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Before applying power Special features Micro-component system featuring DVD VIDEO and MD A DVD VIDEO player and MD recorder are provided as standard. This combination can be used for example for playing DVD music software and record its audio output on an MD. (Note that it is only the analog audio that can be recorded when recording DVD Video, VCD or MP3 file playback on MD.) MP3 playback Music files recorded in the MP3 audio compression format can be played back.
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Before applying power Contents Caution : Read the pages marked carefully to ensure safe operation. Various playback features .......... 58 Preparation section Listening to the desired sequence (program playback) ... 58 Repeated playback ..............60 Before applying power ..........2 A-B repeat playback ..............
System connection System connection Malfunction of microcomputer If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the microcomputer referring to "In case of difficulty". ¬ Connection of the System Accessories Connect the antenna as shown in the figure. Do not plug the power cord into a wall AC outlet until the connection has been completed.
System connection Connection of speakers ÷ Never short-circuit the "+" and "-" speaker cords. The protection circuit will operate and no sound will be put out. ÷ The "+" and "-" polarity are inverted, the sound will be unnatural with unclear localization of musical instru- ments.
Conection of Subwoofer (optional) Extremely low frequency sound is played back powerfully. Subwoofer SUB WOOFER PRE OUT KENWOOD KENWOOD Using Headphones Insert the headphone plug into the PHONES When a DTS-encoded disc (CDs, LDs, DVDs) is played, noise may interfere with the headphone jack.
System connection Connection of external source component Analog signal connection The AUDIO AUX IN (AUDIO AUX OUT) input jacks on the rear panel can be used to connect a cassette deck, etc. Cassette deck etc. audio input ¶ ¡ audio output AUDIO Digital signal connection The OPTICAL digital input jack on the rear panel can be used to connect a digital component.
System connection Channel space setting The space between radio channels has been set to the one that prevails in the area to which the system is shipped. However, if the current channel space setting does not match the setting in the area where the system is to be used, for instance when you move from area 1 or area 2 shown in the following table or vice versa, proper recep- tion of AM/FM broadcasts cannot be expected.
Controls and indicators Controls and indicators Main unit VOLUME/ MULTI CONTROL STANDBY /TIMER DVD/CD STOP TUNER/ BAND TUNING MODE ¢ P.CALL DVD/CD SOUND MODE SET/DEMO REC MODE MD REC PHONES MD 6 key When power is ON: Press to set the unit to ON or STANDBY. Press to select the "MD"...
Controls and indicators 4 P.CALL ¢ keys SET/DEMO key During DVD (VCD, CD, MP3), MD playback : Press to set or enter an item selected with the Press to skip in the forward or backward direction. VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob. This key is also used for switching demonstration During tuner reception: on/off.
Controls and indicators Operation of remote control unit TIME/SPACE key When "DVD/CD" or "MD" input is selected: Press to switch the time information displayed during DVD (VCD, CD) or MD playback. Press to enter a space during MD title entry. POWER DISPLAY/CHARAC.
Controls and indicators DVD/CD 6 key ON SCREEN key MD 6 key Press to display the OSD information on the con- nected TV screen. TUNER/BAND key VIRTUAL SURROUND key AUX key STOP7/AUTO/MONO key Press to switch Virtual Surround on and off. MUTE key O.T.E.
Clock adjustment Controls and indicators This unit incorporates a clock function. Be sure to adjust the correct time before using the timer function. If there is a power failure or the power cord is unplugged then plugged in again while the power set to off (STANDBY mode) after a timer is activated, the STANDBY/TIMER indicator blinks in amber.
Video Formats Playable Disc DVD VCD The TV picture display and disc signal systems can be divided roughly into two TV formats (NTSC and PAL). They are variable depending on countries and areas. This unit reproduces NTSC discs in NTSC format and PAL discs in PAL format. If the video formats of the disc and TV do not match, the disc cannot be reproduced correctly.
Playable Disc Playable Disc Operation restriction according to the disc or player status DVD VCD Operations of some DVDs and VCDs are restricted by the intention of the software producers. Opera- tions may also be restricted due to the status of the player. As this player plays discs in accordance with the intentions of software producers, some functions may not work as intended by the user.
Playable Disc Region Codes of This Player A region code defined for each country or area is assigned for each DVD VIDEO player, so it cannot play a DVD VIDEO disc if its region code do not match that of this unit. Also, a disc which does not contain any region code may sometimes be unable to be played on the player.
