DVD-L77 DVD/VIDEO CD/CD Player with stereo radio and 6.2” widescreen LCD...
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Illustration of the Controls/Jacks On the Main Unit Main unit 3 5 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 8 6 4 2 24 25 26 27 28 1. FUNCTION CONTROL 2. BAND CONTROL 3. VOLUME CONTROL 4. TUNING CONTROL 5.
Remote control unit DISPLAY SETUP REPEAT 1/ALL MENU SUBTITLE PLAY TITLE SELECT AUDIO PAUSE/STEP F.BWD F.FWD PREV ANGLE ZOOM PROGRAM 1. PAL/NTSC/AUTO button 2. REPEAT A-B button 3. REPEAT 1/ALL button 4. MENU button MUTE 5. SUBTITLE button 6. PLAY button 7.
Basic connection Ensure that this player and other equipment that you might choose to connect to the unit are in standby or off mode. Disconnect the AC power cords before commencing connection. Do not block ventilation holes of any piece of the equipment and arrange them so that air can circulate freely. Read through the instructions before connecting other equipment.
Optional audio connections Connecting to a decoder with Dolby Digital (AC-3/DTS) processing (optional) When DVD recorded in Dolby Digital/DTS are played, Dolby digital/DTS bitstream is output from the player's OPTICAL digital audio output connector or COAXIAL digital audio output connector. When the player is connected to a Dolby Digital/DTS decoder , you can enjoy theater-quality audio in your home.
Optional audio connections Notes when connecting the optical digital audio cable (optional) Remove the dust protection cap from the optical digital audio output and connect the cable firmly so that the configurations of both the cable and the connector match. Keep the dust protection cap to protect against dust.
Remote control unit preparation Battery installation Insert the battery while observing the correct (+) and (-) polarities as illustrated at right. Service life of batteries The life of a battery normally lasts for about one year although this depends on how often, and for what operations, the remote control unit is used.
Operations PREPARATION If applicable: Power-on the TV set and select video input mode. Power-on the audio system which is connected to the player. GETTING STARTED 1. Turn on the player. 2. Raise the hinged disc cover. 3. Place a disc onto the disc tray. 4.
Operations MULTI-ANGLE VIEWING (DVD ONLY) Press ANGLE button during playback to display the number of angles being played and then select a desired angle to view the scene. Note: Only the DVDs shot with multi-angle scenes have this function. CHANGING SUBTITLE LANGUAGE (DVD ONLY) Press SUBTITLE button during playback, the subtitle language shown on the screen will change as a response to each press;...
Initial DVD settings 1.SYSTEM SETUP SYSTEM SETUP SYSTEM SETUP TV SYSTEM SCREEN SAVER TV TYPE PASSWORD RATING DEFAULT EXIT SETUP 1.1 TV SYSTEM - It is used to select the TV mode. Options: NTSC / PAL/ AUTO Please select this option as per your area or TV set. 1.2 SCREEN SAVER - When the player is not in use for 3 minutes, a running DVD logo will move across the TV screen to protect an external screen.
RADIO OPERATION TO PLAY THE RADIO 1. Turn the FUNCTION switch to the RADIO position; the POWER Indicator will light up. 2. Select the desired band with the BAND switch. 3. Tune to the desired station by rotating the TUNING control (move the control back and forth until you get the clearest sound). 4.
Troubleshooting Before requesting service for this player, check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple checks or a adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation. Symptom (Common) No power.
Disc handling and product maintenance Handling precautions Hold the disc by the edges so the surface will not be soiled with fingerprints. Fingerprints, dirt and scratches can cause skipping and distortion. Do not write on the label side with a ball-point pen or other writing utensils. Do not use record cleaning sprays, benzine, thinner or static electricity prevention liquids.
SANYO CANADA INC.’S RESPONSIBILITY During the warranty period, SANYO Canada Inc. will repair, or at our option, replace an Audio product which shows evidence of a manufacturing defect in materials or workmanship. Replacement PARTS are warranted for the remaining portion of the warranty period.