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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 1 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM DVD DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEM TH - D70 Consists of XV - THD70 , SP - THD7W , SP - THD7F , SP - THD7C and SP - THD7S TH - D50 Consists of XV - THD50 , SP - THD5W , SP - THD5F , SP - THD5C and SP - THD5S ( TH - D70 only ) INSTRUCTIONS LVT1704 - 010A [ UJ ]
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 1 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Warnings , Cautions and Others IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS CAUTION — button ! 1 . CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off 2 . CAUTION : Do not open the top cover or cabinet . There completely ( the STANDBY lamp goes off ) . When are no user serviceable parts inside the unit ; leave all installing the apparatus , ensure that the plug is easily servicing to qualified service personnel . accessible . 3 . CAUTION : The button in any position does not disconnect the Visible and / or invisible class 1M laser radiation when mains line . open . Do not view directly with optical instruments . • When the system is on standby , the STANDBY lamp 4 . REPRODUCTION OF LABEL : CAUTION LABEL , lights red . PLACED INSIDE THE UNIT . • When the system is turned on , the STANDBY lamp goes off . The power can be remote controlled . CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . CAUTION ! 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . To avoid personal injury or accidentally dropping the unit , have two persons unpack , carry , and install the unit . CAUTION • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . ( If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the heat may not be able to get out . ) TH - D70 : 46 kg • Do not place any naked flame sources , such as lighted TH - D50 : 23.7 kg candles , on the apparatus . • When discarding batteries , environmental problems must be considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly . • Do not expose this apparatus to rain , moisture , dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids , such as vases , shall be placed on the apparatus . CAUTION : Excessive sound pressure from earphones or headphones can cause hearing loss . G - 1
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 2 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Caution : Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire and to protect from damage , place the apparatus on a level surface . The minimal clearances are shown below : Front view Side view Wall ors Wall ors XV - THD70 / 0XV - THD70 / 15 cm obstruction obstruction XV - THD50 XV - THD5 Front 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm No obstructions 15 cm [ European Union only ] G - 2
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 1 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM How to read this manual Table of contents • Illustrations and button names of the TH - D70 are mainly used for explanation . Before using this System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 • The following icons and illustrations are used to make the Playable discs / devices / files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 explanations simple and easy - to - understand . Playable disc types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Playable digital devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Icons for System operations Playable file types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Operations from the center unit Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Checking the supplied accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Operations from the remote control Putting batteries into the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Setting the voltage selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 The function can be operated from the Connecting the speakers and subwoofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 on - screen bar ( 27 ) . Speaker layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Connecting the antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Icons for the references and notes Connecting a TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Reference page for the function / Connecting external components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 operation Connecting the AC power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Basic and common operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Caution for the function / operation Sound and monitor settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Note for the function / operation Sound settings and adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Setting the audio input for external components . . . . . . . 14 Tip for the function / operation Selecting the color system and scanning mode . . . . . . . . . 15 Icons for operating information FM / AM tuner operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Setting the AM tuner interval spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The function is available while playing . Manual tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Preset tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The function is available while paused . Selecting the FM reception mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 XM Satellite Radio operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 The function is available while Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 stopped . Manual tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Preset tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 There is a time limit on performing the Changing the channel information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 target operation . iPod playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Illustrations for button operations Disc / file playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Press the button briefly . Basic playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Using the disc menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Locating a desired scene or song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Press the button repeatedly . Changing the playback mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Advanced operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 « Hold Press and hold the button . Special playback for DVD Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Operation from the TV screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Personal settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Press button A , then press button B . Karaoke operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Basic procedure for Karaoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Selecting the audio channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 « Hold Sound adjustments for Karaoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Press button B while holding Reserving Karaoke songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 button A . Operating external components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Setting the manufacturer’s code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Operating external components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Manufacturer’s code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Language code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Messages and icons shown on the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 1
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 2 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Before using this System Precautions Notes on installing and using the speakers There are no user - serviceable parts inside . If anything • Place the speakers and subwoofer on a flat and level goes wrong , unplug the power cord and consult your surface . dealer . • The speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color Notes on installing the System distortions on TVs . If the color on a TV is distorted , perform the following procedure : • Select a location which is level , dry and neither too hot nor – Turn off the TV’s main power switch or unplug it too cold between 5 ° C and 35 ° C . before installing the speakers . Then wait at least • Do not install the System in a location subject to 30 minutes before turning on the TV’s main power vibrations . switch again . • Do not put heavy objects on the System . Some TVs may still be affected even though you have Avoid moisture , water , dust , and high followed the above procedure . If this happens , move the temperatures speakers away from the TV . • Do not install the System in moist or dusty locations . • The subwoofer is not magnetically shielded . To avoid • If water gets inside the System , turn off the power and color distortion , do not place it near the TV or monitor . remove the plug from the wall outlet , then consult your • When moving the speakers and subwoofer , do not pull the dealer . Using the System in this state may cause a fire or speaker cords . Doing so may cause the speakers and / or electrical shock . subwoofer to fall over , causing damage or injury . • Do not expose the System to direct sunlight or place it near • When installing the speakers on a wall , be sure to have a heating device . them installed by qualified personnel . DO NOT install the speakers on a wall by yourself . To prevent malfunctions or damage to the System • Do not lean against the speakers , as they could fall down • Do not insert any metallic objects , such as wires , hairpins , or break , possibly causing an injury . Be especially careful coins , etc . into the System . that children do not lean against them . • Do not block the vents . About the adjustment of volume Notes on the power cord Always set the volume to the minimum level before starting • When you are away on travel or otherwise for an extended any source . If the volume is set at a high level , the sudden period of time , remove the plug from the wall outlet . A blast of sound could permanently damage your hearing and / small amount of power is always consumed while the or blow out the speakers . power cord is connected to the wall outlet . • When unplugging the System from the wall outlet , always To clean the System pull the plug , not the power cord . • Use a soft cloth . Follow the relevant instructions on the • Disconnect the power cord before cleaning or moving the use of chemically - coated cloths . System . • If the System is heavily stained , apply a small amount of • Do not modify , twist or pull the power cord , or put water or neutral detergent to the cloth and wipe clean , then anything heavy on it . Doing so may cause fire , electric wipe with a dry cloth . shock , or other accidents . • Do not use benzene , thinner or other organic solvents and disinfectants . These may cause deformation or About copyright laws discoloring . Observe the copyright laws in your country before recording from original sources . Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws . About the copyguard system The discs are protected by the copyguard system . When connecting the System to a TV via a VCR , or to a TV with a built - in VCR , the copyguard system activates and distortion of the picture may occur . 2
