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NETWORK MEDIA SYSTEM
SYSTÈME MÉDIA RÉSEAU
DD-8
Consists of CA-DD8, SP-PWDD8,
SP-DD8F and SP-DD8S
Se compose de CA-DD8, SP-PWDD8,
SP-DD8F et SP-DD8S
DD-3
Consists of CA-DD3, SP-PWDD3,
SP-DD3F and SP-DD8S
Se compose de CA-DD3, SP-PWDD3,
SP-DD3F et SP-DD8S
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT1546-001A
[J]

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    NETWORK MEDIA SYSTEM SYSTÈME MÉDIA RÉSEAU DD-8 Consists of CA-DD8, SP-PWDD8, SP-DD8F and SP-DD8S Se compose de CA-DD8, SP-PWDD8, SP-DD8F et SP-DD8S DD-3 Consists of CA-DD3, SP-PWDD3, SP-DD3F and SP-DD8S Se compose de CA-DD3, SP-PWDD3, SP-DD3F et SP-DD8S INSTRUCTIONS MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No.

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    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. For Canada/pour le Canada THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMIS- SIONS FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED “DIGITAL APPARATUS”, ICES-003 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICA-...

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    CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. ATTENTION Afin d’éviter tout risque d’électrocution, d’incendie, etc.: 1. Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le coffret de l’appareil. 2.

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    Mises en garde, précautions et indications diverses (suite) CAUTION: Proper Ventilation To avoid risk of electric shock and fire and to protect from damage, place the apparatus on a level sur- face. The minimal clearances are shown below: MISE EN GARDE: Ventilation correcte Pour éviter les risques d’électrochoc ou d’incendie, et de manière à...

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    To avoid personal injury or accidentally dropping the unit, have two persons unpack, carry, and install the unit. ATTENTION Pour éviter toute blessure personnelle ou toute chute accidentelle de l’appareil, celui-ci doit être déballé, transporté et installé par deux personnes. DD-8: 48.5 kg (106.9 lbs) DD-3: 22.7 kg (51 lbs) [European Union only] [Union européenne seulement]...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. Introduction Part description ...3 Using the remote control ...4 Preparation Preparation...5...

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    Subwoofer for DD-8 (SP-PWDD8)... 54 Subwoofer for DD-3 (SP-PWDD3)... 55 Left and right speakers for DD-8 (SP-DD8F) ... 55 Left and right speakers for DD-3 (SP-DD3F) ... 55 Center surround speaker (SP-DD8S) ... 56 Supplied accessories ... 56 How to read this manual •...

  • Page 8: Part Description

    Part description The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts are explained. Front view STANDBY lamp *1 The [PHONES] terminal is for connecting a pair of headphones equipped with a stereo plug (not supplied). When the headphones are connected, the speakers do not produce any sound. (“HEADPHONE” appears in the display window.) During playback, when you connect or disconnect headphones, sound from the [LINE OUT] and [LINE- DIGITAL OUT] terminals may be intermittent.

  • Page 9: Using The Remote Control

    Using the remote control The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts are explained. * Refer to the separate volume of the operation manual for the network function. Inserting the batteries into the remote control R6P (SUM-3)/AA (15F) type dry-cell batteries (supplied) •...

  • Page 10: Preparation

    Preparation Connecting the antennas AM loop antenna (supplied) Setting up the AM loop antenna If insulation covers the tips of the antenna cable, twist and pull off the insulation. Connecting the AM loop antenna Main unit (rear view) Turn the AM loop antenna to find the best position for radio reception.

  • Page 11: Connecting The Speakers

    Connecting the speakers Assembling the speaker stands (DD-8) The speakers for DD-8 must be assembled to the speaker stands before the speakers can be connected to the subwoofer. Follow the diagrams below. Left and right speakers ■ CAUTION • The left and right speakers for DD-8 are consid- erably heavy.

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    Preparation (continued) Connecting the speakers to the subwoofer (DD-8) Before connecting the speaker cables, twist and pull off the insula- tion at the end of each speaker cable. Black lines Right speaker Left speaker (SP-DD8F) (SP-DD8F) The speakers are shown assembled to the speaker stands on page 6.

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    Assembling the speaker stands (DD-3) The speakers for DD-3 must be assembled to the speaker stands before the speakers can be connected to the subwoofer. Follow the diagrams below. Left and right speakers Black line Use the supplied M4 x ″) screws (3) to...

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    Preparation (continued) Connecting the speakers to the subwoofer (DD-3) Before connecting the speaker cables, twist and pull off the insula- tion at the end of each speaker cable. Black lines Right speaker (SP-DD3F) The speakers are shown assembled to the speaker stands on page 8.

  • Page 15: Speaker Layout

    • The supplied speakers are manufactured exclu- sively for use with the supplied main unit as parts of the DD-8/DD-3 system. Do not connect the supplied speakers to devices other than the supplied main unit. Doing so may damage the speakers.

  • Page 16: Connecting A Tv

    Preparation (continued) Connecting a TV Connecting a TV with the [VIDEO] terminal To a video terminal Composite video cable (supplied) Connecting a TV with the [S-VIDEO] terminal To an S-video terminal S-video cable (not supplied) Do not turn on the power until you complete the connection. Connecting a TV with the [COMPONENT VIDEO OUT] terminals Main unit...

  • Page 17: Selecting The Video Signal Type

    NOTE • This system supports up to HDMI version 1.0. The HDMI video signal type can be checked with the “HDMI” indicator in the display window. (Refer to “Selecting the video signal type” shown on the right.) • If the picture is distorted while an HDMI TV is connected, turn off the main unit and turn it on again.

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    [ENTER], but this is not a malfunction of the sys- tem. • To check the compatibility of your TV, contact your local JVC customer service center. • All JVC-manufactured progressive TVs and high-definition TVs are fully compatible with this system.

