Owner's Manual
Welcome to the Digital Video Revolution!
Your Cyber Home DVD Player is designed to provide a great Home Theater
experience with super-crisp Video and thundering Digital Sound. Please retain
this User Manual for future reference. Remember to read the manual carefully
before connecting and powering on the unit.
CH-DVD 300
www.cyberhome.com
USA Version 1.1

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  • Page 1: Dvd Player

    CH-DVD 300 USA Version 1.1 DVD Player Owner’s Manual Welcome to the Digital Video Revolution! Your Cyber Home DVD Player is designed to provide a great Home Theater experience with super-crisp Video and thundering Digital Sound. Please retain this User Manual for future reference. Remember to read the manual carefully before connecting and powering on the unit.

  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions WARNING: CAUTION TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR ANNOYING RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN DO NOT OPEN INTERFERENCE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE AND ONLY USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of not isolated dangerous voltage within the inside of the product that may be sufficient magnitude to...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents General Information Safety Instructions ..............2 Table of Contents.

  • Page 4: Dvd Player Features & Supported Discs

    DVD Player Features & Supported Discs Welcome to the Digital Video Revolution! Your new DVD Player opens the door to a much richer home entertainment experience than you’ve ever seen before. Enhanced Video and Sound quality, as well as greater flexibility and options are just some of the benefits of Digital Video over conventional formats such as VHS.

  • Page 5: Caring For Optical Discs

    Caring for Optical Discs Handling of Discs: Please hold the disc by gripping the rim or by placing the index finger in the central hole. Never touch the signal surface, which is shiny. This applies to both sides of double sided discs. Cleaning of Discs: Finger prints or stains on the surface of the disc may cause signal loss.

  • Page 6: Preparing And Using The Remote Control

    Operation of Remote Control When using the control, please aim at the device's remote control sensor, located in the DVD PROGRESSIVE SCAN VIDEO CH-DVD 300 Quick Tips Make sure no objects are between the remote and the player.

  • Page 7: Remote Control Functions

    Remote Control Functions (1 of 2) Understanding the Buttons on the Remote The Remote Control provides access to the DVD Player’s advanced functions, such as searching, repeating video segments, accessing the Setup Menu, choosing subtitle mode, muting the volume and pausing the action, just to name a few.

  • Page 8: Number Buttons

    INTRO Not used for CH-DVD 300 To input a numerical value greater than 10, first press this button to select the 10s digit, then use the number keys to select the 1s digit.

  • Page 9: Dvd Front Panel Functions

    Paused, Reading Disc, Backward/Forward Push to Open or Close the disc tray. Scan, Bad or Unrecognized Disc, enabled Setup Menu and Playing Disc or ON. CH-DVD 300 Quick Tips Play / Pause* Press to begin Playback. Press again to Pause.

  • Page 10: Back Panel Connectors

    Back Panel Connectors Connections on the Back Panel The back panel is where you’ll find all the physical connections for the DVD Player. You will only use one Video and one Audio connection at any given time. For instance, if you’re using the Composite Video jack to connect to your TV, the S-Video and YUV Progressive Scan / Component connectors will be unused.

  • Page 11: Connecting The Dvd Player To Your Tv

    Connecting the DVD Player to your TV / Receiver Determining the Video & Audio Connections You Will Use The first step to using your new DVD Player is to make the cable connections that will allow you to see the video and hear the audio on your TV and optional Stereo or Digital Receiver.

  • Page 12: Typical Connection - Composite Video & Stereo Audio

    Typical Connection - Composite Video & Stereo Audio Typical Connection - Connecting to a TV with Composite Video In and Stereo Audio In If your TV has only a single Video Input jack, typically a yellow-colored plug, you will use the Composite Video output of the DVD Player for the Video Connection.

  • Page 13: Digital Audio Connections, Component Video Connections

    YUV - Progressive Scan and Component Video Connections Warning: If you selected Progressive SCAN and your TV does not support P-SCAN, the display may go blank and you will not be able to view the Setup Menu to change back the video settings. If this happens, Turn OFF (Standby) the player, Turn back ON Player, Open Disc Tray and Press and hold the STOP button on player for 5 Seconds.

