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00 - 00_Cover [ UJ ] _f.fm Page1Friday , July1,2005 1 : 12PM COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM — Consists of CA - HXD7 and SP - HXD7 HX - D7 SP - HXD7 CA - HXD7 SP - HXD7 INSTRUCTIONS LVT1351 - 003B [ UJ ]
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00 - 00_Safty [ UJ ] _f.fm Page1 Friday , July1,20051 : 10PM Warnings , Cautions and Others CAUTION CAUTION • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : ( If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by 1 Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able 2 Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . to get out . ) • Do not place any naked flame sources , such as lighted candles , on the apparatus . Caution — STANDBY / ON button ! • When discarding batteries , environmental problems Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off must be considered and local rules or laws completely . The STANDBY / ON button in any governing the disposal of these batteries must be position does not disconnect the mains line . The followed strictly . power can be remote controlled . • 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 . CAUTION 31 kg / 69 lbs . Changes or modifications not approved by JVC CAUTION ! could void the user’s authority to operate the To avoid personal injury or accidentally dropping equipment . theunit , havetwopersonsunpack , carry , and install the unit . [ European Union only ] 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 a level surface . Maintain an adequate air path for ventilation by placing on a stand with a height of 10 cm or more . Side view Front view 1 cm 1 cm 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm SP - HXD7 CA - HXD7 SP - HXD7 CA - HXD7 10 cm 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 : Visible and invisible laser radiation when CAUTION open and interlock failed or defeated . Avoid direct exposure to beam . 4 REPRODUCTION OF LABEL : CAUTION LABEL , PLACED INSIDE UNIT . G - 1
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page1Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Contents Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Advanced Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Programming the Playing Order — Program Play . . . . . . 24 Playing at Random — Random Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Step 1 : Unpack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Prohibiting Disc Ejection — Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Step 2 : Prepare the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Step 3 : Hook Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 On - Screen Disc Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 About the On - screen Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Display Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Operations Using the On - screen Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Operations on the CONTROL Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Before Operating the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Playable Disc Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Timer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Setting the Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Daily Operations — Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Listening to the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Set up Menu Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Playing Back a Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Operating Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Playing Back from the PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Playing Back from Other Audio Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Operating the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Operating TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Daily Operations — Sound and Other Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Learning More about This System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Reinforcing the Bass Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Making the Center Channel Sound Clear Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 — Clear Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Selecting the Sound Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Language Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Selecting 3D Phonic Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Parts Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Presetting Automatic DVD VIDEO Sound Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Increase Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Changing the Scanning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Changing the Picture Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Turning On or Off the Key - Touch Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Changing the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Turning Off the Power Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Unique DVD / VCD Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Selecting the Sound Track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Selecting the Subtitle Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Selecting a View Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Selecting Browsable Still Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Playing Back a Bonus Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Special Picture Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 1
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page2Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Introduction • If you are not going to operate the System for an extended Precautions period of time , unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet . Installation • Install in a place which is level , dry and neither too hot nor If anything goes wrong , unplug the AC power cord and too cold — between 5 ° C ( 41 ° F ) and 35 ° C ( 95 ° F ) . consult your dealer . • Install the System in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat buildup in the System . How to Read This Manual DO NOT install the System in a location To make the explanations in this manual as simple and easy - near heat sources , or in a place subject to to - understand as possible , we have adapted the following direct sunlight , excessive dust or vibration . methods : • Button and control operations are explained as listed in the • Leave sufficient distance between the System and the TV . table below . In this manual , the operations using the remote • Keep the speakers away from the TV to avoid interference control are mainly explained ; however , you can use the with TV . buttons and controls on the main unit if they have the same Power sources ( or similar ) name and marks . • When unplugging the System from the wall outlet , always • Some related tips and notes are explained later in the pull on the plug , not the AC power cord . sections “ Learning More about This System ” and “ Troubleshooting , ” but not in the same section DO NOT handle the AC power cord with INFO explaining the operations ( indicates that the wet hands . content has some informations ) . If you want to know more about the functions , or if you have a doubt about the Moisture condensation function , go to these sections and you will find your answer Moisture may condense on the lenses inside the System in there . the following cases : Indicates that you press the button • After starting to heat the room y . briefl • In a damp room • If the System is brought directly from a cold to a warm place Should this occur , the System may malfunction . In this case , Indicates that you press the button leave the System turned on for a few hours until the briefly and repeatedly until an moisture evaporates , unplug the AC power cord , then plug option you want is selected . it in again . Indicates that you press one of the Internal heat buttons . • A cooling fan is mounted on the rear panel to prevent heat buildup inside the unit . the press and hold Indicates that you For safety , observe the following carefully : button for a specified period . • Make sure there is good ventilation around 2 sec . • The number inside the arrow the unit . Poor ventilation could overheat indicates the period of press ( in this and damage the unit . example , 2 seconds ) . • DO NOT block the cooling fan and the • If no number is inside the arrow , ventilation openings or holes . If they are press and hold until the entire blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the procedure is complete or until you heat may not be able to get out . get a result you want . Indicates that you turn the control Others toward the specified direction ( s ) . • Should any metallic object or liquid fall into the System , unplug the AC power cord and consult your dealer before operating any further . Indicates that this operation is only Remote ONLY possible using the remote control . DO NOT disassemble the System since there are no user serviceable parts inside . Indicates that this operation is only possible using the buttons and controls on Main Unit ONLY the main unit . 2
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page3Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM Getting Started Step 1 : Unpack Step 1 : Unpack the package and check the accessories . After unpacking , check to be sure that you have all the following items . The number in parentheses indicates the quantity of each piece supplied . • FM antenna ( 1 ) • AM loop antenna ( 1 ) • Composite video cord ( 1 ) • Remote control ( 1 ) • Batteries ( 2 ) • AC plug adapter ( 1 ) If any item is missing , consult your dealer immediately . Step 2 : Prepare the Remote Control Insert the batteries into the remote control by matching the polarity ( + and – ) correctly . 1 Step 2 : Prepare the remote control . R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) 2 Step 3 : Hook up the components such as AM / FM antennas , speakers , etc . ( see pages 4 to 7 ) . 3 ANTENNA AM FM ( 75Ω ) • DO NOT use an old battery together with a new one . • DO NOT use different types of batteries together . • DO NOT expose batteries to heat or flame . • DO NOT leave the batteries in the battery compartment when you are not going to Finally plug the AC power cord . use the remote control for an extended period of time . Otherwise , the remote Now you can operate this System . control will be damaged from battery leakage . 3
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page4Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM Step : Hook Up 3 If you need more detailed information , see page 6 . Turn the power off to all components before connections . Illustrations of the input / output terminals below are typical examples . When you connect other components , refer also to their manuals since the terminal names actually printed on the rear may vary . AM loop antenna ( supplied ) Turn it until the best reception is obtained . Digital audio equipment OPTICAL DIGITAL IN VEDEO INPUT Red PR Blue PB Optical digital cord ( not supplied ) Y TV Green Component video cord ( not supplied ) VEDEO INPUT Composite video cord ( supplied ) Yellow VEDEO INPUT S - video cord ( not supplied ) To a wall outlet Plug the AC power cord only after all connections are complete . If the wall outlet does not match the AC plug , use the supplied AC plug adapter . 4
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page5Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM For better FM / AM reception AM loop antenna Keep it connected . ANTENNA AM Outdoor FM Vinyl - covered wire ( not supplied ) antenna Extend it horizontally . ( not supplied ) FM ( 75Ω ) Disconnect the supplied FM antenna , and connect to Ω wire with an outdoor FM antenna using a 75 coaxial type connector ( IEC or DIN45325 ) . FM antenna ( supplied ) Extend it so that you can obtain the best reception . ANTENNA ª · · L ª AM R L MAIN FM SPEAKER ( 75Ω ) R ( 4 · 8Ω ) SUBWOOFER ( 6 · 16Ω ) DIGITAL OUT ( OPTICAL ) COMPONENT Y VIDEO OUT PB PR VIDEO OUT S - VIDEO 5
