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DXT66_Cover [ USUN ] . fm Page1 Friday , February24,2006 11 : 35AM English COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM Consists of CA - DXT66 , SP - DXT66F , and SP - DXT99W 6 — DX - T6 SP - DXT66F SP - DXT99W CA - DXT66 SUPER VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS GVT0165 - 001B [ US , UN ]
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DXT66_Safty [ USUN ] . fmPage1Thursday , February16,2006 2 : 14PM Warnings , Cautions and Others Caution – – ( standby / on ) button ! Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely ( the STANDBY lamp goes off ) . When installing the apparatus , ensure that the plug is easily accessible . The button in any position does not disconnect the mains line . • When the System is on standby , the STANDBY lamp lights red . • When the System is turned on , the STANDBY lamp goes off . The power can be remote controlled . CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . CAUTION • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . ( If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . ) • Do not place any naked flame sources , such as lighted candles , on the apparatus . • When discarding batteries , environmental problems must be considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly . • Do not expose this apparatus to rain , moisture , dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids , such as vases , shall be placed on the apparatus . IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1 . CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2 . CAUTION : Do not open the top cover . There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit ; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel . 3 . CAUTION : Visible and / or invisible Class 1M laser radiation when open . Do not view directly with optical instruments . G - 1
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DXT66_Safty [ USUN ] . fmPage2Thursday , February16,2006 2 : 14PM Caution : Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire , and to prevent damage , locate the apparatus as follows : 1 . Front : No obstructions and open spacing . 2 . Sides / Top / Back : No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below . 3 . Bottom : Place on the level surface . Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more . Front view Side view Wall or obstructions Wall or obstructions 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm CA - DXT66 CA - DXT66 10 cm [ EuropeanUniononly ] 28 kg / 62 lbs . CAUTION ! To avoid personal injury or accidentally droppingthe theunit , havetwopersonsunpack , carry , and install unit . G - 2
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page1 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM Introduction English Audio formats Playable Disc Types INFO The System can playback the following digital audio formats . ( Linear PCM ) , DIGITAL ( Dolby Digital ) , • LPCM DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) , ( Meridian Lossless MLP Packing ) IMPORTANT : Before playing a disc , make sure of COMPACT the following . . . SUPER VIDEO DIGITAL AUDIO DIGITAL VIDEO • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input mode on the TV to view the pictures or on - screen displays . DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format / Logo Licensing • For disc playback , you can change the initial setting to Corporation . your preference . See “ Setup Menu Operations ” on page 36 . • CD - R / - RW : Recorded in the Audio CD , Video CD , If “ ” appears on the TV screen when you press a and SVCD formats . MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , button , the disc cannot perform the operation you have MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX files written in accordance tried to do . with the “ ISO 9660 ” format can also be played . • DVD - R / - RW / - ROM / + R / + RW : Recorded in the DVD Video or Video Recording ( VR ) format . MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX files written How to Read This Manual in the UDF format can also be played . • Button and control operations are explained in the table In addition to the above discs / files , this System can playback below . audio data recorded on CD - Extra . • Some related tips and notes are explained later in the • The following discs cannot be played back : sections “ Learning More about This System ” and DVD - RAM , CD - I ( CD - I Ready ) , CD - ROM , Photo CD , “ Troubleshooting , ” but not in the same section CD - G ( CD - Graphics ) and DVD / CD Text . explaining the operations ( indicates that the INFO Playing back these discs will generate noise and damage content has some information ) . the speakers . Indicates that you press the button briefly . • In this manual , “ file ” and “ track ” are interchangeably used for MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX operations . Indicates that you press the button briefly • It is possible to play back finalized + R / + RW ( DVD Video and repeatedly until an option you want is Format only ) discs . “ DVD ” lights on the front display selected . panel when a + R / + RW disc is loaded . Indicates that you press one of the buttons . Caution for DualDisc playback : The Non - DVD side of a “ DualDisc ” does not comply with the “ Compact Disc Digital Audio ” standard . the button press and hold Indicates that you 2sec . Therefore , the use of Non - DVD side of a DualDisc on for a specified period . this product may not be recommended . The number inside the arrow indicates the period of press ( in the example , 2 seconds ) . Indicates that you turn the control toward the About color system specified direction ( s ) . This System accommodates both NTSC and PAL system and can playback discs recorded with either system . Indicates that this operation is only Remote To change the color system , see page 6 . ONLY possible using the remote control . Indicates that this operation is only Note on Region Code Main Unit possible using the main unit . This System can play back only DVD Videos whose Region ONLY Code numbers include “ 3 . ” EX . : 1
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page2 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM English Precautions Contents Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Installation Canceling the Demonstration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 • Install the System in a location with adequate ventilation to Changing the Color System and Scanning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 prevent internal heat build - up in the System . Display Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 DO NOT install the System in a location near Daily Operations — Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 heat sources , or in a place subject to direct Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 sunlight , excessive dust or vibration . Listening to the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Playing Back a Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 • Install in a place which is level , dry and neither too hot nor Playing Back a Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 too cold — between 5 ° C and 35 ° C . Daily Operations — Sound & Other Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . 13 • Leave sufficient distance between the System and the TV . Adjusting the Speaker Output Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 • Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference Reinforcing the Bass Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 with the TV . Selecting the Sound Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Power sources Creating Your Own Sound Modes — User Mode . . . . . . . . . . 14 • When unplugging the System from the wall outlet , always Creating 3 - dimensional Sound Field — 3D Phonic . . . . . . . . 14 pull on the plug , not the AC power cord . Presetting Automatic DVD Video Sound Increase Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 DO NOT handle the AC power cord with Changing a Playback Picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 wet hands . Changing the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Moisture condensation Turning Off the Power Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Moisture may condense on the lenses inside the System in Unique DVD / VCD Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 the following cases : Selecting the Sound Track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 • After starting to heat the room Selecting the Subtitle Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 • In a damp room Selecting the View Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 • If the System is brought directly from a cold to a warm Reviewing the Playback Quickly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 place . Selecting Browsable Still Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Should this occur , the System may malfunction . In this case , Playing Back Bonus Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 leave the System turned on for a few hours until the moisture Special Picture Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 evaporates , unplug the AC power cord , then plug it in again . Advanced Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Internal heat Programming the Playing Order — Program Play . . . . . . . . . . 20 • Make sure there is good ventilation around the unit . Poor Playing at Random — Random Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 ventilation could overheat and damage the unit . Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 – A cooling fan is inside the unit to prevent heat build - up . Prohibiting Disc Ejection — Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 On - Screen Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 DO NOT block the ventilation openings or On - screen Bar Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 holes . If they are blocked by a newspaper or Operations Using the On - screen Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . Operations on the Control Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Recording Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Others Enjoying Karaoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 • Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the System , Singing Along ( Karaoke ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer before Reducing the Lead Vocal — Vocal Masking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 operating any further . Scoring Your Karaoke Skill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 DO NOT disassemble the System since there Reserving Karaoke Songs — Karaoke Program Play . . . . . 33 are no user serviceable parts inside . Timer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Setup Menu Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 • If you are not going to operate the System for an extended Operating the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 period of time , unplug the AC power cord from the wall Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 outlet . Learning More about This System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 If anything goes wrong , unplug the AC power cord and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 consult your dealer . Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Parts Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 2
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page3 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM Connections English Do not connect the AC power cord until all other Supplied accessories connections have been made . • FM antenna ( x1 ) • AM loop antenna ( x1 ) • Composite video cord ( x1 ) • Connect VIDEO OUT directly to the video input of your • Remote control ( x1 ) TV . Connecting VIDEO OUT to a TV via a VCR may • Batteries ( x2 ) interfere with your viewing when playing back a copy • AC plug adapter ( x1 ) protected disc . Connecting VIDEO OUT to an integrated If any item is missing , consult your dealer immediately . TV / VCR system may interfere with your viewing . ~ From the video input of TV / monitor See page 4 . Ÿ From the digital input of digital audio component such as CD recorder See page 4 . ! From the analog audio output of auxiliary equipment ( VCR , etc . ) See page 4 . ⁄ From AM / FM antenna See page 4 . @ From the speakers / Subwoofer See page 5 . ¤ From surround speakers See page 5 . # Voltage selector Before plugging in , confirm the position the voltage selector points at . See page 5 . ‹ To a wall outlet Plug in the AC power cord only after all connections are completed . • If the wall outlet does not match the AC plug , use the supplied AC plug adapter . 3
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page4 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM English ~ ⁄ TV / monitor AM / FM antenna To assemble the AM loop antenna Composite video cord ( supplied ) S - Video cord ( not supplied ) Green Red Blue To connect AM / FM antenna Component video cord ( not supplied ) AM loop antenna ( supplied ) Turn it until the best reception is • To select progressive scanning mode ( see page 6 ) , use obtained . COMPONENT jacks . • Connect the VIDEO jack , S - VIDEO jack , or COMPONENT jacks whichever you want to use . Ÿ Digital audio component OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT FM antenna ( supplied ) Protective cap Extend it so that you can obtain the best reception . For better AM / FM reception AM loop antenna ( supplied ) • Set “ DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT ” in the “ AUDIO ” menu Keep it connected . correctly according to the connected digital audio equipment ( see page 37 ) . If the setting is incorrect , loud Vinyl - covered wire noise may be generated causing damage to the speakers . ( not supplied ) • The digital signal through the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Extend it horizontally . termunal is output only when the DVD / CD is selected as the source . FM outdoor antenna ! Auxiliary equipment ( not supplied ) Red Stereo audio cord ( not supplied ) White • Disconnect the supplied FM antenna , and connect to an outdoor FM antenna using a 75 Ω wire with coaxial type connector ( IEC or DIN45325 ) . • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals , connecting cords or the power cord . Also , keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the System , connecting cords , and the AC power cord . This could cause poor reception . 4
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connection.fm Page5 Tuesday , February28,2006 2 : 50PM English @ Speakers / Subwoofer To remove the speaker grilles of the main speakers Holes To connect the speaker cords Projection • When connecting the speaker cords , match their polarity with that of the speaker terminals : red / blue to ( + ) and black to ( – ) . 1 2 3 4 Speaker grille • The speaker bottom grille is not detachable . Do not try to remove it as this may damage it . From right front main speaker Surround speakers ¤ From the right surround From left front speaker ( not supplied ) main speaker From the left surround speaker ( not supplied ) # To adjust the voltage selector From subwoofer Use a screwdriver to rotate the • Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as voltage selector so that the voltage indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the System . mark is pointing at the same voltage • The front speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color as where you are plugging in the unit . distortions on TVs . However , if not installed properly , it ( See also the back cover page . ) may cause color distortions . So , pay attention to the following when installing the speakers . – When placing the speakers near a TV set , turn off the TV’s main power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers . Voltage mark Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TV’s main power switch again . Some TVs may still be affected even though you have DO NOT plug in before setting the voltage followed the above instruction . If this happens , move the selector and all connection procedures are speakers away from the TV . completed . • DO NOT connect more than one speaker to each terminal . • DO NOT push or pull the speakers as this will damage the foot spacers at the bottom of the speakers . 5
