Polaroid Portable DVD Player PDV 0560M User Manual

5.6” Portable DVD Player  
Model: PDV-0560M  
Operations Manual  
20040917  
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Important Safety Instructions  
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT  
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS  
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.  
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is  
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous  
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be sufficient to constitute  
a risk of electric shock to persons.  
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the  
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)  
instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.  
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,  
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.  
POWER SUPPLY:  
Connect the supplied adapter to the side of the attached LCD display in the slot marked  
with “DC12V In”. Use the supplied power cord to connect the jack marked “DC12V Out”  
on the side of the attached LCD screen and the jack marked with “DC12V In” on the  
side of the player, then plug the two-prong end of the power cord to an AC100-240V  
outlet. If you have difficulty inserting the plug, turn it over and reinsert it. If the unit will  
not be used for a long time, disconnect the plug from the outlet.  
NOTE:  
Before plugging the power cord into an AC outlet, make sure that all the connections  
have been made.  
CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only.  
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that  
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer to  
service manual for servicing instructions.  
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Important Safety Instructions  
1. Read these instructions.  
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS  
2. Keep these instructions.  
3. Heed all warnings.  
4. Follow all instructions.  
5. Do not use near water.  
6. Clean only with dry cloth.  
7. Do not block any ventilation  
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT  
2. DANGER: Visible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or  
defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.  
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user service-able  
parts inside the unit. Leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.  
This unit complies with FDA regulation for radiation control of laser products.  
openings. Maintain well ventilated conditions around the product. Do not put  
product on bed, sofa or anything that blocks ventilation. Install in accordance with  
the manufacturer’s instructions.  
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or  
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.  
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized. A polarized plug has two blades  
with one wider than the other. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,  
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.  
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,  
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.  
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.  
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer,  
or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the  
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.  
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of  
time.  
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the  
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is  
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the  
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has  
been dropped.  
15. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with  
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.  
Copyright Protection  
Unauthorized copying, broadcasting, public performance, and lending of disks are  
prohibited. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is  
protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property  
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this  
copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and  
is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized  
by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.  
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Characteristic Features  
ESP Function  
About this player  
Built-in electronic shock protection (ESP)  
circuitry.  
This player incorporates a DVD player,  
color LCD screen display, 2 channel  
stereo audio output functions.  
When used in a vehicle, this player can  
be powered with the 12VDC car  
adapter.  
AV Function  
This player can be connected to  
external AV inputs.  
Advanced Features  
High Quality Properties  
Compatibility  
High Resolution  
Plays DVD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW,  
PICTURE CD and MP3 discs.  
Particular Performance  
MPEG2 decoding format achieves more  
than 500 lines of horizontal resolution.  
Excellent Sound  
Multi-speed, fast forward, fast backward,  
slow play and repeat playback.  
Search By Time  
Build-in Dolby decoder to output digital  
audio signal for high quality sound  
reproduction.  
Search for a certain time on a disc.  
Last Memory Playback  
Screen  
5.6’ Color TFT LCD screen presents a  
high resolution picture and supports 4:3  
aspect ratios.  
In power on status, memorizes and  
continues playing from place stopped  
(only available for DVD, CD disc).  
Special Functions  
Supports  
multi-angle  
and  
extra  
language caption.  
Video Out  
Standard video output.  
Audio Out  
Audio output terminal for connection to  
audio amplifiers.  
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Disc Information  
Disc Formats Supported By This Player  
PLAYBACK TIME/  
PLAYABLE SIDES  
DISC LOGO  
DIAMETER  
133 min  
242min  
266min  
484 min  
(SS-SL)  
(SS-DL)  
(DS-SL)  
(DS-DL)  
12cm  
DVD  
12cm  
74min  
CD  
8cm  
20min  
600min  
MP3  
12cm  
The operating method of some DVD discs is specified by the software maker. Please  
refer to the instruction manual of the disc. The DVD player will play most recordable  
(CD-R) or erasable (CD-RW) CDs, but playback of CD-R or CD-RW discs created on a  
computer requires proper formatting and finalization of the disc for audio playback.  
