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    Instruction manual
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    The objective of every Tangent product
    is that fundamentally correct
    design can produce a product
    capable of achieving excellent
    performance and affordability.

    www.tangent-audio.com

    This operation manual supplies all the information that you need to have about your Tangent MCS-650.
    Please read this operation manual carefully before you start using the unit!

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    Content
    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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    CONNECTION

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    Connection to the mains

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    FRONT PANEL BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS

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    REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS AND BUTTONS

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    REMOTE CONTROL

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    USING THE REMOTE

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    Installation of batteries
    Using the remote control

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    CONNECTION AF SPEAKERS

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    CONNECTION TO TV SET AND DIGITAL OUTPUTS

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    REAR PANEL INPUTS

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    FRONT PANEL INPUTS

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    THE SETUP MENU

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    Video Setup
    TV Display
    TV Type
    Video Out
    Angle Mark
    OSD Language
    Screen Saver
    HDMI Resolution
    HDMI Audio

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    Audio Setup
    SPDIF Output
    LPCM Out

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    Preference Setup
    Audio
    Subtitle
    Disc Menu
    Parental
    Password
    Default
    DivX VOD

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    USING THE RADIO

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    Connecting an antenna
    Tuning in channels
    RDS (Radio Data System)

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    TROUBLESHOOTING

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    SPECIFICATIONS

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    A triangle with a lightning symbol draws the user's attention to "dangerous voltage" without insulation in the
    cabinet which may be high enough to entail a risk of electric shock.

    A triangle with an exclamation mark draws the user's attention to important instructions for use and
    maintenance in the enclosed manual, which should be studied.

    A symbol for CLASS II (double insulation)

    WARNING:
    TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THE UNIT TO RAIN OR
    MOISTURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET AS IT CONTAINS DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. ONLY QUALIFIED
    TECHNICIANS ARE ALLOWED TO CARRY OUT REPAIR AND SERVICE.
    CAUTION:
    If the plug of the power cord needs to be replaced, it is important that the replacement is identical to the plug to
    be replaced, or that the new plug has been recommended by the manufacturer
    TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK, IT IS IMPORTANT TO INSERT THE PLUG CORRECTLY INTO THE
    SOCKET.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    WARNING: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ AND OBSERVE BOTH THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS
    MANUAL AND THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE UNIT. KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
    This unit was designed and manufactured with a view to providing maximum safety for the user. Incorrect use
    of the unit may cause electrical shock or fire. The protection devices built into this unit will protect the user if
    the procedures below are observed in connection with installation, use and repair. This unit is fully electronic
    and contains no parts that can be repaired by the user.
    DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET. RISK OF DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS
    ARE ALLOWED TO REPAIR THE UNIT.
    Read the manual
    Upon unpacking the unit, please read the manual carefully and observe all the instructions given.
    Power supply
    Only the power supply indicated on the rating plate must be used for this unit. If you are not sure which power
    supply you have, please contact the distributor or the local electricity supplier.
    Earthing or polarization
    If the plug cannot be inserted properly into the socket, or if the plug does not fit, the unit must not be used in
    your country.
    Ventilation
    The cabinet is provided with slots and openings to ensure ventilation and reliable operation and to protect the
    unit against overheating. Do not block or cover these openings. The openings must never be blocked, for
    instance by placing the unit on a bed, a sofa, a carpet or similar surface.
    Heat
    Do not place the unit near sources of heat such as radiators, heat registers, ovens or other units that produce
    heat.
    Water and moisture
    The unit must not be placed close to water, such as bathtub, wash basin, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a
    damp cellar or close to a swimming pool, etc.
    Cleaning
    Unplug the unit before cleaning. Do not use liquid detergents and aerosol cleaning agents. Use a dry cloth.
    Power cords
    Wiring must be organized to prevent people from stepping on the cables and to avoid pinching by objects
    placed on or beside them. Take special care around sockets and plug boxes and where the power cords leave
    the unit.
    Overloading
    Make sure that wall sockets, extension cords and plug boxes are not overloaded as this may lead to fire or
    electrical shock.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    Lightning
    Unplug the unit for additional protection during thunder or when the unit is not used for prolonged periods. This
    will prevent damage to the unit from lightning and power surges.
    Penetration of objects and liquid
    Never push any foreign objects through the openings into the unit, as they may touch dangerous voltage
    points or short-circuit parts and thus cause fire or electric shock. Do not spill liquid on the unit.
    Accessories
    Do not place the unit on unstable surfaces such as a trolley, stand, tripod, shelf or table. The unit may fall and
    injure children or adults or be seriously damaged. Use only trolley, stand, tripod, shelf or table that is very
    stable or provided with the unit. The unit must be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions
    and by means of installation equipment recommended by the manufacturer. If the unit is placed on a trolley,
    the trolley must be moved very carefully. Sudden stops, unnecessary force and uneven surfaces may cause
    the trolley to turn over.
    Loads
    Do not place heavy loads on the unit and do not step on it. The load may fall and cause serious injury to
    persons or damage to the unit.
    Damage
    Unplug the unit and contact qualified technicians in the following cases:
    A) If the power cord or the plug is damaged.
    B) If liquid has been spilled on the unit or objects have fallen into the unit.
    C) If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
    D) If the unit does not work properly after adhering to the instructions in the operation manual. Only the
    settings described in the operation manual must be made as incorrect setting may result in damage and
    often will make it difficult for a qualified technician to make the unit work properly again.
    E) If the unit has been dropped or damaged in any other way.
    F) When the operation of the unit changes drastically, the unit requires service.
    Service
    Do not attempt to carry out any service work yourself. By opening or removing the cabinet, you will be exposed
    to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Any service work should be carried out by qualified technicians.
    Spare parts
    If spare parts are required, make sure that the service technician uses spare parts specified by the
    manufacturer or spare parts with the same characteristics as the original. Unauthorized spare parts may cause
    fire, electrical shock, etc.
    Safety check
    After service or repairs on the unit, ask the service technician to carry out a safety check to ensure that the unit
    is ready for use.

