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DVD RE ( 10 XV - H S ER ; TEM ENCEINT ! ISTIQUES 10 51 O - B Instructions d emploi _ _ _ = _ , , , o , o _ rl l _
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WARNING : TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD , DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . IMPORTANT CAUTION CAUTION : Tie Ig / tn ng flash with arrowhead syn / bol , w thir " The exclamation point w thir - an equilateral ar _ e _ uilater a _ t riangle , is i _ / te _ / ded to alert the use { TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO tr al / gle s intended to act tile usef to the to the preseT _ ce of u _ / i _ / sulated ¸ ' dangerous voltage " NOT REMOVE COVER { OR BACK ) . NO USER p _ esence of impor Ca _ / t operating and SERV ] CEABLE PARTS ] NSIDE . REFER SERVICING withJl / the p ¢ oduct s enclosu / e that may be of rl / aintenallce ( se / v _ cing ) inst ructiolls ill the TO QUAUFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL . sufficient meg nitude to constitute a risk of elect / ie litelature accom panyirlg the a ppliance s _ ock to persof _ s [ FOR U . S . MODEL ] CAUTION • Useof controlsor adjustmentsor performanceof proceduresother thanthose specifiedhereinmayresult in hazardousradiation exposure • The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard . Information to User Alterationor roodficationscarriedoutwithout appropriateauthodzationmayinvalidatethe user'sfightto operatethe equipment Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device , pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation This equipment generates , uses , and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions , may cause harmful interference to radio communications . However , there is no guarantee that interference will not occur ina particular installation If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected - Consult the dealer or an experienced radioMV technician for help [ For Canadian model ] IMPORTANT NOTICE CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT [ For U . S . model ] USE THIS ( POLARIZED ) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION The seria ] number for this equipment is located on the CORD , RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE rear panel . Please write this serial number on your BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE enclosed warranty card and keep it in a secure area . This EXPOSURE . is for your security . ATTENTION : POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR , UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU THE STANDBY / ON BUTTON ISSECONDARYCONNECTED UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT , SAUF SI LES LAMES ANDTHEREFORE DOES NOT SEPARATETH E UNIT FROM PEUVENT ETRE INSERESS A FOND SANS EN LAISSER MAINS POWER IN STANDBY POSITION . AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT . If the socket outlets on the associated equipment are not [ For U . S . model ] suitablefor the plug supplied with the product , the plug must As an ENERGY STAR e Partner , Pioneer beremoved and an appropriate one fitted . Replacement and C _ on Izasde _ that this pro _ ct mects mounting of anAC plug onthe power supplycord of this unit should be parfomed only byqualified service personnel . The the ENERGY STAR e guidelines for energy could exist if connectedto a socketoutlet . cut _ ' f plug m uctbe disposedof asan electricalshockhazard efficiency , tree1fa [ For Canadian model ] This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES - 003 . [ Pour le modele Canadien ] Cet appareil num _ rique de la classe B est conforme _ la norme NMB - 003 du Canada .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION READ INSTRUCTIONS - - AI tile safety and OBJECT AND UQUID ENTRY - - Never push operating il / structions should be lead befole • If this product is equipped with a polarized objects of any k [ nd into this product through tile product is operated ¸ alterTlatll / g current line p _ ug / a plug having ol / e openirgs as they may touch dangerous voltage RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS m The safety and Made wider than the other ) , it will fit into the out _ et ponts or short out parts that coud result in a operating il / structions should be retained for Oll _ y one way This is a salety feature ¸ If you are fre or electrc shock Never spi ] liqud of any future referef _ ce unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet , try kind oil tile product HEED WARNINGS All warnings on t he product reversing the p _ ug If tile plug should still lail to fit , SERVICING - - Do not attempt to service this al / d ill the operatll / g il / struct _ ons should be coT _ tact your e ! ect _ ician to replace your obsolete productyourself as open ng or removing covers adhered to outlet ¸ Do not defeat the safety pulpose of the may expose you to daf _ gerous voltage or other FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS m All operating and polarized plug ¸ hazards Refer all servicing to qualified service use ff / str uctions should be followed ¸ • li this product is equipped with a thFeew _ re personre CLEANING - - Unplug this product from tile wa _ l grounding type plug , a plug having a third DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE - - Unplug this outlet befole cleaning The product should be ( grounding ) pin , it w _ ll only fit into a grounding type product from the wall outlet and reler servicir - g clea ned only with a polishing cloth or a soft dry power outlet ¸ This is a safety feature ¸ If you are to qualified service personnel under the cloth Never cleall w _ th furTliture wax , beflzine , ul / able to insert the plug into the outlet , contact re1 owing condit ons : insecticides or other volatile liquids since they your electricia _ / to replace your obsolete outlet ¸ • When the power supply cord or pug s may cot lode the cabinet Do n _ defeat the sa [ ety purpose of the grounding damaged ATTACHMENTS - - Do not use attachments not type plug • f ] quid has been sp lied , or object s / ave fallen recoT / _ / % e _ / ded by the p _ oduct manufacturer as POWER _ CORD PROTECTION m Power _ upply cords into the product they may cause hazards should be routed so that they are not I [ _ eIy to be • f the p _ oduct has been exposed to ran or WATER AND MOISTURE m Do not use this walked on or p ; nched by items placed upon or water p _ oduct near water lot exa _ / % pIe , near a against them , paying particular att elation / to cords • f tile ploduct does not operate norma _ y by bathtub , wash bowl , kitchen sink , or lauTldry at plugs , convenience receptacles , a _ ld the point following tqe operating irstr uctiolls Adjust only tub ; in a wet basemef _ t ; or near a swimming where they exit frorc / the ploduct those controls that are covered by the operatirg OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING m If an outside pool ; and the like ¸ i _ / st ructlons as a _ / im [ _ roper ad ustment of other ACCESSORIES m Do not place this product on an a _ / tef _ na or cable system is cof _ nected to the controls n / ay result in damage a ; ld will often ul / stable cart , stand , tripod , bracket , Or table p _ oduct , be sure the anten _ / a o ¢ cable systen / is require extensive work by a qualif ed technicia n The product may fall , causil / g serious injury to grounded so as to provide some protection against to restore the p _ oduct to ts normal operation a child or adult , and serious dan / age to tile voltage surges and built up static charges Article • fthe product has been dropped or dar / aged in p / oduct Use oflly with a cart , stand , tripod , 810 of the Nationa _ Electrical Code , ANS _ / NFPA any way bracket , or table recom _ / % ended by the 70 , provides information with regard to proper • W / en the product exhibits a d stinct challge in rl / al / ufacturer , Or sold with the product ¸ A _ y groul / di _ g of tile mast al / d supporting structure , per4ormance th s ndicates a reed for service REPLACEMENT PARTS - - W / en repJacement mounting of the product should fellow tile grounding of the lead in wire to an a _ / ten _ / a ma _ / ufacturer s instructiof _ s , a _ / d should use a discharge ul / it , size of grounding conductors , parts are reqt . ired , be sure tie service techn cian mou _ tl _ / g accessory recommended by the location / of anten _ / a discharge u _ / Jt , con _ / eCtlOn to has used lepIacer ' / ent parts specified by the ma _ / ulacturer manufacturer oF / ave the same characteristics grou _ / di _ g electrodes , and requireme _ / ts for the CART m A product alld cart combination should be groundiTlg electrode ¸ See Figure A as the origir / a part Unauthorized subst tutions moved with care ¸ Quick stops , excessive lorce , LIGHTNING - - For added p _ tectioT1 for this product may resu } t in fire , electric shock , or other hazards a _ / d uneven surfaces may cause the product dur _ llg a lightning storm , or when it is lef _ a _ / d ca _ t cof / lbJ _ / atiof _ to over Cure ul / att elided al / d ullused for Iol / g periods Of time , SAFETY CHECK - - U pen corn plet on of a ny service ul / plug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the or repairs to this product , ask the service al / tel / _ a or cable system ¸ This will prevent damage tec / nJcian to perform safety chec _ : s to to the product due to _ [ ghtn [ ng and power line deterr ' / ine t hat the prod _ , ct is n proper operating condition surges ¸ POWER LINES - - An outside antenna system should WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING - - The product not be located in the vicinity of overhead power should not be mounted to a wal or ce ling lines or other electric _ ight o ¢ power circuits , or HEAT - - The product s / ould be situated away from where it call fa _ l iTlto such power lines or circuits ¸ heat sources such as radiators , heat registers , When installil / g an outside antenna system , stoves , or other products { includ ng amp _ fiefs } extreme care should be taken to keep from that ploduce heat touching such power lines or circuits as contact VENTILATION - - Slots and ope rings in tile cabinet with them might be fatal ¸ are provided for vel / ti _ ation and to ensure reliable OVERLOADING - - Do not overload wa _ l outlets , oper at _ o _ l of the p _ od uct and to p _ otect it Item extef _ sion cords , oF integral convenience overheating , and these ope _ / _ / gS must T _ ot be receptacles as this ca _ / result in a risk of fi _ e o _ elect tic shock ¸ b _ ocked or covered ¸ The opefli _ gs should l / ever be blocked by placing tile product OT1 a bed , sofa , rug , or ot her similar sur lace This product should n _ be placed in a buil _ in i _ stallat [ on such as a bookcase or rack u _ less proper ve _ / t _ latioT _ is p _ vided or the manufacturers i _ structiof _ s have been adhered to ANTENNA LEAD IN POWER SOURCES m This product should be WIRE operated o _ 1 _ ¥ from the type of power source indicated oil tile marking label ¸ If you are not sure of tile type of power supply to your home , consult your product dea _ er or local power GROUND CLAMP company ¸ ANTENNA LOCATION The appliance _ houid heart , tailed DISCHARGE UNIT in a stable Ioca [ io [ 1 . / NEC SECTION 810 201 NONUSE PERIODS The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when _ e _ unused for a long period o [ GROUNDING CONDUCTORS time . - INEC SECTION 810 21 ) _ OUIPMENT Fig . A POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM { NEC ART 250 , PART H ) NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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Energy - saving design Tbis system is designed to use 1W of electricity when power is switched to Standby . We Want You Listening For A Lifetime LL _ TI NING Used wisely , your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment . Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late , this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association's Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you've just Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment . Now exposure to excessive noise . This list of sound levels is it's time to consider how you can maximize the fun and included for your protection . excitement your equipment offers . This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association's Consumer Electronics Decibel Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by Level Example playing it a / a safe level . One thai lets the sound come through 30 Quiet library , soft whispers loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion - and , 40 Living room , refrigera / or , bedroom away from traffic most importantly , without affecting your sensitive bearing . 50 Light traffic , normal conversation , quiet office 60 Air conditioner at 20 feet , sewing machine Sound can be deceiving . Over time your hearing " comfort 70 Vacuum cleaner , hair dryer , noisy restaurant level " adapts to higher volumes of sound . So what sounds 80 Average city traffic , garbage disposals , alarm clock " normal " can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing . at two feet . Guard against / his by setting your equipment at a safe level THE FOLLOWIN ( _ , NOISES CAN BE BEFORE your hearing adapts . DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE To establish a safe level : 90 Subway , motomycle , truck traffic , lawn mower • Start your volume control at a low setting . 100 Garbage truck , chain saw , pneumatic drill • Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably 120 Rock band concert in front of speakers , thunderclap and clearly , and without distortion . 140 Gunshot blast , jet plane 180 Rocket launching pad ( ) nee you have established a comfortable sound level : • Set the dial and leave it there . tllJk ) rirlation courlesy OI the Deafness Research Founda { ion . Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent bearing damage or loss in the future . After all , we want you listening for a lifetime .