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 3 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Playable discs / devices / files Some discs / files may require operations that differ Unplayable discs — unwarranted from those explained in this manual . Playing back the following discs generates noise and Some discs / devices / files may not be recognized or damages the speakers . • DVD - ROM , DVD - RAM , DualDisc * ( non - DVD side ) played back correctly due to their characteristics . • CD - ROM , CD - I ( CD - I Ready ) , Photo CD , SACD • Unfinalized discs ( except DVD VR ) Playable disc types • Discs with an irregular shape or discs with tape , stickers or paste on either the label side or playback side Type of disc Types of media • Warped , dirty , or scratched discs * The Non - DVD side of a “ DualDisc ” does not comply with • Discs on the market the “ Compact Disc Digital Audio ” standard . Therefore , the • DVD - R / - R DL / - RW DVD Video use of Non - DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may • + R / + RW not be recommended . • DualDisc * ( DVD side only ) • Discs on the market Playable digital devices DVD Audio • DVD - R / - R DL / - RW • + R / + RW JVC bears no responsibility for any loss of data in an Super Video CD • Discs on the market iPod and / or USB mass storage class device while using ( SVCD ) / Video CD • CD - R / - RW this System . ( VCD ) • Discs on the market iPod Audio CD • CD Text ( Audio part only ) See “ Compatible iPod types ” ( 19 ) . • CD - R / - RW A disc recorded in USB mass storage class device • DVD - R / - RW the DVD VR format A USB flash memory device , hard disk drive , multimedia • DVD - R / - R DL / - RW in UDF card reader , digital camera , etc . can be used with this System Audio / video files on Bridge format through a USB connection . • CD - R / - RW in ISO 9660 a disc ( 4 ) This System is compatible with USB 2.0 Full Speed . format This System cannot recognize a USB mass storage This System accommodates the NTSC and PAL class device whose rating exceeds 5 V / 500 mA . system . It is possible to play back finalized + R / + RW ( DVD Video format only ) discs . “ DVD ” lights on the display when a + R / + RW disc is loaded . DVD - R / - RW : This System does not support “ multi - border ” discs . CD - R / - RW : – This System supports “ multi - session ” discs ( up to 20 sessions ) . – This System cannot play “ packet write ” discs . Region code of DVD Video DVD Video players and DVD Video discs have their own Region Code numbers . This System can play back DVD Video discs whose Region Code numbers include “ 1 . ” Ex . : 3
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 4 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM WAV files Playable file types • The System supports WAV files recorded at a quantization rate of 8 bit or 16 bit and a sampling The following files in a disc or a USB mass storage class frequency of 8 kHz , 11.025 kHz , 12 kHz , 16 kHz , device can be played back . 22.05 kHz , 24 kHz , 32 kHz , 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz . Type of file Playable files Extensions • It is recommended to record each file at a sample rate of MP3 < . mp3 > 44.1 kHz and at a quantization rate of 16 bit Linear PCM . Audio WMA < . wma > JPEG files • It is recommended to record a file at 640 x 480 resolution . WAV < . wav > ( If a file has been recorded at a resolution of more than Picture JPEG < . jpg > , < . jpeg > 640 x 480 , it will take a longer time to be displayed . ) ASF < . asf > • This System can only play baseline JPEG files . MPEG - 1 < . mpg > , < . mpeg > ASF files • The System supports MPEG - 4 files with the following < . mpg > , < . mpeg > , Movie MPEG - 2 conditions : < . mod > File format : ASF DivX ( 6 . x , 5 . x , < . divx > , < . div > , Visual profile : MPEG - 4 SP ( Simple Profile ) 4 . x and 3.11 ) < . avi > Audio CODEC : G . 726 If a file on a USB mass storage class device exceeds Max . picture size : 352 x 288 ( CIF ) the following conditions , it may not be played back Max . bit rate : 384 kbps correctly : MPEG1 / MPEG2 files – Maximum data transfer rate : 2 Mbps • The stream format should conform to the MPEG system / – Maximum frame rate : 30 fps for progressive program stream . – Maximum file size : 2 GB • 720 x 576 pixels ( 25 fps ) / 720 x 480 pixels ( 30 fps ) is The System recognizes up to 150 tracks ( files ) per recommended for the highest resolution . group , and 99 groups per disc / device . The total • This System also supports resolutions of 352 x 576 / number of tracks ( files ) that the System can detect is 480 x 576 / 352 x 288 pixels ( 25 fps ) and 352 x 480 / 4000 . 480 x 480 / 352 x 240 pixels ( 30 fps ) . • The file format should be MP @ ML ( Main Profile at Main Information about the recording Level ) / SP @ ML ( Simple Profile at Main Level ) / MP @ LL conditions for the files on a disc / ( Main Profile at Low Level ) . device • Audio streams should conform to MPEG1 Audio Layer - 2 or MPEG2 Audio Layer - 2 . MP3 / WMA files • The System supports MP3 / WMA files recorded at a bit DivX files rate of 32 – 320 kbps and a sampling frequency of 16 kHz , • The System supports DivX files whose resolution is 22.05 kHz , 24 kHz * , 32 kHz , 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz . 720 x 480 pixels or less ( 30 fps ) , and 720 x 576 pixels or • It is recommended to record each file at a sample rate of less ( 25 fps ) . 44.1 kHz and at a data transfer rate of 128 ( 96 * ) kbps . • Audio stream should conform to Dolby Digital ( including multi - channel ) or MPEG1 Audio Layer - 3 ( MP3 ) . * For WMA only • The System does not support GMC ( Global Motion Compression ) . • Files encoded in the interlaced scanning mode may not be played back correctly . 4
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 5 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Getting started Checking the supplied Connecting the speakers and accessories subwoofer If anything is missing , contact your dealer immediately . • Remote control ( x 1 ) • Batteries ( x 2 ) • FM antenna ( x 1 ) • AM loop antenna ( x 1 ) • Composite video cord ( x 1 ) Center unit • AC plug adapter ( x 1 ) • Docking station for iPod ( x 1 ) Connecting the speakers and the • Speaker cords subwoofer to the System – TH - D70 : 4 m ( x 4 ) , 10 m ( x 2 ) – TH - D50 : 3 m ( x 4 ) , 8 m ( x 2 ) er To center speak ( SP - THD7C / SP - THD5C ) • Feet – TH - D70 : For surround speakers ( x 8 ) – TH - D50 : For front and surround speakers ( x 16 ) To front right speaker er To front left speak • Screws ( TH - D70 only ) : M5 x 115 mm ( x 6 ) , M4 x 25 mm ( SP - THD7F / SP - THD5F ) ( SP - THD7F / SP - THD5F ) ( x 4 ) Putting batteries into the remote er To subwoof ( SP - THD7W / control SP - THD5W ) R03 ( UM - 4 ) / AAA ( 24F ) type dry - cell batteries ( supplied ) To surround left speaker To surround right speaker ( SP - THD7S / SP - THD5S ) ( SP - THD7S / SP - THD5S ) Connecting the speaker cords Connect the speaker cords both to the center unit and to each speaker . On the center unit : Do not expose batteries to heat or flame . If the range or effectiveness of the remote control decreases , replace both batteries . Setting the voltage selector Speaker cord Before plugging in , set the correct voltage for your area with the voltage selector switch on the rear of the center unit . On the speaker : Speaker cord • Connect the black cords to the r terminals . • Connect the white cords to the q terminals . Ex . : When setting to “ 220V - 240V ” 5
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 6 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Do not connect the power cord until all other connections have been made . If you connect speakers other than those supplied for 1 When assembling a speaker with stand : the System , use speakers of the same speaker impedance ( SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ) indicated on Speaker the rear of the center unit . DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal . TH - D70 only : Screws M4 x 25 mm – You can install the front speakers on the wall . ( supplied ) When installing them on the wall , do not attach the stands and base plates . – When installing the front speakers on the floor , Stand they are to be assembled before use ( see below ) . When assembling a speaker without stand : Assembling the front speakers — TH - D70 only Speaker Stand Bottom cover Base plate ( 2 ) Front speaker Stand ( 2 ) ( SP - THD7F ) ( 2 ) Assembled speakers : Detach the bottom cover and the screws ( M4 x 30 mm ) from the stand , then attach them to the bottom of the You can assemble the front speakers either with or without speaker . stands . 2 Connect the speaker cord . ( 5 ) Base plate or Stand or speaker directly Screws M5 x 115 mm ( supplied ) Before assembling : When holding a speaker , always grasp the lower Take care not to drop any component part while portion . assembling ; otherwise , it may cause an injury or damage to the floor . Prepare a Phillips screwdriver ( not supplied ) . 6
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 7 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Getting started When placing the speakers horizontally Speaker layout Lay the speakers horizontally so that the JVC logos are positioned as illustrated below . You can enjoy surround sound by placing the speakers as illustrated ( Speaker layout A or B ) . Ex . : TV Speaker layout A L R Select “ S.SPK R ” as the speaker position mode for this layout . ( 13 ) SL SR Center ( C ) Front right ( R ) Front left ( L ) Subwoofer TH - D50 only : you can also lay the front speakers as ( SW ) illustrated below . TV Surround left Surround right L SL SR R ( SL ) ( SR ) To obtain the best possible surround sound from this TH - D70 : Do not lay down the front speakers System , place all the speakers except the subwoofer horizontally . at the same distance from the listening position . If it You can turn the JVC logos to make them is impossible , adjust the delay time from DELAY legible . menu . ( 31 ) Attaching the feet Speaker layout B When placing the speakers horizontally , attach the feet to Select “ S.SPK F ” as the speaker position mode for the bottom of the speakers as illustrated . this layout . ( 13 ) Subwoofer ( SW ) Surround left ( SL ) Surround right ( SR ) Peel off Front left ( L ) Front right ( R ) Center ( C ) Place the surround speakers close to the center speaker . It is recommended to place the surround speakers horizontally ( see the right column ) . 7
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 8 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Do not connect the power cord until all other connections have been made . Connecting the antennas Connecting a TV Connect the TV to the appropriate video out jacks to view XM Mini - Tuner system — TH - D70 only the playback picture . XM Mini - Tuner Home Dock The picture quality order is as follows : antenna ( not supplied ) HDMI > Component video > S - video > Composite XM Mini - Tuner video ( not supplied ) Make the following settings after connecting the TV : – Color system and scanning mode ( 15 ) – MONITOR TYPE ( 30 ) For better reception , install the XM Mini - Tuner Home Connection using the HDMI terminal Dock antenna in the following location : – Near a south - facing window with aiming the From HDMI input terminal antenna at the sky directly TV – Where “ Channel 1 ” can be heard clearly HDMI cable ( not supplied ) – Where the Antenna Aiming display shows a value higher than 0 for either satellite or terrestrial signal strength ( 17 ) You can make the following settings for the TV when the HDMI connection is used : AM and FM antennas – HDMI DVI COLOR ( 30 ) – HDMI OUT ( 30 ) Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any – HDMI AUDIO OUT ( 30 ) other terminals , connecting cords or power cords . – DOWN MIX ( 30 ) * Use a certified HDMI cable , which has the HDMI logo . You can use a monitor with a DVI terminal by connecting with a DVI - HDMI conversion cable . When you play HDCP ( High - Bandwidth Digital AM loop antenna Content Protection ) source , it takes a few seconds ( supplied ) for the sound and picture to be transmitted to the speakers and TV while the confirmation process is FM antenna completed . ( supplied ) On some TVs , no sound may come out during Turn it until the best playback of sources such as DVD Audio even when reception is obtained . the HDMI AUDIO OUT setting is “ ON ” ( 30 ) . Extend it horizontally . This setting is available only when the speaker position * mode is set to “ S.SPK F ” ( 13 ) . For better FM reception FM outdoor antenna ( not supplied ) Standard type ( 75 Ω FM outdoor antenna cord coaxial ) connector ( not supplied ) Continued on the next page 8