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    Handling instructions
    The top and back panel of the unit may become warm after prolonged use. This is not due to a defect.
    Turn off the power when the unit is not used.
    Protect the power cord
    Follow the instructions below to prevent abnormal operation, electrical shock, fire or personal injury:
    Hold the plug firmly when inserting it into the socket.
    Avoid heat-producing devices.
    Do not place objects on the power cord.
    Do not carry out service work on or change the power cord.
    Positioning
    Do not place the unit in any of the fol. places:
    In sunlight, close to heat-producing devices or in an enclosed rack.
    In places with high temperatures (40C or more) or high relative humidity (90% or more).
    In dirty places as some internal parts may be damaged.
    Do not put your fingers or any other objects into the unit
    Touching the internal parts is dangerous and may cause injury or damage. Do not open the cabinet.
    Do not place any foreign matter in the unit.
    Interference
    Placing the unit near a television set, radio or video player may cause poor picture and sound quality. In that
    case, move the unit further away from the television set, radio or video player.
    Condensation
    Condensation may occur in the following cases:
    When the unit is moved directly from a cold to a warm place.
    When the unit is used in a room where the radiator has just been switched on or a place where the cold
    air from the air-conditioning system is directed at the unit.
    If the unit is used in the summer in a warm and humid room just after it has been moved from an airconditioned room.
    If there is steam or a high level of humidity in the room.
    In case of condensation, the unit will not work properly. Turn off the unit. Unplug the unit and leave it for 2-3
    hours. The unit will then have adapted to the environment and any condensation will have disappeared.

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    CONNECTION
    Connection to the mains

    Check that all other connections have been made correctly before inserting the mains plug into the wall
    socket. Then insert the plug into a suitable socket.
    Note: If the unit is to be used abroad, you may need an adapter.
    CAUTION:
    Do not turn on the power before all connections have been made correctly. You might break your new unit.
    Check that all connections have been made correctly before turning on the power.
    Check that the mains voltage is 220-240V AC50~60Hz before turning on the power.

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    FRONT PANEL BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS

    The points below contains a brief description of the front panel buttons, inputs and outputs. For more detailed
    descriptions of the functions and connections, please see the following pages of the manual.
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    Standby LED
    The standby LED indicates whether the unit is on or in standby. When the receiver is on, the standby
    LED will glow green. When the receiver is in standby, the standby LED will glow red.
    Display.
    Shows information of the selected input source, adjustments and system state.
    Master volume.
    Turn this button clockwise and counterclockwise to adjust the master volume. Turn the knob clockwise
    to increase the volume and counter clockwise to decrease the volume.
    USB input
    Use this input for connection of USB sources, like a MP3 player, memory stick, cell phones, etc.
    Note: This input is not compatible with iPods.
    AV3 input.
    Front input for easy connection of game machines, digital still cameras, camcorders etc. The AV3
    contains CVBS and analog stereo input.
    Card reader
    Card reader for SD, MMC and MS cards
    EJECT/STOP
    Press this button to stop playback. Press it once more to eject the disc in the loader.
    PLAY/PAUSE
    Press this button to start playback. Press it once more to temporarily stop playback.
    NEXT (>>I)
    Press this button to choose the next track or chapter on the disc loaded in the unit.