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page6Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM To connect the speaker cords Turn the power off to all components before connections . • When connecting the speaker cords , match their polarity with that of the speaker terminals : red / blue to ( + ) and black to ( – ) . • Use only speakers with the same speaker impedance as To assemble and connect the AM loop antenna indicated by the speaker terminals on the rear of the unit . To assemble the AM loop antenna • The speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color distortions on TVs . However , if not installed properly , it 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 . 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 followed the above instruction . If this happens , move the speakers away from the TV . • 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 . To connect the AM loop antenna cords • Connect black cord to the H terminal , and the white cord to 3 Release 1 Hold 2 Insert the other terminal . 1 Hold From left speaker Black 2 Insert 3 Release Blue Red • If the AM loop antenna wire or speaker cords are covered with vinyl , remove the vinyl to expose the tip of the antenna by twisting the vinyl . • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals , connecting cords and power cord . Also , keep the antennas away from metallic parts of the System , connecting Black cords , and the AC power cord . This could cause poor condition . From right speaker 6
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page7Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM To connect digital audio DIGITAL OUT ( OPTICAL ) Protective cap IMPORTANT • Always set volume to VOL MIN when connecting or disconnecting the other equipment . Adjusting the voltage selector Before plugging , set the correct voltage for your area with the voltage selector switch on the rear panel by using a screwdriver . ( See also the back cover page . ) Voltage selector switch DO NOT plug in any equipment until all connections are complete . 7
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page8Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM Display Indication The indications on the display teach you a lot of things while you are operating the System . Before operating the System , be familiar with when and how the indicator illuminates on the display . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 p q w e r tyu i o ; a s d f Indications on the main display • While listening to radio : • While selecting “ AUX ” or “ USB ” : Band Frequency Source name Reception mode ( FM only ) • While playing a disc : • While disc play is stopped : DVD Video : DVD Video : Elapsed playing time Title number Total title number Chapter number DVD Audio : DVD Audio : Elapsed playing time Group number Track number SVCD / VCD / CD : SVCD / VCD / CD : 2 2 Total playing time * Total track number Elapsed playing time * Track number 1 1 Disc type * Disc type * 3 MP3 : MP3 * : Group number Track number Elapsed playing time JPEG : JPEG : Current file number Current file number Current group number Current group number 1 * Disc type is displayed with the following abbreviation : “ SV ( SVCD ) ” , “ VD ( VCD ) ” , and “ CD ( CD ) ” . 2 * While activating PBC function , “ PBC ” appears on the display instead of the playing time . 3 At the playback beginning , the file name and ID3 Tag ( if any ) are shown . * 8
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page9Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM 1 BEEP ON indicator r DVD AUDIO indicator • Lights when key - touch tone is activated . • Lights when DVD Audio is detected . t TITLE indicator 2Timer indicators • DAILY : lights when the Daily Timer stands by or is • Lights to indicate the title number when the source is working ; flashes while Daily Timer is being set . DVD Video . • SLEEP : lights when the Sleep Timer is activated . y GROUP indicator • : lights when Daily Timer stands by or is being • Lights to indicate the group number when the source is set ; flashes while Daily Timer is working . DVD Audio , MP3 , or JPEG disc . 3 3 - D PHONIC indicator u CD PLAY indicator • Lights when 3D Phonic is activated ( see page 18 ) . • Lights when the disc player is selected as the source . 4 PRGR . ( progressive ) indicator i CHAP . ( chapter ) indicator • Lights when the scanning mode is set to progressive . • Lights to indicate the chapter number when the source is DVD Video . 5 B.S.P . ( browsable still picture ) indicator Disc indicators • Lights when browsable still picture on DVD Audio is o available ( see page 22 ) . • Each indicator shows the status of a disc placed on each corresponding disc tray ( DISC1 – DISC5 ) . 6 BONUS indicator – Lights up when a disc is detected . • Lights when a bonus group on DVD Audio is detected – Flashes when the tray is currently selected . ( see page 23 ) . – Goes off when the unit detects there is no disc loaded 7 RESUME indicator on the disc tray . • Lights when the Resume function is activated ( see page 13 ) . ; TRACK indicator 8 DVD LEVEL 1 , 2 , 3 indicators • Lights to indicate the track number when the source is a disc ( except for DVD Video ) . • Lights when the DVD Video is detected . 9 Main display a S.MODE ( sound mode ) indicator D : lights when a source signal is Dolby Digital . p • Lights when the Sound mode is activated . q PCM : lights when a source signal is linear PCM ( only for s SURR . ( surround ) indicator DVD Video and DVD Audio ) . • Lights when 3D Phonic is activated ( see page 18 ) . Disc operation indicators w d FM reception indicators • PROGRAM : lights when Program Play mode is • ST ( stereo ) : lights while an FM stereo station with activated . sufficient signal strength is tuned in . • RANDOM : lights when Random Play is activated . • MONO : lights while receiving an FM stereo station • REPEAT : lights when Repeat Play mode is activated . in monaural . • ALL , 1 , DISC : f DTS : lights when a source signal is DTS Surround . – ALL : lights when All Disc Repeat is activated . – 1 : lights when One Track / Chapter / Step Repeat is activated . – 1 DISC : lights when One Disc Repeat is activated . e Audio level indicator 9
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page10 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM Before Operating the System Audio formats Playable Disc Types INFO The System can play back the following digital audio formats . This unit has been designed to play back the following discs : • LPCM ( Linear PCM ) Disc Type Mark ( Logo ) • DIGITAL ( Dolby Digital ) • DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) DVD Video • MPEG ( MPEG Multichannel ) ( Meridian Lossless Packing ) • MLP DVD Audio When playing a multi - channel encoded DVD , the System properly converts these multi - channel signals into 2 Video CD channels , and emits the downmixed sound from the ( VCD ) DIGITAL VIDEO speakers . To enjoy the powerful sound of these multi - channel Super Video encoded DVDs , connect a proper decoder or an amplifier CD ( SVCD ) with a proper built - in decoder to the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT terminal on the rear . COMPACT Audio CD DIGITAL AUDIO IMPORTANT : Before playing a disc , make sure of CD - R The System can play back CD - R or CD - RW the following . . . recorded in the Audio CD , Video CD , SVCD , CD - RW • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input mode on MP3 , and JPEG formats . the TV to view the pictures or on - screen displays on the DVD - R The System can play back DVD - R or DVD - TV screen . RW recorded in the video format . DVD - RW • For disc playback , you can change the initial setting to your preference . See “ Set up Menu Operations ” on In addition to the above discs , this system can play back page 34 . audio data recorded on CD Text , CD - G ( CD Graphics ) , and CD - Extra . If “ ” appears on the TV screen when you press a • The following discs cannot be played back : button , the disc cannot accept the operation you have DVD - RAM , CD - I ( CD - I Ready ) , CD - ROM , Photo CD , tried to do , or data required for that operation is not SACD , etc . recorded on the disc . Playing back these discs will generate noise and damage the speakers . • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . • In this manual , “ file ” and “ track ” are interchangeably used “ Dolby ” , “ Pro Logic ” , “ MLP Lossless ” , and the double - D for MP3 / JPEG operations . symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories . • “ DTS ” and “ DTS 2.0 + DIGITAL OUT ” are trademarks of Note on Region Code Digital Theater Systems , Inc . DVD players and DVDs have their own Region Code numbers . This unit can play back only DVDs recorded with the NTSC color system whose Region Code numbers include “ 1 . ” EX . : If a DVD with the improper Region Code numbers is loaded , “ REGION ERR ” appears on the display and playback will not start . 10
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page11 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM — Playback Daily Operations Turn on the power . ¥ In this manual , the operation using the remote control The standby lamp on the main unit goes off . is mainly explained ; however , you can use the buttons • Without pressing , the System also turns on by and controls on the main unit if they have the same ( or pressing one of the source select buttons in the next similar ) name and marks . step . Select the source . ø Playback automatically starts if the selected source is ready to start playback . • If you press AUX / USB , start playback source on the Disc number 1 external component or the PC . buttons , 10 keys FM MODE Adjust the volume . π SET [ Operate the target source as explained RETURN 2 later . To turn off ( stand by ) the system 3 MENU TOP MENU The standby lamp on the main unit lights in 3 / 2 / 5 / ∞ red . ENTER 2 • A small amount of power is always 7 8 consumed even while on standby . GROUP SKIP ¡ / 1 ¢ / 4 SHIFT For private listening Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack on the main unit . The sound will no longer come out of the speakers . Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting the headphones . • Disconnecting the headphones will activate the speakers again . 1 DO NOT turn off ( stand by ) 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 . 2 To cancel the demonstration Main Unit ONLY 2 sec . DEMO OFF DEMO START 3 Press and hold until “ DEMO OFF ” appears on the display . 11
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page12 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote ONLY To preset stations INFO Listening to the Radio You can preset 30 FM and 15 AM stations . To select AM tuner interval spacing Main Unit Tune in to a station you want to preset , then enter into 1 ONLY Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz the presetting mode . apart , and other countries use 10 kHz spacing . You can change the AM tuner intervals during the unit is turned off . AM - H10z ( 10 k interval ) ( holding then . . . ) ( holding then . . . ) AM - H9z Select a preset number for the station you store . 2 ( 9 k interval ) To select the band ( FM / AM ) FM AM Store the station . 3 To tune in to a station While FM or AM is selected . . . 1 sec . Increases the frequency . ( holding then . . . ) Decreases the frequency . When a station ( frequency ) with sufficient signal strength is tuned in , the frequency search stops . To tune in to a preset station • When you repeatedly press the button , the frequency changes step by step . 1 Select the band ( FM or AM ) . FM To stop searching manually , press either button . AM Remote ONLY If the received FM station is hard to listen 2 Select a preset number for the station you store . The MONO indicator lights on the display . Examples : Reception will improve To select preset number 5 , though stereo effect is press 5 . lost — monaural To select preset number reception mode . ( holding then . . . ) 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . To select preset number 30 , To restore the stereo effect , press the button again ( the press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . MONO indicator goes off ) . • You can also use ¢ / 4 on the remote control or the PRESET + / – control on the main unit . 12
