User Manual Philips DVP3368X/94 Dvd Player

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Contents

Contents

1 Important

Safety and important notice Trademark Notice

2 Your DVD player

Features highlight Product overview

3 Connect

Connect video cables Connect audio cables Route audio to other devices Connect USB device Connect to power outlet

4 Get started

Prepare the remote control Find the correct viewing channel Select menu display language Turn on Progressive Scan Use Philips EasyLink

5 Play

Play from disc Play video Play music Play photo Play from USB device

6 Advanced features

Create MP3 fi les

7 Adjust settings

General setup Audio setup Video setup Preferences

8 Additional information

Update software Care

9 Specifi cation

10 Troubleshooting

11 Glossary

Recycle notice

This electronic equipment contains a large number of materials that can be recycled or reused if disassembled by a specialized company. If you are disposing of an old machine. please take it to a recycling center.

Please observe the local regulations regarding disposal of packaging materials. exhausted batteries and old equipment.

Copyright notice

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 authorised by Macrovision Corporation. and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorised by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

1 Important

Safety and important notice

Warning

• Risk of overheating! Never install the DVD player in a confi ned space. Always leave a space of at least four inches around the DVD player for ventilation.

Ensure the curtains or other objects never cover the ventilation slots on the DVD player.

Never place the DVD player. remote control or batteries near naked fl ames or other heat sources. including direct sunlight.

Only use this DVD player indoors. Keep this DVD player away from water. moisture and liquid-fi lled objects.

Never place this DVD player on other electrical equipment.

Keep away from this DVD player during lightning storms.

Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device. the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

Visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid exposure to beam.

About Progressive Scan

Consumers should note that not all high defi nition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of 525 or 625 progressive scan picture problems. it is recommended that the user switch the connection to the standard defi nition’ output. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 525p and 625p DVD player. please contact our customer service center.

Important

Trademark Notice

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks. or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries.

DivX. DivX Ultra Certifi ed. and associated logos are trademarks of DivX. Inc. and are used under license.

Offi cial DivX Ultra Certifi ed product.

Plays all versions of DivX ® video (including DivX ® 6) with enhanced playback of DivX media fi les and the DivX Media Format.

Plays DivX video with menus. subtitles and audio tracks.

The USB-IF Logos are trademarks of Universal Serial Bus Implementers Forum. Inc.

HDMI. and HDMI logo and High-Defi nition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.

2 Your DVD player

Congratulations on your purchase. and welcome to Philips! To fully benefi t from the support that Philips offers. register your product at www.philips.com/welcome.

This DVD player offers higher picture quality video play for an amazing viewing experience.

Features highlight

Video upscaling to 1080p You can now watch the DVDs in the highest picture quality available for your HDTV. This DVD player offers full high-defi nition video play up to 1080p resolution for an amazing viewing experience. A highly detailed picture and increased sharpness delivers a more true-to-life picture.

EasyLink EasyLink uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) industry standard protocol to share functionality with all HDMI CEC compliant devices over HDMI. It enables the connected devices to control each other with a single remote control.

Note

EasyLink (HDMI CEC) is only applicable with certain criteria. Terms and conditions may vary by product.

Consult your product dealer for information.

Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability with all HDMI CEC devices.

Screen fi t View the movie in full screen on any TV with this DVD player.

Hi speed USB 2.0 link Simply plug your USB fl ash drive into the USB jack to play your MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX fi les to enjoy the music play in superb sound quality.

Create MP3 fi les Convert your favourite audio tracks from an audio CD into MP3 format. The created MP3 fi les are saved in your USB device.

Region codes

Your DVD player plays discs with the following region codes.

DVD region code Countries

India

Your DVD player

Product overview

Main unit

Turn on the DVD player or switch to standby mode.

Open or close the disc compartment.

Start. pause or resume disc play.

(USB) jack

Connect a USB fl ash drive.

Remote control

Turn on the DVD player or switch to standby mode.

Open or close the disc compartment.

Access or exit the disc menu.

Switch to disc mode.

For VCD/SVCD. turn PBC (Playback Control) on or off in PBC mode.

Navigate through the menus.

Search fast-forward ( B) or fast backward (b). Press repeatedly to change the search speed.

