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SAMSUNG CFTD2085AX Owner's Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2 03233A(E)-CONTENTS 11/26/03 3:35 Page CONTENTS Chapter 1 : Your 3Way Combination Unit ....List of Features ..............Far@lidr]zing %4_rself with The 3_ ay ( ombinatior_ Unit ........Fl:oJ]t Pdnel Buttotls ............ Front/Side Panel ]£ks ..........Redr Panel J,_cks ............Remote Control (TV Function Buttons)
  • Page 3 03233A(E)-CONTENTS 11/26/03 3:35 Page Chapter 4: DVD Operation (Cont.) ......Fm_ctions Using the Sedrch dnd Skip ..........Searching thJough <}( ]mpte_ o_1T_<_c]< ........Skipping T_acks ............Using the Display Function ............When Playing a MP3/WMA ..........When Playing a MPG ...........
  • Page 4 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR NEW 3WAY COMBINATION UNIT List Features Your $way Combination Unitwas designedwith thelatest technology. This3way Combination Unit is a high-per f bHnarlce unitthatinchldes the following spe- cial featHr es: TV Features Full Flat screen A_ltomatic timer to t_lrn the 3way Combination Unit on and off Ac!justable picture and sound settings that can be stored in the 3way Combination Unit% memory...
  • Page 5 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR 3WAY COMBINATION UNIT Familiarizing Yourself with 3way Combination Unit Front Panel Buttons The buttons on the front panel control your 3way Combination Unit_ basic f_atures, including the on-screen menu. To use the more advanced features, you must use the remote control.
  • Page 6 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR b_E\;\ 1 3WAY COMBINATION UNIT Disc tray Remote Control Sensor Loadthe disc here. Aim the remote control towards this spot on the deck Insert a standard VHS video tape. (VCR) Pressto beginrecording. SKIP/SEARCH (DVD) Press to skip or search the title, chapter or track. STOP/EJECT (VCR) Press to stop a video tape during play, record,...
  • Page 7 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR NE\,\] 3WAY COMB[NATION UNIT Rear Panel Jacks Use the rear panel jacks to connect an A/V component that will be connected continu- ously, such as a VCR or a camcorder. Foi" 1]loi'e information on connecting equipment, see [)ages 2.6.
  • Page 8 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR NEW 3WAY CO]IBINAT]ON UNIT Remote Contro| Function Buttons) You can use the ['emote oont[ol u D to about 23 f'eet from the T'VI Wheri using remote, always point it dilectly at the TV TViVCR POWER seJection Turns the 3way Combination Unit on and off.
  • Page 9 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR b_EW 3WAY COMBINATION UNIT Remote Contro| (DVD Function Buttons) Search Skip Press to search forward/back- Press to skip the title, chapter, or track. ward through a disc. Stop Play/pause Press to stop a disc. Press to play or pause disc play. ENTER Confirms a selection.
  • Page 10 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:36 Page YOUR b_E\z\ 1 3WAY COMBINATION UNIT Remote Contro| (VCR Function Buttons) P.PLUS TRK+, - (tracking) Press to adjust tape tracking. Press to compensate for a poor rental tape. @ REW/F.F Press to rewind/fast forward a SLOW+,- video tape.
  • Page 11 03233AIE)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page INSTALLATION Connecting Antennas has a set o[" leads If'yo_ antenna that look like this, see "Antennas _ith OO< hm Flat _J_,_,inLeads," belo\_. If yo_lr antenna has one lead that looks like this, see "Antennas _ith 75-ohm Ro_lrld Leads,"...
  • Page 12 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page INSTALLATION Separate Antennas If you have two separate antennas for yollr TV (one VHF and one UHF), you mllst combine the two antenna signals before connecting the antennas to the TV_ This procedure requires a an optional combiner-adaptor (available at most electronics shops).
  • Page 13 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page Connecting to a Cab|e that Some Descramb|es Channe|s If yot cable box desc['ambles only some channels (s_lch as plemitlm channels), [ol]ow the instHlction8 below. You will need a two-way splitter, an RF (AJB) switch, arid fbt]i lengths coaxial cable.
  • Page 14 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page Connect another cable between the other OUT terminal Onthe splitter Incoming and the AqN terminal on Cable Splitter RF(A/B) the RF(A/B) switch, CableBox Switch Connect the last coaxial cable between the OUT termina! Onthe RF(A/B) Incoming switch and the VHE/UHF Cable Splitter...