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    PREVIOUS (I<<)
    Press this button to choose the previous track or chapter on the disc loaded in the unit.
    CARD/USB
    Press this button to select the USB or card reader.
    SOURCE
    Press this button to change between input sources.
    (DVD, USB, Card, AV1, AV2, FM, AM, AUX, TV, AV3)
    STATION
    Press this button to change between radio presets.
    Disc tray
    Headphones.
    Use this output to connect headphones. Please notice that if the receiver is playing multi channel
    surround sound, the sound in the headphones will be downmixed stereo. When the headphones are
    connected, the speaker outputs will turn off. Make sure that the headphones you wish to use, have a
    standard 6,3mm jack connecter. If not, you can use an adapter to match the 6,3mm jack.
    Note: Please be aware of that high volume levels can damage your hearing!
    Tuning + and –
    Press and hold these buttons for two seconds to search for radio channels.
    Power.
    Press the power button to set the receiver into standby. The standby LED will turn red. Press the power
    button once again, to turn on the receiver on again. The standby LED will turn green.

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    REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS AND BUTTONS

    The points below contains a brief description of the rear panel buttons, inputs and outputs. For more detailed
    descriptions of the functions and connections, please see the following pages of the manual.
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    Mains power switch.
    Mains power ON/OFF switch. This is not a standby function. This is the mains power switch. When this
    switch is set to OFF, the receiver will not use any power at all. Please notice that the stored radio
    presets and sound adjustments will be erased from the receiver when it is turned off on the power switch
    for a period longer than one week.
    Speaker output terminals.
    For connecting the speakers of the system. Note that the impedance of the connected speaker must be
    between 4 and 8 ohm. Please make sure that the power is disconnected from the receiver while making
    any speaker connection.
    Optical and coaxial outputs.
    Optical and coaxial outputs for connection to a external sound processor, CD recorder, surround
    receiver, etc.
    S-Video output and inputs.
    S-Video output for connection to a TV set or monitor.
    S-Video inputs for the AV1 and AV2 inputs
    FM and AM antenna input.
    For connection of FM and AM antennas.
    FM antenna input. Connect the included FM antenna whip to this input or an external FM antenna.
    Make sure the cable used for this is a 75 ohms coaxial antenna cable.
    AM antenna input. Connect the included AM loop antenna to this input or an external AM antenna.

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    HDMI output
    HDMI output for connection to a Monitor or TV set.
    CVBS output and inputs
    Video output for connection to a TV set or monitor.
    Video inputs for the AV1 and AV2 inputs
    AUX, AV1 and AV2 analog stereo inputs.
    Analog inputs for an auxiliary stereo source and a analog tape recorder.
    Component video input and output
    Component Video (YPbPr/YCbCr) output for connection to a TV set or monitor.
    Component Video (YPbPr/YCbCr) inputs for the AV1 and AV2 inputs
    Analog record output
    Analog output for an auxiliary stereo tape recorder or another source.
    Subwoofer output
    Pre output signal for connection of an active subwoofer.
    Scart input and output
    Scart output for connection to a TV set.
    Note: Press the AV2/TV button on the remote twice to get the sound from your TV set through the
    speakers connected to the MCS-650.
    Mains power input.
    Connect the AC power cord to this jack when the installation is complete. To ensure safe operation, use
    only the power cord supplied with the receiver. If a replacement is required it must be of the same type
    and capacity.

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    REMOTE CONTROL

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    Power
    Sets the unit into standby and turns it on.
    0-9 digits
    Selects the station saved or the track at the current number. If pressed in combination with the +10
    button numbers larger than 9 can be selected. If the buttons are pressed for more than two seconds, a
    station will be saved at the current number.
    Auto
    Enables and disables auto and manual search
    Mem
    Use this button in combination with the 0-9 button to store a radio channel to a preset.
    Press MEM, press the preferred number and press MEM again to store.
    AUX
    Press this button to select the auxiliary input on the rear panel.