Search slow-forward ( v) or slow backward (V). Press repeatedly to change the search speed.

Return to the previous display menu.

For DVD. navigate to the title menu.

For VCD version 2.0 or SVCD with PBC turned on. return to the menu.

Skip to the previous or next title. chapter. or track.

Press and hold for fast-backward or fast-forward search.

(USB)

Switch to USB mode and display the content.

Select an item to play.

Select DVD or DivX subtitle language.

Fit the picture format to the TV screen.

Zoom in or out of the picture.

Display the current volume level and use (b) or (B) navigation buttons to set the volume level between 0 ~ 20.

Toggle between various repeat modes.

Mark the section for repeat play. or turn off repeat mode.

Select an audio language/channel.

Access the menu to create MP3.

Stop disc play.

+ u (Play/Pause)

Start. pause or resume disc play.

INFO

For disc. display the current status or disc information.

For slideshows. display a thumbnail view of photo fi les.

Confi rm an entry or selection.

Access or exit the setup menu.

Connect

3 Connect

Make the following basic connections to use the DVD player.

Basic connections: Video cables Audio cables

Optional connections: Audio to other devices:

Multi-channel receiver

Digital amplifi er/receiver

Analog stereo system

Note

Refer to the type plate at the rear or bottom of the product for identifi cation and supply ratings.

Before you make or change any connections. ensure that all the devices are disconnected from the power outlet.

Different types of connectors may be used to connect this product to your TV. depending on availability and your needs. A comprehensive interactive guide to help you connect your product is available at www.connectivityguide.philips.com.

Connect video cables

Connect this DVD player to the TV to view disc play.

Select the best video connection that the TV can support.

Option 1: Connect to HDMI jack (for a HDMI. DVI or HDCP-compliant TV).

Option 2: Connect to component video jacks (for a standard TV or Progressive Scan TV).

Option 3: Connect to video (CVBS) jack (for a standard TV).

Note

You must connect this DVD player directly to a TV.

Option 1: Connect to HDMI jack

HDMI IN

HDMI OUT

Connect a HDMI cable (not supplied) to the HDMI OUT jack on this DVD player and the HDMI input jack on the TV.

Use a HDMI-DVI adaptor in case the TV has only a DVI connection.

Note

If the device supports HDMI CEC. you can control compliant devices with a single remote control (see chapter Use Philips EasyLink’).

This type of connections provide best picture quality.

Option 2: Connect to component video jacks

Pb COMPONENT VIDEO IN

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Pr

Connect the component video cables (not supplied) to the Y Pb Pr jacks on this DVD player and the component video input jacks on the TV.

If a progressive scan TV is used. you may turn on the progressive scan mode (see chapter Turn on Progressive Scan’ for details).

The component video input jacks on the TV may be labeled as Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr or YUV.

This type of connection provides good picture quality.

Option 3: Connect to video (CVBS) jack

VIDEO IN

1 Connect a composite video cable (supplied) to the TV OUT jack on this DVD player and the video input jack on the TV.

The video input jack on the TV may be labeled as A/V IN. VIDEO IN. COMPOSITE or BASEBAND.

This type of connection provides standard picture quality.

Connect audio cables

Connect the audio from this DVD player to the TV to allow sound output through the TV.

AUDIO IN

FRONT L

FRONT R

1 Connect the audio cables (supplied) to the AUDIO OUT FRONT L/R jacks on this DVD player and the audio input jacks on the TV.

Connect

Route audio to other devices

Route the sound from this DVD player to other devices to enhance audio play.

Connect to multi channel receiver

FRONT R REAR R SUBWOOFER

FRONT L REAR L CENTER

FRONT R REAR R SUBWOOFER

FRONT L REAR L CENTER

MULTI CHANNEL AUDIO IN

1 Connect the audio cables (not supplied) to the AUDIO OUT (FRONT L/R. REAR L/R. CENTER and SUBWOOFER) jacks on this DVD player and the audio input jacks on the device.

You can optimize the audio output (see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Audio Setup ] > [ Analog Output ]) for details.

Connect to digital amplifi er/receiver

DIGITAL IN

COAXIAL

DIGITAL OUT

1 Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) to the COAXIAL/DIGITAL OUT jack on this DVD player and the COAXIAL/DIGITAL input jack on the device.