Some computers and/or software programs may not be capable of creating compatible  
discs.  
Care of Discs  
Cleaning of Discs  
Do not touch the playing surface of the  
compact disc.  
If a disc has fingerprints or dust on it,  
lightly wipe the disc with soft cloth (or  
similar) from the center of the disc  
outward in a radial manner.  
Do not stick paper or labels on the disc.  
Storage of Discs  
Never use record cleaning sprays,  
benzene, thinner, static electricity  
prevention liquids or any other solvents  
to clean your discs.  
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight.  
Do not place discs near water or in  
dusty place.  
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Description DVD Player  
Front View  
Open the cover to view the fashionable design of the unit:  
1. OPEN button  
7. STOP button  
Press to open the disc tray.  
2. TITLE button  
Press to stop playback.  
8. PLAY/PAUSE button  
Press once to pause playback.  
Press again to resume playback.  
9. Remote sensor  
Press to display title menu (if present)  
on the disc.  
3. REV button  
Press to search backward.  
4. FWD button  
Receives the signal from the remote  
control.  
Press to search forward.  
5. PREV SKIP button  
Press to return to the previous menu or  
chapter/track.  
10. Indicators  
During DVD playback, lights green.  
Under standby mode, lights red.  
11. Direction buttons (ꢄ ꢅ ꢆ ꢇ)  
Use ꢄ ꢅ ꢆ ꢇ buttons to select menu  
items.  
6. NEXT SKIP button  
Press to skip to the next menu or next  
chapter/track.  
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Description-DVD Player  
12. OK button  
Right View  
Press to confirm selections in the menu.  
13. MENU button  
Press to turn the menu on/off.  
14. Disc tray cover  
Press the OPEN button to open the tray  
for loading disc.  
1. Headphone/speaker volume knob  
Use to adjust the volume of the  
headphone and speakers.  
15. Speakers  
Produce high quality sound.  
16. Bright adjusting button  
Press to adjust the brightness of the  
LCD screen.  
2. Headphone jack  
Connection for the headphone. When  
the headphone is plugged in, the built-in  
speakers will be turned off.  
17. Contrast adjusting button  
Press to adjust the contrast of the LCD  
screen.  
3. Audio input/output jack  
Under AV IN mode, this jack is for audio  
input.  
18. Color adjusting button  
Press to adjust the color of the LCD  
screen.  
Under AV OUT mode, this jack is for  
audio output.  
19. LCD screen  
4. Video output/input jack  
Under AV IN mode, this jack is for video  
input.  
Designed with TFT LCD display, clearly  
show the data on discs.  
Under AV OUT mode, this jack is for  
video output.  
Left View  
5. AV IN’ and AV ‘OUT’ Switch  
Switch to AV “IN” position to put the unit  
into audio/video input mode.  
Switch to AV “OUT” position to put the  
unit into audio/video output mode.  
6. Direct current input jack  
12V DC power input socket.  
1. Headphone input jack  
Connection for the headphone. When  
the headphone is plugged in, the built-in  
speakers will be turned off.  
2. POWER ON/OFF switch  
Switch the power of the player on or off.  
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Remote Control  
Correct use of the Remote Control  
Point the remote control at the unit from  
no more than about 5 feet from the  
remote control sensor and within about  
60 degrees of the front of the unit. Do  
not place objects between the remote  
control unit and the remote control  
sensor.  
Use Of Remote Control  
Preparation of remote control  
Remove the battery compartment in the  
direction of the arrow. Place the lithium  
battery in the battery compartment.  
Make sure the polarity matches the  
marks inside the compartment. Insert  
the compartment into the remote.  
Under normal use the battery will last for  
about one year. If the remote control unit  
fails to work even when it is operated  
near the player, replace the battery.  
