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1 PDV D (DE) PDV D (GB) PDV D (FR) PDV D (ES) PDV D (IT) PDV D (NL) PDV D (PT) PT NL IT ES FR GB DE BENUTZERHANDBUCH USER MANUAL MANUEL D UTILISATION MANUAL DEL USUARIO MANUALE PER L'UTENTE GEBRUIKSHANDLEIDING MANUAL DE INSTRUÇÕES

2 Table of contents 1 Safety instructions Product properties Controls Remote control Connecting the DVD player Connecting to a television set Connecting to an amplifier Connecting to an external A/V source Connecting headphones Power supply unit Car adapter Rechargeable battery pack Connecting the rechargeable battery pack Charging the battery pack Removing the rechargeable battery pack Disc information Compatible disc formats Using discs Playback operation System settings Glossary Trouble-shooting Specifications

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4 1 Safety instructions Thank you for choosing our product. Please read this manual carefully and observe all safety and operating instructions. Store the manual in a safe place for later reference. Caution Please note that the device may not be used while the vehicle is in motion. It may only be used when the vehicle is parked! When operating the device in a vehicle, make sure that it does not inhibit the driver's forward or rear view and that it does not interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle. Otherwise injuries or accidents may result. The driver must not operate the device or look at the screen while driving. Never expose the device to rain, moisture or humidity. Malfunctions, damage and electric shocks can occur as a result. Do not open the casing of the device under any circumstances, and do not attempt to repair or modify the device. Do not use the mains cable for other devices. Malfunctions, damage, electric shocks and fires can occur as a result. Do not place the device near the airbag in the vehicle, thus avoiding functional disorders. When the airbag deploys, the device or accessories may be flung through the vehicle and thus can cause injuries and accidents. The device must not overheat. Malfunctions, damage, smoke and fires can occur as a result. When connecting the device to other electric devices, always follow the manufacturer's instructions. Adhere to the terminal connexion diagram to avoid damage, and connect the power plug last. Make sure that no cables are laying loosely and that cable ends with bare wires do not touch any metal objects. Replace the rechargeable lithium batteries only with batteries of the same or a similar type. If the wrong type of rechargeable batteries is used, there is a risk of explosion. Place the device in a secure spot where it cannot shift or fall. If used in a vehicle, the device must be securely fastened to avoid injuries or accidents resulting from the device shifting or falling down. 3

5 The device is a class 1 laser product. The corresponding label is located on the rear side of the device. When the housing has been opened and the lock is not engaged, visible laser radiation can escape. Avoid looking into the laser beam by all means. During a thunderstorm, disconnect the device from the mains. Do not use the device during a thunderstorm. Malfunctions, damage and electric shocks can occur as a result. Do not use the device if there is visible damage to it. Accidents, fires and electric shocks can occur as a result. Immediately contact the seller from whom you bought the device. Do not open the device. The device does not contain any parts that can be serviced by the user. In case of malfunctions or damage, maintenance or repair work may be required. All maintenance and repair should be conducted by qualified service technicians only. Install the cables so that they do not present an obstacle to operating the vehicle or to getting into or out of the vehicle. Make sure that no cables can accidentally wrap around the steering wheel, the pedals or any passenger's feet. Tie the cables together. If operating the device inside a vehicle, do not set the volume level too high so that you are still able to hear sounds occurring on the inside and outside of your vehicle. Otherwise accidents can occur. Make sure that the cables are not damaged, stretched or twisted and that no short circuits occur. This could lead to electric shocks and fires. Install the cables in such a way that they do not come in contact with any movable parts. Do not install any cables near heaters and do not place any heavy objects on them. Make sure that no objects or fluids can penetrate into the device though openings or venting slots. This could lead to short circuits, damage, electric shocks and fires. Do not place any objects that contain liquids, such as vases, on top of the device. 4