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Contents Language settings 36 1 Before You Start 6 Using Surround Sound 23 OSD language 36 Features 6 Adjusting the bass and treble 23 Audio Language 37 What's in the box 6 Using RBass 23 Subtitle Language 37 6 Using sound modes Using this manual Auto Language 37 Listening to surround - sound Putting the batteries in 23 DVD Language 38 the remote control 7 sources Subtitle Display 38 7 Listening to other sources with Using the remote control 24 Subtitle Off 38 7 room effects Hints on installation 24 General settings 38 Adjusting the effect level Avoiding problems with 25 Setup Menu Mode 38 condensation 8 Listening at low volume 25 Parental Lock 39 8 Direct recording Moving the system Changing the parental lock level 39 8 Discs compatible with this system Changing your password 39 8 DVD Video regions 7 Playing Discs Screen Saver 40 Introduction 26 Background Color 40 26 2 Connecting Up Finding what you want on a disc 26 Switching camera angles Connecting the speakers 9 11 Additional Information 26 Switching subtitles Placing the speakers 10 26 Switching the AM frequency Switching audio language Wall mounting the rear speaker 26 interval 41 Switching audio channel system 10 27 Setting the display brightness 41 Making a program list Connecting to your TV 11 28 Switching the time format 41 More programming options Connecting the supplied antennas 12 28 Taking care of your system 41 Using random play AM loop antenna 12 28 Disc lens cleaner 41 FM wire antenna 12 Using repeat play 29 Taking care of your discs 41 Looping a section of a disc Connecting external antennas 12 29 Storing discs 42 External AM antenna 12 Playing CDs only ( CD Mode ) 29 Discs to avoid 42 Bookmarking a place in a disc External FM antenna 12 30 Glossary 42 Memorizing disc settings Connecting other components 13 30 Language code list 43 Displaying disc information Connecting the power 13 Troubleshooting 45 Resetting the system 45 8 Using the Timer 3 Controls & Displays Switchingthe demo mode on / off 45 Using the wake up timer 31 Remotecontrol 14 Screen sizes and disc formats 46 Activating / deactivating the Front panel 15 Specifications 47 wake up timer 31 Display 15 Checking the timer settings 32 Using the sleep timer 32 4 Setting Up Switching on and setting the clock 16 9 Advanced Sound Setup Setting up for surround sound 16 Advanced sound settings 33 Setting the speaker distances 16 LFE attenuator 33 Balancing the surround sound 17 Dynamic Range Control 33 Using the Setup Navigator 18 Dual - mono setting 34 Adjusting channel volume levels 34 5 Getting Started Playing DVDs , CDs and Video CDs 19 10 DVD Setup Menu Basic playback controls 19 Using the DVD Setup menu 35 Navigating DVD disc menus 20 Video settings 35 Navigating Video CD PBC menus 20 TV Screen 35 Exchanging discs 21 Picture Quality 35 Listening to the radio 21 S - Video Out 36 Improving FM stereo sound 22 Still Picture 36 Saving station presets 22 On Screen Display 36 Listening to station presets 22 Angle Indicator 36 Listening to other components 22
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Features What's in the box Confirmthatthefollowingaccessorieasrein thebox Superlative audio performance with whenyouopenit , Dolby Digital * and DTS * * software • Remole control TheXV - IITD510deliversbreathtaking sound quality • K _ / R6PdU cell batteriesx2 withDolbyDigitalmidDTSdiscs . • AMloopantenna Graphical Setup Navigator • FMautenna gettingupyour hometheateriseasyusingthe • Videocord ( yellow ) graphical Setup Navigatol : Aaswerthe questioxtsthat • Powercord appear on - screen aid the Setup Navigatormakes the • These operating imtmctions uecessa _ , videomidlanguage settings foryou . • Wan'antyca'd • Speakercords 5m ( 16 ft . 5 in . ) x2 ffor front L - R • This product incorporatescopyrightpmtection speakers ) technologythat ispmtectedbymethod claims of • Speakercord 2m ( 6 it . 7 in . ) xl ( for centerspeaker ) certain U . S . patents aid other intellectual property • Speakercords 6m ( 19 ft . 8 in . ) x2 ( for rear L - R rights ownedbymacrovisionCorporation aid speakers ) other rights owners . Useof thiscopyright protec - • Speakercord 3m ( 9 ft . 10 in . ) xl ( for subwoofer ) tion technologymust I _ authorized byMacmvision Corporation , a _ d is intendedfor home aid other Using this manual limited viewinguses onlyunless otherwise This manual isfor the XV - HTD510DVDReceiveeIt is authorized I ) 3 , MacmvisionCorporation . Reverse dMded intoseveralsections : systembasicsm _ d engineering or disassemblyispmhibited . connecting up ( chapters 1 aid 2 ) ; ml explanation of * mamfactured under licensefrom Dolby the controls middisplays ( chapter 3 ) ; setting upfor Laboratories . " Doll ) y " aid the double - Dsymbol surmund sound aid other preferences ( chapter 4 ) ; are tradema'ks of DolbyLaboratories . Co * Odential gettingsta'ted ( chapter 5 ) ; advalced featurcs ( chapters unpublished works . © 1992 - 1997DolbyLaborato - 6 - 9 ) ; systemsettings midpreferences ( chapter 10 ) . ries . Allrights rcserved . Chapter 11providesadditional information , including a * * " DTS " aid " DTSDigital Surround " are glossaU of termsused in this mamal , and a tmuble - registeredtradema'ks ofDigitalTheater Systems , shooting section . Inc .
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Using the remote control Putting the batteries in the remote KeeI ) in mind the followingwhen using tile remote control control : Open the battery compartment cover on • Makesurethatthereate no obstaclesbetweenthe the back of the remote control . remotecontrolmadtheremotesensoron lheunit . • Usewithin 7 reelers ( 21feet ) of the remotesensor aud at au angle of lessthan 30 ° . • Remoteoperation may become unreliable if sh'ong sunlight or fluorescentlight isshining on the unit's 2 Insert two AA / R6P batteries into the remotesensoe battery compartment following the • Remotecontrollersfor differentdevicescau inlerfere indications ( ( _ , O ) inside the with each othee Avoidusing remotesfbr other equip - compartment . ment located nearby thisunit . • Replacethe batterieswhen you noticethe operating range of the remote startstu decrease . Hints on installation Wewant you toenjoy using this unit foryearsto collie , Close the cover . SOplease bear in mind the fbllowingpointswhen choosing a suitable location for it : DO . , , qo , / Use in a well - ventilatedroom . ¢ " Place on a solid , flat , levelsurface , such as a table , shelf or stereo rack . Caution Don't . . . • Removethebaneriesiftheremoteisnotgoing1obe X Usein a place exposedtohigh temperatures or usedfor a monthor more . humidity , including new radiators and other heat - • RemovedeM batteriespromptly they cal leak generating appliances . and damage lhe unit . X Place on a windowsill or other placewherethe • Whendisposingof used batteries , pleasecomply syslemwillbe exposed1odirectsunlight . with governmental regulations or environmental public # Usein an excessivelydusb _ or damp environment , institution's rules that applyin your countU or _ ea . _ € Place directlyon top of an mnpliflet ; or other component in your stereosystemthat becomeshot in use .
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g ¢ Usenear a televisionor monitor as you may experienceinteffereuce - _ specially if tile television OleiT _ L AUOIO mmiT _ L AUOIO OIDil _ P _ lmlO [ ReWn'table uses an indoor mlteuua . g ¢ Usein a kitchen or other morn wherethe system Audio CD compatibility : may be exposedto smoke or steam . • 12cmor 8cm ( 5 " or 3 " ) discs X Useon a thick mg or cag _ et , or coverwith cloth - - • Linear PCMdigital audio this may preventproper coolingof the unit . • CD - Audio , CD - R * madCD - RW * formats Place on an unstable surface , or one that is not CDsare dividedinto tracks . large enough to supportall four of the unit's fbet . * This systemcm _ play CD - Raud CD - RWdiscs recordedwith audio , lIowevel ; depending on the Avoiding problems with condensation condition of the player and the disc , you may find that Condensationmay form inside the systemif it is not all discswill play successfully . ( Forexmnple , if the brought into a warm morn from outside , or if the disc isscratched or dir _ , or if the player'spickup lens is temperature of the morn rises quickly . Althoughthe dirty . ) Notethat thisunit cannot recordonto fecordable condensation won't dmnage the system , it may discs . temporarilyimpair its perfonnmace . For this mason you should leaveit to adjust to the warmer temperature for about mahour beforeswitchingon and using . VIDEOCD Moving the system Video CD compatibility : Ifyou needto movethe system , firstswitch itoff and • 12cmor 8cm ( 5 " or 3 " ) discs unplug from the wall outlet . Neverlift or move the unit • MPE ( M digital audio during playback _ discs rotate at a high speedand may • MPE ( M digitalvideo bedanaged . \ _ ideoCDsare dividedinlo tracks . Discs compatible with this system DVD Video regions A _ aydisc that displaysone of the followinglogos should play in this system . Otherformats , including DXO - RAM , DVD - RODMV , D - AudCiDo , - ROM , SACDand PhotoCD AllDVDvideodiscscain ' a regionmark on the case willnot play . somewherethat indicatcswhich region ( s ) of theworld the disc is compatiblewith . YourDVDsystemalso has a regionmark , which you can find ou the rear panel . VIDEO Discsfrom incompatibleregionswill not play in lhis system . Discsmarked ALLwillplay in aW playel : DVD Video compatibility : • Single - sidedor double - sideddiscs • Single layeror dual layerdiscs • DolbyDigital , DTS , MPEGor Linear PCMdigital audio • MPEG - 2digitalvideo DVDdiscsare generally dividedinto one or more titles . Titlesmay be further subdividedintochapters .
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A Important Beforemaking or cha _ ging any rear panel conneclions , make sure that all lhe components are switchedoffand unplugged from the powersuppl } _ Center Connecting the speakers Subwoofer i Front R Front L Rear R RearL ' lhes ) eakerterminaltabsaudsupplieds ) eakercables Twist off the protective covers on the arecolo _ : codefdorsimplerconnection . cable . eonfdsthe speaker _ . , , _ Use the speaker cables with the red sleeves to connect the front speakers to the FRONT L and FRONT R terminals . 2 Press the speaker terminal tabs to open and insert the wire with the colored 2 Use the speaker cables with the blue sleeve into the colored terminal and the sleeves to connect the rear speakers to other wire into the black terminal . the REAR L and REAR R terminals . 3 Release the speaker terminal tabs to Use the speaker cable with the grey secure the sleeves to connect the subwoofer to the Colored tab speaker cable . SUBWOOFER terminals . 4 Colored Use the speaker cable with the green sleeve sleeves to connect the center speaker to Black taL the CENTER terminals . Forpropersound , it's importm _ tto connect lhe positive 4 Connect the other end of the cable to the ( coloRd , ) and negative ( black ) terminals for each speaker in the same way . speakercorrectg Colored tab
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A Important Caution The front and cenlerspeakerssupplied withthis system Donot connecta _ y of the supplied speakersto aW aremagnelicaflyshielded , lIowevel ; placing them other ampliflel : This may result in malfunction or fire . extrenrelyclose1oa televisionmay result in color ThisDVDreceiverhas been & signed for best pedbl : distortion on the screen . Ifthis happens , movethe mmlce when connected to llresuppliedspeakers . Wedo speakersa little further awayand switchof [ the not , therefore , recomnreudlhat you connect and use televisionfor 15 - 30 minules . other speakerswith thissystem . The rear speakersand subwooferare not magnetically shielded , so theyshould not be placed near a ' 1 _ _ or Placing the speakers mouitol : Whereyouput yourspeakeli _ n theroomhasabig effecton the quality ofthe sound . Thefollowing Wall mounting the rear speaker system guidelinesshould help you to getthe best sound fi'om your system . Before mounting • The subwooferca1 be placed on theflooe Ideally , • Rememberthat this speakersyslemis hea _ , Tand the other speakersshould be at about eaMevelwhen that its weight may cause the woodscrewtowork loose you're listening to them . Putting the speakerson the or the wall 1ofailto support it , in whichcase lhe floor ( exceptthe subwoofe0 , or mounting them ve ¢ speaker systemmay fall on the flool : This isextremely high on a wall is not recommended . dm _ gemus . Make absolulelysure that the wall issturdy enough 1osupport theweight of llrespeakersystem . Do • For the best stereoeffect , placethe fi'ontspeakers2 - not mount it on pl } _ voodboardsor soft - surfacewalls . 3m ( 6 - 9ft . ) apart . The mounting screws are not included with this • The rear speakersshould not be further awayfi'om unit . Please fiud the correct screws for your your listeningposition thau thefront speakers . application . • The centerspeaker should be as close as possibleto the * 1 _ screenso tha mmie dialog is localizedproperly . Wall - mounting bracket \ \ \ Woodscrew Rear L Rear R Protrude : 5 - 7mm illlelll Jill _ [ _ l BIi Bl _ , il _ lt _ i | [ el B | _ J Note • If you are unsure of the qualities aud strength of the Note walls , consult a professional for advice . Ifyou install the centerspeaker on top of 3 , out ' ' IN'b , e • PIONEER is not responsible for auy accidents or sure to secureit withtape or by sonreother suitable damage that result from improper installation . means . A _ Iunsecured speaker mayfall from the ' i _ ' due m external shockssuch as earthquakes , endangering those nearbyor dmnagiug the speakel :
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Connecting to your TV Supplied video cord S - Video cord ( not supplied ) Use the supplied yellow video cord to connect the VIDEO OUT jack to a video input on your TV . Alternativelyy , ou cau usem _ S - Videocable ( not supplied ) to connecttilt S - VIDEOOUT jack to a _ S - Videoinput on your ' I ¥ S - Videoshould giveyou better picturequality thau using the standard VIDEOOUT , • Se < SZVideOo utonpage36forhowtochangethe S - Videosettingbetween $ 1and $ 2format . 2 Optionally : Use a stereo audio cord to connect the audio outs of your TV ( or VCR ) to the TV / VCR IN jacks . Thiswillenable you to hear the ' IN ' ( or VCR ) sound through thissystem . • Ifyou want toconnect both your TVaud VCR , use the TV / VCR IN jacksfor one aud the AUXIN jacksfor the other : Note Placingthemainunit tooclosetoyour'I _ ' maycause interferencee , speciallyifyou'reusingan indoor autenna . If younoticeinterferencem , ovetheunit away fromtheI ¥
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It's also possibletofix theAMm _ teunato awall . When Connecting the supplied antennas iustalliug on a wallor other surface , performsteps4 aN 5 afterfirst securing lhe staN withscrews . Before FM wire fixing , make sure lhat lhe reception issatidactoU . antenna AM loop antenna FM wire antenna Connect the FM wire antenna to the FM UNBAL 75 £ 1 terminals in the same way as the AM loop antenna . For best results , extend lhe FMauleuua fully m _ dfix 1o awall or door frane . Don't drapelooselyor leavecoiled up . The suppliedantennapsrovidea simplewayto listen to AMand FMradio . Ifyou find that receptionqualib , is Note poor ; m _ ouldoor antenna should giveyou beltersound The sigual earth ( rb ) is desiguedto reducenoisethat occurs wheu au autenua isconuected . It isuot m _ quality - - see & * znecti * _ gexter , zaI a * _ tetznasbdow for morn on how todo this . electricals _ ' eb , earth . AM loop antenna Connecting external antennas 1 Pull off the protective shields of both AM antenna wires . External AM antenna Use5 - 6 meters ( 15 - 18 ft . ) of vinylqnsulaledwire and 2 Press the antenna terminal tabs to open set up either indoors or outdoors . Leavethe suppliedAM and insert one wire into each terminal . loopalleuua COlmected . 3 Release the tabs to secure the AM an - tenna wires . Outdoor _ / . . . " / ' " - . q 4 Bend the stand in the direction indicated by the arrow . 5 Clip the loop onto the stand . @ _ I Indoor 6 Place the AM antenna on a fiat surface I and point in the direction giving the best reception . Avoidplacing neat ' computers , televisionsets or other electricalappliaucesand do not let it come into contact 7S O coaxial c / able _ withmetal objects . 4 5 External FM antenna Use75gl coaxialcable to hook up au exterual FM auleuna . Donot leavethe supplied FMwireantenna attached .