You can optimize the audio output (see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Audio Setup ] > [ Digital Audio ]) for details.

Connect to analog stereo system

AUDIO IN

FRONT L

FRONT R

1 Connect the audio cables (supplied) to the AUDIO OUT FRONT L/R jacks on this DVD player and the audio input jacks on the device.

You can optimize the audio output (see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Audio Setup ] > [ Analog Output ]) for details.

Connect USB device

1 Connect the USB fl ash drive to the (USB) jack on this DVD player.

Note

This DVD player can only play/view MP3. WMA. DivX or JPEG fi les that are stored on such devices.

Press to access the content and play the fi les.

Connect to power outlet

Warning

Risk of product damage! Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on the back or the underside of the DVD player.

1 Connect the power cord to the power outlet.

The DVD player is ready to be set up for use.

Get started

4 Get started

Prepare the remote control

1 Push to open the battery compartment cover.

2 Insert two R03 or AAA batteries type with correct polarity (+/-) as indicated.

3 Close the battery compartment.

Caution

Remove batteries if they are exhausted or if the remote control is not to be used for a long time.

Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline. etc.).

Batteries contain chemical substances. they should be disposed of properly.

Navigate through the menu

1 Point the remote control directly at the remote sensor on this DVD player and select the desired function.

2 Use the following buttons on the remote control to navigate through the on-screen menus.

Button Action v V Move up or down.

OK Confi rm a selection.

Enter numbers.

Find the correct viewing channel

1 Press 2 to turn on the DVD player.

2 Turn on the TV and switch to the correct video-in channel.

You may go to the lowest channel on the TV. then press the Channel Down button on the TV remote control until you see the Video In channel.

You may press ° button repeatedly on the TV remote control.

Usually this channel is between the lowest and highest channels and may be called FRONT. A/V IN. VIDEO. etc..

See the TV user manual on how to select the correct input on the TV.

If the audio output of this DVD player is routed to other audio device (such as audio system or receiver). turn on the audio device to the appropriate audio input channel. Refer to the device user manual for details.

Select menu display language

Note

You can skip this setting if this DVD player is connected to a HDMI CEC compliant TV. It switches automatically to the same OSD menu language as per your TV setting.

1 Press SETUP. [ General Setup ] menu is displayed.

2 Select [ OSD Language ]. then press B.

Auto Standby

DivX(R) VOD Code

OSD Language

Disc Lock

Sleep Timer

General Setup

English

Auto (Eng)

The language options are different depending on your country or region.

It may not correspond to the illustration shown here.

3 Press vV to select a language. then press OK.

You can set the default language for DVD audio and disc menu. see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Preferences ] for details.

Get started

Turn on Progressive Scan

Connect a progressive scan TV with component video jacks (see chapter Connect video cables - Option 2: Connect to component video jacks’ for details).

1 Turn on the TV to the correct viewing channel for this DVD player.

2 Press SETUP.

3 Press V to select [ Video Setup ].

4 Select [ Progressive ] > [ On ]. then press OK.

A warning message is displayed.

Video Setup

Picture Setting

TV Display

TV System

Progressive

HD JPEG

HDMI Setup

5 To proceed. select [ OK ] and press OK.

The progressive setup is complete.

Note

If a blank/distorted screen is displayed. wait for 15 seconds for the auto recover.

If no picture displayed. turn off the progressive scan mode as follows: 1) Press Z to open the disc compartment.

2) Press the numeric button 1’.

6 To exit the menu. press SETUP.

7 You can now turn on the progressive scan mode on the TV (see the TV user manual).

Note

The progressive scan setting will not be available when the HDMI video signal is detected.

During play. when progressive scan mode is on for both this DVD player and the TV. distorted picture may display. Turn off the progressive scan feature on both this DVD player and the TV.

Use Philips EasyLink

The DVD player supports Philips EasyLink. which uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) protocol. EasyLink compliant devices that are connected through HDMI connectors can be controlled by a single remote control.

Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability with all HDMI CEC devices.

1 Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on the TV and other connected devices. See TVs/ devices manual for details.