6 Note The mains voltage must correspond to the operating voltage of the device indicated on the device housing. If you are not sure what the mains voltage is, please find out from your local electric power company. Ensure adequate air circulation around the device. Do not place the device on soft furniture, carpets or other materials while in operation, as this may restrict the air from properly circulating around the device. Shelves and cupboards are also not suitable locations for operating the device. Use only accessories specified or supplied by the device manufacturer. This also applies to any attachments and fasteners. Before connecting electrical devices to the DVD player, you must make sure that the device you want to connect as well as the DVD player are turned off and disconnected from the mains. Connect the device only to mains sockets that are properly earthed (protective earth). Do not use any discs that are burred, scratched, bent or broken, that are damaged or deformed in any other way or that are of poor quality. Do not play any discs of a wrong format. For example, if you assign the extension.cda to a file that does not, in fact, have this format, a very loud sound may be played that can damage speakers. Do not touch the TFT LCD screen with your bare hand. Do not place any heavy objects on top of the device. Otherwise malfunctions or damage may result. Do not expose the remote control to direct sunlight. This may cause malfunctions or the batteries to leak. When cleaning the device, do not use any volatile substances, such as solvents, to avoid damaging the surface. Clean the device only using a soft, dry cloth. Keep the device in a clean, dry location where it is not exposed to direct sunlight. Disconnect the power plug from the socket when you do not use the device for an extended period of time. Remove the batteries from the remote control when you do not use the device for an extended period of time. 5

7 Note DVD players and discs are coded by region. Your DVD player will only play back discs whose region code matches that of the player. The region code of your DVD player is 0 (code-free). Note on copyrights This device is equipped with technology for the protection of copyrights that is protected by patents in the United States of America and by other laws regarding the protection of intellectual property. Use of this copyright protection technology must be approved by Macrovision. This approval is granted exclusively for personal use and other limited visual presentations, unless Macrovision has expressly permitted a more extensive use. Reverse engineering and disassembly are forbidden. 6

8 2 Product properties Excellent sound quality: Dolby Digital technology ensures outstanding sound. AV In: Input for external audio and video signals. Can be connected to a variety of external AV sources. AV Out: Analogue audio/video output. Playable formats: DVD, CD, Picture CD, MP3 and DivX On-screen menu in English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian. Special playback functions: Multiple forward and rewind speeds. Search for a point in time during playback by entering the timecode information. Remember the last playback position and resume playback when turned on without opening the disc cover. Special functions: Multiple display formats and camera perspectives, zoom in/zoom out, multilingual subtitles High resolution: More than 500 lines of horizontal resolution with MPEG-2. Parental control: Blocking of certain scenes or entire discs. Switchable power supply unit: Automatic adjustment to different voltages in different countries. Docking terminal: The device is equipped with a docking terminal on its bottom side for connexion to a docking station. This allows you to easily connect the device to a variety of peripheral devices with minimal space requirements. 7

9 Accessories 1 x remote control 1 x battery for remote control 1 x operating manual 1 x mains cable with power supply unit 1 x audio/video cable 1 x rechargeable battery pack 1 x car adapter 1 x carrying bag Note on copyrights Accessories and their corresponding part numbers are subject to change without notice due to technological progress. 8

10 3 Controls Front view 1. TFT LCD screen 2. Loudspeaker 3. +/ button To change the selection level 4. MODE button To change the display format, brightness, contrast, colour 9

11 5. ZOOM button 6. SETUP button To display the DVD settings 7. TITLE button To display the title menu of the disc 8. MENU button To display the disc menu 9. /, / button / : To select menu objects / : fast forward/rewind during playback 10. /, / button / : To select menu objects / : Jump to next/previous chapter 11. OK button 12. Stop button 13. Playback/Pause button 14. A-B loop button 15. Display for charge state of rechargeable battery 16. Power supply indicator lamp 17. Sensor for remote control 18. Disc cover 19. Button for opening the disc cover 10

12 Right view 1. Volume controller 2. Headphone jack 3. Audio In/Out and for optical digital output jack 4. Video In/Out jack 5. DVD/AV IN switch 6. Power supply jack (9.5 V DC) Left view 1. Power on/off switch 11

