JVC LET0141-002A Instructions Manual

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DVD PLAYER

LECTEUR DVD

XV-D701BK
OPEN/
CATV/SAT
TV
DVD
CLOSE
POWER
POWER
POWER
TV
DVD
CATV
CANCEL
RESUME
SET
TV/VIDEO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100+
CH RETURN
9
10
0
+10
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
ON SCREEN
DIGEST
3D PHONIC
ANGLE
POWER
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ZOOM
VFP
PREVIOUS
NEXT
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
CLEAR
STROBE
SELECT
PHONES
SLOW(–)
SLOW(+)
+
+
+
TV
AUDIO
CH
VOLUME
VOLUME
RM–SVD701U REMOTE CONTROL
XV-D701
DVD PLAYER
5.1ch OUT
LINEAR PCM
STANDBY
DIGEST
PHONES LEVEL
3D PHONIC
DOLBY
D I G I T A L
MIN
MAX
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
RESUME
SHARP
SOFT
MANUAL
VIDEO FINE
PROCESSOR
DVD / VIDEO CD / CD
ON SCREEN
OPEN/CLOSE
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.
which are located on the rear, bottom or
side of the cabinet. Retain this information
for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
SHUTTLE
ENTER
SKIP
TITLE
MENU
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
LET0141-002A
[ C ]

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  • Page 1: Dvd Player

    STOP PAUSE PLAY For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No. LET0141-002A [ C ]...
  • Page 2 Mises en garde, précautions et indications diverses CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated...
  • Page 3: Preliminary Knowledge

    This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intel-lectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction Page 2 Preliminary Knowledge Page 5 Getting started Page 15 Basic operations Page 27 Features Using the instructions Notes on care and handling Names of parts and controls Front panel ... 6 Display window ... 7 Rear panel ...
  • Page 5 DVD VIDEO operations Playing a specific scene on a DVD disc Page 35 Playing in slow-motion Playing a scene close-up ... Repeat playback Viewing from multiple angles Changing the language and sound Adjusting the picture to suit the preferences Setting and adjustment Selecting preferences Limiting playback by children Page 51...
  • Page 6: Other Functions

    Introduction Features Picture functions Compatible with a variety of sound formats Other functions Strobe function The unit can display a list of still pictures on the TV screen. Digest function You can select the desired title from the opening scenes displayed on the TV screen. Angle function* You can enjoy variety of scene angles.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Using the instructions The instructions basically explain operations as follows: The number indicates the procedural step. You can operate from the front panel. You can operate with the remote control unit. Short cuts: Procedures that you can shorten. Hints: Other convenient procedures.
  • Page 8: Notes On Care And Handling

    Introduction Notes on care and handling Important cautions Installation of the unit • Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold (between 5˚C and 35˚C, 41˚F and 95˚F). • Leave sufficient distance between the unit and a TV. •...
  • Page 9: Preliminary Knowledge

    Preliminary knowledge This chapter explains names of parts and controls of the unit and information about discs and displays. For successful operation, read this chapter before set-up and operation of the unit. Table of contents of this chapter Names of parts and controls Front panel ...
  • Page 10: Names Of Parts And Controls

    Refer to the corresponding pages indicated in () for details. Front panel LINEAR STANDBY indicator indicator 5.1ch OUT POWER button indicator XV-D701 DVD PLAYER 5.1ch OUT POWER STANDBY PHONES PHONES LEVEL DOLBY D I G I T A L PHONES jack 3D PHONIC button...
  • Page 11: Display Window

    AV COMPU LINK COAXIAL AUDIO OUT jacks (DIGITAL) AV COMPU LINK jacks (98) Connects with other JVC equipment supporting the AV Compulink function to facilitate integrated operations. COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (Y/P Outputs component video signals. S-VIDEO OUT jack (16) Outputs an S-video signal.
  • Page 12: Remote Control Unit