2 You can now enjoy the following Philips EasyLink controls.

One-touch play

When you press the STANDBY button. it turns on the TV and this DVD player. then video disc play starts.

To enable One-touch play. a video disc must be placed in the disc compartment before operation.

One-touch standby

When you press and hold the STANDBY button. all connected HDMI CEC devices switch to standby mode simultaneously.

The default setting for EasyLink features is on. You can change the default setting. see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Video Setup ] > [ HDMI Setup ] > [ EasyLink Setup ] for details.

Play

5 Play

Play from disc

Note

DVDs and DVD players are designed with regional restrictions. Ensure that the DVD video you play is for the same region zone as the player (indicated on its back).

This DVD player can support play of the following fi le formats: MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX.

To play DVD-R. DVD+R or DVD-RW. the disc must be fi nalized.

Play a disc

Caution

Never place any objects other than discs into the disc compartment.

1 Press Z to open the disc compartment.

2 Insert a disc with its label facing up.

For double-sided disc. load the side to play faces up.

3 Press Z to close the disc compartment and start disc play.

To view disc play. turn on the TV to the correct viewing channel for this DVD player.

4 To stop disc play. press x.

If the password entry menu is displayed. you have to enter the password before it can be played.

If you pause or stop a disc for about 5 minutes. the screen saver activates. To deactivate the screen saver. press DISC MENU.

After you pause or stop a disc. if no buttons are pressed within 15 minutes. this DVD player automatically switches to standby mode.

Play video

Note

For video disc. play always resumes from the point where it was last stopped. To start play from the

Control a title

1 Play a title.

2 Use the remote control to control the title.

Button Action

Start. pause or resume disc play.

Stop disc play.

Skip to the next title or chapter.

Skip to the beginning of the current title or chapter.

Press twice to jump to the previous title or chapter.

Change video play

1 Play a title.

2 Use the remote control to change the video play.

Button Action

AUDIO/ CREATE MP3 Change audio language.

Only applicable to discs with multiple audio language or channel.

SUBTITLE Change subtitle language.

Only applicable to discs with multiple subtitle language.

REPEAT/ REPEAT A-B Selects or turns off repeat mode.

To select a repeat play mode. press b B .

Repeat options vary depending on the disc type.

For VCD/SVCD. repeat play is only possible if the PBC mode is turned off.

ZOOM (Screen Fit)

Fit the picture format to the TV screen.

Press repeatedly until the image is scaled to fi t to the TV screen.

ZOOM Toggle between screen aspect ratio and different zoom factor.

To pan through the zoomed image. press the navigation buttons.

INFO Display the current status or disc information.

You can change the video play options here without interrupting disc play.

Play

Note

Some operations may not work with some discs. See the information accompanying the disc for details..

Access DVD menu

1 Press DISC MENU to access disc main menu.

2 Select a play option. then press OK.

In some menus. press the numeric buttons to input your selection.

To return to the title menu during play. press BACK.

Access VCD menu

The PBC (Playback Control) for VCD/SVCD is turned on by default in the factory. When you load in a VCD/SVCD. the contents menu is displayed.

1 Press numeric buttons to select a play option. then press OK to start play.

If PBC is off. it skips the menu and starts play from the fi rst track.

During play. you can press BACK to return to the menu (if the PBC mode is on).

The default setting for PBC is on. You can change the default setting. see chapter Adjust settings’ [ Preferences ] > [ PBC ] for details.

Preview disc contents

1 During play. press INFO.

The disc status menu is displayed.

2 Select [ Preview ]. then press B.

Select Digest Type:

Title Digest

Chapter Digest

Title Interval

Chapter Interval

VCD/SVCD

Select Digest Type:

Track Digest

Disc Interval

Track Interval

3 Select a preview option. then press OK.

A six thumbnails preview screen is displayed.

To go to the next/previous preview screen. press í/ë.

To start play. press OK at the selected thumbnail picture.

Play

Play DivX video

DivX video is a digital media format that retains high quality despite a high rate of compression.

This DVD player is DivX Certifi ed so that you can enjoy DivX video.

1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the DivX videos.

For USB. press

A contents menu is displayed.

2 Select a title to play. then press OK.

3 Use the remote control to control the title.

Button Action

SUBTITLE Change subtitle language.