  • Page 15 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page Connecting a Camcorder The fl'ont!side panel jacks on your TV make it easy to connect a camcorder to your T'V] They allow you to view the camcorder tapes without using a VCR. (Also see "Viewing a VCR or Camcorder Tape"...
  • Page 16 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page Connecting an Audio System (When playing DVD) The DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connector is used for equipment, such as an audio system (to take f]111 advantage of the Sllrrol md 8ol md ef][%ct). TV Rear Panel Audio System Connect an optical cable between the DIGITAl- AUDIO IN jacks...
  • Page 17 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:34 Page Installing Batteries in the Remote Control Make sure to match the "+" and "-" ends of the batteries with tt_e Install two AA size diagram inside the compartment. batteries. Remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place if you won't Replace the Cover, ..
  • Page 18 03233AIE)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Turning the TV On and Press the POWERbutton on the remote control. You can also ose the Power button oi} the front panel. Viewing Menus OnoScreen Displays Viewing Menus oil-screen menus disappear fi'om screen after about thirty...
  • Page 19 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page _]"V OPERATION Selecting a Menu Language Press the MENU button to Clock disPlay the menu. Press the UP!DOWNAY buttons to select _Tunction'i. Press the LEFT/RIGHT <I_ _,vMove _ Sei. FFIG Exlt buttons. Press the UP!DOWNAV buttons to select ..
  • Page 20 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page 7V OPERATION Memorizing the Channels Y<)_lr TV can memorize store all of the available channels for both "off-air" (antenna) and cable channels. Aher the available channels a!÷ memoiized, use the CH A and C Jd V b_lttons to scan thro_lgh the channels.
  • Page 21 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Storing Channels in Memory (Automatic Method) 8ha_mN First.select me correct TV/AV _ IV _" stgnal source/ANT. STD HRC.IRCt.See steps 1-2 on prevtous page. Press the UPtDOWNAV ,v Move _ Sel Fm Exit 3UEORS to select "Channel"...
  • Page 22 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page 7V OPERATION Adding Erasing Channems (Manua! Method) Pressrne MENU button to TV/AV <TV display the menu. Pressrqe UPIDOWNAV 3u[[ons to select "Channe Pressthe LEFT/RIGHT <1_ buttons. 3ress the UPIDOWNIV buttons to select "Add/Erase. _ress the LEFTRIGHT41_ buttons.
  • Page 23 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Changing Channe|s Using Channel Buttons <s<s < you press the CH/', or CH v When the TV changes buttons, channels Press the CH v 0rCHA CHflRK sequence. You will see all the chaimels buttQnsto change chain nels.
  • Page 24 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Adjusting Volume P[ess the VOL4-#r VOL- but: :@"_ tons to increase or decrease VOL <J "m : Using Mute At any time, yotl can temporarily cut off the sotli]d the Mute button. tlsiI]g Press the MUTE button ana the sound cuts off The worc Mute"wi...
  • Page 25 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Customizing Picture Yott can ttse the oi_-sci'een mentts to change the contrast, brightness, tint, color, shai'pi_ess according to t_ei'sonal prefereI_ce. (Alternatively, yott can ttse one of the "atttomatic" settings. See next page.) Press the MENU button to display the menu.
  • Page 26 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Using Automatic Picture Settings Your TV has three automatic picture settings ("Dynamic", " Standard" and "Movie") that are preset at the factory. Yoll can activate either Dynamic, Standard, oi" Movie by press- ing EMODE (or by 1]]aking a selection fi'ol]] the menu).
  • Page 27 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION Changing Color Tone Press the MENU button to disp!ay the menu. _' M ..Press ihe LEFT/R!GHT _II_ 41£ynam4¢)" buttons tod!splay t he Picture menu. _v Move _ Sei, Fm Exi Press the UP/DOWNAV buttons to select Color Tone.
  • Page 28 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Changing Screen Size (Depending on the mode_} Press the MENU button to display the menu. Press the LEFT/RIGHT 41_ buttons to disp!ay the Picture menu, &v Move () Sel. FreE×it Press the UP/DOWNAV < : buttons to select '!Size'!.
  • Page 29 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION Fine Tuning Channels Use fine tuning to0 manually adjust a particular channel for optimal reception. Select th e appropriat e channel Press the MENU button to disp!ay the menu, Av Move o SeL Fm Exit Press the UP/DOWN•V buttons to select _!ChanneV:...