Take out the battery when the remote is  
not used for a long time.  
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Remote Control  
Remote Control Drawing  
1. POWER button  
4. Direction buttons (▲ ▼ ◄ ►)  
Press to put the unit into standby mode.  
Press again to put the unit into working  
mode.  
Use ▲ ▼ ◄ ► to select menu items.  
5. ENTER button  
Press to begin the playback.  
Press to confirm the items or setting.  
2. INFO button  
Press for detailed information on the  
disc playing.  
6. SETUP button  
Press repeatedly to remove information  
from screen.  
Press to access the DVD player’s setup  
menu.  
3. TITLE button  
7. 0-9 number buttons  
Press to display title menu if present on  
the disc.  
Select track numbers.  
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Remote Control  
8. PREV button  
17. STOP button  
Press to skip to the previous  
track/chapter.  
Press once to stop playback and then  
press the PLAY button to resume  
normal playback.  
9.NEXT button  
Press the button twice to stop playback  
completely.  
Press to skip to the next track/chapter.  
10. SUBT button  
18. PLAY button  
When a DVD is playing, press to select  
a subtitle language or the turn subtitle  
off.  
Press to begin playback.  
19. GOTO button  
Press to select the desired disc starting  
time, chapter or title.  
11. ANGLE button  
Press to access various camera angles,  
if the DVD disc contains multiple  
camera angles.  
20. +10 button  
Select track numbers greater than 9.  
12. A-B button  
21.FWD button  
Press to mark a segment to repeat  
between A and B.  
Press to search forward.  
22.REV button  
13. ZOOM button  
Press to search backward.  
Press to cycle through zoom function.  
23. SLOW button  
14. REP button  
Press to activate slow forward or slow  
rewind.  
Press to repeat a track, chapter, title or  
all content.  
24. AUDIO button  
15. MENU button  
Press to turn of/off the menu.  
Press to access various audio  
Languages, if the DVD disc contains  
multiple audio languages.  
16. PAUSE button  
Press to pause playback.  
Press the PLAY button to resume  
normal playback.  
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System Connections  
Do not connect the power to the unit until all audio and video connections have been  
made. Switch AV IN/OUT to AV/OUT mode for playing discs. Connect the audio/video  
output jacks to the corresponding jacks on the TV, amplifier or speaker.  
Connecting to TV  
Connections should be made as follows:  
Connecting to an Amplifier  
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System Connections  
Connecting to Audio/Video Sources  
Move the switch “AV IN/OUT” to “IN” position on the right panel to put the unit into  
audio/video input mode.  
Use the audio cable to connect the AUDIO socket of your DVD player with the audio  
output socket of external AV signal source.  
Put one plug of the video cable into the VIDEO socket at the player’s side. Put the  
other plug into the video output socket of external AV signal source.  
Connecting to Power Adapter  
The player is supplied with a switching power adapter. Connections should be made as  
follows:  
Connect the rabbit joint end of the AC adapter to the power cord. Connect the AC  
adapter to the side of the DVD player in the slot marked “DC+12V”. Plug the power  
cord into an electrical socket. See the below figure:  
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System Connections  
Connecting To Car Adapter  
You can use Car Adapter in a vehicle:  
1. This player can be powered with a car adapter. (The car adapter is included)  
2. Connect the Car Adapter Power Plug into the unit’s Power Jack and the other end  
into the Vehicle Cigarette Lighter Socket:  
Note: Make sure the unit and the car adapter are not connected when starting the car.  
Do not leave the battery attached when using the car adapter.  
Connecting To Headphones  
Plug the headphone connector into the headphone jack on the right side of the DVD  
player. See the below figure:  
Excessive loud usage of headphones could damage your hearing.  
Turn down the volume before you connect the headphones and then raise the  
volume to suit your level.  
When the headphone is plugged in, the unit’s external speakers will be turned off.  
