O P E R AT I O N M A N U A L Cilo C-101 DVD-Player
Ta b l e of contents Before use Programme 15 Table of contents 3 Zoom 15 Safety precautions 4 NTSC/PAL 16 Important safety notices 5 Volume and Mute 16 Important information 7 Mode 16 Suitable discs 8 Menu 16 Disc protection 9 Title 16 Angle 16 Audio 16 Control and connection Normal connection 10 Front panel 12 Remote control 13 Special features JPEG 17 Mp3 discs 17 Normal playback Reference Preparation 14 Normal playback 14 System setup 18 Pause 14 Trouble
Safety precautions A triangle with a lightning symbol draws the user's attention to “dangerous voltage” without insulation in the housing which may be high enough to entail a risk of electric shock. A triangle with an exclamation mark draws the user's attention to important instructions for use and maintenance in the accompanying manual which should be studied. Symbol for Class II (double insulation). WARNING: TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT EXPOSE DEVICE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Important safety notices WARNING: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU STUDY AND OBSERVE BOTH THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL AND THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE DEVICE. KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE USE. This device was developed and made with a view to providing maximum safety for the user. Incorrect use of the device may cause electric shock or fire. The protection built into this device will protect the user if the procedure below is observed in connection with installation, use and repair.
Important safety Lightning Unplug the device for additional protection during thunder or when the device is not used for prolonged periods. This will prevent damage to the device from lightning and surges. notices Discs Do not use scratched, deformed or repaired discs. Such discs will break easily and may cause serious injury and damage to the device.
Important information Handling instructions Condensation The DVD player's top and back panel may become warm after prolonged use. This is not due to a defect. Condensation may occur in the following cases: When the DVD player is moved directly from a cold to a warm place. When the DVD player is not used, remove the disc and turn off the device.
suitable discs The following discs can be used: DISC’S * MARKING CONTENTS DIMENSION DivX No other discs than those mentioned above cannot be used. Non-standard discs cannot be used, not even when marked as above. The quality of a CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, or DVD-RAM depends on the way the CD was recorded. In some cases, the quality can be very poor. * DivX version: 3.11, 4.
Disc protection and Disc handling accessories Storing the discs Do not store the discs where they may be exposed to direct sunlight or where they are close to sources of heat. Do not store the discs where they may be exposed to moist or dust, for example in a bathroom or close to a humidifier. Store the discs standing in a cassette. If the cassettes are stacked or an object is placed on the cassettes, the discs may become uneven.
Normal connection Back panel Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr DVD PLAYER MODEL: Cilo C-101 ITEM NO.: 11097.01 POWER SOURCE: 220-240V~50/60Hz POWER CONSUMPTION: 25W MAX SERIAL NO.: S-VIDEO 1 4 VIDEO 5 RIGHT LEFT 2 COAXIAL SCART OUTPUT OPTICAL 3 6 8 7 1. Component video output 5. Composite video output 2. 5.1 channel audio output 6. Scart output 3. Coaxial output 7. Main power input 4.
Normal connection Connection to an analogue surround system and a TV with a component YUV video input. Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr D MODEL: Cilo C-101 ITEM NO.: 11097.01 POWER SOURCE: 220-2 POWER CONSUMPTION SERIAL NO.: S-VIDEO VIDEO RIGHT LEFT COAXIAL SCART OUTPUT OPTICAL To Pr/Cr video output To Pb/Cb video output To Y video output To Y video input To Pb/Cb video input To audio inputs of the amplifier To Pr/Cr video input Note: Downmix must be set at 5.
front panel Front panel STANDBY PLAY/PAUSE HEADPHONE 1 2 3 4 STOP PREVIOUS NEXT VOLUME - 56 OPEN/CLOSE VOLUME + 78 7 9 10 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Previous 7. Headphone volume 8. Next 9. Open/Close 10.
Remote control Remote control No.: Function 1 2 3 4 5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.