  • Page 19: Connecting A Portable Digital Audio Player

    Connecting a portable digital audio player Listening to analog sound from a portable digital audio player Main unit (front view) Input To an audio output terminal Portable digital audio player or Output other audio device Outputting analog sound to a portable digital audio player Main unit (front view) Output...

  • Page 20: Connecting Other Digital Audio Devices

    Preparation (continued) Connecting other digital audio devices AV amplifier with a Input built-in decoder To an optical digital input terminal Optical digital cable (not supplied) Main unit (rear view) Input Optical digital cable (not supplied) To an optical digital output terminal MD player or satel- lite receiver Do not turn on the power until you complete the connection.

  • Page 21: Basic Operations

    Basic operations ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Using the number buttons Examples: 5: [5] 15: [ 10] → [1] → [5] 150: [ 10] → [ 10] → [1] → [5] → [0] Turning on the main unit Press [F AUDIO].

  • Page 22: Sharpening The Voice Sound

    Basic operations (continued) Sharpening the voice sound This function allows you to easily understand dia- log recorded on the disc/file even with the volume down low. Press [CLEAR VOICE]. • Each time you press [CLEAR VOICE], the clear voice function turns on and off. This indicator lights up when the clear voice function is activated.

  • Page 23: Changing The Brightness Of The Display Window

    Changing the brightness of the display window Press [DIMMER]. • Each time you press [DIMMER], the display changes in the display window as follows. - “DIMMER 1” The display window becomes darker than the normal display brightness. - “DIMMER 2” The display window becomes darker than “DIMMER 1”.

  • Page 24: Auto Standby Function

    Basic operations (continued) Auto standby function If no sound is produced for 3 minutes, the main unit automatically turns off. This function is available when a disc/file is selected as the source. You cannot use this function when a radio broad- cast or a device connected to the [LINE IN 1], [LINE IN 2] or [LINE-DIGITAL IN] terminals is selected as the source.

  • Page 25: Listening To Radio Broadcasts

    Listening to radio broadcasts * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 16. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Selecting a radio station Press [FM/AM] to select “FM” or “AM”...

  • Page 26: Tuning In To A Preset Radio Station

    Listening to radio broadcasts (continued) Tuning in to a preset radio station Presetting radio stations in the main unit allows you to easily tune in to a radio station. Presetting radio stations You can store up to 30 FM radio stations and up to 15 AM radio stations.

  • Page 27: Basic Operations Of Disc/file Playback

    Basic operations of disc/file playback * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 16. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Playing back a disc This part explains playing back the types of discs shown above.

  • Page 28: Playing Back A File

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) Playing back a file This part explains playing back 1) files recorded on the loaded disc, and 2) files recorded on a USB mass storage class device connected to the main unit. The operation is explained with a display of MP3 files as an example.

  • Page 29: Display Window On The Main Unit For Disc/file Types

    NOTE • Depending on the file type, the menu screen appears before you press 7. Press 5 , /, 2 or 3 to select a group and track. NOTE • You can also use [GROUP/TITLE SKIP select a group, and the number buttons, 4 or ¢...

  • Page 30

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) ■When a disc is played back Track number Elapsed playback time ■When a disc is stopped Disc type Total number of tracks MP3/WMA/WAV/ASF/DivX/MPEG1/ MPEG2 file ■When a file is played back Group Track number number ■When a file is stopped Group...

  • Page 31

    Guide icons on the TV screen (on-screen guide) : Play : Pause : Fast reverse/fast forward search : Slow motion playback (reverse/ forward directions) : Containing multi-view angles (Refer to page 30.) : Containing multi-audio languages (Refer to page 30.) : Containing multi-subtitle languages (Refer to page 30.) : The disc/file cannot accept the opera-...

  • Page 32: Stopping Playback

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) Stopping playback ■When a disc/file is played back Press Resuming playback (only for the loaded disc) When playback is stopped in the middle, playback can be started from the stopped position. Temporarily stopping playback ■When a disc/file is played back Follow any of the operations below.

  • Page 33: Fast Reverse/fast Forward Search

    Fast reverse/fast forward search There are 2 methods. ■When a disc/file is played back • Press 1 or ¡. - Each time you press ¡, the speed increases. To restore the normal speed, press [DVD/CD 3] or [USB 3]. • Hold down 4 or ¢. NOTE •...

  • Page 34: Selecting A Chapter/track Using The Number Buttons

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) Selecting a chapter/track using the number buttons (PBC off) ■When a disc/file is played back Press the number buttons to select the chapter number or track number. Skipping at approximately 5 minute intervals You can skip within a file at approximately 5 minute intervals.

  • Page 35: Convenient Functions Of Disc/file Playback

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 16. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Selecting the audio language, subtitle language and view angle ■When a disc/file is played back Remote control Press the desired button shown below.

  • Page 36: Playing Back A Disc/file In The Desired Order (program Playback)

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback (continued) Playing back a disc/file in the desired order (Program playback) (only for the loaded disc) You can program a maximum of 99 tracks. The same track can be programmed more than once. ■When a disc/file is stopped Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly to display “PROGRAM”...

  • Page 37: Playing Back A Disc/file In A Random Order (random Playback)

    Playing back a disc/file in a random order (Random playback) (only for the loaded disc) ■When a disc/file is stopped Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly to display “RANDOM” in the display window. • Selecting an item other than “RANDOM” cancels random playback. Press [DVD/CD 3].

  • Page 38: Playing Back A Disc/file Repeatedly (repeat Playback)

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback (continued) Playing back a disc/file repeatedly (Repeat playback) (PBC off) ■When a disc/file is played back Press [REPEAT]. • Each time you press [REPEAT], the repeat mode changes. Display in Indica- Display on tor in the display display TV screen...

  • Page 39: Adjusting The Picture Quality (vfp)

    Adjusting the picture quality (VFP) ■When a disc is played back or paused Press [VFP]. • The current settings are displayed. TV screen (example) Selected VFP mode Press 2 or 3 to select VFP mode. • Each time you press 2 or 3, VFP mode changes on the TV screen as follows.