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 9 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Getting started Audio connection Connection using the component Connecting a digital component video jacks Digital coaxial cable DBS ( Direct ( not supplied ) From component Broadcast Green video input Satellite ) TV tuner , etc . Blue Digital optical cable Component video ( not supplied ) cord ( not supplied ) Red A From digital coaxial output B From digital optical output Do not connect the TVs via both the COMPONENT jacks and HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal at the The initial setting for the audio input setting is same time . “ COAX . ” When using OPTICAL terminal , change the For the BNC connection , use a plug adapter ( not setting to “ OPT ” before playing back . ( 14 ) supplied ) . Connecting an analog component Connection using the S - video or RCA pin plug cord ( not supplied ) composite video jack DVD player , Composite video cord etc . ( supplied ) TV or S - video cord ( not supplied ) Align the A From Composite video input 5 marks . B From S - video input A From center channel audio output B From front left / right channel audio outputs C From subwoofer output D From surround left / right channel audio outputs Connecting external components , To listen to the sound from AUDIO MULTI IN jacks , perform the following procedure : – Place the speakers by following “ Speaker layout A ” ( 7 ) . – Select “ S.SPK R ” as the speaker position mode . ( 13 ) Select “ 5.1CH ” as the audio input setting before Connection for “ VIDEO1 ” — TH - D70 playing back . ( 14 ) Select “ VIDEO1 ” as the source ( 12 ) for Connection for “ VIDEO2 ” — TH - D70 playing a component connected as follows . Select “ VIDEO2 ” as the source ( 12 ) for Video connection playing a component connected as follows . HDMI cable ( not supplied ) DVD player , Video connection etc . Composite video cord * From HDMI video output ( supplied ) To view a video from the external component or VCR , etc . connected as above , connect a TV via the HDMI S - video cord * MONITOR OUT terminal . ( 8 ) ( not supplied ) No sound signal comes into HDMI VIDEO 1 IN Align the A From composite video output terminal . Make audio connection to listen to the 5 marks . B From S - video output sound ( see the right column ) . Connect an external component with the same kind of cable * as the one used to connect the TV . ( see the left column ) 9
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 10 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Do not connect the power cord until all other connections have been made . Audio connection Connection for “ VIDEO ” — TH - D50 Connecting a digital component Select “ VIDEO ” as the source ( 12 ) for playing a component connected as follows . Digital coaxial cable DBS ( Direct ( not supplied ) Broadcast Video connection Satellite ) Composite video cord * tuner , etc . ( supplied ) Digital optical cable ( not supplied ) or VCR , etc . A From digital coaxial output B From digital optical output S - video cord * ( not supplied ) The initial setting for the audio input setting is “ OPT . ” Align the A From composite video output When using COAXIAL jack , change the setting to 5 marks . B From S - video output “ COAX ” before playing back . ( 14 ) Connecting an analog component * Connect an external component with the same kind of cable as the one used to connect the TV . ( 9 ) RCA pin plug cord ( not supplied ) Audio connection VCR , etc . Connecting a digital component From audio output Digital optical cable ( not supplied ) Select “ 2CH ” as the audio input setting before DBS ( Direct playing back . ( 14 ) Broadcast From digital optical output Satellite ) Connecting a cassette recorder tuner , etc . Cassette From audio input recorder Select “ OPT ” as the audio input setting before RCA pin plug cord playing back . ( 14 ) ( not supplied ) Connecting an analog component From audio output RCA pin plug cord The surround mode affects the signals emitted from ( not supplied ) VCR , etc . the AUDIO OUT jacks . When recording on to a tape , From audio output set the surround mode to “ OFF . ” ( 14 ) When “ 5.1CH ” is selected as the audio input setting Select “ 2CH ” as the audio input setting before for “ VIDEO1 , ” only the left and right audio signals are playing back . ( 14 ) emitted . Connecting the AC power cord Plug in the System only after all the connections have been completed . If the AC outlets do not match the AC plugs , use the supplied AC plug adapter . Available video output terminals for each source Source DVD VIDEO2 ( TH - D70 ) VIDEO1 IPod Terminal USB VIDEO ( TH - D50 ) ( TH - D70 only ) HDMI √ √ COMPONENT √ S - VIDEO √ √ √ VIDEO ( Composite video ) √ √ √ 10
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 11 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Basic and common operations How to use the number buttons Listening with headphones To select 3 : Press 3 . When the headphones are connected , the System To select 10 : Press 10 . automatically deactivates the speakers and cancels the To select 14 : Press h 10 , 1 , then 4 . surround mode ( 14 ) temporarily . To select 24 : Press h 10 , 2 , then 4 . • “ H.PHONE ” appears on the display . To select 40 : Press h 10 , 4 , then 0 . Be sure to turn down the volume To select 114 : Press h 10 , h 10 , 1 , before connecting or putting on the 1 , then 4 . headphones . Set the remote control mode before STANDBY lamp : operation . • Goes off when the System is turned on . • Lights when the System is turned off . Point at the remote sensor directly . Display To change the display brightness A TH - D70 only : XM Satellite Radio indicators J Digital device indicators ( 17 ) K File type indicators XM : Lights when “ XM ” is selected as the source . L Lights when the chapter ( CHAP . ) or track ( TRK ) : Shows XM Satellite Radio signal strength . number is displayed . CAT : Lights while selecting a channel by category . M Lights when selecting a program number ( PG ) or B Digital audio signal format indicators playlist number ( PL ) of a DVD VR disc by using C FM / AM tuner band indicators ( 16 ) TITLE / GROUP . ( 23 ) D Lights when one of the surround modes is activated . N Special playback indicators for DVD Audio ( 14 ) ( 26 ) E Frequency unit indicators for FM / AM BONUS : Lights when a bonus group is detected . F Source signal and speaker signal indicators B.S.P : Lights when browsable still pictures are ( front left ) , ( center ) , ( front right ) , ( low detected . frequency effect ) , ( surround left ) , ( surround O FM reception mode indicators ( 16 ) right ) , ( monaural surround ) : Light when the signal MONO : Lights when receiving an FM stereo station in comes in for the digital input or when the System is monaural . ready to receive the signal for the analog input . ST : Lights when receiving an FM stereo station with SW ( subwoofer ) : Always lights . sufficient signal strength is tuned in . _ : Lights while reproducing the channel’s sound P Lights during program play ( PRG ) or random play through the corresponding speaker . ( RND ) . ( 24 ) G Speaker position mode indicators ( 13 ) Q Lights when the System memorizes the position where H Lights when both the System and the TV ( with HDMI the playback is interrupted . ( 22 ) connection ) are ready to communicate each other . R Lights when the Karaoke function is activated . ( 32 , 33 ) I Scanning mode indicators ( 15 ) S Repeat mode indicators ( 24 , 27 ) HD : Lights when the System is emitting high - definition video signals ( 720p or 1080i ) . PRGR . : Lights when the progressive scanning mode is activated . 11
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 12 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Turning the power on or off Adjusting the volume To turn off the System by using the sleep timer – – ( off ) = 10 = 20 = 30 = 60 = 90 = 120 To turn off the volume instantly = 150 = 180 = ( back to the beginning ) ( unit : minutes ) “ MUTING ” appears on the display . To check the remaining time , press the button once . To restore the volume , press the button again , or adjust the volume level . Selecting the source Prohibiting disc ejection To do Indication 1 Turn off the System . Play back a disc DVD 21 2 Lock the disc tray . Play back a file on a « Hold USB 21 USB mass storage “ LOCKED ” appears on the class device display . ( On the center unit ) Play back an iPod IPod 19 To unlock the disc tray , perform the above procedure again . “ UNLOCKED ” appears on the display . 2 Listen to an XM * 1 16 , XM * , FM 1 , Satellite Radio * 1 or AM 17 * FM , or AM station 3 34 Play back an VIDEO1 * external component 3 34 • TH - D70 : VIDEO1 / VIDEO2 * VIDEO2 3 • TH - D50 : VIDEO 34 VIDEO * To select the source from the center unit 1 * TH - D70 only 2 * TH - D50 : The FM / AM button is used instead of FM / AM / XM . 3 * Make sure that the appropriate audio input setting have been made for the source ( VIDEO1 / VIDEO2 or VIDEO ) . ( 14 ) 12
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 13 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Sound and monitor settings As the speaker position mode is changed , the following settings are also changed automatically : Set the remote – The output level settings of the speakers and of control mode subwoofer ( see below ) are initialized . before operation . – The surround mode ( 14 ) is set to “ AUTO SUR . ” Adjusting the output level of the speakers and subwoofer The items you can adjust differ depending on 1 the selected speaker position mode ( see the left column ) . • When the speaker position mode is “ S.SPK R ” : FRNT L = FRNT R = CENTER = SURR L = SURR R = SUBWFR = ( back to the beginning ) • When the speaker position mode is “ S.SPK F ” : CENTER = SURR = SUBWFR = ( back to Sound settings and adjustments the beginning ) Selecting the speaker position 2 Adjust the output level . mode Select the speaker position mode according to your speaker layout ( 7 ) . 1 Turn off the System . ( 12 ) Different output level settings can be stored for the following two groups of sources : « Hold 2 1 and VIDEO2 – TH - D70 : DVD , USB , IPod , VIDEO1 * TH - D50 : DVD , USB , IPod and VIDEO Select the appropriate speaker position mode 3 2 – TH - D70 : FM , AM and VIDEO1 * according to your speaker layout ( 7 ) . TH - D50 : FM and AM You can also make adjustments from the LEVEL For speaker layout A menu ( 31 ) when the speaker position mode is “ S.SPK R . ” 1 With “ COAX ” or “ OPT ” selected as the audio input setting * S.SPK R ( 14 ) ( Surround 2 speaker : Rear ) * With “ 5.1CH ” selected as the audio input setting ( 14 ) • The R indicator Adjusting the bass and treble lights on the display . sounds For speaker layout B 1 TRE Adjusts the treble sound BASS Adjusts the bass sound S.SPK F ( Surround 2 Adjust the level . speaker : Front ) • The F indicator lights on the display . 13