    Preliminary knowledge Remote control unit CATV/SAT POWER button OPEN/CLOSE button DVD/TV/CATV switch SET button Numeric buttons CH RETURN button TITLE button ON SCREEN button 3D PHONIC button RETURN button (for DVD/Video CD) SUBTITLE button (for DVD) 4 ¢ (Skip), PREVIOUS, NEXT buttons 7 (Stop), CLEAR button 1 ¡...
  • Page 13 ANGLE button (for DVD) (46) Changes camera angles during playback of a DVD containing multiple camera angles. AUDIO VOLUME button (30) Adjusts the volume of a JVC AV amplifier or receiver. CANCEL button (71) Cancels the previous settings. CATV/SAT POWER button (25) Turns the CATV converter or satellite tuner on or off.
  • Page 14: Display Information

    Preliminary knowledge Display information PREFERENCE1 PREFERENCE2 SPK.SETTING MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH AUDIO LANGUAGE ENGLISH JAPANESE SUBTITLE ENGLISH ON SCREEN LANGUAGE ON SCREEN GUIDE 16:9 WIDE MONITOR TYPE PRESS PREFERENCE1 PREFERENCE2 SPK.SETTING DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT STREAM/PCM DOWN MIX Lt / Rt COMPRESSION SCREEN SAVER MODE1 AV COMPULINK MODE...
  • Page 15 PARENTAL LOCK Country Code LEVEL 8 Set Level – – – – PASSWORD EXIT NEW PASSWORD? • • • PRESS 0~9 KEY ANGLE 1 / 3 AUDIO 2 / 3 SUB- 1 / 3 TITLE REPEAT A-B REPEAT TITLE CHAP. 1 : 34 : 58 TIME SEARCH 10 Mb...
  • Page 16: To Prevent The Monitor From Burning Out - Screen Saver

    Preliminary knowledge To prevent the monitor from burning out [SCREEN SAVER] A television monitor screen may be burned out if a static picture is displayed for a long time. To prevent this, the unit automatically activates the screen saver function if a static picture, such as an on- screen display or menu, is displayed for over 5 minutes.
  • Page 17: Preliminary Knowledge About Discs

    Preliminary knowledge about discs Playable disc types Playable and non-playback disc types are as follows: Playable discs DVD VIDEO Video CD Audio CD Notes on DVD VIDEO discs • DVD players and DVD discs have their own Region Code numbers. This player only can play back DVD discs whose Region Code numbers includes “1”.
  • Page 18: Disc Construction

    Preliminary knowledge Disc construction In general, a disc comprises of units which separate recorded audio and/or video materials. In the case of a DVD disc, “titles” and “chapters” are the units. A disc comprises “titles,” and each title may be divided into some “chapters.” Each title has an independent content, while each chapter in the same title has continuity.
  • Page 19: Getting Started

    Getting started Before you can enjoy DVD VIDEO, Audio CD, and Video CD playback, you have to prepare the unit. This chapter explains how to get started, including connecting to a variety of components, turning on the unit, and using the remote control unit. Table of contents of this chapter Connections Before making any connections ...
  • Page 20: Connections

    Getting started Connections Before using the unit, you have to connect the unit to a TV or amplifier. By connecting to an amplifier which has a digital terminal or Dolby digital capability, you can enhance the sound quality. Before making any connections •...
  • Page 21: To Connect To A Tv, Monitor, Or Projector With The Component Video Input Jacks

    To connect to a TV, monitor, or projector with the component video input jacks You can enjoy high picture quality by connecting the unit’s COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks of your TV, monitor, or projector with the video cables. Green Blue The unit VIDEO OUT...
  • Page 22: To Connect To An Audio Amplifier Or Receiver

    Getting started To connect to an audio amplifier or receiver Connection to an audio amplifier or receiver You can enjoy high-quality audio by connecting the unit's audio outputs to your amplifier or receiver. The unit VIDEO OUT VIDEO S-VIDEO COMPONENT FRONT REAR CENTER...
  • Page 23: To Connect To An Amplifier/Receiver Equipped With Dolby Digital 5.1-Channel Inputs

    To connect to an amplifier/receiver equipped with Dolby Digital 5.1-channel inputs The Dolby Digital decoder is built in the unit, so you can enjoy the Dolby digital surround sound without the need of an external decoder. Connect the unit’s 5.1-channel outputs to the Dolby Digital 5.1-channel inputs of an amplifier or receiver using the supplied audio cables.
  • Page 24: To Connect To Audio Equipment With A Digital Input