Playable Disc Configuration of Discs DVD VCD DVD VIDEO disc configuration DVD VIDEO disc Title 1 Title 2 Chapter 1 2 2 3 4 5 Chapter 1 The title is the largest unit composing the music and/or pictures in an DVD VIDEO disc. Each title is composed of multiple chapters.
Basic use method Basic use method Switching the power ON (OFF) Tone adjustment Balance adjustment Bass and treble compensation VOLUME/ MULTI CONTROL Bass and treble STANDBY /TIMER compensation DVD/CD STOP TUNER/ BAND TUNING MODE ¢ P.CALL DVD/CD SOUND MODE SET/DEMO REC MODE MD REC Muting the sound temporarily 1.
Basic use method Muting the sound temporarily Bass and treble compensation (NB : Natural Bass circuit) Remote control unit only Blinks SOUND URROUND P.S.A. MUTE MUTE Each press switch the modes as follows. ÷ Press again to resume the original volume. 1 "NB 1"...
Playback Basic use method The following procedure shows how to play a disc, such as a CD, VCD or DVD, from the beginning. When playing a VCD with P.B.C. (Play-Back Control) capability, please read "Menu playback of P.B.C.- compatible VCD". t For details on the MP3 discs containing MP3 files, see "MP3 that can be played back with this equip- ment".
Basic use method Playback 3. Select the desired items from the menu screen. FOLDER - SEARCH - FILE TOP MENU MENU/P.B.C. When a DVD VIDEO containing the recording of the top menu or menu is played, the top menu or menu is displayed. These menus allow you to select the position you want to play eas- ily based on an interactive method.
Basic use method Playback Slow playback and reverse slow playback DVD VCD Press the 1 key or ¡ key in still mode to select one of 5 available speeds. Remote control unit only Reverse slow Slow playback playback ¶ When OSD is displayed, pressing the ON SCREEN but- TUNING ton turns it off and shows the speed in place.
Basic use method Playback Playing discs by selecting the title, chapter, track, folder or file DVD VCD Press the numeric keys as shown below..Remote control unit only To select track 23 ......+10, +10, 3 Select the desired track No. To select track 40 ......
Basic use method Playback Basic OSD Operation DVD VCD Various operations can be performed by selecting the OSD icons on the TV screen using the cursor key (2 3 5 ∞) on the remote. The OSD cannot be displayed when DVD VIDEO, VCD is played by menu playback. It may also be unavailable with certain discs.
Basic use method Playback Icons on the TV screen DVD VCD Information related to the disc (title, chapter, time, voice language, subtitle language, angle, etc.) or the player (repeat mode, video quality, etc.) can be displayed and changed as required. The icons displayed on the TV screen are as shown below.
Basic use method Playback Time display for DVD/CD player DVD VCD Use the following procedure to switch the type of information shown by the time display shown in the OSD or player display. Time search is also available for specifying the position to start playback by in- putting the time information.
Playback of MD Basic use method When a disc is placed into the MD recorder in advance, the unit will be switched on automatically by pressing the MD 6 key, and playback will start. Tracks in MD are played according to the record mode used in recording (MDLP2 recording, etc.) Playback from desired track ¤...
Basic use method Playback of MD Start playback/ To pause playback To fast forward and backward Remote control unit only Backward Forward search search TUNING ÷ Each press pauses and plays the MD alternately. ÷ Press and hold one of the keys during playback. Normal playback resumes at the point where the To stop playback key is released.
Basic use method Playback of MD Time display for MD recorder Each press of the TIME/SPACE key changes the 1 Elapsed time of track being played displayed contents. 2 Remaining time of track being played Remote control unit only 3 Elapsed time of entire disc TIME ("TOTAL"...
Receiving broadcast station Collective presetting of stations Main unit only Receive a broadcast. Up to 40 stations can be memorized. ÷ The previously preset frequencies are overwritten. TUNER/ BAND ÷ When there are many stations and the intended station has not been preset, please also use "One-by-one pre- ﬂ...
Receiving broadcast station Tuning a non-preset radio station (Auto tuning, Manual tuning) Select the tuning mode according to the radio wave receiving condition. When the receiving condition is good: AUTO ÷ In MANUAL mode, FM stations are received in mode When it is poor due to weak radio waves: monaural.