AUDIO/ CREATE MP3 Change audio language/ channel.

Stop disc play.

For DivX. the contents menu is displayed.

For DivX Ultra video. press this button again to display the contents menu.

INFO Display title elapsed play time or title remaining play time.

Display DivX Ultra video information.

Note

You can only play DivX videos that were rented or purchased with the DivX registration code of this DVD player (see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ General

Setup ] > [ DivX(R) VOD Code ] for details).

If the subtitle does not appear correctly. change the subtitle language (see chapter Adjust settings’ [ Preferences ] > [ DivX Subtitle ] for details).

Play music

Note

For some commercial audio disc. play may resume from the point where it was last stopped. To start

Control a track

1 Play a track.

2 Use the remote control to control the track.

Button Action

Start. pause or resume disc play.

Stop disc play.

Skip to the next track.

Skip to the beginning of the current track. Press twice to jump to the previous track.

Select an item to play.

REPEAT/ REPEAT A-B Toggle through various repeat play mode; or turn off repeat mode.

Repeat options vary depending on the disc type.

Quick skip play

1 During play. press INFO until one of the following options is selected.

Display Action

[ Disc Go To ] Skip play to a specifi c time within the disc.

[ Track Go To ] Skip play to a specifi c time within a track

[ Select Track ] Skip play to a specifi c track number.

2 Press the numeric buttons to change the time/number where you want to skip to.

Play MP3/WMA music

MP3/WMA is a type of highly compressed audio fi le (fi les with .mp3. .wma extensions).

1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the MP3/ WMA music.

For USB. press

A contents menu is displayed.

Play starts.

2 Select a track to play if play does not start automatically.

To select another track/folder. press vV. then press OK.

3 To return to the main menu. press v until the root menu is selected. then press OK.

Note

For CDs recorded in multiple sessions. only the fi rst session is played.

This DVD player does not support MP3PRO audio format.

If any special characters are present in the MP3 track name (ID3) or album name. it may not display correctly on the screen because these characters are not supported.

Some WMA is protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM). it cannot be played on this DVD player.

Folders/fi les exceed the supported limit of this DVD player are not displayed or played.

You can display the data disc contents without folders. see chapter Adjust settings’ - [ Preferences ] > [ Mp3/Jpeg Nav ] for details.

Play

Play photo

Play photos as slideshow

This DVD player can play JPEG photos (fi les with .jpeg or .jpg extensions).

1 Insert a disc or USB that contains the JPEG photos.

For USB. press

For a Kodak disc. the slideshow begins automatically.

For a JPEG disc. the photo menu is displayed.

2 Select the folder/album you want to play.

To preview the photos in the folder/ album. press INFO.

To go to previous or next screen display. press í/ë.

To select a photo. press the navigation buttons.

To display the selected photo only. press OK.

3 Press OK to start slideshow play.

To return to the menu. press BACK.

Note

You may require longer time to display the disc content on the TV due to the large number of songs/ photos compiled onto one disc.

If the JPEG photo is not recorded with an exif’ type fi le. the actual thumbnail picture is not be shown on the display. It is replaced by a blue mountain’ thumbnail picture.

This DVD player can only display digital camera pictures according to the JPEG-EXIF format. typically used by almost all digital cameras. It cannot display Motion JPEG and pictures in formats other than JPEG. or sound clips associated with pictures.

Folders/fi les exceed the supported limit of this DVD player are not displayed or played.

Control photo play

1 Play photo slideshow.

2 Use the remote control to control the photo.

Button Action

Rotate the photo anti clockwise.

Rotate the photo clockwise.

Flip the photo vertically.

Flip the photo horizontally.

ZOOM Zoom in/ out.

Play pause in zoom mode.

Stop disc play.

Play musical slideshow

Play MP3/WMA music fi les and JPEG photo fi les simultaneously to create musical slideshow.

The MP3/WMA and JPEG fi les must be stored on the same disc.

1 Play MP3/WMA music.

2 Navigate to the photo folder/album and press OK to start slideshow play.

Slideshow begins and continues till the end of the photo folder or album.

Audio continues to play till the end of the disc.

To return to the menu. press BACK.