13 Bottom view 1. Connection for rechargeable battery 2. Docking terminal The device is equipped with a docking terminal on its bottom side for connexion to a docking station. This allows you to easily connect the device to a variety of peripheral devices with minimal space requirements. When you connect your portable DVD player to a docking station, it turns into a full-fledged desktop device. 12

14 4 Remote control 1. On/Off button (PWR) 2. INFO button Displays or hides detailed information about the disc in the device. 3. TITLE button Shows the title menu if the disc contains subtitles. 4. Direction buttons Used in the selection of menu objects 5. ENTER button Activates the selection 13

15 6. SETUP button Shows the menu for the DVD player settings. 7. Numerical buttons (0-9) To select the corresponding number 8. button To jump to the beginning of the current track or chapter or, if pressed twice, to the beginning of the previous track or chapter. 9. button To jump to the beginning of the next track or chapter 10. SUBT button To select a language for subtitles (if available on disc) or turn off the subtitles 11. ANGLE button To select different camera perspectives (if available on disc) 12. A-B button Enables you to repeat playback of the section between points A and B. Press this button once to set point A. Press the button a second time to set point B. Press this button during looped playback to exit the loop mode. 13. ZOOM button To cycle through the zoom levels. Use the direction buttons ( ) to shift the picture while zooming. 14. REP button To repeat a chapter, track, title or the entire disc. 15. MENU button While in playback mode, to display the menu of the DVD currently inserted in the player on the screen. 16. PAUSE button To pause playback. Press the PLAY button to resume playback. Pressing the PAUSE button twice stops playback. 17. STOP button Press this button once to pause playback. When you press PLAY, playback will resume. Press this button twice to stop playback. 18. PLAY button To start playback: 19. GOTO button Enables you to select a position (time, track or title) at which to start playback. 14

16 button Enables you to enter a number higher than 9 by subsequently pressing the desired single digit. 21. button Activates fast forward during playback. 22. button Activates fast rewind during playback. 23. SLOW button Activates playback in slow motion. 24. AUDIO button Enables you to select a different playback language (if available on disc). Inserting the battery (remote control) Place the remote control on a plain surface and insert the battery as described below: 1 Pull out the battery compartment in the direction of the arrow. 2 Insert the new battery (with plus side up). 3 Push the battery compartment back into the remote control. Use only batteries of the type CR2025 with a voltage of 3V. Under normal conditions (room temperature), a battery last for about one year. 15

17 Using the remote control Aim the remote control straight at the sensor of the player. The distance to the player should not be greater than 5m, and the angle should not exceed 60. The inappropriate use of the battery can lead to overheating, explosion, fire and injuries. Leaking batteries can damage the remote control. Do not expose the remote control to direct sunlight. The battery must not be recharged, deformed, disassembled or overheated. Do not throw the battery into water or fire. Replace discharged batteries immediately. 16

18 5 Connecting the DVD player The DVD player, the television set and any other electric devices to be connected to the DVD player must be switched off and disconnected from the mains. Observe the colour coding when connecting audio and video cables. 5.1 Connecting to a television set Audio/video connectors Using the audio/video cables, connect the DVD player to the A/V inputs of the television set as shown in the illustration below. 17

19 5.2 Connecting to an amplifier Prior to connecting the DVD player to an external audio device, read the operating instructions for the respective device. Connect the DVD player to the A/V amplifier as shown in the illustration below. 18

20 5.3 Connecting to an external A/V source Using the audio/video cables, connect the DVD player to the A/V signal source (for example, DVD or video recorder) as shown in the illustration below. Then set the DVD/AV IN switch to AV IN. Note When external audio signals are received during DVD playback, this can lead to disturbing noise in the loudspeakers. If this is the case, disconnect the audio cable. 19