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page13 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM press 7 To stop completely while Resume is activated , INFO Playing Back a Disc twice . ( To cancel Resume , see “ RESUME ” on page 37 . ) Before operating a disc , be familiar how a disc is recorded . Titles ” • DVD Video comprises of “ which includes On - screen guide icons , ” DVD Audio / MP3 comprise of “ s ” “ Chapters Group • During disc playback , the following icons may appear for , ” and CD / SVCD / VCD comprise which includes “ Tracks a while on the TV screen : of only “ Tracks . ” For JPEG playback , see page 30 . Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi - angle views . To insert discs Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi - audio languages . Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi - subtitle languages . • The following icons will be also shown on the TV screen to indicate your current operation . , , , , , • To deactivate the on - screen guide icons , see “ ON SCREEN GUIDE ” on page 37 . To select a playback disc Remote control : ( holding then . . . ) • When using an 8 cm disc , place it Main unit : on the inner circle of the disc tray . Ex . : To select DISC 1 To close the disc tray , ( 0 ) again . push up the same control • If you push down the same control ( 3 ) , disc tray closes automatically and playback starts . • When you push up the control ( 0 ) for the next tray you Playback of the selected disc starts . want to place another disc onto , the first disc tray automatically closes and then next tray comes out . Remote ONLY To select a title / group To start : To pause : To stop : While playing a disc . . . Skips to the next title / group . To release it , press DISC 3 . Skips to the previous ( holding then . . . ) title / group . This System can store While playing DVD / SVCD / VCD : the stop point , and when you start playback again by pressing DISC 3 , it starts from the position where you have stopped — Resume Play . ( RESUME indicator lights up when you stop playback . ) 13
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page14 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote ONLY To select a chapter / track To play back by using the disc menu While playing . . . You can operate the disc play — DVD and SVCD / VCD with Playback Control ( PBC ) — using the disc menu shown on the TV screen . Increases the chapter / track numbers . • When an SVCD or VCD with PBC is detected , “ PBC ” appears on the display instead of the playing time . Decreases the chapter / track numbers . For DVD Video / DVD Audio : 7 To locate a particular portion Show the disc menu . 1 While playing a disc except MP3 . . . • For DVD Video : or • For DVD Audio : • No sound comes out while searching on DVD / SVCD / VCD . To return to normal playback , press DISC 3 . Remote ONLY 2 Select an item on the disc menu . T an item directly o select You can select a title / chapter / track directly and start playback . • For DVD Video : You can select a title before starting , while you can select playback a chapter after starting playback . • For MP3 : Select a track number in the current folder . • With some discs , you can also select items by entering the Examples : number using the 10 keys . To select number 5 , press 5 . For SVCD / VCD with PBC : 7 To select number 15 , press While playing a disc with PBC , “ PBC ” appears on the + 10 , then 5 . display . To select number 30 , press When disc menu appears on the TV screen , select an item on + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . the menu . Playback of the selected item starts . Examples : To select number 5 , press 5 . To select number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . To select number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . 14
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page15 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM How to install the USB drivers To move to the next or previous page of the current The following procedure is described using the English menu : R version of Windows XP . If your PC is running on a different version of Windows , the screens shown on your Moves to the next page . PC’s monitor will differ from the ones used in the following procedure . Moves to the previous page . R Turn on your PC and start running Windows 98SE , 1 R R R To return to the previous menu : Me , Windows 2000 or Windows XP . Windows • If the PC has been turned on , quit all the applications now running . Turn on the System and select USB for the source . 2 Remote control : Main unit : AUX ( holding then . . . ) USB To cancel PBC 3 Connect the unit to the PC using a USB cable ( not supplied ) . You can also cancel PBC function by pressing the number button to select a track . USB cable To reactivate PBC , press 7 , then press 4 . ( front panel ) Playing Back from the PC This System is equipped with a USB terminal on the front panel . You can connect your PC to this terminal and enjoy sound reproduced through your PC . PC When you connect your PC for the first time , follow the procedure below . • Use “ USB series A plug to B plug ” cable when • Remember you cannot send any signal or data to your PC connecting . from this System . 4 The USB drivers are installed automatically . • If the USB drivers are not installed automatically , IMPORTANT install the USB drivers following the instructions on the • Always set volume to VOL MIN when connecting or disconnecting the other equipment . PC’s monitor . DO NOT turn off the System and disconnect the USB cable while installing drivers and playing back , and for several seconds after your PC recognizes the System . 15
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page16 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM 5 Check if the drivers are correctly installed . Playing Back from Other Audio Equipment 1 Open the Control Panel on your PC : Select [ Start ] = [ Settings ] = [ Control Panel ] IMPORTANT 2 Click [ System ] = [ Hardware ] = [ Device Manager ] • Turn the power off to all components before = [ Sound , video and game controllers ] and connections . [ Universal Serial Bus controllers ] • Always set volume to VOL MIN when connecting or • The following window appears , and you can check disconnecting the other equipment . whether the drivers are installed . By using a stereo mini plug cord ( not supplied ) , you can connect equipment with analog audio output jacks such as an MD player , a TV , etc . Stereo mini plug cord ( not supplied ) Audio equipment output ( front panel ) If the audio output on the other equipment is not stereo use a plug adapter to convert the stereo mini mini plug type , * The installed drivers can be shown only when the System is plug to the corresponding plug of the audio output . connected to the PC . To select other audio equipment for the source To play back sounds on the PC Refer to the manuals supplied with the sound reproduction Remote control : Main unit : application installed in the PC . • Noise and static electricity may stop the sound through the AUX USB connection . In this case , do the following operations : – Disconnect and connect the USB cable again . USB – Restart the music software on your PC . – Turn off and on the System . ® ® ® ® • Microsoft , Windows 98SE , Windows Me , Windows ® 2000 and Windows XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft corporation . 16
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page17 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM — Sound and Other Adjustments Daily Operations INFO Adjusting the Volume Remote Control The volume level can be adjusted in 32 steps ( VOL MIN , VOL 1 – VOL 30 , VOL MAX ) . Main unit : Remote control : DIMMER SLEEP DISPLAY DVD LEVEL CLEAR VOICE RHYTHM AX FADE MUTING SURROUND SUBWOOFER MODE LEVEL SOUND MODE Remote AUDIO VOL ONLY To drop the volume in a moment To restore the volume , press the button 3 / 2 / 5 / ∞ , R ENTE again , or adjust the volume level . BEEP ¢ / 4 VFP PROGRESSIVE SHIFT CLOCK / TIMER INFO Reinforcing the Bass Sound To adjust the subwoofer level gradually You can select the subwoofer level from level 0 ( minimum ) to level 2 ( maximum ) . Remote control : Main unit : Main unit BEEP To emphasize rhythm feeling — RHYTHM AX This function emphasizes bass attack feeling , and also changes the subwoofer level . LSUBWOOFER LEVE + ON VOLUME + / – ( subwoofer level 2 ) SOUND MODE OFF ( subwoofer level 0 ) SURROUND MODE LSUBWOOFER LEVE – RHYTHM AX 17
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page18 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM INFO Making the Center Channel Sound Clear Selecting 3D Phonic Mode Remote ONLY While playing a disc ( except JPEG ) . . . — Clear Voice Main unit : Remote control : When a multi - channel disc with center - channel signal is loaded on the current tray , you can increase the output level for the center channel sound . • This function allows you to easily understand the dialogue of DVD Video even with the low volume level . • You can also use this function for other discs than DVD Video when 3D Phonic ( see the right column ) is activated . 3D ACTION 3D DRAMA VOICE ON 3D THEATER 3D OFF VOICE OFF 3D ACTION Suitable for action movies and sports • This function may not take much effect on some discs . programs . To cancel Clear Voice , select “ VOICE OFF . ” 3D DRAMA Creates natural and warm sound . Enjoy movies in a relaxed mood . 3D THEATER Enjoy sound effects like in a major INFO theater . Selecting the Sound Modes To cancel 3D Phonic , select “ 3D OFF . ” You can select one of the preset Sound Modes . Remote control : Main unit : Presetting Automatic DVD VIDEO Sound Remote ONLY Increase Level The DVD Video sound is sometimes recorded at a lower level than for other discs and sources . You can set the DANCE HALL STADIUM increase level for DVD Video , so you do not have to adjust POP ROCK CLASSIC OFF the volume every time you change the source . ( canceled ) When DVD Video is loaded on the current tray . . . DVD LEVEL1 DVD LEVEL2 DANCE Increases resonance and bass . DVD LEVEL3 HALL Adds depth and brilliance to the sound . STADIUM Adds clarity and spreads the sound , as in • As the number increases , sound level also increases . an outdoor stadium . ROCK Boosts low and high frequency . Good for acoustic music . POP Good for vocal music . CLASSIC Good for classical music . 18
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page19 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote To adjust the picture tone ONLY INFO Changing the Scanning Mode Select “ USER1 ” or “ USER2 . ” 1 This System supports progressive scanning . • Follow steps 1 and 2 explained above . If you connect a progressive TV through the COMPONENT jacks , you can enjoy a high quality picture from the built - in 2 Select a parameter you want to adjust . DVD player by selecting “ PROGRESSIV . ” PROGRESSIV INTERLACE Adjust if the neutral color is bright or GAMMA dark . The brightness of dark and PROGRESSIV Progressive scanning . For a bright portions is maintained progressive TV . ( – 3 to + 3 ) . • PRGR . indicator lights on when Adjust if the picture is bright or dark BRIGHTNESS progressive scanning mode is as a whole ( – 8 to + 8 ) . selected . Adjust if the far and near position is CONTRAST unnatural ( – 7 to + 7 ) . INTERLACE Interlaced scanning . For a conventional TV . Adjust if the picture is whitish or SATURATION blackish ( – 7 to + 7 ) . Adjust if the human skin color is TINT unnatural ( – 7 to + 7 ) . Remote ONLY Adjust if the picture is indistinct INFO Changing the Picture Tone SHARPNESS ( – 8 to + 8 ) . While showing a playback picture on the TV , you can select 3 Adjust the parameter . the preset picture tone , or adjust it and store your own preference . To select a preset picture tone 1 Activate VFP . Repeat steps 2 to 3 to adjust other parameters . 4 NORMAL 5 Finish setting . GAMMA 0 0 BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST 0 NORMAL SATURATION 0 GAMMA 0 0 BRIGHTNESS TINT 0 CONTRAST 0 SATURATION 0 SHARPNESS 0 TINT 0 SHARPNESS 0 On the TV screen Select a preset picture tone . 2 NORMAL Normally select this . CINEMA Suitable for a movie source . USER1 / USER2 You can adjust parameters and can store the settings ( see the next column ) . 19
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page20 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM 2 Adjust the hour . Turning On or Off the Key - Touch Tone Remote control : Main unit : 3 sec . ( holding then . . . ) Adjust the minute . 3 ( holding then . . . ) BEEP OFF BEEP ON ( holding then . . . ) Now the built - in clock starts working . • When the key - touch tone is activated , the BEEP ON indicator lights up . To check the current time during play Remote 2 sec . ONLY Changing the Display Brightness You can dim the display window . DIMMER 1 DIMMER 2 ( holding then . . . ) DIMMER OFF ( canceled ) To display the source information , repeat the procedure . • Selecting “ DIMMER 2 ” dims the display indication more than “ DIMMER 1 . ” Remote ONLY Turning Off the Power INFO Automatically Remote ONLY INFO Setting the Clock With Sleep Timer , you can fall asleep listening to music . • You can set Sleep Timer only while the System is turned Without setting the build - in clock , you cannot use Daily on . Timer ( see page 32 ) . • To exit from the clock setting , press CLOCK / TIMER as 1 Specify the time ( in minutes ) . required . • To go back to the previous step , press CANCEL ( while holding SHIFT ) . • If you have already adjusted the clock before , press the CLOCK / TIMER repeatedly in step 1 , until the clock setting mode is selected . SLEEP 10 SLEEP 20 SLEEP 30 SLEEP 60 OFF SLEEP 120 SLEEP 90 1 Activate clock setting mode . ( canceled ) Wait until the set time goes off . 2 To check the time remaining until the shut - off time • If you press the button repeatedly , you can change the shut - off time . ( holding then . . . ) 20