  • Page 40: Using The Status Bar And The Menu Bar

    Using the status bar and the menu bar ■When a disc/file is played back Press [ON SCREEN] twice. TV screen for a DVD VIDEO (example) Status bar Menu bar Press 2 or 3 to select an item you want to operate, and then press [ENTER].

  • Page 41: Playing Back A Specified Part Repeatedly (a-b Repeat Playback)

    Playing back a specified part repeatedly (A-B repeat playback) (PBC off) You can play back the desired part repeatedly by specifying a start point (A) and an end point (B). ■When a disc is played back Press [ON SCREEN] twice. •...

  • Page 42: Changing The Initial Settings With The Preference Screen

    Changing the initial settings with the preference screen You can change the initial settings of the main unit with the preference screen according to the envi- ronment where the main unit is used. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO].

  • Page 43: Picture

    PICTURE Items Contents ( : initial setting) MONITOR Select the display method suitable for TYPE your TV. 4 : 3 PS (Pan Scan) : For a TV with conventional 4:3 aspect ratio. When a wide screen picture is input, the left and right edges of the pic- ture are not shown on the screen.

  • Page 44: Audio

    Changing the initial settings with the preference screen (continued) AUDIO Items Contents ( : initial setting) DIGITAL Select the output signal type suitable to AUDIO the device connected to the [LINE-DIGI- OUTPUT TAL OUT] terminal. Refer to “List of rela- tionships of DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT preference items and output signal”...

  • Page 45: Language Codes

    List of relationships of DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT preference items and output signal Playback disc/file 48 kHz, 16/20/24 bits linear PCM DVD VIDEO 96 kHz linear PCM DVD VIDEO DTS DVD VIDEO DOLBY DIGITAL DVD VIDEO CD/VCD/SVCD DTS CD MP3/WMA/DivX file NOTE •...

  • Page 46: Playing Back Sources From Other Devices

    Playing back sources from other devices Selecting other devices as the source Press [LINE]. • Each time you press [LINE], the display changes in the display window as follows. - “LINE 1” for selecting the device con- nected to the [LINE IN 1] terminal - “LINE 2”...

  • Page 47: Qp Link

    QP LINK When you start analog playback of a portable digi- tal audio player connected to the [LINE IN 1] termi- nal while the main unit is off or another source is selected, the main unit automatically turns on and the source changes to the connected portable digi- tal audio player.

  • Page 48: Operating Other Devices Using The Remote Control

    Operating other devices using the remote control You can operate your TV, video cassette recorder (VCR) and digital broadcast satellite (DBS) using the remote control of this system. Operating a TV using the remote control Setting the manufacturer code Slide the remote control mode selector to [TV].

  • Page 49: Operating A Vcr/dbs Using The Remote Control

    Using the remote control for the TV operation Operate the remote control by pointing it at the TV. Remote Usage control button Turns on/off the TV. Changes between the TV and [TV/VIDEO] video input. [TV CHANNEL Changes channels. – [TV VOL +/ Adjusts volume.

  • Page 50

    Operating other devices using the remote control (continued) Manufacturer codes for DBSs Examples: For an Echostar DBS: Press [2], then [1]. For a Sony DBS: Press [2], then [0]. When the manufacturer of your DBS has 2 or more codes, select the manufacturer codes in turn and find the one that operates the DBS and the remote control properly.

  • Page 51: Using The Av Compu Link Function

    Using the AV COMPU LINK function When a JVC-manufactured TV with AV COMPU LINK II or III terminals is connected to the main unit using these terminals, operating either the TV or the main unit controls the other device at the same time.

  • Page 52: Notes On Operation

    Notes on operation Suitable locations for the main unit To minimize the need for servicing and maintain the high quality of this system, do not place the main unit in the following locations: • In a position subject to high humidity or consid- erable dust •...

  • Page 53: Notes On Handling

    Notes on handling Important cautions Installation of the system • Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold; between 5°C and 35°C (between 41°F to 95°F). • Leave sufficient distance between the system and the TV. •...

  • Page 54: Notes On Discs/files

    Notes on discs/files Playable disc/file types Playable discs *1, *2 Playable files recorded on a disc Playable files recorded on a USB mass storage class device Playable files stored on a computer • Even though listed above, some types may be unplayable.

  • Page 55: Unplayable Discs

    (other than a disc of 12 cm or 8 cm (4 ″) in diameter) cannot be played back. or 3 • JVC does not guarantee the operation and sound quality of discs not authorized by CD-DA, which is a CD specification.

  • Page 56

    Notes on files recorded on a connected USB mass storage class device • JVC bears no responsibility for any loss of data on the USB mass storage class device while using this system. • This system is compatible with USB 2.0 Full- Speed.

  • Page 57: Data Hierarchy

    Data hierarchy DVD VIDEO A DVD VIDEO consists of “titles” and each title may be divided into “chapters”. Title 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 VCD/SVCD/CD A VCD/SVCD/CD consists of “tracks”. In general, each track has its own track number. (On some discs, each track may also be further divided by indexes.) Track 1...

  • Page 58: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause Improper connection. No sound/video is produced. Headphones are connected. A disc/file recorded in a format incompatible with the main unit/ TV is played back. The connected TV is not com- patible with HDCP. No sound/video is pro- duced via the [HDMI] The main unit fails to recognize terminal.

  • Page 59: Specifications

    Specifications Main unit (CA-DD8/CA-DD3) Tuner FM frequency: 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz AM frequency: 530 kHz - 1 710 kHz Terminal (front of the main unit) • Audio output headphone terminal x 1 Impedance: 16 Ω to 1 kΩ • USB digital input terminal x 1 •...

