CHANGING THE INITIAL SETTING (video CD only)
Push the "Set Up" switch on the screen and then the initial setting screen will appear. You can also display the screen by pushing the "SET UP" button on the controller. You can change the initial setting. (See "CHANGING THE INITIAL SETTING" on page 213 in this Section for details.)
After the setting is done, the player plays from the beginning of the chapter or the track.
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2. "RAND" switch (au
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Folder and file names will appear on the screen when the "DVD" button is pushed.
The details of the specific switches, controls, and features are described below.
1. "RPT" switch
When the "RPT" switch is pushed while a track is played, the track file will be played repeatedly until the switch is pushed again. When the switch is pushed for at least 0.8 seconds, all the files in a folder will be played repeatedly. To turn off repeat play mode, push the switch again.
2. "RAND" switch
When the "RAND" switch is pushed, the files in a current folder will be played in random order. When the switch is pushed for at least 0.8 seconds, all the files in the disk will be played in random. To turn off random play mode, push the switch again.
3. "SCAN" switch
When the "SCAN" switch is pushed, all the files in a current folder will be scanned. Only the first 10 seconds of each file are played sequentially until all the files are scanned. When the switch is pushed for at least 0.8 seconds, the first 10 seconds of each initial file of all the folders in the disk will be played sequentially until the entire initial files are scanned. To stop scanning, push the switch again.
When the switch is pushed, the initial file of the next folder will be played.
When the switch is pushed, the initial file of the previous folder will be played.
6. "DETAIL" switch
When the switch is pushed while a track is played, the detailed file information of the track will be displayed.
You can adjust the and brightness of the
Push the "DISPLAY" ler and the "Display"
The screen may turn sunlight. This is not
After adjusting the screen, push the "ENT" button or "DISPLAY" button to return to the previous screen.
Operate the joystick up and down to select Brightness, Contrast, Tone, or Color and left and right to make adjustments.
- or "Red"
+ or "Green"
Weakens the contrast
Strengthens the contrast
Weakens the tone
Strengthens the tone
Strengthens the red color
Strengthens the green color
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—DVD video disc information
DVD PLAYER AND DVD VIDEO DISCS
This DVD player conforms to NTSC color TV formats. DVD video discs conforming to other formats such as PAL or SECAM cannot be used.
Region codes: Some DVD video discs have a region code indicating where you can use. If the DVD video disc is not labeled "ALL" or "1", you cannot use it in this DVD player. If you attempt to play an inappropriate DVD video disc in this player, "REGION CODE ERROR" appears on the screen. Even if the DVD video disc does not have a region code, in some cases you cannot use it.
Marks shown on DVD video discs:
Indicates NTSC format of color TV.
Indicates the number of audio tracks.
Indicates the number of language subtitles.
Indicates the number of angles.
Indicates the screen to be selected. Wide screen: 16:9 Standard: 4:3
Indicates regions in which this video disc can be played. ALL: all countries Number: region code
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