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page21 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Unique DVD / VCD Operations Remote ONLY INFO Selecting the Sound Track Remote Control For DVD Video : While playing back a chapter containing multiple audio tracks , you can select the one to listen to . While playing back a track containing For DVD Audio : audio channels , you can select the audio channel to listen to . 10 keys For SVCD / VCD : When playing back a track , you can select the audio channel to play . PAGE • You can also select the audio track using the on - screen bar ( see page 28 ) . While playing a DVD Video . . . 3 / 2 / 5 / ∞ DISC 3 Ex . : 8 7 ( SLOW 9 3 / 3 1 / 3 2 / 3 AUDIO ZOOM ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE ANGLE SHIFT SUBTITLE 1 / 3 2 / 3 3 / 3 ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE While playing an SVCD or VCD . . . SVCD ST1 ST2 L1 R2 L2 R1 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 ) . 21
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page22 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote Remote ONLY ONLY Selecting the Subtitle Language Selecting a View Angle For DVD Video : While playing back a chapter ( of DVD While playing back a chapter ( of DVD Video ) containing Video ) containing subtitles in different languages , you can multi - view angles , you can view the same scene from select the subtitle language to display on the TV screen . different angles . While playing , you can select the subtitles even • You can also select the view angle using the on - screen bar For SVCD : if no subtitles are recorded on the disc . ( see page 28 ) . • You can also select the subtitle language using the on - screen bar ( see page 28 ) . While playing back or paused . . . While playing a DVD Video . . . Display the subtitle selection window . 1 Ex . : 3 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 3 3 2 1 2 Select the subtitle language . 3 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 3 3 1 2 Ex . : 1 / 3 2 / 3 3 / 3 Remote ONLY Selecting Browsable Still Pictures SJAPANESEE ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANE While playing back a track ( of DVD Audio ) linked to browsable still pictures ( B.S.P . ) , you can select the still 2 / 3 1 / 3 3 / 3 ENGLISH FRENCH JAPANESE picture ( turn the page ) to be shown on the TV screen . • When a DVD Audio with browsable still pictures ( B.S.P . ) is detected , the B.S.P indicator lights up . • If a track is linked to browsable still pictures ( B.S.P . ) , they are usually shown in turn automatically during playback . • You can also select the page using the on - screen bar ( see While playing an SVCD . . . page 28 ) . Each time you press the button , the still picture changes one after another ( if available ) . ( holding then . . . ) 22
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page23 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote Slow - motion playback ONLY INFO Playing Back a Bonus Group While playing . . . 1 Some DVD Audios have a special group called “ bonus group ” whose contents are not open to the public . Still picture playback starts . • When the bonus group is detected , the BONUS indicator lights up . • To play back a bonus group , you have to enter the specific “ key number ” ( a kind of password ) for the bonus group . Select slow motion speed . 2 The way of getting the key number depends on the disc . Forward slow motion starts . 1 Select the bonus group . • The bonus group is usually recorded as the last group ( for example , if a disc contains 4 groups including a Reverse slow motion * starts . bonus group , “ group 4 ” is the bonus group ) . • For how to select the group , see “ To select a title / group ” on page 13 . Enter the key number . 2 1 / 32 1 / 16 1 / 8 1 / 4 1 / 2 1 / 32 1 / 16 1 / 8 1 / 4 1 / 2 * Only for DVD Video . press DISC 3 . To resume normal playback , 3 Follow the interactive instruction shown on the TV screen . Remote ONLY Zoom To cancel the key number entry , press 7 or change to another source . 1 While playing . . . ZOOM 1 ZOOM 2 ZOOM 3 ZOOM 4 INFO Special Picture Playback ZOOM OFF ZOOM 6 ZOOM 5 Still picture playback To start still picture To resume normal • As the number increases , magnification also increases . playback : playback : Move the zoomed - in position . 2 While playing . . . Frame - by - frame playback To resume normal playback , press ZOOM repeatedly until 1 While playing . . . “ ZOOM OFF ” appears on the TV screen . Still picture playback starts . 2 Advance the still picture frame by frame . press DISC 3 . To resume normal playback , 23
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page24 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Advanced Disc Operations Remote ONLY Programming the Playing Order Remote Control INFO — Program Play You can arrange the playing order of the tracks ( up to 99 ) before you start playback . 10 keys 1 Before starting playback , activate Program Play . PROGRAM RANDOM REPEAT CANCEL Canceled PLAY MODE PROGRAM indicator 5 / ∞ , On the display ENTER DISC 3 8 7 PROGRAM No Disc Group / Title Track / Chapter ¢ / 4 1 2 3 4 5 SHIFT 6 7 8 9 10 USE NUMERIC KEYS TO PROGRAM TRACKS . USE CANCEL TO DELETE THE PROGRAM . On the TV screen Select chapters or tracks you want for Program Play . 2 Main unit • For DVD / MP3 : 1 Select a disc number 2 Select a title or group number . Select a chapter or track number . 3 • For SVCD / VCD / CD : 1 Select a disc number Select a track number . 2 • If the disc is not in the current tray , press ENTER to skip the group number entry before selecting a 7 track . 0 To enter the numbers : Examples : To enter number 5 , press 5 . To enter number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . To enter number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . Repeat the steps 2 until you finish what you want to 3 program . 4 Start playback . Playback starts in the order you have programmed . 24
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page25 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote To pause : To stop : To skip a track : ONLY Playing at Random INFO ay — Random Pl You can play the contents of all tracks at random . 1 Before playback . . . To release , press DISC 3 . PROGRAM RANDOM Canceled Remote ONLY To check the programmed contents RANDOM indicator Before or after playback . . . in the reverse order 2 Start playback . in the programmed order Playback starts in a random order . Random Play ends when all chapters / tracks are played . Remote ONLY To modify the program Before or after playback . . . To erase the last step : To erase the entire To skip : To pause : To stop : program : To release , press To go to the DISC 3 . beginning of the ( holding then . . . ) current track , press To add steps in the program : 4 . Repeat step 2 on page 24 . To exit from Random Play Before or after playback . . . To exit from Program Play PROGRAM RANDOM Before or after playback . . . Canceled PROGRAM RANDOM Canceled 25
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page26 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote Indication ONLY Playing Repeatedly — Repeat Play Meanings Display TV screen You can repeat playback . window • You can also select the repeat mode using the on - screen bar Repeats the current REPEAT 1 CHAP , ( see page 28 ) . chapter / track . TRACK , REPEAT TRACK , • For DVD Video : ( REPEAT ) While playing . . . STEP CHAP TITLE Repeats the current REPEAT TITLE , title / group . GROUP , OFF ALL REPEAT GROUP On the TV screen REPEAT ALL , Repeats all discs or all Before starting playback . . . ALL * REPEAT ALL programmed tracks . ALL Repeats the current REPEAT 1 DISC , disc . DISC * REPEAT DISC OFF No OFF Selects to cancel On the TV screen indication Repeat Play mode . • For DVD Audio : * For DVD Video and DVD Audio , REPEAT ALL and While playing or before playback . . . REPEAT 1 DISC may not be available depending on the TRACK GROUP disc . OFF ALL On the TV screen Prohibiting Disc Ejection Main Unit ONLY • For MP3 : — Child Lock While playing or before playback . . . You can lock the disc trays so that no one can eject the REPEAT TRACK REPEAT GROUP loaded disc . Canceled REPEAT ALL REPEAT DISC • This operation is possible only when the source is the disc On the TV screen player . • For CD / SVCD / VCD : While the disc trays are closed . . . While playing ( without PBC for SVCD / VCD ) or before playback . . . Push up and hold 0 for any disc tray while holding 7 . 1 TRACK DISC OFF ALL On the TV screen • For Program Play mode : ( holding then . . . ) While playing or before playback . . . Release 7 , then 0 . 2 STEP ALL OFF On the TV screen • If you try to eject discs while Tray Lock is in use , • For Random Play mode : “ LOCKED ” appears to inform you that the disc trays are While playing or before playback . . . locked . STEP DISC repeat the same procedure . To cancel the prohibition , OFF ALL On the TV screen “ UNLOCKED ” appears on the display . 26
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page27 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM On - Screen Disc Operations About the On - screen Bar Remote control You can check the information on disc ( except for MP3 / JPEG disc ) and use some functions through the on - screen 10 keys bar . On - screen bar Ex . : While playing a DVD Video REPEAT 1 2 3 TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 TITLE 2 DISC 1 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 4 3 / 2 / 5 / ∞ , R ENTE ON SCREEN 1 Disc type 2 Playback information 7 8 Indication Meanings ¡ DISC 3 Mbps Current transfer rate ZOOM ( Megabits per second ) Current disc DISC 1 Current title TITLE 2 Current chapter CHAP 3 Current group GROUP 1 Current track TRACK 14 On - screen bars Time indications DVD Video TOTAL 1 : 25 : 58 1 2 3 3 Playback conditions Indication Meanings TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO Playback TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 / Forward / Reverse search 4 / Forward / Reverse slow - motion DVD Audio Pause 1 2 3 Stop TIME 0 : 15 : 58 TRACK 23 DISC 2 GROUP 14 DVD - AUDIO 4 Operation icons ( on the pull - down menu ) PAGE OFF TRACK 1 / 3 1 / 3 TIME Indication Meanings 4 TIME Select to change the time indication ( see SVCD also page 28 ) . 1 2 3 Select to repeat playback ( see also TIME 0 : 04 : 58 TRACK 3 DISC 3 SVCD 28 and 29 ) . pages 26 , TIME OFF ST1 - / 4 Select for time search ( see also page 29 ) . 4 CHAP . Select for chapter search ( see also VCD page 30 ) . 1 2 3 TRACK Select for track search ( see also TIME 0 : 04 : 58 DISC 4 TRACK 3 VCD page 30 ) . TIME OFF ST Select to change the audio language or 1 / 3 channel ( see also page 21 ) . 4 CD Select to change subtitle language ( see 1 / 3 also page 22 ) . 1 2 3 Select to change the view angle ( see also 1 / 3 TIME 04 : 58 TRACK 3 DISC 5 CD page 22 ) . TIME OFF Select to change the page ( see also PAGE 1 / 15 page 22 ) . 4 27