  • Page 60: Subwoofer For Dd-3 (sp-pwdd3)

    Specifications (continued) Subwoofer for DD-3 (SP-PWDD3) Type: Bass reflex type Amplifier: 120 W at 4 Ω (110 Hz, • Subwoofer: THD 10%) • Left/right speaker: 25 W x 2 at 3 Ω (1 kHz, THD 10%) • Center surround speaker: 25 W x 2 at 3 Ω...

  • Page 61: Supplied Accessories

    6 (Only for DD-8) • M4 x 16-mm ( ″ x 3″) left and right speakers x 6 (Only for DD-3) • M5 x 14-mm ( center surround speaker x 2 • Bottom cover of the left and right speakers [for wall installation] x 2 (Only for DD-3) •...

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    For U.S.A.

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    For U.S.A.

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    EN, FR 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 1006SKMMODJEM...

  • Page 65

    DD-8 DD-3 This manual explains the network function of this system. Ce manuel explique les fonctions réseau de ce système. SEPARATE VOLUME INSTRUCTIONS FOR NETWORK FUNCTION REGISTRE SEPARÉ INSTRUCTIONS POUR LA FONCTION RÉSEAU LVT1547-001A...

  • Page 66

    • DLNA CERTIFIED Audio/Video/Image Player • This system complies with DLNA Guidelines 1.0. • You can play back the following file types using the network function of this system. LPCM, WAV, MP3, WMA, JPEG, ASF, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2 NOTE • “DLNA” stands for “Digital Living Network Alli- ance”.

  • Page 67

    Introduction Introduction...3 Introduction to the network function ... 3 General flow chart for the network function ... 4 Preparation...5 Computer ... 5 Networking device... 5 Connection Connection ...6 Connecting the main unit to the router... 6 Installing CyberLink Media Server Installing CyberLink Media Server...7 Installing CyberLink Media Server ...

  • Page 68: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction to the network function Outline of the network function You can play back video, audio and still picture files stored on your computer by setting up the net- work with the computer and the main unit. Modem Router Internet Computer Environment in use...

  • Page 69

    General flow chart for the network function Set up the system following the flow chart shown below. The procedure for setting up the system differs depending on your usage environment. Connect the main unit to the router connected to your computer. Install CyberLink Media Server to your computer.

  • Page 70: Computer Directly

    Preparation Set up your computer and network environment as follows. Computer You must install CyberLink Media Server from the bundled CD-ROM to your computer for playing back files stored on the computer with this system. System Requirements Operating system • Requirement: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edi- tion SP2, Windows XP Professional SP2, Win- dows XP Media Center Edition SP2 Processor...

  • Page 71: Connection

    Connection This part explains the procedure for connecting the main unit to the computer via a router with an Ethernet cable and confirming that the connection is completed properly. NOTE • Before following this procedure, connect the main unit, speakers and a TV referring to the main volume of the operation manual for this system.

  • Page 72: Installing Cyberlink Media Server Installing Cyberlink Media Server

    Installing CyberLink Media Server The example TV and computer screenshots used in this manual may differ from the actual screen displays. Installing CyberLink Media Server CyberLink Media Server is a software application for sending video, audio and still picture files stored on your computer to the main unit.

  • Page 73: Specifying The Shared Folders

    Specifying the shared folders This part explains the procedure for selecting the default folders (“My Videos”, “My Pictures” and “My Music”) as examples. (On the computer) Double-click the “CyberLink Media- Server” icon on the desktop. CyberLink Media Server starts. Select the check boxes next to “My Videos”, “My Pictures”...

  • Page 74: Confirming The Connection To The Computer

    Confirming the connection to the computer This part explains how to start CyberLink Media Server for the first time and how to perform the fol- lowing. • Confirming that the main unit recognizes the computer. Starting CyberLink Media Server (On the remote control) Press [F AUDIO] to turn on the main unit.

  • Page 75: Setting Up The Ip Address

    If “CyberLink Media Server” is not displayed The main unit may not detect the CyberLink Media Server for any of the following reasons. Determine the reason by referring to A and B shown below. A The Ethernet cable may not be con- nected properly.

  • Page 76: Setting Up The Ip Address

    Setting up the IP address You can skip this part when the main unit and the computer are connected to a router that uses DHCP function. Occasions requiring the IP address setup You must assign the IP address to the main unit manually in the following cases.

  • Page 77

    Click “Network and Internet Con- nections”. NOTE • Depending on the computer settings, the “Con- trol Panel” dialog box is displayed as shown below. In this case, double-click the “Network Connec- tions” icon and then proceed to step 4. Click “Network Connections”. The “Network Connections”...

  • Page 78: Assigning The Ip Address To The Main Unit

    Confirm the values displayed in “IP address:” and “Subnet mask:”. Example: Fill out the blank column with the values. (The values are to be used in step 8 on page 15.) IP address Subnet mask Click [Cancel]. The dialog box is closed. You have finished confirming the IP address of the computer.

  • Page 79

    Press [SET UP] . The preference screen is displayed on the TV screen. Press 3 repeatedly to display “OTHERS”. Press / to select “NETWORK SETUP” and then press [ENTER]. Select “OBTAIN IP” and then press [ENTER]. Press 5 or / to select “STATIC IP”...

  • Page 80: The Computer

    Enter the IP address using the number buttons. Confirm the IP address you have written down in the column on page 13. Enter the same values of the IP address of the computer into the first, second and third group of digits (the first, second and third numerical blocks from the left).

  • Page 81: Playing Back Files Stored On The Computer

    Playing back files stored on the computer Playing back audio files This part explains the procedure for playing back audio files stored on the computer. You can play back video files and still picture files with almost the same procedure. NOTE •...

  • Page 82

    Press [ENTER]. The shared folders are displayed. Example: Press / to select “My Music”. Press [ENTER]. The list of the audio files is displayed. NOTE • If the file list is not displayed, confirm that the files you want to play back are stored in the shared folder.

  • Page 83

    Reference Adding shared folders This part explains the procedure for adding shared folders (folders in which files you want to play back are stored). You can add a shared folder, by 1) storing the desired folder in one of the default folders, and then 2) selecting the desired folder using Cyber- Link Media Server.

