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Aiwa XD-DW5U Operating Instructions Manual

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XD-DW7
XD-DW5
PORTABLE DVD PLAYER
REPRODUCTOR PORTÁTIL DE DVD
LECTEUR DE DVD PORTABLE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCCIONES DE MANEJO
MODE D'EMPLOI
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ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
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    XD-DW7 XD-DW5 PORTABLE DVD PLAYER REPRODUCTOR PORTÁTIL DE DVD LECTEUR DE DVD PORTABLE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCCIONES DE MANEJO MODE D'EMPLOI ENGLISH ESPAÑOL FRANÇAIS ESPAÑOL...

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    CORRECTION Please note the following corrections to the Operating Instructions: Page 43 You do not remember the code number set in “Ratings”. INCORRECT s CORRECT CORRECCIÓN Tenga en cuenta las siguientes correcciones para el manual de instrucciones: Página 43 No recuerda el código ajustado en “Limite de Clasificacion”. INCORRECTO s CORRECTO CORRECTION...

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    ENGLISH NOTE FOR USE IN THE U.S.A. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    (you will find them on the bottom of your set) in the space provided below. Please refer to them when you contact your Aiwa dealer in case of difficulty. Model No. Serial No. (Lot No.) Table of contents PREPARATIONS Parts and controls ...

  • Page 5: Parts And Controls

    PREPARATIONS Parts and controls Main unit (front and right side) # $ % ^& * () Liquid crystal display Do not push the liquid crystal display hard. Stereo speakers iOPEN button Remote sensor Display window POWER ON/OFF/HOLD switch Power indicator VOLUME control PHONES jack PAL/NTSC switch...

  • Page 6: Display Window

    Main unit (left side) DC IN 9V jack iDISC OPEN portion Display window Playback indicator DVD indicator Q SURROUND indicator Angle indicator Repeat playback indicators } : Disc repeat 1} : Chapter/title/track repeat }A-B : A-B repeat Battery indicator Chapter indicator Title/chapter/track number indication/Time indication The SET UP button is used to change the...

  • Page 7: Remote Control

    Parts and controls (continued) Remote control PROGRAM button MARK button 0-9 buttons +10 button TOP MENU button j, l, i, k, ENTER buttons vRETURN button a button ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF button POWER button REPEAT button Q SURROUND button A-B button ANGLE button ENGLISH &...

  • Page 8: Remote Control

    Remote control Installing batteries Detach the battery cover on the rear of the remote control, and insert two R6 (size AA) batteries with 0 and 9 aligned correctly. When to replace the batteries The maximum operational distance between the remote control and the sensor of the units should be approximately 5 meters (16 feet).

  • Page 9: Using The Battery Pack

    NOTES • This unit is not usable with car power adaptors other than the AIWA DC-901. If you use another one, it will cause a malfunction. • This unit is designed for indoor use. To maintain good performance, do not use and...

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    When recharge is finished The charge lamp turns off. After making sure the indicator is turned off, disconnect the AC adaptor and the supplied power cord. Time to recharge the battery The battery indicator changes the indication based on the remaining power in the battery as follows: Recharge the battery when After...

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    Using the battery pack (continued) Connecting the battery pack to the unit Fit the claws of the battery pack into the latch slots on the bottom of this unit. Push the battery pack up and into the latch slots as shown below. Make sure that the battery pack is connected firmly.

  • Page 12: Playback (the Basics)

    PLAYBACK (THE BASICS) Playing back Slide POWER switch on the main unit toward ON to turn the power on. The power indicator lights. The power cannot be turned on by POWER of the remote control. When using with the battery pack, the power may not be turned on at once.

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    Playing back (continued) Close the disc cover. This unit automatically begin playing the disc. If the disc does not begin to play, press c(Play). When the remote control is used The instructions in this manual refer mainly to the buttons on the main unit. Buttons on the remote control with the same names as those on the main unit can be used as well.