21 5.4 Connecting headphones Connect the headphones to the headphone jack on the right side of the device. The loudspeakers are automatically deactivated. 5.5 Power supply unit The DVD player is delivered with a power supply unit. Connect the power supply unit as described below: Connect the power supply cable to the DC 9.5V IN jack on the right side of the device as shown below. Connect the power plug to an earthed socket. The power supply indicator lamp lights up red. Note 1. Turn off the DVD player before you unplug the mains cable from the socket. 2. When the DVD player operates on mains power, the LCD screen lights up brighter than when it operates on battery power. 20

22 5.6 Car adapter Use the supplied car adapter to operate the DVD player in a vehicle. Connect the adapter cable as shown below to the mains terminal of the DVD player and the cigarette lighter of the vehicle. Note 1. The driver must not operate the device or look at the screen while driving. 2. Position the device in a way that ensures an uninhibited view. 3. Remove the rechargeable battery pack before connecting the device using the car adapter. 4. If possible, disconnect the car adapter cable while starting the vehicle. 21

23 6 Rechargeable battery pack A rechargeable lithium ion battery is included in the scope of delivery of your portable DVD player. This battery is connected on the rear side of the device. Fully charge the battery before you use the device for the first time. Normally it takes about five hours for the battery to be charged. When the rechargeable battery is fully charged, you can operate the device with it for about three hours. However, the actual operating time also depends on the disc you use. Fully charge the battery when it will not be used for an extended period of time. Notes on using rechargeable batteries: When using a new rechargeable battery, fully charge it prior to use. Use rechargeable batteries only in temperatures between 0 C and 40 C. Do not throw the battery into water or fire. Do not expose rechargeable batteries to high temperatures or direct sunlight. Ensure adequate air circulation around the device. Do not place the device on soft furniture, carpets or other materials while in operation, as this may restrict the air from properly circulating around the device. Do not short-circuit the contacts of a rechargeable battery. Do not disassemble the rechargeable battery. Remove the battery pack when it is fully charged. While the battery is being charged, the battery status indicator lamp lights up red; when the battery is fully charged, the lamp lights up green. Remove the rechargeable battery pack when it is not used. When the state of charge reaches a low level, the symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. About five minutes later the DVD player turns off automatically. Caution Do not touch the battery's terminals with any metal objects. This would cause the battery to go to standby mode. Connect the DVD player with the battery connected to a voltage supply source to exit the standby mode. 22

24 6.1 Connecting the rechargeable battery pack Connect the rechargeable battery pack as described below: 1. Place the DVD player with the bottom side up on a plain, clean surface. 2. Hold on to the device with one hand. Position the battery's plastic pins so that they are aligned with the matching notches on the DVD player, and push the battery inside the device until it audibly locks into place. 6.2 Charging the battery pack Charge the rechargeable battery as described below: 1. Connect the battery to the DVD player. 2. Connect the power supply unit that is supplied with the device to the DC 9.5V IN power jack on the right side of the device. 3. Connect the power plug to an earthed socket as shown in the illustration below. 23

25 6.3 Removing the rechargeable battery pack Fully charge the battery and remove it from the device when it will not be used for an extended period of time. Even a device that is turned off uses small amounts of electricity in standby mode which ultimately discharges the battery. Turn off the DVD player before you remove the rechargeable battery as described below: 1. Push the battery's locking mechanism forward with one hand and, using the other hand, pull out the battery as shown in the illustration below. 2. Store the battery in a suitable location when it will not be used for an extended period of time. Note Remove the rechargeable battery when you use the car adapter for power supply. 24

26 7 Disc information 7.1 Compatible disc formats DISC LOGO Diameter 12 cm Running time/sides/ layers 133 min (SS-SL) 242 min (SS-DL) 266 min (DS-SL) DVD 484 min (DS-DL) 41 min (SS-SL) 8 cm 75 min (SS-DL) 82 min (DS-SL) CD MP3 JPEG 12 cm 8 cm 12 cm 12 cm 150 min (DS-DL) 74 min 20 min 600 min DivX 12 cm The discs' mode of operation depends on the manufacturer. Observe the corresponding notes for the respective disc. 25