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About Rechargeable Battery  
Normally the player is powered by connecting it to an AC power supply using the  
adapter. When used as a portable player outdoors or when traveling, the unit comes  
with a lithium ion rechargeable battery that attaches to the bottom of the player. You  
can enjoy the DVD player wherever you are.  
Usage of the Rechargeable Battery  
1. Turn the player upside down on a smooth,  
clean surface. Fit the battery so that the  
battery contacts and the five plastic tabs  
are aligned with the matching contacts and  
tab recesses on the player.  
2. With one hand on the player to prevent it  
from moving, push the battery pack on to  
the player then slide the Battery Pack  
toward the front of the player until you hear  
it click and lock into place.  
3. Plug the Power Adapter into the player’s  
DC-IN 12 V Jack (located on Right Side of  
player). Plug the other end of the Power  
Cord into a household wall power outlet.  
4. The properties of the rechargeable battery are: 7.4 Volts, with a capacity of  
2300mAh, interior lithium ionic electric protection for recharge and discharge.  
5. A fully charged battery will play a DVD with the LCD screen on for about 2 hours.  
6. If the battery loses power, an indication on the screen will warn you. When this  
happens, switch off the player. Otherwise, the player will turn off automatically  
within a few seconds.  
7. If the battery is not used, it will discharge gradually in about a month.  
8. Charging time is normally about 4 hours.  
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About Rechargeable Battery  
Detaching Battery Pack  
Important Note: Detach battery when not in use for an extended period of time to  
prolong the battery’s service life.  
1. Press the tab towards the front of the unit.  
Hold the tab in the up position.  
2. Gently slide the Battery Pack toward the back of the Unit.  
Carefully lift the Battery Pack from your player.  
Working conditions and precautions  
New batteries should be fully charged before initial use.  
If you don’t plan on using the battery for an extended period of time and keep it in a dry  
and cool place.  
Battery should only be used and charged when temperatures are between 32-95F.  
Maintain well-ventilation conditions around the product, avoid heat.  
Never heat the battery or put the battery in fire.  
Never put the battery in water.  
Don’t use metal to link positive pole to negative.  
Do not open the battery. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.  
Do not charge the battery pack more than 8 hours as it could reduce its service life.  
Detach the battery pack when not in use.  
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Disc Play Operations  
Basic operation  
Load the disc into the disc tray with the  
label side up, see the figure below.  
Load the disc as shown in order not to  
damage the player or the disc.  
Preparation  
After the connections have been made,  
turn on the relevant equipment and  
select the desired video input before  
playback.  
Open the LCD screen  
Press the button on the main panel, lift  
the LCD screen upward.  
Turn on the player’s power  
Turn on the player’s power by switching  
the POWER switch on the side of the  
player to “ON”. When power is on, the  
player will search the disc automatically,  
if there is a disc loaded, the player will  
start to play it automatically.  
Close the disc tray cover so that it clicks.  
Playback will start automatically.  
During DVD playback, depending on  
discs, it will start playback directly or  
there will be a DVD menu or title menu  
displayed on the screen.  
POWER  
OFF  
ON  
||| |||  
During CD disc playback, the unit will  
play the tracks in sequence.  
Press OPEN button on front panel to  
open the disc cover.  
OPEN  
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Disc Play Operations  
DVD PLAYBACK  
During playback, press the COLOR,  
CONTRAST and BRIGHT buttons on  
the front panel of the DVD player to  
adjust the picture.  
Region Code  
This  
manufactured to respond to the region  
management information that is  
player  
is  
designed  
and  
During  
playback,  
rotate  
the  
recorded on a DVD disc. If the region  
code described on the DVD disc does  
not correspond to the region code of this  
player, this player cannot  
earphone/speaker volume knob to  
increase and decrease the volume.  
VOLUME  
play this disc. The region  
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code of this player is “4”.  
To interrupt playback press the STOP  
button once.  