Recording on MD Recording on MD Pause the recording Stop the recording VOLUME/ MULTI CONTROL STANDBY /TIMER DVD/CD STOP TUNER/ BAND TUNING MODE ¢ P.CALL DVD/CD SOUND MODE SET/DEMO REC MODE MD REC 1. Make the preparations for recording. Insert with the shutter facing upward Open the write protect tab of the MD to make it recordable.
Recording on MD 3. Prepare the recording source. DVD (MP3, VCD, CD) : Put the CD player in record-pause mode at the begin- ning of the track to be recorded. TUNER (Broadcasts) : Receive a station. AUX (Analog) : Make the source component ready for reception or playback. DIGITAL AUX (Digital) : Make the source component ready for reception or playback.
Recording on MD Selecting the recording input signal (REC INPUT) With recording of CD playback, either the digital output or analog output can be recorded as required. (In recording of a disc source other than CD on MD, the recording source is set automatically to the "ANALOG"...
Recording on MD Long-hour recording modes (REC MODE) MD can be recorded in the desired recording modes (REC MODE) as required. (In stop mode only) Select the "MD" input. If the "PGM" indicator is lit, turn it off by pressing the PGM key in stop mode to can- cel the program mode.
Recording on MD Track number marking in MD recording ( TRACK MARK) When you press the set key while "TRACK MARK" is displayed, a menu for selecting whether the track num- bers are to be marked automatically during recording (AUTO) or marked manually by yourself during or after recording (MANUAL).
Recording on MD Sampling frequency Three types of digital signals are usually used according to the sampling frequencies. The sampling fre- quencies vary depending on the types of digital equipment as shown below. 32 kHz : A mode broadcasting of BS tuner, etc. 44.1 kHz : CD, MD, etc.
Menu playback Menu playback Menu playback of DVD When a DVD containing the recording of the top menu or menu is played, the top menu or menu is dis- played. These menus allow you to select the position you want to play easily based on an interactive method. The following operation procedure is the basic procedure.
Menu playback Menu playback of P.B.C.-compatible VCD When a P.B.C. (PlayBack Control) capable VCD is played with P.B.C. on, the menu is displayed. Perform operation according to the procedure indicated by the menu. (For details on the operation method and control keys, refer to the manual provided with the played software.) Main control keys used in VCD playback, and examples of indications Indication on...
MP3 that can be played back with this equipment Menu playback This unit is capable of playing back the music files recorded in the MP3 audio compression format on CD-R/RW discs. This unit may also be incapable of playing certain CD-R/RW discs depending on their properties, recording conditions, etc.
MP3 that can be played back with this equipment Menu playback Searching a desired folder/file by its title MP3 files can be searched based on the title of the file or the folder containing the file. Select the “DVD/CD” input ¢ Press the TOP MENU/FOLDER SEARCH key.
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Changing the initial setup (DVD) äeéÌê›íË "MAIN" Setting The setups according to the connected TV, viewing restriction, OSD position, on-screen messages and IPB display can be set. When "MAIN" is selected in "SET UP MENU" : "Rating"...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Change the content of the selected item. Press either cursor key (5 ∞) to change the MAIN Rating setting, then press the ENTER key. TV Aspect TV Mode 16:9 OSD Position On Screen Message IPB Display ENTER ÷...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Function items Setting items "On Screen Message" "On" : Select to display on-screen messages. "Off" : Select to not to display on-screen messages. "IPB Display" "On" : Select to view the IPB display. "Off" : Select to not to view the IPB display. If the power is turned off while the setup screen remains displayed after setting changes, the changes will be invalid.
Changing the initial setup (DVD) "SOUND" Setting "SOUND" is to be selected when you want to set the audio output method when system components are connected using the digital audio output connector of the player. Also select "SOUND" to set audio output during DVD or VCD search and dynamic range control function.
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Change the content of the selected item. Press either cursor key (5 ∞) to change the SOUND Digital Audio setting, then press the ENTER key. PCM Down Conversion Dolby Digital MPEG Audio During Search Dynamic Range Control ENTER ÷...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Function items Setting items "Audio During "On" : Select to output audio during search. Search" "Off" : Select to mute audio during search. "Dynamic Range "Wide" : Select to reproduced the audio at the level recorded in the disc. Control"...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) "VISUAL"Setting Select "VISUAL" when you want to change the language used to display the menu screens, language use in menus on the disc, audio language, subtitle language, etc. (If the selected language is not used in a spe- cific disc, the language specified as the priority language for the disc will be used.) Also select "VISUAL"...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Change the content of the selected item. Press either cursor key (5 ∞) to change the VISUAL setting, then press the ENTER key. Player Menu Language Disc Menu Language Auto Audio Language Frame Subtitle Language Field Still Mode NTSC = PAL...
