DVD Player User’s Guide Model DRC233N Changing entertainment. Again.
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Connect the DVD Player ...6 Point the remote in the right direction and put it in DVD mode ...8 Turn on the TV and the DVD player ...8 Using different menus ...8 How to find your TV’s Video Input Channel ...9 Chapter 2:The Remote Control Button descriptions for DVD mode ...10...
Chapter 1 Things to consider before you connect Protect components from overheating • Don’t block ventilation holes on any of the components. Arrange the components so that air can circulate freely. • Don’t stack components. • If you place components in a stand, make sure you allow adequate ventilation. •...
Explanation of Jacks and Cables There are several ways to connect your DVD Player to your TV depending upon the cables you have and the jacks that are on the back of your TV. Different jacks and cables provide a different level of performance.The jacks on the back of your DVD Player and the cables used to connect...
If your TV has an S-Video jack, connect the DVD Player to the TV with an S-Video cable. Note: Remember to connect the audio cables because the S-Video cable carries only the picture signal, not the sound.
SVCD YPbPr ON•STANDBY Player Display Front of the player ON/STANDBY - Turns the player on and off.The indicator light comes on when the player is in standby mode (off but still plugged into an AC outlet). - Opens and closes the OPEN/CLOSE disc tray.
The back of your TV and VCR might look different than the ones pictured here. Details about the different kinds of cables used to connect your DVD player are on page 3. Don’t connect the DVD player to the VCR, or through the VCR. Doing so could negatively affect the picture quality and/or disable the DVD player.
If your TV has component video jacks (Y, Pb, Pr), use video-grade cables (not provided) to connect the TV to the DVD player’s COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y, Pb, Pr) jacks. It is essential to match the color coded connectors with a compatible TV.
Point the Remote in the Right Direction and Put it in DVD Mode When you want the remote to operate the DVD Player, point the remote at the DVD Player, not the TV. Make sure the remote is in DVD mode - press the DVD button. Also, you must make sure...
Channel that corresponds to the jacks you used to connect the DVD Player to the TV.The Video Input Channel(s) varies for different brands and different models of TVs. If your TV is an RCA, GE, or Proscan brand, the DVD’s remote control probably operates it. Just press the TV button, and then press the INPUT button until you see the DVD’s main menu, screen saver, or the disc you’re...
RCA, GE, and Proscan TVs and VCRs. However, this page only describes the buttons on the remote that you will use with your DVD Player. For descriptions of remote control buttons to be used with your TV and VCR (RCA, GE, and Proscan only), go to the next page.
SPEED In VCR mode, accesses the timer recording menu in some models. TIMER Puts the remote in TV mode so it operates the TV (RCA, GE, and Proscan TVs only). Functions as a TV/VCR button in VCR mode. TV•VCR Puts the remote in VCR mode so it operates the VCR (RCA, GE, and Proscan VCRs only).
Chapter 3 Compatible discs This DVD Player is capable of playing the following types of discs: DVDs, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, Audio CDs, CD-R, CD-RW,Video CDs (VCDs), SVCDs. CDs with mp3 files,WMA files (Windows Media Audio), and DVD+Rewritable JPEG files on them. Before you put a disc in the player, make sure it is compatible.
You can also use the following search features: Picture Scan - When you’re playing a disc, each time you press FORWARD or REVERSE, your DVD Player scans the disc faster until you reach the fastest scan speed.To resume normal playback, press PLAY.
Playing Discs Using the On-Screen Info Displays The Info Display appears across the top of the screen when you press the INFO button on the remote while you’re playing a disc. Use the an icon is highlighted, follow the on-screen instructions, and use the remote control to scroll through the options.
Left Down Time Display (all Info Displays) This feature displays the time that has elapsed during playback. For DVD discs, the time displayed refers to the current title and acts as a Time Search feature.You can skip to any scene. Highlight the Time Display, and use the number buttons on the remote to enter the elapsed time you want to go to.You must use two digits for each field.
Changing the subtitle language with the Info Display will only affect the disc you are currently playing.When the disc is removed or the player is turned off, the subtitle language will revert to the language setting specified through the DVD player’s main menu.
Note:To repeat a Program (Audio CD, mp3 files, and WMA files), you must set up the program via the DVD Player’s Program Play option in the Play Mode menu before the selection will be available in the Info Display. For instructions, go to page 25.
Note:The player defaults to Standard Playback whenever you put a new CD into the DVD player. Program Play (DVD, Audio CD, mp3,WMA) The Program Play Mode is only available after you set up a program through the DVD Player’s menu. Go to page 25 for instructions.