3 To stop slideshow play. press x.

4 To stop music play. press x again.

Play from USB device

This DVD player plays/views MP3. WMA. DivX or JPEG fi les that are stored on USB device.

1 Connect a USB fl ash drive to the (USB) jack on this DVD player.

2 Press

A contents menu is displayed.

Play starts.

3 Select a fi le to play if play does not start automatically.

For more information. see chapters Play music. Play photo. Play video’ for details.

4 To stop play. press x or remove the USB device.

To switch to the disc mode. press or DISC MENU.

If the device does not fi t into the USB jack. connect it through a USB extension cable.

Digital cameras that require additional programme installation when connected to a PC are not supported.

Adjust settings

[ Auto Standby ]

Turn off or on automatic standby switching mode. It is an energy saving feature.

[ On ] – switch to standby after 15 minutes of inactivity (for example. in pause or stop mode).

[ Off ] – disable auto standby mode.

[ DivX(R) VOD Code ]

Display the DivX registration code.

Enter this DVD player’s DivX registration code when you rent or purchase video from www.divx.com/vod.

The DivX videos rented or purchased through the DivX VOD (Video On Demand) service can be played only on the device to which it is registered.

Audio setup

1 Press SETUP. [ General Setup ] menu is displayed.

2 Press V to select [ Audio Setup ]. then press B.

3 Select an option. then press OK.

Sound Mode

Speaker Setup

Digital Audio

Analog Output

Volume

Audio Setup

CD Upsampling

HDMI Audio

Audio Sync

4 Select a setting. then press OK.

To return to the previous menu. press b.

To exit the menu. press SETUP.

Note

See the explanations of the above options in the following pages.

Adjust settings

[ Picture Setting ]

Select a predefi ned set of picture color settings or customize the personal setting.

[ Standard ] – original color setting.

[ Bright ] – vibrant color setting.

[ Soft ] – warm color setting.

[ Personal ] – customize the color setting. Set the level of brightness. contrast. sharpness and color saturation. then press OK.

[ HD JPEG ]

Enjoy untouched and uncompressed JPEG pictures at it’s original resolution when you connect this DVD video player and the TV with a HDMI cable.

[ On ] – display high defi nition picture.

[ Off ] – display standard picture.

Note

This DVD video player supports the resolution display of 720p and above.

[ HDMI Setup ]

When you connect this DVD player and the TV with a HDMI cable. select the best HDMI setup that the TV can support.

[ Resolution ] – select a video resolution that is compatible with the TV display capability.

Option Description

[ Auto ] It detect and select the best supported video resolution automatically.

[ 480i ]. [ 480p ]. [ 576i ]. [ 576p ]. [ 720p ]. [ 1080i ]. [ 1080p ]

Select a video resolution that best supported by the TV.

See the TVs manual for details.

Note

If the setting is not compatible with the TV. a blank screen appears. Wait for 15 seconds for auto recover or switch to its default mode as follows: 1) Press Z to open the disc compartment.

2) Press numeric button 1’.

[ Wide Screen Format ] – defi ne the wide screen format for disc play.

Option Description

[ Superwide ] Center position of the screen is stretched less than the side. This setting is only applicable if the video resolution is set to 720p or 1080i/p.

[ 4:3 Pillar Box ] No stretching of the picture. Black bars are displayed on both sides of the screen. This setting is only applicable if the video resolution is set to 720p or 1080i/p.

[ Off ] Picture will be displayed according to the format of the disc.

Note

This setting is only available if you have set the [ TV Display ] setting to [ 16:9 ].

[ EasyLink Setup ] – if this DVD player is connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices. all connected devices can respond to the following commands simultaneously:

Option Description

[ EasyLink ] Turn off or turn on all EasyLink features.

To disable this feature. select [ Off ].

[ One Touch Play] When you press the STANDBY button. it turns on the TV and this DVD player. then video disc play starts (if a video disc is found in the disc compartment).

To disable this feature. select [ Off ].

[ One Touch Standby ] When you press and hold the STANDBY button. all connected HDMI CEC devices switch to standby mode simultaneously.

To disable this feature. select [ Off ].

Note

Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.

You must turn on the HDMI CEC operations on the TV/devices before you can enjoy the EasyLink controls. See the TVs/devices manual for details.