Menu  
Normally there is a selecting menu in a  
DVD disc. You can use the MENU  
button to enter the selecting menu  
directly, and use the direction buttons to  
highlight the item you would like and  
press the ENTER button to select it.  
STOP  
Press the OPEN button on the front  
panel to open the cover and take out the  
disc. Switch the POWER switch to the  
OFF position. (Turn off the relevant  
power supply)  
Title & Chapter  
Normally there are several titles in a  
DVD disc, and also there are several  
chapters in a title. Press the TITLE  
button to access the title menu and  
select any one of titles or chapters  
quickly by using the Number buttons to  
enter the number of the chapter.  
Warning: Bad quality discs may  
damage the lens.  
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Disc Play Operations  
MP3 Playback  
Audio  
Open the cover and load a MP3 disc in  
and close the cover. The screen  
displays the MP3 player:  
There are up to  
8
kinds of audio  
languages in a DVD disc. When you  
play a multi-language DVD disc, press  
the AUDIO button on remote control to  
select a different audio language.  
00:00  
00:00  
001/010  
MP3_01  
Subtitle  
MP3_02  
MP3_03  
MP3_04  
MP3_05  
The DVD player can support up to 32  
kinds of subtitles. When you play a  
multi-subtitle disc, press the SUBTITLE  
button on remote control to select  
different subtitle.  
Use the / direction buttons to  
select the desired folder. Press the  
ENTER button to enter it.  
For example, use the /direction  
buttons to choose the Folder 1, press  
the ENTER to enter it. Now the tracks  
inside are displayed.  
Angle  
The DVD player supports multi-angle  
function. Multi-angle means that  
a
scene is shot from more than one angle  
so that audience can watch from  
different angles. If there are multiple  
angles in a scene, you can use the  
ANGLE button to select the desired  
angle.  
00:00  
00:00  
001/010  
\ MP3_01\  
--  
MP3  
MP3  
MP3  
101  
102  
103  
104  
MP3  
Use the /direction buttons to  
choose the desired track, press the  
PLAY or the ENTER button to begin the  
playback.  
CD Playback  
The player will play all tracks for CD  
discs continuously in default status. You  
can press the and (PREV/NEXT  
SKIP) buttons or number buttons to  
select a certain track.  
Press the STOP button to stop the  
playback. And then press the PLAY  
button, the playback will start from the  
beginning of the current track.  
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Disc Play Operations  
Press the direction button to return  
Picture Rotation  
to the root menu.  
Pictures can be flipped and rotated  
while they are displayed. Once another  
picture is selected, rotating function will  
be turned off.  
JPEG Playback  
JPEG is a common picture format that  
requires very little storage per image  
There are four rotational modes  
available. Use the direction buttons to  
choose:  
with  
a
low loss rate in resolution.  
Hundreds of pictures can be stored on a  
disc in this format. In order to create  
digital albums from film pictures, have  
your film developer make a ”PICTURE  
CD”, in JPEG format.  
UP  
Flip Vertical  
DOWN Flip Horizontal  
WLEFT  
Rotate Counter Clockwise  
XRIGHT Rotate Clockwise  
Normal Playback  
Zoom of Picture  
Load a JPEG disc in. After reading the  
disc, the OSD will display the menu.  
Press the ENTER button to enter the  
menu. Use /direction buttons to  
choose the folder, use the X button to  
enter the picture folder. Use the /▼  
direction buttons to choose the desired  
item and then press the ENTER button  
to begin the playback.  
ZOOM button is used to turn on/off  
zoom and move function.  
When the zoom function is turned on,  
use the fast forward or reverse scan  
button to zoom in and out. Use the  
direction buttons to pan around on the  
image. Press the STOP button to  
activate preview mode. Press the  
MENU button to return to the root menu.  
(Many discs have other items besides  
pictures.)  
Note: Due to the various ways JPEG  
discs are made, some images can only  
be played normally with no rotate or  
zooming functions.  
