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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: Hi-Fi system
  • Model/name: XV-EXA10
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English

Table of Contents

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COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
EX-A10
Consists of RX-EXA10, SP-EXA10 and XV-EXA10
LVT1403-004A
[B]
INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
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 — F button!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely (the
STANDBY lamp goes off).
The F button in any position does not disconnect the mains
line.
• When the system is on standby, the STANDBY lamp lights
red.
• When the system is turned on, the STANDBY lamp goes off.
The power can be remote controlled.
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.)
• Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, on the apparatus.
• When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be
considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of
these batteries must be followed strictly.
• Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user
serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
3. CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open
and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to
beam.
4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED
INSIDE THE UNIT.
Warnings, cautions and others
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CAUTION — Proper Ventilation
To avoid risk of electric shock and fire and to protect from damage, locate the apparatus as follows:
Top/Front/Back/Sides: No obstructions should be placed in the areas shown by the dimensions below.
Bottom: Place on the level surface. Maintain adequate air path for ventilation by placing on
a stand with a height of 10 cm more.
In addition, maintain the best possible air circulation.
15cm
15cm 1cm
15cm
1cm 15cm
10cm
Wall or
obstructions
Front
Front view Side view
IMPORTANT for the U.K.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the
plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or
the cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain an
appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your
dealer.
BE SURE to replace the fuse only with an identical approved
type, as originally fitted.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off ensure to remove the
fuse and dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible
shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply.
If this product is not supplied fitted with a mains plug then
follow the instructions given below:
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT make any connection to the terminal which is
marked with the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or
coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
IF IN DOUBT - CONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
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Warnings, cautions and others (continued)
Information for Users on Disposal of Old Equipment
[European Union]
This symbol indicates that the electrical and electronic equipment should not be
disposed as general household waste at its end-of-life. Instead, the product should be
handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment for proper treatment, recovery and recycling in accordance with
your national legislation.
By disposing of this product correctly, you will help to conserve natural resources and
will help prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more
information about collection point and recycling of this product, please contact your local
municipal office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
(Business users)
If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our web page www.jvc-europe.com to
obtain information about the take-back of the product.
[Other Countries outside the European Union]
If you wish to dispose of this product, please do so in accordance with applicable
national legislation or other rules in your country for the treatment of old electrical and
electronic equipment.
Attention:
This symbol is only
valid in the
European Union.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
“SOME DOS AND DON'TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT”
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any
electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
Do read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment.
Do ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections
between pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Switch off and withdraw the mains plug when making or changing connections.
Do consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your
equipment.
Do be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
DON'T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is
damaged in any way — switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
DON'T remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages.
DON'T leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is
designed for unattended operation or has a standby mode.
Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this.
Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people.
DON'T use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the
requirements of traffic safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving.
DON'T listen to headphones at high volume as such use can permanently damage your hearing.
DON'T obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings.
Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment.
DON'T use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws — to ensure complete safety always
fit the manufacturer's approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions.
DON'T allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture.
ABOVE ALL
— NEVER let anyone, especially children, push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case.
— this could result in a fatal electrical shock.
— NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind — it is better to be safe than sorry!
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Introduction
Supplied accessories ......................................2
Part description ...............................................3
DVD player ......................................................... 3
Receiver.............................................................. 4
Using the remote control .................................5
Inserting batteries into the remote control .......... 5
Operating the TV using the remote control......... 6
Preparation
Connections ....................................................7
Standard setup ................................................... 7
Connecting the antennas.................................... 7
Connecting the speakers.................................... 9
Connecting the receiver and the DVD player ... 10
Connecting other equipment............................. 11
Connecting a TV............................................... 12
Connecting the power cords............................. 13
Basic operations
Basic operations............................................14
Turning on/off the system ................................. 14
Setting the clock ............................................... 15
Dimmer ............................................................. 16
Adjusting the volume ........................................ 16
Turning off the sound temporarily (MUTING) ... 16
Adjusting the sound quality............................... 16
Adjusting the bass sound.................................. 17
Enhancing the playback sound
(CC CONVERTER) ........................................ 17
Listening to radio
Listening to radio broadcasts ........................18
Selecting a radio station ................................... 18
Tuning in to a preset radio station .................... 18
Radio Data System........................................... 19
Playing back DVDs/CDs
Basic operations of the DVD player ..............23
Playing back a DVD/CD ....................................23
Changing the display in the display window......26
Selecting a chapter/track using the number
buttons ............................................................26
Stopping playback .............................................26
Pausing playback ..............................................27
Advancing the picture frame by frame...............27
Fast reverse/fast forward search.......................27
Playing back from a position 10 seconds before
(One touch replay) ..........................................28
Slow motion playback........................................28
Skipping to the beginning of a chapter/
track/file...........................................................28
Skipping at about 5 minute intervals..................29
Resuming playback ...........................................29
Selecting a track from the menu screen............30
Convenient functions of the DVD player .......31
Locking DVD/CD ejection..................................31
Playing back a DVD/CD in the desired order
(Program playback).........................................31
Playing back a DVD/CD in a random order
(Random playback).........................................33
Playing back a DVD/CD repeatedly
(Repeat playback)...........................................33
Playing back a specified part repeatedly
(A-B repeat playback) .....................................34
Saving the playback settings for next time ........34
Selecting the subtitles........................................35
Selecting the audio language ............................35
Selecting the view angle....................................36
Magnifying the picture (ZOOM) .........................36
Adjusting the picture quality (VFP) ....................37
Playing back the bonus group ...........................37
Browsable still pictures (B.S.P.) ........................38
Creating realistic sound (3D PHONIC)..............38
Using the status bar and the menu bar .............39
Changing the initial settings with the
preference screen .....................................41
Basic operations................................................41
LANGUAGE.......................................................41
PICTURE...........................................................42
AUDIO ...............................................................42
OTHERS............................................................42
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Introduction
Listening to the sound of other
audio equipment
Listening to the sound of other audio
equipment ...................................................44
Timer
Timer .............................................................45
Using the playback timer .................................. 45
Using the sleep timer........................................ 47
Reference
Special cautions ............................................48
Notes on handling............................................. 48
About DVDs/CDs...........................................49
Playable DVD/CD types.................................... 49
Disc structure.................................................... 51
Troubleshooting.............................................52
Language codes............................................53
Specifications ................................................54
Check to be sure you have all of the supplied
accessories.
The number in parentheses is the quantity of the
items supplied. If anything is missing, contact your
dealer immediately.
• Remote control (1)
• Batteries (2)
• FM antenna (1)
• AM loop antenna (1)
• Speaker cords (4)
• Audio cord (1)
• Optical digital cord (1)
• Synchronization cord (1)
CAUTION
• Do not fold the optical digital cord as this may
damage the inner wire.
How to read this manual
• This manual explains the operations assuming
that you will use the remote control. Some buttons
on the receiver or the DVD player are the same as
those on the remote control. You can use either
button in this case.
• Some diagrams in this manual are simplified or
exaggerated for the purpose of explanation.
• You can operate some functions differently from
the explanation given in this manual.
• The following marks refer to the usable discs for
the explained function.
• “DVD VR” means a DVD recorded in DVD Video
Recording (DVD VR) format.
• “VCD” stands for “Video Compact Disc”.
• “SVCD” stands for “Super Video Compact Disc”.
• An “ASF” disc means a disc recorded in
“Advanced Systems Format”.
Introduction
Supplied accessories
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The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts are explained.
Front panel
Rear panel
Display window
The receiver and the DVD player use the same design for their display windows.
DVD player
See “Display window” shown below.
13, 14
14
26–29, 31
5
23, 27
23, 31
23
10
13 12
10
For future use
10 49 12
24, 25
24, 25
24,25,32
24, 30 31
24,25,32
33
37, 38 13
33 34 34
Part description
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Introduction
The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts are explained.
Front panel
* This 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.
Rear panel
Display window
The receiver and the DVD player use the same design for their display windows.
Receiver
13, 14
14
*
16
5 18
See “Display window” shown below.
17 18, 23, 44
10
11
12
13
7
8
12 10 10 9, 11
15, 18
22
18 45 47
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The numbers refer to the pages in which the parts
are explained.
If the effective distance between the remote control
and remote control sensor on the receiver or the
DVD player decreases, replace the batteries. Use
two R6P (SUM-3)/AA(15F) type dry-cell batteries.
CAUTION
• Do not use a used battery and a new battery
together.
• Do not use different types of batteries at the
same time.
• Take out the batteries if the remote control is not
to be used for a long time. Otherwise it may
cause a leakage.
Remote control operation
When operating the remote control, point it at the
front panel of the receiver or the DVD player. If the
remote control is operated from a direction that is
extremely oblique or when there is an obstacle in
the way, signals may not be transmitted.
If the remote control sensor is exposed to a strong
light such as direct sunlight, correct operation may
not be carried out.
TA/News/Info
14
6, 14
44
14
16
17
23
27
35
38
47
16
16
20
6
6
16
30
11
13
36
28
16
26
23
18
23
6
6
27, 28
26
30
30, 35
39
35
41
25
37
38
36
31, 33
33
15, 45
18
18
20
22
20
15, 24,
30, 39
24, 28, 37
15, 34, 45
Inserting batteries into
the remote control
Batteries (2)
Using the remote control
27, 28
11, 17
27, 28 27, 28
6, 15, 26
15, 32, 46
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Introduction
You can operate your TV using the remote control
of this system.