  • Page 30 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Digital Noise Reduction I[' the b>)adcast signal ieceived by youl TV is _ eak, you can activate Digital ]k_oise Reduction f'e.attne to help reduce static ghosting that ma)! appeal on the scieen. Press the MENU button to _Mode ,_Dyr_rr, iC_.
  • Page 31 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Tilt (Depending model) Due to the EalthZ rnagrletk f'iek] there may be same mino[ image tik deperlding orl the TV_, location. When this occurs, fo]lo_,_ the steps below. Press the MENU button to displaythe menu Press the LEFT/RIGHT _111_ buttons to display th e Picture...
  • Page 32 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Customizing Sound sound settings can be ar!justed to suit your personal preferences. (Alternatively, can use one of" the "automatic" settings. See next page.) Press the MENU button to Mode _1 Custom • @sDa:, me menu Press the UP/DOWNAV buttons ro select "Sound".
  • Page 33 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Using Automatic Souad Settings Yotn TV has fs_ n at ltomatic sot lrld settinss ("Standard," "Mr lsic," "Movie" "Speech" S.MODE that are preset at the factory. You can activate any of them by pressing b_ltton (or by making a selection...
  • Page 34 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Choosing a Multi-Channel Soundtrack (MTS) Depending on the pa_ti(Hlai program bein 8 broadcast, yoH (an listen to stereo, mono, a Separate Audio ]Program. (SAP aHdio is HsHally a fb_eign-language harlslatiorl. Sometimes SAP has umelated infonTmtion like ne_s o_ weather.)
  • Page 35 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page _]"V OPERATION Viewing a VCR Camcorder Tape You must select the appropriate mode in order to view the VCR or Camcorder signal the TV [[J[i[ h_ [i::[7[' Press the MENU button to _7;Av display the menu, :"...
  • Page 36 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Setting Clock Setting the clock is necessary in ordeI to use the wn'io_ls timer f'eattn'es of" the TV. DISPLAY Also, you can check time ",_bile wat( hing the TV (just press bHtton). Option 1: Setting Clock Manually Press the MENU button to...
  • Page 37 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Setting Date P[ess f he UP!DOWNAT buttons to select !!Date thee press the RIGHTI_ button, Press the UP/DOWNAT buttons toto set the cur- Iv Adj. 4_Move Fm Exit rent monthl ]fyou make a mistake, press LEFT 4 to move back to the Press the RIGHI _"...
  • Page 38 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Option 2: Using Local Channel to Automatically TV Cmock P[ess the MENU button to display the menu, ':1! Press the UP/DOWNAV buttons to select i'Function% then press the LEFTIRGHT 41_ buttons. Move _ SeU_ Fm E×it ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Press the LEFT/RIGHT _II1_...
  • Page 39 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION ¸4¸¸¸¸ Fu_tred Press the UP/DOWNAV buttons to select "DST Cloc[ (Daylight saving time) then press me L[FTIRIGHT _111_ b uttons [o ndicate "Yes" or "No' ,T Move The clock is set. Press the MENU button to exit.
  • Page 40 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Setting On/Off Timer Bef_)re using the timer, you must set the TV_ clock. (See "Setting Press the MENU button to Clock" o,,page 3 .18) ,oci di#p!ay the menu, Press the UP/DOWNAY buttons to select i'Function i_, t hen press the LEFT/RIGHT <11_buttons.
  • Page 41 03233A(E}-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION To deactivate the 'On thne," select "Off" duling this step. Pressthe R GHTI> button _Tme to highlight '!Off'"' _Ontime Z : 30 am On Press the UP!DOWNAT buttons to turn the on timer '!On.'i (Repeatedly pressing the IJP!DOWNAY buttons _v Move _,Sel.
  • Page 42 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Setting Slee 9 Timer The leep dme_ a_itomatka]]y silt r ts offthe TV af%ela pleset time (fl'om 15 to 180 n-finutes). Press the MENU button to @ock rasp ay the menu. Press the JP/DOWNA.V butrons [o select Function men press the LEFT/RIGHT _111_ b uttons.
  • Page 43 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION Viewing C|osed Captions Your TV decodes and displays the dosed captions that are b_'oadca_,t with certain TV shows. These captions are usHallj subtitles [bE the headn S impai_'ed or fbreigndanguage hans- ]ations. All VCRs record the closed caption signal flora...