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Connecting other components Tape deck , VCR , _ , , _ 4 4 ] MD recorder , etc . Use a stereo audio cable to connect the Connecting the power AUX IN jacks to the analog outputs of an Beforec0nnectingthepowerm _ dswitching0nfor the external component . first lime makesurethatevel } , thing is connected Thiswillallowyou to play the component through this properly . syslem , 1 Plug one end of the supplied power cord 2 Use a stereo audio cable to connect the into the AC INLET . AUX OUT jacks to the analog inputs of an 2 Plug the other end into a household external component . power outlet . Thiswillallow " you to recordfrom lhissystemto m _ external tape / MD / CDrecordee Use a digital coaxial cable to connect the DIGITAL IN COAX jack to the digital output of an external component . Thiswillallow " you to play a digital audio component ( MDplayel ; etc . ) through this syslem . A Important TheDIGITALIN COAXjack should onlybe connected to a PCmaudio oulput ( 32 , 44.1 or 48klIz ) . These include CD , MDand DKFplayersand satellitereceivers . Checkthe instructions that c _ le withyour other componentfor more details .
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15 ENTER Remote control 16 Cursor right / Jsefornavigatingmenusandonser _ n displays . 17 MENU Page20 TOP MENU Page 20 18 Cursor down Usefbr navigating menus and 0n screen displays . im im im im 19 SOUND Page 24 _ 11 [ _ ] 20 II Page 19 21 I _ / 1 ! Page 19 uom 22 RETURN _ Page 20 23 I < < / - PREV Pages1920 _ i _ mm i6 " m 24 _ / STEP / SLOW _ lll Pages 19 - 20 2 _ ; I , _ l , , _ / STEP / SLOW II1 _ Pages1920 26 _ / NEXT + Pages I9 20 mmma 27 1 / CONDITION ( SHIFT & 1 ) Page 30 mmmm 28 Z / LAST MEMO ( SHIFT & 2 ) Page 29 0000 29 3 / SEARCH ( SHIFT & 3 ) Page26 30 CLEAR Clears / canoetsrack / us functklt _ s mmmo DVD DISP ( SHIFT & CLEAR ) Page30 31 4 / ANGLE ( SHIFT & 4 ) Page26 a j 32 S / MONO ( SHIFT & S ) Page22 33 6 / SLEEP ( SHIFT & 6 ) Page32 34 > 10 SekvtsnumbersoverI0 Page20 FL DIMMER ( SHIFT & > 10 ) Pa % 4I 35 7 / PROGRAM ( SHIFT & 7 ) Page28 36 g / RANDOM ( SHIFT & 8 ) Page28 37 9 / REPEAT ( SHIFT & 9 ) Page28 38 REP A - B ( SHIFT & 10 / 0 ) Page29 10 / 0 Number but | on ( I0 and 0 ) 1 DVD / CD Pag _ 19,31 39 CD MODE Page29 2 TUNER / BAND Pages2122 , 3I 40 AUDIO Page 26 3 TV / AUX Pages22 , 31 4 STANDBY / ON PageI9 41 SUBTITLE Page 26 S MUTE SilenceJres | ore3s | 1sound . 42 SYSTEM DISP Page 16 6 TEST TONE / CH LEVEL Page17 43 DISC 1 Page20 7 SURROUND MODE Pagc _ 17,24 44 , DISC 2 Page20 45 DISC 3 Page20 8 DSP Page24 9 VOLUME - Lowersfile vo | mne . 46 DISC SKIP Pages 19,21 47 SHIFT Hdd Omen | o accessseconda _ ' * ° un ° n furK _ li ° ns 10 VOLUME + Raisesfile volume . 48 DISC 4 Page20 11 DVD SETUP Pagest8 , 35 12 Cursor up [ se hlr i _ avigatingmenus and on - screen 49 DISC 5 Page20 50 OPEN / CLOSE _ Pages 19,2I displays . 13 SYSTEM SETUP Pages I6 , 22 , 31 34 , 41 14 Cursor left [ Jsefor navigating menus and ol _ screen displays .
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Front panel 1 STANDBYindicator 9 DISC indicators CD MODE indicator 10 I _ 1 _ * _ Pages1920 ADVANCED THEATERindicator 11 141 _ 1 • 414 Pates 1920 DSP indicator 12 I _ / 11PageI9 2 Disctray 13 • Pagel9 3 Disc buttons Page20 14 CDMODEPage29 4 DISC SKIP Pages19 , 2I 15 TV / AUX ( / DIGITAL IN ) Pages22 , 31 5 EXCHANGE Page21 16 TUNER / BAND Pages2122 6 _ OPEN / CLOSE Pates 19,2I 17 DVD / CD Pages19 , 31 7 PHONESPluginapairofheadphoneshere , 18 STANDBY / ONPage19 8 VOLUME'l \ * rntoadjustfilevolume , Display PRO LOGIC O MIDNIGHT CONDITIO N ANGLE LAS T MEMO I • i : i : i . _ . = : i : . = . _ i : i : • i i _ . = : i : . = . i _ : i : • i _ . = : i : . i . = i : _ i : i _ _ . = : i : . = . i : _ i : i . _ . = : i : . = _ _ i : i : i . [ 3 _ , " = i = q'ii = = ' ' Di ' = " = i = ' ? i = ' D'i ' = " = i = ' ? i = ' D'i'I = _ " I = i = ° ' ? D . D - = i = - = . ° i = ? . . iD ii = . - i = = [ . ] i _ [ ] 1 1 DTSpage42 11 ANGLEpage26 2 Drl DIGITAL pages 23 , 42 12 LAST MEMOpate 29 13 Channel indicatorsShowwhichchmmelsareavailable 3 Drl PRO LOGICpage23 onthecurrentdisc . 4 _ ) Timer indicatorpage31 5 _ _ JSleep indicatorpage 32 14 Character display Whenplayingdiscs : Lettmright 6 _ Tuned indicatorpage 2I _ 2 displaysdiscnumber , | itle , chapter / trackm , inutes , seconds . 7 ( _ FM stereo indicatorpage22 15 RANDOM page28 8 O FM mono indicator page22 16 REPEATpage28 9 MIDNIGHT page25 17 DISC IALLDISCS indicates | he randomor repeal 10 CONDITION page30 too & ; page2 % 29
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Switching on and setting the clock Setting up for surround sound This systemhas a built - in clock , which needsto be set Youcau usethis systemright out of the box for to be able to usethe timer features . surround sound with just the defaultsettings , lIowevet ; for reallygreat surround sound , werecommend that you spend afew minutes making some settingsthat match this systemto your listening room . Unlessyou chal3gethe layout of your speakersor main listening C _ C _ C _ C _ position , you only13eedtomake most of these settings cJ a _ i _ OIICe , mmm _ iD _ E c _ i / c3 N H nmmm QDQDDE DQ I Press ( b to switch on . 2 Press SYSTEM SETUP . 3 Press the 41 or I _ button until you see TIMER in the display . Press ENTER . Setting the speaker distances Press 41 or In , - until you see CLOCK ADJ in the display . 1 Press SYSTEM SETUP . Press ENTER . 2 Press the 41 or I _ but - ton until you see ' Ihe displa } showsa clock , with the hour blinking . FRT . SP in the display . Use the • and • buttons to set the hour , 3 Use the • and • buttons to set the then press ENTER . distance from your main listening posi - tion to the front speakers . Use the • and • buttons to set the Ideally , } ' out'listeningpositionshould be equidistaut minute , then press ENTER . from the twofront speakers . ' Ihe displa _ bli 3ksto indicate that the ti _ lehas been set , The defaultsetting is 3m . Youcm _ adjust lhe rmlge from 0.3m to 9.0m in slepsof 0.3m . O Tip • PressSYSTEblDISPamtimetoseetheclockwhen ] the systemison or in staudb } _
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4 Press I _ to move on to the CENTER ] Note speaker se _ ing . It may not be possibleto accuratelyadjust the subwooferlevelusing this method . Youmay preferto S Use the • and • buttons to set the leaveit on its default settingmid adjust itto your liking distance from your main listening posi - laterwhen playingsun'ound - sound sources . tion to the center speaker . Thedefault settingis 3m . Youcan adjust the range • Youcannot change the DSPmode when Record froln 0.3m to 9.0m in stepsof 03m . mode isactive ( seeDirect recordi * zgon page25 ) . 6 Press I _ to move on to the SURROUND Press SURROUND MODE . speakers setting . Thesun'ound nmdecan be setto anything exc @ t SURROUND OFF or AUTO ( No test toim is output in 7 Use the • and • buttons to set the these nmdes . ) distance from your main listening posi - tion to the surround speakers . 2 Set the volume to a moderate level . Ideally , your listening positionshould be equidistant 3 Press TEST TONE ( SHIFT & CH LEVEL ) to from the surround speakers . start the test tone then adjust the volume Thedefault settingis 3m . Youcan adjust the range to a suitable level . froin 0.3m to 9.0m in stepsof 03m . The testtone playsthrough each speaker in turn : 8 Press ENTER to exit . • Fmnt left • The settingmode is automaticallyexitedif no • Center operation isperfommdwithin 20 seconds , • Front right • Surround right • Themare several other settingsthat you cm _ make • Surmund left from the SystemSetupmenu m further tailoryour • Subwoofer surround sound . Seechapter 9 for nmre on this , • The speakerdistance settingshave no effectwhen the 4 Use the • and • buttons to adjust the surround mode isset toVIR . SURR . 1or VIR . SURR . 2 , level of a speaker as the test tone plays . Seepage 23 for more on surround modes , For bestresults , sit in your main listeningposition when doing this . Youcan adjust each speaker in the rmlgeof _ ' _ Note + / - 10dB . _ u can't m _ e thesesettingswith _ e Reco _ modeon . S Seepage 25for how toswitchthe Recordmode 011J01 _ , When you're done , press TEST TONE ( SHIFT & CH LEVEL ) to turn off the test tone . Balancing the surround sound Youca _ further improvesun'ound sound performance bybalancing the levelsfi'om the subwooM ; centerand surround speakersrelativetothe front left ! right speakers . % help you judge the sound levelofeach speakera testtone isplayadthrough each speaker in turn ( make sum that themare no hemtphones connected ) . Adjustthe levelsuntil they all sound equal . the levelsyou set hem willapplyto all sun'ound modes . lIowevel ; you cm _ set levelsindependentlyfbr each DSP mode .
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3 Select START . Using the Setup Navigator • Ifyou decide uot to use the Setup Navigator ; select Beforeplayingm _ ydiscs , westronglyrecommendusing Auto Start Off here instead . theSelupNavigalolT : hismakesallthebasicDVD systemsettingsforyou . 4 Choose an OSD menu language . C _ C _ C _ C _ ic 0 Ez _ i umm _ S Select the type of TV you have . • SeeAsd ) ectratiointheglossa _ , onpage42ifyou're uusureoflhedifferencbeetweenwidescreeum _ d standardWs . 6 Select Save Changes to make the settings . Make sure that the system is switched on . Alsoturn on your I _ _ aud make sum that it issetto the correctvideoiuput . • Ifa disc that's ah'eadyloadedstarts toplay , press I to stopit . 7 Press DVD SETUP to exit . Press DVD SETUP . Cougratulmious , set up iscomplele ! The SetupNavigatoron - screendisplay ( 0SD ) appears : Ifyou waut to use the Selup Navigaloragain at any Genera ] time , it isavailable from the General meuu . Also , each indMdual settiugcan be chmlged using the appropriatemeuu opliou - - chapler 10explains all ( _ ) Setupus ] ngtheSetupNavigator meuu oplious in detail . _ Move Senti E × t Navigateall of the following0SDs using these controls : A • - - CUfsor up / dowu ENTER - selectthe highlighted menu opliou - go back to the previousquestion The control possibilitiesfor the current 0SD are showu at the bottom of each screen .