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Function items Setting items "Subtitle Language" "Auto" : The subtitle language is selected automatically according to the "Audio language" setting. (The languages displayed Case in which subtitles are not displayed: with this setting item are variable depending on coun- When the voices are reproduced in the language selected with "Audio lan- try and area.)
Changing the initial setup (DVD) Disc Language Code Table Cord No. Language Cord No. Language Cord No. Language 6565 7465 8381 Afar Japanese Albanian 6566 7473 8382 Abkhazian Yiddish Serbian 6570 7487 8385 Afrikaans Javanese Sundanese 6577 7565 8386 Amharic Geogian Swedish 6582...
Various playback features Various playback features Listening to the desired sequence (program playback) Desired tracks in a disc can be programmed in the desired order and played back. (Program playback is not available with DVD VIDEO.) Select the "DVD/CD" or "MD" input. ¢⁄ Check that the unit is in the stop mode.
Various playback features To add a track to an existing program Select the track number to be added with the numeric keys. Press in stop mode P 0 7 T 0 3 Press the numeric keys as shown below..To enter track No. 12 ... +10, 2 PQRS WXYZ To enter track No.
Various playback features Repeated playback Repeat playback allows you to play the desired audio or video repeatedly. With some DVDs and VCDs, the partitions in the recording are not related with the track number assign- ment. As a result, repeat playback may not be available with such software. (Repeat playback may also be unavailable during playback of DVD or P.B.C.
Various playback features To repeat selected tracks Program the desired tracks by perform- ing the procedure in "Listening to the desired sequence (program playback) " until step 3. I HIGH P 0 1 T 1 8 Start playback. RANDOM O.T.T. DVD/CD To stop repeated playback Press the REPEAT key to select "...
Various playback features Playing tracks in a random order (random playback) As the titles each time are selected randomly, the music can be enjoyed without getting tired of it. Select the "DVD/CD" or "MD" input. ¢⁄ If the "PGM" indicator is lit, turn it off by pressing the PGM key in stop mode to can- cel the program mode.
Convenient recording methods Convenient recording methods This unit provides the following recording features in addition to normal recording. Select the appropriate method according to the purpose of recording. Long play recording based on ATRAC3 (MDLP) is available with any of the following MD recording functions. One-touch edit high-speed recording Records a CD onto an MD in a short period.All tracks in a CD can be recorded onto an MD in half the normal playback period.
Convenient recording methods One-touch edit high-speed recording VCD MP3 Records a CD onto an MD in a short period.All tracks in a CD can be recorded onto an MD in half the normal playback period. Note that recording of discs other than CD on MD is possible only in the normal speed because it is only their analog audio output that can be recorded on MD.
Convenient recording methods Start recording. Press the MODE key. MODE Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob to select "O.T.E. MODE", then press the SET/DEMO key. Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob Turning the knob switches the display contents. to select "NORMAL SP" or "HIGH SP", then 1 "NORMAL SP"...
Convenient recording methods One-touch edit normal-speed recording DVD VCD MP3 Records a CD onto an MD in a short period. Records only one CD track being played onto an MD in half the normal playback period. Note that recording of discs other than CD on MD is possible only in the normal speed because it is only their analog audio output that can be recorded on MD.
Convenient recording methods Start recording. Press the MODE key. MODE Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob to select "O.T.E. MODE", then press the SET/DEMO key. Turning the knob switches the display contents. Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob 1 "NORMAL SP" : Normal-speed recording to select "NORMAL SP"...
Convenient recording methods Program recording Records the programmed CD tracks in the programmed order onto an MD at twice the normal playback speed. Note that recording of discs other than CD on MD is possible only in the normal speed because it is only their analog audio output that can be recorded on MD.
Convenient recording methods Start recording. Press the MODE key. MODE Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob to select "O.T.E. MODE", then press the SET/DEMO key. Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob Turning the knob switches the display contents. to select "NORMAL SP" or "HIGH SP", then 1 "NORMAL SP"...
MD Edit Functions MD Edit Functions When a commercially available MD fabricated for user recording is used, various editing operations can be applied after recording. Note that editing is not possible with commercially available prerecorded MD software designed for playback only.