  • Page 44 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Using the V°Chip VtChip f_at_ne a_ltomatk ally locks o_lt p_ogramming that is deemed inappropriate childrerl. The user must first enter (persorlal ID mlmbeJ bef'ore any of" the V-Chip restiictions can be set np ol changed. Setting Your Persona|...
  • Page 45 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page OPERATION to Enable!Disable the V=Chip Press the MENU button to dtsDlay the menu. Press the UP/DOWNAV select DUE[ORS "Function' tnen Dress the ATMOVe _* Se[ ITR Exit LEFT/RIGHT _11_buttons. Press the UP/DOWNAV buttons to select "V-Chip" Press the LEFTIRIGHT ,111_ BUT[ORS, The Enter [)in"...
  • Page 46 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Press the UP]DOWNAV butto0s tOselect ilV-Chip'L Press the LEFT/RIGHT _1_ buttons. The "Enter pin '_screen will _ ... h, vSe.L FFRf_m_ appear. Later your ,4-qlglt PIN number. Press the UP/DOWNAY buttons to select !'TV Guidelines'!. ,v Move _* SeL FFRExit...
  • Page 47 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page _]"V OPERATION How to set the FV,D, L, S andV sub-ratings. First, select one of these IV-Ratings: TV-Y7.IV-PG. IV-14 or TV-MA rSee Step 4, on previous pagej. Next while the TV-Rat ng is selected, repea[edly press the LEFT/RIGHT<ll_ buttons. This will cycle through the available suu-ranngs (FV.L S.
  • Page 48 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 9:57 Page TV OPERATION Press the UP!DOWNAV buttons to select the !'MpAA Rating._' AV Move _) Sel. Exit 0........P# ..........Press the LEFT/RIGHT _111_ buttons. ]he :'MPAA u: uncloaked R (Restricted.Children under 17should Ratingi! screen wil! _ B:_look_ appear.
  • Page 49 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Playing a Disc Playback button. l/ _t_ C._ _ \/_--'_q P!aoe a disc gen!ly i_t0 the tray with the disc:s _B,T:_ A_ I labelfacingup. _CID Stopping Playback Press the STOP(II) ton during playback, MENUDVDMENU P.SIZE INFO K K K K K K K i ii_ Removing...
  • Page 50 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page OPENAT]ON Step Motion Rayback (Except Press the STEP button on the <emote control during play< back. • Each time the button is pressed, a new fl'ame will appear. • No soul@ is heard during STEP mode. •...
  • Page 51 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERAT]ON Using the Search and Skip Functions Searching through a Chapter Track -.,11When ill search mode Press the FWD(IH_) or _L._ \<-/ <J_ (2X/4X!SX/16X/32X) on a DVD or REW(_} SEARCH bub .._ "_ high-speed playback on a VCF), no ton qn the rem0te conFol ]--_ sound will be heard.
  • Page 52 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page OPERAT]ON Using Display Function When Playing a MP3/WMA _ ... pressthe OPEN/CLOSE button. place a disc gently into the tray with the disc:s label [ _E_r_@'_ _]_, facingup. Pressthe PLAYIPAUSE;IWII" S_,'SLP _ AOV Sb_:,,_E , _ I OPEN/CLOSE button to _"'_ c!ose the disc tray.
  • Page 53 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION CD-R MP3 discs, the case of please follow all the recommendations for CD-R above, plus the comments below: • Your MP3 flies ShOuld be ISO 9660 Or JOLIET formal ISO 9660 fbrrnat arid Joliet MP3 files are compatible with Micr0soff's DOS and Windows, with Appl e's Mac.
  • Page 54 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION When Playing a MPG il: <:<< </ii i<i ( i ¸ Press the OPEN/CLOSE but- ton. Place a disc gently into \k _,_'_"- the tray w'th the disc's labe! I eE_m_, _ ''_ facing Up. Press the PLAYIPAUSE S_'lrL- _ II_/IborOPE_l/CLOSEhut...
  • Page 55 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION When Playing a Picture Press the oPEN}CLOSE buttoni Pla_e a d!sc gently __/_ into the.tray W th the d 8c:s 0_m0_ label facing up. Press the pLAY/PAUSE (1_/11) or _C::_ _, ) OPEN/CLOSEbutton to close the disc trayl PROG_A,'_ : _oo_m_ t ,...