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• Donot place discsin the twopartially accessible Playing DVDs , CDs and Video CDs discspaces , as it's easyto misalign them . Useonly the Theb _ ic controlsM ' playingdiscs arecoveredhere . front - mostspace . Further functions ate detailed in thechapter 7 . • Whenusing the DISC SKIP bulton , wait until the disc h'ayhas come to a completestop beforeloading a disc ; the playermay malfunction if a disc iscaught in the disc traymechanism . • Donot rotate the disc h'ayby hand . Alwaysuse the c _ a _ DISC SKIPbutton . _ mm S Press I _ / 11 to start playback of the disc just loaded . • Ifyou're playinga DVDor videoCD , anrenu may OOOm @ peat : Seepage 20for how to navigate these . Basic playback controls I , . / 11 Starts playback or pauses a disc that's playing ( press again to restart playback ) . DVD and Video CD only : Resumesplayback of a stopped disc . 1 Press STANDBY / ON d ) to turn on the player . Stops playback . DVDand VideoCD only : Display showsresume ( press 1 , / 11to start 2 Press DVD / CD . playback again from the last place stopped ) . 3 Press OPEN / CLOSE _ to open the disc tray . - , _ Press & hold for fast reverse scanning . 4 Load a disc . ( After 5 seconds , scanning continues even after releasing the button : press l , qll to J resume normal playback . ) On the front panel use : 141 _ 1 . _ 41 I _ 1 , * Press & hold for fast forward scanning . ( After 5 seconds , scanning continues even after reJeasingthe button : press I _ / 11to resume normal playback . ) On the front panel use : I _ . 1 , - I _ Skips to the start of the current track or Loada disc withthe label sidefacing up , using the disc chapter , then to previous tracks / chapters . trayguide to align the disc ( ifyou're loading a double - On the front panel use : 141 _ 1 . _ 41 sidedDVDdisc , load it withthe side you want to play Skips to the next track or chapter . facedown ) . On the front panel use : I , _ . 1 , - I _ Ifyou want toload nmre discs , pressDiSC SKIP to rotate the disc tray . Youcan load up to fivediscsat once .
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Numbers Ifthedisicsstoppepdla , ybasctakrftrsom Navigating DVD disc menus theselecttreadcokrtidenumbIefthr . eestart SomeDVDdiscscontain menus . Sometimesthese are disicsplayinpgla , yba ) ucmk ptosth displayedautomatically whenyou start playback ; others oftheselecttreadcokrchaptneurmber only appearwhen you press menu or top menu . 710 Selectrtascks / tides / ch1a1apntedorvsen ( Foerxampfoler2 , 4p , res7s10 , 24 , . ) TOP MENU Displays the ' top menu ' of a DVD disc - - DISC 1 - S Starts playing the selected disc . ( SHIFTMENU ) this varies with the disc . ( On the front panel use : I - S ) MENU Displays a DVD disc menu - - this varies with the disc and may be the same asthe ' top p _ VPAI _ TY _ , mv _ , _ I D _ l L , menu ' , III _ ( SHI [ TI _ ! _ ) During playback , press and hold to start s [ ow - motion forward scanning . Change the RETURN Returns to the previously displayed menu speed using the 411 and III _ buRons . screen . During playback , press once to pause ; advance a single frame with each subse - _ 1I , _ • • Moves the cursor around the screen quent press . ENTER Selects the current menu option P _ VAD ] IT _ m , Numbers Selects a numbered menu option { some 411 ( SHIFT _ 14 ) During playback , press and hold to start discs only ) slow - motion reverse scanning . During playback , press once to pause ; reverse a single frame with each subsequent press . Navigating Video CD PBC menus SomeVideuCDshavemenus fronl whichyou cma choosewhat you wmlt towatch . These are called PBC A Important ( Ply , hack control ) menus , and aredisplayed Whileusing the DVDply , hack controls , you may see the aulomalicallywhenyoustartplayback . I _ or _ mark displayedOIl - SCI _ een . Youcan switch PBCoffbystarting playbackusing a I _ means that the operation isnot allowedbythe numberbulton1oselecta track , ratherthau llre _ - / ! I system . bulton . means that the operation isnot allowedbythe disc . RETURN Displays the PBC menu . Numbers Selects a numbered menu option . Displays the previous menu page ( if there is one ) . Displays the next menu page ( if there is one ) . I _ / II Pressto select an item from a PBC menu .
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Exchanging discs Listening to the radio Youcan change auy oftile discsnot in the play position TheMlowing stepsshowyou how to tune in to FMaud using the EXCHANGEbutton . Becausethe disc in the AMradio bmadcasts using the automatic ( search ) aid play positionisunaffected , you can use this button to manual ( step ) tuning functions . Onceyou are tuned to chalge discsevenduring playback . a staion you cm _ memorize the frequencyfor recall later - - see 5 ' avi * _ gstation pr , aeta " on page 22for mote I Press EXCHANGE to open the disc tray on how to do this . without interrupting playback . 2 Load a disc . mmm O00C Youcan IoM two discsat a tinm in the twofully accessiblediscspaces . Donot tL'yaad load discsinto aW of the other spaces ; the } , may not load correctlyand cause the unit to malfunction . 3 If you want to load more discs , press DISC SKIP to rotate the disc tray . 4 Press _ OPEN / CLOSE or EXCHANGE to Press TUNER / BAND to select the tuner . close the disc tray . Onthe remote , press repeatedlyto switchbetweenFM • Donot push the disc trayshut byhaud _ ter aud AMba _ ds . Onthe front paml , the TUNER / BAND exchalging discs . button switchesbetweenFM , AMaud presetstation mode . For now , choose either FMor AM . 2 Tune to a station . Therearethree waysto dothis : • Automatic tuning ' Ibsearch for stations in thecurrently selectedbaud , pressand hold either the _ or _ button for about a second . The systemwillstart searching fur the next station , stoppingwhen it has found one . Repeatthisstep to searchfor other stations . EveU time searching stops on a station , the 3 " _ ( tuned ) indicatorlights in the display .
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• Manual tuning S Press 41 or I _ to select a station preset number . ' Ibchaugetheffequeucyonestepata time , pressthe Mternatively , use the number buttons ( use the > 10 44 / I _ 1 _ buttons . Whenyou locate a station signal , button for llumbers over10 ) . the " _ l _ ( tuued ) indicator lights in the display . Ifyou use the number buttons , you cm _ skip step6 . • High - speed tuning Pressand hold the _ 1 or _ button forhigh speed 6 Press ENTER again to save the station tuning , releasing the button once you reach the preset . frequenWyou want . When you stopon a station signal , Repeatthese stepstosaveup to30 station presets the " _ ° ( tuued ) indicator lights in the display . Listening to station presets Improving FM stereo sound lIaving saved up to 30station presets , you ca _ be Ifyou're listeningto a stereoFNIbroadcast , but find that listening to a station with a coupleof button presses . there is a lot of noise becauseof a weaksignal , tU Press TUNER / BAND to switch to the switchingto mono . tuner . Press MONO ( SHIFT & S ) to switch Ifyou're using the front panel controls , pressTUNER / between mono and stereo . BANDrepeatedlyto selectthe preset stati0umode . Wheu listeningin mono , the 0 indicator lights iu tile 2 Use I _ 1 _ 1or I _ 1 to select the station display . preset you want to listen to . Mternatively , use tile uumber buttous ( use the > 10 Saving station presets button for lmmbet _ over10 ) Ifyou ofleu listen to a particular radio station , it's • Ifthe systenlisleftdiscolmectedfrom the ACpower convenieut to havethe receiverstore the frequeucyfor outlet for a lengthyperiod , the staiou presetswillbe lost easyrecallwheneveryou walt to listen to tha station . andwill have toberepmgr _ mmd . Thissavesthe effortof manually tuning in each time . Thissystemcm _ saveup to 30station presets . When saving FMfrequencies , the receiveralso savesthe mono Listening to other components setting ( seeImpr'oviH , _ FM stereosound above ) . Youmay haveconuected your ' 1 _ _ , VCR , or other components to play through this system . Usethe TV / Tune to a station you want to memorize . AUXbuttou to selectyour external equipnmnt as the 8oeListe * zDzgto the radio on page 21 for mote on how source . to dothis . Press TV / AUX . Press SYSTEM SETUR Pressrepeatedlyto switchbetween : Press 41 or I _ until you see ST . MEMORY • " IVinputs appear in the display . • DIGITALinput Press ENTER . • AUXanalog inputs 2 Start playing the source component .
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Adjusting the bass and treble Usingsound modes Thesimplestwayto shape the souud is by adjustingthe Thesouud modes allowyou to addvarious surrouud mnount ofbass aud treble . aud room - typesouud effectstoyour DVDsC , Dsm _ d other sources . These effectsprocessthe sound in various ] Note ways tosimulate differentspacessuch as a theater ; or • Thebass aud treblecontrols haveuo effectwhen concert hall . using the DSPmodes , or wlreu the surround nmde isset For DolbySurround , DolbyDigitalor DTSsurround to avthing other thau STANDARDA , UTOor sources , such as DVDsu , se theAdvaucedTheater effects SURR . OFF ( surround off ) . to add mum mnbienceto the sound ; for stereo - ouly • Youcaunot mtjustthe bass or treble wheu Record sources , such as audio CDs , use the DSPmodes . mode isactive ( seeDirect recordi * zgou page 25 ) . For each effectyou cm _ also adjust howstmug the effect sounds . Often , a mote subtleeffectleveleuhauces the 1 Press SOUND . sound better thau turuiug it right up . Experimeuttusee 2 Use the 41 or I _ buttons to select BASS or what worksbest for you . TREBLE . Use the • and • buttons to adjust the Listening to surround - sound sources sound . Wheuyou play DVDdiscswithDolbyDigitalor DTS Youcau seethe current levelin the display . sound , choosefrom the fbllowiugsound settings . • Auto - For digital sources , decoding isautomati - 4 Press ENTER . cally selectedaccordingto the source : DolbyDigital , DTS , DolbyPm Logic , 2 - charnel stereo , etc . Noextra effectsate added tothe source . Analogsourcesare Using RBass playedin the stone wayas the Surround Offsetting . lUaddition to the staudard coutrolsibr adjustiug bass • Standard - AsAura , except that 2 - channel aud treble , this systemhas a ffBassfeature . Switchthis ( alalog or digital ) sourcesate processedusing Dolby on to further extend the bass . Pm Logicfor surround - sound effects . ] Note The Mlowing six settingsare Mvanced Theater effects . • I _ Basshas l _ Oeffectwlreulistening through • Musical - Concerthall sound . headphones . • Drama - Classic , mid - sizemovie theater souud . • Youcanuot adjust ffBasswhen Recordmodeis • Action - Largem , odem nmvie theater souud . active ( seeDirectrecording on page25 ) . • Virtual Surround 1 ( VIR . SURR . 1 ) - 1 Press SOUND . Virtualsurroundsouudfrom justthemain frontstereo speakersaud a subwoofecUsethis modeif you cau't use 2 Use the _ or I _ buttons to select P . BASS . the surround speakers . 3 Use the • and • buttons to switch on or • Virtual Surround 2 ( VlR . SURR . 2 ) - off . Virtualsurroundsouudif youhavecouuectedthe 4 Press ENTER . surrouud spewers , but ate using them in fi'out of the listening position . • Rear Wide - Widensthe rear channel mun & tage .
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• Surround Off ( SUR . OFF ) - Alls0urcesare Note playedthrough onlythe front lef _ aid right speakers , • The DSPeffectscannot be used in combination with and thesubwoofe _ : Noeffectsare added . the sm'round modes or with 96MIzdigital sources . • When playingslereosourceswith DSPeffects Note switchedoff ' , them isno sound fl'omthe surround and • Timsurround nlodescmmot be used in combination center speakers . withDSPeffectsor with % kllz digitalsources . • Youcammt chm _ gethe DSPmodewhen Record • Youcmmot change the surround modewhen Record mode is active ( seeDirectrecordiHg on the fbllowing mode is active ( seeDirect recordiHg on the fbllowing page ) . page ) . Press DSP to select a sound mode . Press SURROUND MODE . Each presschauges the mode as follows : Each presschauges the sm'round modeas follows : • HALL 1 • AUTO • HALL 2 • STANDARD ( surroundon , with noAdvauced • JAZZ Theater efYbct ) • DANCE • MUSICAL • THEATER I • DRAMA • THEATER 2 • ACTION • SIMULATED STEREO • VIR . SURR . I • DSP OFF ( no effectsadded ) • VIR . SURR . 2 • REAR WIDE Adjusting the effect level • SUN . OFF ( surromldoft ) YOUCaUadjust the effectlevelwhen using one of'the DSPeffectsor AdvancedTheater effects . It isnot possible Listening to other sources with room to chauge the effectlevelof lhe AUTOor STANDARD effects surround mode ( or when DSPor Sm'round nmdes are Youcan addroom effects1oaudio CDsaud other slereo off ) . sourcesusing lhe DSPmodes . Differenteffectswork betlerwith differentkinds ofmusic , sodon't be afraid to r _ Note experinmnta little . • Youcmmot change the effectlevelwhen Record There areseven DSPeffectsto choosefrom : mode is active ( seeDirectrecordizzgon the fbllowing • Hall 1 - Large , wood - paueledconcert hall sound . page ) , • Hall 2 - Large , stone - walledconcerthallsomld . 1 Press SOUND . • Jazz - Livejazz club souud . 2 Use the 41or I _ buttons to select EFFECT . • Dance - Nightclubsound . • Theater 1 - Classic , mid - sizemovie thealer 3 Use the • and • buttons to adjust the souud . effect level . • Theater 2 - Large , modem nmvie theater sound . Youcan adjust the effect levelin lhe ralge of I0 to 90 . • Simulated Stereo - Virtualslere0f0rm0n0 souro2s , 4 Press ENTER .