    Getting started To connect to audio equipment with a digital input Connection to an amplifier/receiver with digital input, Dolby Digital decoder/amplifier with built-in Dolby Digital decoder, or an amplifier with built-in DTS and Dolby Digital decoder You can enhance the sound quality by connecting the unit’s DIGITAL OUT (coaxial or optical) with the digital input of an amplifier, DAT or MD by using a digital cable.
  • Page 25: Turn On The Unit

    Turn on the unit To connect the power cord When all the connections have been made, insert the power plug into the wall outlet firmly. The STANDBY indicator lights and setup is completed. Warning • Disconnect the power cord if you are not going to use the unit for a long time. •...
  • Page 26: To Install Batteries In The Remote Control Unit

    Getting started To install batteries in the remote control unit The battery compartment is located on the back of the remote control unit. Press down on the point shown by the arrow at the top of the compartment cover, and pull up the cover to open the compartment. Place the two accessory R6P (SUM-3)/AA(15F) batteries in the remote control according to the polarity markings (“+”...
  • Page 27: To Turn On/Off The Unit

    CLOSE this case, the disc tray opens. To turn on/off the unit Press on the front panel or press POWER POWER XV-501 DVD PLAYER 5.1ch OUT LINEAR PCM POWER STANDBY DIGEST DVD / VIDEO CD / CD PHONES PHONES LEVEL...
  • Page 28: Using The Remote Control Unit

    TV or other components with the remote control unit. To use the remote control unit for TV operation You can operate a JVC TV with the remote control unit. To operate another manufacture’s TV, you have to change the remote control signal. Also refer to the manual supplied with your TV.
  • Page 29: To Use The Remote Control Unit For Catv Converter Or Satellite Tuner Operation

    Manufacturer’s code list Manufacturer GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD GI JERROLD SCIENTIFIC ATRANTA SCIENTIFIC ATRANTA ZENITH ZENITH PIONEER PIONEER HAMLIN/REGAL HAMLIN/REGAL HAMLIN/REGAL HAMLIN/REGAL OAK/SIGMA OAK/SIGMA OAK/SIGMA TOCOM TOCOM RCA/PANASONIC RCA/PANASONIC RCA/PANASONIC RCA(SAT) SONY(SAT) To use the remote control unit for CATV converter or...
  • Page 30 Getting started...
  • Page 31: Basic Operations

    Basic operations This chapter explains how to perform basic common DVD, Audio CD and Video CD playback operations. For more advanced operations, see page 35 for DVD operations, page 67 for Audio CD, page 79 for Video CD. Table of contents of this chapter Before operation To turn on your TV and the unit ...
  • Page 32: Before Operation

    Basic operations Before operation You can adjust the volume level, select the TV channel, and change the input source of your TV from the remote control unit. To turn on your TV and the unit To operate your TV from the remote control unit, you have to set the remote control unit to operate your TV (see page 24).
  • Page 33: Inserting And Removing Discs

    Inserting and removing discs You can also insert and remove the disc from the on-screen display. 1. Use to move , then press ENTER open the disc tray. 2. Place or remove the disc. 3. Use to move , then press ENTER close the disc tray.
  • Page 34: Playing Back A Dvd Video Or Cd Disc

    To adjusting the volume level • For TV Press to increase the volume, and VOLUME • For JVC amplifier Press to increase the volume, and AUDIO VOLUME • For other amplifier or receiver Adjust the volume level of the connected amplifier or receiver.
  • Page 35: To Stop Playback Temporarily

    You can also advance or reverse play rapidly with the SHUTTLE knob on the front panel. To advance play rapidly, turn the shuttle knob to the right and hold, and to reverse play rapidly, turn the shuttle knob to the left and hold.
  • Page 36: Resuming Playback

    Basic operations Resuming playback You can store the position on a disc you want to interrupt playback at by pressing POWER instead of RESUME The unit also starts resume playback by pressing RESUME during standby mode. The unit stores the position on a disc you want to interrupt playback at, and resumes playback from that position later.
  • Page 37: Adjusting The Surround Sound

    Adjusting the surround sound To erase the 3D PHONIC screen, press . The 3D ENTER PHONIC screen disappears if there are no operations for more than 10 seconds. You can select the simulated surround effect depending on the disc contents. If you connect the unit to your stereo system, you can enhance sound quality and produce a greater surround effect.
  • Page 38: Summary Of Basic Operations