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 14 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Using the surround mode Available surround modes Surround mode for “ S.SPK R ” Select one of the available surround modes . Selects an appropriate AUTO SUR The surround modes you can select depend on the surround mode according to ( Auto Surround ) playback source and the selected speaker position the incoming signals mode ( 13 ) . For details on each surround MOVIE ( Dolby Pro mode , see “ Available surround modes ” on the For movie sources Logic II Movie ) right column . MUSIC ( Dolby Pro For music sources • During 2 - channel playback with “ S.SPK R ” speaker Logic II Music ) position mode : Adds clarity and spreads the AUTO SUR = MOVIE = MUSIC = STADIUM STADIUM sound , as if in an outdoor = ALL ST = OFF = ( back to the beginning ) stadium When the source is “ FM ” or “ AM , ” you can only ALL ST Reproduces a larger stereo select “ ALL ST . ” ( All Channel sound field using all the Stereo ) activated speakers • During multi - channel playback with “ S.SPK R ” speaker position mode : OFF ( Off ) Deactivates surround mode AUTO SUR = currently selected mode * = OFF = Surround mode for “ S.SPK F ” ( back to the beginning ) Selects an appropriate AUTO SUR When “ AUTO SUR ” is selected , the System * surround mode according to ( Auto Surround ) automatically selects a proper multi - channel surround the incoming signals mode , such as “ DOLBY D ( Dolby Digital ) ” or “ DTS For movie or multi - channel ( DTS Digital Surround ) . ” MOVIE music sources • During playback with “ S.SPK F ” speaker position WIDE / 2CH For 2 - channel music sources mode : SUPER W Reproduces broader sound AUTO SUR = MOVIE = WIDE / 2CH = ( Super Wide ) field SUPER W = OFF = ( back to the beginning ) OFF ( Off ) Deactivates surround mode When the source is “ FM ” or “ AM , ” the surround mode cannot be activated . To check the surround mode currently selected , press Setting the audio input for SURROUND once . external components TH - D70 only : When the source is “ VIDEO1 ” with Set the audio input of the external component for “ 5.1CH ” selected as the audio input setting ( see the “ VIDEO1 / VIDEO2 ” ( TH - D70 ) or “ VIDEO ” right column ) , the surround mode setting is ( TH - D50 ) . ineffective . All incoming signals are emitted through the corresponding speakers . “ MULTI CH ” appears 1 on the display . During playback of ASF , MPEG - 2 or MPEG - 1 files , 2 Select “ AIN . ( audio input ) . ” the surround mode setting is ineffective . During playback of DivX , the surround mode setting is effective only for multi - channel files with “ S.SPK R ” 1 Item * Current setting selected as the speaker position mode . For DVD Audio , when “ LR ONLY ” appears on the 3 TH - D70 only : Select a source you want to set the display , activate the surround mode for the multi - audio input for . channel reproduction . While the Karaoke function ( 32 ) is in use , the AIN . 1 : For “ VIDEO1 ” surround mode is canceled . AIN . 2 : For “ VIDEO2 ” Continued on the next page 14
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 15 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM See page 13 for button Sound and monitor settings locations . 4 Select an appropriate audio input according to 3 Select an appropriate color system and the audio connection . ( 9 ) scanning mode , then confirm the selection . For connection via the 2CH AUDIO IN jacks For connection via the Select Confirm 5.1CH AUDIO MULTI IN jacks • When connecting the TV via the HDMI MONITOR For connection via the COAX OUT terminal , the following items are selectable : COAXIAL jack AUTO , NT 480P , NT 720P , NT 1080I , PAL 576P , For connection via the OPT PAL 720P and PAL 1080I OPTICAL terminal – Normally select “ AUTO . ” When “ AUTO ” is selected , the System You can select the following settings for each source automatically emits the video signal to get the ( underlined items are the initial settings for each best picture quality on your TV . source ) : The HD indicator lights when the System is 2 3 3 , COAX * and OPT * – “ VIDEO1 ” : 5.1CH * emitting “ 720P ” ( NT / PAL ) or “ 1080I ” ( NT / PAL ) 3 3 video signals . – “ VIDEO2 ” : 2CH , COAX * and OPT * – “ VIDEO ” : 2CH and OPT If your System is the TH - D70 , make the audio input • When connecting the TV via COMPONENT jacks , setting for both “ VIDEO1 ” and “ VIDEO2 . ” S - VIDEO or VIDEO jack , the following items are 1 selectable : “ AIN . 1 : ” or “ AIN . 2 : ” appears for TH - D70 , and “ AIN . ” for * NT 480I , NT 480P , PAL 576I and PAL 576P TH - D50 . – When connecting the TV via the S - VIDEO or 2 * TH - D70 only : When the speaker position mode is set to VIDEO jack , selecting a progressive scanning “ S.SPK F , ” “ 5.1CH ” cannot be selected . mode does not affect the picture . 3 * TH - D70 only : It is not possible to select the same audio input setting for “ VIDEO1 ” and “ VIDEO2 . ” For example , If another TV is connected through the HDMI when “ COAX ” is assigned to “ VIDEO1 , ” it cannot be MONITOR OUT terminal , you cannot change selected for “ VIDEO2 . ” the color system and scanning mode for the TV connected through the COMPONENT jacks , S - VIDEO or VIDEO jack . Selecting the color system and You can get better picture quality in the progressive scanning than in the interlaced scanning . scanning mode When the color system or scanning mode does not Select the color system and scanning mode for correspond to that of the TV , the picture is not the sources “ DVD ” and “ USB ” according to the displayed normally . type of TV and to connection method . To use the progressive scanning mode , connect a TV supporting progressive video signals to the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal or COMPONENT jacks . ( 8 ) 1 Select “ DVD ” or “ USB ” as the source . ( 12 ) « Hold The number of scanning lines 2 NT 480 Scanning mode Color system I : Interlaced NT : NTSC P : Progressive PAL : PAL 15
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 16 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM FM / AM tuner operations You can also tune in to a station automatically . Press Set the remote control mode and hold TUNING 9 / TUNING ( until the station before operation . search starts . The system automatically tunes in the * first - found station of sufficient signal strength . You can also tune in to the station by pressing cursor 5 / Y . • Select the desired band ( “ FM ” or “ AM ” ) you want to listen to . Preset tuning ( 12 ) You can preset 30 FM stations and 15 AM stations . * TH - D50 : The FM / AM button is used instead of FM / AM / XM . Storing the preset stations 1 Tune in to the station you want to preset . “ _ _ ” flashes on the display . Perform the next 2 step while “ _ _ ” is flashing . 3 Select a preset number , then store the station to that number . Store 1 Enter a preset number * • “ STORED ” appears on the display . Tuning in to a preset station Setting the AM tuner interval Select a preset number . * spacing Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart , and some countries use 10 kHz spacing . You can only change the AM tuner interval spacing while You can also select a preset number 2 selecting “ AM ” as the band . or PRESET ( / CAT ) by pressing PRESET ( / CAT ) UP * 2 • This operation is available when the System is turned off . DOWN * . 1 To change the interval To change the interval For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the * spacing into 10 kHz spacing into 9 kHz number buttons ” ( 11 ) . 2 * TH - D50 : The PRESET UP or PRESET DOWN button is « Hold « Hold used instead of PRESET / CAT UP or PRESET / CAT DOWN . ( On the center unit ) ( On the center unit ) Selecting the FM reception mode When the stereo FM program currently tuned in is noisy , you can change the FM reception mode to improve the reception . Manual tuning Normally select this . Tuning in to a station • When a stereo station is tuned in , AUTO the ST indicator lights on the display . Select to improve reception . ( You MONO will lose the stereo effect . ) 16
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 17 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM XM Satellite Radio operations How to subscribe XM Satellite Radio operations are available on Hardware and required monthly subscription sold TH - D70 only . separately . Other fees and taxes , including a one - time activation fee may apply . Subscription fee is consumer only . Set the remote control mode All fees and programming subject to change . Channels with before operation . frequent explicit language are indicated with an XL . Channel blocking is available for XM radio receivers by calling 1 - 800 - XMRADIO ( US residents ) and 1 - 877 - GET - XMSR ( Canadian residents ) . • Select “ XM ” as the source . For a full listing of the XM commercial - free channels and ( 12 ) advertising - supported channels , visit lineup.xmradio.com ( US residents ) and xmradio.ca ( Canadian residents ) . Only available in the 48 contiguous United States and Canada . To start subscribing , you need to have the XM Satellite Radio ID code . To find the ID code , see “ How to find the XM Satellite Radio ID code ” below . • The following channels are available without subscription : – Channel 0 : For checking the XM Satellite Radio ID code – Channel 1 : “ XM Preview ” channel Select “ XM ” as the source before starting subscription , and keep the source “ XM ” until subscribing is completed . How to find the XM Satellite Radio ID code Tune in to “ Channel 0 ” to check your XM Satellite About XM Satellite Radio Radio ID code . XM Satellite Radio offers an extraordinary variety of The 8 - digit ( alphanumeric ) ID code is displayed . commercial - free music , plus the best in sports , news , talk • To cancel the ID code display , select any channel other and entertainment . XM is broadcast in superior digital than “ Channel 0 . ” audio from coast to coast . From rock to reggae , from classical to hip hop , XM has something for every music Finding the best position for the XM fan . XM’s dedication to playing the richest selection of Mini - Tuner Home Dock antenna music is matched by its passion for live sporting events , You can place the XM Mini - Tuner Home Dock antenna talk radio , up - to - the - minute news , stand - up comedy , optimally by checking the signal strength shown on the children’s programming , and much more . display . For U.S . customers , information about XM Satellite Radio is available online at www.xmradio.com . For Canadian « Hold 1 customers , information about XM Canada is online at Antenna Aiming display www.xmradio.ca . Aim the XM Mini - Tuner Home Dock antenna 2 For messages appearing on the display , see to the direction at where you get best signal “ Messages shown on the display while listening to strength value — either “ S ” ( Satellite ) or “ T ” the XM Satellite Radio ” ( 36 ) . ( Terrestrial ) . • The signal strength value is from 0 ( worst ) to 4 ( best ) . Preparations • The most reliable reception is achieved when signal strength values are at least 3 on both Satellite and Make sure that you have the following items to enable Terrestrial . Terrestrial coverage is available only in you to listen to the XM Satellite Radio stations : large metropolitan cities . • The XM Mini - Tuner system — XM Mini - Tuner and XM Mini - Tuner Home Dock antenna 3 • A subscription to XM Satellite Radio 17
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 18 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Manual tuning Preset tuning You can preset 30 XM Satellite Radio channels . To search a channel Storing the preset channels 1 Tune in to the channel you want to preset . “ _ _ ” flashes on the display . Perform the next 2 step while “ _ _ ” is flashing . While searching , the invalid and unsubscribed 3 Select a preset number , then store the channel channels are skipped . to that number . TUNING 9 / TUNING ( are not used to select a XM Satellite Radio channel . To select a channel within the Store category Enter a preset number * 1 Enter the category search mode . • “ STORED ” appears on the display . Tuning in to a preset channel 2 Select the desired category name , then select the channel . Select a preset number . * Select category Select channel You can also select a preset number by pressing PRESET ( / CAT ) UP or PRESET ( / CAT ) 3 Exit from the category search mode . DOWN when the System is not in the category search mode ( the CAT indicator is turned off ) . To exit from the category search mode , see the left column . To select a channel number For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the * number buttons ” ( 11 ) . directly 1 Changing the channel information 2 Select the desired channel number . * You can change the type of channel information which For details on using the number buttons , * appears on the display . see “ How to use the number buttons ” ( 11 ) . CH ( channel number ) = CHAN ( channel name ) = NAME ( artist name / feature ) = TITLE ( song / program title ) = CAT ( category name ) = ( back to the beginning ) If you turn off the power or select another source , the display is changed back to the channel name information . When tuning in to another channel , the channel name appears on the display temporarily . Some characters cannot be displayed correctly . 18