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Listening at low volume Direct recording Whenthe volume islow ; surround effectstend to Thisfealure let'syou recorddirectly 1oan external becomelessthan satisfactoU . ' lhrn lhe Mi & light recorde _ ; without worL'yingabout the various sound listeningmode on to enjoyquality sm'roundsound even settings . The bass , treble , surround , DSPand Midnight at lowvolumes . settings are all bypassedso that the recording is direct - from - source . 1 Press SOUND . 2 Use the 41 or I _ buttons to select ] Nole M . NIGHT . • When lhe Recordmode ison you cmmotchange or adjust the bass , treble , sun'ound and DSPmode seltings 3 Use the • and • buttons to turn ON or or lhe Mi & lightselting . OFE • Oncethe poweris switchedoffor thefunction is 4 Press ENTER . changed , the Recordmode automatically revertsto off . • The M : Echannel is not recorded . ] Note 7 _ • * * oucannot change the blidnight modewhen 1 Press SOUND . Recordmode is active ( seeDirectrecordi * z , _ right ) . 2 Use the 41 or I _ buttons to select RECORD MODE . 3 Press ENTER . ThedisplayshowsRECMODEON , 4 Press ENTER again . The RecordModeisnow active . • ' ib switchoffthe RecordMode , repeat the santo proceedure , In slep3 abovethe displayshows RECMODEOFF .
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Introduction To switch the camera angle , press ANGLE ( SHIFT & 4 ) . • Mostof the functions coveredin this chapter applyto • ' ib hidethe'i _ _ \ angleindicat < chooseAngle DVDdiscs , VideoCDsand CDs , although the exact Indicator > Off fromtheVideo menu ( seepage operation ofsome variesslightlywith the kind ofdisc 3 ( > ) . loaded . • When playingDVDdiscs , if the I _ or _ icon appears on - screenwhen you tryand use a particular Switching subtitles function , either the playeror the discdoesn't allowthe ManyDVDdiscshave subtitlesin one ormore lan - use of that function . guages filediscbox willusually tell you which • When playingVideoCDs , some of the funclions are subtitle laguages areavailable . Youca switehsubtitle not available in PBCmode . Youca switehPBCoffby language awtime during playback . starting playbackusing a number bulton 1oselecta To display / switch the subtitle language , track , ralher lhan the ! _ / I ! button . press SUBTITLE repeatedly . To switch off subtitles , press SUBTITLE Finding what you want on a disc then CLEAR . • Ib setsubtitle preferences , seepage 37 . Youcandirectlyaccessanypointon a discusingoneof thesearchmodes . Usethesesearchmodeswhilea discis Switching audio language _ ) playing , orwhenit'sstopped _ playbackimmediately When playinga D \ q ) discrecordedwith dialog in two or startsfromlhepointspecified . morn languages , you ca switchaudio language Press SEARCH ( SHIFT & 3 ) ( remote only ) anytimeduring playback . to choose between : To display the current audio language , • Titlesearch ( D \ q ) only ) press AUDIO . • Chapter / l _ ' acksearch • Timesearch ( DVDand \ _ ideoCDonly ) To switch the audio language , press • Off AUDIO repeatedly . • Ib set audio language preferences , see page 37 . Enter the title / chapter / track number or time ( minutes & seconds ) . For exaple , for title4 , press4 . Switching audio channel For ch ? ler / track 12 , press 1 , 2 . For 45 minutes into lhe disc , Whenplayinga CDorVideoCD , youca switchbetween thestereosoundtrackj , ustlhe leflchannel , or justthe press4 , S , O , O . right . Press I _ / II to start / restart playback . To switch the audio channel , press AUDIO repeatedly . Switching camera angles SomeDVDdiscsfeaturescenesshotfromtwoormore angles - - checkthediscboxbr details : it shouldI _ markedwitha iconifitcontainsmulti - anglescenes . Whenthesescenesareplaying , a cmneraicon ( 8 _ ) ap - pearson - screen .
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3 Move the cursor to the TITLE / TRACK Making a program list field and enter a title or track number . Makinga progrmn listmemostelling the playerwhich tracks , and in what oNel ; you wm _ tplayed . Youca1 progran a sequenceof up tu 24 tracks / chapterstoplay from any of the discsloadedin the disc chalget : The [ ] [ ] Page lid UMov _ _ mPlay I _ q _ Exl discsca1 be anycombination ofDVD , VideoCDaid audio CD . Chapters / trackscan appear morn than once For DVDst , his number willbe a disc title ; for VideoCDs in the playlist , or cm _ be leftout entirel > and audio CDs , a track numbel : For example , to enter title / track 6 , press6 . % enter 1 Press PROGRAM ( SHIFT & 7 ) . title / track 14 , press 1,4 . • ' lb clear m _ entry , pressCLEAR . • D \ q ) only : If youWalltto put thewhole titleinto the progrmn list , jump to step 5 below : 4 If the current disc is a DVD , move the Thepmgrmn screen @ pears showing thefirst six steps cursor to the CHAPTER field and enter a in the pl @ ist . Navigatearound this screenusing the chapter number . cursor buttons . Jump tothe next six stepsusing the 1 _ , , 4 button ; tu the previoussix stepsusing the I ' , _ - ql button . 2 Enter a disc number ( 1 to 5 ) . Youcan use either the DISC1 - S buttons , or the number buttons . Press ENTER . S • If this isthe first stepyou're pmgramming , the Thecursor movesdownto the disc number field in the number of the disc that iscurrently in the playposition next step . will appear automaticall ? c 6 Repeat steps 2 - S to add more items to • If the unit has already read the contents of the disc the program list . you want to pmgram , the discdetails appear in the box 7 on the right ofthe screen ( typeof disc , number of titles / Press I _ / 11to start the program list chapters / tracks , etc . ) . If the unit hasn't yetread the disc playing . then ' ? ? ? ' appearsin the box for disc type . • Ifyou Walltto put the wholediscinto the pmgrmn Tip list , jump tostep 5 bdow . • ' 1 _ ) edit any item in the progrmn list , positionthe cursor on the item you wmlt tochm _ ge , then enter a newvalue using the number buttons . • ' lb deletea wholestep , position thecursor ml } _ vhere on the stepyou waut tudelete aud pressCLEAR ,
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Press RANDOM ( SHIFT & 8 ) repeatedly Note to select a random play mode . • The playlistremains activeeven ifyou open lhe disc The mode isdispl _ , ed un - screenand ill tile frunt panel tray and change discs . If a stepin the progrmn list display : camot be played ( because the h'acknumber is too high , forexample ) , that slepis automatically skipped . • Tudelele lheplaylist , stopplayback , then press • Random Chapter ( from within the current CLEAR . title ) • Random Title • Youmay seean aslerisk ( * ) @ peat'on - screenwhen program play ofsome DVDdiscsstarts . Theaslerisk means lhat lhepart of lhe discbeing playedisnot in the • Random 1 Disc playlist , but has 1obe playedwheneverthe disc isfirst • Random All Discs loaded in to the playposition . The asmriskwill disappear oncethe pmgrmnmed chapters start playing . 2 Press ENTER or _ - / ll to start random play . • lb stopthe disc and cancel random playback , More programming options pressI . There areseveral ulher options availablewhen making / • ' lb catmelralldom playbackwithout slopping using program lists . pl _ , back , pressCLEART . he restofthe disc playsout . To view the playlist , press PROGRAM Tip ( SHIFT & 7 ) . During random play , the 1 _ 4 and _ 1 _ 1 buttons To delete an entry from the playlist , function a littledifferentlyto nonnal : 1 _ 4 returns to position the cursor on the title / chapter / the beginning ofthe current track ! chapter : You can't go track number and press CLEAR . back further lhm _ this . I _ 1 _ 1selectsm _ othertrack / To add an entry to the end of the playlist , chapler at rm _ domfl'omthose remaining . press PROGRAM ( SHIFT & 7 ) , enter the title / chapter / track number , then press Using repeat play program again . Youcau set tile playerto repeat indMdual tracks on CDs To delete the playlist , exit the program or Video - CDsc , haplers or titles on DVDdiscs , awhole list screen , stop playback , then press disc , or all the discsloadedin the playee It's also CLEAR . possibleto loopa sectionof a disc . Youcau usethe repeat logetherwith lhe programming Using random play mode to repeatthe tracks / chaptersin lhe playlist ( see Usetile randonl playfunction toplay titles / chapters / page 27for howto progr _ l a playlist ) . tracks ill a raldom urdec Press REPEAT ( SHIFT & 9 ) during play - Howrandom playworksdependson lhe disccurrently back to select a repeat mode . in the play position . If lhe ' current ' disc is a DVDy , ou Each pressswitchesthe repeat mode : cau play either the litles or chapters on that disc at random . Ifthe ' current ' disc isan audio or VideoCD , you can playeither the tracks on that disc , or all the • Chapter Repeat tracks on all lhe CDsand VideoCDsloaded at random • Title Repeat ( D ¥ I ) discsloadedwillbe ignored ) . • Repeat Off
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2 Press I _ / II . • Track Repeat Theplayer automatically startsplaying the first CD • 1 Disc Repeat loaded . Onceall the CDsloaded haveplayed , the player • All Discs Repeat automatically slops . • Repeat off Tip • The Repeat All funclion repeats all h'ackson all • In CDMode , use the DISC SKIP bnlton to rotate audio madVideoCDsloaded . If , during repeat play , the the disc trayto the next CDloaded ( if them is one ) . unit encountersa DVDdisc , itwill start playing , but lhe repeatmode willbe canceled . • Youcan use repeat and rmadomplay in CDMode ( seepage 28 and this page ) . 2 To resume normal playback , press CLEAR . Tip _ Noteswitchon • Youcma't CDmodewhile playinga DVD Youcan use repeatplaywith progrmn play and random or VideoCD . Stopplayback first . play . During pmgram / random play , pressREPEAT • PrograJnplay is not possiblein CDMode . lIowevel ; ( SHIFT & 9 ) . it is possibleto pmgram a playlis [ Whenyou start progrmn play , CDModeis canceled ( see page 27 ) . Looping a section of a disc Press REP A - B ( SHIFT & 10 / 0 ) once at Bookmarking a place in a disc the start of the section you want to repeat , then again at the end . Ply , back immediatelyjmnps backto the start point and Ifyou watch onlypart of a DVDdisc with the intention playslhe looprelxeatedl } _ of pickingup later whereyou left off , you can boohnark the place lhen resumeplayback at a later dalewithout • On a DVDdisc , the start madend points of the loop having m manually search for lhe right place . must be in the santo title . Youcan use this fealurefor up mfivediscs ( after that • ' Ib resumenormal playback , pressCLEAR the oldestbookmark isdeletedto make spacefor a new To repeat a section of a disc just once , oIle ) . press REP A - B ( SHIFT & 10 / 0 ) at the At the point from which you want to start of the section , then I _ / 11at the end . resume playback next time , press LAST Ply , back jumps backto the start point . MEMO ( SHIFT & 2 ) . Press • ifyou wm _ ttostop playbackhere . Playing CDs only ( CD Mode ) _ ) To resume playback , load the disc and Usingthis featureyou cau play oIlly the CDsloadedin press LAST MEMO ( SHIFT & 2 ) . the disctray - - automaically skippingoverany DVDsor If lhe discstarts auto playback , stop itfirst . VideoCDsloaded . Thismay be usefulif you have a mixture of discsloadedbut only want to play music : • Toclear the boohnark fbr lhe discloaded , press you don't have lo keeptrackof what kind of disc is LASTMEMO ( SHIFT & 2 ) then CLEARwhileLast where in the disc tray . MemoU isdisplayedon - screen . Press CD MODE . ] Note TheCDModeindicator lights . • Boohnarking alsoworkswith \ , ideoc . ' , Db , ut for one • ' lbswitch off , pressCD MODEagain . disc only , mid you must leavellle discin llle player - - opening the disc trayerasesthe memo17 . LastMemoir , may not work reliablywith some PBC \ _ ideoCDs .
