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3. Use and Functions The Silvercrest KH 6507 DVD player is exclusively intended ... Ú as an electronic entertainment device for playback … • … of DVD videos in the formats 12 cm (diame- ter) and 8 cm (diameter) with the country/region...
DVD player! 7.4. Connecting the DVD Player to a Television After setting up the DVD player, you can now connect it to a television.The DVD player can be connected to televi- sions with the television standards PAL, NTSC and multi- standard televisions.
To connect the DVD player to a television with a Scart cable: Insert the supplied Scart cable into the socket on the DVD player labelled with Euro Scart. Insert the Scart cable into the Scart socket of the television. Fig. 3 Connecting a television via Scart cable / RGB Set the television to RGB mode in the AV channel.
To connect the DVD player to a television via component video: On the rear side of the DVD player, you will find three coloured component out sockets Y, Pb/Cb and Pr/Cr. Insert the red plug of the included audio/video RCA cable into the RCA socket Pr/Cr.
7.5. Connecting the DVD Player to a Video Projector You can also connect the DVD player to a video pro- jector instead of a television. Check the operating manual of the video projector to determine which of the described connection options are available. Any additional cables required can be obtained from audio/video stores.
This is displayed on the television screen and is referred to below as the OSD menu. Before using the DVD player for the first time, you must configure a few settings in this menu. To be able to configure the required settings via the...
Select the television standard of the television connected to the DVD player: Auto With this setting, the standard with which the DVD/VCD/S-VCD was recorded is selected automatical- ly. Only set Auto if you have connected the DVD player to a multi-standard television.
If you have selected an incorrect video output, the televi- sion screen may suddenly go black. This is not a defect of the television or the DVD player! In such a case: Press the Video Out button until an image once again appears on the television screen.
Select SPDIF/RAW if you have connected a multi- channel digital audio component – such as a Dolby Digital or DTS receiver or a 5.1 channel surround sound system – to the DVD player via an optical or coaxial cable. SPDIF/PCM Select "SPDIF/PCM"...
Ú Small, if small speakers are connected for the front audio channels on the audio component. Center Select the option ... Ú Large, if a large center speaker is connected to the audio component. Ú Small, if a small center speaker is connected to the audio component.
Ú the DVD player saves the point at which playback of the disc was interrupted. If the disc is inserted back into the DVD player, the playback is continued from the saved point. To activate the automatic memory function: Select the main menu item General Setup Page and the submenu item Last Memory.
"No Disc" is displayed on the television screen. Open the flap in front of the memory card slot on the front side of the DVD player. To do this, press once with your finger on the dotted triangle on the flap. The flap opens.
Press the Card button to display the memory con- tents. 10.3. Playing DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs ô Note: DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs generally have a region code that is printed on their cases. The DVD player can only play DVDs/VCDs/S-VCDs with ... Ú the region code 2 or Ú the symbol If no region code is printed on the case of a DVD/VCD/S-VCD, it may not be possible to play it.
Ú The elapsed playback time of the current track in hours, minutes and seconds The following is shown in the display of the DVD player: Fig. 17 Information in the display for CDs The symbols for the playback mode The number of the currently played track The elapsed playback time of the current track in minutes and seconds.
Functions During Playback“. 11. General Functions During Playback While a disc/memory card is being played, you can make use of the following functions of the DVD player: 11.1. Pausing Playback To pause the playback: Press the Pause/Step button once during playback.
Ú Audio CD/CD-R or CD-RW/memory card with MP3/WMA files: you can skip backward to the start of the currently played title. The selected title is played immediately; it is not necessary to press the Play button. Ú CD-R or CD-RW/memory card with JPEG files: you can skip backward to the previous image in the image list.
Press the Repeat button a second time. For audio CDs/VCDs/S-VCDs: "All" is displayed on the screen. The entire audio CD is now repeated. For DVDs: Title is displayed on the screen. The current track is played now repeated. For CD-Rs/CD-RWs/memory cards with MP3/WMA/JPEG files: "repeat one"...
Press the Mark button once during playback. The bookmark menu is displayed on the screen BOOKMARK Fig. 21 Display of the bookmark function As soon as the playback has reached the point at which you would like to set the bookmark: Press the Play button once.
Each of the numbered fields stands for one of the available program memory positions for chapters. After these numbers, you must now enter ... Ú in the input field labelled TT: The title number under which the desired chapter is stored on the DVDs. Ú...
If such a menu is present on the inserted disc: You can call up the menu during playback by pressing the Menu button. The individual menu items can be selected by pressing the control buttons. To confirm the selected menu item, press the Play button or the OK button.
Ú five times for the second zoom out level. brielfy displayed on the screen. Ú six times for the third zoom out level. briefly displayed on the screen. To return to the normal screen size, press the Zoom button one more time. 12.6.
"Scan" is no longer displayed on the screen. 14. General Audio Functions of the DVD Player 14.1. Adjusting the Playback Volume Press the Vol + button to increase the playback volume. Press the Vol – button to decrease the playback volume.
On and Off. 14.6. Activating the Treble Boost In addition to the bass boost, the DVD player also has a boost function for treble tones. To activate this: Press the Setup button to display the OSD menu.
Page. Select the language that you prefer for the display of the DVD menu. 16.2. Using the Sleep Timer Function The DVD player has a sleep timer function. If this is activated, the DVD player will automatically switch itself off after a preprogrammed period of time. For example, this is useful if you would like to watch a DVD or listen to music while falling asleep.
16.4. Activating/Deactivating the Pass- word Check The DVD player has a password system. If this is acti- vated, a number combination must be entered to change the settings to prevent access by children. To activate or deactivate the password check: Press the Setup button to display the OSD menu.
(e.g. lens cleaning brush, availa- ble from camera stores). Never use moisture to clean the inside of the disc tray! Warning! If moisture enters the DVD player, the risk of an electric shock exists! The DVD player may also be irreparably damaged!
DVD player has been subjected to large temperature fluctuations. In this case, place the DVD player in a dry environment at normal room temperature. First remove any inserted disc from the disc tray. Then leave the DVD player switched off for at least one hour without using it until the condensation film has evaporated.
Switch the DVD player off by pressing the "Power" button. Wait ten seconds, then press the "Power" button again once to switch the DVD player back If the problem still persists: Reset the DVD player to the factory settings. Ô...
(e.g. surround sound systems) must have a decoder that converts the encrypted signals back into music or sound. The Silvercrest KH 6507 DVD player has an AC-3 deco- der for Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound signals. Dolby Surround Dolby Surround is an analog audio format with which...
Dolby Digital (5.1) Dolby Digital, also referred to as AC3, is a digital audio format with which up to six separate audio channels can be transmitted. On most current DVDs, the audio is stored in "Dolby Digital 5.1" format; the "5" in the name "5.1"...