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    DVD
    Press this button to select the built in DVD player as source.
    AV1
    Press this button to select the AV1 input on the rear panel.
    AV2/TV
    Press this button to select the AV2 input on the rear panel. Press it once more to get the sound from
    your TV set out through the connected speakers.
    Note: The TV set must be connected with a Scart cable to get the sound out through the connected
    speakers.
    Menu
    Press this button to enter the Disc menu on a DVD disc.
    Arrows/Tuning
    Use the arrow buttons to navigate in the disc menus, the setup menu, etc.
    In tuner mode use the left and right arrow button to manually search for channels, and the up and down
    buttons to scroll up and down in presets.
    Enter
    Use this button to confirm choices in menus etc.
    Return
    Use this button to cancel or return from special menus
    Bass
    Press this button to enter the bass adjustment menu. Press the volume + and – buttons to adjust.
    Treble
    Press this button to enter the treble adjustment menu. Press the volume + and – buttons to adjust.
    Subtitle
    Press this button to change between the subtitles available on a DVD disc.
    Audio
    Press this button to change between the audio tracks available on a DVD disc.
    Stop
    Press this button to stop disc playback
    Play
    Press this button to start disc playback
    Fast reverse (<<)
    Press this button to search backwards on a disc. Press the play button to resume normal playback
    Previous (I<<)
    Press this button to select the previous track or chapter.
    Pbc
    Press this button when playing VCD 2.0 to turn PBC on and off.
    Slow
    Press this button to enable slow playback. Press play to return to normal playback
    Goto
    Press this button in combination with the 0-9 digit buttons to go directly to a track or chapter on the disc.
    Ex.: if you would like to play track number 62, press GOTO, 0, 6 and 2
    P. Scan
    Press this button to change between progressive scan and interlace scan when YUV is chosen as video
    output.
    Eject
    Press this button to open and close the disc tray.

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    Display
    Press this button to change between information shown in the display and on the screen.
    PTY search
    Use this button to search for genre when listening to radio. Please notice that this function requires RDS
    which is only available on FM and not on all stations.
    APS (Auto Program Scan)
    Press this button to automatically search and store all available stations in tuner mode. This function
    works in FM and AM mode.
    St/Mo
    Press this button to set stereo on and off in FM mode.
    Tuner
    Press this button to select tuner mode. Press it again to change between FM and AM mode.
    USB/Card
    This button changes between and selects USB and card reader input mode.
    AV3
    Selects the AV3 input on the front panel.
    Title
    Selects the title menu if available during DVD playback.
    Setup
    Enters and exits the setup menu.
    Balance
    Press this button to enter the balance adjustment menu. Press the volume + an – buttons to adjust.
    Note: It is possible to adjust the level of the subwoofer output here.
    Volume + and Adjusts the master volume up and down.
    Note: This button is also used to adjust if used in combination with the Bass, Treble or Balance buttons.
    Repeat
    Press this button to repeat a single track, chapter, title, folder or disc repeatedly.
    Pause
    Stop playback temporarily. Press play to return to return to normal playback
    Fast forward(>>)
    Press this button to search forward on a disc. Press the play button to resume normal playback
    Next (>>I)
    Press this button to select the next track or chapter.
    Step
    Press this button to step one frame at the time during disc playback
    Angle
    Changes angle during DVD playback if the disc loaded supports multiple angles.
    Mute
    Mutes the sound. Press the button again to reactivate the sound.
    Zoom
    enables you to zoom on the picture during DVD playback

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    USING THE REMOTE
    Installation of batteries
    1

    Remove the battery cover as illustrated.

    2

    Position two batteries of the type AAA/R03/UM4 in the battery compartment. Make sure that the
    orientation of the batteries is correct (see drawing at bottom).

    3

    Replace the battery cover.

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    Do not mix new and old batteries and do not use different types of batteries.
    If the remote control is not used for prolonged periods, remove the batteries from the remote control to
    avoid corrosion.

    Using the remote control
    Direct the remote control at the sensor on the front panel of the unit. When the remote control signal is
    received, the unit reacts accordingly. The remote control works within a range of 6 meters.
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    Sometimes the remote control does not work well in strong
    light. You may have to move the unit if it is a problem.
    Malfunction may occur if other remote controls are used
    near the unit.
    Do not place any objects on the remote control, as the
    batteries may become flat if a key is depressed constantly.
    Make sure that there are no obstacles between remote
    control and unit.
    Do not position the unit behind tinted glass as it may reduce
    the maximum range of the remote control.

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    CONNECTION AF SPEAKERS

    Before Connection
    Before connection turn off the power of all the equipment.
    Read instructions of each component you intend to connect to this unit.
    Be sure to insert each plug securely. To prevent hum and noise, do not bundle the interconnection leads
    with power cord or speaker leads.
    Speaker Connections
    To avoid damaging the speakers with a sudden high-level signal, be sure to switch the power off before
    connecting the speakers.
    Check the impedance of your speakers.
    Connect speaker with an impedance between 8 and 4 ohms. The amplifier's colored speaker terminals
    are the + (positive) terminals and the black terminals are the (negative) terminals.
    The + side of the speaker cable is marked to make it distinguishable from the side of the cable. Connect
    this marked side to the colored + terminals and the unmarked side is the black terminal.
    Prepare the speaker cords for connection by stripping off approximately 10 mm or less (no more as this
    could cause a short-circuit) of the outer insulation. Twist the wires tightly together so that they are not
    straggly.
    How to connect
    Colored: positive (+)
    Black: negative (-)
    1. Unscrew the knob
    2. Insert the speaker cable.
    3. Tighten the knob and secure the cable.