    Basic operations Summary of basic operations The basic operation and buttons for basic operation are shown in table below: Press Turn on/off the unit POWER Play PLAY Stop STOP Pause PAUSE Advance or reverse SLOW(–) play rapidly while shuttle knob and hold. monitoring Locate the beginning PREVIOUS...
  • Page 39 DVD VIDEO operations This chapter explains all the functions of the player for playing back DVD discs. You can enjoy DVD in various ways such as selecting the subtitle and audio languages, viewing from multiple angle, some of which only DVD can offer. Table of contents of this chapter Playing a specific scene on a DVD disc To locate a desired scene from the menu ...
  • Page 40: Playing A Specific Scene On A Dvd Disc

    DVD VIDEO Operations Playing a specific scene on a DVD disc TITLE MENU About A DVD disc which contains more than one title may have the menu like as a list of the title. In this case, the menu appears on TITLE the TV screen by pressing On the other hand, a DVD disc...
  • Page 41: To Locate A Desired Scene By Specifying The Title Number

    To locate the desired scene by specifying the title number Each title is usually assigned a title number on DVD discs. You can play the desired title by selecting the title number. During stop mode to select the desired title number. The selected title number appears in the display window on the front panel.
  • Page 42: To Locate A Desired Scene By Specifying The Chapter Number - Chap. Search

    DVD VIDEO Operations are not used in this function. To locate the desired scene by specifying the chapter number [CHAP. SEARCH] Each chapter is usually assigned a chapter number on DVD discs (except Karaoke discs). You can play the desired chapter by selecting the chapter number from the on-screen display.
  • Page 43: To Locate A Desired Scene By Specifying The Time - Time Search

    are not used in this function. To locate the desired scene by specifying the time [TIME SEARCH] If the DVD disc contains time information, elapsed time appears on the TV screen. You can play the desired scene by selecting the time from the on-screen display. During playback Press ON SCREEN...
  • Page 44 DVD VIDEO Operations Short cuts After pressing , press ENTER You can input the time by pressing without pressing ENTER twice to input the second position. Example 2: To select playback from 2 hour 34 minutes: GO TO _ : Press GO TO 2 : _ Press...
  • Page 45: To Locate A Desired Scene By Watching The Opening Scene Digest Display - Digest

    When you press during DIGEST playback, the unit displays the opening scene of each chapter and you can select the desired chapter. In this case, opening scenes are displayed from chapter 1. • When the selected title is in the lower right-hand corner of the screen, press to check next scenes.
  • Page 46: Playing In Slow-Motion

    DVD VIDEO Operations Playing in slow-motion During this function, when you press PAUSE , next nine still pictures appear on the TV screen and playback pauses. When you PLAY press , nine still pictures continuously appear on the TV screen. You can enjoy advancing the picture frame-by-frame by pressing...
  • Page 47: Playing A Scene Close-Up

    Playing a scene close-up The unit can zoom in a part of the scene. You can view any part of the scene close-up. To playback a scene close-up [ZOOM] During playback or pause Press [ZOOM] appears on the TV screen. The unit zooms in to the center part of the scene to produce a double- sized image.
  • Page 48: Repeat Playback

    DVD VIDEO Operations Repeat playback The unit can repeat playback of the current title or current chapter and you can also select the desired part for repeat playback. To repeat a title or chapter [REPEAT] During playback Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 49: To Repeat A Desired Part - A-B Repeat

    To repeat a desired part [A-B REPEAT] During playback Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. to move to [A-B REPEAT], then press ENTER the beginning of the part you want to repeat (point A). The color of “A-B REPEAT” changes. Press at the end of the ENTER...
  • Page 50: Viewing From Multiple Angles

    DVD VIDEO Operations Viewing from multiple angles You can enjoy a variety of scene angles if the DVD disc contains “multi angle” parts, where multiple cameras were used to shoot the same scene from different angles. You can select one of these viewing angles from the normal screen or on- screen display.
  • Page 51: To Select A Scene Angle From The Angle List Display - Angle

    To select a scene angle from the angle list display [ANGLE] During playback Press and hold for more ANGLE than 1 seconds. Up to 9 angle scenes recorded on a disc appear on the TV screen. to select desired angle. Press ENTER The selected angle appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 52: Changing The Language And Sound