  • Page 56 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page OPERAT]ON Viewing the Album Screen The DVD meBu is displayed with the Disc Menu is selected. Press the ENTERbutton: _1 If you press tile ENTER button after selecting the desired picture, To display the next Or pre_ the selected picture will be displayed only.
  • Page 57 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Using Disc Menu _e,., ,.ay,_,_t w'o,'_." _epend_,,_ on t,,e d isc, t,_e Disc The DVDmenu is displayed with the Disc Menu is Press the ENTERbutton. Using Title Menu " Depend_,_ont,_edisc, t,_e _i,,0 Menu may not w'ork. Press the UP/DOWNAV The Title Menu will only be dis- button to select Title Menu;...
  • Page 58 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page OPERAT]ON Displaying the Disc information DelJending on tile disc, the disc information will be displayed. Press the UP/DOWNAV button to select Function: Press the ENTERbutton, The Info r Press the ENTERbutton again. Youcan display by simply DVD M ENU P.SkZE pressing the INFObutton on the remote control.
  • Page 59 03233A(E) -CHAPTER 11/28/03 i :38 Page DVD OPERATION when tliem is morn thanoneinthedisc To access t hedesiredtitle _or example, if there is more than one movie on aDVD, each movie will be identified, ¸¸¸7¸¸¸¸ ill_t_i_l_J_aYs '2_._ke°fttlcl_ fih]i fF°m a desired til]l_ Y_°u xnust...
  • Page 60 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Using Function (OVO/VCD) Zoom Press the DVD MENU button during play 0r pause mode. Press the UP/DOWNAY buttoo to Select Function. Press the ENTER button. Press the UP/DOWNAY ENTER " YoU can display by Simply press ng the ZOOM button [ 0_ on the remote control...
  • Page 61 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Using Bookmark }:unction (OVO/VCO) This fL_ature lets you bookmaIk sections of a DVD or VCR so you (an qui(kly f'in(t them at a later time. Press the DVD MENU button ourmg play. Press the UP/DOWNAV our[on to select Function.
  • Page 62 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Recalling a Marked Scene During playback, press th_ BOOKMARKbutton. A marker will be displayed. Press the LEFT/RIGHT <11_ DU_[Ons IO selec£ a marked scene. .:_ < Press the PLAY/PAUSE (I_/II) button to skid to the mar.edsce°e.
  • Page 63 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Repeat Play Repeat current track, chapter, title, a chosen section (A B), or all of tile disc. Press the UP/DOWNAv button to select Function; Press the ENTERbutton. Press the UP/DOWNAv button to select Repeat..
  • Page 64 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Press the tEFT/RIGHT._I_ button rc select the chaD- ter. tne or A-B. Press rne ENTERbutton VCD/CD Note • DVD repeats playback by chapter or title, CD and VCD repeat playback by disc or track. •...
  • Page 65 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERAT]ON View (Depending model) to you[ You can actjust the 8c_'een setting (aspct i'atio) whkh best corresponds viewing I'eq_ li_'ements. Dressthe DVD MENU button aurmg play. Press the UPIDOWNAV ou[ron to select Funcnon. Press the ENTER button. Press the UPIDOWNAV DuEon[0 select EZView, Press the ENTERDuEon.
  • Page 66 03233A(E) -CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page OPERAT_ObI Program Play (CD) Program Playback press the UP/DOWNAT Pres8 t,,e U P,00wN,,,',' button toselect PrOgpress the ENTERbutton. _Y';'_ _;_J_ Press the numeric buttons to select the first track to addto the!rogram, Selected numvers are dis- played in the first track.
  • Page 67 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Changing Camera Angle When a DVD contains rntlltiple angles of a partictllar scene, you can select the Angle fl u_ction. Press the ANGLEbutton. Press the LEFT/RIGHT_III_ 3uEon re select the desired screen angle To turn offthe display, 3ress the ANGLE button again.
  • Page 68 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page <_ DVD OPERATION Setting up the Language Features If you set the playeI menu, <:]is(: menu, a_ldio and s_lbtitle lan_lage in advan( e, they will come up automatically every time you watch a movie, Press the DVO MENU button during play Press the UP/DOWNAV button to select Setup...
  • Page 69 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Setting Audio Options If"you set the player menu, (]is( menu, audio subtitle langHage in advarwe, they will come Hp a_ltomatically eveiy time you watch a movie. Press the DVD MENU buEon during pla3 Press the UP/DOWNAV button to select Setup Press the ENTERbutron Press the UP/DOWNAV...