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    CONNECTION TO TV SET AND DIGITAL OUTPUTS

    It is possible to connect the MCS-650 to the TV set in several different ways, depending on what kind of video
    input connections your TV set features.
    Scart (Sound and picture)
    Only one cable is needed to connect to the TV set. This connection enables you to get CVBS and RGB picture
    to you TV set. To get RGB picture through the Scart cable, you must set the Video output to RGB in the setup
    menu.
    Please notice that the sound output in the Scart connecter is volume regulated.
    Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) (Only picture, no sound)
    To use the component video output, you must connect all three cables (Y,Cb,Cr/Y,Pb,Pr) in the correct order.
    To get component video picture to your TV set, you must set the Video output to YUV in the setup menu. It is
    active as standard. When using the component video connection you have the ability of using progressive
    scan. To activate progressive scan press the P.SCAN button on the remote. If your picture distorts or
    disappears when running progressive scan, press the P.SCAN button once again, to change back to
    Interlaced scan.
    Note: Progressive scan is only available on component video.
    S-Video (Only picture, no sound)
    Connect this output to your TV set through a S-Video cable. No adjustments in the setup menu is needed.

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    Composite video (CVBS) (Only picture, no sound)
    Connect this output to your TV set through a RCA Video cable. No adjustments in the setup menu is needed.
    HDMI (Digital sound and picture)
    Connect this output to your TV set for the best picture available from your MCS-650 through a HDMI cable.
    The HDMI output features the following picture resolution: 480p (60Hz), 720p (60Hz), 1080i (60Hz), 576p
    (50Hz), 720p (50Hz), 1080i (50Hz). The picture resolution can be adjusted in the setup menu. The digital
    sound through the HDMI can be set to either SPDIF or PCM, depending on your TV set. The audio output in
    the HDMI connection can be adjusted in the setup menu.
    Please notice that not all TV sets features all of these connections. Make sure your TV set is compatible with
    the connection type you have chosen.
    Optical and Coaxial outputs
    It is possible to connect the MCS-650 to a digital surround receiver or processor. This will give you the ability
    to upgrade the sound experience from your MCS-650. The unit has both an optical and a coaxial digital output.
    These output must be turned on tin the setup menu in order to work. Please see the description of SPDIF
    setup for reference.

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    Rear panel inputs

    The rear panel has one analog stereo auxiliary input/output (AUX) and two AV inputs.
    The AUX connection contains an analog stereo line input and an analog stereo line output (REC OUT)
    Use this input to connect a tape recorder or similar products. Connect to source equipment using phono
    cables (stereo 2RCA-2RCA). Choose the AUX input by pressing the AUX button on the remote.
    The AV1 and AV2 inputs both contains an analog stereo input, a composite video input (CVBS), a Svideo input and a component video input.
    Choose the AV1 or AV2 inputs by pressing the AV1 or AV2/TV button on the remote. Please notice that
    if the AV2/TV button is pressed twice, the sound and picture from the TV set will be played instead of the
    sound and picture from the AV2 input.
    Note: The AV1 and AV2 inputs share the component video input. That means only one source can be
    connected to the MCS-650 through component video in. Also please notice that if you connect the AV1
    or AV2 through the component video input, you must connect your TV set via the component video
    output.
    Note: Do not plug in the mains power lead or turn on the unit before all connections have been made.

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    FRONT PANEL INPUTS

    The front panel has three inputs: A card reader, a USB input an a AV input. These inputs are intended for
    temporary and easy connections.
    The card reader enables you to insert your memory card from you camera or cell phone, to play music
    or see pictures. You can browse the files of the connected source vi the TV set you have connected the
    MCS-650 through. Please notice that the card reader is compatible with SD, MMC and MS card.
    The USB input enables you to connect your MP3 player or Memory stick to the unit, to play music or see
    pictures. You can browse the files of the connected source vi the TV set you have connected the MCS650 through. Please notice that the USB input on the front panel is not iPod compatible.
    The AV3 input on the front panel contains an analog stereo input and a CVBS video input. This enables
    to connect a gaming console or camcorder very easily. The AV3 input is a standard 3 RCA input, that
    should be connected the same way as the inputs on the rear panel.
    Choose the wanted input source by pressing the button on the remote that fits the wanted input.
    Note: Do not plug in the mains power lead or turn on the unit before all connections have been made.