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page6 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM English Preparing the remote control Changing the Color System and Remote ONLY When using the remote INFO Scanning Mode control , point the top of the You can select the video output to match it to the color remote control toward the system of your TV ( NTSC or PAL ) . remote sensor as directly as • If you connect a progressive TV through the possible . If you operate it COMPONENT jacks , you can enjoy a high quality picture from a diagonal position , from the built - in DVD player by selecting progressive the operating range ( approx . scanning mode . 5 m ) may be shorter . R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) • You can change the setting only while the disc playback is stopped . • Dispose of batteries in the proper manner , according to Enter the color system setting mode . 1 federal , state , and local regulations . 2 sec . DO NOT recharge , short , disassemble , heat SCAN MODE the battery or dispose of it in a fire . VFP 2 Select the color system and scanning mode . Canceling the Demonstration Main Unit ONLY – E – L BALANC R NTSC PAL 2 sec . PAL PROG NTSC PROG DEMO OFF DEMO START NTSC / PAL NTSC or PAL Interlaced scanning . For a conventional PAL or NTSC TV . NTSC / PAL NTSC or PAL Progressive scanning . PROG For a progressive NTSC or PAL TV . To start the demonstration , select DEMO START . Store the setting . 3 SET 6
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page7 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM Display EnglishIndication The indications on the display teach you a lot of things while 9 Tape operation indicators you are operating the System , • TAPE : lights when a tape is loaded in either deck A or B . Before operating the System , be familiar with when and how • ( Reverse Mode ) : lights to indicate the current the indicator illuminates on the display . Reverse Mode . • A : lights when a tape is in the deck A . 12 3 89 456 7 • B : lights when a tape is in the deck B . • 2 3 ( tape direction ) : – Lights to indicate the current tape running direction . – Flashes slowly during playback and recording . – Flashes quickly while rewinding a tape . • REC : lights while recording . p Disc operation indicators • PROGRAM : lights when Program Play is activated . e q w y u a p o ; r t i • RANDOM : lights when Random Play is activated . • REPEAT : lights when Repeat Play is activated . 1 PROGRESSIVE indicator • ALL DISC : lights when All Disc Repeat is activated . • Lights when the progressive scanning mode is selected . • 1 DISC : lights when One Disc Repeat is activated . 2 Karaoke operation indicators • 1 : lights when One Track / Chapter / Step Repeat is • : lights when the Mic Mixing Mode is activated ; / activated . flashes when scoring function is in use . q Main display • MIC : lights when the Mic Mixing Mode is activated ; w TITLE indicator flashes when scoring function is in use . • Lights to indicate the title number for DVD Video . • ECHO : lights when the echo effect is activated . e Audio signal indicators • V.MASKING : lights when the Vocal Masking Mode is • Lights to indicate the incoming audio channel signals . activated . r GROUP indicator 3 Source signal indicators • Lights to indicate the group number . • DTS : lights when a source signal is DTS . t CHAP . indicator • DIGITAL : lights when a source signal is Dolby • Lights to indicate the chapter number . Digital . y TRACK indicator • DVD : lights when DVD Video is detected . • Lights to indicate the track number . • DVD AUDIO : lights when DVD Audio is detected . u FILE indicator • PCM : lights when a source signal is linear PCM . • Lights to indicate the file number . 4 BONUS indicator i Disc indicators • Lights when DVD Audio with bonus group is detected . • 1 – 5 : lights to indicate the current disc tray . 5 B.S.P . indicator • : lights when a disc is detected on the disc tray ; rotates • Lights when browsable still pictures on DVD Audio are during playback or paused . available . o Sound Mode indicators RESUME indicator 6 • S.MODE : lights when one of the Sound Modes • Lights when Resume is activated . ( Surround / SEA / User Modes ) is activated ( for Surround 7 Timer indicators mode , also lights ) . • : lights when Daily Timer or Recording Timer stands • DSP MODE : lights when one of the Surround Modes is by or is working or being set . activated . • SLEEP : lights when the Sleep Timer is activated . ; FM reception indicators • DAILY : lights when the Daily Timer is on standby ; • ST ( stereo ) : lights while an FM stereo station with flashes while working or being set . sufficient signal strength is tuned in . • REC : lights when the Recording Timer is on standby ; • MONO : lights while receiving an FM stereo station in flashes while working or being set . monaural . DVD LEVEL 1 / 2 / 3 indicators 8 3D PHONIC indicator a • Lights to indicate the DVD Video increase level . • Lights when 3D Phonic is activated . 7
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page8 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM — Playback Daily Operations English Turn on the power . ¥ In this manual , the operations using the remote control The STANDBY lamp on the main unit goes off . are mainly explained ; however , you can use the buttons • Without pressing AUDIO , the System also turns and controls on the main unit if they have the same ( or on by pressing one of the source select buttons in the similar ) name and marks . next step . Select the source . ø Playback automatically starts if the selected source is 1 ready to start playback . AUDIO • If you press AUX , start playback on the external DISC 1 – component . DISC 5 TV Adjust the volume . π 2 3 [ Operate the target source as explained FM MODE / later . MENU / PL TOP MENU / PG , , , , To turn off ( standby ) the system ENTER The STANDBY lamp on the main unit AUDIO 1 2 3 GROUP / TITLE lights in red . 4 5 6 Number buttons 7 8 9 • A small amount of power is always 10 0 10 consumed even while on standby . RETURN REVERSE MODE For private listening CANCEL Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack on the – , + SET main unit . The sound will no longer come out of the speakers . Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on the headphones . • Disconnecting the headphones will activate the speakers again . AUDIO 1 DO NOT turn off ( standby ) the System with the volume set to an extremely high level ; otherwise , the sudden blast of sound can damage your hearing , speakers and / or headphones when you turn on the System or start playback . AUX 2 DVD / CD TAPE - A TAPE - B FM / AM Adjusting the Volume The volume level can be adjusted in 32 steps ( VOLUME MIN , VOLUME 1 – VOLUME 30 , and VOLUME MAX ) . Remote control : Main unit : AUDIO VOL 3 AUDIO VOL 8
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page9 Tuesday , February14,2006 3 : 20PM English Remote ONLY Listening to the Radio INFO If the FM station has poor reception To select the AM tuner interval spacing The MONO indicator lights on the Main Unit FM MODE ONLY display . Reception will improve though Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart , and other stereo effect is lost — monaural reception countries use 10 kHz spacing . mode . press the To restore the stereo effect , 1 Select “ AM , ” then turn off ( standby ) the System . button again ( the MONO indicator goes off ) . TUNER FM • Initial setting is FM and stereo mode . TUNER AM Remote ONLY To preset stations 2 Select the AM tuner interval spacing . You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations . To select 9 kHz : • To cancel the operation during procedure , press CANCEL . Tune in to a station you want to preset . 1 • You can also store the monaural reception mode for FM preset stations if selected . Start presetting . 2 SET ( while holding . . . ) To select 10 kHz : • Finish the following process while the indication on the display is flashing . 3 Select a preset number . Examples : ( while holding . . . ) 1 2 3 To select preset number 5 , press 5 . To select preset number 10 , press 10 . 4 5 6 To select the band ( FM / AM ) To select preset number 15 , press 7 8 9 10 , 1 , then 5 . FM / AM TUNER FM To select preset number 30 , press 10 0 10 10 , 3 , then 0 . TUNER AM • You can also use + / – or ¢ / 4 buttons . To tune in to a station While FM or AM is selected . . . 1 sec . 4 Store the station . Increases the frequencies . SET Decreases the frequencies . Frequency starts changing on the display . To tune in to a preset station When a station ( frequency ) with sufficient signal strength is Select the band ( FM or AM ) . 1 tuned in , the frequency search stops . • In the stereo mode , sound will come out only when ST FM / AM TUNER FM indicator lights on . • When you repeatedly press the button , the frequency TUNER AM changes step by step . To stop searching manually , press either button . 9
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page10 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 2 Select a preset number . On - screen guide icons Examples : 1 2 3 • During disc playback , the following icons may appear for To select preset number 5 , press 5 . a while on the TV screen : 4 5 6 To select preset number 10 , press 10 . Appears at the beginning of a scene To select preset number 15 , press 7 8 9 containing multi - angle views . 10 , 1 , then 5 . 10 0 10 To select preset number 30 , press Appears at the beginning of a scene 10 , 3 , then 0 . containing multi - audio languages . Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi - subtitle languages . • You can also use ¢ / 4 buttons on the remote control or • The following icons will be also shown on the TV screen on the main unit . to indicate your current operation . Playing Back a Disc INFO , , , , , Before operating a disc , be familiar how a disc is recorded . • To deactivate the on - screen guide icons , see “ ON ” which includes • DVD Video comprises of “ Titles SCREEN GUIDE ” in “ OTHERS ” menu on page 37 . “ Chapters , ” DVD Audio / MP3 / WMA / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / Groups ” ASF / DivX comprise of “ which includes To select a disc “ Tracks , ” JPEG comprises of “ Groups ” which includes “ ” and CD / SVCD / VCD comprise of only “ . ” Files , Tracks DISC 1 DISC 2 DISC 3 • For MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX playback , see page 27 . DISC 4 DISC 5 To insert discs Playback starts . Remote ONLY To select a title / group While playing a disc . . . 1 2 3 • When using an 8 cm disc , place it on the inner circle of the GROUP / TITLE 4 5 6 disc tray . press the same 0 again . To close the disc tray , 7 8 9 • If you press 3 for the same tray , the disc tray closes 10 0 10 automatically and playback starts . To start : To pause : To stop : To select a chapter / track FM MODE DVD / CD While playing a disc . . . 1 2 3 or Playback of the To release it , press 4 5 6 current disc starts . DVD / CD 3 . 7 8 9 While playing DVD / SVCD / VCD / MP3 / WMA / JPEG / • First time you press 10 0 10 MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX : This System can store the 4 , you will go back stop point , and when you start playback again by pressing to the beginning of the DVD / CD 3 , it starts from the position where you have current chapter / track . stopped — Resume Play . ( RESUME indicator lights up when you stop playback . ) To stop completely while Resume is activated , press 7 twice . ( To cancel Resume , see “ RESUME ” on page 37 . ) 10
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page11 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 2 Select an item on the disc menu . To locate a particular portion While playing a disc . . . ENTER • Search speed changes as illustrated above except for MP3 / • On some discs , you can also select items by entering the WMA / DivX discs . For MP3 / WMA / DivX discs , search number using the number buttons . speed and the indications on the TV are different . • No sound comes out if searching is carried out while 7 For SVCD / VCD with PBC showing the moving picture . While playing a disc with PBC , “ PBC ” appears on the • For DivX discs , each time you press the 3 or 2 button , display instead of the playing time . you can skip to a scene for 30 seconds or 5 minutes When disc menu appears on the TV screen , select an item on depending on the DivX file . the menu . Playback of the selected item starts . Examples : 1 2 3 To select number 5 , press 5 . 4 5 6 To select number 10 , press 10 . To select number 15 , press 10 , 1 , 7 8 9 then 5 . press DVD / CD 3 . To return to normal playback , 10 0 10 To select number 30 , press 10 , 3 , then 0 . Remote ONLY o select T an item directly To return to the previous To move to the next or You can select a title / chapter / track directly and start menu : previous page of the playback . current menu : • For DVD Video , you can select a title before starting playback , while you can select a chapter after starting RETURN playback . Examples : 1 2 3 To select number 5 , press 5 . 4 5 6 To select number 10 , press 10 . To cancel PBC To select number 15 , press 10 , 1 , 7 8 9 then 5 . 10 0 10 To select number 30 , press 10 , 3 , then 0 . To select number 110 , press 10 , 10 , 1 , 1 , then 0 . You can also cancel PBC by pressing the number buttons to start playback when disc menu is not shown on the TV Remote ONLY screen . To playback by using the disc menu You can operate the disc play using the disc menu . press 7 , then press 4 . To reactivate PBC , 7 For DVD Video / DVD Audio 1 Show the disc menu . TOP MENU / PG MENU / PL or 11
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page12 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English To change the tape running direction Playing Back a Tape TAPE - A TAPE - B 3 ( forward ) To insert a tape 2 ( reverse ) You can playback type I tapes . • The use of C - 120 or longer tape is not recommended . Push To reverse the tape automatically REVERSE MODE Tape is reversed , and playback repeats until Insert you stop it . Tape is not reversed . When the current side of the tape reaches its end , playback stops . Tape is reversed once . To play back both decks A and B continuously — Relay Play When the cassettes are inserted in both decks . . . Close REVERSE MODE TAPE - A TAPE - B To stop : To start : TAPE - A TAPE - B You can start playback of either deck A or B . To rewind or fast - forward tape : 12
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Basic_op.fm Page13 Thursday , February23,2006 7 : 16PM — Sound & Other Adjustments Daily Operations English Adjusting the Speaker Output Remote Control Remote ONLY Level You can adjust the speaker output balance . Enter the balance setting mode . 1 AUDIO LR BALANCE SET SETTING TV FANFARE AUDIO VOL + , – LEVEL 2 Adjust the output level . , , , , L BALANCE R ENTER R – 6 0 L – 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 0 VFP , AN SC MODE DVD LEVEL Reinforcing the Bass Sound INFO SUBWOOFER LEVEL To adjust the bass level gradually SOUND MODE You can select the subwoofer level from level 0 ( minimum ) RHYTHM AX 3D PHONIC to level 3 ( maximum ) . – , + SET SETTING CLOCK / TIMER Remote control : Main unit : DIMMER SLEEP SUB WOOFER – E – L BALANC R LEVEL Main unit To emphasize rhythmical feeling — RHYTHM AX This function emphasizes the bass attack feeling . SUB WOOFER VOLUME LEVEL RHYTHM AX RHYTHM AX ON SOUNDDE RHYTHM AX MO DVD LEVEL OFF 13
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page14 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 3 Adjust the SEA pattern . Remote ONLY Selecting the Sound Modes 1 Adjust BASS . You can select one of the preset Sound Modes . 2 Adjust TREBLE . SEA Modes – E – L BALANC R SET SOUND MODE ROCK POP CLASSIC HALL STADIUM OFF DANCE Surround Modes * SEA ( Sound Effect Amplifier ) Modes • You can adjust the bass and treble level from – 3 to + 3 . ROCK Boosts low and high frequency . Good for 4 Select one of the User Modes . acoustic music ( initial setting ) . – E – L BALANC R POP Good for vocal music . USER1 USER2 USER3 CLASSIC Good for classical music . User Modes USER1 / 2 / 3 Your individual mode stored in memory . See the next column “ Creating Your Own Sound Modes — User Mode . ” 5 Store the setting . Surround Modes * SET DANCE Increases resonance and bass . HALL Adds depth and brilliance to the sound . STADIUM Adds clarity and spreads the sound , as in • The Sound Mode changes to the one you have stored . an outdoor stadium . * Surround elements are added to the SEA elements to create • You can adjust the SEA pattern temporarily by doing the being - there feeling in your room . operation on steps 1 to 3 . The adjustment is cleared when you change the sound To cancel the Sound Mode , select “ OFF . ” mode to another mode . Remote ONLY Creating Your Own Sound INFO Creating 3 - dimensional Sound Remote ONLY Modes — User Mode Field — 3D Phonic INFO You can adjust the preset Sound Modes to create your own While playing a disc . . . Sound Modes which suit your taste . The changed settings can 3D PHONIC be stored as the USER1 , USER2 and USER3 Modes . While “ USER1 , ” “ USER2 , ” or “ USER3 ” is shown on the display . . . ACTION DRAMA 3D PHONIC 3D PHONIC Enter the SEA Control Mode . 1 OFF THEATER 3D PHONIC 3D PHONIC SET On the TV screen 3D ACTION Suitable for action movies and sports programs . 2 3D DRAMA Creates natural and warm sound . Enjoy SET movies in a relaxed mood . 3D THEATER Enjoy sound effects like in a major theater . 14