Bookmark Icon (DVD Info Display) The Bookmark feature lets you mark a point on the disc so you can quickly start playing the disc from a bookmarked point. Creating a Bookmark Highlight the Bookmark icon on the Info Display. Press OK (the Bookmark Banner appears). Highlight an unused bookmark.When the disc reaches the scene you want to mark, press the OK button on the remote (the bookmark icon changes to two icons side-by-side: an arrow and a trash can).
Playing Discs Camera Angle Icon (DVD Info Display) Some discs contain multiple angles of a particular scene or sequence. If the disc only has one angle, this feature won’t work. Currently, very few discs have this feature. While a disc is playing, press ANGLE on the remote. If the disc wasn’t created with multiple angles, the invalid symbol appears.
This on-screen arrow indicates that there are more files/folders listed above the current list—press the up arrow button) on the remote control to scroll through the list. Press (the down arrow button) on the remote control to see the other files/folders that are on the disc.
Playing Discs JPEG Info Display: during playback, press INFO on the remote control.To change the slide show speed, press the button to access different options. Graphics throughout this User’s Guide are for representation only. Playback Details (continued) Once you’ve inserted the disc and selected your JPEG file/folder from the on-screen list: •...
OF F • G O B A C K MUTE RETU R N CLEAR MEN U AU DIO ANGLE LOC K SUBTIT LE TIT LE TIMER GUIDE INFO INPUT PLAY MODE • REVERSE PLAY FORWAR D RECOR D STOP PAUSE AGAIN ZO OM OPEN...
The DVD Player Menu System The DVD player menu system is not the same as the disc menu or the Info Display.The DVD player menu appears when there’s no disc playing. If you are playing a disc, press STOP on the remote control to stop playback (the DVD player menu appears).
AutoPlay You can set up the DVD Player so a disc automatically starts playing whenever the disc tray is closed. Highlight AutoPlay and press OK (On appears next to the AutoPlay menu).To turn AutoPlay off, just press OK again while AutoPlay is highlighted.
You can set up ratings limits and lock your player in order to control the type of content people watch on your DVD Player.The padlock icon indicates whether the player is locked or unlocked. Locked: You need to enter the password in order to play discs that have a higher rating than what you’ve allowed.When the player is locked, nobody can access the...
Level 8 movies are considered the most offensive). Note: In order for the Ratings Limits to be enforced, the DVD Player must be locked and the disc you’re playing must contain a movie (or a title) that is rated.
Menu System 8 Least Restrictive *MPAA ratings may vary from disc to disc. 1 Most Restrictive Password Required Free Access Unrated Titles Free Access Password Required The Display Menu Display menu contains the settings that affect how a disc’s content looks on your TV. Play Play Mode Parental Control...
TV Image Since the is the first submenu, it’s already highlighted. Press the OK button (the TV Image options appear). Use the buttons to highlight your choice (the options are explained below), and press OK to select. Graphics throughout this User’s Guide are for representation only. Menu System 4 x 3 Letterbox –...
Menu System Front Display You can change the brightness of the display on the front of your DVD player to suit the lighting of the room. SVCD YPbPr ON•STANDBY Front Display Play Play Mode Parental Control TV Image Display Sound...
Languages Notes: Discs are created differently.The DVD player can’t override some language preferences. If a disc’s software was created to play the movie (title) in a preferred language, the preference you set might be ignored. Also, if the language isn’t available on the movie you’re playing, the disc’s default language will be chosen.
• Try unplugging the AC power cord, wait 2 minutes, and plug it back in. No power • Plug in the DVD Player. Make sure both ends of the AC power cord are securely plugged into the player and into an AC outlet.
The picture is distorted • Did you connect your VCR to the DVD Player? Disconnect it, and connect the VCR directly to the TV and the DVD Player directly to the TV. See chapter 1 for correct setup and connection information.
Additional Information Maintenance of Cabinet For safety reasons, when cleaning the cabinet be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet • Do not use benzene, thinner, or other solvents for cleaning. • Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth. Formation of Condensation •...
TV via the COMPONENT OUT jacks (Y, Pb, Pr); and turn on Progressive Scan in the DVD player. 1) Make sure your TV is a Progressive Scan TV (check the owner’s manual) 2) Connect the DVD Player to the Progressive Scan TV via the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks VIDEO I NPUT 4...
Don’t panic—try the following: First, press the PREV/VIDEO button on the front of the DVD player (it will go to the next video output option, which is an interlace output so a picture should appear on the TV screen).
CD-Rs prevent optimal playback of these files on your DVD player (that is degraded sound quality and even, in some cases, inability of the player to read the file or files).
Additional Information CD-R and CD-RW discs with JPEG format “image” files To view your JPEG images on a TV set you do not need to record your photographs with a resolution above 400,000 pixels (which corresponds to an image format of about 720 x 576 dots) because of the resolution of most TVs.
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