  • Page 84

    Connecting the main unit to the computer directly This part explains the procedure for connecting the main unit to the computer directly. You must install CyberLink Media Server to your computer before connecting the main unit to the computer. (Refer to page 7.) Connect the main unit and the computer as shown in the diagram below.

  • Page 85

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause Files stored on the The Ethernet cable is not computer are not connected. displayed. A wrong cable is used. CyberLink Media Server is not installed. Incorrect IP addresses have been set manually. (When DHCP function is not used) A file is not played Another device is using the...

  • Page 86

    EN, FR 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 1106SKMMODJEM...

  • Page 87

    NETWORK MEDIA SYSTEM DD-8 Consists of CA-DD8, SP-PWDD8, SP-DD8F and SP-DD8S DD-3 Consists of CA-DD3, SP-PWDD3, SP-DD3F and SP-DD8S DIGITAL MEDIA SYSTEM DD-1 Consists of CA-DD1, SP-PWDD1, SP-DD1F and SP-DD1S (Only for DD-8 and DD-3) INSTRUCTIONS LVT1546-009B [A, US, UB, UW, UX]...

  • Page 88

    CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.: 1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet. 2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. CAUTION • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes. (If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.) •...

  • Page 89

    CAUTION — F button! (CA-DD8/CA-DD3/CA-DD1) Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely (the STANDBY lamp goes off). When installing the apparatus, ensure that the plug is easily accessible. The F button in any position does not disconnect the mains line. •...

  • Page 90: Basic Operations Of Disc/file Playback

    Table of contents Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. Introduction Part description ...3 Using the remote control ...4 Preparation Preparation...5...

  • Page 91

    (SP-PWDD3) ... 54 Subwoofer for DD-1 (SP-PWDD1) ... 55 Left and right speakers for DD-8 (SP-DD8F) ... 55 Left and right speakers for DD-3 (SP-DD3F) ... 55 Left and right speakers for DD-1 (SP-DD1F) ... 55 Center surround speaker for DD-8/DD-3 (SP-DD8S)...

  • Page 92: Part Description

    DIGITAL OUT] terminals may be intermittent. While recording sound to another device, do not connect or disconnect headphones. Rear view *2 For DD-8/DD-3 users: Refer to the separate volume of the operation manual for the network function. For DD-1 users: The [LAN] terminal is not available. *3 For DD-8/DD-3 users: Refer to page 12.

  • Page 93: Using The Remote Control

    Using the remote control The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts are explained. There are some differences between DD-8/DD-3 and DD-1 in the locations of the remote control buttons as shown below. DD-8/DD-3 Refer to the separate Refer to page 19.

  • Page 94: Preparation

    Preparation Connecting the antennas AM loop antenna (supplied) Setting up the AM loop antenna If insulation covers the tips of the antenna cable, twist and pull off the insulation. Connecting the AM loop antenna Main unit (rear view) Turn the AM loop antenna to find the best position for radio reception.

  • Page 95: Connecting The Speakers

    Connecting the speakers Assembling the speaker stands (DD-8) The speakers for DD-8 must be assembled to the speaker stands before the speakers can be connected to the subwoofer. Follow the diagrams below. Left and right speakers ■ CAUTION • The left and right speakers for DD-8 are consid- erably heavy.

  • Page 96

    Preparation (continued) Connecting the speakers to the subwoofer (DD-8) Before connecting the speaker cables, twist and pull off the insula- tion at the end of each speaker cable. Black lines Right speaker Left speaker (SP-DD8F) (SP-DD8F) The speakers are shown assembled to the speaker stands on page 6.

  • Page 97

    Assembling the speaker stands (DD-3) The speakers for DD-3 must be assembled to the speaker stands before the speakers can be connected to the subwoofer. Follow the diagrams below. Left and right speakers Black line Use the supplied M4 x...

  • Page 98

    Preparation (continued) Connecting the speakers to the subwoofer (DD-3) Before connecting the speaker cables, twist and pull off the insula- tion at the end of each speaker cable. Black lines Right speaker (SP-DD3F) The speakers are shown assembled to the speaker stands on page 8.

  • Page 99

    Connecting the speakers to the subwoofer (DD-1) Gray Blue Rear view Before connecting the speaker cables, twist and pull off the insula- tion at the end of each speaker cable. Subwoofer (SP-PWDD1) Black lines Black Black Rear view Rear view Center surround speaker (SP-DD1S) Right speaker Left speaker...

  • Page 100

    TV. 3. Wait for approximately 30 minutes before turning on the main power of the TV again. * The subwoofers for DD-3 and DD-1 are not magnetically shielded. With the exception of these 2 subwoofers, the supplied speakers are magnetically shielded.

  • Page 101: Connecting A Tv

    (rear view) Component video cable (not supplied) Connecting a TV with the [HDMI] terminal (not available for DD-1) DD-8 and DD-3 can output uncompressed digital video signals to a TV compatible with HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface). Main unit (rear view)

  • Page 102

    Preparation (continued) NOTE • DD-8 and DD-3 support up to HDMI version 1.0. The HDMI video signal type can be checked with the “HDMI” indicator in the display window. (Refer to “Selecting the video signal type” shown on the right.) •...

  • Page 103

    NTSC progressive video signal. • When the TV is connected to the [HDMI] ter- minal, the video signal type can be selected as instructed below. (Only for DD-8 and DD-3) - Select “AUTO” for normal usage (the initial setting).* - Select “PAL 576P”, “PAL 720P”,...

  • Page 104: Connecting A Portable Digital Audio Player

    Preparation (continued) Connecting a portable digital audio player Listening to analog sound from a portable digital audio player Main unit (front view) Input To an audio output terminal Portable digital audio player or Output other audio device Outputting analog sound to a portable digital audio player Main unit (front view) Output...