MD Edit Functions Moving a single track (MOVE) The following procedure shows you how to select a single tracks (track number) and move (insert) it at the desired destination position in the series of track numbers. After the tracks have been moved, the track numbers before and after them will be adjusted automatically.
MD Edit Functions Select the moving destination track. Select a track number. Example for moving between tracks No. 6 and No. 7 1 / 0 0 7 ¢ P.CALL To decrease To increase track No. track No. Destination track No. Set it.
MD Edit Functions Dividing a track (DIVIDE) The following procedure shows how to divide a track by assigning a track number in the desired position in the track. For example, by inserting an additional track number before the passage you are specially fond of, it is easy to skip to there when you play the disc later.
MD Edit Functions After editing, eject and remove the MD. T I N G Information is MD has been ejected. MD 0 being written. ÷ The MD editing is established finally at the moment the MD disc is ejected. Do not turn power off or apply shock or impact while "WRITING"...
MD Edit Functions Combining two tracks (COMBINE) Combines two adjacent tracks into a single track. After this operation, the track numbers of tracks located after the combined tracks are decreased automatically. Before starting MD editing, be sure to cancel the pro- It is not permitted to combine two tracks which are gram mode by pressing the PGM key in stop mode.
MD Edit Functions Execute the track combine operation. Display after execution "EDIT NOW" = "COMPLETE" (When editing is completed successfully) "EDIT NOW" = "CAN' T EDIT" (When editing is impossible) ENTER ÷ Track combining may sometimes be impossible due to the limitations of the MD standard.
MD Edit Functions Erasing a single track (ERASE) During playback, it is possible to erase only the track being played. The track numbers of the tracks after the erased track will be adjusted. Before starting MD editing, be sure to cancel the pro- gram mode by pressing the PGM key in stop mode.
MD Edit Functions Erasing all tracks in disc (ALL ERASE) During stop, all tracks can be erased. Be careful in using this operation because the tracks cannot be recov- ered once the entire minidisc has been erased. Before starting MD editing, be sure to cancel the pro- gram mode by pressing the PGM key in stop mode.
MD Edit Functions Assigning a title to a disc or track When titles are input in discs and tracks, the titles can be displayed when they are played back. The follow- ing procedure can also be used to modify or erase input titles. Before starting MD editing, be sure to cancel the pro- gram mode by pressing the PGM key in stop mode.
MD Edit Functions Input the title. To enter a title : Select a character group. Press the DISPLAY/CHARAC. key for the required number of times to select one of the character groups below. DISPLAY /CHARAC. "Aa" group : A~Z, symbols, Title Memo ( [ 1 ], [ 2 ], [ 3 ]) "12"...
MD Edit Functions Execute title change or deletion. O R E . . Enter the title in memory. ENTER K E N W O Complete the operation. The title is scrolled automatically. TITLE INPUT ÷ To continue editing of another title, repeat the above procedure from step 1-2.
MD Edit Functions Title editing character list Group "12" "Aa" space    ABCabc 2 ABC DEFdef 3 DEF GHIghi 4 GHI JKLjkl 5 JKL MNOmno 6 MNO PQRSpqrs 7 PQRS TUVtuv 8 TUV WXYZwxyz 9 WXYZ ' , : ? ! ; . " _ ` $ space +10 ' , : &...
MD Edit Functions Copying titles in title memos for use as titles of other MDs or tracks (TITLE COPY) (TITLE MEMO) To make character entry simpler, disc titles, track titles and/or performer names can be saved in title memos ( to ) and copied them with another disc or track. The title memos can save up to three sets of titles and/or input character sets.
MD Edit Functions Select the track title to be copied. Select track No. 7 “A. Songs”. o n g s : 0 0 7 S o n g s _ ≤ ¢ P.CALL To return To advance Save it in the save destination title memo. It is also possible to copy additional titles to the same title memo by repeating steps 1-2 to 3.
MD Edit Functions Entering characters in title memo (TITLE MEMO) Example: To save characters “TREASURE” in title memo No.  Select the save destination title memo number To abort operation, press the TITLE INPUT key Press in stop mode again. Press the TITLE INPUT key.
Listening to an AUX input source Timer operation Connect the related equipment under reference to "Connection of external source component" Press the AUX key. Each press switch the modes as follows. 1 "AUX" (Analog) 2 "DIGITAL AUX" (Digital) Play the connected equipment. Adjust the volume.