Preferences

1 Press SETUP. [ General Setup ] menu is displayed.

2 Press V to select [ Preferences ]. then press B.

3 Select an option. then press OK.

Preferences

Parental Control

Mp3/Jpeg Nav

Subtitle

Audio

Disc Menu

DivX Subtitle

Password

4 Select a setting. then press OK.

To return to the previous menu. press b.

To exit the menu. press SETUP.

Note

Stop disc play before you can access to [ Preferences ].

See the explanations of the above options in the following pages.

Adjust settings

[ Audio ]

Select the default audio language for DVDs.

[ Subtitle ]

Select the default subtitle language for DVDs.

[ Disc Menu ]

Select the menu language for DVDs.

Note

If the language you have set is not available on the disc. the disc uses its own default language.

For some DVDs. the subtitle/audio language can only change from the disc menu.

To select the languages that are not listed in the menu. select [ Others ]. Then check the Language Code list at the back of this user manual and enter the respective language code.

[ Parental Control ]

Restrict access to DVDs that are unsuitable for children. These types of DVDs must be recorded with ratings.

Press

OK.

Select a rating level. then press

OK.

Press the numeric buttons to enter the password.

Note

Rated DVDs above the level you set in [ Parental Control ] require a password to be played.

The ratings are country-dependent. To allow all discs to play. select 8’.

Some DVDs have ratings printed on them but are not recorded with ratings. This function has no effect on such DVDs.

You can set or change the password. go to [ Preferences ] > [ Password ].

[ PBC ]

For VCDs/SVCDs recorded with PBC (playback control). you can access the disc content through an interactive menu.

[ On ] – an index menu is displayed when you load a disc for play.

[ Off ] – skip the menu and start play from the fi rst track.

[ Mp3/Jpeg Nav ]

Select to display the folders or display all the fi les.

[ View Files ] – display all the fi les.

[ View Folders ] – display the folders of MP3/WMA fi les.

[ Password ]

Follow the instructions on the TV to set or change the password for locked discs and play restricted DVDs.

New Password

Confirm PWD

Old Password

Preferences Change password

Press the numeric buttons to enter 136900’ or the last set password at [ Old Password ] fi eld.

Enter the new password at [ New Password ] fi eld.

Enter the new password again at [ Confi rm PWD ] fi eld.

Press

OK to exit the menu.

Note

If you forget the password. enter 136900’ before you set a new password.

[ DivX Subtitle ]

Select a character set that supports the DivX subtitle.

[ Standard ] Albanian. Danish. Dutch.

English. Finnish. French.

Gaelic. German. Italian.

Kurdish (Latin).

Norwegian. Portuguese.

Spanish. Swedish. Turkish

Note

Ensure that the subtitle fi le has the exact same fi le name as the movie fi le. If for example the fi le name of the movie is Movie.avi’. then you will need to name the text fi le Movie.sub’ or Movie.srt’.

[ Version Info ]

Display the software version of this DVD player.

This information is required when you want to fi nd out if a newest software version is available at the Philips website that you may download and install on this DVD player.

[ Default ]

Reset all the settings of this DVD player to factory default. except for [ Disc Lock ]. [ Parental Control ] and [ Password ] settings.

Additional information

8 Additional information

Update software

To check for updates. compare the current software version of this DVD player with the latest software version (if available) at the Philips website.

Caution

Power supply must not be interrupted during software upgrade.

1 Press SETUP.

Preferences

Mp3/Jpeg Nav

DivX Subtitle

Password

Parental Control

Disc Menu

Default

Version Info

2 Select [ Preferences ] > [ Version Info ]. then press OK.

3 Write down the fi le name. then press SETUP to exit the menu.

4 Visit www.philips.com/support to check for the latest software version. using the fi le name for this DVD player.

5 Refer to the upgrade instructions for more information.

Note

Disconnect the power cord for a few seconds and connect again to reboot the system.

Care

Caution

Never use solvents such as benzene. thinner. cleaners available commercially. or anti-static sprays intended for discs.

Clean discs Wipe the disc with a micro fi bre cleaning cloth from the center to the edge in a straight line movement.