Setting the manufacturer code
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to TV.
2 Hold down F TV.
• Hold down F TV until you finish step 4.
3 Press ENTER and release.
4 Press number buttons (1-9, 0).
• Refer to “Using the number buttons”
(A page 15).
Examples:
For a Hitachi TV: Press 0, then 7.
For a Toshiba TV: Press 2, then 9.
When the manufacturer of your TV has two or
more codes, select the manufacturer codes in turn
and find the one that operates the TV and the
remote control properly.
NOTE
• A manufacturer code is subject to change without
notice. You may not be able to operate the TV
produced by the manufacturer.
5 Release F TV.
Using the remote control for the TV operation
Operate the remote control by pointing it at the TV.
*1 Make sure to slide the remote control mode
selector to TV in advance.
NOTE
• After replacing the batteries of the remote control,
set the manufacturer code again.
• When the remote control mode selector is slid to TV,
some buttons may not work.
Operating the TV using
the remote control
F TV
TV/VIDEO
TV
CHANNEL
TV
VOLUME
ENTER
Number
buttons
Remote control
mode selector
Manufacturer Code Manufacturer Code
JVC 01 Nordmende 13, 14, 18,
26-28
Akai 02, 05 Okano 09
Blaupunkt 03 Orion 15
Daewoo 10, 31, 32 Panasonic 16, 17
Fenner 04, 31, 32 Philips 10
Fisher 05 Saba 13, 14, 18,
26-28
Grundig 06 Samsung 10, 19, 32
Hitachi 07, 08 Sanyo 05
Inno-Hit 09 Schneider 02, 05
Irradio 02, 05 Sharp 20
Magnavox 10 Sony 21-25
Mitsubishi 11, 33 Telefunken 13, 14, 18,
26-28
Miver 03 Thomson 13, 14, 18,
26-28, 30
Nokia 12, 34 Toshiba 29
Turns on/off the TV.
Changes the channels.
Adjusts the volume.
Selects the channels.
Switches the
previously selected
channel and the
current channel.
Switches the TV and video input.
/
/
~
*1
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Connecting the AM loop antenna (supplied)
3 Turn the AM loop antenna to find the best
position for radio reception.
Place the AM loop antenna as far from the
receiver as possible.
• Do not place the AM loop antenna on a metallic
table or close to a TV, computer, or other electric
appliances. Doing so may affect radio reception.
When positioning the antennas, find the best
position for reception while listening to an actual
radio program (refer to “Listening to radio
broadcasts” (A page 18)).
Standard setup
Speaker Receiver Speaker
DVD player
Connecting the antennas
1 Set up the AM loop antenna.
2 Connect the antenna cord.
Receiver
(rear panel)
Connect the ends of the
antenna cord as shown
above.
Ifinsulationcovers
the tips of the
antenna cord,
twist and pull off
the insulation.
White
Black
7 When radio reception with the supplied AM
loop antenna is poor
Electric wire: 3 - 5 m (not supplied)
Stretch out the electric
wire horizontally,
preferably in a high
place such as above a
window or outdoors.
Connect the AM loop
antenna cord to the
receiver together with
the electric wire.
Receiver
(rear panel)
AM loop
antenna cord
Electric
wire
Twist
together
electric
wire and
the AM
loop
antenna
cord.
Preparation
Connections Do not turn on the power until you complete the connection.
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Preparation
Connecting the FM antenna (supplied)
7 When radio reception with the supplied FM
antenna is poor, or when using a communal
antenna
When using an antenna other than those supplied
with this system, refer to the operation manuals for
the antenna and converter for details of
connection.
When positioning the antennas, find the best
position for reception while listening to an actual
radio program (refer to “Listening to radio
broadcasts” (A page 18)).
Stretch out the FM antenna to the best position for
radio reception, and then fix the FM antenna with
adhesive tape.
Receiver
(rear panel)
FM antenna
Receiver
Antenna cord
(not supplied)
Outdoor FM
antenna
(not supplied)
Converter (not
supplied: compatible
with 300 C/75 C)
Coaxial cord
(not supplied)
Receiver
(rear panel)
Depending on the radio reception
conditions, an FM feeder antenna
(not supplied: compatible with
300 C) can be used. In this case, a
converter (not supplied) is required.
or
Communal
antenna terminal
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There is no difference between the left and right speakers.
CAUTION
• Do not short-circuit the ª and · speaker
terminals. Doing so may damage the receiver.
• Do not connect other speakers together with the
supplied speakers. The change in impedance
may damage the receiver and the speakers.
• Improper speaker cord connection spoils the
stereo effect and sound quality.
• The supplied speakers are magnetically
shielded, but color irregularity may occur on the
TV depending on some conditions. To prevent
color irregularity, set up the speakers following
the instructions below.
1. Turn off the main power of the TV before
setting up the speakers.
2. Place the speakers enough distance from the
TV so that they do not cause color irregularity
on the TV.
3. Wait for about 30 minutes before turning on
the main power of the TV again.
NOTE
• To allow the receiver and the DVD player to emit
generated heat, leave a space of at least 1 cm
between the receiver or the DVD player and the
speakers or other objects.
Connecting the speakers
Before
connecting the
speaker cords,
twist and pull off
the insulation.
TWEETER
WOOFER
TWEETER
WOOFER
WOOFER
RIGHT
TWEETER
RIGHT
WOOFER
RIGHT
TWEETER
RIGHT
WOOFER
LEFT
TWEETER
LEFT
WOOFER
LEFT
TWEETER
LEFT
Speaker terminal Speaker cord
Right speaker
(rear panel)
Speaker cords
(supplied)
Speaker terminal Speaker cord
Left speaker
(rear panel)
Receiver (rear panel)
• An incorrect connection may damage the speakers.
• The supplied speakers are dedicated to the supplied receiver as parts of the EX-A10 system. Do not
connect the supplied speakers to equipment other than the supplied receiver. Doing so may damage the
speakers.
The speakers employ natural wood for the
diaphragm and the cabinet in order to
reproduce the original sound faithfully.
The appearance will therefore be different for
each system.
Speaker
cover
You can detach the speaker cover.
Connections (continued) Do not turn on the power until you complete the connection.
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Preparation
Make sure to connect the three supplied cords.
CAUTION
• Do not fold the optical digital cord as this may
damage the inner wire.
Connecting the receiver and the DVD player
DVD player (rear panel)
Synchronization
cord (supplied)
Optical digital
cord (supplied)
Audio cord
(supplied)
If protection caps cover the tips of the optical
digital cord, pull off the protection caps before
connecting.
Protection cap
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Connecting the subwoofer
When you connect this system with an amplifier-
built-in subwoofer (not supplied), you can enjoy a
more dynamic bass sound. Refer to the manual of
the subwoofer for details.
To produce sound from the subwoofer, press
S.WFR OUT on the remote control to display
“S. WOOFER ON” (Subwoofer on) in the display
window on the receiver. Each time you press
S.WFR OUT, the display toggles between
“S. WOOFER ON” and “S. WOOFER OFF”.
NOTE
• When “S. WOOFER ON” is selected, bass sound
from the left and right speakers will be automatically
turned down and the bass sound will be emitted
mainly from the subwoofer.
Connecting other speakers
To connect speakers other than the ones supplied,
follow the operations shown below.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Connect the speakers to the
SPEAKERS WOOFER LEFT and
RIGHT terminals on the
receiver.
3 Hold down BASS ADJUST for 2
or more seconds.
• “Single Amp” is displayed in the display
window on the receiver, and no audio signal
is sent to the SPEAKERS TWEETER LEFT
and RIGHT terminals.
Display on the receiver
NOTE
• The impedance of speakers connected to this
system must be within the range 6 C to 16 C.
• When connecting the supplied speakers to the
receiver, hold down BASS ADJUST on the remote
control for 2 or more seconds once again to select
“Bi-Amp” in the display window on the receiver.
Connecting other equipment
7
2 /3 (cursor)/
ENTER
SCAN MODE
S. WFR OUT
Remote control
mode selector
BASS
ADJUST
Audio cord (not supplied)
(If an audio cord comes with the amplifier-built-in
subwoofer, you can use the audio cord.)
Amplifier-built-in subwoofer
(not supplied)
Receiver
(rear panel)
Do not turn on the power until you complete the connection.
Connections (continued)
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Preparation
Connecting other audio equipment
Connecting digital equipment with an
optical output terminal
Connecting a TV with the AV OUT terminal
Connecting a TV with the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT terminals
After connecting the DVD player to the TV, select
the video signal type correctly according to the TV.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Make sure that playback stops.
(If a disc is being played back,
press 7 to stop playback.)
Receiver (rear panel)
Output
Input
Other audio
equipment
Audio cord
(not supplied)
MD player or satellite
receiver
Output
Input
To an optical digital output
terminal
Optical digital cord
(not supplied)
Receiver (rear panel)
Connecting a TV
TV
To SCART terminal
DVD player
(rear panel)
SCART cord (not supplied)
TV
To component terminals
DVD player
(rear panel)
Component video cord (not supplied)
(Continued on the next page)
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3 Press SCAN MODE.
• The current video signal type will flash.
4 Press 2, 3 (cursor) or SCAN
MODE repeatedly to select the
video signal type suitable for
the TV.
• You can select “RGB”, “Y/C” or
“PROGRESSIVE”.
• Select “RGB” when a TV compatible with
composite video signals is connected to the
AV OUT terminal.