    DVD VIDEO Operations Changing the language and sound Short cuts SUBTITLE Press and select the desired subtitle by using You can turn ON/OFF the sub- SUBTITLE title by pressing . Each SUBTITLE time you press , the ON/ OFF status is switched. When the subtitle function is ON, the subtitle language appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 53: To Change The Audio Language Or Sound Selection - Audio

    To change the audio language or sound selection [AUDIO] During playback Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. to move [AUDIO]. to select desired audio language or sound. Each time you use , the audio language or sound changes. Example: 1/3 ENGLISH 2/3 FRENCH...
  • Page 54: Adjusting The Picture To Suit The Preferences

    DVD VIDEO Operations Adjusting the picture to suit preferences If you select [MANUAL], you can adjust the level of picture sharpness and noise reduction. 1. Use to select SHARPNESS or NR LEVEL. 2. Use to adjust the level. Toward L : Reduce the effect. Toward H : Enhance the effect.
  • Page 55 Setting and adjustment This chapter explains unit settings for playing back DVD discs. You can change the initial settings in various ways, for example, selecting the subtitle and audio language, type of monitor, and the cutting out violent scenes with the Parental lock function in order not to be viewed by children .
  • Page 56: Selecting Preferences

    Setting and adjustment Selecting preferences For details of each setting, see the following pages: PREFERENCE 1 MENU LANGUAGE (53) AUDIO LANGUAGE (53) SUBTITLE (54) ON SCREEN LANGUAGE (54) ON SCREEN GUIDE (55) MONITOR TYPE (55) PREFERENCE 2 DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT (56) DOWN MIX (57) COMPRESSION (57) SCREEN SAVER (58)
  • Page 57: To Set The Language And Display Preference Items

    To set the language and display preference items The PREFERENCE 1 can be set as follows: MENU LANGUAGE You can select a default “display” language to be displayed if it is contained on the disc. Each time you press , the language setting changes in the following order: ENGLISH = SPANISH = FRENCH = CHINESE = GERMAN = ITALIAN =...
  • Page 58: On Screen Language

    Setting and adjustment SUBTITLE You can select the default subtitle language to be displayed when it is contained on a playback disc. Each time you press , the language setting changes in the following order: ENGLISH = SPANISH = FRENCH = CHINESE = GERMAN = ITALIAN = JAPANESE = language code from AA to ZU (See “Table of languages and their...
  • Page 59: Monitor Type

    ON SCREEN GUIDE The unit can display “on screen guide” icons or characters on the picture, which show what is happening to the disc or the unit. • ON The guide display turns on. • OFF The guide display turns off. Examples of “On-screen guide”...
  • Page 60: To Set Other Preference Items

    Setting and adjustment To set other preference items The PREFERENCE 2 can be set as follows: DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT To connect the unit‘s digital output to an external amplifier or receiver equipped with a digital input, this item must be set correctly.
  • Page 61: Down Mix

    DOWN MIX By setting DOWN MIX correctly, you can get the optimum stereo mix for your audio system from DVD discs recorded with Dolby Digital surround multichannel audio. • Lt/Rt: You can monitor the unit’s audio output signals via an amplifier with built-in Dolby Pro Logic Decoder.
  • Page 62: Screen Saver

    Setting and adjustment SCREEN SAVER A television monitor screen may be burned out if a static picture is displayed for a long time. To prevent this, the unit automatically activates the screen saver function if a static picture, such as an on- screen display or menu, is displayed for over 5 minutes.
  • Page 63: Av Compulink Mode

    AV COMPULINK MODE If you use the AV Compulink system, you must set this item correctly. Select from the three options: “DVD1,” “DVD2” and “DVD3” according to the equipment to be connected. See page 98. AUTO STANDBY When the unit is in stop mode for more than 30 minutes or 60 minutes, the unit enters standby mode automatically.
  • Page 64: Speaker Setting