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page15 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English To adjust the picture tone Presetting Automatic DVD Video Select “ USER1 ” or “ USER2 . ” 1 Sound Increase Level • Follow steps 1 and 2 above . 2 Select a parameter you want to adjust . The DVD Video sound is sometimes recorded at a lower level than other discs and sources . You can set the increase level for the currently loaded DVD Video , so you do not ENTER have to adjust the volume when you change the source . • This only functions for DVD Video disc . Remote control : GAMMA Adjust if the neutral color is bright DVD LEVEL1 – E – or dark . The brightness of dark and L BALANC R DVD LEVEL bright portions is maintained DVD LEVEL2 ( – 3 to + 3 ) . BRIGHTNESS Adjust if the picture is bright or dark DVD LEVEL3 as a whole ( – 8 to + 8 ) . CONTRAST Adjust if the far and near position is Main unit : unnatural ( – 7 to + 7 ) . DVD LEVEL DVD LEVEL2 DVD LEVEL1 SATURATION Adjust if the picture is whitish or blackish ( – 7 to + 7 ) . DVD LEVEL3 TINT Adjust if the human skin color is unnatural ( – 7 to + 7 ) . • As the number increases , sound level also increases . SHARPNESS Adjust if the picture is indistinct • The initial setting is “ DVD LEVEL3 . ” ( – 8 to + 8 ) . Remote Adjust the parameter . 3 Changing a Playback Picture ONLY While viewing a playback picture on the TV , you can select the preset picture tone , or adjust it and store your own ENTER preference . To select a preset picture tone Repeat steps 2 to 3 to adjust other parameters . 4 1 While playing , display VFP setting screen . NORMAL SCAN MODE To erase the VFP screen , press VFP again . GAMMA 0 VFP 0 BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST 0 SATURATION 0 TINT 0 SHARPNESS 0 On the TV screen 2 Select a preset picture tone . NORMAL CINEMA USER2 USER1 NORMAL Normally select this . CINEMA Suitable for a movie source . USER1 / USER2 You can adjust parameters and can store the settings ( see below ) . 15
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page16 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote Remote ONLY ONLY Changing the Display Brightness Turning Off the Power Automatically With Sleep Timer , you can fall asleep while listening to DIMMER DIMMER 1 DIMMER 2 music . DIMMER OFF 1 Specify the time ( in minutes ) . ( Canceled ) SLEEP 10 20 30 60 90 DIMMER 1 Dims the display and the illumination * Canceled 150 120 on the main unit . DIMMER 2 Dims the display ( same as DIMMER 1 ) Wait until the set time goes off . 2 and turns off the illumination * on the main unit . To check the time remaining until the shut - off time * Except for the RHYTHM AX and KARAOKE SCORING SLEEP lamps . Remote ONLY Setting the Clock INFO • If you press the button repeatedly , you can change the shut - off time . Without setting the build - in clock , you cannot use any timers . • To exit from the clock setting , press CLOCK / TIMER as required . • To correct a misentry during the process , press CANCEL . You can return to the previous step . 1 Activate clock setting mode . CLOCK / TIMER • If you have already adjusted the clock before , press the button repeatedly until the clock time starts flashing . Adjust the hour , then minute . 2 – E – L BALANC R SET Now the built - in clock starts working . 16
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page17 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Unique DVD / VCD Operations English Remote ONLY Selecting the Sound Track INFO Remote Control While playing back a chapter For DVD Video / DivX : containing audio languages , you can select the language to listen to . For DVD Audio : While playing back a track containing audio channels , you can select the audio channel to listen to . AUDIO When playing back a track , you For DVD - VR / SVCD / VCD : can select the audio channel to play . DVD / CD 3 • You can also select the audio track using the on - screen bar TV ( see page 24 ) . While playing DVD Video . . . AUDIO / MPX GLANCE BACK , , , , ENTER Ex . : 1 2 3 3 / 3 1 / 3 2 / 3 Number 4 5 6 AUDIO / MPX buttons 7 8 9 ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE SUB TITLE 10 0 10 ANGLE ZOOM 1 / 3 2 / 3 3 / 3 ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE PAGE While playing a DVD Audio / DivX . . . 3 / 3 1 / 3 2 / 3 1 2 3 While playing a DVD - VR , SVCD , or VCD . . . SVCD ST1 ST2 L1 AUDIO / MPX R2 L2 R1 DVD - VR / VCD ST L R ST1 / ST2 / ST To listen to normal stereo ( 2 - channel ) playback . L1 / L2 / L To listen to the left audio channel . R1 / R2 / R To listen to the right audio channel . • SVCD can have 4 audio channels . SVCD usually uses these 4 channels to record two 2 - channel recordings ( ST1 / ST2 ) . 17
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page18 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote Remote ONLY ONLY Selecting the Subtitle Language Selecting the View Angle While playing back a chapter While playing back a chapter For DVD Video / DivX : For DVD Video only : containing subtitles in different languages , you can select the containing multi - view angles , you can view the same scene subtitle language to display on the TV screen . from different angles . • You can also select the view angle using the on - screen bar For DVD - VR : While playing , you can turn the subtitle on or ( see page 24 ) . off . While playing , you can select the subtitles even For SVCD : if no subtitles are recorded on the disc . While playing back . . . • You can also select the subtitle language using the on - ANGLE screen bar ( see page 24 ) . While playing a DVD Video / DivX . . . Ex . : 1 Display the subtitle selection window . 3 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 3 SUB TITLE 3 2 1 3 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 3 3 1 2 2 Select the subtitle language . Ex . : Remote ONLY Reviewing the Playback Quickly 1 / 3 2 / 3 3 / 3 For DVD Video / DVD - VR only : You can move the SJAPANESEE ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANE playback position to 10 seconds before the current position ( only within the same title ) — Glance Back . 2 / 3 1 / 3 3 / 3 ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE While playing back . . . GLANCE BACK While playing a DVD - VR . . . SUB TITLE Remote ONLY Selecting Browsable Still Pictures While playing back a track linked to For DVD Audio only : OFF ON browsable still pictures ( B.S.P . ) , you can select the still ON OFF picture ( turn the page ) to be shown on the TV screen . • If a track is linked to browsable still pictures ( B.S.P . ) , they While playing an SVCD . . . are usually shown in turn automatically during playback . SUB TITLE • You can also select the page using the on - screen bar ( see page 24 ) . Each time you press the button , the still PAGE picture changes one after another ( if available ) . 18
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page19 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote Slow - motion playback ONLY Playing Back Bonus Group INFO • This does not function for MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX Some DVD Audio discs have a For DVD Audio only : discs . special group called “ bonus group ” whose contents are not open to the public . While playing . . . 1 • To play back a bonus group , you have to enter the specific FM MODE “ key number ” ( a kind of password ) for the bonus group . The way of getting the key number depends on the disc . Still picture playback starts . 1 Select the bonus group . • The bonus group is usually recorded as the last group Select slow motion speed . 2 ( for example , if a disc contains 4 groups including a bonus group , “ group 4 ” is the bonus group ) . • For how to select the group , see “ To select a title / group ” on page 10 . Enter the key number . 2 1 / 32 1 / 16 1 / 8 1 / 4 1 / 2 1 2 3 * 1 / 32 1 / 16 1 / 8 1 / 4 1 / 2 4 5 6 ENTER 7 8 9 * Not available for DVD - VR / SVCD / VCD . 10 0 10 To resume normal playback , press DVD / CD 3 . Follow the interactive instruction shown on the TV 3 Remote screen . ONLY om Zo 1 While playing . . . To cancel the key number entry , press 7 . ZOOM 1 ZOOM 2 ZOOM 3 ZOOM 4 ZOOM Special Picture Playback INFO ZOOM OFF ZOOM 6 ZOOM 5 Pause playback While playing . . . As the number increases , magnification also increases . FM MODE • For JPEG / ASF , see page 28 . 2 Move the zoomed - in position . Pause playback . To resume normal playback , press DVD / CD 3 . Frame - by - frame playback 1 While playing . . . press ZOOM repeatedly until To resume normal playback , FM MODE “ ZOOM OFF ” appears on the TV screen . Still picture playback starts . Advance the still picture frame by frame . 2 FM MODE press DVD / CD 3 . To resume normal playback , 19
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Op_Disc.fm Page20 Thursday , February23,2006 8 : 25PM Advanced Disc Operations English Remote ONLY Programming the Playing Order Remote Control — Program Play INFO You can arrange the playing order of the tracks ( up to 99 ) before you start playback . • Program Play cannot be used for DVD - VR / JPEG / AUDIO MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX . DVD / CD 3 1 Before starting playback , activate Program Play . TV PLAY MODE PROGRAM RANDOM , , , Canceled , On the display 1 2 3 PROGRAM No Disc Group / Title Track / Chapter 4 5 6 Number 1 2 7 8 9 3 buttons 4 10 0 10 5 6 7 8 9 PLAY MODE REPEAT 10 USE NUMERIC KEYS TO PROGRAM TRACKS . USE CANCEL TO DELETE THE PROGRAM . On the TV screen CANCEL 2 Select chapters or tracks you want for Program Play . 1 Select a disc number . Main unit 2 Select a title or group number . 3 Select a chapter or track number . To enter the numbers : Examples : 1 2 3 To select number 5 , press 5 . 4 5 6 To select number 10 , press 10 . To select number 15 , press 10 , 7 8 9 DVD / CD 1 , then 5 . 10 0 10 , , To select number 30 , press 10 , DISC 1 0 , 3 , then 0 . To select number 110 , press 10 , 10 , 1 , 1 , then 0 . 3 Repeat step 2 above until you finish what you want to program . 4 Start playback . Playback starts in the order you DVD / CD have programmed . 20
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page21 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote To pause : To stop * : To skip a track : ONLY Playing at Random — Random Play FM MODE You can play the contents of all the loaded discs at random . • Random Play cannot be used for DVD - VR / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX and some DVDs . To release , press 1 Before starting playback , activate Random Play . DVD / CD 3 . PLAY MODE PROGRAM RANDOM * Resume does not work for Program Play . Canceled Remote ONLY To check the programmed contents Before or after playback . . . in the reverse order Start playback . 2 Playback of the current disc DVD / CD starts in a random order . When in the programmed order all chapters / tracks on the current disc are played , playback of the next disc starts . Random Play To modify the program ends when all loaded discs are Before or after playback . . . played . To erase the last step : To erase the entire program : To skip : To pause : To stop : CANCEL FM MODE To add steps in the program : To go to the To release , press beginning of the Repeat step 2 on page 20 . DVD / CD 3 . current track , 4 . press To exit from Program Play Before or after playback . . . To exit from Random Play PLAY MODE PROGRAM RANDOM Before or after playback . . . Canceled PLAY MODE PROGRAM RANDOM Canceled 21
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page22 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote ONLY Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play REPEAT 1 Repeats the current chapter / track . You can repeat playback . REPEAT Repeats the current title / group . • You can also select the repeat mode using the on - screen bar ( see page 23 ) . REPEAT 1 Repeats the current disc . • The indicator ( s ) lights on the display as follows to indicate DISC * the current repeat mode . Repeats all discs . REPEAT • For DVD - VR / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX , see C * ALL DIS page 28 . Repeats all programmed tracks . REPEAT • For DVD Video : ALL While playing . . . REPEAT * These modes may not work correctly for DVD Video . REPEAT 1 REPEAT Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC Prohibiting Disc Ejection Main Unit ONLY For DVD Audio : • — Child Lock While playing or before playback . . . You can lock the disc trays so that no one can eject the REPEAT REPEAT 1 REPEAT loaded discs . • This operation is possible only when the source is the disc Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC player . While on standby . . . For MP3 / WMA : • While playing or before playback . . . REPEAT REPEAT 1 REPEAT REPEAT 1 DISC REPEAT ALL DISC Canceled ( while holding . . . ) For CD / SVCD / VCD : • While playing or before playback ( without PBC for SVCD / To cancel the prohibition , repeat the same procedure . VCD ) . . . “ UNLOCKED ” appears on the display . REPEAT REPEAT 1 REPEAT 1 DISC Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC • For Random Play : While playing or before playback . . . REPEAT REPEAT 1 REPEAT 1 DISC Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC • For Program Play : While playing or before playback . . . REPEAT REPEAT 1 REPEAT ALL Canceled 22
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page23 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM On - Screen Disc Operations English On - screen Bar Information Remote control You can check the information on a disc and use some functions through the on - screen bar . On - screen bars AUDIO DVD Video 1 2 3 TV DVD / CD 3 Dolby Dch TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 TITLE 2 DISC 1 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 4 DVD Audio PG PL 1 2 3 , , , , ENTER LPCM . 1ch TIME 0 : 15 : 58 TRACK 23 DISC 2 GROUP 14 DVD - AUDIO 3 / 2 ON SCREEN PAGE OFF TRACK 1 / 3 1 / 3 TIME 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 Number buttons DVD - VR 7 8 9 10 0 10 1 2 3 ZOOM Dolby Dch TOTAL 0 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 PG 2 DVD - VR 2 / 0.0 REPEAT TIME OFF CHAP . ST ON 4 SVCD 1 2 3 TIME 0 : 04 : 58 TRACK 3 DISC 3 SVCD TIME OFF ST1 - / 4 4 VCD 1 2 3 TIME 0 : 04 : 58 DISC 4 TRACK 3 VCD TIME OFF ST 4 CD 1 2 3 TIME 0 : 04 : 58 TRACK 3 DISC 5 CD TIME OFF 4 MP3 / WMA / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX 1 2 3 TIME 800 : 00 : 58 TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 CHAP 23 FILE 23
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page24 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote 1 Disc type ONLY perations Using the O Playback information 2 On - screen Bar INFO Indication Meanings Basic operation procedures through the on - screen bar are as Dolby D / Audio format follows : LPCM Ex . : Selecting a subtitle ( French ) for DVD Video : 3 / 2.1 ch / Channel number While a disc is selected as the source . . . 2.0 / 0 ch DISC 1 Current disc 1 Display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . Current title TITLE 2 ON Current chapter CHAP 3 SCREEN Dolby Dch TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 Current group GROUP 1 Current track TRACK 14 Dolby Dch TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 Current title PG 2 Current play list PL 2 Disappears Time indications TOTAL 1 : 25 : 58 3 Playback conditions Select ( highlight ) the item you want . 2 Indication Meanings Playback / Forward / Reverse search / Forward / Reverse slow - motion Pause Dolby Dch TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 Stop TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 4 Operation icons ( on the pull - down menu ) 3 Display the pop - up window . Indication Meanings TIME Select to change the time indication TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 1 TITLE 2 ENTER ( see also page 25 ) . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 Select to repeat playback ( see also ENGLISH pages 22 and 25 ) . Select for time search ( see also 4 Select the desired option in the pop - up window . page 26 ) . CHAP . Select for chapter search ( see also TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 1 TITLE 2 page 26 ) . 1 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 1 TRACK Select for track search ( see also FRENCH page 26 ) . Select to change the audio language or 1 / 3 Finish the setting . 5 channel ( see also page 17 ) . Pop - up window disappears . Select to change subtitle language ( see 1 / 3 ENTER also page 18 ) . Select to change view angle ( see also 1 / 3 page 18 ) . Select to change the page ( see also PAGE 1 / 15 To erase the on - screen bar page 18 ) . ON SCREEN 24
