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Silvercrest KH 6502 Operating Instructions Manual

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DVD PLAYER/RADIO
KH 6502
DVD PLAYER/RADIO
Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
ID-Nr.: KH6502/16-10/07-V2

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  • Page 1 DVD PLAYER/RADIO KH 6502 DVD PLAYER/RADIO Operating instructions KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com ID-Nr.: KH6502/16-10/07-V2...
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INDEX PAGE Technical Data Applications and functions Package contents Operating elements Setting up of the DVD player Safety instructions Inserting batteries into the remote control and DVD player Connecting to a television via the video output (Composite Video) Connecting audio components to the DVD player 10.
  • Page 4: Technical Data

    DVD-PLAYER/RADIO KH6502 2. Applications and functions The SilverCrest KH 6502 DVD player is intended exclusively for stationary 1. Technical Data use in enclosed spaces. The device is intended exclusively for private, non- commercial use. This device has been tested and approved in accordance with the basic...
  • Page 5: Operating Elements

    Operating elements SKIP UP: move forward a title/chapter, fast forward SKIP DOWN : move back a title/chapter, fast rewind TITLE : Access the title menu A. DVD player front panel SCREEN ON/OFF : Switch the LCD display on and off/ Volume control set the brightness and colour Headphone output 3,5 mm...
  • Page 6: Inserting Batteries Into The Remote Control And Dvd Player

    Risk of fire! Information regarding the handling of batteries • Do not use the appliance in the vicinity of hot surfaces. The device and the remote control are operated by batteries. For the handling of • Do not locate the appliance in places exposed to direct sunlight, If you batteries please observe the following: do, it may overheat and become irreparably damaged.
  • Page 7: Connecting To A Television Via The Video Output (Composite Video)

    8. Connecting to a television via the video 9. Connecting audio components to the DVD output (Composite Video) player For this connection variant the television must be equipped with Audio/Video 9.1 Connecting a HiFi system or receiver to the DVD player cinch sockets (Composite Video).
  • Page 8: Operation

    10. Operation 9.2 Playback of external devices sound signals You can playback the sound signals of external devices, for example a portable CD/MP3 player, via the DVD player's speaker. 10.1 Switching the appliance on/off and sound source For this you connect the right and left audio outputs of the external device with selection AUDIO IN a 3.5 mm jack plug to the...
  • Page 9: Radio Functions

    11. Radio functions 12. DVD player functions FUNCTION switch to the DVD/USB/CARD position. The LCD display remains switched off during operation of the radio. • Set the FUNCTION switch to the RADIO position. Set the The LCD display switches on and the background image appears. Lift the telescopic antenna and pull apart.
  • Page 10 SYSTEM SETUP menu The open lock symbol appears behind the input position. You can now SETUP When you access the Setup menu of the disc drive with the button set the age release class in the menu item RATING. SYSTEM SETUP menu appears. Here you can set the video output and video When you operate the device for the first time the password lock is already format.
  • Page 11: Language Setup Menu

    VIDEO SETUP menu Subsequently switch the password lock on in the menu item PASSWORD. The age release class is now set and can be changed only if the password In this menu you set the Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation for disc lock is previously switched off.
  • Page 12: Initial Operation Of The Dvd Player

    13.1 Inserting the DVD When the DVD player is switched on and ready for operation you will see To play a disc with the DVD player: the Silvercrest logo in the display. • Make sure that the DVD player is ready for operation.
  • Page 13: Playing Back Dvds, Vcds Or S-Vcds

    When the DVD player and other potentially connected devices (i.e. an audio component) are ready for operation and are switched on you will now see the Silvercrest logo in the display. USB memory sticks (USB) The DVD player supports USB memory sticks 1.1 and 2.0 up to a capacity of 1GB.
  • Page 14: Playback Start, Stop, Pause

    Depending on the inserted DVD/VCD/S-VCD it is possible that the contents SKIP function (Chapter/Title forward/backward) of the DVD/VCD/s-VCD will not playback immediately, rather first a selection menu appears in the display. Note: In this event select the menu option which will start the playback of the film This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you with the control button on the remote control.
  • Page 15: Image Enlargement (Zoom)

    REP ALL Select REP ALL to continuously repeat all available titles on the Image enlargement (Zoom) disc, thus the entire disc, until playback repeat is switched off STOP or playback is stopped by pressing the button twice. REP DIR When you have inserted a disc that contains folders, with this Note: option you can endlessly repeat the contents of the current This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you...
  • Page 16: Display Functions

    Accessing the DVD menu Enter here a title number from where playback should start. Enter here a chapter number from where playback should start. Enter here a time position for the currently playing back title from Note: where playback should start. This function may not be available on all DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs! If you attempt to carry out functions that are not available the message CD/VCD/SVCD...
  • Page 17: Changing Playback Language (Dvds/Vcds/S-Vcds Only)

    • When the last of the available subtitle languages is superimposed then 15 Display of MP3/WMA/JPEG/AVI/MPEG SUBTITLE you can switch off the subtitle function by pressing the button and DivX data again. OFF is superimposed in the display. Changing playback language (DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs only) •...
  • Page 18: Playback Of Mp3/ Wma/Mpeg And Divx Discs

    Selection of slide show transitions: Playback of MP3/ WMA/MPEG and DivX discs You can select different transitions for changing from one image to the next. ANGLE/PROGRAM • Select a data with the help of the control buttons . By pressing •...
  • Page 19: Cleaning Of The Dvd Player

    16. Cleaning of the DVD player 18. Troubleshooting Clean the housing of the DVD player with a slightly damp cloth and a mild Display is blank/DVD player shows no functions even though it is cleanser only. When cleaning, make sure that no moisture gets into the DVD switched on player! Clean the inside of the disc tray, if necessary, exclusively with a clean dry...
  • Page 20: Glossary / Key Word Index

    Check by means of the televisions operating instructions to see if settings to 19. Glossary / Key Word Index the television may be necessary in order to use the DVD player with the television. Check by means of the operating instructions for a potential connected What are DVDs, VCDs and S-VCDs? audio component if settings to it are necessary in order to use it with the DVD player.
  • Page 21: Warranty & Service

    SECAM 20. Warranty & Service SECAM is the abbreviation for the french "système en couleur avec mémoire". SECAM is the customary colour television norm in France and many east European countries and at present still the most widely spread system in The warranty for this appliance is for 3 years from the date of purchase.
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  • Page 23 Warranty DVD-Player/Radio KH6502 Irish Connection In order to guarantee a cost free repair procedure please Tel.: 00353 (0) 87 99 62 077 get in touch with the service hotline. Make sure you have Fax: 00353 18398056 your sales slip handy. e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com www.mysilvercrest.de Sender, please write clearly:...
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