• Select “Y/C” when a TV compatible with S-
video signals is connected to the AV OUT
terminal.
• Select “PROGRESSIVE” when a TV
compatible with progressive scanning is
connected to the COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT terminals.
5 Press ENTER.
• The selected video signal type is displayed
for a short time.
NOTE
• Even if the power cord of the DVD player is
disconnected from the AC outlet or the power is
interrupted, the video signal type setting is stored.
CAUTION
• Connect the DVD player directly to a TV (or a
monitor) without routing through a video
cassette recorder (VCR). Otherwise picture
distortion may occur during playback.
• Connecting the DVD player to a VCR-built-in-TV
may also cause picture distortion during
playback.
• Connect the power cords after you complete the
other connections.
• The STANDBY lamps on the front panels of the
receiver and the DVD player will light up.
DVD player
Direct connection
TV (or
monitor)
Connecting the power cords
DVD player
Receiver
AC outlet
Receiver
(rear panel)
AC outlet
DVD player
(rear panel)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 11.
Do not turn on the power until you
complete the connection.
Connections (continued)
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Preparation/Basic
operations
•
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press F AUDIO (or F on the
receiver).
• The power of the receiver will turn on and
the STANDBY lamp on the receiver will turn
off.
• Press F AUDIO again to turn off the
power of the receiver.
• With the power off, pressing any of the
following buttons also turns on the receiver.
- DVD, FM/AM or AUX on the remote
control
- 3/8 on the DVD player
The function assigned to the button starts
working at the same time.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press F DVD (or F on the DVD
player).
• The power of the DVD player will turn on
and the STANDBY lamp on the DVD player
will turn off.
• Press F DVD again to turn off the power
of the DVD player.
• With the power off, pressing any of the
following buttons also turns on the DVD
player.
- DVD or 0 OPEN/CLOSE on the remote
control
- 0 or 3/8 on the DVD player
The function assigned to the button starts
working at the same time.
(When you press DVD on the remote
control or 3/8 on the DVD player, if a disc
has been loaded, playback starts
automatically.)
DISPLAY
0 OPEN/
CLOSE
FM/AM
CC
CONVERTER
CLOCK/
TIMER
BASS +/ –
F AUDIO
F DVD
AUX
MUTING
AUDIO
VOLUME +/ –
5///2/3
(cursor)/
ENTER
Number
buttons
CANCEL
BASS
ADJUST
TREBLE +/ –
SET
8
DIMMER
Turning on/off the system
DVD player
Receiver
Basic operations
Basic operations
Remote control
mode selector
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You can set the clock when the receiver is turned
either on or off.
Example:
To set the clock to 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER.
Display on the receiver
3 Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select
the hour.
• Hold down the button to incrementally
increase the hour setting.
• You can also use the number buttons to
specify the hour. Refer to “Using the
number buttons” shown on the right.
4 Press SET.
5 Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select
the minute.
• Hold down the button to incrementally
increase the minute setting.
• You can also use the number buttons to
specify the minute. Press SET.
6 Press SET.
7 Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select
the day of the week.
• Hold down the button to change the setting
for the day of the week.
• Abbreviations are used for the days of the
week.
Sun. → Sunday
Mon.→ Monday
Tue. → Tuesday
Wed.→ Wednesday
Thu. → Thursday
Fri. → Friday
Sat. → Saturday
8 Press SET.
• The clock starts from 0 seconds in the
minute you set.
NOTE
• While setting the clock, you can return to the
previous step by pressing CANCEL.
• The time display on the receiver is a 24-hour clock.
• The clock will gain or lose about 1 minute per month.
• If the power cord of the receiver is disconnected
from the AC outlet or the power is interrupted, the
clock setting is stored for about 1 minute.
• You cannot set the clock when “DISPLAY OFF” is
selected. (A page 16)
Adjusting the clock
Press CLOCK/TIMER twice to
display the clock, and then adjust
the clock starting from step 3.
Displaying the clock when using the
receiver
Press DISPLAY.
• Refer to “Changing the display in the display
window”. (A page 26)
Setting the clock
Examples:
5:
15: → →
150: → → → →
Basic operations (continued)
Using the number buttons
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Basic
operations
Changing the brightness of the display
windows on the receiver and the DVD
player
You can set the brightness of the display windows
on the receiver and the DVD player respectively.
7 When the receiver/DVD player is turned on
1 Slide the remote control mode
selector to RECEIVER or DVD.
2 Press DIMMER repeatedly.
• Each time you press DIMMER, the setting
changes on the receiver/DVD player.
• For a disc containing video, when you
select “DIMMER AUTO”, “DIMMER 2” is
automatically selected during video
playback and is canceled when the
playback stops.
• For a disc containing no video, when you
select “DIMMER AUTO”, “DIMMER OFF” is
automatically selected during playback and
is canceled when the playback stops.
Turning off the display on the receiver
You can also turn off the display on the receiver
when the receiver is turned off.
7 When the receiver is turned off
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press DIMMER repeatedly.
• Each time you press DIMMER, the setting
changes on the receiver.
DISPLAY ON DISPLAY OFF
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press AUDIO VOLUME +/–.
• The volume can also be adjusted by turning
the VOLUME control on the receiver.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press MUTING.
• No sound will come out from the speakers,
headphones and the subwoofer.
• Press MUTING again to restore the sound.
When the power is turned off once and
turned on again, the sound will also be
restored.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Bass: Press BASS +/–.
Treble: Press TREBLE +/–.
Dimmer
DIMMER 1 DIMMER 2
DIMMER OFF DIMMER AUTO
Adjusting the volume
Turning off the sound
temporarily (MUTING)
Adjusting the sound quality
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 14.
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1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press BASS ADJUST.
Display on the receiver
3 While the selectable values are
flashing, press 2 or 3 (cursor)
to select the value of the bass
frequency.
• You can select “100 Hz”, “120 Hz” or
“140 Hz”.
• The initial setting is “100 Hz”. Select the
value for your desired bass sound.
4 While the selectable values are
flashing, press 5 or / (cursor)
to select the value of “Q” in the
display window.
• You can select “0.75”, “1” or “1.25”.
• The initial setting is “1”. Select the value for
your desired bass sound.
5 Press ENTER.
• The selected values are displayed for a
short time.
NOTE
• The adjustment of the bass sound does not change
the treble and bass sound level adjustments.
The CC CONVERTER function is designed to
provide natural sound by improving the playback
sound from low-bit-rate digital sources.
The function compensates for sound waves
dissipated during digital recording compression to
approximate the original analog sound. Sound is
reproduced with more bits (24 bit) and a wider
range of frequency (128 kHz, 176.4 kHz or
192 kHz).
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press CC CONVERTER.
• When the CC CONVERTER function is
activated, the CC CONVERTER lamp
(button) on the front panel of the receiver
lights up.
• Each time you press CC CONVERTER, the
display changes as follows.
- “CC CNVRTR 1”:
Plays back a digital source with non-
compressed sound signals (linear PCM).
- “CC CNVRTR 2”:
Plays back a digital source with
compressed sound signals (Dolby digital,
DTS, MP3 or WMA).
- “CC CNVRTR OFF”:
Cancels the CC CONVERTER function.
NOTE
• The initial setting is “CC CNVRTR 1”.
• The CC CONVERTER function does not work when
analog sound is selected as the sound source or
when 3D PHONIC is activated (A page 38). In such
cases, pressing CC CONVERTER only displays
“ANALOG SOURCE ”.
• The original range of frequency is automatically
detected and extended to a specific range.
When the original range is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or
48 kHz, the range is extended to 128 kHz,
176.4 kHz or 192 kHz respectively.
Adjusting the bass sound Enhancing the playback
sound (CC CONVERTER)
Receiver
CC CONVERTER lamp (button)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 14.
Basic operations (continued)
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Basic
operations/Listening
to
radio
This receiver can receive FM and AM radio
broadcasts.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press FM/AM to select “FM” or
“AM”.
• Pressing FM/AM selects a radio broadcast
as the sound source.
• You can also use SOURCE SELECT on the
receiver to select a radio broadcast as the
sound source.
• Each time you press FM/AM, the band will
toggle between “FM” and “AM”.
Example:
Display on the receiver
3 Press TUNING or TUNING
repeatedly to select a radio
station (frequency).
• When the receiver has received an FM
stereo broadcast, “ST” (stereo) indicator
lights up.
• You can also select a radio station using the
automatic tuning.
Automatic tuning:
Hold down TUNING or TUNING until the
frequency starts changing, and then release
the button.
When the receiver has received a broadcast,
the frequency automatically stops changing.
To quit the function while searching for a
broadcast, press TUNING or TUNING .
NOTE
• Pressing SEARCH – or SEARCH + on the receiver
also enables you to select the radio station.
• If an FM stereo broadcast is difficult to hear because
of noise, you may be able to hear the broadcast
more easily by pressing FM MODE to switch the
sound to monaural reception. In this case, “MONO”
lights up. To return the sound to stereo reception,
press FM MODE again.
Presetting radio stations in the receiver 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.
1 Select a radio station you want
to store (A “Selecting a radio
station”).
2 Press MEMORY.
• The preset number flashes in the display
window on the receiver for about 5 seconds.
Selecting a radio station
Number
buttons
MEMORY
FM/AM
FM MODE
DISPLAY
(Radio Data
System)
TA/News/
Info
PTY +/–
SEARCH
Frequency
Tuning in to a preset
radio station
(Continued on the next page)
Listening to radio broadcasts
Remote control
mode selector
TUNING / /
PRESET / /
ENTER
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3 While the preset number is
flashing, press PRESET or
PRESET to select the preset
number you want to use.