Timer operation Timer operation The timer makes it possible to play a CD or MD, receive radio or record CD or radio automatically in the specified time zone. The O.T.T. timer works only once when it is activated, the SLEEP timer switches power off (Standby mode) automatically even after you fall asleep, and the PROG.
Timer operation Setting the O.T.T. timer Timer playback which occurs only once and only for an hour can be programmed by simply setting the start time. The timer playback reproduces the source selected at the last time the unit is turned off at the last set volume.
Timer operation Setting an everyday timer program Two timer programs (PROG.1, PROG.2) are available. Both of them are 24-hour timer programs which can be executed every day. In each of PROG.1 and PROG.2, the timer data including the operating period and played contents can be set and selected to be activated or not as required.
Timer operation Make the desired reservation. For timer playback or AI timer playback For timer recording Select the mode. Select the mode. (1) Select "PLAY" or "AI PLAY". (1) Select "REC". 1 "PLAY" 1 "PLAY" UME/ UME/ TROL TROL 2 "REC" (Timer play) 2 "REC"...
Timer operation Reserve the timer operation. Turn the VOLUME/MULTI CONTROL knob to select "ON", then press the SET/ DEMO key. > VOLUME/ MULTI CONTROL SET/DEMO ÷ When the timer setting is completed by pressing the SET/DEMO key, "COMPLETE" is displayed. ÷...
Important Items In case of difficulty Maintenance Maintenance of the unit In regard to contact cleaner When the front panel or case becomes dirty, wipe with a Do not use contact cleaners because it could cause soft, dry cloth. Do not use thinner, benzine, alcohol, etc. a malfunction.
Important Items In case of difficulty Never play a cracked or warped disc Disc handling precautions During playback, the disc rotates at high speed in the Handling player. Therefore, to avoid danger, never use a cracked or Hold the disc so that you do not deformed disc or a disc repaired with tape or adhesive touch the playing surface.
Important Items In case of difficulty Handling of MD As the MD is accommodated inside a cartridge, it can be handled without caring about dust or fingerprint. How- ever, stained or soiled cartridge may cause malfunction. To enjoy beautiful sound for extended period of time, take care on the following points.
In case of difficulty Important Items Glossary DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) : DVD VIDEO is a disc fea- Quantization bit : The quantization bit count refers turing high video/audio quality, made possible by large to the number used in digitizing the sliced parts recording capacity of video and audio signals of movie obtained by slicing the analog signal as described software, etc.
In case of difficulty Important Items Track/Track No. ( VCD, CD): A track is also a sec- Letterbox (DVD): Method of displaying a horizon- tion of video and audio recorded in a disc. The tally-long picture recorded in 16:9 aspect ratio on numbers assigned to individual tracks are referred a 4:3 TV screen by attaching bands at the top and to as the track numbers.
In case of difficulty Important Items B-picture (Bidirectionally predictire coded): Picture calculated by comparing the previous and next pictures (I-pictures or P-pictures). This pic- ture type contains least amount of video informa- tion. P.B.C. (PlayBack Control) (VCD): VIDEO CDs car- rying messages such as "Playback Control Ca- pable"...
In case of difficulty In case of difficulty What seems to be a malfunction is not always so. Before calling for service, check the following table according to the symptom of your trouble. Operation to reset Unplug the power cord from the power outlet The microcomputer may fall into malfunction (impossibility then, while holding the STOP 7 /TUNING MODE to operate, erroneous display, etc.) when the power cord is...
In case of difficulty DVD/CD player section Symptom Remedy ¶ The input selection of the TV and/or AV amplifier is incorrect or Playback starts but the video is not output. these devices are not turned on. ¶ Connection cords are connected improperly. ¶...
In case of difficulty Symptom Remedy ¶ If "On Screen Message" is set to "Off", switch it "On". The TV screen does not show any message when a button is pressed. ¶ If the played DVD does not contain the recording of the default The messages in the menus are not displayed in the selected language.
In case of difficulty Displayed messages and actions to be taken against them Displayed Message Meaning ÷ The MD contains no recording at all. BLANK DISC ÷ An attempt is made to record more than 100 CD tracks within 74 minutes with BUFFER OVER high-speed recording.
Laser power class ........Class 2 (IEC) D/A Conversion ............1 Bit Video output format ........NTSC/PAL [General] KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous ad- Power consumption ..........75 W vancements in development. For this reason speci- Dimensions ......W : 240 mm (9-7/16 ") ..........