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    Removing the disc Caution Make sure that the disc stops and is completely still before you remove the disc. If you touch the spinning disc, you may hurt your finger. 1 Press s to stop playback. 2 Put your finger on the pit DISC OPENi on the left side of this unit and open the disc cover.

  • Page 15: Stopping Playback

    Playing back (continued) Stopping playback Press s. This unit remembers the point at which playback stopped (Resume function). When c(Play) is pressed, playback begins from the resumed point. To clear the resumed point Press s again during stop. It is also cleared when the disc cover is opened. Still (Pause) Press a during playback.

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    Skipping Press r or t during playback. • Skip to the next chapter or track: t The disc position advances one chapter or track each time the button is pressed. • Return to the previous chapter or track: r For DVD, video CD with PBC on, and audio CD: Pressing r once skips to the beginning of the chapter (track) currently being played, and pressing r twice skips to the previous...

  • Page 17: Operation With Osd

    OPERATION WITH OSD Information about On Screen Display (OSD) This unit features OSD Menu Icons showing disc information (title/chapter/track number, elapsed playing time, audio/subtitle language, angle, and sound) and player information (repeat play, play mode, marker, etc.). Some icons only show the indicated information. Other icons allow the settings to be changed.

  • Page 18: Title Search (dvd)/track Search

    During Video CD or an audio CD playback: 1 2 3 00:00 STEREO shows the track number. (See page 16.) While playing a video CD Version 2.0, if the “--” appears instead of the track number, the PBC function is set to shows the elapsed playing time during playback.

  • Page 19: Chapter Search (dvd)

    ENTER jlik Chapter search (DVD) While playing, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly. The menu icons are displayed. To operate with the T-SEARCH button Press T-SEARCH on the remote control while playing. Then go to step 2. Press j or l to select the “Chapter search”...

  • Page 20: Time Search (dvd)

    Time search (DVD) With a DVD which allows displaying of elapsed time, you can specify a time on the disc to search for a desired location. While playing, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly.

  • Page 21: Mark Function (dvd, Video Cd With Pbc Off, Audio Cd)

    ENTER jlik Mark function (DVD, Video CD with PBC off, audio CD) Playback can restart from a memorized point. The mark cannot span a title boundary, but must be within a single title. To memorize the points While playing, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly.

  • Page 22: Checking On Or Off Of Pbc (video Cd)

    To restart play from the memorized point While the “Mark function” icon is displayed, press j or l to select a point. You can also use the number buttons (1-5) to select a point. Press c(Play) to start play. To restart play from the memorized point with the MARK button 1 Press MARK while playing.

  • Page 23: Programed Playback (video Cd With Pbc Off, Audio Cd)

    ENTER jlik Programed playback (Video CD with PBC off, audio CD) With video and audio CDs, you can select the tracks you would like to play, and play them in any order. You can specify up to 30 tracks. You can also repeat programed selections. Either when playing, or while the resume function is active, press DISPLAY on the main unit or...

  • Page 24: Random Playback (video Cd With Pbc Off, Audio Cd)

    Press ikjl to select “START”, then press ENTER. Playback begins from the specified track. You can also start playback with c(Play). PROGRAM MENU DISC PROGRAM 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 RETURN START To delete a programed track...

  • Page 25: Repeat Playback

    Repeat playback ENTER jlik Repeating a DVD Either when playing, or while the resume function is active, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly. The menu icons are displayed. Press j or l to select the “Repeat playback”...

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    Repeating a Video CD with PBC off /an audio CD Either when playing, or while the resume function is active, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly. The menu icons are displayed. Press j or l to select the “Repeat playback”...

  • Page 27: Changing The Angle (dvd)

    ENTER jlik Changing the angle (DVD) When playing a DVD which has been recorded in multi-angle (photographed from several different angles), you can select which angle you would like to view the action from. When a multi-angle scene comes on during playback, the indicator will be displayed on the display window to let you know that you can...

