What is WMA
WMA, short for W indows Media Audio, is also a digital audio file similar to a MP3. WMAs are more efficient than
MP3s because they can be compressed to an even smaller size than MP3s. This simply means that a WMA
takes up less space on your hard drive then a MP3 of the same song does. It also has high sound quality and
can be played on your computer like a MP3 but only works with W indows Media Player.
The same as MP3 operation. (Please refer to Page 12)
What is PROGRESSIVE SCAN
Progressive Scan is a scanning process used in describing how the electronics of such devices work, but also
describes a process used by image processors and decodes interpolate MPEG-2 formats.
1. This function only works when the TV supports Progressive Scan function.
2. Please refer to Page 6 "Component Output" to understand the way to connect the
3. Please refer to Page 20 "TV Mode" to understand the system setting.
4. You can also press the "P-Scan" button on the remote control to switch to P-SCAN
Note: If your TV doesn' t support P-Scan mode, the screen will disappear, press it again to solve the problem.
What is DVD-Audio
DVD-Audio is a format specifically designed to provide the highest possible audio fidelity capable on DVD. The
audio fidelity of DVD-Audio far exceeds the quality of conventional CD's and audio on DVD-Video.
DVD-Audio takes advantage of the large storage capacity, speed and flexibility possible with DVD. DVD-Audio
provides for audio in stereo and in multi-channel surround in a wide range of specifications. In addition to
audio, a DVD-Audio disk can contain a limited amount of video, which can be used to display text, such as lyrics
or notes; or stills such as a photo album. Up to 16 graphic stills can be associated with each track and on-
screen displays can be used for lyrics and disc navigation. As an option, a DVD-Audio disc can also include
audio tracks recorded in the DVD-Video specification (Dolby Digital and DTS) for compatibility with DVD-Video