  • Page 105: Connecting Other Digital Audio Devices

    Connecting other digital audio devices AV amplifier with a Input built-in decoder To an optical digital input terminal Optical digital cable (not supplied) Main unit (rear view) Input Optical digital cable (not supplied) To an optical digital output terminal MD player or satel- lite receiver Connecting other analog audio devices...

  • Page 106: Basic Operations

    - [DVD/CD 3], [USB 3], [NETWORK 3] (only for DD-8/DD-3), [LINE], [FM/AM] or [OPEN/ CLOSE 0] on the remote control - 3, 0 or [SOURCE] on the main unit The function assigned to the button starts work- ing at the same time.

  • Page 107: Sharpening The Voice Sound

    Sharpening the voice sound This function allows you to easily understand dia- log recorded on the disc/file even with the volume down low. Press [CLEAR VOICE]. • Each time you press [CLEAR VOICE], the clear voice function turns on and off. This indicator lights up when the clear voice function is activated.

  • Page 108: Changing The Brightness Of The Display Window

    Basic operations (continued) Changing the brightness of the display window Press [DIMMER]. • Each time you press [DIMMER], the display changes in the display window as follows. - “DIMMER 1” The display window becomes darker than the normal display brightness. - “DIMMER 2”...

  • Page 109: Auto Standby Function

    Auto standby function If no sound is produced for 3 minutes, the main unit automatically turns off. This function is available when a disc/file is selected as the source. You cannot use this function when a radio broad- cast or a device connected to the [LINE IN 1], [LINE IN 2] or [LINE-DIGITAL IN] terminals is selected as the source.

  • Page 110: Listening To Radio Broadcasts

    Listening to radio broadcasts * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 17. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Setting the AM tuner spacing AM stations are spaced 9 kHz apart in some coun- tries and 10 kHz in other countries.

  • Page 111: Tuning In To A Preset Radio Station

    Press [ TUNING] or [TUNING repeatedly to select a radio sta- tion. • When the main unit has receive an FM ste- reo broadcast, the “ST” (stereo) indicator lights up in the display window. • You can also select a radio station using the automatic tuning.

  • Page 112: Basic Operations Of Disc/file Playback

    Basic operations of disc/file playback * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 17. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Playing back a disc This part explains playing back the types of discs shown above.

  • Page 113: Playing Back A File

    Playing back a file This part explains playing back 1) files recorded on the loaded disc, and 2) files recorded on a USB mass storage class device connected to the main unit. The operation is explained with a display of MP3 files as an example.

  • Page 114: Display Window On The Main Unit For Disc/file Types

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) NOTE • Depending on the file type, the menu screen appears before you press 7. Press 5 , /, 2 or 3 to select a group and track. NOTE • You can also use [GROUP/TITLE SKIP select a group, and the number buttons, 4 or ¢...

  • Page 115

    ■When a disc is played back Track number Elapsed playback time ■When a disc is stopped Disc type Total number of tracks MP3/WMA/WAV/ASF/DivX/MPEG1/ MPEG2 file ■When a file is played back Group Track number number ■When a file is stopped Group Track File type...

  • Page 116

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) Guide icons on the TV screen (on-screen guide) : Play : Pause : Fast reverse/fast forward search : Slow motion playback (reverse/ forward directions) : Containing multi-view angles (Refer to page 31.) : Containing multi-audio languages (Refer to page 31.) : Containing multi-subtitle languages (Refer to page 31.)

  • Page 117: Stopping Playback

    Stopping playback ■When a disc/file is played back Press Resuming playback (only for the loaded disc) When playback is stopped in the middle, playback can be started from the stopped position. Temporarily stopping playback ■When a disc/file is played back Follow any of the operations below.

  • Page 118: Fast Reverse/fast Forward Search

    Basic operations of disc/file playback (continued) Fast reverse/fast forward search There are 2 methods. ■When a disc/file is played back • Press 1 or ¡. - Each time you press ¡, the speed increases. To restore the normal speed, press [DVD/CD 3] or [USB 3].

  • Page 119: Selecting A Chapter/track Using The Number Buttons

    Selecting a chapter/track using the number buttons (PBC off) ■When a disc/file is played back Press the number buttons to select the chapter number or track number. Skipping at approximately 5 minute intervals You can skip within a file at approximately 5 minute intervals.

  • Page 120: Convenient Functions Of Disc/file Playback

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback * For the number button usage, refer to “Using the number buttons” on page 17. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO]. Selecting the audio language, subtitle language and view angle ■When a disc/file is played back Remote control Press the desired button shown below.

  • Page 121: Playing Back A Disc/file In The Desired Order (program Playback)

    Playing back a disc/file in the desired order (Program playback) (only for the loaded disc) You can program a maximum of 99 tracks. The same track can be programmed more than once. ■When a disc/file is stopped Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly to display “PROGRAM”...

  • Page 122: Playing Back A Disc/file In A Random Order (random Playback)

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback (continued) Playing back a disc/file in a random order (Random playback) (only for the loaded disc) ■When a disc/file is stopped Press [PLAY MODE] repeatedly to display “RANDOM” in the display window. • Selecting an item other than “RANDOM” cancels random playback.

  • Page 123: Playing Back A Disc/file Repeatedly (repeat Playback)

    Playing back a disc/file repeatedly (Repeat playback) (PBC off) ■When a disc/file is played back Press [REPEAT]. • Each time you press [REPEAT], the repeat mode changes. Display in Indica- Display on tor in the display display TV screen window window REPEAT TITLE...

  • Page 124: Adjusting The Picture Quality (vfp)

    Convenient functions of disc/file playback (continued) Adjusting the picture quality (VFP) ■When a disc is played back or paused Press [VFP]. • The current settings are displayed. TV screen (example) Selected VFP mode Press 2 or 3 to select VFP mode. •...

  • Page 125: Using The Status Bar And The Menu Bar

    Using the status bar and the menu bar ■When a disc/file is played back Press [ON SCREEN] twice. TV screen for a DVD VIDEO (example) Status bar Menu bar Press 2 or 3 to select an item you want to operate, and then press [ENTER].