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 19 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM iPod playback Starting playback Set the remote control mode before Be sure to reduce the volume on the System to the operation . minimum level before connecting an iPod . Adjust the volume after playback has started . 1 Attach the dock adapter to the docking station . Dock adapter ( supplied for iPod or separately purchased ) Docking station for iPod ( supplied ) Before selecting the video source to play Make the appropriate setting for To detach the dock adapter video output on the iPod . from the docking station : Push the slot then pull up to remove the dock adapter . Disconnect the docking station from the center unit when attaching / detaching the dock adapter . Take care not to damage the terminal on the docking station when attaching / detaching the dock adapter . 2 Connect an iPod while the System is turned off . Compatible iPod types iPod model AUDIO VIDEO iPod nano 1GB / 2GB / 4GB √ iPod nano ( 2nd Generation ) √ 2GB / 4GB / 8GB iPod mini 4GB / 6GB √ • Connect the plug with the arrow - mark side facing up . iPod ( 4th Generation ) √ 3 Turn on the System , then select “ IPod ” as the 20GB / 40GB source . ( 12 ) iPod photo ( 4th Generation ) √ √ * “ CONNECT ” appears on the display . If an iPod is not 20GB / 30GB / 40GB / 60GB connected firmly , “ NO CONNE ” appears . iPod video ( 5th Generation ) √ √ 4 Start playing the iPod . 30GB / 60GB / 80GB * Only still pictures are available . • Press3 ( play button ) again if the iPod does not start If the iPod does not play correctly , update your iPod playback . software to the latest version . For details about updating your iPod , check on the Apple web site < http : / / www.apple.com > . • iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc . , registered in the U.S . and other countries . 19
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 20 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM If the iPod which is not listed in “ Compatible iPod types ” Play / pause / search / skip ( 19 ) is connected , the iPod may not be operated from To do the System . In this case , deactivate the iPod battery charge function so that the iPod may be operated , but the iPod Start playback cannot be charged through the System . To deactivate the battery charge function Pause « Hold “ P.OFF ” appears on the display . Fast - forward / fast - reverse « Hold « Hold search within the current track To use the battery charge function , perform the above Skip to the next / previous procedure again . “ P.ON ” appears on the display . item * * Operate on your iPod to skip to the next / previous item while playing back a video . • The iPod enters sleep mode when you turn off the System or select another source . • To show still pictures in the iPod , play them back in slide - show mode on the iPod . DO NOT connect or disconnect the iPod when the System is turned on . DO NOT touch the iPod terminal pins or the connector pins . When the iPod is not charged through the System , the iPod may not be turned on from the System . If the sound is distorted when audio sources with high recording levels are played , you are recommended to deactivate the equalizer on your iPod . To view a video / picture from the iPod on the TV , connect the System to the TV via the composite or S - video jacks . ( 9 ) You cannot send any data to your iPod from the System . The iPod battery is charged only when “ IPod ” is selected as the source . 20
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 21 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Disc / file playback The following icons show the available disc / file types for Basic playback the target function : Playing back a disc 1 Select “ DVD ” as the source . ( 12 ) Initial settings 2 ( On the center unit ) Make the following settings before playing back discs / 3 Place a disc on the tray . files . When placing an 8 cm • Color system and scanning mode ( 15 ) Label side up disc • MONITOR TYPE ( 30 ) • ON SCREEN LANGUAGE ( 29 ) Set the remote control mode before operation . For disc playback 4 Start playback . For playback of a file on a USB • JPEG : Slide - show starts . mass storage class device • MP3 / WMA / WAV : The file control display appears on the TV . ( 28 ) Playing back a file on a USB mass storage class device 1 Connect a USB mass storage class device while the System is turned off . Operating the touch sensor panel USB mass storage You can operate the playback control class device buttons on the center unit simply by touching them . When you touch any one of these buttons , it lights briefly in blue . 2 Turn on the System , then select “ USB ” as the source . ( 12 ) Playback starts automatically . Press 3 ( play button ) to start playback if the file is not played back automatically . • JPEG : Slide - show starts . • MP3 / WMA / WAV : The file control display appears on the TV . ( 28 ) If a still picture is displayed for about 5 minutes , the System automatically dims the screen ( screen saver function ) . You can deactivate the screen saver function . ( 30 ) When several types of files ( music , picture or movie ) are recorded on a disc or device , select the file type you want to play . ( 30 ) For messages and icons shown on the display , see “ Messages and icons shown on the TV ” ( 36 ) . 21
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 22 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM DO NOT connect or disconnect the device when the Changing the playback System is turned on . information You cannot connect a computer to the USB Each time you press the button , the playback MEMORY terminal of the System . information alternates between “ type A ” and “ type DO NOT connect the device through a USB hub . B ” on the display as follows : iPod does not play through the USB MEMORY terminal . When iPod is connected to the USB Ex . : When a DVD Video disc is played back MEMORY terminal , “ RESTRICT ” appears on the Information display . type A This System may not play back some USB mass 1 storage class devices and does not support DRM Chapter number n * Time informatio ( Digital Rights Management ) . When connecting with a USB cable , use the shielded Information type B cable whose length is less than 1 m . Title number Chapter number Play / stop / pause / search Disc / To do Information type A Information type B file type Start playback Title ( T ) number and chapter ( C ) number Stop playback Chapter number with Program ( PG ) 1 time information * number / Playlist ( PL ) Pause number and chapter ( C ) number 2 « Hold * Fast - forward / fast - 1 reverse search * Track number with 1 * To return to normal playback , press 3 ( play button ) . 1 2 Group ( G ) number time information * * 2 * Pressing and holding 4 / x also fast - forwards / fast - and track ( T ) reverses tracks or files . number Resume function Group ( G ) number File number and file ( F ) number The System memorizes the position where the playback has been interrupted by one of 1 the following operations : * For DVD Video , DVD Audio , DVD VR , VCD , SVCD or CD , • Pressing7 once you can change the time information mode ( 27 ) . • Turning off the power ( 12 ) For MP3 , WMA , WAV , ASF , MPEG1 , MPEG2 or DivX , elapsed playing time is shown . • Changing the source ( 12 ) 2 * While playing a VCD or SVCD with PBC ( 23 ) , only track number is displayed . To resume playback , press 3 ( play button ) or the corresponding source button . To clear the memorized position , press 7 twice . • Opening the disc tray or disconnecting the USB mass storage class device also clears the memorized position . This function does not work in program play and random play . ( 24 ) You can deactivate the resume function . ( 31 ) 22
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 23 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Disc / file playback Using the disc menu Locating a desired scene or song For DVD Video / DVD Audio Selecting the beginning of a desired scene or song 1 For a DVD Video disc For a DVD Audio disc To do Disc / file or 1 * 2 Select the desired item , then confirm the Skip chapter / track / file selection . 2 * Select the chapter / Select Confirm 3 4 track / file number * * For some discs , you can also select items by using the number buttons . Select the title / * TH - D50 : The TOP MENU / PG button is used instead of TOP program or playlist / MENU / PG / DIRECT . 3 group number * For VCD / SVCD with PBC • Enter the number while “ – – ” is flashing The Play Back Control function ( PBC ) allows you on the display to operate the VCD / SVCD using menus . Select the number of the desired The features above may not work for some discs / item while the menu is displayed on files . 1 the TV . * 1 For DVD Video , DVD VR , VCD , and SVCD discs , this * function is not available while playback is stopped . • To move to the next or previous page 2 * For DVD Video and DVD VR discs , you can select a title / of the current menu program while playback is stopped . 3 * For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the number buttons ” ( 11 ) . • To return to the previous menu 4 * When selecting the chapter / track / file number from the on - screen bar , see “ Using the on - screen bar ” ( 27 ) . Selecting the desired position of a To perform playback without PBC scene or song • While playback is stopped , select the desired track by 1 using the number buttons . * To do Disc / file • While playback is stopped , select the desired track by pressing x repeatedly , then press 3 ( play button ) . Move the playback To activate the PBC function , press TOP MENU ( / PG / 2 position back by or MENU ( / PL ) . DIRECT ) * 10 seconds ( one - touch 1 2 While playing back a VCD or SVCD with PBC * replay ) * ( “ PBC ” appears on the display ) , some functions such as time search , do not work . 1 For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the * Skip in approximately number buttons ” ( 11 ) . 1 5 - minute intervals * 2 * TH - D50 : The TOP MENU / PG button is used instead of TOP MENU / PG / DIRECT . 1 * This function works only within the same title / program / file . 2 * This function is not available during repeat play . 23