27 7.2 Using discs Handling When inserting or removing a disc, do not touch the surface (see illustration). Cleaning Fingerprints and other contaminations can reduce the quality of the sound and the video. Use a soft, clean cloth for cleaning that can be moistened with a neutral, diluted cleaning agent if the disc is very contaminated. Do not wipe in circular motion (risk of static noises); instead, always wipe from the centre of the disc toward the outer edge (see illustration). CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE TURNING ON THE DVD PLAYER FOR THE FIRST TIME. Caution Do not use low-quality discs to avoid damaging the lens. 26

28 8 Playback operation Getting started 1. Connect the device to a mains socket using the power supply unit that is delivered with the device. 2. Pus the POWER ON/OFF switch on the left side of the device to the ON position. The device's power supply indicator lamp lights up green, and a welcome screen is displayed. 3. Press the OPEN button, insert a disc with the printed side facing up, and close the disc cover (see illustration). 4. The DVD player automatically starts with the playback. 5. Adjust the volume to the desired level using the VOLUME controller on the right side. 6. Press the PWR button on the remote control. The DVD player switches to standby mode and the power supply indicator lamp lights up red. 27

29 General buttons MODE button To change brightness, contrast or colour. Adjust the values using the + and buttons. If you hold down the button for 1-2 s, the aspect ration toggles between 16:9 and 4:3 (see illustration). ZOOM button A-B button For DVDs the image size is successively changed to the following values compared to the normal size: 2x, 3x, 4x, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4. For JPEG discs, first press the ZOOM button; this allows you to successively increase the image size to 125 %, 150 % and 200 % using the button or to successively decrease the image size to 75 % and 50 % using the button. This function is not available for CDs. Enables you to repeat playback of the section between points A and B multiple times while a disc is playing. Press this button once to set point A. Press the button a second time to set point B and start the looped playback. When you press this button during looped playback, you exit the loop mode. This function is not available for JPEG discs. 28

30 DVD playback Start playback PAUSE / STOP / MENU button Insert a disc. The DVD player automatically starts with the playback. In the initial menu, select the desired option using the buttons. Then press ENTER on the remote control or OK on the DVD player. Press this button once (during playback) to pause playback. Press this button a second time to resume playback. Press this button once (during playback) to stop playback; to resume from the same position, press (PLAY on the remote control). Press this button a second time to end playing back the disc altogether. Press this button once (during playback) to display the menu on the screen. Press this button a second time to resume playback. In menu mode, select the desired option using the buttons (0-9 on the remote control). Then press OK on the DVD player or ENTER on the remote control. Press this button once to jump to the beginning of the current track or chapter. Press this button a second time to jump to the beginning of the previous track or chapter. 29

31 button button button INFO button AUDIO button SUBT button To jump to the beginning of the next track or chapter. Press this button once to fast-forward. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the forward speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. Press this button once to rewind. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the rewind speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. Press this button once to display detailed information about the disc in the player. Press this button repeatedly to cycle through the following information: Single Elapsed Track */N Time Single Remain Track */N Time Total Elapsed Track */N Time Total Remain Track */N Time Display Off During playback the available audio streams are enabled successively (DVDs can contain up to eight audio streams; e. g., for multiple languages). During playback, allows you to select a language for subtitles or to turn subtitles on/off. DVDs can contain up to 32 subtitle tracks. By pressing this button repeatedly, you call up the following settings: SUBTITLE 1/N: Subtitle 1 is displayed. SUBTITLE 2/N: Subtitle 2 is displayed. SUBTITLE */N: Subtitle * is displayed. SUBTITLE OFF: No subtitles. N represents the total number of subtitle tracks included. 30

32 Note This function is only available for DVDs that contain multiple subtitle tracks. REP button GOTO button To repeat a chapter, a title or the entire disc. Enables you to select a position (time, track or title) at which to start playback. Move the light yellow bar to the desired option using the buttons. Confirm with ENTER (remote control) or (DVD player). Title: To select a specific title: Using the numeric keys (0-9), you can change the first digit directly. Chapter: To select a specific chapter: Using the numeric keys (0-9), you can change the first digit directly. Audio: To select an audio option (e. g., Dolby Digital). Subtitle: To activate/deactivate the subtitles (on/off). Angle: To set the camera angle. Total Time: Entering a title time using the numeric keys (0-9). Chapter Time: Entering a chapter time using the numeric keys (0-9). Repeat: To repeat a chapter, a title or the entire disc. 31