    Setting and adjustment Speaker setting You can make speaker setting according to your system. Normally, simply select “5.1 CHANNEL” or “2 CHANNEL”. However, if you select “EXPERT”, you can set various settings to match your speakers. SPEAKER CHANNELS You can select the speaker channels according to the speaker system connected •...
  • Page 65 1 Speaker size (available only when selecting EXPERT) Sets the speaker size according to your speakers. 1 Select the speaker to be set using • F.SP: front speakers • C.SP: center speaker • R.SP: rear speakers 2 Select the size using •...
  • Page 66 Setting and adjustment For the speaker(s) whose size is set to “None”, Speaker level and Delay cannot be set (“——” appears in the setting field). However, when playing back a Dolby Digital disc, LFE singal is output from SUBWOOFER output even if S.
  • Page 67 In Test tone mode, you hear pink noise, which includes all frequencies in the audible range, from the speakers. This is not a malfunction. The test tone is not output from the SUBWOOFER output. 5 Test tone (available only while setting LEVEL or DELAY) You can check the level or delay setting by monitoring the test tone.
  • Page 68: Limiting Playback By Children

    Setting and adjustment Limiting playback by children ”LEVEL 1” is the strictest level. This function restricts playback of DVD discs which contain violent (and other) scenes according to the level set by the user. For example, if a movie which includes violent scenes supports the parental lock feature, such scenes which you do not want to let children view can be cut or replaced with other scenes.
  • Page 69: To Change The Settings - Parental Lock

    To change the settings [PARENTAL LOCK] Press while holding ENTER down STOP If the current disc is not a DVD disc, you have to remove the disc from the tray before setting up. The Parental Lock on-screen display appears on the TV screen. Enter your current 4-digit password using press ENTER...
  • Page 70: To Temporarily Release The Parental Lock - Parental Lock

    Setting and adjustment To temporarily release the Parental lock [PARENTAL LOCK] When you set the parental level strictly, some discs may not be played back at all. When you insert such a disc and try to play it, the Parental Lock on-screen display appears on the TV screen, and the unit will ask you whether you want the parental lock to be released temporarily or not.
  • Page 71: Playing A Specific Track On A Disc

    Audio CD operations This chapter explains all the unit functions for playing back Audio CD discs. You can enjoy Audio CDs in various ways such as listening to only the desired track, changing the track order, and repeating tracks. Table of contents of this chapter Playing a specific track on a disc To locate the desired track using To locate the desired track directly ...
  • Page 72: Next

    Audio CD operations Playing a specific track on a disc You can display the desired track number on the TV screen. In this case, press to display the ON SCREEN Audio CD on-screen display, then select the desired track. You can play a specific track on a disc by selecting the track number or time. You can select it from the on-screen display on the TV screen, or using remote control.
  • Page 73: To Locate The Desired Position By Specifying The Time - Time Search

    are not used for this function. To locate a desired position by specifying the time [TIME SEARCH] You can playback a disc from the desired position by specifying the elapsed time from the beginning of the disc. Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 74 Audio CD operations NOTES ¶ When you make a mistake in step 3: Move the cursor to the mistaken value, then press the correct value to re-select the value. GO TO 02 : _ Press GO TO 02 : Press GO TO 04 : _ ¶...
  • Page 75: Changing The Track Order

    Changing the track order When all of the programmed tracks have finished playback, the unit stops but the program remains. You can program tracks during program playback. You can listen to CD tracks in the desired order, or in random order. You can program up to 16 tracks.
  • Page 76: To Playback Tracks In Random Order - Random

    Audio CD operations • When all tracks have been played once, random play ends. • The same track will not be played back more than once during random play. To playback tracks in random order [RANDOM] The unit can play tracks in random order. During stop mode Press ON SCREEN...
  • Page 77: Repeat Playback

    Repeat playback The unit can repeat playback of all tracks or the current track and you can also select a desired section for repeat playback. To repeat a current track or all tracks [REPEAT] During playback Press The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. [REPEAT].
  • Page 78: To Repeat A Desired Part - A-B Repeat

    Audio CD operations To repeat a desired part [A-B REPEAT] During playback Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. to move to [A-B REPEAT], then press ENTER the beginning of the part you want to repeat (point A). The color of “A-B REPEAT”...
  • Page 79: Sampling All Tracks

    Sampling all tracks • When all tracks have been played once, INTRO scan stops. You can sample the tracks by listening to a short segment of each track in order. The unit plays the first 10 seconds of each track. To playback only the beginning of each track [INTRO] During stop Press...
  • Page 80: Checking The Elapsed Time Or Remaining Time