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page25 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 4 Select the repeat mode you want . To change the time information You can change the time information in the on - screen bar ALL Repeats all discs or all programmed and the display window on the main unit . tracks . A - B Repeats a desired portion ( see below ) . 1 Display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . TITLE Repeats the current title . Dolby Dch TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 DISC T1ITLE CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 2 14 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 GROUP Repeats the current group . ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / DISC Repeats the disc ( except for DVD ) . TIME 2 Make sure is selected ( highlighted ) . CHAPTER Repeats the current chapter . 3 Change the time indication . TRACK * Repeats the current track . PG Repeats the current title ( for DVD - VR ENTER only ) . See also page 28 . PL Repeats the current play list ( for DVD - VR only ) . See also page 28 . OFF Cancels Repeat Play . TOTAL Elapsed disc time . * During Program Play or Random Play , “ STEP ” T . REM Remaining disc time . appears . TIME * Elapsed playing time of the current 5 Finish the setting . chapter / track . Pop - up window disappears . REM * Remaining time of the current chapter / track . ENTER * Not available for DVD - VR . Repeat Play A - B Repeat • See also page 22 . • For DVD - VR / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX , see 1 While playing , display the on - screen bar with the pull - page 28 . down menu . 1 While playing a disc ( without PBC for SVCD / VCD ) , 2 Select . display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . 3 Display the pop - up window . • Except for DVD Video : Repeat Play can be selected Dolby Dch TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP DISC T1ITLE TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 2 14 before starting playback . DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / 2 Select . OFF 3 Display the pop - up window . Dolby Dch 4 Select “ A - B ” . TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP DISC T1ITLE TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 2 14 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / Dolby Dch LITE TT DISC T1I DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 OFF ETIME FOFF TIM OF CHAP . A – B 5 Select the start point ( A ) . Dolby Dch HC TITLE 2C DISC T1ITLE 14 DVD - VIDEO ENTER 3 / 2.1 ETIME OFF 31 / 3 TIM A - CHAP . 1 / • After selecting the starting point ( A ) , you can search for the end point using ¡ . 25
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page26 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 6 Select the end point ( B ) . Chapter / Track Search You can search for the number of the item to play . A - B Repeat starts . The selected For DVD Video / DVD - VR : Chapter ENTER portion plays repeatedly . For DVD Audio : Track 1 While playing , display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . To cancel A - B Repeat , repeat steps 1 to 3 , and select “ OFF ” CHAP . TRACK 2 Select or . 4 . in step 3 Display the pop - up window . Dolby Dch Time Search TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 DISC T1ITLE 2 14 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 You can move to a particular point by specifying the elapsed ETIME 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OFF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / CHAPTER _ playing time from the beginning . 4 Enter the desired chapter / track number . 1 While playing ( without PBC for SVCD / VCD ) , display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . Examples : 1 2 3 • Except for DVD : Time Search can be used before To select chapter / track 5 , press 5 . starting playback . 4 5 6 To select chapter / track 15 , press 2 Select . 1 , then 5 . 7 8 9 To select chapter / track 30 , press 3 Display the pop - up window . 10 0 10 3 , then 0 . Dolby Dch TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 DISC T1ITLE 2 14 DVD - VIDEO 3 / 2.1 ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / TIME _ : _ _ : _ _ • To correct a misentry , press the number buttons until 4 Enter the time . the desired number is shown in the pop - up window . You can specify the time in hours / minutes / seconds . 5 Finish the setting . Examples : 1 2 3 To move to a point of 1 ( hours ) : The System starts playing the 4 5 6 02 ( minutes ) : 00 ( seconds ) , press searched chapter or track . ENTER 1 , 0 , 2 , 0 , then 0 . 7 8 9 To move to a point of 54 10 0 10 ( minutes ) : 00 ( seconds ) , press 0 , 5 , 4 , 0 , then 0 . • It is always required to enter the hour digit ( even “ 0 ” hour ) , but it is not required to enter trailing zeros ( the last two digits in the examples above ) . • To correct a misentry , press cursor 2 to erase the last entry . 5 Finish the setting . The System starts playing from the specified time . ENTER To remove the on - screen bar ON SCREEN 26
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page27 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Control screen for MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / Remote ONLY Operations on the Control MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX disc Screen INFO The control screen automatically appears on the TV screen when you load an MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 , For DVD - VR / MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF , or DivX disc . ASF / DivX : You can search for and play the desired items Ex . : When the MP3 disc is loaded . through the control screen . 6 Control screen for DVD - R / - RW in DVD - VR format 7 The control screen is superimposed on the TV screen when REPEAT TRACK Time : 00 : 00 : 14 8 1 you call up Original Program ( PG ) or Play List ( PL ) . Group : 2 / 3 Track : 5 / 14 ( Total 41 ) 9 To select playback type Blue Cloudy.mp3 Red Fair.mp3 2 To select the Original To select the Play List : Green Fog.mp3 Hail.mp3 3 Program : Indian summer.mp3 4 Track Information Rain.mp3 0 - MENU / PL TOP MENU / PG Shower.mp3 Title Snow.mp3 Rain Thunder.mp3 Artist 5 Typhoon.mp3 Wind.mp3 Album Winter sky.mp3 When Original Program is selected . 1 Current group number / total group number ORIGINAL PROGRAM 2 Current group No Date Ch ime itle T T Group list 3 1 25 / 04 / 06 4ch 19 : 00 JVC DVD World 2004 2 17 / 05 / 06 8ch 10 : 30 4 Current track 3 22 / 05 / 06 8ch 17 : 00 Music Festival 4 26 / 05 / 06 L - 1 13 : 19 children 001 5 Track information ( ID3 Tag Version 1.0 : only for 5 20 / 06 / 06 4ch 22 : 00 MP3 / WMA ) 6 25 / 06 / 06 L - 1 8 : 23 children 002 6 Repeat Play setting Elapsed playing time of the current track 7 ( except for JPEG ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 Operation mode icon When Play List is selected . 9 Current track number / total number of tracks in the PLAY LIST current group ( total number of tracks on the loaded No Date Chap Length Title disc ) 1 25 / 05 / 06 001 1 : 03 : 16 My JVC World 2 17 / 06 / 06 005 1 : 35 : 25 0 Highlight bar 3 20 / 06 / 06 003 0 : 10 : 23 Favorite music 4 25 / 06 / 06 001 0 : 07 : 19 children001 - 002 - Track list • If different types of files ( MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX files ) are recorded on a disc , select the file type to play ( see page 36 ) . 1 7 8 9 5 6 To move the highlight ( green ) bar between group list and 1 Title / Play list number track list : Recording date 2 Recording source ( TV station , the input terminal of the 3 Moves the bar to the track list . recording equipment , etc . ) 4 Start time of recording Title of the program / play list * 5 Moves the bar to the group list . 6 Highlight bar ( current selection ) 7 Creating date of play lists To select an item in the list : Number of chapters 8 Move the highlight bar to the 9 Playback time desired item . * The title of the original program or play list may not be • If you move the highlight bar displayed depending on the recording equipment . while playing back DVD - VR / MP3 / WMA , the selected item To remove the control screen , press ENTER . starts playback automatically . 27
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page28 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English To repeat slide - show for JPEG To start playback While playing or before starting playback . . . For JPEG : REPEAT REPEAT 1 DISC The selected track ( still picture ) is REPEAT ( GROUP ) ( DISC ) ENTER displayed until you change it . Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC ( OFF ) ( ALL ) Slide - show playback starts . DVD / CD To repeat play for MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX Each track ( still picture ) is shown on While playing or before starting playback . . . the screen for a few seconds , then changes one after another . REPEAT 1 REPEAT REPEAT 1 DISC REPEAT ( DISC ) ( GROUP ) ( TRACK ) For the other files : Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC Playback starts with the selected OFF ) ( ( ALL ) chapter / track . ENTER • Pressing DVD / CD 3 also starts REPEAT 1 Repeats the current file . playback . REPEAT Repeats the current group . • Once you start viewing a JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX track , the control screen disappears . REPEAT 1 Repeats all files on the current disc . • To cancel slide - show , and display the current still picture , DISC press 8 . REPEAT Repeats all loaded discs . ALL DISC To stop playback • For Repeat Play of MP3 / WMA , see pages 22 and 25 . To zoom in JPEG / ASF files 1 During being paused . . . To repeat title / play list for DVD - VR While playing or before starting playback . . . ZOOM ZOOM 1 ZOOM 2 For Original Program ZOOM OFF REPEAT 1 REPEAT REPEAT 1 DISC REPEAT ( DISC ) ( PG ) ( CHAP ) As the number increases , magnification also increases . Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC 2 Move the zoomed - in position . OFF ) ( ( ALL ) For Play List REPEAT 1 REPEAT REPEAT ( PL ) ( CHAP ) Canceled REPEAT ALL DISC OFF ) ( ( ALL ) press ZOOM repeatedly until “ ZOOM To cancel Zoom , REPEAT 1 * Repeats the current chapter . OFF ” appears on the TV screen . REPEAT * Repeats the current title / play list . REPEAT 1 Repeats all titles on the current disc . DISC * Repeats all loaded discs . REPEAT ALL DISC * Not available before starting playback . 28
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page29 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Recording Operations English Recording on a Tape INFO Main Unit ONLY Main unit You can use type I tapes for recording . • To play a tape , see page 12 . 1 Insert a recordable cassette in deck B . Push Insert Close FM / AM DVD / CD TAPE - A , TAPE - B DISC 1 – 5 3 DISC RECRT REVERSE STA MODE RECOP DUBBING 2 Check the tape running direction and Reverse Mode START / ST settings on the display . Deck A Tape direction indicator Reverse Mode indicator Deck B Current source To change the direction 3 ( forward ) IMPORTANT 2 ( reverse ) It may be unlawful to record or play back copyrighted material without the consent of the copyright owner . Change the Reverse Mode if necessary To record on both sides . • When using Reverse Mode , start ( ) recording in the forward ( 3 ) direction . To record on only one side . 29
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page30 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English 3 Start playing the source — “ FM , ” “ AM , ” “ DVD / CD , ” Synchronized Disc Recording INFO Main Unit “ TAPE - A ” or “ AUX . ” ONLY • When recording from a disc , you can also use “ Synchronized Disc Recording ” ( see the right column ) . You can start and stop both disc play and tape recording at • When recording from deck A , you can also use the same time . “ Dubbing ” ( see below ) . • Not available for Random mode . Start recording . 4 1 Load a disc and insert a recordable cassette . Check the tape running direction and Reverse Mode 2 settings on the display . • See step 2 of “ Recording on a Tape ” on page 29 . Select the disc number you want to start recording 3 To stop recording from . or For recording desired tracks from discs : Dubbing Tapes Main Unit You can program tracks to record in your preferred order . ONLY • Select Program Play ( and make a program ; see page 20 ) You can record a tape from deck A to deck B . without starting playback . 4 Start recording . Change the source to TAPE . 1 The disc playback and recording start from the first track . • The System automatically creates 4 - second blanks between the tunes recorded on the tapes . • When either disc play or recording ends , both disc player Insert the source cassette in deck A , and a recordable 2 and the cassette deck stop at the same time . cassette in deck B . Check the tape running direction and Reverse Mode 3 To record only your favorite track — One Track settings on the display . Recording See step 2 of “ Recording on a Tape ” on page 29 . You can specify tracks to be recorded on the tape while 4 Start dubbing . listening to a disc ( except for DVD Video , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX ) . • Not available for Program mode and Random mode . While the track you want to record on the tape is playing . . . • When either tape playback or recording ends , both cassette The disc player returns to the decks stop at the same time . beginning of that track and the track is recorded on the tape . After recording , To stop dubbing the disc player and cassette deck automatically stop . To cancel while recording or 30
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karaoke.fm Page31 Thursday , February23,20067 : 25PM Enjoying Karaoke English • For DVD - VR / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX : The Remote control functions described in this section are not available . IMPORTANT • Always set MIC LEVEL to MIN when connecting or NKARAOKEG disconnecting the microphone . SCORI • MIC LEVEL adjustment is valid for both microphones AUDIO connected to the MIC 1 and MIC 2 jacks . Source TV buttons Singing Along ( Karaoke ) INFO AUDIO VOL + , – You can enjoy singing along ( Karaoke ) by using one or two microphones . • By pressing REC START / STOP , you can record your , singing - along . Turn MIC LEVEL to MIN . 1 1 2 3 Number 4 5 6 7 8 9 buttons 10 0 10 2 Connect the microphone ( s ) ( not supplied ) to the MIC 1 and / or MIC 2 jack . V.MASKING , KEY KEY ECHO 3 Activate the Mic Mixing Mode . RESERVE MIC MIX MIC MIX – , + MIC MIX SET SETTING MIC OFF CANCEL Main unit 4 Start playing a source — “ FM , ” “ AM , ” “ DVD / CD , ” “ TAPE , ” or “ AUX . ” • For Karaoke SVCD / VCD : Select a desired audio channel . See “ Selecting the Sound Track ” on page 17 . 5 Sing into the microphone . 6 Adjust the MIC LEVEL and VOLUME . Source buttons VOLUME + , – KARAOKEG SCORIN RECOP START / ST select “ MIC OFF ” in step To cancel the Mic Mixing Mode , 3 . To use microphone only , select “ DVD / CD ” in step 4 , but do not start playback . MIC 1 MIC 2 MIC LEVEL DO NOT keep the microphones connected while they are not in use . 31