  • Page 28: Displaying And Changing Subtitles

    Displaying and changing subtitles When playing discs which contain subtitles, you can display the subtitles on the screen or change the language of the subtitles. Displaying subtitles While playing, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control repeatedly.

  • Page 29: Changing The Audio Track

    Changing the audio track ENTER jlik Selecting audio tracks (DVD) Some DVDs have more than one audio track, such as soundtracks with different languages. While playing such a disc, you can change the audio track to hear the different soundtracks. While playing, press DISPLAY on the main unit or ONSCREEN DISPLAY ON/OFF on the remote control...

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    Selecting karaoke audio (video CD, DVD) The method of recording the vocal audio may differ from disc to disc. This DVD player allows you to select the right method for the disc, so that you can use any karaoke disc. Video CD karaoke: Either when playing, or while the resume function is active, press...

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    Changing the audio track (continued) Selecting Q surround (DVD) Even when only two speakers are used for the left and right, Q SURROUND makes the sounds rich and wide as if you are surrounded by two front speakers and two rear speakers. Either when playing, or while the resume function is active, press DISPLAY on the main unit or...

  • Page 32: Set Up Operation

    SET UP OPERATION Changing setup values RETURN Basic operations Your DVD player comes from the factory with all the basic items set properly. Change any other settings according to your individual setup and preferences. Press SET UP while the player is stopped.

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    Changing setup values (continued) Use i or k to move the cursor (the yellow area) to the desired setting. Press ENTER. The selected setting will be saved, and the main setup screen of step 1 will be displayed again. However, for some settings the screen will display a more detailed menu instead.

  • Page 34: Disc Languages

    Disc Languages Sets the language for displaying DVD disc menus. There are 3 items you can set. Audio Language: 1 At the initial setting screen, select “Disc Languages” by using i or k. Then press ENTER. 2 Use i or k to move the cursor (the yellow area) to select “Audio language”.

  • Page 35: Subtitle Language

    Changing setup values (continued) Subtitle Language: 1 At the initial setting screen, select “Disc Languages” by using i or k. Then press ENTER. 2 Use i or k to move the cursor (the yellow area) to “Subtitle Language”. Disc Languages Choose the item ik Audio Language Original...

  • Page 36: Disc Menu

    Disc Menu: 1 At the initial setting screen, select “Disc Languages” by using i or k. Then press ENTER. 2 Use i or k to move the cursor (the yellow area) to “Disc Menu”. Disc Languages Choose the item ik Audio Language Original Subtitle Language...

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    Changing setup values (continued) TV Aspect There are 2 options for the television aspect ratio. When your television is connected to this unit with the connecting cable has a conventional size screen (4:3), refer to “NORMAL TV”. If the connected TV has a wide-screen (16:9), refer to “WIDE TV”.

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    Ratings Caution In some discs, the rating level mentioned on the disc label is not registered inside the disc. To check whether the lock setting is functional in this unit, carry out the lock setting procedures. 1 At the initial setting screen, select “Ratings”...

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    Changing setup values (continued) Sets the default PBC (Play back control) mode on or off for playing a video CD with PBC function. 1 At the initial setting screen, select “PBC” by using i or k. Then press ENTER. 2 Use i or k to move the cursor (the yellow area) to “ON”...

  • Page 40: Connection

    CONNECTION Connecting to external equipment Before connecting • Turn off the power of this unit and the equipment to be connected. • Refer to the instructions for the equipment to be connected. Connecting to a wide TV/an AV TV According to the type of connected TV, set the initial TV mode referring to “TV Aspect” on page 35. Yellow To VIDEO IN/OUT jack Video connecting...

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    Connecting the external equipment (continued) Connecting to audio equipment without digital audio input terminals Connecting to audio equipment with digital audio input terminals ENGLISH Black To AUDIO/OPT OUT jack Audio connecting cable (supplied) To AUDIO/OPT OUT jack Optical connecting cable (not supplied) To audio input jacks White...