33 Time Display: To display the elapsed/ remaining time of a chapter or title. Press the GOTO button again to resume normal playback. SLOW button ANGLE button When you press this button, the playback speed is successively reduced to 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 and 1/16 of the normal forward speed and then reverses. To resume playback at the normal speed, press PLAY on the remote control or on the DVD player. Pressing this button cycles through the camera perspectives available for the particular scene (see illustration). This function is only available for DVDs that contain recordings of multiple camera perspectives. TITLE button The content of a DVD is often divided into several titles that contain multiple menus. If you press the TITLE button during playback, the title menu is displayed. Using the buttons (or 0-9 on the remote control), you can select the desired title or the desired option. Confirm with ENTER. 32

34 CD playback PAUSE / STOP / button button REP button button button Press this button once (during playback) to pause playback. Press this button a second time to resume playback. Press this button once (during playback) to stop playback; to resume from the same position, press (PLAY on the remote control). Press this button a second time to end playing back the disc altogether. Press this button once to fast-forward. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the forward speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. Press this button once to rewind. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the rewind speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. To repeat a track or all tracks in sequence. Press this button once to jump to the beginning of the current track or chapter. Press this button a second time to jump to the beginning of the previous track or chapter. To jump to the beginning of the next track or chapter. 33

35 GOTO button INFO button Enables you to select a position (time or track) at which to start playback. During CD playback the following options are displayed successively: Disc Go To:--:-- Track Go To:--:-- Select Track:--/N (N is the number of tracks on the disc) You can select the desired option directly using the buttons 0-9 on the remote control. Press this button once to display detailed information about the disc in the player. Press this button repeatedly to cycle through the following information: Note * represents the number of the track played. N represents the number of tracks on the disc. AUDIO button To cycle through the following sound effects: Mono Left Mono Right Mix-Mono Stereo Hold down the button for about 2 s to close the display window. 34

36 MP3 playback 1. Insert an MP3 disc. The DVD player automatically starts with the playback. 2. The root folder and various subfolders are displayed. Select a folder using the buttons on the remote control. Confirm your selection using one of the following buttons:, ENTER, PLAY on the remote control, or, OK on the DVD player. 3. The screen switches to display the selected subfolder. Select a file using the buttons on the remote control. Confirm your selection using one of the following buttons: ENTER on the remote control, or on the remote control or the DVD player. 4. Press the button to return to the previous folder. You can also move the light yellow bar to the icon. Confirm your selection using one of the following buttons: ENTER on the remote control, or on the DVD player. PAUSE / STOP / button Press this button once (during playback) to pause playback. Press this button a second time to resume playback. Press this button once (during playback) to stop playback; to resume from the same position, press (PLAY on the remote control). Press this button a second time to end playing back the disc altogether. Press this button once to fast-forward. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the forward speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. 35

37 button button button INFO button REP button Press this button once to rewind. Pressing this button repeatedly will increase the rewind speed successively to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x and then reset it to normal speed. To jump to the previous page. To jump to the next page. Press this button once to display detailed information about the disc in the player. Press this button a second time to close the display window. This function is only available in folder mode. Press this button once to play back the content of a file/folder in loop mode. Press this button repeatedly to cycle through the following options: Shuffle Random Single Repeat One Repeat Folder Shuffle: Repeatedly plays back the files of the current folder in a random order. Random: Plays back the files of the current folder in a random order. When all files have been played, playback is stopped. Single: Plays back only the current file. Repeat One: Plays back the current file repeatedly. Repeat Folder: Repeatedly plays back all files of the current folder in the original order. This function is available only in normal playback mode, and not in repeat mode. 36

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