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Playback Functions  
Stop  
A-B Repeat  
During CD, DVD playback, press the  
STOP button on the remote control to  
stop playing. Press the PLAY button and  
then the player will resume play from the  
point where it stopped. Pressing the  
STOP button twice will stop the unit  
completely. Pressing the PLAY button  
again will play the disc from the  
beginning.  
Use the A-B button to repeat a section A  
to B. During playback, press it once to  
set the starting point A, then a second to  
set the ending point B, and the third time  
to cancel repeat.  
A
B
During MP3 playback, press the STOP  
button to stop the playback. And then  
press the PLAY button, the playback will  
start from the beginning of the current  
track.  
Fast Forward & Rewind  
Press the button to jump forward in  
discrete steps of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x or 32x  
normal playing speed.  
Likewise, press the button will allow  
you to jump backward in discrete steps  
of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x or 32x normal playing  
speed.  
Pause  
Press the PAUSE button on the remote  
to pause. Press the PLAY button to  
resume normal playback.  
During any fast forward or backward  
playback status, press the PLAY button  
to resume normal playback.  
Repeat  
During  
CD  
playback,  
repeatedly  
pressing the REPEAT button will display  
a menu as follows: Track and All.  
During MP3 playback, repeatedly  
pressing the REPEAT button will display  
a menu as follows: Single, Repeat One,  
Repeat Folder, Folder, Shuffle and  
Random.  
Slow Playback  
During VCD disc playback, continuously  
press the SLOW button to start slow  
forward playback in discrete steps of 1/2,  
1/4, 1/8, 1/16 or normal playing speed.  
During DVD playback, continuously  
press the SLOW button to slow forward  
or rewind in discrete steps of 1/2, 1/4,  
1/8, 1/16 or normal playing speed.  
During DVD playback, repeatedly  
pressing the REPEAT button will display  
a menu as follows: Chapter, Title and  
All.  
Some discs do not support this function.  
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Playback Functions  
Normal playback is resumed when you  
press the PLAY button.  
When the picture is enlarged, use the  
direction buttons to pan up, down, left  
and right.  
There is no slow playback function for  
CD and MP3 discs.  
There is no zoom function for CD and  
MP3 discs.  
Play  
Press the PLAY button to start playback.  
Press the POWER button on the remote  
control to enter the standby status, and  
press it again to enter playing status. If  
there is no operation for a long time, the  
player will automatically enter screen  
saver status and then enter standby  
status.  
Search By Time  
Use the GOTO button to search by time,  
namely to play from a specific time.  
During DVD playback, press the GOTO  
button once and TV screen will display  
the title or chapter, then you can use  
number buttons to select any one of  
them.  
Disc Information Display  
Press the GOTO button twice and use  
the number buttons to input the desired  
time in sequence of hour, minute,  
second. Press the ENTER button to  
confirm and start playback from the  
input time.  
Press the INFO button on remote  
control to display the relevant disc  
information.  
Zoom  
To enlarge or reduce the picture, press  
the ZOOM button on the remote control.  
Continually pressing the zoom button  
will change the mode accordingly:  
Enlarge x2, enlarge x3 and enlarge x4  
or reduction x1/2, reduction x1/3 and  
reduction 1/4 repeat press the ZOOM  
button on the remote control to resume  
normal playback.  
During CD disc playback, press the  
GOTO button twice, then you can use  
number buttons to input the time you  
desired (hour, minute, second), and the  
player will play from the input time.  
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System Setup  
Setup Menu  
Press the X button to access it.  
In stop status, press the SETUP button  
on the remote control and the TV screen  
will display a main menu. Press the  
SETUP button to exit the setup menu.  
- - General Setup Page - -  
TV Display Wide Normal/PS  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
On Normal/LB  
ENG Wide  
Off  
Screen saver On  
- - General Setup Page- -  
Set TV Display Mode  
TV Display  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
Wide  
On  
ENG  
Off  
Screen Saver  
On  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
Go To General Setup Page  
Use W / X direction buttons to choose  
the item, press the ENTER button or the  
button to enter it.  