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 24 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM See page 21 for button locations . Playing at random — random Changing the playback mode play Program play and random play cannot be used for a USB 1 mass storage class device . Programing the playing 2 order — program play To return to normal playback 1 Press the button repeatedly until both the program window and disappear from the TV . To play the tracks in the bonus group on a DVD Audio disc during random play , perform the “ Playing Program window back a bonus group ” procedure ( 26 ) before operation . 2 Select the desired chapters / tracks . Playing repeatedly — * • For DVD Video , DVD Audio , repeat play MP3 and WMA : Enter a title / group The repeat modes you can number , then a chapter / track select depend on the number . * playback discs / files . • For VCD , SVCD and CD : Enter a track number . * To clear the programs On the On the TV Meaning One by one All programs at once display « Hold Repeat current group REPEAT GROUP Repeat current title 3 Repeat current program To check the program contents Repeat current playlist Repeat all titles / ALL programs / tracks / files REPEAT ALL To return to normal playback , Press the button repeatedly until both the Repeat current track REPEAT TRACK , program window and REPEAT STEP 1 disappear from the TV . Repeat current , chapter To program the tracks in the bonus group on a DVD Audio disc , perform the “ Playing back a bonus group ” No Repeat mode is procedure ( 26 ) before operation . indication deactivated You can program up to 99 steps . You can repeat the desired part from the on - screen For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the * bar ( A - B repeat ) . ( 27 ) number buttons ” ( 11 ) . For VCD and SVCD discs , this function is available only when PBC ( 23 ) is deactivated . This function is not available while playing back reserved songs for Karaoke ( 33 ) . For DVD Video and DVD VR discs , this function is not * available while playback is stopped . 24
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 25 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Disc / file playback Special picture playback Advanced operations Disc / file To do Changing the language / sound / scene angle To do Disc / file Play back frame by frame Select the subtitle 1 2 * language * Play back in slow - 1 motion * • To show / hide the « Hold subtitle , press SUBTITLE . 2 3 Enlarge the picture * * • Change the scene Select the audio magnification , then 2 / audio language * move the zoomed - in channel area . To return to normal playback • While playing back frame by frame or in slow - motion , press 3 ( play button ) . • While zooming in the picture , select “ OFF ” by pressing « Hold ZOOM repeatedly while holding SHIFT . Select the view angle For DVD Audio , the functions take effect for the moving picture part only . 1 For DVD Video and DVD Audio , reverse slow - motion is also * available by pressing ( SLOW repeatedly . For DVD Audio , the functions take effect for the 2 moving picture part only . * For JPEG files , you can zoom in only during pause . 3 * On some files , using cursor ( 3 / 2 / K / 5 ) cannot move the 1 For DVD VR and SVCD discs , the subtitle indication * zoomed - in area during playback . appears and can be changed by performing the above procedure even if no subtitles are recorded . 2 * Some subtitle or audio languages are abbreviated in the pop - up window . See “ Language code list ” ( 35 ) . 25
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 26 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM See page 21 for button locations . Adjusting the picture Special playback for DVD Audio quality ( VFP ) You can adjust the picture mode . Playing back a bonus group Some DVD Audio discs have a “ bonus group . ” 1 To play back a bonus group , you have to enter the specific “ key number ” ( a password ) . 1 Select a bonus group . 2 Select the desired preset , then finish the setting . The key number entry screen appears . On the TV On the display Finish Select 2 Enter the key number , then confirm the entry . NORMAL Normally select this . CINEMA Suitable for movies USER1 / You can adjust parameters that affect USER2 picture appearance . ( See below . ) Confirm Enter the number To adjust the picture tone When the key number is accepted , playback starts and 1 Select “ USER1 ” or “ USER2 ” ( see above ) . the BONUS indicator goes off . 2 Select a parameter , then confirm the selection . • If playback does not start , enter correct key number again . To clear the key number entry Select Confirm Controls the brightness of the GAMMA Selecting browsable still neutral color pictures Controls the brightness of the BRIGHTNESS While playing back a track linked to browsable still pictures entire picture ( B.S.P ) , you can select the still pictures ( turn the page ) . CONTRAST Controls the contrast • If a track is linked to browsable still pictures , they are SATURATION Controls the color depth usually shown automatically during playback . TINT Controls the tint Select the desired still picture . SHARPNESS Controls the sharpness 3 Adjust the parameter , then confirm the selection . Select Confirm 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust others . 5 When connecting the TV to the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal ( 8 ) , the VFP setting has no effect . 26
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 27 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Disc / file playback On - screen bar functions Operation from the TV screen Selects the time information mode shown on the display and the status bar . Using the on - screen bar 3 TIME * : Elapsed time of chapter / track You can use various functions from the on - 3 screen bar . : Remaining time of chapter / track REM * TOTAL : Elapsed time of title ( DVD Video ) / Basic operation procedure group ( DVD Audio ) / program ( DVD 1 Ex . : 1 * VR ) / disc ( VCD / CD / SVCD ) T.REM : Remaining time of title ( DVD Status bar Video ) / group ( DVD Audio ) / program ( DVD VR ) / disc ( VCD / 1 CD / SVCD ) * Selects repeat mode . 2 Function bar * / / / / / 2 Select the desired item ( see the right column ) , / / / : then confirm the selection . See also “ Playing repeatedly — repeat play ” ( 24 ) . : Repeats the desired part 4 ( A - B repeat ) . * Select Confirm After selecting this , select the beginning point ( A ) by pressing After confirming the selection . . . ENTER , then the end point ( B ) by • When the pull - down menu appears , select the desired pressing ENTER again . item by pressing cursor 5 / Y repeatedly , then confirm the selection by pressing ENTER . Specifies the playback point by the time . Ex . : Specifies a chapter to play back from . Specifies a track to play back from . Selects the audio language or audio • When a number - entry box appears , enter the number channel during playback . by using the number buttons ( 0 - 9 ) , then confirm the entry by pressing ENTER . Selects the subtitle language during Ex . : playback . Selects the desired scene angle in a multi - angle part during playback . To correct a misentry : Selects the desired browsable still picture . – setting : press cursor 2 repeatedly to clear the misentry , then re - enter the number . 3 * Not available for DVD VR discs – setting : re - enter the number . 4 * A - B repeat is not available in the following cases : • When changing the time information mode ( ) , – Between the different titles / programs of DVD Video or select the desired item by pressing ENTER repeatedly . DVD VR discs . – During program play or random play . To clear the on - screen bar – During the playback of VCD or SVCD with PBC 1 * ( 23 ) activated . The contents of the on - screen bar differ according to the type of discs / files . 1 TH - D50 : The ON SCREEN button is used instead of CAT / * ON SCREEN . 2 * During playback of ASF , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 or DivX files , the function bar does not appear . 27
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 28 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM See page 21 for button locations . Using the file control Using the program list / display playlist ( for DVD VR ) The file control display appears in the Program list following cases . – Audio files : Always appears . – Movie and picture files : When TOP 1 or MENU ( / PL ) is pressed MENU ( / PG / DIRECT ) * or playback is stopped . File control display Ex . : Elapsed playing time of Current group / total current track ( except JPEG ) group number Item number Recording source * Playback mode Playback status ( 24 ) ( 36 ) 2 * Date recorded Start time of recording Playlist Item number Number of chapters * 3 Track information * Current track ( file ) Date created Total playing time er Total track ( file ) numb Current group The title may not be displayed depending on the recording * Current track ( file ) / total track ( file ) number in equipment . current group To play back the desired item To play back the desired track / file To display the To display the 1 Select a desired group / track / file , then start program list playlist playback . * or The System starts playing the first item . 2 Select the desired item . Select Play • For JPEG : – To start a slide - show from the selected file , press 3 ( play button ) . – To play the selected file only , press ENTER . 3 1 TH - D50 : The TOP MENU / PG button is used instead of TOP * MENU / PG / DIRECT . 2 * When the source is “ DVD , ” “ FILE ” appears , and when the * TH - D50 : The TOP MENU / PG button is used instead of TOP source is “ USB , ” “ USB ” appears . MENU / PG / DIRECT . 3 * For MP3 / WMA / WAV only . 28
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 29 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Personal settings You can change the settings of the System according to your preferences and playing environment . Set the remote control mode before operation . 1 For disc playback For playback of a file on a USB mass storage class device 2 Select the menu . 3 Select the item , then confirm . Select Confirm Repeat this procedure until all the options have been confirmed . To close the setup screen Language menu ( LANGUAGE ) MENU LANGUAGE Select the language for the DVD / DivX menu . See “ Language code list ” ( 35 ) for the code of AUDIO LANGUAGE Select the language for the audio language . each language , such as SUBTITLE Select the language for the subtitle language . “ AA , ” etc . ON SCREEN LANGUAGE Select the language for the screen . 29
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 30 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Underlined items are the initial settings . Picture menu ( PICTURE ) MONITOR TYPE Select 16 : 9 wide - screen playback to fit on your monitor . For wide TV : 16 : 9 NORMAL / 16 : 9 MULTI NORMAL : For fixed 16 : 9 wide TV 16 : 9 AUTO / 16 : 9 MULTI AUTO : For ordinary wide TV For conventional ( 4 : 3 ) TV : 4 : 3 LB / 4 : 3 MULTI LB 4 : 3 PS / 4 : 3 MULTI PS • When selecting “ MULTI ” options as the monitor type for the multi - color system TV , the System emits PAL or NTSC video signal according to the disc / file , regardless of the color system setting ( 15 ) . PICTURE Select the source type of the disc / file contents when selecting the progressive scanning mode SOURCE ( 15 ) . : Normally select this . AUTO FILM : For a film source movie VIDEO : For a video source movie SCREEN SAVER Activate ( ON ) or deactivate ( OFF ) the screen saver function . FILE TYPE Select the file type to play when several types of files are recorded on a disc / device . : For audio files AUDIO STILL PICTURE : For picture files VIDEO : For movie files HDMI DVI Select the picture appearance for a TV with an HDMI connection . COLOR STANDARD : No effect applied . : Select when you need automatic picture adjustment . ENHANCE HDMI OUT Select the type of video signal output from the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal . : Normally select this . AUTO RGB : Select this when no picture appears on the TV with “ AUTO . ” Audio menu ( AUDIO ) DOWN MIX This menu is available only when the speaker position mode is set to “ S.SPK F ” ( 13 ) . Select the audio signal output to the TV connected to the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal . DOLBY SURROUND : For the TV equipped with Dolby Pro Logic decoder : For ordinary TV STEREO D . RANGE You can enjoy powerful audio even at low volume level while playing Dolby Digital software . COMPRESSION AUTO : Select this to apply the compression only to the multi - channel software ( except 1 - channel and 2 - channel sources ) . ON : Select this to always apply the compression . HDMI AUDIO OUT This setting is effective only for the source “ DVD ” or “ USB . ” Select whether the System emits the audio signal from the HDMI MONITOR OUT terminal ( ON ) ) . or not ( OFF • For selecting whether the external component emits the audio signal through its HDMI terminal , make the setting on the external component . 30
