7.3. Connecting audio components via an analogue cable
If a digital input is not available on the audio component you
can connect the DVD player to it via conventional analogue
In order to connect the DVD player with analogue cables...
Insert a cinch cable in each of...
• the sockets inscribed with "FL" (front left channel)
• the sockets inscribed with "FR" (front right channel)
• the sockets inscribed with "SL" (rear left channel)
• the sockets inscribed with "SR" (rear right channel)
• the socket inscribed with "CENTER" (front centre channel)
• the socket inscribed with "SUBWOOFER" (Bass) on the rear
panel of the DVD player.
• insert the cinch cables into the corresponding analogue
inputs in the digital audio component.
8. Necessary settings to the DVD player before
All possible settings on the DVD player can be administered
with the remote control via the so called "OnScreen display"
menu (in short "OSD Menu"). The OSD Menu will be superim-
posed on the television screen.
Before you use the DVD player for the first time for playback
of DVDs, VCDs/S-VCDs or Audio-/MP3-CDs you must imple-
ment a few settings via the OSD Menu. These settings are
dependent amongst others on...
• the language, in which you want the OSD Menu to be
• which TV standard corresponds to the television, to which
you want to connect the DVD player
• Which image format your television can display
In order to implement the necessary settings via the OSD
• First insert the connecter plug of the DVD player's power
cord into a power socket.
• To switch on the DVD player press the "POWER" button
on the front panel of the DVD player. If the DVD player
is already switched on but is in standby mode, press the
"STANDBY" on the remote control to switch the
DVD player on. Standby mode is characterized by the red
LED on the front panel of the appliance.
The device will check to see if a disc is inserted.
The SilverCrest logo appears on the television screen:
• Firstly please familiarize yourself with the OSD Menu's
operation by means of the following brief introduction.
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