Normal/PS Choose this mode when  
your TV set has 4:3 screen format. The  
picture will fill the screen but the right  
and left portion will be cut.  
General Setup  
Use the W / X buttons to select a  
category. Press the ENTER button or  
the to access the submenu. Use  
/direction buttons to select the item  
you want to set: TV Display, Angle Mark,  
OSD Lang, Captions and Screen Saver  
Normal/LB Choose this mode when  
your TV set has 4:3 screen format.  
The picture will appear in its entire width  
but framed by black bars at the top and  
the bottom.  
Wide Choose this mode when using a  
16:9 wide screen TV set.  
TV Display  
Note: During DVD playback, please  
choose the correspond aspect ratio to  
match the DVD disc.  
In the General Setup Page, use the  
/direction button to highlight the  
“TV Display” to bring up the menu.  
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System Setup  
Angle Mark  
In the General Setup Page, use the  
/direction buttons to highlight the  
“Angle Mark.” Press the X button to  
access it.  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
- - General Setup Page - -  
Captions  
TV Display  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
Wide  
On  
In the General Setup Page, use the  
/direction buttons to highlight the  
“Captions” to bring up the menu. Press  
the X button to access it.  
On  
Off  
ENG  
Off  
Screen Saver  
On  
- - General Setup page- -  
Set Angle Mark  
TV Display  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
Screen Saver  
Wide  
On  
ENG  
Off  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
On  
Off  
On  
Closed Caption  
This function is effective only if  
alternative viewing angles are available  
on the disc, Choose “On”, the camera  
symbol appears on the LCD screen as  
soon as various perspectives are  
available on the DVD. Choose “Off” and  
on camera symbol will disappear.  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
Captions: This function is available only  
if your TV’s type is NTSC and the disc  
has hidden captions. You can choose  
captions on or off on screen during  
playback.  
OSD Lang  
In the General Setup Page, use the  
/direction buttons to highlight the  
“OSD Lang” to bring up the menu. Press  
the X button to access it.  
Screen Saver  
- -General Setup Page - -  
In the General Setup Page, use the  
/direction buttons to highlight the  
“Screen Saver” and bring up the menu.  
Press the X button to access it.  
TV Display  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
Wide  
ON  
ENG English  
Off CHINESE  
On FRENCH  
SPANISH  
GERMAN  
Screen Saver  
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System Setup  
Dolby Digital Setup  
- -General Setup Page- -  
When Speaker Setup has been done,  
press the W to return to category. Use  
the X to choose Dolby Digital Setup,  
Press the ENTER or the to enter it.  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set: Dual Mono or  
Dynamic  
TV Display  
Angle Mark  
OSD Lang  
Captions  
Wide  
On  
ENG  
Off  
Screen Saver  
On  
On  
Off  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
On or Off. Press the ENTER button to  
confirm it and return to the last level.  
When On is selected, the player will  
display a screen saver picture after  
playback has stopped for some time.  
Select Off for no screen saver.  
Dual Mono  
In Dolby Digital Setup menu, use the  
/direction buttons to highlight “Dual  
Mono” and bring up the menu. Press the  
X button to access it.  
- - Dolby Digital Setup - -  
Dual Mono  
Dynamic  
Stereo  
L-Mono  
R-Mono  
Mix-Mono  
Speaker Setup  
When General Setup has been done,  
press the W button to return to the  
category menu. Use the X button to  
choose Speaker Setup. Press ENTER  
or to enter it and then use the X to  
enter the menu.  
Dual Mono (1+1) Setup  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
- - Speaker Setup Page - -  
Downmix  
LT/RT  
Stereo  
Dynamic  
In Dolby Digital Setup menu, use the  
/direction button to highlight the  
“Dynamic” and bring up the menu. Press  
the X to access it.  
