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Connection

General explanation

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Video connection and Audio connection can be totally separate. That means you
can connect the Video output to one equipment and connect the Audio output to
another with no problems. Depending on your TV and other equipment you wish
to connect, there are various ways you connect the player. Possible connections
are shown in the following drawings.
Please refer to the manuals of your TV,VCR,stereo system or other devices as
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necessary to make the best connections.
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Do not connect your DVD-player via your VCR. The video quality could be distorted
by the copy protection system.
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For better sound reproduction,conncet the player's audio out jacks to the audio in
jacks of your amplifier,receiever,stereo or A/V equipment. see [ Audio Connection].
Caution: Do not connect the player's audio out jack to the phono in jack of your

Video connection

Video CVBS connection
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CVBS video output is the most common video formate we are using now,
TV
it combines brightness signal and chroma signal together and only uses one
cable for output. Plugs of the cable are both in yellow.
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connect the Video socket on the rear of the player to the corresponding
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socket on the TV using the cable supplied.
VIDEO CABLE
S-Video connection.
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S-video is a kind of component video output. It includes two separated
signals, they are brightness and chroma. Reproducing high quality picture
TV
SURROUND
SUB WF
FRONT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
is its advantage.
PCM/MPEG2/ dD
R
R
L
L
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
SURROUND
CENTER
FRONT
R
L
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
CR
CB
Y
MULTICHANNEL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
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connect the S-Video connector on the rear of the player to the corresponding
connector on the TV using the S-Video cable(not supplied).
S-VIDEO CABLE
Y/C
/C
R
B
TV
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Y/C
/C
R
of signals, they are Y; C
CR
Y
with monochromatic TV. (use Y only)
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connect the Y/C
connector on the TV using the Y/C
CR
Y Y Y
YUV CABLE
Caution: Y/C
audio system.
connection.
is another kind of component video output. It includes three sort
B
; C
. This video formate can be compatible
RED
BLUE
/C
connector on the rear of the player to the corresponding
R
B
/C
cable (not supplied).
R
B
/C
video and S-video can not work at the same time, so you
R
B
have to set one of them to be active in setup menu. Please refer to
the chapter [Setup Menu] for ditails.
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Audeo connection
Connect Audio output to TV
TV
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Use the TV speaker for sound reporduction, connect the audio left and right
channel sockets on the player rear panel to the corresponding sockets on your
R
L
TV with the audio cable. (supplied)
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R
L
AUDIO CABLE
Connecting to an A/V receiver equipment
Digital multi-channel connection provides the best sound quality. For this you
need a multi-channel receiver that supports one or more of the audio formats
supplied by your DVD player ( Dolby Digital(TM) (AC-3), MPEG 2 and DTS).
Check the receiver manual and the logos on the front of the receiver.
Connect to A/V receiver with digital coaxial cable
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Connect the player's digital coaxial output to the corresponding input on the
receiver using the digital coaxial cable(not supplied), it is just the same as audio
RECEIVER
cable which supplied in the package.
DIGITAL AUDIO
IN
IN
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You might need to set the item[ DIGITAL OUTPUT] in setup menu for adapting
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your receiver. Please refer to the chapter [ Setup Menu] for details.
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In this case, do not use the player's audio left and right output.
DIGITAL AUDIO
CABLE (coaxial)
RECEIVER
Connect to A/V receiver with digital optical cable
DIGITAL AUDIO
IN
IN
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Connect the player's digital optical output to the corresponding input on the
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receiver using the digital optical cable(not supplied), it is just the same as audio
cable which supplied in the package.
DIGITAL AUDIO
CABLE (optical)
You might need to set the item[ DIGITAL OUTPUT] in setup menu for adapting
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your receiver. Please refer to the chapter [ Setup Menu] for details.
In this case, do not use the player's audio left and right output.
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NOTE: If the audio format of the digital output does not match the capabilities
of your receiver, the sound will be muted.
Analog connection to a multi-channel A/V receiver with 6CH connectors
This DVD player contains a multi-channel decoder. This enables playback of
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DVDs recorded in multi-channel surround without the need of optional decoder.
Connect the audio out jacks for center speaker; front speakers; surround
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speakers and subwoofer to the corresponding jacks on your reciever.
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Make the appropriate sound settings for [ Speaker settings] in the setup menu.
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Please refer to the chapter [Setup Menu] for details.
Only DVD discs have the multi-channel audio output, SVCD; VCD and CD
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have only audio left and right output.
NOTE : If the subwoofer is equipped with its own amplifier, the subwooder
connection should be connected dirctly to the subwoofer.
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Connection

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