    Audio CD operations Checking the elapsed time or remaining time When you select the time mode during stop mode, the time mode changes as follows: EACH REMAIN Recorded time of the current track TOTAL (0:00) TOTAL REMAIN Total recorded time of the disc EACH (0:00) You can check the elapsed time of the current track or entire disc, and check remaining time of the current track or entire disc from the on-screen display on...
  • Page 81: Information About Cd Text

    Information about CD TEXT CD TEXT data also appears in the display window. In this case, each TITLE time you press , CD TEXT data and time appears alternately. The unit is compatible with the CD TEXT function. CD TEXT discs have information, such as the album title, artist names, and track names.
  • Page 82 Audio CD operations...
  • Page 83 Video CD operations This chapter explains all the functions of the unit for playing back Video CD discs. You can also enjoy Video CDs in various ways such as enjoying only a desired track, changing the track order, and repeating track playback.
  • Page 84: Playing A Specific Scene On A Video Cd

    Video CD Operations Playing a specific scene on a Video CD When you play a Video CD disc using the PBC function, “PBC” appears in the display window on the front panel. When the PBC function is not activate, PLAY Press STOP , then press...
  • Page 85: To Locate A Desired Track Using

    To locate a desired track using During playback without the PBC function Press NEXT PREVIOUS • To skip to succeeding tracks, press desired track appears in the display. • To skip to beginning of the current track, press • To skip to preceding tracks, press appears in the display.
  • Page 86: To Locate A Desired Position By Specifying The Time - Time Search

    Video CD Operations are not used in this function. To locate a desired position by specifying the time [TIME SEARCH] You can playback a disc from the desired position by specifying the elapsed time from the beginning of the disc. During playback without the PBC function Press ON SCREEN...
  • Page 87 NOTES ¶ When you make a mistake in step 3: Move the cursor to the mistaken value, then press the correct value to re- select the value. GO TO 02 : _ Press GO TO 02 : Press GO TO 04 : _ ¶...
  • Page 88: To Locate A Desired Scene By Watching The Opening Scene Digest Display - Digest

    Video CD Operations • When the selected track is in the lower right-hand corner of the screen, press to check next scenes. • When the selected track is in the upper left-hand corner of the screen, press to return to previous scenes. To locate a desired scene by watching the opening scene digest display [DIGEST] The unit can display the opening scene of each track.
  • Page 89: Playing In Slow-Motion

    Playing in slow-motion During this function, when you press PAUSE , next nine still pictures appear on the TV screen and playback pauses. When you PLAY press , nine still pictures continuously appear on the TV screen. You can enjoy advancing the picture frame-by-frame by pressing during pause.
  • Page 90: Playing A Scene Close-Up

    Video CD Operations Playing a scene close-up The unit can zoom in a part of the scene. You can view any part of the scene close-up. To playback a scene close-up [ZOOM] During playback or pause ZOOM Press [ZOOM] appears on the TV screen. The unit zooms in to the center part of the scene to produce a double- sized image.
  • Page 91: Changing The Track Order

    Changing the track order When all of the programmed tracks have finished playback, the unit stops but the program remains. You can program tracks during playback. You can play tracks on a Video CD in the desired order or in random order. To playback in the desired order [PROGRAM] By creating a program, you can enjoy listening to your favorite tracks in any order.
  • Page 92: To Playback Tracks In Random Order - Random

    Video CD Operations • When all tracks have been played once, random play ends. • The same track will not be played back more than once during random play. To playback tracks in random order [RANDOM] The unit can play tracks in random order. During stop Press ON SCREEN...
  • Page 93: Repeat Playback

    Repeat playback The unit can repeat playback the current title or current chapter and you can also select a desired part for repeat playback. To repeat a current track or all tracks [REPEAT] During playback without PBC function Press The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. [REPEAT].
  • Page 94: To Repeat A Desired Part - A-B Repeat

    Video CD Operations To repeat a desired part [A-B REPEAT] During playback Press ON SCREEN The on-screen display appears on the TV screen. to move to [A-B REPEAT], then press ENTER the beginning of the part you want to repeat (point A). The color of “A-B REPEAT”...
  • Page 95: Sampling All Tracks