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page32 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Remote ONLY To apply an echo to your voice Scoring Your Karaoke Skill INFO While the Mic Mix Mode is activated . . . This System can score your Karaoke skill by comparing your ECHO ECHO 1 ECHO 2 ECHO 3 ECHO 4 singing along with the vocal on the playback disc . • This function is for disc playback only . ECHO OFF ECHO 5 ECHO 6 • It is recommended to select the sound track as follows ( see ( Canceled ) page 17 ) : For DVD Video : Select a sound track with vocal . • As the number increases , echo level also increases . For SVCD / VCD : Select “ ST , ” “ ST1 , ” or “ ST2 . ” Remote ONLY To adjust the key ( disc playback only ) 1 Select “ DVD / CD ” as the source . • The Key control cannot be used for DVD Audio . DVD / CD • Key Control is also canceled when you deactivate the Mic Mixing Mode , or select another track or disc . While playing back . . . KEY KEY # To raise the key ( up to + 6 ) . Activate the Karaoke scoring mode . 2 • During the Karaoke scoring mode , KARAOKE scoring will start when playback is SCORING started . To lower the key ( up to – 6 ) . To cancel the Key Control Start playback and Sing into the microphone . 3 KEY KEY # Scoring function starts and the Mic Mixing Mode is – 6 0 + 6 automatically activated ( with the last adjustment for echo ) . • See also steps 1 to 3 , and 6 on page 31 . • Adjust echo level and key if you want ( see the left KEY CONT column ) . JAPANESE 0 After the song ends , playback stops and the score board appears on the TV screen with fanfare . On the display On the TV screen Ex . : Your score KARAOKE SCORE BOARD Remote ONLY Reducing the Lead Vocal INFO 85 POINTS Very good ! ! — Vocal Masking 1 ST 93 POINTS If you want to reduce the lead vocal ( of any source ) , you can The latest top 3 2 ND 85 POINTS use the Vocal Masking Mode . 3 RD 73 POINTS V . MASKING V.MASK 1 V.MASK 2 • If you start playback another track , start scoring function OFF again . ( Canceled ) To stop the playback in the middle of the song , press 7 . The scoring function is not canceled and your singing along V.MASK 1 Cancels vocal on stereo sources . is scored until that time . V.MASK 2 Cancels the right audio channel . To deactivate the scoring function , press KARAOKE activate the Mic Mixing Mode To sing into microphone ( s ) , SCORING . ( The Mic Mixing Mode remains activated . ) ( follow steps 1 to 3 and 6 on page 31 ) . • When press 8 , scoring is canceled . When playback starts again , scoring starts from that point . select “ OFF . ” To cancel the Vocal Masking Mode , • When press 4 or ¢ , scoring is canceled and restarts from next track . • If you do not sing 2 minutes from scoring start , scoring is canceled . 32
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karaoke.fm Page33 Thursday , February23,20068 : 25PM glish nRemote ONLY E2 Select songs you want for Karaoke Program Play . To change the scoring level Press the number buttons to select a song in the following 1 Enter the scoring level setting mode . order . 1 Select a disc . LR BALANCE 2 Select a title / group . SET SETTING 3 Select a chapter / track.amples : Ex FANFARE 1 2 3 To select number 5 , press 5 . 4 5 6 To select number 10 , press LEVEL 10 . 7 8 9 To select number 15 , press 2 Select the scoring level setting . 10 0 10 10 , 1 , then 5 . L BALANCE R PRO To select number 30 , press 10 , 3 , then 0 . AMATEUR To select number 110 , press 10 , 10 , 1 , 1 , then 0 . Activate the Mic Mixing Mode . 3 PRO The scoring level is strict . MIC MIX MIC MIX AMATEUR The scoring level is lenient . MIC OFF Remote ONLY To turn on / off the fanfare Start playback 4 1 Enter the fanfare setting mode . DVD / CD LR BALANCE SET SETTING Playback starts in the order you have programmed . FANFARE • For the Karaoke Program Play with the scoring Each time the song ends , playback stops and function : LEVEL the score board appears . Press DVD / CD 3 to start playback of the next track . 2 Select the fanfare setting . L BALANCE R To check the programmed contents ON RESERVE OFF The Karaoke reserve screen appears . • You cannot display the Karaoke reserve screen while the Remote ONLY Reserving Karaoke Songs INFO scoring function is in use . — Karaoke Program Play To modify the program You can determine the playback order of the titles or tracks While the Karaoke reserve screen is shown on the TV . . . on the disc player . You can program up to 12 steps . To erase the unwanted step : • Change the source to “ DVD / CD . ” 1 Activate Karaoke Program Play . RESERVE CANCEL No Gr / Tt Disc Tr / Chap 1 2 3 4 5 To erase the entire program , repeat the procedure . On the TV screen To add steps in the program : Repeat step 2 . • PROGRAM indicator flashes during this mode . 33
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page34 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Timer Operations English Remote Setting the Timer ONLY INFO Remote control Using Daily Timer , you can wake up with your favorite song . On the other hand , with Recording Timer , you can make a tape of a radio broadcast automatically . AUDIO • You cannot activate Daily Timer and Recording Timer at AUDIO the same time . ( Activating either timer deactivates the other timer . ) TV • To correct a misentry during the process , press CANCEL . You can return to the previous step . 1 Select one of the timer setting modes — ON for Recording Timer or Daily Timer . Recording Timer Daily Timer CLOCK / ON REC TIMER DAILYTIMER TIMER Canceled Clock setting ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 10 2 Make the timer setting as you want . – E – L BALANC R SET CANCEL SET , CLOCK / R TIME Repeat the procedure for the following setting until finished . 1 Set the hour then minute for on - time . 2 Set the hour then minute for off - time . 3 For Recording Timer : Select the playback source — “ TUNER - FM ” or “ TUNER - AM . ” For Daily Timer : Select the playback source — “ TUNER - FM , ” “ TUNER - AM , ” “ DISC , ” “ TAPE - A , ” “ TAPE - B ” or “ AUX IN . ” EX . : When “ TUNER - FM ” is selected . 4 Select a preset station for “ TUNER - FM ” and “ TUNER - AM , ” or select a disc , group , and then track number for “ DISC . ” 5 Select the volume level . • You can select the volume level ( “ VOLUME 0 ” – “ VOLUME 30 ” and “ VOLUME - - ” ) . If you select “ VOLUME - - , ” the volume is set to the last level when the System has been turned off . 34
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page35 Wednesday , March1,20064 : 06PM English To turn off the Timer after the setting is done Turn off the System ( on standby ) if you have set the 3 You can turn off the timer after it has been set . timer with the System turned on . • Since Daily Timer is activated at the same time everyday , AUDIO you may need to cancel it on some particular days . Select the timer ( REC TIMER or DAILYTIMER ) 1 you want to cancel . Recording Timer Daily Timer CLOCK / How Daily Timer works TIMER ON REC TIMER DAILYTIMER Once the Daily Timer has been set , the timer indicator ON Canceled Clock setting ( ) and DAILY indicator are lit on the display . Daily Timer is activated at the same time everyday until the timer is turned off manually ( see the next column ) . 2 Turn off the selected timer . • Daily Timer starts working only when the System is CANCEL turned off ( on standby ) . When the on - time comes The System turns on , tunes in to the specified station or starts playing the specified source , and sets the volume • The timer indicator ( ) goes off . level gradually to the preset level after about 30 seconds . When the off - time comes 1 To turn on the timer again , repeat step and press SET in The System stops playback , and turns off ( standby ) . 2 . step • The timer setting remains in memory until you change it . Timer Priority If the settings for Sleep Timer and Recording Timer / Daily How Recording Timer works Timer overlap , the timers work as described below . When Recording Timer has been set , The timer indicator • Sleep Timer ( see page 16 ) has priority over the Recording ( ) and the REC indicator are lit on the display . Timer and Daily Timer . Recording Timer works only once . • Recording Timer starts working only when the System Canceled is turned off ( on standby ) . 6 : 00 6 : 30 7 : 00 7 : 30 When the on - time comes Recording Timer / The System turns on , tunes in to the specified station , sets Daily Timer the volume level to the preset level , and starts recording . Sleep Timer When the off - time comes The System stops recording , and turns off ( on standby ) . The System turns off . • The timer setting remains in memory until you change it . • In this case , Recording Timer / Daily Timer does not work . Recording / Playback Canceled 6 : 00 6 : 30 7 : 00 7 : 30 Recording Timer / Daily Timer Sleep Timer The System turns off . • In this case , Recording Timer / Daily Timer is canceled . ( If Sleep Timer shuts off the System earlier than the off time you have set for Recording Timer , recording stops when Sleep Timer shuts off the System . ) 35
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page36 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Setup Menu Operations English Initial settings INFO Remote Control Some items in the menus cannot be changed during playback . Press SET UP . 1 AUDIO LANGUAGE MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH AUDIO LANGUAGE ENGLISH TV SUBTITLE ENGLISH ON SCREEN LANGUAGE ENGLISH 2 Press 2 ( or 3 ) to select the menu . , , , , Press 5 ( or ∞ ) to select the item . 3 ENTER Press ENTER . 4 SET UP 5 Press 5 ( or ∞ ) to select the options , then press 1 2 3 ENTER . 4 5 6 7 8 9 To erase a preference display 10 0 10 Press SET UP . LANGUAGE menu Item Contents MENU LANGUAGE You can select the initial menu language of DVD Video ( see page 44 ) . AUDIO LANGUAGE You can select the initial audio language of DVD Video ( see page 44 ) . SUBTITLE You can select the initial subtitle language of DVD Video ( see page 44 ) . ON SCREEN LANGUAGE You can select “ ENGLISH , ” “ CHINESE , ” or “ SPANISH ” as the on - screen language . PICTURE menu Contents Item MONITOR TYPE You can select the monitor type to match your TV when you play back DVD Video discs recorded for wide - screen televisions . 16 : 9 4 : 3 LB 16 : 9 / 16 : 9 MULTI ( Wide television screen ) : For a wide - screen ( 16 : 9 ) TV . 4 : 3 LB / 4 : 3 MULTI LB ( Letter Box conversion ) : For a conventional ( 4 : 3 ) TV . Displays a wide - screen picture to fit the width of the TV screen keeping the aspect ratio . 4 : 3 PS / 4 : 3 MULTI PS ( Pan Scan conversion ) : For a conventional ( 4 : 3 ) TV . The picture is zoomed 4 : 3 PS in to fill the screen vertically and the left and right sides of the picture are cut off . • By selecting “ MULTI ” mode , the color system of the System changes automatically to match the color system of the loaded disc . For the color system setting , see page 6 . PICTURE SOURCE You can obtain optimal picture quality by selecting the source type of the disc contents . AUTO : Normally , select this option . The System recognizes the picture type ( film or video source ) of the current disc according to the disc information . FILM : For a film source disc . VIDEO : For a video source disc . SCREEN SAVER You can set the screen saver function to ON or OFF . ON : The on - screen display becomes dark when no operation is done for about 5 minutes . OFF : To cancel the screen saver . FILE TYPE You can select a file type to play . AUDIO : To play MP3 / WMA files . STILL PICTURE : To play JPEG files . To play MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX files . VIDEO : 36
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page37 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English AUDIO menu Item Contents DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Set this item correctly when using the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT terminal on the rear . PCM ONLY : When connecting to audio equipment which can decode only linear PCM signals . DOLBY DIGITAL / PCM : When connecting to a Dolby Digital decoder or an amplifier with a built - in Dolby Digital decoder . STREAM / PCM : When connecting to a DTS decoder or an amplifier with a built - in DTS decoder . DOWN MIX This setting is effective for digital audio output if “ DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT ” is set to “ PCM ONLY . ” DOLBY SURROUND : Select this when connecting to a surround decoder . STEREO : Select this when connecting to a stereo receiver , MD player , TV , etc . D . RANGE COMPRESSION Set this item to listen to DVD Video recorded in Dolby Digital format at low or middle volume . AUTO : You can enjoy powerful playback sound with full dynamic range . ON : Select this when you want to fully apply the compression effect to make the sound at lower volume clear ( useful at midnight ) . OTHERS menu Item Contents RESUME You can select Resume . ON : The System resumes playback from the position where playback has been stopped if the disc is still in the disc tray . OFF : Resume is deactivated . ON SCREEN GUIDE Activate or deactivate the on - screen guide . ON : Activate the on - screen guide . OFF : Deactivate the on - screen guide . DivX REGISTRATION The System has its own Registration Code . If necessary , you can confirm it . Once you have played back a disc in which the Registration Code is recorded , the System’s Registration Code is overwritten for copyright protection . 37
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page38 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Operating the TV English Operating TV Remote control You can operate JVC’s or other manufacturers ’ TV using this remote control . 1 Slide the AUDIO / TV selector to “ TV . ” TV AUDIO TV / VIDEO AUDIO TV TV TV VOL + , – CHANNEL + , – Press and hold until the following steps are completed . 2 TV ENTER 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 Number 7 8 9 buttons ENTER 10 10 0 4 Enter the 2 - digit manufacturer’s code number . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 10 Manufacturer’s code Release TV . 5 Manufacturer Code number JVC 01 To operate the TV Hitachi 10 To turn on or To select the input To adjust TV Magnavox 02 off the TV : mode ( either TV or volume : Mitsubishi 03 VIDEO ) : Panasonic 04,11 TV VOL TV / VIDEO TV Philips 15 RCA 05 Samsung 12 Sanyo 13 , 14 To select the TV channel : Sharp 06 Sony 07 1 2 3 CHANNEL Toshiba 08 4 5 6 or Zenith 09 7 8 9 10 0 10 38
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page39 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM Additional Information English • Some DVD Audio discs prohibit downmix . When you play Learning More about This System back such a disc , “ LR ONLY ” appears on the display and the System plays back the left front and right front signals . Introduction ( see pages 1 to 2 ) • When playing back a DVD Audio disc recorded in MLP Playable Disc Types : ( Meridian Lossless Packing ; a lossless audio compression • About audio format system that can completely recreate the PCM signal ) , the Linear PCM : – Uncompressed digital audio , the same signals are recognized as the linear PCM signals , however , format used for CDs and most studio masters . no indicator lights up on the display . Compressed digital audio , developed by – Dolby Digital : • For MP3 / WMA playback . . . Dolby Laboratories , which enables multi - channel – MP3 / WMA discs require a longer readout time than encode to create realistic surround sound . regular CDs . ( It depends on the complexity of the group / – DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) : Compressed digital file configuration . ) audio , developed by Digital Theater Systems , Inc . , which – Some MP3 / WMA files cannot be played back and will enables multi - channel like Dolby Digital . As the be skipped . This results from their recording processes compression ratio is lower than for Dolby Digital , it and conditions . provides wider dynamic range and better separation . – When making MP3 / WMA discs , use ISO 9660 Level 1 • If you use a DVD - RAM with a cartridge , take the disc out or Level 2 for the disc format . of the cartridge before inserting . – This System can play back MP3 / WMA files with the Connections ( see pages 3 to 6 ) extension code < . mp3 > or < . wma > ( regardless of the Changing the Color System and Scanning Mode : letter case — upper / lower ) . • If you play back an NTSC disc with the color system set to – It is recommended that you make each MP3 / WMA file at “ PAL ( PROG ) , ” the disc will be reproduced using “ PAL a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz and at bit rate of 128 kbps . 60 ” format , however , if the TV does not support this This System cannot play back files made at bit rate of less format , the screen may not display properly . than 64 kbps . • If you play back a PAL disc with the color system set to • For DVD - VR playback . . . “ NTSC ( PROG ) , ” you can watch the playback pictures , but – Original Program : The System can play back the the following symptoms may occur : original picture in the recorded order . – The items on the disc menu will be blurred , and be shown The System can play back the play list edited – Play List : slightly shifted when highlighted . by the recording equipment . The control screen for the – The aspect ratio of the picture may differ from the play list appears only when the disc has the play list . original aspect ratio . – Resume is not available . – The picture movement is not smooth . – For details about DVD - VR format and play list , refer to • You cannot change the scanning mode to progressive in the the manual of the recording equipment . following cases : • For JPEG files playback . . . – When your TV does not support the progressive video – It is recommended that you record a file at 640 x 480 input . resolution . ( If a file has been recorded at a resolution of – When you have not connected your TV to the unit using more than 640 x 480 , it will take a long time to be a component video cord . shown . ) • When you play back an NTSC disc in progressive scanning – This System can play only baseline JPEG files * . mode , the System outputs the NTSC signal regardless of Progressive JPEG files * or lossless JPEG files * cannot the color system settings . be played . * Baseline JPEG format : Used for digital cameras , Daily Operations — Playback ( see pages 8 to 12 ) web , etc . Listening to the Radio : Progressive JPEG format : Used for web . • If you store a new station into an occupied preset number , Lossless JPEG format : An old type and rarely used the previously stored station in that number will be erased . now . • When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure • For MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 playback . . . occurs , the preset stations will be erased in a few days . If – The stream format should conform to MPEG system / this happens , preset the stations again . program stream . Playing Back a Disc : – 720 x 576 pixels ( 25 fps ) / 720 x 480 pixels ( 30 fps ) is • On some DVD , SVCD , or VCD discs , the actual operations recommended for the highest resolution . may be different from what is explained in this manual , due – This System also supports the resolutions of 352 x 576 / to the programming and disc structure ; such differences are 480 x 576 / 352 x 288 pixels ( 25 fps ) and 352 x 480 / 480 x not a malfunction of this System . 480 / 352 x 240 pixels ( 30 fps ) . 39