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page28 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote Changing the time information ONLY Operations Using the You can change the time information in the on - screen bar and the display window on the main unit . INFO On - screen Bar 1 Display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . Basic operation procedure through the on - screen bar is as TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 follows : CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 Ex . : Selecting a subtitle ( French ) for DVD Video While a disc is selected as the source . . . TIME 2 Make sure is selected ( highlighted ) . 3 Change the time indication . 1 Display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 TITLE 2 DISC 1 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 TITLE 2 DISC 1 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 TOTAL • For DVD Video / DVD Audio : Elapsed playing time of the title / Canceled group . For CD / SVCD / VCD : Elapsed time • of disc . Select ( highlight ) the item you want . 2 T.REM • For DVD Video / DVD Audio : Remaining time of the title / group . • For CD / SVCD / VCD : Remaining time of disc . TIME Elapsed playing time of the current chapter / track . TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO REM Remaining time of the current chapter / TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 track . 3 Display the pop - up window . To erase the on - screen bar TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 1 TITLE 2 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 ENGLISH 4 Select the desired option in the pop - up window . Repeat Play • See also page 26 . TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 1 TITLE 2 1 While playing a disc ( without PBC for SVCD / VCD ) , 1 / 3 2 / 3 1 / 1 display the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . FRENCH 2 Select . 3 Display the pop - up window . TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO 5 Finish the setting . TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 Pop - up window goes off . OFF To erase the on - screen bar 28
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page29 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM 6 Select the end point ( B ) . 4 Select the repeat mode you want . ALL Repeats all discs . A - B Repeat starts . The selected portion plays repeatedly . A - B Repeats a desired portion ( see below ) • Before pressing ENTER , you can TITLE Repeats the current title . search for the end point using ¡ . GROUP Repeats the current group . DISC Repeats the disc . CHAPTER Repeats the current chapter . Time Search TRACK * Repeats the current track . You can move to a particular point by specifying the elapsed OFF Cancels Repeat Play . playing time from the beginning . * During Program Play or Random Play , “ STEP ” 1 While playing ( without PBC for SVCD / VCD ) , display appears . the on - screen bar with the pull - down menu . • Repeat modes depend on the current playback disc . • Except for DVD : Time Search can be used before Refer to page 26 . starting playback . 5 Finish the setting . 2 Select . Pop - up window goes off . 3 Display the pop - up window . TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 DISC T1ITLE 2 8.5 Mbps 14 DVD - VIDEO ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / TIME _ : _ _ : _ _ 4 . To cancel Repeat Play , select “ OFF ” in step 4 Enter the time . You can specify the time in hours / minutes / seconds . To erase the on - screen bar Examples : To move to a point of 1 ( hours ) : 02 ( minutes ) : 00 ( seconds ) , press 1 , 0 , 2 , 0 , then 0 . To move to a point of 54 A - B Repeat ( minutes ) : 00 ( seconds ) , 1 While playing , display the on - screen bar with the pull - press 0 , 5 , 4 , 0 , then 0 . down menu . • It is always required to enter the hour digit ( even “ 0 ” 2 Select . hour ) , but it is not required to enter trailing zeros ( the 3 Display the pop - up windows . last two digits in the examples above ) . press cursor 2 to erase the last • To correct a misentry , TOTAL 1 : 01 : 58 CHAP 3 DISC 1 TITLE 2 8.5 Mbps DVD - VIDEO entry . TIME OFF CHAP . 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 1 5 Finish the setting . OFF The System starts playing from 4 Select “ A - B . ” the specified time . TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP DISC T1ITLE TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 2 8.5 Mbps 14 DVD - VIDEO ETIME FOFF 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / A – B To erase the on - screen bar 5 Select the start point ( A ) . HC TITLE 2C DISC T1ITLE 8.5 Mbps 14 DVD - VIDEO ETIME OFF 31 / 3 TIM A - CHAP . 1 / 29
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page30 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Remote Chapter / Track Search ONLY t CONTROL Operations on he You can search for the chapter ( DVD Video ) or track ( DVD Audio ) number to play . Screen INFO 1 While playing , display the on - screen bar with the pull - The CONTROL screen automatically appears on the TV down menu . screen when you load an MP3 or JPEG disc onto the current tray . CHAP . TRACK 2 Select or . You can search for and play the desired tracks through the 3 Display the pop - up window . CONTROL screen . TOTAL 81 : 01 : 58 CHAP 33 TITLE 2CHAP TOTAL 1 : 25 : 5 DISC T1ITLE 2 8.5 Mbps 14 DVD - VIDEO • If both types of files ( MP3 files and JPEG files ) are ETIME 1 / 3 11 / 3 31 / 3 TIM OFF CHAP . 1 / 1 / 3 1 / recorded on a disc , select the file type to play ( see page 36 ) . CHAPTER _ CONTROL screen 4 Enter the desired chapter / track number . Ex . : When the MP3 disc is loaded . Examples : 6 To select chapter / track 5 , 7 press 5 . REPEAT TRACK Time : 00 : 00 : 14 8 To select chapter / track 15 , 1 Group : 2 / 3 Track : 5 / 14 ( Total 41 ) 9 press 1 , then 5 . Blue Cloudy.mp3 To select chapter / track 30 , Red Fair.mp3 2 Green Fog.mp3 press 3 , then 0 . Hail.mp3 3 Indian summer.mp3 press the 10 keys until the • To correct a misentry , 4 Track Information Rain.mp3 0 - Shower.mp3 Title desired number shown in the pop - up window . Snow.mp3 Rain 5 Finish the setting . Thunder.mp3 Artist 5 Typhoon.mp3 Wind.mp3 The System starts playing the Album Winter sky.mp3 searched chapter or track . 1 Current group number / total group number 2 Current group Group list 3 4 Current track To erase the on - screen bar Track information ( ID3 Tag Version 1.0 : only for 5 MP3 ) 6 Repeat Play setting 7 Elapsed playing time of the current track ( only for MP3 ) 8 Operation mode icon 9 Current track number / total number of tracks in the current group ( total number of tracks on the loaded disc ) 0 Highlight bar - Track list 30
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page31 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM To move the highlight bar between group list and track To repeat slide - show for JPEG list Before starting playback . . . On the TV screen Moves the bar to the track list . GROUP DISC OFF ALL Moves the bar to the group list . Indication To select a group / track in the list Meanings Display Move the highlight bar to a TV screen window desired item . REPEAT GROUP Repeats the current group . • If you move the highlight bar while playing back an MP3 REPEAT 1 DISC Repeats the current disc . disc , the selected track starts DISC playback automatically . REPEAT ALL Repeats all discs or all ALL programmed tracks . No OFF Selects to cancel Repeat To start playback indication Play mode . For MP3 : • For Repeat Play of MP3 , see page 26 . Playback starts with the selected To zoom in the still picture track . • Pressing DISC 3 also starts 1 During playback is paused . . . playback . ZOOM 1 ZOOM 2 For JPEG : ZOOM OFF The selected track ( still picture ) is displayed until you change it . • As the number increases , magnification also increases . 2 Move the zoomed - in position . Slide - show playback starts . Each track ( still picture ) is shown on the screen for a few seconds , then changes one after another . To resume normal playback , press ZOOM repeatedly until • Once you start playing back a JPEG track , the CONTROL “ ZOOM OFF ” appears on the TV screen . screen goes off . • To cancel slide - show , and display the current still picture , press 8 . To stop playback 31
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page32 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Timer Operations Remote ONLY INFO Setting the Timer Remote control Using Daily Timer , you can wake up with your favorite song . • To correct a misentry during the process , press CANCEL AUDIO ( while holding SHIFT ) . You can return to the previous step . 1 Select the timer setting mode for Daily Timer — SET CANCEL “ TIMER ON . ” DAILY TIMER ( ON ) Canceled Clock setting ¢ / 4 SHIFT CLOCK / TIMER 2 Set the hour then minute for on - time . ( holding then . . . ) 3 Enter the off - time setting mode . ( holding then . . . ) 4 Set the hour then minute for off - time . ( holding then . . . ) 32
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page33 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM 5 Select the playback source — “ TUNER FM , ” “ TUNER To turn off Daily Timer AM , ” “ CD , ” “ AUX , ” or “ USB . ” Since Daily Timer is activated at the same time everyday , you may need to cancel it on some particular days . DAILY TIMER ( ON ) Canceled Clock setting ( holding then . . . ) Ex . : When “ TUNER FM ” is selected . • When you select “ TUNER FM ” or “ TUNER AM , ” repeat the procedure to select a preset station . Select the volume level . 6 ( holding then . . . ) ( holding then . . . ) • The timer ( ) indicator goes off . 7 Turn off the System ( on standby ) if you have set the timer with the System turned on . To turn on the timer again . . . DAILY TIMER ( ON ) Canceled Clock setting How Daily Timer actually works Once the Daily Timer has been set , the timer ( ) indicator 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 ) . 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 level to the preset level . ( holding then . . . ) When the off - time comes The System stops playback , and turns off ( stands by ) . • The timer setting remains in memory until you change it . 33
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page34 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Set up Menu Operations Remote ONLY Operating Procedure Remote control You can use the Set up Menus only when a disc is selected as the source and its playback is not yet started . Ex . : Selecting “ STILL PICTURE ” for “ FILE TYPE ” : 1 Show the set up menu . LANGUAGE MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH ENGLISH AUDIO LANGUAGE OFF SUBTITLE ENGLISH ON SCREEN LANGUAGE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] SET U . TO EXIT , PRESS ENTER Select one of the set up menus . 2 3 / 2 / 5 / ∞ , R ENTE PICTURE MONITOR TYPE 4 : 3 LB SET UP AUTO PICTURE SOURCE ON SCREEN SAVER AUDIO FILE TYPE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] TO EXIT , PRESS SET U . ENTER 3 Select the item you want to adjust . PICTURE MONITOR TYPE 4 : 3 LB AUTO PICTURE SOURCE ON SCREEN SAVER AUDIO FILE TYPE Set up Menu Icons SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] TO EXIT , PRESS SET U . ENTER The icon for the selected Set up Menu will be highlighted . 4 Display the pop - up window . PICTURE Ex . : LANGUAGE Set up Menu is selected . MONITOR TYPE 4 : 3 LB AUTO PICTURE SOURCE ON SCREEN SAVER AUDIO FILE TYPE AUDIO 1 2 3 4 STILL PICTURE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] TO EXIT , PRESS SET U . ENTER Select the desired option in the pop - up window . 5 PICTURE MONITOR TYPE 4 : 3 LB AUTO PICTURE SOURCE ON SCREEN SAVER LANGUAGE AUDIO FILE TYPE AUDIO STILL PICTURE MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH ENGLISH AUDIO LANGUAGE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] TO EXIT , PRESS SET U . OFF SUBTITLE ENTER ENGLISH ON SCREEN LANGUAGE 6 Finish the setting . SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM TO EXIT , PRESS [ SET UP ] . ENTER 1 LANGUAGE Set up Menu 2 PICTURE Set up Menu 3 AUDIO Set up Menu 4 OTHERS Set up Menu 34