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    THE SETUP MENU
    This unit features an On Screen Displayed setup menu.
    Here you can make adjustments in the different setting this unit features.

    Video Setup
    The video setup enables you to make adjustments regarding the video appearance.

    TV Display
    Here you can set the perspective of your TV set.
    4:3 Pan Scan: This setting will make sure every picture fits your 4:3 TV set. It will cut the picture to make it fit
    your screen perfectly.
    4:3 Letterbox: This setting will show 4:3 pictures on your screen normally and make a black bar in the top and
    bottom of the screen when showing 16:9 pictures.
    16:9 Wide: This setting will fit the pictures to match your widescreen TV.

    TV Type
    Here you can adjust the TV system to match your setup.
    PAL: Standard European setup
    AUTO: This setting should make sure the picture is displayed on most TV sets.
    NTSC: Standard American TV system
    Note: This setting is disabled when the HDMI output is activated.

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    Video Out
    Here you can adjust the video output settings to match your setup.
    YUV: Activates the component video output. You can change between progressive scan and interlaced scan
    by pressing the P.SCAN button on the remote.
    RGB: Activates the RGB video output in the Scart connecter.
    Note: This setting is disabled when the HDMI output is activated.

    Angle Mark
    Some DVD movies are recorded in multiple angles.
    The Angle Mark feature enables the MCS-650 to tell you if more than one angle is available. When the Angle
    Mark is set to ON, a small icon in the shape of a camcorder is shown on the screen. When Angle Mark is set
    to OFF, this icon will not be shown.

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    OSD Language
    Here you can change the language of the setup menu and other messages shown on the screen.
    Note: The languages available in this menu can vary.

    Screen Saver
    This function will start a screen saver similar to the one known from a computer after approximately
    60seconds. You can choose between ON and OFF.

    HDMI Resolution
    Here you can set the resolution of the HDMI output. Choose between:
    Off, 480p(60Hz), 720p(60Hz), 1080i(60Hz), 576p(50Hz), 720p(50Hz), 1080i(50Hz).
    Note: Please make sure the HDMI output setting matches the specifications of your screen.

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    HDMI Audio
    Here you set the digital audio output in the HDMI connecter. You can choose between SPDIF and PCM.
    Please notice that this setting must match the specifications of your system.
    PCM: The standard setting is PCM which matches most TV sets. The PCM setting only enables stereo sound
    in the HDMI connecter.
    SPDIF: The SPDIF setting enables multi channel sound in the HDMI connecter. This feature is used if you are
    connecting the HDMI output of the MCS-650 to a surround receiver or surround processor.

    Audio Setup
    The Audio setup enables you to make adjustments on the two digital audio outputs (Optical and Coaxial) on
    the rear panel of the MCS-650.

    SPDIF Output
    Here you can adjust the digital outputs on the rear panel.
    Off: Turns off the digital outputs
    SPDIF/RAW: This setting makes sure the data in the digital outputs are exactly the same as the data on the
    source playing.
    SPDIF/PCM: This setting limits the sampling rate of the digital output to PCM (Stereo)

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    LPCM Out
    This setting is only available when the SPDIF output is set to PCM. (See the description above)
    Here you can set the limitation of the digital output.
    48KHz: Sets the down sampling to 48KHz
    96KHz: Sets the down sampling to 96KHz
    Note: When this feature is active, some audio track are not reproduced correctly.

    Preference Setup
    In this menu you can make the most basic settings of the units DVD and DivX functions

    Audio
    This setting makes you able to set a preferred Audio language for playback of a DVD disc.
    If the setting is set to e.g. German, the German audio track of a DVD disc will be selected automatically if
    available.
    Note: This feature is not available on all DVD discs.

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    Subtitle
    This setting makes you able to set a preferred subtitle language displayed during playback of a DVD disc.
    If the setting is set to eg. German, the German subtitles of a DVD disc will be selected automatically if
    available.
    Note: This feature is not available on all DVD discs.

    Disc Menu
    This setting makes you able to set a preferred disc menu language for playback of a DVD disc.
    If the setting is set to eg. German, the German disc menu of a DVD disc will be selected automatically if
    available.
    Note: This feature is not available on all DVD discs.

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    Parental
    This feature allows you to restrict the viewing of certain materials that may not be suitable for younger
    members of the house. Please notice that in order to make adjustments in this menu, you are required to type
    the password. See the next paragraph for further explanation to this.
    The system is based on the rating information encoded on a DVD that classifies materials into 8 levels roughly
    corresponding to the Motion Picture Association of America voluntary ratings system.
    Note: Not all DVDs contains this information and will therefore not be affected by this setting.