  • Page 14: Getting Started - Powering On & Playing A Disc

    Getting Started - Powering On & Playing a Disc After Video and Audio Cables are Connected and the power cord is plugged in Once the DVD Player is properly connected to your TV and possibly your receiver also, turn on your TV and make sure it’s set to the correct input channel.

  • Page 15: Stopping And Pausing Play

    Stopping and Pausing Play To Stop Disc Play STOP Press the STOP button to stop playback of the disc. With Audio CDs, VCDs and DVDs, after the STOP button is pressed, the message HOLD will be displayed. The stop point is now saved and you can resume playback by pressing PLAY.

  • Page 16: Navigating Disc Menus

    Navigating Disc Menus Using MENU and TITLE Buttons to Access Menus on DVD and VCD Discs Most DVDs and some VCD discs feature menus that will allow you to navigate the various Chapters, Special Features and Setup Options available for the disc. Some menus will automatically be displayed when you insert a disc.

  • Page 17: Putting It All Together With The Display Button

    Putting it All Together with the Display Button Get Quick Access to Playback Information and Important Functions Use DISPLAY to get information about the playback session, as well as direct command of some of the most important functions already discussed, all grouped together in one Menu for Quick and Easy Access.

  • Page 18: Fast Forward/reverse & Slow Motion Scanning, Skip Forward And Skip Back

    Fast Forward/Reverse & Slow Motion Scanning Finding a Position on the Disc Using the Search Function Your DVD Player features a Search function that will allow you to scan through video at fast or slow speeds to find a specific position. The scan functions available will depend on the type of disc you are using.

  • Page 19: Jumping To A Specific Chapter/track Or Time Position

    Jumping to a Specific Chapter/Track or Time Position You may Choose a Specific Track or Time Position to Playback There are many options available to choose the beginning playback point on DVDs, VCDs and Audio CDs. You may use the GOTO button, or enter a Track Number directly using the NUMBER buttons.

  • Page 20: Saving Locations For Quick Play With Bookmarks

    Saving Locations for Quick Play with Bookmarks Mark a Point on the Disc to Come Back to Later with the BOOKMARK Button While you’re watching a DVD or listening to an Audio CD, you can easily “mark” a point on the disc that you would like quick access to later on.

  • Page 21: Repeating A Title, Chapter/track Or Disc, Repeating A Specific Time Segment

    Repeating a Title, Chapter/Track or Disc Repeat a Single Track on an Audio CD or an Entire DVD Disc Your player has many options for repeating segments of DVDs, VCDs, and Audio CDs. This section covers how to repeat segments already defined on the disc, such as a Chapter or Track.

  • Page 22: Playing Tracks In A Particular Order With Program Play

    Playing Tracks in a Particular Order with Program Play Create Custom Playback Programs of up to 90 Steps If you would like to program the Chapters or Tracks on your disc to play in an order you specify, create a custom playback program with the PROGRAM button. OPEN/CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE POWER...

  • Page 23

    Playing MP3 and JPG Files (1of 2) Your DVD Player is also a Feature-Packed Mp3/JPG Player! When you insert an MP3/JPG disc, the player will launch the Navigator menu on-screen program that lets you easily select files to be played / shown stored on CD-R or CD-RW discs. On the bottom of the file list, you have two options for displayed type files ( JPEG, Mp3, JPEG &...

  • Page 24

    Playing MP3 and JPG Files (2 of 2) Viewing JPG files PAUSE, ROTATE, STOP and ZOOM Functions While view JPEG files during slide show, you may choice to Pause the slide show to have a longer or better view of the image file. We have also implemented the ZOOM feature for you to view the image file more detailed.

  • Page 25: Using The Zoom Function

    Using the Zoom Function You can Zoom In or Out during Playback or on a Still Frame Want to take a closer look at something you see in a DVD or VCD movie? Use the Zoom OPEN/CLOSE OPEN/CLOSE POWER POWER DISPLAY DISPLAY SETUP...

  • Page 26: More Audio & Video Functions

    More Audio & Video Functions Suspending Audio with the MUTE Button MUTE To temporarily cancel the Audio of the disc you’re listening to or watching, simply press the MUTE button. You’ll see an indicator on screen letting you know that the player is in MUTE OPEN/CLOSE POWER DISPLAY...