    Sampling all tracks When all tracks have been played once, INTRO scan quits. You can sample the tracks by listening to a short segment of each track in order. The unit plays the first 10 seconds of each track. To playback only the beginning of each track [INTRO] During stop mode Press...
  • Page 96: Adjusting The Picture And Sound To Suit Preferences

    Video CD Operations Adjusting the picture and sound to suit preferences If you select [MANUAL], you can adjust the level of sharpness of the picture and noise reduction. 1. Use to select SHARPNESS or NR LEVEL. 2. Use to adjust the level. Toward L : Reduce the effect.
  • Page 97: To Change The Audio Channel - Audio

    To change the audio channel [AUDIO] In some karaoke discs, one of the audio channels includes a vocal while the other does not. With such discs, you can choose to enjoy karaoke without the vocal or with the vocal by selecting the audio channel to be played back. During playback Press ON SCREEN...
  • Page 98: Checking The Total Disc Time

    Video CD Operations Checking the total disc time When you press repeatedly ENTER until [EACH REMAIN] appears on the TV screen, the recorded time of the displayed track appears on the TV screen. You can change the track by pressing PREVIOUS NEXT You can check the total and each time from the on screen display on the TV...
  • Page 99 Additional information This chapter explains additional information about the unit such as troubleshooting or how to take care of discs. Read this chapter as necessary. Table of contents of this chapter Care and handling of discs Troubleshooting ... 97 AV COMPU LINK remote control system Connection and setup ...
  • Page 100: Care And Handling Of Discs

    Additional information Care and handling of discs How to handle discs When handling a disc, do not touch the surface of the disc. Since discs are made of plastic, they are easily damaged. If a disc gets dirty, dusty, scratched or warped, the images and sound will not be picked up correctly, and such a disc may cause the player to malfunction.
  • Page 101: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be a malfunction may not always be serious. Please go through the following list before requesting service. Symptom Possible case Power does not come on. Power plug is not inserted securely. Remote control does not work. Too far from the unit.
  • Page 102: Av Compu Link Remote Control System

    • Using the AV COMPU LINK cable, connect the AV COMPU LINK terminals of each component to one another. To AV COMPU LINK (II or EX) • If you connect a DVD player with a television via AV COMPU LINK, set the DVD player’s AV COMPU LINK setting as follows.
  • Page 103: Operation

    You can enjoy pictures and/or sound by just putting a source component (which plays back the pictures and/or sound such as a DVD player or VCR) into play mode. You do not have to operate the TV and receiver including not having to perform power switching.
  • Page 104: Specifications

    Additional information Specifications General Readable discs: Video format: Other Power requirements: Power consumption: Mass: Dimensions (W x H x D): Video output COMPONENT (pin jack): VIDEO OUT (pin jack): S-VIDEO OUT (S jack): Horizontal resolution: Signal to noise ratio: Audio output ANALOG OUT (pin jack): FRONT REAR...
  • Page 105 Appendix A: Table of languages and their abbreviations Annexe A: Tableau des langues de travail et de leurs sigles When you select the subtitle language or sound, the languages shown below are displayed as abbreviations. To select the desired language, select the abbreviation corresponding the language you want to. Lorsqu'on choisit la langue des sous-titre ou la langue parlée, les langues figurant au tableau ci-dessous apparaissent sous forme de sigle.
  • Page 106 Appendix B: Country code list for parental lock Annexe B: Liste des Codes Pays pour la Censure Parentale This list is used for the parental Lock operation. For details, see page 64. Cette liste est utilisée pour l'exploitation de la Censure Parentale (ou Restriction Parentale). Voir le détail Page 64. Andorra United Arab Emirates Afghanistan...
  • Page 107 Liechtenstein Sri Lanka Liberia Lesotho Lithuania Luxembourg Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Morocco Monaco Moldova, Republic of Madagascar Marshall Islands Mali Myanmar Mongolia Macau Northern Mariana Islands Martinique Mauritania Montserrat Malta Mauritius Maldives Malawi Mexico Malaysia Mozambique Namibia New Caledonia Niger Norfolk Island Nigeria Nicaragua...
  • Page 108 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED Printed in Japan 0299TTMUBNPRI EN. FR.

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