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page40 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English – The file format should be MP @ ML ( Main Profile at Unique DVD / VCD Operations ( see pages 17 to 19 ) Main Level ) / SP @ ML ( Simple profile at Main Level ) / Selecting the Sound Track : MP @ LL ( Main Profile at Low Level ) . • On some DVD Video discs , you cannot change audio – Audio streams should conform to MPEG1 Audio layer - 2 languages while playing back . or MPEG2 Audio Layer - 2 . Playing Back Bonus Group : • For ASF playback . . . • You cannot select a track in the bonus group for Program – This System can play back ASF files with the extension Play . code < . asf > ( regardless of the letter case — upper / lower ) . Special Picture Playback : – This System supports ASF files whose resolution is 352 • During slow - motion playback , no sound will be x 288 pixels or less . reproduced . – Some recorded files may not be able to played back • You cannot use frame - by - frame playback for DVD - VR . depending on file characteristics , kind of digital still / • While zoomed in , the picture may look coarse . video cameras , or recording conditions . – You cannot use the following functions — One Touch Replay , Slow motion , A - B Repeat , Program Play and Advanced Disc Operations ( see pages 20 to 22 ) Random Play . Programming the Playing Order — Program Play : • For DivX playback . . . – While programming steps . . . – When making a disc , use the UDF - Bridge format . Your entry will be ignored if you have tried to program “ Multi - border ” is not supported . an item number that does not exist on the disc ( for – The System supports DivX files whose resolution is 720 example , selecting track 14 on a disc that only has 12 x 480 pixels or less ( 30 fps ) , and 720 x 576 pixels or less tracks ) . ( 25 fps ) . – For SVCD / VCD / CD loaded on the other tray than the – Audio stream should conform to MPEG1 Audio Layer - current one , the System may prompt for the group 2 or MPEG Audio Layer - 3 ( MP3 ) . number entry as well , however , these entries will be – This System can play back DivX files with the extension ignored during playback . code < . divx > < . div > < . avi > ( regardless of the letter • You cannot use Program Play and Random Play for case — upper / lower ) . DVD - VR / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX discs . – The System does not support GMC ( Global Motion • The programmed contents will remain until you erase it . Compression ) . • While the PROGRAM indicator is on , you cannot change – The file encoded in the interlaced scanning mode may the disc to play . ( DISC 1 – 5 on the remote control and not be played back correctly . 3 on the main unit do not work . ) – You cannot use the following functions — One Touch Replay , Slow motion , A - B Repeat , Program Play , and Random Play . On - Screen Disc Operations ( see pages 23 to 28 ) Operations Using the On - screen Bar : Daily Operations — Sound & Other Adjustments • A - B Repeat : – A - B Repeat cannot be used for MP3 / WMA / MPEG - 1 / ( see pages 13 to 16 ) MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX and for some DVDs . Reinforcing the Bass Sound : – A - B Repeat is possible only within the same title or • The adjustment for the subwoofer level does not affect the within the same track . sound through the headphones . Operations on the Control Screen : Creating Your Own Sound Modes — User Mode : • This System can play back JPEG files with the extension • When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure code < . jpg > or < . jpeg > ( regardless of the letter case — occurs , the User Mode settings will be erased in a few days . upper / lower ) . If this happens , set the User Modes again . • This System may not play back JPEG files properly if they Creating 3 - dimensional Sound Field — 3D Phonic : are recorded on devices other than digital still camera . • While you use the headphones , 3D Phonic is canceled • During slide - show playback , zoom cannot be operated . temporary . – 3D Phonic is also applied to the optical digital output signals through the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT terminal . Setting the Clock : • “ 0 : 00 ” will flash on the display until you set the clock . • The clock may gain or lose 1 to 2 minutes per month . If this happens , reset the clock . 40
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page41 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Scoring Your Karaoke Skill : Recording Operations ( see pages 29 to 30 ) • Before the scoring function is activated , you can select the General : track by pressing ¢ / 4 ( except for DVD Video and • You cannot change the source during recording . SVCD / VCD with PBC ) . • There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto at the • You can also activate the scoring function while playing start and the end of cassette tapes . Thus , when recording back . In this case , the scoring starts from that point . discs or radio broadcasts , wind the leader tape first to But cancel the Karaoke Scoring mode and set the Karaoke ensure that the recording will be made without any music Scoring mode again in the same track during the playback , part lost . scoring starts from next track . • If no cassette is inserted or a protected tape has been • While the scoring function is in use , you cannot use the inserted , “ NO REC ” appears on the display . following buttons : MIC MIX , RESERVE , number buttons , • The recording level is automatically set correctly . Thus , and disc operation buttons ( except for ¢ / 4 / 7 ) . you can make sound adjustment other than the Surround • Activating the scoring function cancels Repeat Play . Mode without affecting the recording level . • You cannot use the scoring function during Program Play , Recording on a Tape : Random Play , or recording . • When using Reverse Mode for recording , start recording in • The ranking ( top 3 ) is cleared when you turn off the the forward ( 3 ) direction first ; otherwise , recording will System . ( If the number of songs scored is less than 3 , “ 0 stop when only one side ( reverse ) of the tape is recorded . POINT ” appears . ) Synchronized Disc Recording : • Karaoke Scoring is not functioned during recording . • Recording starts from the first track even if you have Reserving Karaoke Songs — Karaoke Program Play : selected a track by using ¢ / 4 . To specify track ( s ) to • If you have selected a disc tray on which DVD Audio or record , program them ( or use One Track Recording ) . DVD - VR is loaded , that disc number is skipped . • While recording , you cannot use disc operation buttons • If DVD - VR , ASF , MPEG - 1 or MPEG - 2 is loaded on the ( except for 7 ) and sound setting buttons ( except for current tray , you cannot use Karaoke Program Play . volume control ) . • When the track starts playback , that track number will be • Everything on the disc goes onto the tape in the order on erased from the Karaoke reserve screen ( the programmed the disc , or according to the order you have made for contents will remain until you erase it ) . Program Play . • While the PROGRAM indicator is flashing , you cannot • You cannot use Repeat Play during synchronized change the disc to play . ( DISC 1 – 5 on the remote control recording ( Repeat Play will be canceled ) . and 3 on the main unit do not work . ) • DISC REC START button does not work : – While playback is paused . – When Random Play is activated . ( see pages 34 to 35 ) Timer Operations – While playing back or being paused with Program Play . Setting the Timer : • When the tape reaches its end in the forward direction ( 3 ) • If you do not specify the preset station or track number during recording , the last song will be re - recorded at the correctly while setting a timer , the currently selected beginning of the reverse side ( 2 ) . station or the first track will be played when timer is • When the tape reaches its end in the reverse side ( 2 ) activated . during recording , recording stops even though the disc is • When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure not entirely recorded . occurs , the timer will be canceled . You need to set the To record only your favorite track — One Track Recording clock first , then the timer again . • For DVD - VR , recording starts at current playback point . • Without stopping the recording , you cannot change the source after Recording Timer starts recording . Enjoying Karaoke ( see pages 31 to 33 ) • If you set DVD Video as the source , Daily Timer will not General : work correctly . • While recording on a tape , Key control , ECHO sound and Vocal Masking will be recorded . Reducing the Lead Vocal — Vocal Masking : • The Vocal Masking Mode setting is not applied to the optical digital output signals through the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT terminal . • When playing a Karaoke disc in the Vocal Masking Mode , the vocal may not be reduced or the volume may be lower . • On some music , the Vocal Masking Mode does not provide the correct effect . 41
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page42 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English To keep the best recording and playback sound quality : Setup Menu Operations ( see pages 36 to 37 ) • Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol to clean the General : heads , capstans and pinch rollers . • If the upper and lower parts of the menu are cut off , adjust • Use a head demagnetizer ( available at electronics and the picture size control of the TV . audio shops ) to demagnetize the heads ( when the System is LANGUAGE menu : turned off ) . • When the language you have selected for MENU To protect your recording LANGUAGE , AUDIO LANGUAGE , or SUBTITLE is Cassettes have two small tabs on the back not recorded on a disc , the original language is used as the to protect from unexpected erasure or re - initial language . recording . PICTURE menu — MONITOR TYPE : To protect your recording , remove these • Even if “ 4 : 3 PS / 4 : 3 MULTI PS ” is selected , the screen size tabs . may become 4 : 3 letter box with some DVD Video discs . cover To re - record on a protected tape , This depends on how the discs are recorded . the holes with adhesive tape . • When you select “ 16 : 9 / 16 : 9 MULTI ” for a picture whose aspect ratio is 4 : 3 , the picture slightly changes due to the process for converting the picture width . OTHERS menu — ON SCREEN GUIDE : • The setup menu and on - screen bar will be displayed ( and recorded ) even though this function is set to “ OFF . ” Cleaning the System Subtitles and the information for zoom - in always appear on • Stains should be wiped off with a soft cloth . If the System the display regardless of this setting . is heavily stained , wipe it with a cloth soaked in water - diluted neutral detergent and wrung well , then wipe clean with a dry cloth . Maintenance • Since the System may deteriorate in quality , become damaged or get its paint peeled off , be careful about the To get the best performance of the System , keep your discs , following : tapes and mechanism clean . – DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth . – DO NOT wipe it forcefully . Handling discs – DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine . • Remove the disc from its case by holding it at the edge – DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as while pressing the center hole lightly . insecticides to it . • Do not touch the shiny surface of the disc , or bend the disc . – DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in contact • Put the disc back in its case after use to prevent warping . for a long time . • Be careful not to scratch the surface of the disc when placing it back in its case . • Avoid exposure to direct sunlight , extreme temperatures , and moisture . To clean the disc : Wipe the disc with a soft cloth in a straight line from center to edge . Handling cassette tapes • If the tape is loose in its cassette , take up the slack by inserting a pencil in one of the reels and rotate it . – If the tape is loose , it may get stretched , cut , or caught in the cassette . • Be careful not to touch the tape surface . • Avoid the following places to store the tape — in dusty places , in direct sunlight or heat , in moist areas , on a TV or speaker , or near a magnet . 42
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page43 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English ] You have changed the “ FILE TYPE ” setting after you Troubleshooting inserted a disc . In this case , reload the disc . The disc sound is discontinuous . If you are having a problem with your System , check this list ] The disc is scratched or dirty . for a possible solution before calling for service . The disc playback sounds strange . General : ] Cancel Key Control ( see page 32 ) . Adjustments or settings are suddenly canceled before No subtitle appears on the display though you have you finish . selected the initial subtitle language . There is a time limit . Repeat procedure again . ] ] Some DVDs are programmed to always display no Operations are disabled . subtitle initially . If this happens , press SUB TITLE after ] The built - in microprocessor may malfunction due to starting play ( see page 18 ) . external electrical interference . Unplug the AC power Audio language is different from the one you have cord and then plug it back in . selected as the initial audio language . Unable to operate the System from the remote control . ] Some DVDs are programmed to always use the original ] The path between the remote control and the remote language initially . If this happens , press AUDIO after sensor on the System is blocked . starting play ( see page 17 ) . ] The batteries are exhausted . The disc tray does not open or close . No sound is heard . ] The AC power cord is not plugged in . ] Speaker connections are incorrect or loose . ] Child Lock is in use . “ LOCKED ” appears in the display Headphones are connected . ] window ( see page 22 ) . No picture appears on the screen . The Program Play is in use . Cancel the Program Play ] ( see page 21 ) . ] The video cord connections are incorrect or loose . No picture is displayed on the TV screen , the picture is Tape Operations : blurred , or the picture is divided into two parts . The cassette holder cannot be opened . ] The System is connected to a TV which does not support Power supply from the AC power cord has been cut off ] progressive video input . while the tape was running . Turn on the System . Incorrect color system is selected ( see page 6 ) . ] Recording Operations : The left and right edges of the picture are missing on the Impossible to record . screen . ] Small tabs on the back of the cassette are removed . ] Select “ 4 : 3 LB / 4 : 3 MULTI LB ” for “ MONITOR TYPE ” Cover the holes with adhesive tape . ( see page 36 ) . The Karaoke scoring function is in use . Cancel the ] Radio Operations : scoring function ( see page 32 ) . Hard to hear broadcasts because of noise . Karaoke Operations : ] Antennas connections are incorrect or loose . Cannot activate the scoring function . ] The AM loop antenna is too close to the System . ] DVD Audio or DVD - VR is playing . The FM antenna is not properly extended and positioned . ] ] You cannot use the scoring function while recording , or Disc Operations : while the disc menu for DVD Video / SVCD / VCD is The disc does not play . shown on the TV screen . ] You have inserted a disc whose Region Code is not “ 3 . ” Scoring result seems wrong ( or “ – – ” appears ) . ( “ REGION ERR ” appears on the display . ) ] The playback time with the scoring function is too short . ] The disc is placed upside down . Place the disc with the ] No input from the microphone or the input level ( MIC label side up . LEVEL ) is too low . ID3 Tag on an MP3 disc cannot be shown . ] You have sung in too quietly . ] There are two types of ID3 Tag — Version 1 and Version 2 . Timer Operations : This System can only show ID3 Tag Version 1 . Daily Timer or Recording Timer does not work . MP3 groups and tracks are not played back as you ] The System has been turned on when the on - time comes . expect . Timer starts working only when the System is turned off . ] The playing order is determined when the disc was recorded . It depends on the writing application . MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX files are not played back . ] The inserted disc may include different types of files ( MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX files ) . In this case , you can only play back the files selected by the “ FILE TYPE ” setting ( see page 36 ) . 43