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page35 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM 7 Repeat steps 3 to 4 to set other items on the same Set 7 PICTURE Set up Menu INFO up Menu . You can select the desired options concerning a picture or Repeat steps 2 to 4 to set other items on another Set up monitor screen . Menu . PICTURE To finish the Set up Menu MONITOR TYPE 4 : 3 LB AUTO PICTURE SOURCE ON SCREEN SAVER AUDIO FILE TYPE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM [ P ] SET U . TO EXIT , PRESS ENTER 7 LANGUAGE Set up Menu INFO MONITOR TYPE You can select the initial languages for disc playback . You can also select the language shown on the TV screen while You can select the monitor type of your TV when you play operating this System . DVD Video recorded with aspect ratio of 16 : 9 . Select one of the following settings : LANGUAGE MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH 16 : 9 ( Wide television conversion ) : ENGLISH AUDIO LANGUAGE OFF SUBTITLE Select when the aspect ratio of your TV is 16 : 9 ( wide ENGLISH ON SCREEN LANGUAGE TV ) and when the TV has the screen size adjustment function . SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM 4 : 3 LB ( Letter Box ) : [ P ] TO EXIT , PRESS SET U . ENTER Select when the aspect ratio of your TV is 4 : 3 ( conventional TV ) . While viewing a wide screen picture , the black bars appear on the top and the bottom MENU LANGUAGE of the screen . Some discs have multiple menu languages . 4 : 3 PS ( Pan Scan ) : Select from — ENGLISH , SPANISH , FRENCH , CHINESE , Select when the aspect ratio of your TV is 4 : 3 GERMAN , ITALIAN , JAPANESE , AA – ZU ( see ( conventional TV ) . While viewing a wide screen “ Language Code List ” on page 43 ) . picture , the black bars do not appear ; however , the left and right edges of the pictures will not be shown on the AUDIO LANGUAGE screen . Some discs have multiple audio languages . Select from — ENGLISH , SPANISH , FRENCH , CHINESE , GERMAN , ITALIAN , JAPANESE , AA – ZU ( see “ Language Code List ” on page 43 ) . SUBTITLE Ex . : 16 : 9 Ex . : 4 : 3 LB Ex . : 4 : 3 PS Some discs have multiple subtitle languages . Select from — ENGLISH , SPANISH , FRENCH , CHINESE , GERMAN , ITALIAN , JAPANESE , AA – ZU ( see “ Language Code List ” on page 43 ) or “ OFF ( no subtitle ) . ” ON SCREEN LANGUAGE Select one of the languages shown on the TV from — ENGLISH , SPANISH , and FRENCH . 35
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page36 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM PICTURE SOURCE 7 AUDIO Set up Menu INFO You can obtain optimal picture quality by selecting an You can adjust the sound settings of the System . appropriate option — picture source type ( either video source or film source ) . AUDIO Select one of the following : DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT STREAM / PCM STEREO DOWN MIX AUTO : Normally select this . AUTO D . RANGE COMPRESSION When playing back a disc containing both video and film sources , the System automatically changes the processing to match it to the picture SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM TO EXIT , PRESS [ SET UP ] . ENTER type ( film or video source ) of the current chapter . FILM : To play a film source disc . VIDEO : To play a video source disc . DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT When using the digital output terminal on the rear , set this correctly according to the connected component . SCREEN SAVER Select one of the following : You can activate or deactivate screen saver while operating the built - in disc player . PCM ONLY : To connect to a linear PCM digital equipment such as an MD recorder . Select one of the following : DOLBYDIGITAL To connect to a Dolby Digital decoder ON : The picture on the TV becomes dark when no / PCM : or an amplifier with a built - in Dolby operation is done for about 5 minutes . Digital decoder . OFF : To cancel the screen saver . STREAM / PCM : To connect to a DTS decoder or an amplifier with a built - in DTS decoder . FILE TYPE • See also “ OPTICAL DIGITAL OUTPUT Signals ” on If both audio tracks ( MP3 files ) and still picture ( JPEG files ) page 42 . are recorded on a disc , you can select which to play . Select one of the following : DOWN MIX AUDIO : To play MP3 files . When playing a multi - channel DVD , the System converts the signals into 2 channels . To play JPEG files . STILL PICTURE : Down mix setting is effective for the speaker output ( and digital audio output if “ DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT ” is set to “ PCM ONLY ” ) from this System . Select one of the following : STEREO : To connect a conventional stereo amplifier , receiver , MD player , TV , etc . DOLBY To connect an amplifier with the Dolby SURROUND : Pro Logic decoder . 36
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page37 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM D . RANGE COMPRESSION You can compress the dynamic range ( the difference between the loudest sound and the softest sound ) to enjoy a powerful sound even at a low volume level when listening to Dolby Digital software . This is useful at night . • The effectiveness varies depends on a software . Select one of the following : AUTO : To enjoy powerful sounds with full dynamic range . ON : Best for watching a movie at a low volume level . 7 OTHERS Set up Menu INFO You can change some other convenient functions . OTHERS RESUME ON ON ON SCREEN GUIDE SELECT USE TO SELECT . USE ENTER TO CONFIRM TO EXIT , PRESS [ SET UP ] . ENTER RESUME You can activate or deactivate Resume for disc playback ( see page 13 ) . Select one of the following : ON : To activate Resume . To cancel Resume . OFF : ON SCREEN GUIDE You can activate or deactivate the on - screen guide icons ( see page 13 ) . • When recording the picture on a VCR , select “ OFF ” to avoid recording the guide icons on your video tape . Select one of the following : ON : To activate the on - screen guide icons . To cancel the on - screen guide icons . OFF : 37
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page38 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Operating the TV Remote ONLY Operating TV Remote control You can operate the JVC’s TV using this remote control . To turn on or off the TV : TV To select the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) : TV VOL + / – TV VIDEO TV CH + / – ( holding then . . . ) To adjust TV volume : SHIFT ( holding then . . . ) To select the TV channel : ( holding then . . . ) 38
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page39 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Additional Information Daily Operations — Sound and Other Learning More about This System Adjustments ( see pages 17 to 20 ) Before Operating the System ( see page 10 ) Adjusting the Volume : Playable Disc Types : • Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or • About audio format putting the headphones . – Uncompressed digital audio , the same Linear PCM : • When you turn off the System with the volume level set to format used for CDs and most studio masters . “ VOL 16 ” or higher , the volume level is reset to “ VOL 15 ” next time you turn on the System . – Dolby Digital : Compressed digital audio , developed by Dolby Laboratories , which enables multi - channel Reinforcing the Bass Sound : encode to create the realistic surround sound . • RHYTHM AX function also affects the sound through the Compressed digital – DTS ( Digital Theater Systems ) : headphones . audio , developed by Digital Theater Systems , Inc . , which • You can adjust the subwoofer level while RHYTHM AX is enables multi - channel like Dolby Digital . As the on . compression ratio is lower than for Dolby Digital , it • The subwoofer lamp ( s ) indicates the current subwoofer provides wider dynamic range and better separation . level — 1 or 2 . ( when you set the level to “ 0 , ” the lamp ( s ) turns off . ) ( see pages 11 to 16 ) Daily Operations — Playback Selecting the Sound Modes : Listening to the Radio : • The SOUND MODE lamp lights when one of the Sound • If you store a new station into an occupied preset number , Modes is activated . the previously stored station in that number will be erased . Selecting 3D Phonic Mode : • When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure • The SURROUND MODE lamp lights when 3D Phonic is occurs , the preset stations will be erased in a few days . If activated . this happens , preset the stations again . • 3D Phonic function also affects the sound through the Playing Back a Disc : headphones . • The Non - DVD side of a “ DualDisc ” does not comply with the • 3D Phonic setting is also applied to the optical digital “ Compact Disc Digital Audio ” standard . Therefore , the use of output signals through the DIGITAL OUTPUT Non - DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may not be ( OPTICAL ) terminal . recommended . Changing the Scanning Mode : • On some DVD , SVCD , or VCD discs , the actual operations • To enjoy the progressive video picture , connect a TV with may be different from what is explained in this manual , due the progressive video input using component video cord . to the programming and disc structure ; such differences are • Do not change the progressive scanning mode in the not a malfunction of this System . following cases : • Some DVD Audios prohibit down mix . When you play – When your TV does not support the progressive video back such a disc , “ LR ONLY ” appears on the display and input . the System plays back the left front and right front signals . – When you have not connected your TV to the unit using • For MP3 / JPEG playback . . . a component video cord . – MP3 / JPEG discs are required a longer readout time than Changing the Picture Tone : regular CDs . ( It depends on the complexity of the group / • If no operation is done for about 10 seconds , the VFP file configuration . ) setting screen disappears . – Some MP3 / JPEG files cannot be played back and will be Setting the Clock : skipped . This results from their recording processes and • “ – – : – – ” will flash on the display until you set the clock . conditions . • The clock may gain or lose 1 to 2 minutes per month . If this – When making MP3 discs , use ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level happens , reset the clock . 2 for the disc format . Turning Off the Power Automatically : – This system can play back MP3 / JPEG files with the • If you turn off the System , Sleep Timer is canceled . extension code < . mp3 > or < . jpg > ( regardless of the letter case — upper / lower ) . – It is recommended that you make each MP3 file at a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz and at bit rate of 128 kbps . This System cannot play back files made at bit rate of less than 64 kbps . 39
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page40 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Operations on the CONTROL Screen : Unique DVD / VCD Operations ( see pages 21 to 23 ) • For JPEG files playback . . . Selecting the Sound Track : – It is recommended that you record a file at 640 x 480 On some DVD videos , you cannot change audio languages resolution . ( If a file has been recorded at a resolution of while playing back . more than 640 x 480 , it will take a long time to be Playing Back a Bonus Group : shown . ) • You cannot select a track in the bonus group for Program – This System can play only baseline JPEG files * . Play . Progressive JPEG files * or lossless JPEG files * cannot Special Picture Playback : be played . • During slow - motion playback , no sound will be * Baseline JPEG format : Used for digital cameras , reproduced . web , etc . • While zoomed in , the picture may look coarse . Progressive JPEG format : Used for web . Lossless JPEG format : An old type and rarely used Advanced Disc Operations ( see pages 24 to 26 ) now . Programming the Playing Order — Program Play : • This unit may not play back JPEG files properly which are • While programming steps . . . recorded by the devices other than digital still camera . – If you try to program a disc number on which the System • During Slide - show playback , zoom cannot be operated . has detected no disc is loaded , “ ” appears on the TV screen . ( see pages 32 and 33 ) Timer Operations – Your entry will be ignored if you have tried to program an Setting the Timer : item number that does not exist on the disc ( for example , • When you select “ CD ” for the playback source , playback selecting track 14 on a disc that only has 12 tracks ) . Such starts from the beginning of the current disc when timer is entries are ignored . activated . – When you enter the group number for SVCD / VCD / CD • When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure which is not in the current tray , the System will ignore these occurs , the timer will be canceled . You need to set the entries during playback . clock first , then the timer again . • You cannot use Program Play and Random Play for JPEG • If you set DVD Video as the source , Daily Timer may not discs . work correctly . • If you try to add a 100th track , “ FULL ” appears on the display . • The program contents will be erased when . . . Set up Menu Operations ( see pages 34 to 37 ) – You unplug the AC power cord . LANGUAGE Set up Menu : – You open the disc tray currently selected ( regardless of the • When the language you have selected for MENU play mode ) . LANGUAGE , AUDIO LANGUAGE , or SUBTITLE is Playing at Random — Random Play : not recorded on a disc , the original language is used as the • Random Play cannot be used on some DVD discs . initial language . PICTURE Set up Menu — MONITOR TYPE : On - Screen Disc Operations ( see pages 27 to 31 ) • Even if “ 4 : 3 PS ” is selected , the screen size may become Operations Using the On - screen Bar : 4 : 3 letter box with some DVD Videos . This depends on • A - B Repeat : how the discs are recorded . – A - B Repeat cannot be used on some DVDs . • When you select “ 16 : 9 ” for a picture whose aspect ratio is – For DVD Video , A - B Repeat is possible only within the 4 : 3 , the picture slightly changes due to the process for same title . converting the picture width . – For DVD Audio / SVCD / VCD / CD , A - B Repeat is AUDIO Set up Menu — DOWN MIX : possible only within the same track . • This setting is not effective when DTS multi - channel software is played back . OTHERS Set up Menu — ON SCREEN GUIDE : • The set up menu and on - screen bar will be displayed ( and recorded ) even though this function is set to “ OFF . ” Subtitles and the information for zooming in always appear on the display regardless of this setting . 40