  • Page 70 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERATION Setting up the TV Aspect You can adjust the scieen settin_ (aspect i'atio) which best CO[Tesporld8 to you[ viewin_ I'e(_l lii'eiTlen[8. Press the DVD MENU but[on during play. Press rhe JPIDOWNAV button to select Setup. Press [he ENTERbutton D"essthe UP/DOWNAV button to select Display...
  • Page 71 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERAT]ON Setting Disp|ay Options Press the DVDMENU button aunng play. Press the UPIDOWNAY DU[[On to select SetuP, Press the ENTERbutton. Press the UP/DOWNAV ouEon re select Disptay Press the ENTER3utton. DISPLAY SETUP Press the UP/DOWNAV button to select the required menu iScreen Messages, Black Leve .
  • Page 72 03233A{E}-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page <b DVD OPERATION Setting Parenta| Oontro| Press the Up/DOWN:IY button to select Setup Press the ENT[R button Press the UWDOWNAi,V button to select Parental Setup. Press the ENTERbutton. The options available in the Parental Setup group are displayed Enter the default password with...
  • Page 73 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/28/03 1:38 Page DVD OPERAT]<)N About the Rating Level; PARENTAL SETUP OPress the UP/DOWN Jl=_' butLonto select Rating Level. Press the ENTER button OPress the UP/DOWK button to select the level le.g. Level 8) and oress the ENTERbutton. Discs that contain Level 7 will now no[ play, To cancel the rating level, select No m the Use Password pressing the RIGHTI_ 3uEon.
  • Page 74 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 i0:09 Page VCR OPERATION this chapter, you will learn how to play a video cassette tape, how to use the time counter memory stop features, and how to record a program as you are watching Inserting EJecting a Video Cassette Tape To insert...
  • Page 75 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Playing a Pre-Recorded Video Cassette Tape PJaying the Tape For infc)rmation on inserting video tape, see page 5.1. iiili ide°casS!!i il _ ili <!/ii If the tape doesn't begin to play automatically, press the PLAY/PAUS E (I_/U) button.
  • Page 76 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERAT]t)N Using Picture Search Picture search lets yott quickly search a pre-recorded video tape for a particiflar scene. For inft)rmation on inserting and playing a tape, see page 5.1 and 5.2. There% i]o sound while you search for a picture at high speeds.
  • Page 77 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Using Counter the Time The time countei ailo\_s you to kee t) track of' how much time (in houis, minutes, se(onds) has elapsed on the video tape you're \_at( [ling, The countei can also be Hsefh] if' you want to find...
  • Page 78 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCP, OPERATION Using Memory Stop Memory stop makes it easy for you to find a particular scene in a video tape. The VCR alltomatically stops rewinding or fast fbrwarding when the memory cotu_ter is at "00:00:00," so you simply need to mark the desired scene as "00:00:00."...
  • Page 79 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION To teh£-l]to the s(-eiie yotifi]al-ked, For this feature to work, time counter and the letter "M" iTltlst Press the STOP(m ) DUb- still be oil the screen. If this isrft the [on, case, press the INFO button until the time counter...
  • Page 80 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VC]_ OPERAT]ON Recording Programs As You Watch Recording <1 For infornmtion Oil inserting video tape, see page 5. l. With your VCRturnea or and wire a tape in the unit Be sure the record safety tab is in press the SPtSLPbutton.
  • Page 81 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERATION Editing While Recording You can edit while re(:ordin_, sele<tin_ only those scenes you want to t'ecord from the (:_llrent televisio_l prosram, This is est)ecially helpflll if you want to record a program \_ithout the commercials, 1"...
  • Page 82 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERATION Using Advanced Recording Features Using One-Touch Recording (OTR) One-touch recording lets you record television programs with the touch of a button. You can even program length of time (up to fimw hours) that you want record.
  • Page 83 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Recording at a Later lime You can set the built-in timer for unattended recording of up to eight different programs. The timer can turn on the TV at the time you select, record f_)r a selected length of time, and then turn off the TV - all without you being there.
  • Page 84 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERATION The VCR automatically selects am or pm for tile starting tiine. PreSsthe UP/DOWNAY button to Select !!END't Press the RIGHT I_ button, lhe ending hOU r will select. Press the UP/DOWNAY AvMove _ Se[. FmExit buttons to select the hour when yOUwant to end recording.