10 Troubleshooting

Warning

Risk of electric shock. Never remove the casing of this unit.

To keep the warranty valid. never try to repair the system yourself.

If you encounter problems when using this DVD player. check the following points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved. register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome.

If you contact philips. you will be asked for the model and serial number of your DVD player.

The model number and serial number are on the back or bottom of your DVD player. Write the numbers here:

Model No.

Serial No.

Main unit

The buttons on this DVD player do not work.

Disconnect this DVD player from the power outlet for a few minutes. then connect again.

Picture

No picture.

See TV manual for correct video input channel selection. Change the TV channel until you see the DVD screen.

If this happens when you turn on the progressive scan setting or change the TV system setting. you have to switch to its default mode: Press

Z to open the disc compartment.

Press the numeric button 1’ (for progressive scan) or the numeric button 3’ (for TV System).

No picture on HDMI connection.

Check if the HDMI cable is faulty. Replace a new HDMI cable.

If this happens when you change the HDMI video resolution. you have to switch to its default mode: Press

Z to open the disc compartment Press numeric button 1’.

Sound

No sound.

Ensure that the audio cables are connected and the connected device is turned on to the correct input source.

No sound on HDMI connection.

You may not hear any sound from the HDMI output if the connected device is non-HDCP compliant or only DVI compatible.

Ensure that the [ HDMI Audio ] setting is turned on.

No sound during DivX movies play.

The audio codec may not be supported by this DVD player.

Troubleshooting

Play

DivX video fi les cannot be played.

Ensure that the DivX video fi le is complete. Ensure that the fi le name extension is correct.

The aspect ratio of the screen is not aligned with the TV display setting.

The aspect ratio is fi xed on the DVD.

DivX subtitle are not displayed correctly.

Ensure that the subtitle fi le name is the same as the movie fi le name.

Select the correct character set. Press

SETUP.

Select [ Preferences ] > [ DivX Subtitle ] in the menu.

Select the character set that supports the subtitle.

The contents of the USB fl ash drive cannot be read.

The USB fl ash drive format is not compatible with this DVD player.

Drive is formatted with different fi le system which is not supported by this DVD player (e.g. NTFS).

12 Glossary

Aspect ratio Aspect ratio refers to the length to height ratio of TV screens. The ratio of a standard TV is 4:3. while the ratio of a high-defi nition or wide TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective on a standard 4:3 screen.

DivX The DivX code is a patent-pending. MPEG-4 based video compression technology. developed by DivX Networks. Inc. that can shrink digital video to sizes small enough to be transported over the internet. while maintaining high visual quality.

HDMI High-Defi nition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a high-speed digital interface that can transmit uncompressed high defi nition video and digital multichannel audio. It delivers high quality picture and sound quality. completely free from noise. HDMI is fully backward-compatible with DVI.

As required by the HDMI standard. connecting to HDMI or DVI products without HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) will result in no Video or Audio output.

JPEG A very common digital still picture format. A still-picture data compression system proposed by the Joint Photographic Expert Group. which features small decrease in image quality in spite of its high compression ratio. Files are recognised by their fi le extension JPG or JPEG’.

MP3 A fi le format with a sound data compression system. MP3’ is the abbreviation of Motion Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio Layer3. By using the MP3 format. one CD-R or CD-RW can contain about 10 times more data than a regular CD. Files are recognized by their fi le extension .MP3’.

One-touch play When you connect the DVD player to devices that support one-touch play. you can control the DVD player and the devices with one remote control. For example. when you press Play on the DVD remote control. the TV automatically switches to the correct channel to show the DVD content.

One-touch standby When you connect the DVD player to devices that support standby. you can use DVD player remote control to put the DVD player and all connected HDMI devices in standby mode. You can perform one-touch standby using the remote control from any of the connected HDMI devices.

Glossary

PBC Playback Control. A system of navigating a Video CD/Super VCD through on-screen menus recorded onto the disc. You can enjoy interactive play and searching.

Progressive Scan The progressive scan displays twice the number of frames per second than ordinary TV system.

It offers higher picture resolution and quality.

WMA Windows Media Audio. Refers to an audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 9 or Windows Media Player for Windows XP. Files are recognized by their fi le extension WMA’.



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