  • Page 126: Playing Back A Specified Part Repeatedly (a-b Repeat Playback)

    Using the status bar and the menu bar (continued) Playing back a specified part repeatedly (A-B repeat playback) (PBC off) You can play back the desired part repeatedly by specifying a start point (A) and an end point (B). ■When a disc is played back Press [ON SCREEN] twice.

  • Page 127: Changing The Initial Settings With The Preference Screen

    Changing the initial settings with the preference screen You can change the initial settings of the main unit with the preference screen according to the envi- ronment where the main unit is used. ■ CAUTION • Slide the remote control mode selector to [AUDIO].

  • Page 128: Picture

    Changing the initial settings with the preference screen (continued) PICTURE Items Contents ( : initial setting) MONITOR Select the display method suitable for TYPE your TV. 4 : 3 PS (Pan Scan) : For a TV with conventional 4:3 aspect ratio.

  • Page 129: Audio

    NETWORK For DD-8/DD-3 users: SETUP Refer to the separate volume of the oper- ation manual for the network function. For DD-1 users:...

  • Page 130: Language Codes

    Changing the initial settings with the preference screen (continued) List of relationships of DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT preference items and output signal Playback disc/file 48 kHz, 16/20/24 bits linear PCM DVD VIDEO 96 kHz linear PCM DVD VIDEO DTS DVD VIDEO DOLBY DIGITAL DVD VIDEO CD/VCD/SVCD DTS CD...

  • Page 131: Playing Back Sources From Other Devices

    Playing back sources from other devices Selecting other devices as the source Press [LINE]. • Each time you press [LINE], the display changes in the display window as follows. - “LINE 1” for selecting the device con- nected to the [LINE IN 1] terminal - “LINE 2”...

  • Page 132: Qp Link

    Playing back sources from other devices (continued) QP LINK When you start analog playback of a portable digi- tal audio player connected to the [LINE IN 1] termi- nal while the main unit is off or another source is selected, the main unit automatically turns on and the source changes to the connected portable digi- tal audio player.

  • Page 133: Operating Other Devices Using The Remote Control

    Operating other devices using the remote control You can operate your TV, video cassette recorder (VCR) and digital broadcast satellite (DBS) using the remote control of this system. Operating a TV using the remote control Setting the manufacturer code Slide the remote control mode selector to [TV].

  • Page 134: Operating A Vcr/dbs Using The Remote Control

    Operating other devices using the remote control (continued) Using the remote control for the TV operation Operate the remote control by pointing it at the TV. Remote Usage control button Turns on/off the TV. Changes between the TV and [TV/VIDEO] video input.

  • Page 135

    Manufacturer codes for DBSs Examples: For an Echostar DBS: Press [2], then [1]. For a Sony DBS: Press [2], then [0]. When the manufacturer of your DBS has 2 or more codes, select the manufacturer codes in turn and find the one that operates the DBS and the remote control properly.

  • Page 136: Notes On Operation

    Notes on operation Suitable locations for the main unit To minimize the need for servicing and maintain the high quality of this system, do not place the main unit in the following locations: • In a position subject to high humidity or consid- erable dust •...

  • Page 137: Notes On Handling

    Notes on handling Important cautions Installation of the system • Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold; between 5°C and 35°C. • Leave sufficient distance between the system and the TV. • Do not use the system in a place subject to vibration.

  • Page 138: Notes On Discs/files

    Playable files recorded on a USB mass storage class device Playable files stored on a computer (Only for DD-8 and DD-3) • Even though listed above, some types may be unplayable. * 1 Discs should be finalized before being played back.

  • Page 139

    • Damaged discs and discs in an extraordinary shape (other than a disc of 12 cm or 8 cm in diameter) cannot be played back. • JVC does not guarantee the operation and sound quality of discs not authorized by CD-DA, which is a CD specification.

  • Page 140

    Notes on files recorded on a connected USB mass storage class device • JVC bears no responsibility for any loss of data on the USB mass storage class device while using this system. • This system is compatible with USB 2.0 Full- Speed.

  • Page 141: Data Hierarchy

    Data hierarchy DVD VIDEO A DVD VIDEO consists of “titles” and each title may be divided into “chapters”. Title 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 VCD/SVCD/CD A VCD/SVCD/CD consists of “tracks”. In general, each track has its own track number. (On some discs, each track may also be further divided by indexes.) Track 1...

  • Page 142: Troubleshooting

    HDCP. duced via the [HDMI] The main unit fails to recognize terminal. (Only for DD-8/ the TV connected to the [HDMI] DD-3) terminal. An HDMI cable longer than 5 m (15 feet) is used. The disc is upside down.

  • Page 143: Specifications

    50 Hz/60 Hz • Power consumption:120 W • Dimensions (W x H x D):242 mm x 364 mm x 363 mm • Weight: Subwoofer for DD-3 (SP-PWDD3) Type: Amplifier: • Subwoofer: • Left/right speaker: 25 W x 2 at 3 Ω (1 kHz, •...

  • Page 144: Subwoofer For Dd-1 (sp-pwdd1)

    Frequency range: Sound pressure level: 81 dB/W Dimensions (W x H x D):289 mm x 1 101 mm x 289 mm Weight (1 unit): Left and right speakers for DD-3 (SP-DD3F) Type: , 50 Hz , 50 Hz Speaker: Power handling capacity:30 W...

  • Page 145: Center Surround Speaker For Dd-8/dd-3 (sp-dd8s)

    6 (Only for DD-3) • M5 x 14-mm screw for the stands of the center surround speaker x 2 (Only for DD-8 and DD-3) • Bottom cover of the left and right speakers [for wall installation] x 2 (Only for DD-3) •...