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• When a disc isstopped , all title / chaptel ; or track Memorizing disc settings information for the disc loaded appearson - screen . Press DVD DISP ( SHIFT & CLEAR ) again to exit the screen . Ifyou havea particular setof preferencesibr a disc , you can memoflze them using the ConditionMemo _ , Information : DVD function . Oncememorized , your settingswillbe recalled Title Chapter Title Chapter automatically wheneveryou loat that disc . The player 01 1 - 30 06 1 ~ 10 02 1 - 21 07 1 ~ 13 can store settingsfor 15discs ; _ ter this , memorizing 03 1 - 46 08 1 ~ 5 04 1 - 12 09 1 ~ 4 auother mplaeesthe oldestone stored . 05 1 ~ 8 1 / 1 _ Exit The settingsmemorized are : DVD - Video • OSD Position ( page36 ) • Subtitle Language ( page37 ) information : Compact Dis _ • Audio Language ( page37 ) Total Time 6.30 • Angle Indicator ( page36 ) Track Time 01 3.32 • Parental Lock level ( page39 ) 02 2.68 To memorize settings for the current disc , 1 / 1 m [ _ ] Exit press CONDITION ( SHIFT & 1 ) during CD / Video CD playback . To recall memorized settings , just load • ' Ib displaythe time remaining on a DVDdisc , press the disc . a11d hold DVD DISP ( SHIFT , & CLEAR ) . The displayshowsCONDITION atld Condition Thedisplayshowsthedisctimeremainingfor aslong Memory appears on - scl'een . asyou hold the button . Releasethe button to revertto • Toclear menmflzed settings , load the disc aud press the previousdispla _ t CLEARwhile Condition Memory is displayedon - screen , Displaying disc information Varioustrack , chapter a11dtitle information , as well as the videotransmission rate for DVDdiscs , can be displayedon - screenwhilea disc isplaying , or while it's stopped . To show / switch the information dis - played , press DVD DISP ( SHIFT & CLEAR ) . • When a disc isplaying , the information appears at the top of the screen , KeeppressingDVD DISP ( SHIFT & CLEAR ) to change the displayediilfonnation , DVD data transmission rate display
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9 Set the switch off time . Using the wake up timer Set in the sane wayas the switch on time , pressing Youcan use the timer as au alum clock tuwakeup to ENTERto finish . the sound of a disc lomiedor the rmiio . Ifyou havean external componentoperatedby a separate time1 ; you • Ifyou make a mistake , press SYSTEMSETUPaud cau also setit as the sourcefunction . start again f _ ' omstep3 . Oncethe tinmr is active , itwill switchthe systemon 10 Check the settings you just made . eveuday at the settime . Thedisplayshould indicate that you have setthe wake Unlikean ordinaU alarm clock , you needto seta up timer , then showthe on time , the off time , the systemswitchofftinm , as well as a switchon tinm . function ( DVDe , tc . ) , and the volume . The display showsCHECKEND _ ter all the settings . Select the source that you'd like to wake • There isno direct waytoedit the tinmr settings . If up to . you see thai some timer setting isnot what you'd Foradisc , pressDVD / CD ; for theradiopressTUNER / intended , you'll need tostart the processagain f _ ' omthe BAND ; for all external component , pressTV / AUX . top . 2 Load a disc or tune to a radio station , 11 Switch the system into standby . then set the volume . The timerwill not work if the systemis leI _ on ! Ifyou selectedan externalcomponent , make the appropriatetinmr settingsfor it . The timer indicator ( _ ) ) lightswhen the timer is on . 3 Press SYSTEM SETUP . 4 Press _ or I _ until you see TIMER in the Activating / deactivating the wake up display . timer 5 Press ENTER . ' Ib activatethe wake up time _ ; set the timer toON . ' Ib deactivateit , setthe tinmr toOFF . 6 Press _ or I _ until you see WAKE UP SET in the display . 1 Press SYSTEM SETUR 7 Press ENTER . 2 Press _ or I _ until you see TIMER in the Thedisplayshowsa switchon timewith the hour display . blinking . 3 Press ENTER . 8 Set the switch on time . 4 Press the _ or I _ button until you see Use • and • tu setthe hour then press ENTERg . etthe TIMER ON or TIMER OFF in the display . minute in the santowax / p , ressingENTERtofinish . 5 Press ENTER . • Ifyou make a mistake , press SYSTEMSETUPaud Thetimerindicator ( _ D ) lightswhenthetimeris on . start again fi'om step3 .
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Checking the timer settings Using the sleep timer Ifyou've set the wake - uptime1 ; you ca _ checkthe The sleeptimer switchesthe systcmintostm _ dbyafter a settingsawlime . specifiedmnount of timeso that you can fall asleep without wowing about the stereobeing ldi on all Press SYSTEM SETUP . night . Ifyou've also setthe wakeup timer this is Press _ or I _ until you see TIMER in the important since llrewake up timer willonlywork if the display . systemisin stmldhy . Press ENTER . Press SLEEP ( SHIFT & 6 ) to set the time until the system goes into standby . Press the _ or I _ button until you see Pressrepeatedlytoswitchbetween : TIMER CHECK in the display . • SLEEPAUTO - this settingis onlyavailable when Press ENTER . the syslemisplaying a CD * The displayshowsthe timer settings : • SLEEP90 ( minules ) • 011 linre • SLEEP60 ( minules ) • 0ff time • SLEEP30 ( minules ) • Function ( DVDe , tc . ) • SLEEPOFF ( caucels the sleeptinmr ) • Volume The sleeptimer indicaor ( _ ) lightsand the display dims when the sleeptinmr is active . * This is not availablewhen a \ _ ideoCDis in PBCmode , or ifyou're playinga CDor VideoCDin repeatmode . If you set a disc playingin relXeamt ode _ ter setting the sleep timer to SLEEPAUTO , it aulomaticallyswitches to the 90 minute setting . • Oncelhe sleep timer isset , you can checklhe time leftbypressing SLEEP ( SHIFT & 6 ) . • ' Ib caucel the sleeptimer ; switch the systcminto staudby , or selectSLEEPOFF ( as describedabove ) . • Ifyou switchto a differentsourcewhen sleepauto is set , the systemwillautomatically go into staudhya minute later :
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Dynamic Range Control Advanced sound settings Thedynmnic range of a source islhe differencebetween Thischapter coversadvancedsettingsto further the quietestaud lhe loudestsounds . Thedynmnic range optimizethe sound of your system . of DolbyDigitalsoundtrackscau be veU great . This makes them exciting , but it also nmm _ sthat when you LFE attenuator turn the volume downyou cau easilylosequiet dialog . TheLFE ( lowfrequencyeffects ) chmanelcarriesultra Switchon DynmnicRangeControl toeven out the lowbass sound to add weight toeffectsin DolbyDigital soundtrack volume . and DTSsoundtracks . This channel can overloadthe subwooferresulting in dis ) ortion . Use ) he LFEat ) enua - • Youcan't chaugelhissetlingiftheRecordmodeis tot setting to reducethe signal fedto the subwoofee on ( seepage25 ) . Press SYSTEM SETUP . Note 1 TheLFEat ) enua ) or onlyworkswith sourcesthat 2 Press the 41or I _ button until you see contain an LFEchatmeL It is not a general levelcontrol D . R . C . in the display . for the sub - wooM : 3 Use the • and • buttons to select a • Youcan't chaugelhissetlingiftheRecordmodeis dynamic range setting . on ( seepage25 ) . • D . R . C . OFF - default setting ( no cha _ ge to the ctyllamics ) I Press SYSTEM SETUP . • D . R . C . LOW - the dynmnic rm _ geis reducedby a 2 Press the 41or I _ button until you see LFE small anmunt . in the display . • D . R . C . MID - midsetting Use the • and • buttons to set the • D . R . C . HIGH - lhe dynamic range is Rd , ucedbya amount of signal reduction . large _ lount ( goodfor listening at veU lowvolume ) . Thereare threc settings : 4 Press ENTER . • LFEATT O - default setting ( no sigual reduction ) • LFEATT10 - lhe LFEchmmel signal levelis reduced1oavoiddistortion • LFEOFF - the LFEchaunel isswitchedoff completelyT . his may be useful late at night , for exmnple . 4 Press ENTER .
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Dual - mono setting Adjusting channel volume levels The dual - mono setting applies onlyto DolbyDigital I _ pending on your room aud whereyou're sitting , you discsthat fealumdual - mono material - - see the disc may wm _ tto _ Ijust the relativevolumes of one or more box for details . speakersfor a more balanced sound . Youcm _ do this in auymode , including thesurmund , DSP , aud stereo Dual - mono discsare recordedwithtwo independent modes . Settingsthat you make in auy sound mode are charnels that may be playedtogether or separately completelyindependentand don't affectany other depending on the situation . Forexmnple , a guita ' mode . tuition discmight have lhe guita ' recordedo , 1one channel and all the other insh'uments on the othe * : Use r _ Note the dual - mono settingto play just the guitar part on its • Each DSPeffecthas its own setof chatmel level own ; just the backing , or eveuthiug logether ( thmugh setliugs . separate speakers , or mixed ) . • The charnel levelsyou setfor the Surround mode • Youcroft chalge this settingif the Recordmode is applytoStanda'd aid all AdvancedTheater effects . on ( seepage 25 ) . • The headphone levelisnot gfected bythe charnel Press SYSTEM SETUP . levelsetliugs . Press the 41 or I _ button until you see Press CH LEVEL . CH or MIX in the display . Adjnslmeutsto the channel w ) lume levelswill _ fect Use the • and • buttons to select a dual - only the current sound mode . mono setting . 2 Use the 41 and I _ buttons to select a • L - CH1 R - CH2 - default setting ( Chl is played channel to adjust . through the leftspeaker ; Ch2lhmugh the right ) Thedisplayshowsthecharnel anditscurrentsetting • CH1 - Chlisplayedthmughtheceuterspeaker • Rememberthat not all channels are available in all ( or lhmugh the left aid right speakersif Surround sound modes . Off isselected ) ; Ch2is muted . • CH2 - Ch2isplayedthmughthe centerspeaker 3 Use the • and • buttons to adjust the ( or lhmugh the left aid right speakersif Surround volume of the current channel . Off isselected ) ; Chl is muted . Forbestresultss , it in yourmain listeningpositionwhen doingthis Youcanaljust eachspeakeirn theraugeof • MIX - Chl a _ d Ch2 are mixed logether aid played + / - lOdB . through the centerspeaker ( or through both leftm _ d right speakersif Surround Off isselected ) . 4 When you're done , press ENTER . Press ENTER .
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Using the DVD Setup menu Video settings TV Screen • Setin SetupNavigator ( l _ fault : 16 : 9 ( Wide ) ) amB Picture Qualil _ a l ) Selecl your display preference Ifyou havea widescmen'i _ _ , selectthe 16 : 9 ( Wide ) setting - - widescreen DVDsoftwareisthen shown using the full screen area . Whenplaying softwarerecordedin conventional ( 4 : 3 ) lbnnat , the settings on your * INw'ill detenni _ mhowthe material ispresented see the mmaualthat c _ le withyour * INIb ' r details on what options ate available . TheDVDSetupmenu givesyou accessto all the system's Ifyou havea conventional * 1 _ _ , chooseeither 4 : 3 DVDsettings . PressDVDSETUPto display / leave the ( Letter Box ) or4 : 3 ( Pan & Scan ) . In Letter menu madthe cursor ( - , < A Vl , , _ ) aud ENTERbuttons Boxmode , widescreensoftwareis shownwith black bars on the remote to navigate and selectoptions . In some at the top and bottom of the screen . Pan & Scauchops screensyou cmapressRETURNto leavethe screen the sidesoffwidescreenmaterial to make itfit the 4 : 3 without making aly chauges . The controlsfor each screen ( soeventhough the picture lookslarger on the menu are shown at the bottom ofthe screen . screen , you're actuallyseeing lessof the movie ) . See If an option isgreyedout itmemasthat it camot be page 46for more information . chalged at the current time . This is usuallybeeause a discis playing . Stopthe disc , then chalge the setting . Picture Quality Thecurrent settingfor aly option ismarked with a • Defaultsetting : Standard coloredbox . Thecolor d the box indicateswhat kind of discthe setting is applicableto : blue Ibr DVDo @ ; yellowfor DVDand \ ddeoCD ; green for mayb , ped disc . There arethree presetpicture qualiD , settingsthat suit various pmgrmn types . Cinema - Sharp , high contr _ t picture . Animation - Bright , vibralt colors . Standard - Neutral picture .
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Whenwatchiug DVDdiscs recordediu 4 : 3format S - Video Out ( ' regular ' ' i _ ' size ) on a widescreen ' 1 _ , it cau be difficult • Defaultsetting : S2 m see theoperatiou displays ( Play , Stop , Resume , etc . ) at the top of the screen . Ifyou find lhem hard to VideIo I read , selectPosition - Wide . Ifyou preferuot m havethe operatioudisplaysshowu on - screeu , chauge thesettiug to Off . Angle Indicator • Defaultsetting : On Youcau switchthe b _ peof S - \ _ ideosignal output . Ifyou connectedyour TVwith al S - Videocord in somerare casesthe ' 1 _ _ picture may appearstretched . Ifyou find this switchlhe S - Videooulput from $ 2 m $ 1 . Still Picture Mow • Defaultsetting : Auto lfyou preferuot to seethe camera icou on - screen duriug multi - aagle scenes on DVDdiscs , chalge the Angleludicator setting to Off . Language settings Theplayer uses one of twoprocesseswheu displayiug a OSD Language still fi'amefrom a DVDdisc . ThedefaultAutosettinglets • Set in Setup Navigator ( default : English ) the syslemdecidewhich to use . Field - producesa stable , geuerallyshake - free image . Frame - produces a sharper image , but more prone to shake thai fieldslills . On Screen Display • Defaultsetting : Position - Normal Choosethelauguage youwant theOSDsin .