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 31 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Underlined items are the initial settings . Speaker setting menu ( SPK.SETTING ) SPK.SETTING menu is available only when the speaker position mode is set to “ S.SPK R ” ( 13 ) . LEVEL Adjust the output level of each speaker while monitoring the test tone . FRONT LEFT / RIGHT SPEAKER , CENTER SPEAKER , SURROUND RIGHT / LEFT SPEAKER : Select the speaker , then adjust the output level . TEST TONE : Turns on / off the test tone . DELAY Adjust the delay time of the speakers . Ex . : Subwoofer Center FRONT LEFT / RIGHT SPEAKER , 1 ms CENTER SPEAKER , SURROUND Front left Front right 0 ms RIGHT / LEFT SPEAKER : Select the 0 ms speaker , then adjust the distance from the listening position to the speakers . 3.0 m • 1ms increase ( or decrease ) in delay time 2.7 m 2.4 m corresponds to about 30 cm decrease ( or 2.1 m increase ) in distance . • Setto0ms for the furthest speaker from Surround right Surround left your position as the basis for the delay time 2 ms 2 ms setting . SUBWOOFER Make the subwoofer settings . LEVEL : Adjust the output level of the subwoofer . CROSS OVER : Select an appropriate crossover frequency according to the size of the cone speaker unit built into the small speaker connected . 120Hz : Select this when the cone speaker unit size is 8 cm or more . : Select this when the cone speaker unit size is between 6 cm and 8 cm . 150Hz 200Hz : Select this when the cone speaker unit size is 5 cm or less . Other setting menu ( OTHERS ) RESUME Activate ( ON ) or deactivate ( OFF ) the resume function . ON SCREEN GUIDE Activate ( ON ) or deactivate ( OFF ) the on - screen guide icons . DivX REGISTRATION The System has its own Registration Code for DivX playback . You can confirm the code of your System . • Once you play back a DivX file created by using the Registration Code , the System’s code is overwritten by a totally different new one for copyright protection purposes . 31
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 32 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Karaoke operations Basic procedure for Karaoke Set the remote control mode before operation . 1 Connect the microphone ( s ) to the MIC 1 or / and MIC 2 jack on the center unit . 2 Select “ DVD ” as the source . 3 Activate the Karaoke function . 4 Start playing a disc . • You can select the audio channel for a disc . See “ Selecting the audio channel ” ( 33 ) . • For the sound adjustment for Karaoke , see “ Sound adjustments for Karaoke ” ( 33 ) . 5 Sing into the microphone . 6 Adjust the microphone’s volume and the System’s volume . ( On the center unit ) • For the adjustment of the System’s volume , see “ Adjusting the volume ” ( 12 ) . • To deactivate the Karaoke function , press KARAOKE again . The indicator goes off . Always set MIC LEVEL to MIN when connecting or No sound through the microphone is heard from the disconnecting the microphone . speakers while the disc is not played back , but when Do not keep the microphones connected while they the headphones are connected , the sound will come are not in use . out of the headphones . ( For TH - D70 , the sound through the microphone will come out of the component connected through the AUDIO OUT jacks whether the disc is being played back or not . ) While the Karaoke function is in use , the surround mode is canceled . The Karaoke function is canceled when you start playing back DVD Audio , DVD VR , JPEG , ASF , MPEG - 1 , MPEG - 2 or DivX . 32
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 33 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM See page 32 for button Karaoke operations locations . Selecting the audio channel Reserving Karaoke songs The audio channel can be selectable You can reserve the songs up to 12 . with most of the Karaoke discs . 1 No Gr / Tt Tr / Chap 1 2 3 4 5 Each time you press AUDIO , the audio channel changes as follows : Reservation list • Example for a VCD : – ST : To listen to L ( left ) and R ( right ) audio channels . 2 Select the desired chapters / – L : To listen to L ( left ) audio channel . tracks / files . – R : To listen to R ( right ) audio channel . • For VCD , SVCD and CD : Enter a track number . * Sound adjustments for Karaoke • For discs / files other than above : Enter a title / group number , then a chapter / track / file The following items can be adjustable number . * when the Karaoke function is activated . 3 Repeat step 2 to reserve the rest of your selection . Reducing the voice To clear a reserved song recorded on a disc / file — voice masking “ V . MASK ” appears on the display . Clear Select To restore the voice , press the button again . To add a song The voice may not be reduced enough with some discs / files . Shifting the pitch of the playback sound — key control You can shift the pitch of the playback Select the position to Enter the chapter / add a song track / file number sound from – 6 to + 6 . 4 Start playback . For DVD Video / VCD / The reservation list goes off when you press For MP3 / WMA : SVCD / CD : RESERVE . To show the list , press the button again . You can additionally reserve a song after the song currently played back . To reserve a song , stop playback and perform the procedure in step 2 above , • Select “ 0 ” to return to the normal playback . then start playback . When you start playing back the reserved songs , The setting is applied only to the current title / track / make sure the reservation list appears on the TV file . screen ; otherwise , you cannot start playback . Depending on the type of the recorded source ( such For details on using the number buttons , see “ How to use the * as DTS Digital Surround software , etc . ) , you may not number buttons ” ( 11 ) . be able to shift the pitch . Applying an echo to your voice — echo ECHO 1 = ECHO 2 = ECHO 3 = ECHO OFF ( canceled ) = ( back to the beginning ) • As the number increases , the effect will be emphasized . 33
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 34 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Operating external components Operating external components Set the remote control mode before operation . Set the remote control mode before operating each external component ( see the left column ) . For TV Operating the TV Turns the power on and off TV For DBS tuner or CATV converter TV VOL + / – Adjusts the volume TV / VIDEO Selects the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) CH + / – Changes the channels For VCR 1 - 10 , 0 , h 10 Selects the channels ( 100 + ) TV RETURN Alternates between the previously selected channel and the current channel Operating the DBS tuner or CATV Preparation Make the audio input setting before converter operation . ( 14 ) Turns the power on and off VCR / DBS CH + / – Changes the channels 1 - 10 , 0 , h 10 Selects the channels ( 100 + ) Setting the manufacturer’s code Operating the VCR Before operating external components from the remote control , set the manufacturer’s code . Turns the power on and off VCR / DBS 1 Set the remote control mode ( see above ) . 3 ( play button ) Starts playback 2 Press and hold for the target component 7 Stops playback until the setting is finished . 8 Pauses For TV For DBS tuner or For VCR y Fast - forwards the tape CATV converter 1 Rewinds the tape « Hold « Hold REC Press this button together with 3 ( play button ) to start recording or together with 8 to enter recording - 3 pause . CH + / – Changes the TV channels 0 - 9 Selects the TV channels 4 Enter the manufacturer’s code . See “ Manufacturer’s code list ” for the manufacturer’s code . ( 35 ) 5 Release . If there is more than one code listed for the corresponding brand , try each one until you enter the correct one . Reset the codes after replacing batteries of the remote control . 34
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 35 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM References Manufacturer’s code list Language code list AA Afar IW Hebrew RO Rumanian TV AB Abkhazian JI Yiddish RW Kinyarwanda JVC 01 * Samsung 12 AF Afrikaans JW Javanese SA Sanskrit Hitachi 10 Sanyo 13 , 14 AM Ameharic KA Georgian SD Sindhi AR Arabic KK Kazakh SG Sangho Magnavox 02 Sharp 06 AS Assamese KL Greenlandic Serbo - Mitsubishi 03 Sony 07 SH Croatian AY Aymara KM Cambodian Panasonic 04 , 11 Toshiba 08 AZ Azerbaijani KN Kannada SI Singhalese Philips 15 Zenith 09 BA Bashkir SL Slovenian Korean KO ( KOR ) BE Byelorussian SM Samoan RCA 05 BG Bulgarian KS Kashmiri SN Shona BH Bihari KU Kurdish SO Somali DBS tuner or CATV converter BI Bislama KY Kirghiz SQ Albanian Echostar 21 LA Latin SR Serbian Bengali , BN G.I . 01 * , 02 , 03 , 04 , 05 , 06 , 07 , 08 Bangla LN Lingala SS Siswati BO Tibetan LO Laothian ST Sesotho Hamlin 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 BR Breton LT Lithuanian SU Sundanese Jerrold 01 , 02 , 03 , 04 , 05 , 06 , 07 , 08 CA Catalan SV Swedish Latvian , LV Pioneer 13 , 14 Lettish CO Corsican SW Swahili RCA 19 CY Welsh MG Malagasy TA Tamil DA Danish MI Maori TE Telugu Scientific Atlanta 09 , 10 DZ Bhutani MK Macedonian TG Tajik Sony 20 EL Greek ML Malayalam TH Thai Zenith 11 , 12 EO Esperanto MN Mongolian TI Tigrinya ET Estonian MO Moldavian TK Turkmen VCR EU Basque MR Marathi TL Tagalog JVC 01 * , 02 , 03 Philips 09 FA Persian MS Malay ( MAY ) TN Setswana FI Finnish MT Maltese TO Tonga Emerson 11 , 26 RCA 05 , 06 FJ Fiji MY Burmese TR Turkish Fisher 29 Samsung 24 FO Faroese NA Nauru TS Tsonga Funai 10 , 14 , 15 , 16 Sanyo 21 , 22 , 23 FY Frisian NE Nepali TT Tatar Gold Star 12 Sharp 27 , 28 GA Irish NL Dutch TW Twi GD Scots Gaelic NO Norwegian UK Ukrainian Hitachi 04 Shintom 30 GL Galician OC Occitan UR Urdu Mitsubishi 13 Sony 18 , 19 , 20 GN Guarani UZ Uzbek OM ( Afan ) Oromo NEC 25 Zenith 08 GU Gujarati VI Vietnamese Panasonic 07 , 17 HA Hausa OR Oriya VO Volapuk HI Hindi PA Panjabi WO Wolof * Initial setting HR Croatian XH Xhosa Pashto , PS Manufacturers ’ codes are subject to change without Pushto HY Armenian YO Yoruba notice . IA Interlingua PT Portuguese ZU Zulu IE Interlingue QU Quechua IK Inupiak Rhaeto - RM Romance IN Indonesian IS Icelandic RN Kirundi 35
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 36 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Messages shown on the display while Messages and icons shown on listening to the XM Satellite Radio the TV NO SIGNL No signal is received . The XM Mini - Tuner is not properly OPEN / CLOSE Opening or closing the disc tray CHECK installed or the XM Mini - Tuner NOW READING Reading the disc / file information XM TUNER Home Dock is not properly READING connected . Reading the DivX file INDEX . . . CHECK XM antenna is not properly The Region Code of the DVD ANTENNA connected . Video disc does not match the REGION CODE Loading the channel information code the System supports . ERROR ! LOADING and audio data . ( 3 ) The selected channel is not OFF AIR No disc or an unfinalized disc is currently broadcasting any signal . NO DISC loaded . UPDATING Updating the latest encryption . NO USB No USB mass storage class - - - - - DEVICE device is loaded . No text information for the selected Preset number CANNOT PLAY channel is available . An unplayable disc is loaded . and “ - - - - - ” THIS DISC CH - - - CANNOT PLAY An unplayable USB mass storage The selected channel does not THIS DEVICE class device is connected . Preset number exist or is not subscribed yet . and “ CH - - - ” RESTRICTED iPod is connected to the USB DEVICE MEMORY terminal . NOT SUPPORT The file cannot be played back . Troubleshooting Power does not come on . The operation is unacceptable . ZThe power plug is not inserted securely . Plug it in Playback securely . Pause Unable to operate the System from the remote control . Fast - forward / fast - reverse ZThe path between the remote control and the remote Forward / reverse slow - motion playback sensor on the center unit is blocked . ZThe batteries are exhausted . The scene contains multi - audio languages . No sound is heard . The scene contains multi - subtitle ZThe speaker connections and / or audio cord connections languages . are incorrect or loose . ( 5 , 9 ) The scene contains multi - angle views . ZHeadphones are connected . The sound is distorted . You can change the setting so that the on - screen ZThe speaker layout ( 7 ) does not match the speaker guide icons do not appear on the TV . ( 31 ) position mode ( 13 ) . No picture appears on the TV . ZThe video cord connections are incorrect or loose . ( 8 – 10 ) The picture does not fit the TV . ZThe monitor type is not set correctly . ( 30 ) No picture is displayed on the TV , the picture is blurred , or the picture is divided into two parts . ZInappropriate color system and scanning mode is selected . ( 15 ) Continued on the next page 36