  • Page 42: Connecting To An Active Speaker System

    Connecting to an active speaker system Output sound from the optical output terminals of this unit Playing disc Audio recording system Dolby digital (AC-3) Linear PCM 48 kHz/96 kHz 16/20/24 bit MPEG 1 Video CD Linear PCM Audio CD 2 When a 96 kHz-24 bit disc is played, the audio signals are output in 48 kHz-16 bit. 1 This changes condensed audio signals to PCM and outputs them.

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    Connecting the external equipment (continued) Connecting to a dolby digital (AC-3) decoder During playback of a DVD recorded in Dolby Digital (AC-3)/5.1ch surround, bit streams of Dolby Digital are output from the optical audio output terminals of this unit. By connecting to a dolby digital decoder, you can enjoy theater-quality realistic audio sound right in your own home.

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    Connecting to a video camera You can enjoy contents of an external video camera through the liquid crystal display and stereo speakers of this unit. To VIDEO IN/OUT jack Video connecting cable (supplied) To video output jack To set to the color system of connected equipment Slide the PAL/NTSC switch on the right side according to the color system of connected...

  • Page 45: Others

    OTHERS Troubleshooting If something seems to be wrong with your DVD player, first check the items in the table below. General The power does not turn on. • Connect the AC adaptor correctly or insert the battery pack correctly. (page 6-9) •...

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    Operations Playback does not start by pressing c(Play). Playback stops immediately. • The player is affected by condensation. (page 2) Wait approximately one or two hours. • If the disc is dirty, wipe it with a cleaning cloth. • Insert the disc correctly with the label side up. (page 10) Playback does not start when a title is selected.

  • Page 47: Language Codes

    Language codes Code Language 6565 Afar 6566 Abkhazian 6570 Afrikaans 6577 Amharic 6582 Arabic 6583 Assamese 6588 Aymara 6590 Azerbaijani 6665 Bashkir 6669 Byelorussian 6671 Bulgarian 6672 Bihari 6678 Bengali; Bangla 6679 Tibetan 6682 Breton 6765 Catalan 6779 Corsican 6783 Czech 6789 Welsh...

  • Page 48: Explanation Of Terms

    Explanation of terms Interactive DVD With this DVD disc, the story is changeable by user's selection, and/or the direction of view is changeable. Title, chapter (DVD) A DVD disc is divided into large parts (title) and smaller parts (chapter). Each part has a number which is called title number or chapter number.

  • Page 49: Specifications

    Specifications Main unit Power supply DC 9 V Power consumption 18 W Weight Main unit: Battery pack: External dimensions XD-DW7: 195 (W) 26.9 (H) 144 (D) mm XD-DW5: 195 (W) 31.9 (H) 144 (D) mm Signal format NTSC Supported discs DVD video discs 12 cm (single-sided single- layer, single-sided double-...

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    • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. c1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. • Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending.

  • Page 51

    Playbac k of a CD-R/CD-R W A CD-R/CD-RW may not be played back because its reflectance is lower than a CD. In addition, playback may not be carried out because of a disc’s condition, a spot, a scratch, condensation on the pick up lens, etc.

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    CAUTION <Note for CD-R/RW playback> This unit cannot play any CD-R/RW disc. Some CD-R/RW discs may be played back, however, we do not guarantee their operations. < Note for high temperatures > To prevent a malfunction, deformation, or discoloration, please avoid placing the product in direct sunlight, near any heat sources, or inside your car in the summer time.

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    When listening with headphones Important You must use the supplied extension cable to suit to the Part 15 of the FCC rules, when listening with headphones (not supplied). To connect your headphones (1) Connect headphones (not supplied) to the supplied extension cable. (2) Insert the plug of the supplied extension cable to PHONES jack of this unit.

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    8A-HU1-901-01 000613ATN-Y0 Printed in Japan...

This manual also for:

Xd-dw7u, Xd-dw5, Xd-dw7

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