Set Downmix Mode  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
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System Setup  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
- - Dolby Digital Setup - -  
Dual Mono  
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
FULL  
3/4  
Dynamic  
1/2  
Brightness and Contrast  
1/4  
In Video Setup menu, use the /▼  
direction button to highlight the  
“Brightness, Contrast” and press the X  
to bring up the menu below:  
OFF  
Set DRC to Full  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
Brightness…….  
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Video Setup  
Use the W / X buttons to set the  
brightness and contrast of the picture.  
Press the ENTER button to confirm it  
and return to the last level.  
When Dolby Digital Setup has been  
done, press the W to return to the  
category menu. Use the X to choose  
Video Setup and press ENTER or to  
enter it. Use the /direction buttons  
to select the tem you want to set:  
Sharpness, Brightness or Contrast  
Preference Page  
This function is only available when the  
disc has been stopped. (Press the  
STOP button twice to stop the disc  
playback completely) Press the SETUP  
button to bring up the main menu. Use  
the X button to choose Preference.  
Sharpness  
In Video Setup menu, use the /▼  
direction button to highlight the  
“Sharpness” and bring up the menu.  
Press the X button to access it.  
Press the ENTER button or the  
button to enter it. Use the /▼  
direction buttons to select the item you  
want to set: Audio, Subtitle, Disc Menu,  
Password, Default Reset and Version  
- - Video Setup - -  
Sharpness Low  
Brightness 00  
High  
Medium  
Low  
Contrast  
00  
Audio, Subtitle, Disc Menu Language  
In Preference menu, use the /▼  
direction button to highlight the “Audio,  
Subtitle, Disc Menu” and bring up the  
menu. Press the X button to access it.  
Low  
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System Setup  
- -Preference Page- -  
Audio  
ENG  
English  
Subtitle  
Disc Menu  
ENG French  
ENG Spanish  
Chinese  
Japanese  
Korean  
Russian  
Default  
Version  
Thai  
Preferred Audio Language  
Use the /direction buttons to select  
the item you want to set. Press the  
ENTER button to confirm it and return to  
the last level.  
This function is only available for discs  
that several audio bit streams have  
been recorded onto.  
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System Setup  
direction button to highlight the “Default”  
and bring up the right menu. Press the  
X button to access it.  
Default Reset  
In Preference menu, use the /▼  
direction button to highlight the “Default”  
and bring up the menu. Press the X  
button to access it.  
Version  
SUB.VER  
8032  
03.01.07.03  
00.00.00.03  
03.01.07.03  
40.00.DE.A2  
03.01.07.03  
02.04.02.56  
Servo  
RISC  
- - Preference Setup Page- -  
Audio  
ENG  
ENG  
ENG  
Reset  
Subtitle  
Disc Menu  
Default  
Version  
DSP  
This item is to display software version  
information.  
Load Factory Setting  
Press the ENTER if you want to recall  
the factory settings. All programmed  
settings done so far will be deleted.  
Version  
In Preference menu, use the /▼  
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Carrying Case  
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTACHING YOUR PORTABLE  
DVD PLAYER CASE IN A VEHICLE  
Please read and follow these instructions carefully when attaching this case inside  
your vehicle. For ease of installation, do not place the DVD player into the case  
until after the case is attached inside the vehicle.  
CAUTION  
1. Do not use this DVD Player Case as a swing, car seat, or for any other  
purpose except to hold a DVD player and accessories.  
2. The DVD Player Case is intended for viewing only from the rear seats. Do  
not install or use this product in the front seat of a vehicle.  
3. To reduce the chance of injury in case of collision or a sudden stop:  
Always keep the DVD player strapped securely inside its case while  
the vehicle is moving  
Always keep the DVD player Case securely attached inside the  
vehicle while the vehicle is moving  
Your DVD player can be securely attached in one of the following ways to view movies  
from the rear seats:  
1. Directly behind either the driver or the passenger seat  
2. Between two front bucket seats  
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