• You can also select the preset number by
using the number buttons. (Refer to “Using
the number buttons”. (A page 15))
4 Press MEMORY or ENTER while
the selected number is flashing.
• “STORED” will appear and the selected
radio station will be stored.
NOTE
• When you store a radio station to a preset number
to which another radio station has previously been
stored, the newly set radio station replaces the
previously stored radio station.
Tuning in to a preset radio station
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press FM/AM repeatedly to
select “FM” or “AM”.
3 Press the number buttons to
select the preset number of the
radio station to which you want
to tune in.
• Refer to “Using the number buttons”
(A page 15).
Receiving FM radio broadcasts with
Radio Data System
Radio Data System allows FM radio stations to
send an additional signal along with their regular
program signals.
For example, a radio station send its radio station
name or information on the types of broadcasted
programs such as sports or music.
You can receive the following types of Radio Data
System signals.
PS (Program Service):
Shows commonly known radio station names.
PTY (Program Type):
Shows types of broadcasted programs.
RT (Radio Text):
Shows text messages sent by the radio station.
Enhanced Other Networks:
A page 22
NOTE
• Radio Data System may not work correctly if the
radio station is not transmitting the signals properly
or if the signal is weak.
Changing the Radio Data System
information
You can refer to Radio Data System information in
the display window on the receiver while listening
to an FM radio broadcast.
7 When listening to an FM radio broadcast
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
Radio Data System
Alarm function
If an “Alarm !” (Emergency) signal is received
from a radio station while you are listening to an
FM radio broadcast with Radio Data System, the
receiver automatically switches to the radio
broadcast sending the “Alarm !” signal.
(No AM and only some FM radio stations send
broadcasts with Radio Data System.)
Listening to radio broadcasts (continued)
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Listening
to
radio
2 Press DISPLAY (Radio Data
System) repeatedly.
PS (Program Service):
While the receiver is searching for Radio
Data System information, “WAIT PS”
appears and then the radio station names
will be displayed. “NO PS” appears if no
signal is received.
PTY (Program Type):
While the receiver is searching for Radio
Data System information, “WAIT PTY”
appears and then the type of the
broadcasted program will be displayed.
“NO PTY” appears if no signal is received.
RT (Radio Text):
While the receiver is searching for Radio
Data System information, “WAIT RT”
appears and then text messages sent by
the radio station will be displayed. “NO RT”
appears if no signal is received.
NOTE
• If the receiver takes time to show the Radio Data
System information received from a radio station,
“PS”, “PTY” or “RT” may appear in the display
window on the receiver.
• When PS, PTY or RT signals appear in the display
window on the receiver, irregular characters and
marks may not be displayed correctly.
Searching for programs by PTY codes
(PTY search)
You can locate a type of radio program by
specifying the corresponding PTY code.
• The PTY search is applicable only to the preset
radio stations.
7 When an FM radio broadcast is selected as the
sound source
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press SEARCH.
Display on the receiver
3 Press PTY + or PTY –repeatedly
to select a PTY code while “PTY
SELECT” is flashing.
Example:
When “Document” is selected as a PTY code
• Refer to page 21 for the PTY codes.
4 Press SEARCH.
• While the receiver is searching for a radio
program, “SEARCH” and the selected PTY
codes will be displayed.
Example:
When “Document” is selected as a PTY code
• The receiver searches 30 preset FM radio
stations, and stops when the receiver finds
the one you have selected. At this time the
selected frequency and PTY code flash.
When SEARCH is pressed while the
selected frequency and PTY code are
flashing, the receiver automatically starts
searching for the next radio station. After
the frequency and PTY code stop flashing
or if a button is pressed, the receiver
automatically tunes in to the radio station.
• To stop searching, press SEARCH.
• If no program is found, “NOT FOUND”
appears in the display window on the
receiver and the receiver returns to the last
received radio station.
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 18.
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PTY codes:
None: Undefined. Finance: Stock market reports, commerce and
trading.
News: News. Children: Programs targeted at a young audience.
Affairs: Topical program expanding or enlarging upon
news-debate or analysis.
Social: Programs about sociology, history,
geography, psychology and society.
Info: Programs the purpose of which is to impart
advice in the widest sense.
Religion: Religious programs.
Sport: Programs concerned with any aspect of
sports.
Phone In: Involving members of the public
expressing their views either by phone or
at a public forum.
Educate: Educational programs. Travel: Travel information.
Drama: All radio plays and serials. Leisure: Programs about recreational activities.
Culture: Programs concerning any aspect of
nationalor regional culture, including
language and theater.
Jazz: Jazz music.
Science: Programs about natural sciences and
technology.
Country: Songs which originate from, or continue
the musical tradition of the American
Southern States.
Varied: Used for mainly speech-based programs
such as quizzes, panel games and
personality interviews.
Nation M: Current popular music of the nation or
region.
Pop M: Commercial music of current popular
appeal.
Oldies: Music from the so-called “golden age” of
popular music.
Rock M: Rock music. Folk M: Music which has its roots in the musical
culture of a particular nation.
Easy M: Current contemporary music considered to
be “easy-listening”.
Document: Programs concerning factual matters,
presented in an investigative style.
Light M: Instrumental music, and vocal or choral
works.
TEST: Broadcasts for testing emergency
broadcast equipment or receiver.
Classics: Performances of major orchestral works,
symphonies and chamber music.
Alarm !: Emergency announcement.
Other M: Music not fitting into any of the other
categories.
Weather: Weather reports and forecasts.
Classification of the PTY codes for some FM radio
stations may be different from the list shown above.
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Listening
to
radio
Switching to a program type of your
choice temporarily
The Enhanced Other Networks function allows the
receiver to switch temporarily to a broadcast
program of your choice (TA, News, or Info) from a
different radio station when you are listening to a
Radio Data System radio station.
• Enhanced Other Networks function is applicable
only to the preset radio stations.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press TA/News/Info repeatedly
until the indicator of your
desired program type (TA/
News/Info) appears in the
display window on the receiver.
• Each time you press TA/News/Info, the
indicator in the display window changes.
TA: Traffic announcement
News: News
Info: Programs the purpose of which is to
impart advice in the widest sense.
NOTE
• To cancel the Enhanced Other Networks function,
press TA/News/Info repeatedly until the program
type indicator (TA/News/Info) turns off in the display
window on the receiver. Changing the sound source
or turning off the receiver also cancels the
Enhanced Other Networks function.
• The Enhanced Other Networks data sent from some
radio stations may not be compatible with this
receiver.
• While listening to a program tuned in with the
Enhanced Other Networks function, the radio
station does not change even if another network
radio station starts broadcasting the same
Enhanced Other Networks program.
• While listening to a program tuned in with the
Enhanced Other Networks function, you can only
use TA/News/Info and DISPLAY (Radio Data
System) as the tuner operation buttons. If you press
any other button, “LOCKED!” appears in the display
window on the receiver.
• If the radio stations toggle intermittently between the
radio station tuned in to by the Enhanced Other
Networks function and the currently tuned radio
station, press TA/News/Info to cancel the
Enhanced Other Networks function.
Example:
Display on the receiver
How the Enhanced Other Networks function actually works:
If there is no radio station broadcasting the program
you have selected:
The receiver continues tuning in to the current radio
station.
When a radio station starts broadcasting the program you
have selected, the receiver automatically switches to the
radio station. The program type starts flashing in the
display window.
When the program is over, the receiver goes back to the
previously tuned radio station, but the Enhanced Other
Networks function still remains activated.
If there is a radio station broadcasting the program
you have selected:
The receiver tunes in to the program.The program type
starts flashing in the display window.
When the program is over, the receiver goes back to the
previously tuned radio station, but the Enhanced Other
Networks function still remains activated.
CASE 2
CASE 1
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 18.
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1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 0 OPEN/CLOSE.
• The disc tray ejects.
3 Place a disc.
• To listen to an 8 cm disc, place it on the
inner hollow of the disc tray.
4 Press 3 (play) or DVD.
NOTE
• You can also use SOURCE SELECT on the
receiver to select a loaded disc as the sound source.
• A menu screen may be displayed after starting
playback of a DVD. In this case, select a desired
item to playback by using the following buttons on
the remote control.
- Select a desired item using 5///2/3(cursor)
and press ENTER.
- You can also select a desired item using the
number buttons. Refer to “Using the number
buttons” (A page 15).
• When a DVD AUDIO is played back, signals are
converted into analog signals. Beginning playback
of a DVD AUDIO displays “DVD-ANALOG” for a
short time. When you take the disc out of the disc
tray, the display returns to “DVD-DIGITAL”
automatically.
• When using a DVD player other than the supplied
XV-EXA10, select “DVD-DIGITAL” playback or
“DVD-ANALOG” playback according to your usage.
Each time you hold down DVD, the playback
changes among “DVD-DIGITAL”, “DVD-ANALOG”
and “DVD-AUTO”. Return to the initial setting
(“DVD-AUTO”) when using the XV-EXA10.
• Depending on the disc, the actual operation may be
different from the description.
• When you select a source other than a DVD during
playback, the loaded disc stops automatically, and
“DVD OFF” is displayed in the display window on
the DVD player.