  • Page 27: Using The On-screen Setup Menu

    Using the On-Screen Setup Menu Adjusting Video and Audio Settings in the DVD Player Setup Your DVD Player features an on-screen Setup Menu that allows you to adjust settings for your Video and Audio preferences, and enable player features like Parental Lock. When you change settings in the Setup Menu, they are stored even when power is turned off.

  • Page 28: Video Setup Options

    Video Setup Options Adjusting Video Settings in the Video Setup Page The Video Setup Page contains settings that will be determined by the type of TV you’re using, along with settings based on your personal preferences. You can adjust the player to function with NTSC or PAL television types, as well as normal and wide screen models.

  • Page 29

    DVD - SETUP Menu Exploring the DVD Setup Menu The DVD Setup Menu contains many important options for your DVD DVD SETUP player. Along with options for basic viewing features such as Subtitle language preference, this menu is where you can set a password to control MENU ENGLISH the Parental Lock function, which lets you limit the play of discs beyond a...

  • Page 30: Audio Setup Options

    Audio Setup Options Adjusting Audio Settings in the Audio Setup Page The settings you choose in the Audio Setup Page will be determined by the type of audio equipment you are using with the DVD Player. The factory default settings are configured with the assumption that you are using the AUDIO player with a standard Television supporting Stereo Audio Inputs.

  • Page 31: System Setup Options

    System Setup Options OSD LANG - ENGLISH/FRENCH/GERMAN/ETC. With this setting you can change the language of the On-Screen Display menus. This will make it easier to change other options with the Setup SYSTEM Menu. OSD LANGUAGE ENGLISH SCREEN SAVER SCREEN SAVER - ON/OFF AUTO STANDBY LOAD SETUP DEF The Screen Saver protects your TV’s cathode-ray tube from “screen burn”...

  • Page 32: Troubleshooting Common Problems

    Troubleshooting Common Problems The DVD Player Does Not Power On The AC Power cord may be loose or not plugged in. Make sure the power cord is secure in the AC socket and the connector on the back of the player. The unit may be in Standby Mode.

  • Page 33: Specifications

    Specifications Playable Discs DVD, Audio CD, VCD, CD-R, CD-RW TV Systems Supported NTSC, PAL, MULTI Laser Semiconductor Laser, wavelength 650nm Frequency Response (Digital Audio) DVD Linear Sound: 48kHz sampling 4Hz to 22kHz 96kHz sampling 4Hz to 44kHz Audio CD: 4Hz to 20kHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Digital Audio) More than 90dB Audio dynamic range (Digital Audio)

  • Page 34: Glossary Of Dvd-related Terms

    Glossary of DVD-Related Terms CD-R & CD-RW Recordable Optical Disc formats that can be used as VCD or MP3 discs with your DVD Player. Coaxial Digital Audio Connector A digital audio connection used to connect a DVD player to a receiver or pre-amplifier. Transfers a “RAW” digital audio signal, minimizes signal degradation.

  • Page 35: Region Code, Copyright Protection

    Glossary of DVD-Related Terms (cont’d) A compressed audio format. Its small size makes it popular for downloading on internet. MP3 files recorded on CD-R or CD-RW media are suitable for playback on your DVD Player. NTSC National Television System Committee. This is the standard system for TV in the USA and Japan, among others. Video standard used in most European countries and elsewhere.

  • Page 37: Index

    Index a-b repeat ............21,23 parental lock ............29 a-b repeat button ............8 password ..............29 angle button ..............7 play button............7,15 angles (multi-angle playback) .........26 power button .............7 arrow buttons ............7 power cord ............2,10 audio button ..............7 power switch ............10,14 audio cd..............4 preview ..............20 audio outputs ............11 previous button............7 audio settings ............30...

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  • Stacey Sep 11, 2016 11:57:
    Does this device play regular store-boug​ht music CDs? If so, how do I do that? It is not playing CD's and I have it connected to a speaker.
  • Fernando uribe Feb 03, 2016 08:55:
    I have a problem with double pictures and the middle PSCAN what can I do help me please.
  • Fernando uribe Feb 03, 2016 08:55:
    I have a problem with double pictures and the middle PSCAN what can I do help me please.
  • Fernando uribe Feb 03, 2016 08:54:
    I have a problem with double pictures and the middle PSCAN what can I do help me please.