuffle: The files contained on the disc will be
    played in random order.



    Intro: plays back each title for 10 seconds
    automatically.

    Repeat On


    Single: The current file will be played
    repeatedly.



    Folder: All files will be played repeatedly.



    Off : No repeated playback.

    The memory cards have to be fully inserted
    without applying any brute force!

    Supported Memory Cards
    The player supports CFI/CFII, SD, MS/MSPro,
    MMC and xD memory cards:

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    Special Features for Picture

    Special Features for MP3

    Playback

    Playback

    Your player can display JPEG files. Insert a disc or
    insert the corresponding memory media. The File
    Browser will appear showing the picture files in the
    left-hand selection window. In the lower-right
    window you will see a picture preview. As described
    in the section “Creating a Playlist in File Browser”,
    you can program the picture playback in the form of
    a playback list.

    Your player can play MP3 music files. Insert a disc
    or insert the corresponding memory media. The File
    Browser will appear showing the music files in the
    left-hand selection window. As described in the
    section “Creating a Playlist in File Browser”, you
    can program the MP3 playback in the form of a
    playback list.

    Press the TITLE button (24) on the remote control to
    generate a thumbnail view containing nine picture
    thumbnails. Press the Direction button to browse
    through the thumbnails and press the ENTER button
    (11) to select a specific picture and view it in full
    size.

    The upper right selection window also contains the
    option “Intro”. This will play the first few seconds of
    each track.
    If the MP3 contains ID3 tag information it will be
    displayed at the bottom in File Browser. The ID3 tag
    can contain the name of the album, title, artist, the
    year, the track and a remark.

    While displaying a picture, press the Direction
    buttons to rotate it:
    Right arrow (25): Rotate by 90°



    Down arrow (26): Rotate by 180°



    Left arrow (10): Rotate by 270°



    Up arrow (9): Rotate by 180°

    The DVD player has to resize the picture to the PAL
    resolution of 720 x 576 pixel. The larger the picture
    file the more time the DVD player needs for
    calculating and displaying the file.
    Depending on the picture size and aspect ratio, black
    bars may appear in the horizontal or vertical
    margins.

    Using the “Ripping” Feature
    to Create MP3 Files

    CAUTION! Notes on Copyright:
    Any copying of copyrighted material may
    infringe copyright laws. It is forbidden by law
    to copy, broadcast, show on cable, play in
    public, and rent copyrighted material without
    permission. You may only use this DVD player
    to reproduce or copy materials for which you
    own the copyright; or have obtained permission
    to copy from the copyright owner; or you
    otherwise have a legal right to reproduce or
    copy.
    Make sure you obtain the permission or
    authorization from copyright owners and
    related third-parties before you start using the
    MP3 files.

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    The right-hand button “Rip quality” can be used to
    set the quality of the conversion. Choose between
    “Best”(320Kbit/s), “High”(192Kbit/s) and
    “Normal”(128Kbit/s).

    You can convert the titles of a non-copy-protected
    Audio CD into MP3 files and store them onto a
    memory card or USB memory stick. To do so, insert
    the desired CD and the desired storage media
    (memory card or memory stick).
    The CD menu is displayed on the screen.

    Press the Direction buttons on the remote control to
    navigate to “Ripping” and press the Enter button
    (11) to confirm.
    Press the Direction buttons to select “Destination”.
    Specify whether you want to save the MP3 files on a
    memory card or on a USB stick.

    In the left-hand window pane, press the Direction
    buttons to navigate to the titles that you want to rip.
    Press the Enter button (11) to confirm your selection.
    Alternatively you can also use the “Select all” button
    in the right selection field to select all titles
    simultaneously. The lower-right window displays the
    available memory on the target media and how much
    space will be used by the selected titles.

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    Press the Direction buttons to navigate to “Ripping
    Start” in the upper-right selection window and press
    the Enter button (11) to confirm.

    The conversion process starts. You can see the
    progress on the displayed status bar.

    Do not remove the media from the DVD player
    while this process is running. Once the conversion is
    completed the DVD player returns to the CD
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    Technical Specifications
    Power supply

    230 VAC, 50/60 Hz

    Power consumption On/Standby

    <= 20 W / < 1 W

    Weight

    2.3 kg (net weight of the player, without any accessories)

    Size

    430 x 260 x 38 mm (Player)

    Colour system

    PAL/AUTO/NTSC

    Laser

    CD: 780 nm; DVD: 650 nm

    Frequency response

    20 Hz to 20 KHz (at 1 KHz, 0 dB)

    Signal-to-Noise ratio

    >= 90 dB (at 1 KHz, 0 dB)

    Dynamic Range (audio)

    >= 80 dB

    Operating temperature

    5 °C - 35°C

    Operating humidity

    max. 85 % rel. humidity

    Supported discs

    DVD, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, DVD+/-R DL, VCD, SVCD, MVCD,
    CD-R, CD-RW, AUDIO-CD, Nero Digital, MPEG4, MP3, DivX

    Outputs

    Scart, Composite Video, S-Video, Component (YUV), Coaxial,
    Optical, HDMI

    Composite-Video Out

    Composite: 1.0 ± 0.2 Vp-p
    Load impedance: 75 Ω , negative polarity
    2.0 ± 0.1 Vrms

    Included accessories

    RCA audio/video cable (Composite Video and Audio L-R)

    Technical Specifications

    Audio Out (analogue)

    Remote control
    User’s Manual
    Scart (Euro AV) cable
    2 Micro UM-4, AAA batteries, 1,5 Volt
    Nero Trial

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    Lange Wende 41
    59494 Soest
    Germany
    www.silvercrest.cc

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