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disc , thesystemautomatically playsthe discwith those Audio Language subtitles ( although this depeudsou theAuto M * _ guage • DefaultSetting : English setting - - seed . to Lm _ guage on page 37 ) . Thissettingis your preferredaudio language for DVD TheDVDformatrecoguizes136differenltanguages . discs . Ifthe lmlguage you sped3 / hem is recordedon a ChooseOther ifyouwm _ ttospecifya lmlguageother disc , thesystemautomatically playsthe discin that than thoselisted , thenfollowtheon - screendisplayto language ( although this dependsoi1thea . to ka * _ - selecta lauguageY . oumayalsowanttorefertothe . _ uage setting - - see Auto Language on page 37 ) . Languagecodelis'ton page43 . Remember Yoncau chauge or switchoff the subtitlesona DVDdisc auy tinm during ply , back using the SUBTITLEbutton . ( Thisdoesnot affectthis setting , ) Auto Language TheDVDformatrecoguizes136differeutlmlguages . • DefaultSetting : On ChooseOther ifyouwm _ ttospecifya , languageother thanthoselisted , thenfollowtheon - screendisplayto selecta lmlguageY . oumayalsowm _ ttorefertothe Languagecodelis'tonpage43 . Remember Youcan switchbetweenthe lauguages recordedon a DVDdisc mF timeduring playback using the AUDIO button . ( Thisdoes not _ fect this setting . ) Whenset to On , the systemalwaysselectsthe default audio lalguage on a DVDdisc ( Frenchdialog for a Subtitle Language Freuchmovie , for ex . - mlple ) , and displayssubtitlesin • DefaultSetting : English your preferredsubtitle lauguage only if that isset m sonrethingdiffereut . ] u other words , moviesin your native language won't have relysubtitles , while foreign language movieswill be showuwith subtitles . Setm Off tohave the systemplay discsstrictly according m youraudio M _ guage and 5 # btitle La * zguagesettings . ForAuraLmlguagetowork , theaudio La , _ guage mN Thissettingis your preferredsubtitle language for DVD Subtitle Language settings must be the same - - see discs . Ifthe lmlguage you specif3 / hemis recordedon a page 36and this page .
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Setto On , the playerdisplayssubtitlesaccording to the Tip 5 # btitle Latzguage andAuto Latzguag _ settings above . Youca _ still switch audio aid subtitle languages on getto Off to switchsubtitlesoffaltogether ( although playback using the AUDIO and SUBTITLEbuttons . see5 ' ubhTIe ( ) if'on this pagefor specialcases ) . Setto Assist Subtitle to havethe player displaythe extra DVD Language assistivesubtitlesrecorded on tosome DVDdiscs . • DefaultSettingw : / Subtitle Language Subtitle Off • Defaultgetting : Selected Subtitle SubtitleDisplay . SubtitleOff , Some multiqingual discshavedisc menus in several languages . This settingspecifiesin which language the disc menus should appeal : Leaveon the defaultsetting Somediscsdisplaysubtitlesevenif the5 # btitle Display ' for menus to appear in the stone language as your setting ( thispage ) isset tooff . In this case , you cml , S ? + btitLleazzguage - - see page37 . either havethe subtitlesdisplayedin the sanre language asyour preferredaudio lm _ guage ( With Audio ) , or LanguageJ J inyour preferredsubtitle lm _ guage ( Selected List of k _ guages Code ( 02 ) Subtitle ) . IftheAudio l + a , _ guageand 5 ' ubhTIe Lmzguage settings are the sanrethen both of these choiceswillgivethe sanre result . DPlove Lml _ M _ - I _ Select I _ Exit The DVDformat recoguizes 136differentlauguages . General settings ChooseOther ifyou wm _ tto specie , a lmlguage other than thoselisted , then followthe on - screen displayto Setup Menu Mode selecta lauguage . Youmay alsowant to referto the • Default setting : Basic Latzguage code l £ ' t on page43 . Subtitle Display • DefaultSetting : On The Basic setup menu givesyou accessto the more comnmnly used settings . It alsofeatures ml infomlation bat + which tellsyou mote about what the currently highfighted option means . getto Expert for accessto all settings .
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Parental Lock Changing the parental lock level • Defaultlevel : 8 1 Select Level Change . • Defaultpassword : * zo * w 2 Use number buttons to register a new password or confirm your existing pass - word , then press ENTER . I _ ] Genera L Youcat ] restrictaccessto certain discs using this feature , @ DMoveE4nDteirgit Code Onceset , the playerwill askfor a fore'digit passwordif a resh'icteddisc is loaded , givingyou a degreeofcontrol Thefirst time you setthe parental lock level , you have overwhat your children watch . to registera password . Aaythingyou input becomesyour Theplayercan be setto one of'eight levels , Settingthe password . levelat I means that maydisc with maylevelof 3 Select a new level . resh'ictionwillneed the passwordin order towatch it , whilesetting it at level8 givesunlimited access . DVDdiscswe also rated from 1to 8 . Discsrated I ( or with no rating ) generallycontain little or no offensive material ; discsrated 2 , may contain material that sume parentsmay feelis unsuitable for children . Discsrated8 will abnost certainlybe unsuitable for children . Sincea disc's rating is up to the mmmfacturet ; it is not Moveleftwa'd to lockmote levels ( more discswill possibleto give a definitiveguide tu each level - - check require the password ) ; rightward1ounlock levels . You the discbox for parental lockdetails . cart lock level1 . ] Note 4 Press ENTER to set the new level . Notall discsthat you may consider in @ pmpriate for your children ate rated . Unrateddiscswillalwaysplay Changing your password without requiring lhe passwordfirst . 1 Select Password Change . 2 Input your existing password , then press ENTER . m Return _ Exit
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Input a new password , then press ENTER . SelectOther ifyou want to make your owuback - ground colol : Followthe on - screendisplaytocreate a color from the red , green and blue bars . Ifyou forget your passwoN , resettingthe playerwill clear the passwoN . Seepage 45for mornon this . Screen Saver • Defaultsetting : Off BackgroundColor - If a coitstm _ timage isdisplayedon a com'entional CRT typeIN ' , it ca1 " burn in " leaving a ghost image on the screen . When On , the screensaver makessure that a constructimage isnot displayedfor a dalgemusly long tinm . Background Color • D & ult setting : Blue Move ' Ihis specifiesthe color of % screenwhel _ % pla _ er is stopped ( or playing al audio disc ) .
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Switching the AM frequency interval Taking care of your system Asits default setting , the tuner jumps in slepsof 10klIz ' lb clem _ this unit , wipewith a soft , dU cloth . For when tuning in AMstations . Ifyou find that this is stubborn dirt , weta soflcloth with a mild detergent unsuitable in your area ( ifyou can't tune intostations solution made bydiluting onepart detergent to 5 or 6 successfully ) , you can change the tuning inte _ al to parts water ; wring well , then wipeoffthe dirt . Usea dU 9klIzfbr AM . lIere's howto switchthe setting . cloth towipe the surfacedg Donot use volatileliquids such as benzene m _ dthinner which maydamage the I Switch the system into standby . surfaces . 2 Press SYSTEM SETUP . Disc lens cleaner 3 Press the 41or I _ button until you see AM Thedisc pickup lens shoukt not become dirtyin normal STEP in the display . use , but if forsome reason itshould malfunction due to 4 Use the • and • buttons to select 9kHz dirt or dust , consultyour nearcst Pioneer authorized or lOkHz . setv'icecenlee Althoughlens clemlersfor CDplayersare • Whenset to 9kllz , the FMtuning inte _ al becomes commercially available , wedo not recommend using 50kHz.Thisshould not _ fect luning into FMstations . them since some may d _ lage the lens . S Press ENTER . Taking care of your discs Whenholdingdiscs , takecarenot to leavefingeq _ rints , Setting the display brightness dirt or scratcheson the discsurface . IMd the discby its Youcm3adjust the brightness ofthe displayto suit the edgeor by the centerhole and edge . Dmnagedor dirly lighting conditions of the room . discsca1 gfect playbackperformance . ' rakecare also not 1oscratch lhe label side ofthe disc . Althoughnot as Press FL DIMMER ( SHIFT & > 10 ) . fragile as the recordedside , scratchescml still result in a Pressrepeatedlyto setthe displaybrightness . There are discbecoming unusable . fivelevels . Should a disc becomemarked withfingerprints , dust , etc . , clean using a soft , dL'ycloth , wiping the disc lightly Switching the time format from the center 1othe outsideedgeas shown on the next Youcan displaythe clock in either 12or 24 - hour page . Ifnecessa _ , , use a cloth soakadin alcohol , or a fommt . commercially availableCDor DVDcleaning kit mclean a disc mote thomughl } cNeveruse benzine , thinner or 1 Switch the system into standby . other cleaning agents , including productsdesignedfor 2 Press SYSTEM SETUP . clemaingvinylrecords . 3 Press the 41 or I _ button until you see CLOCK 12 HR or CLOCK 24 HR in the • Wipelightly from the cenler of the disc using display . straight strokes . 4 Use the • and • buttons to select 12 or 24 . S Press ENTER . • Don't wipe lhe discsurface using circular stmkes .
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DTS Storing discs Asurround souud systemdevelopedby DigitalTheater AlthoughCDsaud DVDsare more din'ablethau vinyl gyslemsas m _ alleruative1oDolbyDigital . DTSdiscs records , you should still take care m haudle aud store contain up toeight charnels of digital audio . Seealso discscorrectly . Whenyou're not using a disc , relurn it to DolbyDigital . its case aud sloreupright . Avoidleaving discsin exccssivelycold , humid , or hot elwirol _ meuts ( include MPEGvideo lug under direct sunlighO . ThevideoformatusedforVideoCDsaudDVDsV . ideo Don't glue paper or put stickerson discs , or writeou CDusesllleolderMPEG - s1taudard , whileDXqu ) sesthe them usiug a pencil , ball - point peu or other sharp - neweraud muchbelterqualityMPEG - s2taudard . tippedwriting instrument . PBC ( PlayBack Control ) ( Video CD only ) Discs to avoid Asystemof navigating a VideoCDlhrough on - screen menus recordedonto the disc . Especiallygoodfor discs Discsspin at high speedduring playback . Ifyou cau see that you would normally not watch fl'ombeginning m that adisc is cracked , chipped , warped , or oflmrwise end all at oucc - - karaoke discs , for example . damaged , don't risk using it - - you could end up danagiug the syslem . Regions ( DVD only ) These associatediscsaud playerswith particular areas of the world . This unit willouly playdiscsflinthave compatible regioucodes . Youcm _ fiud the regioucode of your unit bylooking ou the rearpauek Somediscs arecompatiblewith nmre thau oue regiou ( or all Thissyslemisdesignedfor usewith couventional , fully regions ) . circular discsonly . Useof shaped discsis uot recom - meuded . Pioneerdisclaims all liabilityarising in Title ( DVD only ) Acollection of chaptersou a DVDdisc . Seealso Chaplet : conuection with the use ofshaped CDsaud DVDs . Glossary Aspect ratio Thewidth of a ' INs ' creeurelative1oits height . Conven - tioual ' 1 % ate 4 : 3 ( in other words , the screeuis almost square ) ; widescreenmodels are 16 : 9 ( the screen is almost twiceas wideas it is high ) . Chapter Just as a bookis split up into severalchapters , a title ou a DVDdisc isusually dividedinto chapters . Seealso Title . Dolby Digital Asurround souud systemdevelopedbyDolbyLaborato - riescontaining up to six charnels of digital audio ( front leftaud right , smToundleftaud right , cenler aud low - fl'equeucychatmels ) . Seealso DTS .