  • Page 85 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION For more information selecting tape speeds, see pages 5.6, 5.7, and A.2. Press the UPIDOWNAV button to Select '!Mode!'; then press the UP/DOWNAY buttons to select !'Onceil, "Wkly_!, or _,vMove *_ Sel, Fm Exit To enter additional program recording times, repeat steps l-l l.
  • Page 86 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERAT]ON Using Program Review Progiam Revie\_ aJlo\_s you to revie\_ all ofthe pi'ogiammed recoi'dings c_lH'entJy stored in the VCR_ memory and to remove a progiammed iecoiding qHickJy and easil Z Press the MENU button. Timer Record Press the UPiDOWNAV button to select IIVCR Setup";...
  • Page 87 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERATION Using True Repeat You can set your to automatically repeat a tape or a section of tape. When True Repeat, your VCR will play until it reaches the end of a tape. Then, it will rewind the beginning of the tape and begin...
  • Page 88 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Using B|ock Repeat Block [epeat allows yoll to repeat a section of' tape that yoH select. You can iepeat this section of' tape (the "block") flora one to ten times, or end]ess]v. For k]fbmnatkm on viewing menu, see ])age 3.1.
  • Page 89 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Using HiFi Stereo HiFi You <anrecold or listen to a p[og]am in stereo, Selecting HiFi Mode ,_m HiFi: High Fiedlity which pro- duces better strand {]mn s{anda]d nsertthe videocasseEe stereo VCR, cape. f the tape uoesn eBegin to pla} automatically pressthe PLAY/PAUSE 11_/11)
  • Page 90 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Video Dubbing You can make a copy of anothm video cassette tape. This is cal[ed "(hlbbing," To (hlb, yogi need: ),our VCR, a sepalate (o* camcoldeJ, A!V cables with connectois. (You carl find these at most electronics supply...
  • Page 91 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page VCR OPERATION Video Dubbing Important WL_ming: One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted programs may be an infringement copyright laws. TheVCR will be recording from the incoming line rather than from the normal broadcast signal. "AV"...
  • Page 92 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 12/9/03 10:09 Page OPERAT]ON Using Special Playback Features 'foHrVCR provides yell with spe( ial featHies that are available when yell are playing tape. These f'eatums are Frame Advance, Slow Motion. Advance Frame Fiame Advance allosss you to watch a tape fiame-by-frame. Press the F.ADVbutton repeatedly to move fof <Z)
  • Page 93 03233A(E) -CHAPTER 11/26/03 3 : 51 Page TROUBLESHOOTING If the TV seems to have a problem, first try this list of possible problems and sohltions. none of these troubleshooting tips apply, then call your neal_st service center. Identifying Problems Problem Possible Solution Pool picture...
  • Page 94 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:51 Page Identifying Problems Problem Possible Solution Ensure that the disc is installed with the label side Disc does nor play tacing up, Che ;k the region number of the DVD. This player cannot play CD-ROMs. DVD-EOMs. CD-R. etc. Insert a DVD. aVIDEO-CD or a CD.
  • Page 95 03233A(E)-CHAPTER 11/26/03 3:51 Page TROUBLESHOOTING Identifying Problems Problem Possible Solution Unit won't turn on. Make sure the unit is plugged into a working wall mltlet Press the POWER button. Make sure the tape is window-side up with the Unit won't [ake video rape arrow pointing...
  • Page 96 03233A(E)-APPENDIX 11/26/03 3:51 Page Cieanin 9 and Maintaining Your 3Way Combination Unit With proper cale, y@li' 3\say combination uriit _ill give you marly years of service. Please f'oilo\_ these g@deiines to get the maxim_itrl per f_)r marlce f]otrl you_ 3\_a_! combi- [latiotl, Placement Do not place...
  • Page 97 03233A(E)-APPENDIX 11/26/03 3:51 Page APPENDI× Learning About Vide{) Cassette Tapes Choosing the Proper Tapes Use onmy video ( assette tapes marked VHS with this V@R. Choose 8ood quality tapes for best vest _]ts. Caring Video Cassette [apes fl'om Kee t) the tapes away dilect sunlight...
  • Page 98 03233A(E)-APPENDIX 11/26/03 3:51 Page <_ APPENDIX Using Record Safety Most video cassette tapes [lave a safety tat) that pi'events actcticte[ltal ei'asure. The safety tat) is orl tile end of tile tape opposite flonl whet'e the miow points. The tab rm_st be intact teco['(I.
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