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page44 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Signals DIGITAL AUDIO Output Signals OUTPUT Playback disc STREAM / PCM DOLBY DIGITAL / PCM PCM ONLY DVD Video with 48 kHz , 16 / 20 / 24 bit Linear 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * PCM with 96 kHz , Linear PCM 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM with Dolby Digital Dolby Digital bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM with DTS DTS bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM DVD Audio with 48 / 96 / 192 kHz , 16 / 20 / 24 bit 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM Linear PCM with 44.1 / 88.2 / 176.4 kHz , 16 / 20 / 44.1 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM 24 bit Linear PCM with Dolby Digital Dolby Digital bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM with DTS DTS bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM DVD - RW / - ROM in DVD - VR format with 48 kHz , 16 / 20 / 24 bit Linear 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * PCM with Dolby Digital Dolby Digital bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM SVCD , VCD , CD 44.1 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * / 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * CD with DTS DTS bitstream 44.1 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM MP3 / WMA / DivX disc 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM ASF disc 32 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * While playing some DVDs , digital signals may be emitted at 20 bits or 24 bits ( at their original bit rate ) through the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT terminal if the discs are not copy - protected . Language Code List AA Afar FA Persian KM Cambodian OM ( Afan ) Oromo SV Swedish AB Abkhazian FI Finnish KN Kannada OR Oriya SW Swahili AF Afrikaans FJ Fiji KO Korean ( KOR ) PA Panjabi TA Tamil AM Ameharic FO Faroese KS Kashmiri PL Polish TE Telugu AR Arabic FY Frisian KU Kurdish PS Pashto , Pushto TG Tajik AS Assamese GA Irish KY Kirghiz PT Portuguese TH Thai AY Aymara GD Scots Gaelic LA Latin QU Quechua TI Tigrinya AZ Azerbaijani GL Galician LN Lingala RM Rhaeto - Romance TK Turkmen BA Bashkir GN Guarani LO Laothian RN Kirundi TL Tagalog BE Byelorussian GU Gujarati LT Lithuanian RO Rumanian TN Setswana BG Bulgarian HA Hausa LV Latvian , Lettish RW Kinyarwanda TO Tonga BH Bihari HI Hindi MG Malagasy SA Sanskrit TR Turkish BI Bislama HR Croatian MI Maori SD Sindhi TS Tsonga BN Bengali , Bangla HU Hungarian MK Macedonian SG Sangho TT Tatar BO Tibetan HY Armenian ML Malayalam SH Serbo - Croatian TW Twi BR Breton IA Interlingua MN Mongolian SI Singhalese UK Ukrainian CA Catalan IE Interlingue MO Moldavian SK Slovak UR Urdu CO Corsican IK Inupiak MR Marathi SL Slovenian UZ Uzbek CS Czech IN Indonesian MS Malay ( MAY ) SM Samoan VI Vietnamese CY Welsh IS Icelandic MT Maltese SN Shona VO Volapuk DA Danish IW Hebrew MY Burmese SO Somali WO Wolof DZ Bhutani JI Yiddish NA Nauru SQ Albanian XH Xhosa EL Greek JW Javanese NE Nepali SR Serbian YO Yoruba EO Esperanto KA Georgian NL Dutch SS Siswati ZU Zulu ET Estonian KK Kazakh NO Norwegian ST Sesotho EU Basque KL Greenlandic OC Occitan SU Sundanese 44
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DX - T66 [ USUN ] . book Page45 Tuesday , February14,20063 : 20PM English Specifications Amplifier section Speaker section Output Power : Main Speakers MAIN SPEAKERS : 150 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into Type : 3 - Way 3 - Speaker Bass Reflex 4 Ω at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic ( Magnetically - Shielded Type ) distortion . Speaker systems : Woofer : 18 cm cone x 1 SUBWOOFER : 150 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 4 Ω at Mid : 6.5 cm cone x 1 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic Tweeter : 2 cm dome x 1 distortion . Power handling capacity : 150 W Digital output : Impedance : 4 Ω OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT : Frequency range : 35 Hz – 25 000 Hz – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm ( 660 nm ± 30 nm ) Sound pressure level : 85 dB / W • m Audio input sensitivity / Impedance Dimensions ( W / H / D ) ( approx . ) : 204 mm x 460 mm x 273 mm ( Measured at 1 kHz , with tape recording signal 300 mV ) Mass ( approx . ) : 5.2 kg each AUX : 300 mV / 47 kΩ MIC 1 / 2 : 3.0 mV / 50 kΩ VIDEO OUT : Subwoofer Color system : NTSC / PAL selectable Type : 1 - Way Bass - Reflex ( Magnetically - Shielded Type ) VIDEO ( composite ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Speaker system : 20 cm cone x 1 S - VIDEO : Y ( luminance ) 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Power handling capacity : 150 W C ( chrominance , burst ) Impedance : 4 Ω NTSC 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Frequency range : 35 Hz – 5 000 Hz PAL 0.3 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Sound pressure level : 88 dB / W • m Dimensions ( W / H / D ) ( approx . ) : 238 mm x 460 mm x 273 mm COMPONENT ( Interlace / Progressive ) : Mass ( approx . ) : 7.1 kg ( Y ) 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω B PR ( P / ) 0.7 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Design and specifications are subject to change without notice . Speaker Terminals : 4 Ω − 16 Ω ( main speakers / subwoofer ) • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . “ Dolby ” , Tuner section “ Pro Logic ” , “ MLP Lossless ” , and the double - D symbol are FM tuning range : 87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz trademarks of Dolby Laboratories . AM ( MW ) tuning range : 531 kHz – 1 710 kHz ( at 9 kHz ) • “ DTS ” and “ DTS DIGITAL SURROUND ” are trademarks of 530 kHz – 1 710 kHz ( at 10 kHz ) Digital Theater Systems , Inc . ® ® • “ Official DivX Certified product ” “ Plays all versions of DivX ® ® Disc player section video ( including DivX 6 ) with standard playback of DivX media files ” “ DivX , DivX Certified , and associated logos are Playable disc : DVD Video / DVD Audio / CD / VCD / SVCD CD - R / CD - RW ( recorded in Audio CD / Video CD / trademarks of DivX , Inc . and are used under license . ” Super Video CD formats and MP3 / WMA / JPEG / • This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX files ) protected by U.S . patents and other intellectual property rights . DVD - R ( recorded in DVD Video format ) Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by DVD - RW ( recorded in DVD Video format or DVD - Macrovision , and is intended for home and other limited viewing VR format ) uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision . Reverse Dynamic range : 80 dB engineering or disassembly is prohibited . Horizontal resolution : 500 lines • “ CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH Wow and flutter : Immeasurable DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE Cassette deck section ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE . IN CASE Frequency response OF 525 OR 625 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE PROBLEMS , Normal ( type I ) : 50 Hz – 14 000 Hz IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER SWITCH THE Wow and flutter : 0.15 % ( WRMS ) CONNECTION TO THE ‘ STANDARD DEFINITION ’ OUTPUT . IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR General TV SET COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL 525p AND Power requirement : AC 110 V / AC 127 V / AC 220 V / 625p DVD PLAYER , PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER AC 230 V – AC 240 V , ( adjustable SERVICE CENTER . ” with the voltage selector ) , 50 Hz / 60 Hz • USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ANY MANNER THAT Power consumption : 205 W ( at operation ) COMPILES WITH THE MPEG - 4 VISUAL STANDARD IS 23 W ( on standby ) PROHIBITED , EXCEPT FOR USE BY A CONSUMER Dimensions ( W / H / D ) ( approx . ) : 185 mm x 460 mm x 361 mm ENGAGING IN PERSONAL AND NON - COMMERCIAL Mass ( approx . ) : 10.8 kg ACTIVITIES . Supplied Accessories See page 3 . 45
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Index.fm Page46 Thursday , February23,2006 8 : 26PM Parts Index English Remote control Button Page Button Page REVERSE ¢ 12 , 29 TAPE - A 4 8 , 12 , 30 Button Page Button Page MODE TAPE - B 3 8 , 12 , 29 , 30 AUDIO z 8 KARAOKE 1 32 SCORING SOUND MODE ( 14 TUNING % 9 TV x 38 SUBWOOFER 6 13 VOLUME + , – ~ 8 , 31 7 8 10 – 12 , 21 KEY # , : 32 LEVEL + , – ¡ 1 ¡ , 9 Q 9 , 11 , 12 , 19 MIC MIX d 31 , 33 ¢ 4 ¢ , 7 . 10 MENU / PL W 11 , 27 8 P 10 , 19 ON SCREEN R 24 – 26 Remote control 5 ∞ 3 2 5 , ∞ , 3 , , E 11 , 15 , 18 , 19 , PAGE i 18 ENTER 24 – 28 , 36 , 38 z 1 PLAY MODE O 20 , 21 x + , – D 6 , 13 , 14 , 16 , 33 , REPEAT ; 22 , 28 2 34 c RHYTHM AX g 13 3 Number T 9 – 11 , 19 , 20 , RESERVE f 33 v 4 b buttons 26 , 33 , 38 RETURN Y 11 n 5 6 3D PHONIC S 14 REVERSE I 12 m 7 MODE ANGLE y 18 , 8 . AUDIO / MPX r 17 SCAN MODE U 6 9 P p AUDIO / TV m 8 , 38 SET j 9 , 13 , 14 , 16 , Q q selector 33 – 35 W AUDIO VOL , 8 SET UP w 36 E w + , – SETTING F 33 R er AUX v 8 SLEEP / 16 1 2 3 CANCEL l 21 , 33 , 35 SOUND MODE A 14 T t 4 5 6 CHANNEL + , – 5 38 SUB TITLE t 18 y 7 8 9 Y CLOCK / k 16 , 34 , 35 SUB WOOFER h 13 u 10 0 10 U TIMER LEVEL i I 2 3 DIMMER G 16 TAPE - A 2 3 8 , 12 o O ; : a 2 3 DISC 1 – 5 2 10 TAPE - B 2 n 8 , 12 sf A d DVD LEVEL o 15 TOP MENU / q 11 , 27 S g PG hk 3 DVD / CD 4 8 , 10 D j ECHO s 32 TV VOL + , – 6 38 F l / G FM MODE P 9 TV / VIDEO c 38 FM / AM b 8 , 9 V.MASKING a 32 Main unit GLANCE p 18 VFP U 15 BACK ZOOM u 19 , 28 1 GROUP / e 10 8 TITLE 2 90 3 Remote Main unit 4 - sensor 5 Button Page Button Page = 8 DVD / CD 0 8 , 10 2 ~ 6 Display 8 7 DVD LEVEL ) 15 ! @ 7 ! 9 – 12 , 21 , 22 FM / AM 9 8 , 9 ¡ 1 ¡ , % 9 , 11 , 12 , 19 KARAOKE @ 32 # _ + ) ( SCORING $ % ¢ 4 ¢ , = 10 8 - 10 , 19 MIC 1 , MIC 2 & 31 AUX + 8 MIC LEVEL * 31 ¡ ™ £ ¢ DEMO _ 6 PHONES 7 8 ^ Disc trays 1 10 PRESET + , – = 10 3 0 0 DISC1 – 5 3 , 0 5 10 , 22 , 30 PUSH - OPEN # ^ 12 , 29 & DISC REC ¡ 30 REC START / ™ 30 * 7 START STOP DUBBING £ 30 RHYTHM AX $ 13 46
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DXT66_Cover [ USUN ] . fm Page2 Tuesday , February14,20064 : 58PM Mains ( AC ) Line Instruction ( not applicable for Europe , U.S.A . , Canada , and U.K . ) DX - T66 COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM CAUTION for mains ( AC ) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN , do check that your mains ( AC ) line voltage corresponds with the position of the voltage selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment and , if different , reset the voltage selector switch , to prevent from a damage or risk of fire / electric shock . EN , CS 0206JSKMDCJEM © 2006 Victor Company of Japan , Limited
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DXT66_Cover [ UGUX ] . fm Page1 Friday , February24,200611 : 34AM English COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM Consists of CA - DXT66 , SP - DXT66F , and SP - DXT99W 6 — DX - T6 CA - DXT66 SP - DXT99W SP - DXT66F SP - DXT99W CA - DXT66 SP - DXT66F SUPER VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS GVT0165 - 002B [ UG , UX ]
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DXT66_Safty [ UGUX ] . fm Page1 Monday , February13,200611 : 37AM Warnings , Cautions and Others CAUTION Caution – – ( standby / on ) button ! To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . ( the STANDBY lamp goes off ) . When installing the apparatus , 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . ensure that the plug is easily accessible . The button in any position does not disconnect the mains line . • When the System is on standby , the STANDBY lamp lights red . • When the System is turned on , the STANDBY lamp goes off . The power can be remote controlled . IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1 . CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2 . CAUTION : Do not open the top cover . There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit ; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel . 3 . CAUTION : Visible and / or invisible Class 1M laser radiation when open . Do not view directly with optical instruments . CAUTION • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . ( If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . ) • Do not place any naked flame sources , such as lighted candles , on the apparatus . • When discarding batteries , environmental problems must be considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly . • Do not expose this apparatus to rain , moisture , dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids , such as vases , shall be placed on the apparatus . [ European Union only ] G - 1
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DXT66_Safty [ UGUX ] . fm Page2 Monday , February13,200611 : 37AM Caution : Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire , and to prevent damage , locate the apparatus as follows : 1 . Front : No obstructions and open spacing . 2 . Sides / Top / Back : No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below . 3 . Bottom : Place on the level surface . Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more . Front view Side view 15 cm 15 cm 1 cm 1 cm 15 cm CA - DXT66 CA - DXT66 10 cm CAUTION ! To avoid personal injury or accidentally droppingthe theunit , havetwopersonsunpack , carry , and install unit . 28 kg G - 2
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page1 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM Introduction English Audio formats Playable Disc Types INFO The System can playback the following digital audio formats . ( Linear PCM ) , DIGITAL ( Dolby Digital ) , • LPCM DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) , ( Meridian Lossless MLP Packing ) IMPORTANT : Before playing a disc , make sure of COMPACT the following . . . SUPER VIDEO DIGITAL AUDIO DIGITAL VIDEO • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input mode on the TV to view the pictures or on - screen displays . DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format / Logo Licensing • For disc playback , you can change the initial setting to Corporation . your preference . See “ Setup Menu Operations ” on page 36 . • CD - R / - RW : Recorded in the Audio CD , Video CD , If “ ” appears on the TV screen when you press a and SVCD formats . MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , button , the disc cannot perform the operation you have MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX files written in accordance tried to do . with the “ ISO 9660 ” format can also be played . • DVD - R / - RW / - ROM / + R / + RW : Recorded in the DVD Video or Video Recording ( VR ) format . MP3 , WMA , JPEG , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 , ASF and DivX files written How to Read This Manual in the UDF format can also be played . • Button and control operations are explained in the table In addition to the above discs / files , this System can playback below . audio data recorded on CD - Extra . • Some related tips and notes are explained later in the • The following discs cannot be played back : sections “ Learning More about This System ” and DVD - RAM , CD - I ( CD - I Ready ) , CD - ROM , Photo CD , “ Troubleshooting , ” but not in the same section CD - G ( CD - Graphics ) and DVD / CD Text . explaining the operations ( indicates that the INFO Playing back these discs will generate noise and damage content has some information ) . the speakers . Indicates that you press the button briefly . • In this manual , “ file ” and “ track ” are interchangeably used for MP3 / WMA / JPEG / MPEG - 1 / MPEG - 2 / ASF / DivX operations . Indicates that you press the button briefly • It is possible to play back finalized + R / + RW ( DVD Video and repeatedly until an option you want is Format only ) discs . “ DVD ” lights on the front display selected . panel when a + R / + RW disc is loaded . Indicates that you press one of the buttons . Caution for DualDisc playback : The Non - DVD side of a “ DualDisc ” does not comply with the “ Compact Disc Digital Audio ” standard . the button press and hold Indicates that you 2sec . Therefore , the use of Non - DVD side of a DualDisc on for a specified period . this product may not be recommended . The number inside the arrow indicates the period of press ( in the example , 2 seconds ) . Indicates that you turn the control toward the About color system specified direction ( s ) . This System accommodates both NTSC and PAL system and can playback discs recorded with either system . Indicates that this operation is only Remote To change the color system , see page 6 . ONLY possible using the remote control . Indicates that this operation is only Note on Region Code Main Unit possible using the main unit . This System can play back only DVD Videos whose Region ONLY Code numbers include “ 2 . ” EX . : 1