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page41 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Maintenance Troubleshooting To get the best performance of the System , keep your discs If you are having a problem with your System , check this list clean . for a possible solution before calling for service . Handling discs General : • Remove the disc from its case by holding it at the edge Adjustments or settings are suddenly canceled before while pressing the center hole lightly . you finish . • Do not touch the shiny surface of the disc , or bend the disc . ] There is a time limit . Repeat procedure again . • Put the disc back in its case after use to prevent warping . Operations are disabled . • Be careful not to scratch the surface of the disc when ] The built - in microprocessor may malfunction due to placing it back in its case . external electrical interference . Unplug the AC power • Avoid exposure to direct sunlight , temperature extremes , cord and then plug it back in . and moisture . Unable to operate the System from the remote control . To clean the disc : ] The path between the remote control and the remote Wipe the disc with a soft cloth in a straight line from center sensor on the System is blocked . to edge . ] The batteries are exhausted . No sound is heard . Cleaning the System ] Speaker connections are incorrect or loose . • Stains should be wiped off with a soft cloth . If the System ] Headphones are connected . is heavily stained , wipe it with a cloth soaked in water - No picture appears on the screen . diluted neutral detergent and wrung well , then wipe clean ] The video cord connections are incorrect or loose . with a dry cloth . • Since the System may deteriorate in quality , become No picture is displayed on the TV screen , the picture is damaged or get its paint peeled off , be careful about the blurred , or the picture is divided into two parts . following : ] The System is connected to a TV which does not support – DO NOT wipe it with a hard cloth . progressive video input . – DO NOT wipe it strong . The left and right edges of the picture are missing on the – DO NOT wipe it with thinner or benzine . screen . – DO NOT apply any volatile substance such as ] Select “ 4 : 3 LB ” for “ MONITOR TYPE ” ( see page 35 ) . insecticides to it . Radio Operations : – DO NOT allow any rubber or plastic to remain in contact Hard to listen to broadcasts because of noise . for a long time . ] ] Antennas connections are incorrect or loose . The AM loop antenna is too close to the System . ] The FM antenna is not properly extended and positioned . Disc Operations : The disc does not play . The disc is placed upside down . Place the disc with the ] label side up . MP3 groups and tracks are not played back as you expect . ] The playing order is determined when the disc was recorded . It depends on the writing application . MP3 or JPEG files are not played back . The inserted disc may include both types of tracks ( MP3 ] files and JPEG files ) . In this case , you can only play back the files selected by the “ FILE TYPE ” setting ( see page 36 ) . ] You have changed the “ FILE TYPE ” setting after you inserted a disc . In this case , reload the disc . 41
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page42 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM The disc sound is discontinuous . USB Operations : ] The disc is scratched or dirty . Unable to play back through the USB connection . ] USB connection and setting is incorrect ( see page 15 ) . No subtitle appears on the display though you have The sound through the USB connection stops . selected the initial subtitle language . ] Noise and static electricity may stop the sound through the ] Some DVDs are programmed to always display no USB connection . In this case , do the following operations : subtitle initially . If this happens , press SUBTITLE after • Disconnect and connect the USB cable again starting play ( see page 22 ) . • Restart the music software on your PC Audio language is different from the one you have • Turn off and on the system selected as the initial audio language . ] Some DVDs are programmed to always use the original Timer operations : language initially . If this happens , press AUDIO after Daily Timer does not work . starting play ( see page 21 ) . ] The System has been turned on when the on - time comes . The disc tray does not open or close . Timer starts working only when the System is turned off . ] The AC power cord is not plugged in . ] Child Lock is in use ( see page 26 ) . ] Program Play is in use . Exit from Program Play ( see page 25 ) . If you still have a problem , reset the System . Main Unit While in standby . . . ONLY Press and hold until the display flashes . The factory default settings are restored and all the settings you have made are erased . 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 1 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM * Linear 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 Digital Surround DTS bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM 2 DVD AUDIO * with 48 / 96 / 192 kHz , 16 / 20 / 24 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM bit Linear PCM with 44.1 / 88.2 / 176.4 kHz , 16 / 44.1 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM 20 / 24 bit Linear PCM with Dolby Digital Dolby Digital bitstream 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM with DTS Digital Surround DTS 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 Digital Surround DTS bitstream 44.1 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM MP3 disc 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz , 16 bit Linear PCM 1 * While playing some DVDs , digital signals may be emitted at 20 bits or 24 bits ( at their original bit rate ) through the DIGITAL OUTPUT ( OPTICAL ) terminal if the discs are not copy - protected . 2 * There is no output for DVD Audio with content protection set . 42
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page43 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Language Code List JW Javanese SL Slovenian AA Afar KA Georgian SM Samoan AB Abkhazian KK Kazakh SN Shona AF Afrikaans KL Greenlandic SO Somali AM Ameharic KM Cambodian SQ Albanian AR Arabic KN Kannada SR Serbian AS Assamese KO Korean ( KOR ) SS Siswati AY Aymara KS Kashmiri ST Sesotho AZ Azerbaijani KU Kurdish SU Sundanese BA Bashkir KY Kirghiz SV Swedish BE Byelorussian LA Latin SW Swahili BG Bulgarian LN Lingala TA Tamil BH Bihari TE Telugu LO Laothian BI Bislama TG Tajik LT Lithuanian BN Bengali , Bangla TH Thai LV Latvian , Lettish BO Tibetan TI Tigrinya MG Malagasy BR Breton TK Turkmen MI Maori CA Catalan TL Tagalog MK Macedonian CO Corsican TN Setswana ML Malayalam CS Czech TO Tonga MN Mongolian CY Welsh TR Turkish MO Moldavian DA Danish TS Tsonga MR Marathi DZ Bhutani TT Tatar MS Malay ( MAY ) EL Greek TW Twi MT Maltese EO Esperanto UK Ukrainian MY Burmese ET Estonian UR Urdu NA Nauru EU Basque UZ Uzbek NE Nepali FA Persian VI Vietnamese NL Dutch FI Finnish VO Volapuk NO Norwegian FJ Fiji WO Wolof OC Occitan FO Faroese XH Xhosa OM ( Afan ) Oromo FY Frisian YO Yoruba OR Oriya GA Irish ZU Zulu PA Panjabi GD Scots Gaelic PL Polish GL Galician PS Pashto , Pushto GN Guarani PT Portuguese GU Gujarati QU Quechua HA Hausa RM Rhaeto - Romance HI Hindi RN Kirundi HR Croatian RO Rumanian HU Hungarian RU Russian HY Armenian RW Kinyarwanda IA Interlingua SA Sanskrit IE Interlingue SD Sindhi IK Inupiak SG Sangho IN Indonesian SH Serbo - Croatian IS Icelandic SI Singhalese IW Hebrew SK Slovak JI Yiddish 43
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page44 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM Parts Index Refer to the pages to see how to use the buttons and controls . Remote control 20 11 , 33 20 13 , 24 38 12 20 12 , 20 , 32 22 12 , 14 , 24 15 20 , 25 , 33 15 , 16 26 12 24 , 25 187 18 1 17 18 17 18 11 , 17 , 38 14 14 14 , 28 , 31 , 34 , 38 28 34 13 13 13 12 , 14 , 15 , 32 14 , 23 23 , 31 212 229 2 1 12 , 13 , 15 , 20 , 22 , 32 , 38 19 20 , 32 Main unit 8 Remote sensor 12 , 14 11 , 13 11 11 , 12 16 STANDBY lamp 13 , 20 , 25 12 , 14 12 , 13 , 23 13 , 26 13 11 , 17 18 12 , 17 15 11 15 17 , 42 11 16 44
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HX - D7 [ UJ ] _f.book Page45 Monday , June13,2005 11 : 10AM General Specifications Power requirement : AC 110 V – AC 127 V / AC 220 V – AC 240 V Amplifier section — CA - HXD7 ( adjustable with the voltage selector ) , Output Power : 50 / 60 Hz SUBWOOFER : 135 W per channel , min . RMS , Power consumption : 160 W ( at operation ) driven into 6 Ω at 63 Hz with no 30 W ( on standby ) more than 10 % total harmonic Dimensions ( approx . ) : 175 mm x 373 mm x 389 mm distortion . ( IEC268 - 3 ) ( W / H / D ) MAIN SPEAKER : 60 W per channel , min . RMS , driven Mass ( approx . ) : 10.1 kg into 4 Ω at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . Supplied Accessories ( IEC268 - 3 ) See page 3 . Audio input sensitivity / impedance Speaker section — SP - HXD7 AUX : 400 mV / 47 kΩ Type : 4 - Way Front Twin Woofer USB : USB Version 1.1 ( Magnetically Shielded Type ) Speakers : Digital output : Subwoofer : 16 cm cone x 1 DIGITAL OUTPUT ( OPTICAL ) : Woofer : 16 cm cone x 1 – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm ( 660 nm ± 30 nm ) Mid range : 7 cm cone x 1 VIDEO OUT : Tweeter : 2 cm piezo x 1 Color system : NTSC Power handling capacity : VIDEO ( composite ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Subwoofer : 360 ( 180 + 180 ) W S - VIDEO : Y ( luminance ) 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Main speaker : 160 ( 80 + 80 ) W C ( chrominance , burst ) Impedance : 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Subwoofer : 6 Ω COMPONENT ( interlace / progressive ) : Main speaker : 4 Ω ( Y ) 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Frequency range : ( PB / P ) 0.7 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω R Subwoofer : 30 Hz – 1 000 Hz Main speaker : 50 Hz – 20 000 Hz Speaker Terminals : 4 Ω – 8 Ω ( main speakers ) Sound pressure level : 6 Ω – 16 Ω ( subwoofers ) Subwoofer : 74 dB / W • m Main speaker : 84 dB / W • m Tuner section Dimensions ( approx . ) : 295 mm x 452 mm x 390 mm FM tuning range : 87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz ( W / H / D ) AM tuning range : Mass ( approx . ) : 8.9 kg each 531 kHz – 1 710 kHz ( at 9 kHz interval ) 530 kHz – 1 710 kHz ( at 10 kHz interval ) Design and specifications are subject to change without Disc player section notice . Playable disc : DVD Video / DVD Audio CD / VCD / SVCD CD - R / CD - RW ( recorded in Audio CD / Video CD / Super Video CD / MP3 / JPEG format ) DVD - R / DVD - RW ( recorded in video format ) Dynamic range : 90 dB Horizontal resolution : 500 lines Wow and flutter : Immeasurable 45
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00 - 00_Cover [ UJ ] _f.fm Page2Monday , June13,2005 11 : 29AM HX - D7 Mains ( AC ) Line Instruction ( not applicable for Europe , U.S.A . , Canada , Australia , and U.K . ) COMPACT COMPONENT CAUTION for mains ( AC ) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN , do check SYSTEM that your mains ( AC ) line voltage ANTENNA ª · corresponds with the position of the · L ª AM R voltage selector switch provided on L MAIN FM SPEAKER ( 75Ω ) R ( 4 · 8Ω ) the outside of this equipment and , if SUB WOOFER ( 6 · 16Ω ) different , reset the voltage selector DIGITAL switch , to prevent from a damage or OUT ( OPTICAL ) COMPONENT Y VIDEO OUT PB PR risk of fire / electric shock . VIDEO OUT S - VIDEO EN 0605TMMMDWSAM © 2005 Victor Company of Japan , Limited
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TRANSISTOR