  • Page 146

    Mains (AC) Line Instruction (Only for countries/areas other than Australia or Hong Kong) Subwoofer (rear view) CAUTION for mains (AC) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN, do check that your mains (AC) line voltage corresponds with the position of the voltage selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment and, if different, reset the voltage selector switch, to prevent from a damage or risk of fire/electric shock.

  • Page 147

    DD-8 DD-3 This manual explains the network function of this system. SEPARATE VOLUME INSTRUCTIONS FOR NETWORK FUNCTION LVT1547-009C [A, US, UB, UW, UX, UJ]...

  • Page 148

    • DLNA CERTIFIED Audio/Video/Image Player • This system complies with DLNA Guidelines 1.0. • You can play back the following file types using the network function of this system. LPCM, WAV, MP3, WMA, JPEG, ASF, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2 NOTE • “DLNA” stands for “Digital Living Network Alli- ance”.

  • Page 149

    Introduction Introduction...3 Introduction to the network function ... 3 General flow chart for the network function ... 4 Preparation...5 Computer ... 5 Networking device... 5 Connection Connection ...6 Connecting the main unit to the router... 6 Installing CyberLink Media Server Installing CyberLink Media Server...7 Installing CyberLink Media Server ...

  • Page 150: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction to the network function Outline of the network function You can play back video, audio and still picture files stored on your computer by setting up the net- work with the computer and the main unit. Internet Modem Router Computer Environment in use...

  • Page 151

    General flow chart for the network function Set up the system following the flow chart shown below. The procedure for setting up the system differs depending on your usage environment. Connect the main unit to the router connected to your computer. Install CyberLink Media Server to your computer.

  • Page 152: Computer Directly

    Preparation Set up your computer and network environment as follows. Computer You must install CyberLink Media Server from the bundled CD-ROM to your computer for playing back files stored on the computer with this system. System Requirements Operating system • Requirement: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edi- tion SP2, Windows XP Professional SP2, Win- dows XP Media Center Edition SP2 Processor...

  • Page 153: Connection

    Connection This part explains the procedure for connecting the main unit to the computer via a router with an Ethernet cable and confirming that the connection is completed properly. NOTE • Before following this procedure, connect the main unit, speakers and a TV referring to the main volume of the operation manual for this system.

  • Page 154: Installing Cyberlink Media

    Installing CyberLink Media Server The example TV and computer screenshots used in this manual may differ from the actual screen displays. Installing CyberLink Media Server CyberLink Media Server is a software application for sending video, audio and still picture files stored on your computer to the main unit.

  • Page 155: Specifying The Shared Folders

    Specifying the shared folders This part explains the procedure for selecting the default folders (“My Videos”, “My Pictures” and “My Music”) as examples. (On the computer) Double-click the “CyberLink Media- Server” icon on the desktop. CyberLink Media Server starts. Select the check boxes next to “My Videos”, “My Pictures”...

  • Page 156: Confirming The Connection To The Computer

    Confirming the connection to the computer This part explains how to start CyberLink Media Server for the first time and how to perform the fol- lowing. • Confirming that the main unit recognizes the computer. Starting CyberLink Media Server (On the remote control) Press [F AUDIO] to turn on the main unit.

  • Page 157: Setting Up The Ip Address

    If “CyberLink Media Server” is not displayed The main unit may not detect the CyberLink Media Server for any of the following reasons. Determine the reason by referring to A and B shown below. A The Ethernet cable may not be con- nected properly.

  • Page 158: Setting Up The Ip Address

    Setting up the IP address You can skip this part when the main unit and the computer are connected to a router that uses DHCP function. Occasions requiring the IP address setup You must assign the IP address to the main unit manually in the following cases.

  • Page 159

    Click “Network and Internet Con- nections”. NOTE • Depending on the computer settings, the “Con- trol Panel” dialog box is displayed as shown below. In this case, double-click the “Network Connec- tions” icon and then proceed to step 4. Click “Network Connections”. The “Network Connections”...

  • Page 160: Assigning The Ip Address To The Main Unit

    Confirm the values displayed in “IP address:” and “Subnet mask:”. Example: Fill out the blank column with the values. (The values are to be used in step 8 on page 15.) IP address Subnet mask Click [Cancel]. The dialog box is closed. You have finished confirming the IP address of the computer.

  • Page 161

    Press [SET UP] . The preference screen is displayed on the TV screen. Press 3 repeatedly to display “OTHERS”. Press / to select “NETWORK SETUP” and then press [ENTER]. Select “OBTAIN IP” and then press [ENTER]. Press 5 or / to select “STATIC IP”...

  • Page 162: The Computer

    Enter the IP address using the number buttons. Confirm the IP address you have written down in the column on page 13. Enter the same values of the IP address of the computer into the first, second and third group of digits (the first, second and third numerical blocks from the left).

  • Page 163: Playing Back Files Stored On The Computer

    Playing back files stored on the computer Playing back audio files This part explains the procedure for playing back audio files stored on the computer. You can play back video files and still picture files with almost the same procedure. NOTE •...

  • Page 164

    Press [ENTER]. The shared folders are displayed. Example: Press / to select “My Music”. Press [ENTER]. The list of the audio files is displayed. NOTE • If the file list is not displayed, confirm that the files you want to play back are stored in the shared folder.

  • Page 165

    Reference Adding shared folders This part explains the procedure for adding shared folders (folders in which files you want to play back are stored). You can add a shared folder, by 1) storing the desired folder in one of the default folders, and then 2) selecting the desired folder using Cyber- Link Media Server.

  • Page 166

    Connecting the main unit to the computer directly This part explains the procedure for connecting the main unit to the computer directly. You must install CyberLink Media Server to your computer before connecting the main unit to the computer. (Refer to page 7.) Connect the main unit and the computer as shown in the diagram below.

  • Page 167

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause Files stored on the The Ethernet cable is not computer are not connected. displayed. A wrong cable is used. CyberLink Media Server is not installed. Incorrect IP addresses have been set manually. (When DHCP function is not used) A file is not played Another device is using the...

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