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page2 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM English Precautions Contents Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Installation Canceling the Demonstration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 • Install the System in a location with adequate ventilation to Changing the Color System and Scanning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 prevent internal heat build - up in the System . Display Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 DO NOT install the System in a location near Daily Operations — Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 heat sources , or in a place subject to direct Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 sunlight , excessive dust or vibration . Listening to the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Playing Back a Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 • Install in a place which is level , dry and neither too hot nor Playing Back a Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 too cold — between 5 ° C and 35 ° C . Daily Operations — Sound & Other Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . 13 • Leave sufficient distance between the System and the TV . Adjusting the Speaker Output Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 • Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference Reinforcing the Bass Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 with the TV . Selecting the Sound Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Power sources Creating Your Own Sound Modes — User Mode . . . . . . . . . . 14 • When unplugging the System from the wall outlet , always Creating 3 - dimensional Sound Field — 3D Phonic . . . . . . . . 14 pull on the plug , not the AC power cord . Presetting Automatic DVD Video Sound Increase Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 DO NOT handle the AC power cord with Changing a Playback Picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 wet hands . Changing the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Moisture condensation Turning Off the Power Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Moisture may condense on the lenses inside the System in Unique DVD / VCD Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 the following cases : Selecting the Sound Track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 • After starting to heat the room Selecting the Subtitle Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 • In a damp room Selecting the View Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 • If the System is brought directly from a cold to a warm Reviewing the Playback Quickly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 place . Selecting Browsable Still Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Should this occur , the System may malfunction . In this case , Playing Back Bonus Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 leave the System turned on for a few hours until the moisture Special Picture Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 evaporates , unplug the AC power cord , then plug it in again . Advanced Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Internal heat Programming the Playing Order — Program Play . . . . . . . . . . 20 • Make sure there is good ventilation around the unit . Poor Playing at Random — Random Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 ventilation could overheat and damage the unit . Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 – A cooling fan is inside the unit to prevent heat build - up . Prohibiting Disc Ejection — Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 On - Screen Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 DO NOT block the ventilation openings or On - screen Bar Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 holes . If they are blocked by a newspaper or Operations Using the On - screen Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . Operations on the Control Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Recording Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Others Enjoying Karaoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 • Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the System , Singing Along ( Karaoke ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer before Reducing the Lead Vocal — Vocal Masking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 operating any further . Scoring Your Karaoke Skill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 DO NOT disassemble the System since there Reserving Karaoke Songs — Karaoke Program Play . . . . . 33 are no user serviceable parts inside . Timer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Setup Menu Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 • If you are not going to operate the System for an extended Operating the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 period of time , unplug the AC power cord from the wall Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 outlet . Learning More about This System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 If anything goes wrong , unplug the AC power cord and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 consult your dealer . Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Parts Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 2
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page3 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM Connections English Do not connect the AC power cord until all other Supplied accessories connections have been made . • FM antenna ( x1 ) • AM loop antenna ( x1 ) • Composite video cord ( x1 ) • Connect VIDEO OUT directly to the video input of your • Remote control ( x1 ) TV . Connecting VIDEO OUT to a TV via a VCR may • Batteries ( x2 ) interfere with your viewing when playing back a copy If any item is missing , consult your dealer immediately . protected disc . Connecting VIDEO OUT to an integrated TV / VCR system may interfere with your viewing . ~ From the video input of TV / monitor See page 4 . Ÿ From the digital input of digital audio component such as CD recorder See page 4 . ! From the analog audio output of auxiliary equipment ( VCR , etc . ) See page 4 . ⁄ From AM / FM antenna See page 4 . @ From the speakers / Subwoofer See page 5 . ¤ From surround speakers See page 5 . # Voltage selector Before plugging in , confirm the position the voltage selector points at . See page 5 . ‹ To a wall outlet Plug in the AC power cord only after all connections are completed . 3
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page4 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM English ~ ⁄ TV / monitor AM / FM antenna To assemble the AM loop antenna Composite video cord ( supplied ) S - Video cord ( not supplied ) Green Red Blue To connect AM / FM antenna Component video cord ( not supplied ) AM loop antenna ( supplied ) Turn it until the best reception is • To select progressive scanning mode ( see page 6 ) , use obtained . COMPONENT jacks . • Connect the VIDEO jack , S - VIDEO jack , or COMPONENT jacks whichever you want to use . Ÿ Digital audio component OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT FM antenna ( supplied ) Protective cap Extend it so that you can obtain the best reception . For better AM / FM reception AM loop antenna ( supplied ) • Set “ DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT ” in the “ AUDIO ” menu Keep it connected . correctly according to the connected digital audio equipment ( see page 37 ) . If the setting is incorrect , loud Vinyl - covered wire noise may be generated causing damage to the speakers . ( not supplied ) • The digital signal through the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT Extend it horizontally . terminal is output only when the DVD / CD is selected as the source . FM outdoor antenna ! Auxiliary equipment ( not supplied ) Red Stereo audio cord ( not supplied ) White • Disconnect the supplied FM antenna , and connect to an outdoor FM antenna using a 75 Ω wire with coaxial type connector ( IEC or DIN45325 ) . • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals , connecting cords or the power cord . Also , keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the System , connecting cords , and the AC power cord . This could cause poor reception . 4
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connection.fm Page5 Monday , February27,20068 : 05PM English @ Speakers / Subwoofer To remove the speaker grilles of the main speakers Holes To connect the speaker cords Projection • When connecting the speaker cords , match their polarity with that of the speaker terminals : red / blue to ( + ) and black to ( – ) . 1 2 Speaker grille 3 4 • The lower speaker grille is not detachable . Do not remove the lower speaker grille ; otherwise , it may From right front main damage the speaker grille . speaker Surround speakers ¤ From left front main speaker From the right surround speaker ( not supplied ) From the left surround speaker ( not supplied ) From subwoofer To adjust the voltage selector # • Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as Use a screwdriver to rotate the indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the System . voltage selector so that the voltage • The front speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color mark is pointing at the same voltage distortions on TVs . However , if not installed properly , it as where you are plugging in the unit . may cause color distortions . So , pay attention to the ( See also the back cover page . ) following when installing the speakers . – When placing the speakers near a TV set , turn off the TV’s main power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers . Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TV’s Voltage mark main power switch again . Some TVs may still be affected even though you have followed the above instruction . If this happens , move the DO NOT plug in before setting the voltage speakers away from the TV . selector and all connection procedures are • DO NOT connect more than one speaker to completed . each terminal . • DO NOT push or pull the speakers as this will damage the foot spacers at the bottom of the speakers . 5
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page6 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM English Preparing the remote control Changing the Color System and Remote ONLY When using the remote INFO Scanning Mode control , point the top of the You can select the video output to match it to the color remote control toward the system of your TV ( NTSC or PAL ) . remote sensor as directly as • If you connect a progressive TV through the possible . If you operate it COMPONENT jacks , you can enjoy a high quality picture from a diagonal position , from the built - in DVD player by selecting progressive the operating range ( approx . scanning mode . 5 m ) may be shorter . R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) • You can change the setting only while the disc playback is stopped . • Dispose of batteries in the proper manner , according to Enter the color system setting mode . 1 federal , state , and local regulations . 2 sec . DO NOT recharge , short , disassemble , heat SCAN MODE the battery or dispose of it in a fire . VFP 2 Select the color system and scanning mode . Canceling the Demonstration Main Unit ONLY – E – L BALANC R NTSC PAL 2 sec . PAL PROG NTSC PROG DEMO OFF DEMO START NTSC / PAL NTSC or PAL Interlaced scanning . For a conventional PAL or NTSC TV . NTSC / PAL NTSC or PAL Progressive scanning . PROG For a progressive NTSC or PAL TV . To start the demonstration , select DEMO START . Store the setting . 3 SET 6
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DX - T66 [ UGUX ] . book Page7 Tuesday , February14,20065 : 30PM Display EnglishIndication The indications on the display teach you a lot of things while 9 Tape operation indicators you are operating the System , • TAPE : lights when a tape is loaded in either deck A or B . Before operating the System , be familiar with when and how • ( Reverse Mode ) : lights to indicate the current the indicator illuminates on the display . Reverse Mode . • A : lights when a tape is in the deck A . 12 3 89 456 7 • B : lights when a tape is in the deck B . • 2 3 ( tape direction ) : – Lights to indicate the current tape running direction . – Flashes slowly during playback and recording . – Flashes quickly while rewinding a tape . • REC : lights while recording . p Disc operation indicators • PROGRAM : lights when Program Play is activated . e q w y u a p o ; r t i • RANDOM : lights when Random Play is activated . • REPEAT : lights when Repeat Play is activated . 1 PROGRESSIVE indicator • ALL DISC : lights when All Disc Repeat is activated . • Lights when the progressive scanning mode is selected . • 1 DISC : lights when One Disc Repeat is activated . 2 Karaoke operation indicators • 1 : lights when One Track / Chapter / Step Repeat is • : lights when the Mic Mixing Mode is activated ; / activated . flashes when scoring function is in use . q Main display • MIC : lights when the Mic Mixing Mode is activated ; w TITLE indicator flashes when scoring function is in use . • Lights to indicate the title number for DVD Video . • ECHO : lights when the echo effect is activated . e Audio signal indicators • V.MASKING : lights when the Vocal Masking Mode is • Lights to indicate the incoming audio channel signals . activated . r GROUP indicator 3 Source signal indicators • Lights to indicate the group number . • DTS : lights when a source signal is DTS . t CHAP . indicator • DIGITAL : lights when a source signal is Dolby • Lights to indicate the chapter number . Digital . y TRACK indicator • DVD : lights when DVD Video is detected . • Lights to indicate the track number . • DVD AUDIO : lights when DVD Audio is detected . u FILE indicator • PCM : lights when a source signal is linear PCM . • Lights to indicate the file number . 4 BONUS indicator i Disc indicators • Lights when DVD Audio with bonus group is detected . • 1 – 5 : lights to indicate the current disc tray . 5 B.S.P . indicator • : lights when a disc is detected on the disc tray ; rotates • Lights when browsable still pictures on DVD Audio are during playback or paused . available . o Sound Mode indicators RESUME indicator 6 • S.MODE : lights when one of the Sound Modes • Lights when Resume is activated . ( Surround / SEA / User Modes ) is activated ( for Surround 7 Timer indicators mode , also lights ) . • : lights when Daily Timer or Recording Timer stands • DSP MODE : lights when one of the Surround Modes is by or is working or being set . activated . • SLEEP : lights when the Sleep Timer is activated . ; FM reception indicators • DAILY : lights when the Daily Timer is on standby ; • ST ( stereo ) : lights while an FM stereo station with flashes while working or being set . sufficient signal strength is tuned in . • REC : lights when the Recording Timer is on standby ; • MONO : lights while receiving an FM stereo station in flashes while working or being set . monaural . DVD LEVEL 1 / 2 / 3 indicators 8 3D PHONIC indicator a • Lights to indicate the DVD Video increase level . • Lights when 3D Phonic is activated . 7
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