RETURN
Number
buttons
TOP
MENU/PG
DISPLAY
DVD
0OPEN/CLOSE
FM/AM
7
F AUDIO
F DVD
AUX
GROUP/TITLE
/
NEXT ¢
3 (play)
8
MENU/PL
5///2/3
(cursor)/
ENTER
ONE
TOUCH
REPLAY
PREVIOUS 4
Receiver
SOURCE SELECT
Playing back a DVD/CD
Letter-printed surface
Disc tray
Playing back DVDs/CDs
Basic operations of the DVD player
Remote control
mode selector
SLOW /¡
SLOW /1
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
This part explains the operation with displays of an
MP3 disc as examples.
For a JPEG disc, read “track” as “file”.
NOTE
• When files of different types are recorded on a disc,
select the file type to be played back. (A “FILE
TYPE ” on page 42)
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Load a disc.
3 Press 5// (cursor) to select a
group.
4 Press 3 (cursor) to move to the
track list.
• Press 2 (cursor) to go back to the group
list.
5 Press 5// (cursor) to select a
track.
6 Press 3 (play) or ENTER.
NOTE
• You can also use GROUP/TITLE or in step 3
and PREVIOUS 4 or NEXT ¢ in step 5. In this
case, you can skip step 4.
• The number buttons can also be used in step 5. In
this case, you can skip steps 4 and 6. (Refer to
“Using the number buttons”. (A page 15))
Display window on the DVD player
■DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO/DVD VR
When a disc is played back
• When a DVD AUDIO is played back, “GR” and
“TR” are displayed instead of “TITLE” and
“CHAP”.
• When a DVD VR is played back, “VR” is
displayed and “PG” (original program) or “PL”
(play list) is displayed instead of “TITLE”.
• If “BONUS” or “B.S.P.” is displayed during DVD
AUDIO playback, refer to pages 37 and 38.
When a disc is stopped
• When a DVD AUDIO is loaded; “DVDA” is
displayed instead of “DVDV”, and the total
numbers of groups and the tracks are displayed
instead of the total numbers of the titles.
• When a DVD VR is loaded; “VR” is displayed
instead of “DVDV”, the total number of original
programs or the play lists is displayed instead of
the total number of titles, and “DVD VR” is
displayed instead of “DVD”.
FILE
Group : 1/10
spring
summer
Title
flower
Artist
earth
Album
nature
fall
winter
sea
Track Information
01-begonia.mp3
02-german chamomile.mp3
03-kiwi fruit.mp3
04-orchard grass.mp3
05-petunia.mp3
06-north pole.mp3
Track : 1/6 (Total 28)
Time 00 : 03 : 08
Numbers of the
current group
and total groups
recorded on the
loaded disc
Numbers of the
current track
(file) and total
tracks (files)
included in the
current group
Current
group
Tag
information
(MP3/WMA
disc only)
Current
track (file)
Number of the
total tracks (files)
recorded on the
loaded disc
Elapsed
playback time of
the current track
(MP3/WMA/ASF
disc only)
Playback
status
Slide-show playback
• In step 6, for a JPEG disc, when 3 (play) is
pressed, files will be continuously played
back from the selected file (slide-show
playback), and when ENTER is pressed, only
a selected file will be played back.
• Display time for a file in slide-show playback
is about 3 seconds.
Elapsed playback time
Chapter/
track
number
Title/group/
original
program/play
list number
Disc type Total number of titles
(Continued on the next page)
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■VCD/SVCD
When a disc is played back
• PBC (Play Back Control) is a signal recorded in
a VCD (version 2.0) for controlling playback. You
can enjoy interactive software or software with a
search function using a menu screen recorded in
a PBC compatible VCD. To play back a disc
without the PBC function, follow the instructions
below.
• Specify the track number using the number
buttons when the disc is stopped. Refer to
“Using the number buttons” (A page 15).
• Specify the track number using PREVIOUS
4 or NEXT ¢ when the disc is stopped,
and then press 3 (play).
• Press RETURN to go back to the upper layer
during PBC playback of a VCD or SVCD.
When a disc is stopped
• When the PBC function is activated, the display
below appears after the display above is
displayed for a short time.
■CD
When a disc is played back
When a disc is stopped
■MP3/WMA/ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc
When a disc is played back
• When a WMA disc is played back, “WMA” is
displayed instead of “MP3”.
• When an ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc is
played back, no disc type indicator is displayed.
When a disc is stopped
• When a WMA disc is loaded, “WMA” is displayed
instead of “MP3” in the upper indicator and the
lower display.
• When an ASF disc is loaded; “MP3” disappears
in the upper indicator, and “ASF” is displayed
instead of “MP3” in the lower display.
• When a DivX disc is loaded; “MP3” disappears
in the upper indicator, and “DivX” is displayed
instead of “MP3” in the lower display.
■JPEG disc
When a disc is played back or stopped
Track number
Total playback time
Disc type Total
number of
tracks
Elapsed playback time
Track number
Total playback time
Disc type Total
number of
tracks
Elapsed playback time
Track
number
Group
number
Track
number
Disc type Group number
File number
Group number
Basic operations of the DVD player (continued)
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press DISPLAY repeatedly.
• Each time you press DISPLAY, the display
toggles between the current source (DVD,
FM, AM, AUX-DIGITAL or AUX) and the
clock.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press DISPLAY repeatedly
during playback.
• Each time you press DISPLAY, the display
changes.
* When text, such as a file name, has been recorded in
the loaded MP3/WMA disc, the text appears and scrolls
in the display window on the DVD player.
■ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Use the number buttons to
select the chapter number or
track number.
• Refer to “Using the number buttons”
(A page 15).
NOTE
• You cannot use this function for some discs.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 7.
Changing the display in
the display window
DVD player
Receiver
7 DVD VIDEO
Normal display (as shown on page 24)
Disc type/title number/chapter number
7 DVD AUDIO
Normal display (as shown on page 24)
Disc type/group number/track number
7 DVD VR
Normal display (as shown on page 24)
Disc type/original program (play list) number/
chapter number
7 MP3/WMA disc
Normal display (as shown on page 25)
File type/group number/track number
Text*
Selecting a chapter/track
using the number buttons
Stopping playback
Normal display (as shown on page 25)
File type/group number/track number
(PBC off)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 23.
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7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 8.
• To return to normal playback, press 3
(play).
7 When a disc is paused
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 8 repeatedly.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
There are two methods in step 2.
2 Press 1 or ¡.
• Each time you press the button, the speed
increases. To restore the normal speed,
press 3 (play).
Hold down PREVIOUS 4 or
NEXT¢.
• Fast reverse/fast forward search can be used
only while the button is pressed.
NOTE
• For some discs, sound is intermittent or no sound will
be produced during fast reverse/fast forward search.
• The selectable speeds and displays vary by the disc
type.
Pausing playback
Advancing the picture
frame by frame
(only for moving image)
Fast reverse/fast forward
search
Messages displayed on the TV when the power is turned on
The following messages appear depending on the status of the DVD player.
Appears when the DVD player is reading the disc information. Wait for a while.
Appears when the Region Code of the DVD does not match the code the DVD
player supports. (A page 49)
Appears when no disc is loaded.
Appears when the disc tray is opening.
Appears when the disc tray is closing.
Appears when an unplayable disc is attempted to be played back.
NOW READING
REGION CODE
ERROR!
NO DISC
OPEN
CLOSE
CANNOT PLAY THIS
DISC
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ONE TOUCH REPLAY.
NOTE
• This operation may not be used for some discs.
• You cannot go back to the previous title.
7 When a disc is paused
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press SLOW or SLOW .
• Each time you press the button, the speed
increases.
• Press 8 to pause playback, and press 3
(play) to return to normal playback.
NOTE
• No sound will be produced.
• The picture motion in the reverse direction may not
be smooth.
• For a VCD, SVCD or DVD VR, slow motion
playback can be used in the forward direction only.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press PREVIOUS 4 or NEXT
¢.
• Each time you press the button, the
playback position skips to the beginning of
the previous or next chapter/track/file.
• Press PREVIOUS 4 once to skip back to
the beginning of the chapter or track
currently being played back (except for
JPEG).
• Press GROUP/TITLE or to select the
title or group.
• During playback of an MP3/WMA/JPEG/
ASF/Divx disc, press NEXT ¢ or /
(cursor) to play back the next file, or press
PREVIOUS 4 or 5 (cursor) to play back
the previous file.
NOTE
• You can use this function while the disc is stopped
except for a DVD VIDEO. You can use 5 or /
(cursor) to skip to the beginning of a track while you
are viewing the TV screen.
• You cannot use this function for some discs.
Playing back from a
position 10 seconds before
(One touch replay)
Slow motion playback
(only for moving image)
Skipping to the
beginning of a chapter/
track/file
(PBC off)
Containing multi-view angles
(A page 36)
Containing multi-audio languages
(A page 35)
Containing multi-subtitle languages
(A page 35)
The disc cannot accept the operation you
have attempted.
Guide icons displayed on the TV screen (on-screen guide)
Play
Pause
Fast reverse/fast forward search
Slow motion playback (reverse/
forward directions)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 23.
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You can skip within a file at about 5 minute
intervals.
This is useful especially when you want to skip
within a long file.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 2 or 3 (cursor).
• Each time you press the button, the
playback position skips to the beginning of
the previous or next interval. Each interval
is about 5 minutes.
NOTE
• Intervals are automatically assigned from the
beginning of a file.
• You can use this function only within the same file.
• You cannot use this function for some discs.
When playback is stopped in the middle, playback
can be started from the stopped position.
Temporarily stopping playback
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Follow any of the operations
below.
