Note on DVD VIDEO and VIDEO
CD playback operations
Some playback operations for
a DVD VIDEO or VIDEO CD may
be intentionally restricted by
software producers. Therefore,
some playback features may not
be available. Be sure to read the
operating instructions of the DVD
VIDEO or VIDEO CD.
Notes on playable files
Playback may take a longer time
to start when:
— a DATA CD/DATA DVD/USB
device is recorded with a
complicated tree structure.
— the audio files or video files in
another folder have just been
The system can play back a DATA
CD/DATA DVD or a USB device in
the following conditions:
— up to a depth of 8 folders
— up to 300 folders
— up to 999 files in a disc
— up to 2,000 files in a USB device
— up to 650 files in a folder
These numbers may vary
depending on the file or folder
Folders that have no audio files or
video files are skipped.
Files transferred by a device such
as a computer may not be played
back in the order in which they
The playback order may not be
applicable depending on the
software used for creating the
audio file or video file.
Compatibility with all encoding/
writing software of the supported
formats, recording devices,
and recording media cannot be
Depending on the Xvid file, the
picture may be unclear or the
sound may skip.
Notes about USB devices
This system is not guaranteed to
operate with all USB devices.
Although there are a variety
of complex functions for USB
devices, the playable contents
of USB devices connected to
the system are music and video
contents only. For details, refer to
the operating instructions of the
When a USB device is inserted,
the system reads all the files on
the USB device. If there are many
folders or files on the USB device,
it may take a long time to finish
reading the USB device.
Do not connect the system and
the USB device through a USB hub.
With some connected USB
devices, there may be a delay
before an operation is performed
by this system.
The playback order for the system
may differ from the playback order
of the connected USB device.
Before using a USB device, make
sure that no virus-ridden files are
on the USB device.
Your system has a region code and
will only play back a DVD VIDEO
labeled with an identical region