    Password
    Here you can change the password required for making changes in the Parental settings.
    Note: The default password is 1234

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    Default
    Here you can reset all the setting of the MCS-650 to the factory defaults.
    Note: All video, audio, tuner, etc. settings will be lost if a reset is performed.

    DivX VOD
    Here you can require an 8 digit code for rental of DivX files on the internet etc.
    Please visit www.DivX.com for further instructions.

    USING THE RADIO
    Connecting an antenna
    Before you can start listening to radio stations, you must connect an antenna to the MCS-650.
    The receiver is able to receive both FM and AM radio. It is therefore possible to connect both an AM and a FM
    antenna to the receiver.
    1.

    FM antenna input. Connect the included FM antenna whip to this input. Adjust the position of the
    antenna whip until optimum reception is achieved. If an satisfying signal cannot be received with the
    included antenna whip, an external FM antenna must be connected instead. Make sure the cable used
    for this is 75 ohms coaxial antenna cable. The input can also be used for connection to an antenna
    cable network if available.

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    2.

    AM antenna input. Connect the included AM loop antenna to this input. Move the antenna until optimum
    reception is achieved.

    Note:
    It is strongly recommended to use outdoor external antenna to achieve the optimum antenna signal.

    Tuning in channels
    To tune in channels on the MCS-650, you have three options:
    - APS (Auto Program Scan)
    - Automatic frequency search
    - Manual frequency search
    APS (Auto Program Scan)
    Press the APS button on the remote. The receiver will automatically search the entire band for channels,
    and store them as they come. This is the easiest way to tune in radio channels. The downside to this is
    that the channels will be stored in the order they have been found in.
    Automatic frequency search
    Press the AUTO button on the remote. The display will show AUTO ON. Press and hold the TUNING +
    or TUNING - button on the remote for 1 second. The unit will automatically scan the frequency up or
    down, until a radio station is found. You can also turn the TUNING knob on the front panel of the
    receiver to scan up or down in frequency.
    Manual frequency search
    To search manually in the frequencies, press the the AUTO button on the remote. Make sure the display
    shows AUTO OFF. Then press the TUNING +/- button on the remote to step up or down in frequency. If
    you press and hold the TUNING +/- button on the remote, the receiver will keep stepping up or down in
    frequency, until you let go of the button. You can also turn the TUNING button on the front panel of the
    receiver to manually tune up or down in frequency.
    To store a frequency to a preset after automatic or manual searching, press the MEM button on the remote
    once. A number will start to flash in the display. Then press the preferred preset number you whish to store the
    frequency to. The frequency has now been stored to a preset after your choice.
    Use the Arrow Up and Arrow Down buttons on the remote to change between the stored stations.
    If your antenna signal is too weak, you might experience some noise when listening to radio in stereo. You can
    some times remove this noise by switching to mono. This is done by pressing the ST/MO button on the
    remote.

    RDS (Radio Data System)
    RDS is a method for the transmission of additional information from Radio Stations. It is only available in FM
    mode. For example, the name of the radio station, the name of the program or the type of program can be
    shown on the display. It functions only when the broadcasting station has the RDS transmission and the signal
    is strong enough.
    Press “DISPLAY” on remote control to display the RDS information. RDS contains the following information:

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    PS (Program Service name)
    PTY (Program TYpe)
    CT (Clock Time)
    RT (Radio Text)
    A) PS (Program Service Name)
    Press the DISPLAY button on the remote until PS appears. The current stations name will be shown.
    Note: NO PS will be shown if the signal from the radio station is not strong enough or no such service is
    available.
    B) PTY (Program Type)
    Press the DISPLAY button on the remote until PTY appears. The current type of the program will be
    shown.
    Note: NO PTY will be shown if the signal from the radio station is not strong enough or no such service is
    available.
    C) CT (Clock - Time)
    Press the DISPLAY button on the remote until WAITING CT will appear. The current time from the radio
    Station will be shown, e.g. 15:30
    Note:
    1. The Clock - Time will be only transmitted from the radio stations once a minute, so you need to wait
    for less than 1 minute to see the time.
    2. NO CT will be shown if the signal from the radio station is not strong enough or no such service is
    available.
    D) RT (Radiotext)
    Press the DISPLAY button on the remote until RT appears. The text message will start to scroll across the
    display.
    Note: NO RT will be shown if the signal from the radio station is not strong enough or no such service is
    available.
    PTY SEARCH (Program Type Search)
    1. Press the PTY SEARCH button on the remote, PTY SEL will flash on the display.
    2. Press the TUNING + /- on the remote to choose the program type, for example, NEWS, SPORT, etc.
    3. Press the PTY SEARCH button again to choose the program type shown in the display. PTY SRH will be
    shown on the display when a search is going on.
    4. When the type of program is tuned in, it will stop searching, otherwise, NO FOUND will appear in the
    display.