*1 “RESUME” will be displayed. If 7 is pressed
again at this time, “RESUME” will disappear and
the stored information will be cleared.
*2 After playback is stopped, even if the receiver
or the DVD player is turned off by pressing
F AUDIO or F DVD, the position where
playback has been stopped will be stored.
Starting playback from the stored position
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 3 (play).
NOTE
• This function does not work in program playback or
random playback.
• The position where playback starts again may be a
little different from the stopped position.
• When the menu screen is displayed, the resume
playback function may not work.
• The audio language, the subtitle language and the
angle at that time are stored together with the
stopped position.
• The stored position will be cleared if the disc tray is
opened.
• The resume playback function is activated as the
initial setting. You can disable the resume playback
function. (A “RESUME” on page 42)
Skipping at about 5
minute intervals
Resuming playback
Press 7 once.*1 *2
Press F AUDIO to turn off the power of the
receiver.
Press F DVD to turn off the power of the DVD
player.
Change the source to FM/AM or AUX.*2
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
7 When a disc is stopped or played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press MENU/PL or TOP MENU/
PG.
• The menu screen will be displayed.
• Only TOP MENU/PG can be used for DVD
AUDIOs.
3 Press 5///2/3 (cursor) (only
for a DVD VIDEO or DVD AUDIO)
or the number buttons to select
the desired track.
• Refer to “Using the number buttons”
(A page 15).
• When the menu screen has a couple of
pages, press PREVIOUS 4 or NEXT
¢ to change the page (only for a VCD
and SVCD).
4 Press ENTER.
NOTE
• You cannot use this function for a disc without a
menu screen.
• Playback may start for some discs without pressing
ENTER.
7 When a disc is stopped or played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press TOP MENU/PG to display
the original program or press
MENU/PL to display the play
list.
■Original program
■Play list
• The play list will not appear when a play list
has not been recorded to the disc.
3 Press 5// (cursor) to select the
desired title.
4 Press ENTER.
• When you have selected the original
program by pressing TOP MENU/PG in
step 2, playback will start from the selected
title to the following titles.
• When you have selected the play list by
pressing MENU/PL in step 2, only the
selected title will be played back.
Selecting a track from
the menu screen
(PBC off)
No Date Ch Time Title
1 03/12/04 12:15
L 1
L 1
L 1
L 1
L 1
L 1
2 09/12/04 23:05
3 18/12/04 08:17
4 20/12/04 07:47
5 25/12/04 19:38 Mr. Lawrence
Satisfy U
La fleur
The last struggle
free flyer
BOOM!
6 28/12/04 14:20
Recording date
Channel information
Starting time for the title
recording
Title name
No Date Chap Length Title
1 03/12/04 2 0:23:24 Nebula G.
CDJ
Secret Garden
S. Walker
2 15/12/04 4 1:04:39
3 24/12/04 13 0:41:26
4 27/12/04 17 0:09:08
Recording
date
Number of chapters
included in the title
Total playback time for
the title
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 23.
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You can lock the disc tray to prevent the disc from
being ejected.
Setting
Turn off the DVD player. And while
holding down 7 on the DVD player,
press 0 on the DVD player.
• “LOCKED” appears in the display window on the
DVD player.
Releasing
Follow the same instructions as
those for setting.
• “UNLOCKED” appears in the display window on
the DVD player.
You can program a maximum of 99 tracks or
chapters. The same track or chapter can be
programmed more than once.
7 When a disc is stopped
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly
to display “PROGRAM” in the
display window on the DVD
player.
Example:
Display on the DVD player for a DVD VIDEO
Example:
TV screen for a DVD VIDEO (Program screen)
Locking DVD/CD ejection
CANCEL
CLOCK/
TIMER
PLAY
MODE
REPEAT
3 (play)
F DVD
ON
SCREEN
3D PHONIC
5///2/3
(cursor)/
ENTER
Number
buttons
PREVIOUS
4
AUDIO
VFP
PAGE
ZOOM
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
GROUP/
TITLE
/
DVD player
Playing back a DVD/CD
in the desired order
(Program playback)
Convenient functions of the DVD player
Remote control
mode selector
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
3 Press the number buttons to
program chapters/tracks.
• Refer to “Using the number buttons”
(A page 15).
■Display on the DVD player for DVD VIDEO
• Select a title number, and then a chapter
number.
■Display on the DVD player for DVD AUDIO/
MP3/WMA
• Select a group number, and then a track
number.
.
■Display on the DVD player for VCD/SVCD/CD
• Select a track number.
• As you finish the track selection, the total
time for the program playback will be
displayed.
.
Example:
TV screen for a DVD VIDEO (Program screen)
• Before selecting a bonus group of a DVD
AUDIO, cancel the “BONUS” display as
explained in “Playing back the bonus group”
on page 37.
• When you try to enter more than 99
chapters or tracks, “MEMORY FULL”
appears.
• In the case of a VCD, SVCD or CD, when
the total playback time reaches 9 hours 59
minutes 59 seconds, “--:--” will be displayed
in the display window on the DVD player.
NOTE
• Only for a DVD VIDEO, DVD AUDIO, MP3, WMA
disc, if you press ENTER instead of specifying a
track/chapter number, “ALL” is displayed and all of
the tracks/chapters included in the selected group/
title are programmed.
4 Press 3 (play).
• To return to normal playback, press PLAY
MODE repeatedly to turn off “PRGM” (the
upper indicator) in the display window on
the DVD player while the disc is stopped.
The program content will not be erased.
• The following operations erase the program
content.
• Hold down CANCEL until “ALL CLEAR!”
appears in the display window while the
program screen is displayed on the TV
screen (if CANCEL is pressed and
released quickly, programs will be erased
one by one).
• Open the disc tray.
• Turn off the power.
(Only when the setting save function
(A page 34) is not being used)
Title number Chapter number Program number
Title indicator Chapter indicator
Group
number
Chapter
number
Program number
Group
indicator Track indicator
Track number Program number
Track indicator
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7 When a disc is stopped
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press PLAY MODE repeatedly
to display “RANDOM” in the
display window on the DVD
player.
• “RANDOM” will also be displayed on the TV
screen.
3 Press 3 (play).
• The same chapter or track will not be
played back twice.
• To return to normal playback, press PLAY
MODE repeatedly to turn off “RND” (the
upper indicator) in the display window on
the DVD player while the disc is stopped.
• The following operations also cancel
random playback.
• Open the disc tray.
• Turn off the power.
(Only when the setting save function
(A page 34) is not being used)
• The previous track will not be returned to
even if PREVIOUS 4 is pressed
repeatedly during random playback.
(Playback will be returned to the beginning
of the current chapter or track.)
NOTE
• You cannot use the random playback function for
some DVD VIDEOs.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press REPEAT.
• Each time you press the button, the repeat
mode changes.
*1 Repeats the whole program during program playback.
*2 For a DVD VR, “PG” is displayed during original
program playback, and “PL” is displayed during play
list playback.
*3 Repeats the current original program or the current
play list for a DVD VR.
*4 “STEP” is displayed during program/random
playback.
NOTE
• The repeat playback can also be set on the menu
bar. (A “Playing back a specified part repeatedly
(A-B repeat playback)” on page 34)
• For a DVD VIDEO, DVD AUDIO and DVD VR, if the
source is switched to FM/AM or AUX, the repeat
mode will be cancelled.
• The repeat mode will be automatically cancelled if
there is a file that cannot be played back
(A page 49 and 50).
Playing back a DVD/CD
in a random order
(Random playback)
Playing back a DVD/CD
repeatedly (Repeat
playback)
Display on the
TV screen
Display in the display
window on the DVD
player
Usage for the repeat
mode
TITLE
ALL
REPEAT TITLE
Repeats the current
title.
ALL
or REPEAT ALL
ALL
REPEAT ALL
Repeats the whole
disc*1.
GROUP*2
or REPEAT
GROUP
GR
REPEAT GROUP*2
Repeats the current
group*3
.
CHAP*4
REPEAT CHAP*4
Repeats the current
chapter.
TRACK*4
or REPEAT
TRACK
REPEAT TRACK*4
Repeats the current
track.
OFF
or no display
REPEAT OFF Repeat off
(PBC off)
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
You can play back the desired part repeatedly by
specifying a start point (A) and an end point (B).
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ON SCREEN twice.
• The menu bar (A page 39) will be
displayed.
3 Press 2/3 (cursor) to select
.
4 Press ENTER.
5 Press 5// (cursor) to display
.
• Other repeat modes can be selected in this
step. For other repeat modes, refer to
“Playing back a DVD/CD repeatedly
(Repeat playback)” (A page 33).
6 Press ENTER at the start point
of the part to be repeated
(specifying point A).
• The icon on the menu bar will be .
7 Press ENTER at the end point of
the part to be repeated
(specifying point B).
• The icon on the menu bar will be .
will appear in the display window on the
DVD player and the part between points A
and B will be played back repeatedly.
• A-B repeat playback can be cancelled by
following the operations below.
• Press 7.
• Select and press ENTER twice.
(Select .)
NOTE
• You can use A-B repeat playback only within the
same title or track.
• You cannot use A-B repeat playback during
program playback, random playback or repeat
playback.
• You cannot use the A-B repeat playback function for
some DVD VIDEOs.
You can save the settings for program playback,
random playback or repeat playback so that the
settings are activated even after the DVD player is
turned off and then on again.
Combining this function with the playback timer
(A page 45), you can make a variety of playback
settings.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER.