AH42-00019A
Loop Antenna

AH40-00097A
Tuner

BIAN01051
Antenna Wire

BIAN01371Y
Antenna Wire

AH38-10001A
Fm Feeder Antenna.

2001000734
Carbon Resistor

2001-000924
Carbon Resistor

2001-000003
Carbon Resistor

1203-001653
IC-REGULATOR ;L4959

UZP5.1B
Zener Diode

3501-001159
Relay

2801-001394
Crystal

2401-000303
AL E.CAPACITOR

2401001164
Al E. Capacitor

2001-000028
Carbon Resistor

2001-000111
Carbon Resistor

2001-000258
Carbon Resistor

1N5392
Silicon. Diode

2301-000216
Mylar Capacitor

2401-000909
AL E CAPACITOR

3708-001464
Conn. Terminal

LC709006A
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

2702-001128
Inductor

2702-001129
COIL (AL201/AL202)

7809
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

2001-001107
Carbon Resistor

0601-001739
L.E.D.

3708000448
Conn. Terminal

KSC1008
Transistor

2802-001198
Cer.Resonator

UZP18B
Zener Diode

STK428-610
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

STK428-640
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

AH26-00264A
Power Transformer

UZP20B
Zener Diode

AH26-00327A
Power Transformer.

AH11-00167B
I.C(MASK-ROM)

KTD2058
Digi. Transistor

AH11-00167A
Integrated Circuit (Mask-Rom)

L4959
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

CM102
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

AH92-02298B
Printed Wiring Board (PWB) Board Assembly

3809-001720
Flatwire

3809-001298
Flat Wire

3809-001452
Flat Wire

3809-001468
Flat Wire

3809-001719
Flat Wire

3809-001327
Flat Wire

3708-001488
Conn. Terminal

3708-001577
Conn. Terminal

AH39-00320C
FM WIRE/ ANTENNA

AH61-01835A
Holder

AH07-00152A
Fl Display. Panel

AH62-00062D
Heat Sink

AH64-03283B
CD Door

AH64-03283C
CD Door

AH64-03283D
CD Door

AH64-03283E
CD Door

AH64-03283F
CD Door

AH64-03278B
Front Cabinet

AH61-01833A
Holder

3406-001050
Rotary Switch

3406001047
SWITCH (MODE) ROTARY

2003-000455
O.M.F. Resistor

SML200506V6
Service Manual CD-ROM

LVT1351-003A
Owner's Manual

AH64-03279C
Window

AH67-00335B
Lens

AH64-01106G
Screw

3722-002145
Pin Jack

FMU-SM2-16M
Mechanical Unit

3002-001134
Buzzer

AH31-00044A
Fan

2007000076
Carbon Resistor

AH59-01514A
Mechanical Unit

AH59-01539A
JVC AH59-01539A Remote Control

AH59-01539B
Remote Control

AH81-01691A
Speaker Box-L

AH81-01691B
Speaker Box-R

3716-001208
Speaker Terminal

2401-001883
AL E.CAPACITOR

2001-000062
Carbon Resistor

2001-000591
Carbon Resistor

2001-000515
Carbon Resistor

2001-000429
Carbon Resistor

2401-000438
AL E.CAPACITOR

1203-001006
Integrated Circuit (M)

78R05
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

2203-000206
Cer. Capacitor

2001-000793
Carbon Resistor

2001-001000
Carbon Resistor

3601-001277
Fuse

2001-000034
Carbon Resistor

78R33
Integrated Circuit (Mono-Other)

2401001975
Al E. Capacitor

2001000780
Carbon Resistor

2001000786
Carbon Resistor

2007000290
Carbon Resistor

2007000402
Carbon Resistor

2001000027
Carbon Resistor

3711000820
Conn. Terminal

2001000449
Carbon Resistor

2001000281
Carbon Resistor

2001000290
Carbon Resistor

2001-000864
Carbon Resistor

2401000042
E. Capacitor

3601-001007
Fuse

3711-000906
Conn. Terminal

2001-000563
Carbon Resistor

2001-000273
Carbon Resistor

2001-001153
Carbon Resistor

2003-000429
O.M.F. Resistor

3601-000414
Fuse

3404000165
Tact Switch

6002-000126
Tapping Screw

6003000276
Screw

2SC1008
Transistor

2001-000331
Carbon Resistor

3722001588
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