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Language code list ; apanese / japonals ( ia ) Hausa ( ha ) Quechua ( qu ) ] 721 English / anglais ( en ) Rhaeto - Romance ( rm ) Hindi ( hi ) French ( fr ) Croatian ( hr ) Kirundl ( rn ) German ( de ) Romanian ( ro ) Hungarian ( hu ) Italian ( it ) Armenian ( hy ) Kinyarwanda ( rw ) Spanish ( es ) Interlingua ( ia ) Sanskrit ( sa ) Dutch ( n [ ) Interlingue ( ie ) Sindhl ( sd ) Russian ( ru ) Inupiak ( ik ) Sangho ( sg ) Chinese ( zh ) Indonesian ( in ) Serbo - Croatlan ( sh ) Korean ( ko ) Singhalese ( si ) Icelandic ( is ) Greek ( el ) Slovak ( sk ) Hebrew ( iw ) Afar ( aa ) Yiddish ( ii ) Slovenlan ( sl ) Abkhazlan ( ab ) Javanese ( iw ) Samoan ( sm ) Afrikaans ( af ) Georgian ( ka ) Shona ( sn ) Amharlc ( am ) SomaIi ( so ) Kazakh ( kk ) Arabic ( ar ) Greenlandlc ( kl ) Albanian ( sq ) Assamese ( as ) Serbian ( sr ) Cambodian ( km ) Aymara ( ay ) Kannada ( kn ) Siswatl ( ss ) Azerbaljanl ( az ) Kashmlrl ( ks ) Sesotho ( st ) Bashklr ( ba ) Kurdish ( ku ) Sundanese ( su ) Byelorusslan ( be ) Kirghiz ( ky ) Swedish ( sv ) Bulgarian ( bg ) Latin ( la ) Swahili ( sw ) Bihari ( bh ) Lingala ( In ) Tamil ( ta ) Bislama ( bl ) Telugu ( te ) Laothlan ( to ) Bengali ( bn ) Lithuanian ( [ t ) Tajik ( tg ) Tibetan ( bo ) Thai ( th ) Latvian ( [ v ) Breton ( br ) Malagasy ( mg ) Tigrlnya ( tl ) Catalan ( ca ) Maorl ( ml ) Turkmen ( tk ) Corsican ( co ) Macedonian ( mk ) Tagalog ( tl ) Czech ( cs ) Malayalam ( m [ ) Setswana ( tn ) Welsh ( cy ) Mongolian ( mn ) Tonga ( to ) Danish ( da ) Moldavian ( mo ) Turkish ( tr ) ghutanl ( dz ) Tsonga ( ts ) Marathl ( mr ) Esperanto ( eo ) Malay ( ms ) Tatar ( tt ) Estonian ( et ) Twl ( tw ) Maltese ( mt ) Basque ( eu ) Burmese ( my ) Ukrainian ( uk ) Persian ( fa ) Nauru ( na ) Urdu ( ur ) Finnish ( fl ) Nepali ( ne ) Uzbek ( uz ) Fijl ( fj ) Vietnamese ( vl ) Norwegian ( no ) Faroese ( fo ) Volapfik ( vo ) Occltan ( oc ) Frlsian ( fy ) Oromo ( om ) Wolof ( wo ) Irish ( ga ) Xhosa ( xh ) Orlya ( or ) Scots - Gaelic ( gd ) Paniabi ( pa ) Yoruba ( yo ) Gallcian ( gl ) Polish ( pI ) Zulu ( zu ) Guarani ( gn ) Pashto , Pushto ( ps ) Guiaratl ( gu ) Portuguese ( pt )
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Troubleshooting Incorrect operation isoften mistaken for trouble or malfunction . Ifyou think that there is something wrongwith this component , checkthe points below : Sometimestile trouble may lie in another component . Inspectthe other components and electricalappliancesbeing used . Ifthe trouble cannot be rectifieda : [ ' tercheckingthe items bdow , _ k your neaest Pioneer authorized servicecenter or your dealer tu caW out repairwork . i _ l ] l | l _ , ll _ " _ r , I iii / i / / / The disc is ejected automati - • Check that the disc is dean and undamaged ( page 41,42 ) . cally after loading . • Make sure that the disc is seated properly in the disc guide . • Check that the disc hasa compatible region number ( page 8 ) . • There may be condensation inside the unit . Allow time for condensation to evaporate . Avoid using the player near an air conditioning unit . Playback is not possible . • Check that the disc is loaded correctly ( label side face up ) . mark appears on screen . • The operation is prohibited by the system . 1 _ mark appears on screen . • The setected function does not operate for that disc . When making changes in the • There is a CD or Video CD loaded and the seRing that was changed applies only to Setup OSD menus , _ is DVD discs . The settings will take effect next time a DVD is loaded . displayed . Picture playback stops and • Switch the power off once , then on again usingthe front pand standby / on switch . the operation buttons cannot be used . New settings made in the • Some settings can be changed while a disc is playing , but are not effective until the Setup screen menus while a disc is stopped then restarted . This is not a malfunction . Note that making settings in the disc is playing are ineffective . Setup screen menus may cancelthe resumefunction . Settings are canceled . • Ifthe power was cut due to power failure or by unplugging the power cord , settings will be canceled . No picture / No color . • Check that the video connectionsare correct and that plugs are inserted fully . • Check that the TV / monitor settings are correct . Screen is stretched or aspect • Make sure that the TV Screenoption in the Setup menu matches the TV / monitor does not change , you're using . Picture disturbance during • This player is compatible with Macro - Vision System copy guard . Some discs include a playback or screen is dark . copy prevention signal , and when this type of disc is played back , stripes etc . , may appear on some sections of the picture depending on the TV . This isnot a malfunction . • Problems with some discs may result in the screen becoming black for a brief instant or shaking slightly when certain functions are executed . • Due to copy protection , connection of this system through a VCR or an AV selector may prevent recording o _ - cause picture problems . This is not a malfunction .
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Noticeable difference in DVD • DVDs and CDs usedifferent recording methods . This is not a malfunction . and CO volume . Noisy radio reception • Check that the frequency is correct . • Check that the antennas are connected properly . For FM , make sure that the antenna isfully extended and positioned to give the best reception . ForAM , makesure that the loop antenna is pointing in the best direction . • If the radio signal is weak an outdoor antenna will usually give better results than the supplied indoor types . • Other electrical equipment , such as TVs , fluorescent lamps and motors can cause interference . Try switching off or moving the equipment , or moving the antenna ( s ) . • Tile tuning interval may be incorrect for your country or region . Try switching the tuning interval ( page 41 ) . Auto tuning does not pick up • Auto tuning will only detect radio stations with a good signal . For more sensitive some stations , tuning , connect an outdoor antenna . The remote control doesn't • Make sure that you're using the remote within its operating range and that there are seem to work . no obstacles between the remote and the sensor on the main unit . • Check that the batteries are not exhausted . No audio , or audio is dis - • Check that the correct function is selected ( DVD / CD , etc . ) , the volume turned up . torted . • Check that the MUTE function is not on and that the disc is not paused . • Check that the disc is dean and undamaged ( page 41 42 ) . • Check that all rear panel connections are correct . • If you find dMy or oxidized plugs / terminals , clean them . Can't adjust sound mode • The Record Mode is switched on . Switch off then adjust as desired ( see page 25 ) . settings ( bass , treble , etc . ) Switching the demo mode on / off Note WhenyOUfirst plug in this systemthe displayshowsa Staticd _ flci _ or otherex _ m _ influencesm _ cause demosequence . The demo willalso start if the syslemis malfunclioniug ofthis unit . In this case , unplug lhe on in the DVDfunction but idle fbr morn lhan 5 powercordaid lheuplugbackin . Thiswillusually minules . Thedemo willslopif you press any bulton resetthe unit for proper operalion . If this doesnot exceptCD MODE on the main unit . correctlheproblem , pleaseconsultyournewestPioneer seF ¢ ice ceuteI : To switch the demo mode off completely , press and hold CD MODE on the main unit for about 3 seconds while the demo Resetting the system is in progress . Resellingthe syslemreturns all menu , picture aud passwordsettings lo their factoU defaults . To switch the demo mode on , press and hold CD MODE on the main unit for 1 Switch the system into standby using the about 3 seconds while the system is in front panel standby / on switch . standby . 2 Hold down the front panel • button and switch back on .
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Screen sizes and disc formats The table belowshowsthe effect0fvarious ' I _ ' ScI _ 2el ? setlingsOlathe dil _ erelakt inds ofdisc available . Standard ( TV programs , etc ) Wldescreen ( movies , etc . ) Note that some extra - wlde The program is presented correctly , regardless of the formats ( such as CinemaScope ) will appear with black bars at the setting . top and bottom of the screen . 16 : 9 ( Wide ) Any setting Widescreen ( movies , etc . ) Standard ( ' iV programs , etc . ) Your TV will determine how the The program is shown in wldescreen with black bars at picture is presentedcheck the manual that came with the TV the top and bottom of the screen . for details . Typical options are biack bars either side , some 4 : 3 ( Letter Box ) form of stretched or zoomed presentation . Widescreen ( movies , etc . ) The sides of the program are cropped so that the picture flils the whole screen . 16 : 9 ( Wide ) 4 : 3 ( Pan & Scan ) Widescreen ( movies , etc . ) The program appears squashed : set to either 4 : 3 ( Letter Box ) or 4 : 3 ( Pan & Scan ) . 16 : 9 ( Wide )
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Max . input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10OW Specifications Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 ( W ) x 270 ( H ) x 178 ( D ) mm S 7 / 8 ( W ) x 10 s / 8 ( H ) x 7 ( D ) in . Amplifier Section Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.0 kg ( 4 Ibs . 7 oz . ) Continuous power output ( RMS ) Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 W _ per channel Rear speaker ( 1 kHz , 10 % T . H . D . g _ ) Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed - box bookshelf type Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 W , per channel System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.7 cm ( 3 7 / 16 in . ) I - way system ( 1 kHz , lO % T . H . D . , g L _ ) Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g . 7 cm ( 3 7 / 16 in . ) ( cone type ) Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 W , per channel Nominal impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 £ 2 ( 1 kHz , 10 % T . H . D . , g L _ ) Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 to 20.000 Hz Subwoofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100W ( 100Hz 10 % T . H . D . , 8 £ 2 ) Max . input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 W Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 ( W ) x IS0 ( H ) x 96 ( D ) mm DVD Player ( Audio ) Section 4 I / 2 ( W ) x S z / 8 ( H ) x 3 3 / 4 ( D ) in . S / N ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 clB ( EIAJ ) Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o . g kg ( I Ibs . 12 oz . ) Dynamic range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 dg ( EIAJ ) Distortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.004 % Center speaker Frequency response Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed - box bookshelf type 48 kHz sampling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Hz to 22 kHz ( magnetically shielded t ) 96 kHz sampling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Hz to 44 kHz System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.7 cm ( 3 7 / 16 in . ) I - way system Wow & fluffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Below measurable levels Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g . 7 cm ( 3 7 / 16 in . ) ( cone type ) ( + 0.001 % W . PEAK ) Nominal impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 £ 2 Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 to 20,000 Hz DVD Player ( Video ) Section Max . input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 W Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 370 ( W ) x 120 ( H ) x 130 ( D ) mm Output level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Vp - p ( 7S L _ ) 14 _ / 16 ( W ) x 4 _ / 4 ( H ) x S ' / 8 ( D ) in . Video Y output level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Vp - p ( 7S L _ ) Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . g kg ( 4 Ibs . ) Video C output level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286 mVp - p ( 7S £ 2 ) DVD ( Other jacks ) Section Subwoofer Digital coaxial input ( PCM / DO / DTS ) . . . . . . Coaxial connector Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bass reflex floor type Tuner Section System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 cm ( 6 s / 16 in . ) I - way system Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 cm ( 6 s / 16 in . ) ( cone type ) FM tuner Nominal impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g { 2 Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Hz to 2000 Hz Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 £ 1 unbalanced Max . input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10OW AM tuner Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 ( W ) x 360 ( H ) x 327 ( D ) mm Frequency range S3O kHz to 1,700 kHz ( 10 kHz step ) 7 _ / 2 ( W ) x 14 3 / 16 ( H ) x 12 7 / 8 ( D ) in . Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . loop antenna ( supplied ) Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8 kg ( 10 Ibs . 9 oz . ) Power Supply Section Power requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AC 120 V , 60 Hz + Antmagnetic des gn ( EIAJ ) s ) eakers } sten co 1forms Power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 W to thebasic E [ AJstand , qrds . Power consumption in standby mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I W Miscellaneous Supplied Items DVD Receiver Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . 420 ( W ) x 410.4 ( D ) x 1SO ( H ) mm AA / R6P dry cell batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 16 9 / 16 ( W ) 16 3 / 16 ( D ) S 7 / 8 ( H ) in . AM loop antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 . S kg ( 20 Ibs 15 oz . ) FM antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Video cord ( yellow ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Speaker system ( S - HTD510 ) Speaker cords ( Front Speaker x 2 , Rear Speaker x 2 , Center Speaker x 1 , Sm ( 16 ft . S in . ) ( for front L - R speakers ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Subwoofer x 1 ) 2m ( 6 ft . 7 in . ) ( for center speaker ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6m ( 19 ft . 8 in . ) ( for rear L - R speakers ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Front speaker 3m ( 9 ft . 10 in . ) ( for subwoofer ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed - box bookshelf type Operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( magnetically shielded t ) Warranty card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 cm ( 4 in . ) 2 - way system Speaker Able ' Woofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 cm ( 4 in . ) cone type Tweeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S . 2 cm ( 2 in . ) cone type Nominal impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 £ 2 Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S0 to 20,000 Hz Pub ished by Pioneer Corporatloll Copyright © 2001 Pioneer Corpo ation All rights rese ved
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Should this product require service in the U . S . A . and you wish to locate the nearest Pioneer Authorized Independent Service Company , or if you wish to purchase replacement parts , operating instructions , service manuals , or accessories , please call the number shown below . 800 - 421 - 1404 Please do not ship your product to Pioneer without first calling the Customer Service Department at the above listed number for assistance . PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE , INC . CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT P . O . BOX 1760 , LONG BEACH , CA 90801 - 1760 , U . S . A . For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product . Should this product require service in Canada , please contact a Pioneer Canadian Authorized Dealer to locate the nearest Pioneer Authorized Service Company in Canada . Alternatively _ please contact the Customer Service Department at the following address : Pioneer Electronics of Canada , Inc . Customer Service Department 300 Allstate Parkway , Markham , Ontario L3R OP2 ( 905 ) 479 - 4411 1 - 877 - 283 - $ 901 For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product . Si ce produit dolt _ tre r _ par _ au Ca nada , veuillez vous adresser _ un distributeur autoris _ e Pioneer au Canada pour obtenir le nom de la Soci _ t _ de Service Autoris _ e Pioneer le plus pros de chez vous . Ou encore , veuillez communiquer avec le Service de Clientele de Pioneer : Pioneer _ lectroniques du Canada , Inc . D _ parternent de service aux consomrnateurs 300 Allstate Parkway , Markham , Ontario L3R OP2 ( 905 ) 479 - 4411 1 - 877 - 283 - 5901 Pour obtenir des renseignements sur la garantie , veuillez vous reporter au feuillet sur la Garantie Limit _ e qui accompagne le produit . Publ shed by Pioneer Corporation Copyright @ 2001 Pioneer Corporation All rigi / ts rese ved PIONEER CORPORATION 41 , Meguro1ChomeM , eguroku , Tokyo153 - B65J4a , pall PIONEER ELECTRONICS [ USA ] INC . PC BOX 1540 . Long Beach , California 90801 1540 , USA PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA , INC . 300 AIEstateParkway . Markham , Ontado L38 OP2 . Canada PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087 , Keetberglaa _ 1 , B 9120 Melsele , Belgium TEL : 03 / 5700511 PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY . LTD . 17B1B4 Boundary Road , Braes de , Victoria 3195 , Australia , TEL : [ 03 } 9586 6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO S . A . DE C . V . San Lorenzo 1009 3er Piso Desp 302 Col Del Valle Mexico DF CP 031g0 TEL : 688 2 90 < TSWZW / 01C00001 > Printed in < XRB300 % A >
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