• The current settings for program/random/
repeat playback will be stored.
Display on the DVD player
NOTE
• To cancel the setting save function, press CLOCK/
TIMER again.
• Opening the disc tray also cancels the setting save
function.
• Resume playback does not work when the settings
for program/random/repeat playback are saved. For
example, if the program playback settings are saved
and F DVD is pressed to turn off the DVD player
during playback, pressing F DVD to turn on the
DVD player again and pressing 3 (play) starts
playback of the first programmed track/chapter.
Conversely, if the program playback settings are not
saved and 3 (play) is pressed after the DVD player
is turned on, the resume playback function operates
and playback starts from the point where the disc
was stopped.
• For a JPEG/ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc, you
can use the setting save function for repeat
playback only.
Playing back a specified
part repeatedly
(A-B repeat playback)
(PBC off)
OFF
A-
A-B
A-B
OFF
Saving the playback
settings for next time
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 31.
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This part explains the operation with displays of a
DVD VIDEO as examples.
You can use discs of other types in almost the
same manner.
7 When a disc contains subtitles and is played
back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press SUBTITLE.
• Each time you press the button, the subtitle
will toggle between on and off.
3 Press 5// (cursor) to select a
subtitle language.
4 Press ENTER.
• The subtitle language setting will change
automatically in a few seconds even if
ENTER is not pressed.
NOTE
• You can use this function with the menu bar
(A page 39).
• For a language code such as “AA”, refer to
“Language codes” (A page 53).
7 When a disc contains multiple audio
languages and is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press AUDIO.
• Each time you press the button, the audio
language will be changed. Also, the audio
language can be changed by pressing 5//
(cursor).
3 Press ENTER.
• The audio language setting will change
automatically in a few seconds even if
ENTER is not pressed.
NOTE
• You can use this function with the menu bar
(A page 39).
• For a language code such as “AA”, refer to
“Language codes” (A page 53).
• “ST”, “L” and “R” displayed when playing back a
VCD, SVCD or DVD VR respectively represent
“Stereo”, “Left sound” and “Right sound”.
• For a DivX disc, only the number of the language is
displayed on the TV screen.
Selecting the subtitles
(only for moving image)
TV screen
Example:
Selecting the audio
language
TV screen
Example:
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
7 When a scene containing multi-view angles is
played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ANGLE.
• Each time you press the button, the angle
will be changed. Also, the angle can be
changed by pressing 5 // (cursor).
3 Press ENTER.
• The angle setting will change automatically
in a few seconds even if ENTER is not
pressed.
NOTE
• You can use this function with the menu bar
(A page 39).
7 When a disc is played back or paused
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ZOOM.
• Each time you press the button, the picture
magnification will be changed.
3 Select the portion you want to
magnify by using 5///2/3
(cursor).
• To return to normal playback, select “ZOOM
OFF” in step 2.
NOTE
• For a JPEG, you cannot change the picture
magnification during slide-show playback.
• During ASF playback, there may be a case where
5///2/3 (cursor) does not work in step 3.
Selecting the view angle
(only for moving image)
TV screen
Example: TV screen
Magnifying the picture
(ZOOM)
(only for moving image)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 31.
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7 When a disc is played back or paused
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press VFP.
• The current setting will appear on the TV
screen.
• The “GAMMA” setting adjusts the
brightness of neutral tints while maintaining
the brightness of dark and bright portions.
• The “SHARPNESS” setting adjusts the
screen sharpness.
3 Press 2/3 (cursor) to select
VFP mode.
• Selecting “NORMAL” is suitable for normal
usage, and selecting “CINEMA” is suitable
for a dark room. When selecting “NORMAL”
or “CINEMA”, proceed to step 8.
• Selecting “USER1” or “USER2” enables
you to make detailed adjustment in step 4
and the later steps.
4 Press5// (cursor) to select an
item to be adjusted.
5 Press ENTER.
6 Press 5// (cursor) to change
the value.
7 Press ENTER.
• To adjust other items, go back to step 4.
8 Press VFP.
NOTE
• If no operation is made for several seconds during
the procedure, the settings made so far will be
automatically stored.
• “VFP” stands for “Video Fine Processor”.
There are some DVD AUDIOs with a special
group, called “bonus group”, recorded.
NOTE
• You can use this function when “BONUS” lights up
in the display window on the DVD player.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press GROUP/TITLE
repeatedly to select a bonus
group.
• “KEY_ _ _ _” appears on the TV screen,
and in the display window on the DVD
player.
3 Press the number buttons to
enter the pin code (4 digits).
• The method of obtaining a pin code differs
depending on the disc.
4 Press ENTER.
• When the correct pin code is entered,
“BONUS” disappears and the playback of
the bonus group starts.
• If an incorrect pin code is entered, try
entering the correct pin code again.
Adjusting the picture
quality (VFP)
GAMMA
TV screen
Example:
Playing back the bonus
group
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
Some DVD AUDIOs may have pictures called
B.S.P. (Browsable Still Pictures). The pictures can
be viewed as if you are turning pages.
NOTE
• You can use this function when “B.S.P.” lights up in
the display window on the DVD player.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press PAGE.
• Each time you press the button, the still
picture will be changed. You can also switch
the picture using 5// (cursor).
3 Press ENTER.
• The picture setting will change
automatically in a few seconds even if
ENTER is not pressed.
NOTE
• You can use this function with the menu bar
(A page 39).
The two speakers produce an effect resembling
surround-sound.
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press 3D PHONIC repeatedly to
select the desired sound effect.
Example:
Display on the DVD player
• “ACTION” is suitable for action movies,
sport programs or other lively programs.
• Select “DRAMA” to enjoy a sound effect
with a relaxing, natural atmosphere.
• Select “THEATER” to enjoy a sound effect
as if you were watching the movie in a
theater.
• Select “3D PHONIC OFF” to cancel 3D
PHONIC. (initial setting)
NOTE
• 3D PHONIC is effective for both the speakers and
headphones.
• If noise is produced or sound is distorted, select “3D
PHONIC OFF ”.
• When 3D PHONIC is activated, analog playback is
selected automatically, and “DVD-ANALOG” is
displayed in the display window on the receiver.
Canceling 3D PHONIC returns to “DVD-DIGITAL”
automatically. When a DVD AUDIO is played back,
signals are converted into analog signals regardless
of whether 3D PHONIC is activated or canceled.
• You cannot use this function for some DVD
AUDIOs.
• When 3D PHONIC is activated, the CC
CONVERTER function will be cancelled
automatically. (A page 17)
• For an ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc, 3D
PHONIC does not work and creates no sound effect
even when “ACTION”, “DRAMA” or “THEATER” is
displayed.
Browsable still pictures
(B.S.P.)
TV screen
Example:
Creating realistic sound
(3D PHONIC)
This indicator lights up when 3D PHONIC is
activated.
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 31.
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7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ON SCREEN twice.
• “ON SCREEN” will appear in the display
window on the DVD player. The status bar
and the menu bar will appear on the TV
screen.
Example:
When a DVD VIDEO is loaded
3 Press 2/3 (cursor) to select an
item to be operated.
4 Press ENTER.
• The selected function can be set. For the
setting content, refer to “Function list”.
(A page 40)
• The currently active function is shown in
blue.
• To turn off the menu bar, press ON
SCREEN.
Information displayed on the status bar
DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO/DVD VR (the example
below is for a DVD VIDEO)
VCD/SVCD/CD/ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc
(the example below is for a CD)
NOTE
• The playback status has the same meaning of the
mark on the on-screen guide (A page 28).
Using the status bar and
the menu bar
Status bar
Menu bar
(DVD VIDEO)
Current title number
(DVD AUDIO)
Current group number
(DVD VR)
Current original
program number (PG)/
current play list
number (PL)
Time Playback
status
(DVD VIDEO/DVD VR)
Current chapter number
(DVD AUDIO)
Current track number
Sound
signal type
0:25:58
Playback mode status
(VCD/SVCD/CD)
Current track number
(ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 disc)
Repeat mode status
Time Playback
status
Convenient functions of the DVD player (continued)
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
Function list
For functions with no description of the operation,
press 5// (cursor) to select and press ENTER to
determine the function.
Designating the time (Time search)
7 When a disc is played back
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press ON SCREEN twice.
• The menu bar will appear (A page 39).
3 Press 2/3 (cursor) to select
.
4 Press ENTER.
5 Input the time using the number
buttons (1-9, 0).
Example:
When you want to play back a DVD VIDEO
from the position of (0 hour) 23 minutes 45
seconds, press the buttons in the order:
• You can skip the minute and second
setting.
• If the incorrect value is input, press 2
(cursor) to delete the values and input
values again.
6 Press ENTER.
• To turn off the menu bar, press ON
SCREEN.
NOTE
• This function does not work for a DVD VIDEO with
no time information recorded.
• This function does not work during program
playback or random playback.
• For a CD, you can use this function any time.
• For a VCD or SVCD, you can use this function
during playback without the PBC function.
• Time search for a DVD VIDEO is from the beginning
of the title. Time search for a DVD AUDIO is from
the beginning of the track being played back. Time
search for a VCD, an SVCD and a CD is as follows:
• When the disc is stopped, time search is from the
beginning of the disc.
• When the disc is being played back, time search
is within the track currently being played back.
Time display
selection
Changes the time information in the
display window on the DVD player and
the status bar. Each time ENTER is
pressed, the display will be changed.
DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO (operating
during playback)
TOTAL: Elapsed playback time of the
current title/group.
