Switching on the player
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Turn the DVD player on by pressing the "STANDBY/ON" button on the
front of the device.
About the DVD-Player
With this DVD-Player you can play a vast variety of DVD-formats
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However, you must be aware that in many cases DVDs are encrypted
with a so-called "Regional Code". This specifies for which region in
the world the DVD is intended. As an example, the DVDs marked with
regional code "1" are intended for the USA and Canada. DVDs with
regional code "2" are for use in Europe.
With your DVD-Player you can only play DVDs with regional code "2".
There are both lots of burning and compressing methods as well as
high quality differences in (burned) CDs/DVDs. Moreover, the music
industry has not yet agreed on a fixed standard for copy protection.
This may, in very isolated cases, result in problems when relaying CDs,
DVDs and MP3 CDs. This is no malfunction of the player.
Furthermore, there may be isolated problems when playing CDs or DVDs
which were created on a PC (e.g. holiday photographs). In case of prob-
lems check the settings of the DVD writing program on your computer.
You should in particular make sure that the DVD has been finalized. For
further information on this matter please refer to the operating manual
of your recorder.
Input Not Possible
If an input or function selected by you is not possible, the words
"INVALID KEY" appear on the screen.
Track: "Track" is the designation for sections on an Audio-CD. This
may be a song, the set of a symphony, etc.
Title/Chapter: Video-DVDs are divided into "Title" and "Chapters". A
"Title" may be e.g. a particular film, the "Chapters" may be subsec-
tions of this film.
MPEG4: Your DVD player is also suitable for playing back files that
have been compressed using the MPEG-4 system (short for Moving
Picture Experts Group-4). MPEG-4 is a compression method by
means of which large quantities of data can be reduced without any
noticeable loss of picture and sound quality.
It is not possible to guarantee full compatibility with all of the com-
pression methods used worldwide, particularly when more than one
soundtrack or subtitles are involved. Also MPEG 4 files with integrated
special functions such as a menu, subtitles etc. are not always sup-
ported. This is no malfunction of the player.
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