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 37 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM References No picture is displayed on the TV or no sound • This product incorporates copyright protection comes out through the HDMI connection . technology that is protected by U.S . patents and other ZThe connected TV is not HDCP - compatible . ( “ HDCP intellectual property rights . Use of this copyright ERR ” appears on the display . ) protection technology must be authorized by ZDisconnect the HDMI cable and connect it again , or use Macrovision , and is intended for home and other limited a shorter cable . viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision . Reverse engineering or disassembly is Video and audio are distorted . prohibited . ZThe disc is scratched or dirty . • “ CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL ZAudio / video files have not been properly copied on to the HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE USB mass storage class device . FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND ZA VCR is connected between the center unit and the TV . MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN Connect the center unit and TV directly . ( 8 , 9 ) THE PICTURE . IN CASE OF 525 OR 625 VCD / SVCD operation cannot be performed . PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE PROBLEMS , IT IS ZSome functions do not work for VCDs / SVCDs when the RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER SWITCH THE PBC function is used . CONNECTION TO THE ‘ STANDARD DEFINITION ’ OUTPUT . No sound is heard from the external components , IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR TV or the video and audio do not match . SET COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL 525p ZThe selected audio input is not appropriate . Select the AND 625p DVD PLAYER , PLEASE CONTACT OUR audio input to match the component connected . CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER . ” ( 14 ) • USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ANY MANNER THAT The iPod does not play even though “ CONNECT ” COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG - 4 VISUAL appears on the display . STANDARD IS PROHIBITED , EXCEPT FOR USE ZThe battery of the iPod is exhausted . Leave the iPod BY A CONSUMER ENGAGING IN PERSONAL connected for at least 10 minutes . AND NON - COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES . The iPod cannot be operated from the System . • DivX , DivX Ultra Certified , and associated logos are ZThe iPod battery charge function is deactivated . trademarks of DivX , Inc . and are used under license . ® Ultra Certified product ( 20 ) • Official DivX ® ® • Plays all versions of DivX video ( including DivX 6 ) ZThe iPod is not compatible with the System . Check the ® media files and the with enhanced playback of DivX compatibility . ( 19 ) ® DivX Media Format iPod is not charged . • Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered ZThe source is not “ IPod . ” trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in ZThe iPod battery charge function is deactivated . the United States and / or other countries . ( 20 ) • DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format / Logo The broadcast is hard to hear because of noise . Licensing Corporation . ZAntenna connections are incorrect or loose . ( 8 ) • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . ZThe AM loop antenna is too close to the System . “ Dolby ” , “ Pro Logic ” , “ MLP Lossless ” , and the double - ZThe FM Antenna is not properly extended and positioned . D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories . ( 8 ) • “ DTS ” and “ DTS Digital Surround ” are registered trademarks of DTS , Inc . • HDMI , the HDMI logo and High - Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC . • HDCP is the abbreviation of “ High - bandwidth Digital Content Protection , ” and is the high - reliable copy control technology licensed by Digital Content Protection , LLC . ® is a registered trademark of XM Satellite • XMReady Radio Inc . All rights reserved . 37
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 38 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM Specifications USB storage Center unit ( XV - THD70 / XV - THD50 ) USB Specification : Compatible with USB 2.0 Full Output power Speed Front : Compatible Device : Mass Storage Class 140 W per channel , RMS at 4 Ω at 1 kHz , with 10 % total Compatible File System : FAT16 , FAT32 harmonic distortion . Bus Power Supply : Max . 500 mA Center : Tuner section 130 W , RMS at 4 Ω at 1 kHz , with 10 % total harmonic Tuner Range distortion . FM : 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz Surround : AM : 130 W per channel , RMS at 4 Ω at 1 kHz , with 10 % total At 10 kHz intervals : 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz harmonic distortion . At 9 kHz intervals : 531 kHz to 1 710 kHz Subwoofer : 140 W , RMS at 4 Ω at 100 Hz , with 10 % total harmonic General distortion . Power Requirements : AC 110 V / 127 V / 220 V - 240 V , 50 / 60 Hz Audio section ( selectable with the voltage selector ) Digital Input * Power Consumption : 160 W ( during operation ) DIGITAL IN 4.0 W ( in standby mode ) OPTICAL : – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm ( 660 nm Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : 435 mm × 115 mm × 270 mm ± 30 nm ) Mass : 6.8 kg Only for XV - THD70 COAXIAL : 0.5 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Corresponding to Linear PCM , Dolby Digital , and DTS * Analog input : For XV - THD70 : Digital Surround ( with sampling frequency — 32 kHz , VIDEO 2 AUDIO IN 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz ) For XV - THD50 : AUDIO IN Subwoofer Analog output : Only for XV - THD70 : For SP - THD7W ( TH - D70 ) AUDIO OUT Type : Bass - Reflex Type Video section Speaker : 20 cm cone × 1 Video System : NTSC / PAL Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Horizontal Resolution : 500 lines Impedance : 4 Ω Signal - to - Noise Ratio : 64 dB Frequency Range : 28 Hz to 200 Hz Video Output Level • m Sound Pressure Level : 75 dB / W Composite : 1.0 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : 353.5 mm × 351 mm × 248 mm S - video - Y : 1.0 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Mass : 8.5 kg S - video - C : For NTSC : 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω For SP - THD5W ( TH - D50 ) For PAL : 0.3 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Type : Bass - Reflex Type Component - Y : 1.0 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Speaker : 16 cm cone × 1 Component - PB / PR : 0.7 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Video Input Sensitivity / Impedance Impedance : 4 Ω ( VIDEO IN for XV - THD50 / VIDEO 2 IN for XV - THD70 ) Frequency Range : 30 Hz to 200 Hz Composite : 1.0 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Sound Pressure Level : 75 dB / W • m S - video - Y : 1.0 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω × H × D ) : 353.5 mm × 351 mm × 174 mm Dimensions ( W S - video - C : For NTSC : 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Mass : 6.3 kg For PAL : 0.3 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω HDMI HDMI Input ( VIDEO 1 IN ) ( Only for XV - THD70 ) : PASS THROUGH ( up to 225 MHz ) HDMI Output ( MONITOR OUT ) : For NTSC : 480p / 720p / 1080i For PAL : 576p / 720p / 1080i 38
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 39 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM References Satellite speakers ( For TH - D70 ) Satellite speakers ( For TH - D50 ) Front speakers ( SP - THD7F ) Front speakers ( SP - THD5F ) Type : Type : 2 - Way 3 - Speaker Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically 1 - Way Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically Shielded Type ) Shielded Type ) Speaker : 8 cm cone × 1 Speaker : 8 cm cone Power Handling Capacity : 140 W × 2 Impedance : 4 Ω × 1 3 cm dome Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Frequency Range : 90 Hz to 20 000 Hz Impedance : 4 Ω Sound Pressure Level : 80 dB / W • m Frequency Range : 75 Hz to 20 000 Hz × H × D ) : 98.5 mm × 214.5 mm × Dimensions ( W Sound Pressure Level : 83 dB / W • m 93.5 mm Mass : 1.0 kg each Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : × 1 100 mm × 280 mm ( with stand ) 280 mm Center speaker ( SP - THD5C ) 280 mm × 594 mm × 280 mm ( without stand ) Type : Mass : 8.9 kg each ( with stand ) 1 - Way 2 - Speaker Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically 6.5 kg each ( without stand ) Shielded Type ) Center speaker ( SP - THD7C ) Speaker : 8 cm cone × 2 Type : Power Handling Capacity : 140 W 1 - Way 2 - Speaker Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically Impedance : 4 Ω Shielded Type ) Frequency Range : 90 Hz to 20 000 Hz Speaker : 8 cm cone × 2 • m Sound Pressure Level : 84 dB / W Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : 435 mm × 99 mm × 93.5 mm Impedance : 4 Ω Mass : 2.0 kg Frequency Range : 75 Hz to 20 000 Hz Surround speakers ( SP - THD5S ) Sound Pressure Level : 84 dB / W • m Type : Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : 435 mm × 100 mm × 118 mm 1 - Way Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically Shielded Type ) Mass : 2.2 kg Speaker : 8 cm cone × 1 Surround speakers ( SP - THD7S ) Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Impedance : 4 Ω Type : Frequency Range : 90 Hz to 20 000 Hz 1 - Way Bass - Reflex Type ( Magnetically Shielded Type ) Sound Pressure Level : 76 dB / W • m Speaker : 8 cm cone × 1 × H × D ) : 98.5 mm × 214.5 mm × Power Handling Capacity : 140 W Dimensions ( W 93.5 mm Impedance : 4 Ω Mass : 0.85 kg each Frequency Range : 75 Hz to 20 000 Hz • m Sound Pressure Level : 77 dB / W Dimensions ( W × H × D ) : 98.5 mm × 215 mm × 118 mm Mass : 1.0 kg each Dimensions of the wall - mount attachment on the center and surround speakers : SP - THD7C / SP - THD5C SP - THD7S / SP - THD5S Unit : mm Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice . 39
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TH - D70D50 [ UJ ] . book Page 1 Friday , June 1 , 2007 1 : 42 PM TH - D70 / TH - D50 Mains ( AC ) Line Instruction DVD DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEM CAUTION for mains ( AC ) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN , do check that your mains ( AC ) line voltage corresponds with the position of the voltage selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment and , if different , reset the voltage selector switch , to prevent from a damage or risk of fire / electric shock . EN 0607RYMMDWJMM © 2007 Victor Company of Japan , Limited
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