T.REM: Remaining time of the current
title/group.
TIME : Elapsed playback time of the
current chapter/track.
REM : Remaining time of the current
chapter/track.
DVD VR (operating during playback)
TOTAL: Elapsed playback time of the
current title/group.
T.REM: Remaining time of the current
title/group.
CD (operating during playback)/VCD/
SVCD
TIME : Elapsed playback time of the
current track.
REM : Remaining time of the current
track.
TOTAL: Elapsed playback time of the
disc.
T.REM: Remaining time of the disc.
Repeat mode
A page 33
Time search
A on the right
Chapter search
(DVD VIDEO/DVD
VR)/Track search
(DVD AUDIO)
Selects a chapter/track. Press the
number buttons to input the chapter/
track number and press ENTER.
Examples:
Audio language/
Audio (DVD VIDEO/
DVD AUDIO/VCD/
SVCD)
A page 35
Subtitle language
(DVD VIDEO/DVD
VR/SVCD)
A page 35
View angle (DVD
VIDEO/DVD AUDIO)
A page 36
Page switch (DVD
AUDIO)
Switches the browsable still pictures
(B.S.P.) recorded on a DVD AUDIO.
(A page 38)
TIME
CHAP
TRACK
. /
5: 24:
5 2 4
1/ 3
PAGE -/-
2 3 4 5 .
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 31.
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The initial settings of the DVD player can be
changed with the preference screen according to
the environment where the DVD player is used.
NOTE
• The top and bottom of the preference screen may
not be displayed on a wide TV. Adjust the picture
size on the TV.
7 When a disc is stopped or no disc is loaded
(“NO DISC” is displayed)
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to DVD.
2 Press SET UP.
• The following screen will be displayed on
the TV.
• Proceed with operations by following the
description on the TV screen.
NOTE
• If the selected language is not recorded on the disc,
the optimum language set for the disc will be
displayed.
• For a language code such as “AA”, refer to the
“Language codes” (A page 53).
SET UP
Number
buttons
Remote control
mode selector
5///2/3
(cursor)/
ENTER
Basic operations
LANGUAGE
Items Contents
MENU
LANGUAGE
Selects the language for the DVD VIDEO
menu screen.
AUDIO
LANGUAGE
Selects the audio language for the DVD
VIDEO.
SUBTITLE
Selects the subtitle language for the DVD
VIDEO.
ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE
Selects the language displayed on the
preference screens.
Changing the initial settings with the preference screen
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs
PICTURE
* When using the supplied XV-EXA10, make sure
that “DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT” is set to “PCM
ONLY”.
PICTURE
Items Contents ( : initial setting)
MONITOR
TYPE
16 : 9 :
For an ordinary wide TV.
:
For a TV with conventional 4:3 aspect ratio.
When a wide screen picture is input, the black
bars appear on the top and bottom of the
screen.
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 picture will not be
shown on the screen. (If the disc is not
compatible with Pan Scan, the picture will be
displayed at the Letterbox ratio.)
PICTURE
SOURCE
Select an item suitable to the video source.
:
The video source type (a video or film) is
automatically selected.
FILM:
To view a film or video recorded with the
progressive scan method.
VIDEO:
To view a normal video.
SCREEN
SAVER
Select the Screen Saver mode between /
OFF (Screen Saver activates when there is no
operation made for about 5 minutes since a
still picture was last displayed).
FILE TYPE Select an item suitable to the file type.
:
For MP3/WMA files.
STILL PICTURE:
For JPEG files.
VIDEO:
For ASF/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 files.
4 : 3 LB (Letterbox)
AUTO
ON
AUDIO
AUDIO
Items Contents ( : initial setting)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUTPUT*
Select the output signal type suitable to the
equipment connected to the DIGITAL OUT
terminal (a decoder-built-in amplifier or
other digital equipment with an optical
input terminal). Refer to “List of
relationships of DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
preference items and output signal”
(A page 43).
:
Equipment corresponding only to linear PCM.
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM:
Dolby digital decoder or equipment having the
same function.
STREAM/PCM:
DTS/Dolby digital decoder or equipment
having the same function.
DOWN MIX Select the signal suitable to the equipment
connected to the DIGITAL OUT terminal.
Set “DOWN MIX” only when “DIGITAL
AUDIO OUTPUT” is set to “PCM ONLY”.
DOLBY SURROUND:
Dolby Pro Logic decoder-built-in equipment.
:
Ordinary audio equipment.
D (Dynamic).
RANGE
COMPRESSION
To correct the difference between high
volume and low volume when playing back
with low volume (only for a DVD recorded
with Dolby digital).
:
The D. RANGE COMPRESSION function
automatically works.
ON:
The D. RANGE COMPRESSION function
always works.
OTHERS
Items Contents ( : initial setting)
RESUME Select /OFF. (A page 29)
ON SCREEN
GUIDE
Select /OFF. (A page 28)
AV
COMPULINK
MODE
This item is currently not used. (This is
provided for future use.)
DivX
REGISTRATION
The DVD player has its own registration
code. You can confirm the registration
code, when necessary. Once you have
played back a disc in which the registration
code is recorded, the registration code of
the DVD player is overwritten for copyright
protection.
PCM ONLY
STEREO
AUTO
ON
ON
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List of relationships of DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT preference items and output signal
NOTE
* Copyright-protected DVD AUDIOs do not output signals.
• Among DVD VIDEOs without copyright protection, there may be some DVD VIDEOs that output a 20 or 24 bit
signal through the digital audio output terminals.
• To produce the sound from the loaded disc in the DVD player, select “PCM ONLY”. Otherwise the receiver does
not detect the signal and no sound is produced. (The initial setting is “PCM ONLY”.)
Playback disc
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT preference
PCM ONLY DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM STREAM/PCM
48 kHz, 16/20/24 bit
Linear PCM DVD VIDEO
96 kHz linear PCM DVD VIDEO
48 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM
48/96/192 kHz,
16/20/24 bit linear PCM DVD AUDIO*
48 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM
44.1/88.2/176.4 kHz,
16/20/24 bit linear PCM DVD AUDIO* 44.1 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM
DTS DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO* 48 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM DTS bit stream
DOLBY DIGITAL DVD VIDEO/DVD
AUDIO*
48 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear
PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL bit stream
VCD/SVCD/CD 44.1 kHz, 16 bit stereo linear PCM/48 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
DTS CD 44.1 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM DTS bit stream
MP3/WMA/DivX disc 32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
Changing the initial settings with the preference screen (continued)
For the locations of the remote
control buttons, refer to page 41.
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Playing
back
DVDs/CDs/Listening
to
the
sound
of
other
audio
equipment
Connect the other audio equipment to this system
in advance (A page 12).
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press AUX to select
“AUX-DIGITAL” or “AUX”.
• Each time you press AUX, the display on
the receiver toggles between
“AUX-DIGITAL” and “AUX”.
• The source changes to the signal from the
AUX terminals.
• You can also use SOURCE SELECT on the
receiver to select the signal from the AUX
terminals as the sound source.
3 Begin playback on the other
audio equipment.
• For details on beginning playback, refer to
the manual of the connected equipment.
4 Adjust the volume and the
sound quality of the system
(A page 16).
NOTE
• When no equipment is connected to the DIGITAL IN
AUX terminal or the power of the connected
equipment is off, after “AUX-DIGITAL” is selected,
the display changes to “AUX-D UNLOCK”.
Adjust the sound input level of the audio
equipment
You can adjust the sound input level of audio
equipment connected to the AUX terminals.
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press AUX to select “AUX”.
• Each time you press AUX, the display on
the receiver toggles between
“AUX-DIGITAL” and “AUX”.
• The source changes to the signal from the
AUX terminals.
3 Hold down MEMORY until the
input level is displayed.
• Each time you hold down the button, the
input level switches as follows:
LEVEL1 STORED: For normal use.
(initial setting)
LEVEL2 STORED: To correct distorted
sound caused by an
extremely high input
level from other
equipment.
AUX
MEMORY
3 (play)
Remote control
mode selector
Listening to the sound of other audio equipment
Listening to the sound of other audio equipment
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Set the clock beforehand. (A page 15)
1 Slide the remote control
mode selector to
RECEIVER.
2 Press CLOCK/TIMER.
Display on the receiver
• If you accidentally pressed CLOCK/TIMER
twice or more, press CLOCK/TIMER
repeatedly until the display shown above is
displayed.
3 Press SET.
4 Set the starting time and ending
time with 2, 3 (cursor), and
then press SET.
Example:
Display on the receiver when setting the
starting time to 8:45
Display on the receiver when setting the
ending time to 9:45
• Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select the value
and press SET to set the value.
• You can use the number buttons instead of
2 or 3 (cursor). Refer to “Using the
number buttons” (A page 15).
5 Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select
“ONCE” or “WEEKLY”, and
then press SET.
ONCE The playback timer works once.
WEEKLY The playback timer works
weekly or every day.
6 Press 2 or 3 (cursor) to select
the desired day of the week, and
then press SET.
• Each time you press 2 or 3 (cursor), the
display changes as follows.
When “ONCE” is selected
When “WEEKLY” is selected
Using the playback timer
2/3
(cursor)
F AUDIO
CLOCK/
TIMER
SLEEP
CANCEL
SET
Number
buttons
Remote control
mode selector
(The playback timer works every day.)
(The playback timer
works Monday to
Saturday.)
(The playback timer
works Monday to
Friday.)
Timer
Timer
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