switch. Before playing a disc labeled with the mark shown
below, read accompanying
Example of contents recorded
in multi-audio disc with
Karaoke + Vocal
Compact disc with video (CDV)
Pictures associated with digital sound are recorded on the
outer tracks (video part) of 5 minute long and digital audio
on inner tracks (audio part) of 20 minute. A normal play
begins at the video part through to the audio part.
This is the number to indicate the segmentation of a disc
programme, If this number is recorded on a disc, there will
be such an indication on the disc or the LD jacket. when
utilizing the chapter number, finding and selecting any
chapter is quick and easy.
This is the number given to each picture frame and is
recorded on the standard (CAV) disc, making frame selec-
This displays play elapsed time from the beginning of a
disc and is recorded on a long play (CLV) disc. Finding any
picture according to the minute or second is quick and
CD AND CDV TERMINOLOGY
All CDs and CDVS have the information called TOC at the
beginning of the disc, in addition to audio signals. TheTOC
is a table of contents, containing information, including the
number of songs and time slot of each performance. Some
LDs also contain TOC.
Table Of Contents
Corresponds to the selection number in the segment of the
disc and is distributed over the audio part and the video
part. Easy location of desired music is possible by utilizing
the appropriate track number (track search).
For CD/CDV: Place the disc with the label facing upon
the disc tray,
For LD: Place the disc with the label facing to be played
up on the disc tray.
Set the disc accurately to each guide (Fig. 16). You can
only set one disc at a time. Especially, when setting an
LD disc, check the top of disc tray before setting.
Do not place any heavy objects on the top of disc tray, or
exert pressure on it, to avoid system problems.
Do not force the disc tray, Use only the switch operation,
when opening and closing the disc tray.
Except in case of setting the disc or removing it, always
keep the disc tray inside it's unit.
CARE OF DISCS
Keep discs clean so that you can enjoy only the best
picture quality. Stained, scratched or warped discs can
sometimes result in inferior quality of sound and picture.
The following care instructions are advisable.
How to handle discs
When handling with both hands, handle disc by its edges
with both hands.
When handling with one hand, handle disc by its centre
hold and one edge.
- Avoid touching disc surface as much possible.
- Wipe out the stain on a disc in a direction from the inner
circumference to outer circumference,
- Wipe out the stain on the disc surface (dust,
print) lightly with a soft cloth. When the stain is aggra-
vated, wipe it out with a cloth that is once soaked in the
diluted neutral detergent and squeezed, and thereafter
wipe out the moisture with a dry cloth.
Do not use the ordinary cleaner for phono record, or
static prevention sprays, solvents like benzine and thin-
During play the disc spins at a high speed inside the
player. Do not load in any cracked or warped discs, as
this may result in damage to the playeras well as the disc
Do not adhere any paper or seal to the disc (signal
surface or label, etc.) and also do not write on the label
surface with ball point pens or hard lead pencils.
play is finished or suspended, the disc should be
taken out of the player, put it back into its jacket and
stored vertically, avoiding hot and humid places.
Even if it is kept in its jacket, if placed on a slant or put on
top of something else warpage may occur. Especially
avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
When disc is warped
Put disc into a protective envelope and place it between
two flat plates of glass, with a 4-5
kg weight placed on
it leave it as is for a one day or so period. In this way
warps may be remedied.