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    Troubleshooting
    If you have a problem with DVD player, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service. Some
    simple or minor problems can be solved by yourself. If the unit works abnormally continuously or the unit has
    been physically damaged, turn off the power and disconnect the AC power plug, consult qualified person such
    as dealer for service.

    Symptom / Remedy

    No sound or Distorted sound
    Confirm the power cord plug is well connected.
    Make sure the setting of TV or other AV equipment is proper.
    Make sure the TV or the amplifier is under normal operation.
    As you use the headphones, make sure the headphone is well connected with the jack and the volume
    switch (phone level) is turned to proper level
    No sound is heard during still picture (pause) or slow motion play.
    No picture
    Make sure the equipment is well connected.
    Make sure the input setting for the TV is “Video” or “AV”
    Make sure the specifications of the TV is according to the settings of the unit.
    Make sure TV is under normal operation.
    Make sure the color system is set at the proper mode (NTSC/PAL)
    Picture breakdown
    Make sure there is no significant damage on the disc
    The disc may be dirty, clean it and re-start again
    Does not play
    Make sure the disc is well installed with the label facing at the top.
    The disc may be dirty and require cleaning
    The player will be affected by moist disc or by condensation, keep the disc dry and wait about 1 or 2
    hours to allow the player to dry out.
    No operation can be performed with the remote control
    Check the batteries are installed with the correct polarities (+ & -)
    Make sure the batteries are in good condition and not depleted. If yes, replace the new ones.
    Make sure the remote is pointing at the sensor
    Remove the obstacles between the player and the remote
    No surround sound
    Choose the correct setup of the speaker setting which matches with your stereo system
    Check speaker connections
    Check the sources materials—if mono, sound may only come out of the centre output.
    If 2-channel DVD model, you will require a Pro Logic decoder or Dolby Digital decoder to reproduce the
    surround output.
    No 4:3 (16:9) picture
    Choose the correct setup “TV SCREEN” item that matches with your TV type.
    Remark: Abnormal functioning of this unit may be caused by static electricity or other external interference. To
    restore normal operation, unplug the AC cord and then plug it in again or switch off and on the player again.

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    Specifications
    Audio Section
    Rated Power Output:
    Total Harmonic Distortion:
    Line Input
    Input Sensitivity/Impedance:
    Frequency Response:
    Tone Control Range:
    BASS:
    TREBLE:
    Signal-to-noise Ratio:
    Subwoofer Output
    Rated Output/Impedance:
    Frequency Response:
    FM Tuner Section
    Frequency Range:
    Sensitivity:
    Antenna Terminal:
    MW Tuner Section
    Frequency Range:
    Sensitivity:
    Single-to-noise Ratio:
    Antenna:
    Video Section
    Inputs:
    Outputs:
    Level/Impedance:
    HDMI Resolutions
    Progressive scan
    Compatible discs:

    2 x 40 W 8 ohm
    2 x 60 W 4 ohm
    Less than 0.2% rated power output
    200 mV /47kohm
    20 Hz - 20 kHz +0.5 / -3 dB
    ±10dB
    ±10dB
    70 dB CCIR/ARM
    2 V / 2.2Kohm
    10 Hz - 120 Hz ± 3 dB
    87.5-108 MHz
    14dB (5uV)
    75 ohm (unbalanced)
    522 - 1629 kHz (Europe) 9 kHz step
    60 dB / M
    50 dB
    Loop Antenna
    CVBS, S-Video and Component video
    HDMI, CVBS, S-Video, Component video and RGB (Scart)
    1 Vp-p / 75ohm
    480p, 720p, 1080i (60Hz)
    576p, 720p, 1080i (50Hz)
    Via Component video

    Digital audio outputs:

    DVD Video, DVD+ r/rw, DVD- r/rw
    CD, CD-r/rw.
    VCD, S-VCD
    MP3 disc, WMA disc, JPEG
    DivX 3.xx, 4.xx, 5.xx
    USB input for audio and video
    Card reader for SD, MMC, MS
    Optical, Coaxial

    General
    Power Requirements:
    Power Supply:
    Power Consumption:
    Dimensions:
    Net Weight:

    AC220V –240V~ 50/60Hz
    200 Watts
    275(W) x 135(H) x 350(D) mm
    5.8Kg

    Compatible digital sources

    *Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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