Normal playback Preparation Stop playback When you wish to watch a DVD film, switch on the TV-set and choose the video input connected to the DVD player. When you wish to listen to the disc from the audio system, switch on the audio system and choose the input connected to the DVD player. 1. Press the STOP button to stop the playback. The start logo will reappear on the TV screen. Some discs offer the possibility of resuming playback from the same spot, for example DVDs and music CDs. 2.
Advanced playback IMPORTANT All descriptions refer to DVDs. Function and display may vary if other types of discs are used. VIDEO MODE REPEAT The video output can be set to “YUV”, "CVBS”, or “RGB”. Press REPEAT once to choose on-screen which chapter to repeat. Press once more to choose the title to be repeated, and press a third time to choose to repeat all, and four times to cancel the repetition.
Advanced playback ZOOM MENU Press this button to enlarge the picture. The size of the picture changes every time the button is pressed. Press this button to see the main menu and make the desired choice. (This button can be used for DVDs with multi-layer menu. Make the desired choice). NTSC/PAL TITLE Choose between PAL, NTSC, and multi through the setup menu. In the multi function, the device will find the right system. On some DVDs, the title menu will be shown when this button is pressed.
Special features Playing JPEG files JPEG files contain picture information which can be encoded by micro computer software and transmitted to the TV screen via a video output interface. This function is useful in many contexts. For example teachers can change pictures to be shown in the classroom to JPG files by means of a digital camera or a scanner which are often used within the IT world and transfer the pictures to CD-R discs.
System setup ANGLE MARK When a DVD enabling multiple camera angles is used, the user can select a certain camera angle by means of the ANGLE key on the remote control. However, the function must be activated first. The ANGLE MARK setting must be “ON”, if you want the unit to support multiple camera angles. DVD SETUP MENU When you press the SETUP key on the remote control, the setup menu will be displayed.
System SCREEN SAVER If the unit is not used for 2 minutes, the screen saver will be activated. This will prolong the service life of the connected TV set. The screen saver is preset to “ON”. setup SPDIF SETUP Here you set up the digital sound format that comes from the co-axial or optical output on the back panel. This signal is used when the unit is connected to a digital surround receiver. OFF: Closes the digital outputs. RAW: Opens for the pure, non-modulated digital signal.
System DYNAMIC RANGE COMPRESSION To avoid disturbing the neighbours at night, you can use this function to reduce the sound effects volume without changing the original tone. setup CVBS : Composite video output through the Scart output. RGB : RGB output through the Scart output. Component : Component video output through the component video outputs on the back panel. Note : This output may allow both Interlace Scan and Progressive Scan.
System setup SUBTITLE LANGUAGE Used to select the desired subtitle language for a DVD film. Note : This is only possible if the disc supports the subtitle language in question. DEFAULT SETTINGS This function is used to reset the settings of the unit to the factory settings. Note : If you activate this function, all the settings that you have made will be lost. DISC MENU Used to select the desired disc menu language for a DVD film.
Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g This troubleshooting guide may help you find a possible cause of and solution to a problem. If there are still problems, please contact the local service centre or distributor. PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS PROBLEM No power supply No picture No sound The disc is not played Does not react to signals from the remote control Picture interference No reaction when buttons are pressed POSSIBLE SOLUTION Check that the plug has been inserted properly into the socket.
Dvd characteristics The DVD player is your ticket to a home cinema. Every single technical detail in this technology is better than in any other previous AV equipment. This brand new digital technology compresses the A/V effect from the cinema down on a disc with a diameter of 12 cm, i.e. the size of a CD. Particularly by means of Dolby Digital and DTS, it is possible to achieve excellent digital surround sound.
Dvd, special features Parental control Support of many different languages This device allows parental control if the DVD has a specific certification. This function allows you to prevent your children from watching things which you consider inappropriate for them. Refer to the DVD certification and the accompanying information to find out if it carries a certification. The DVD player allows you to choose among up to 8 different languages and 32 different subtitles for one DVD.
Te c h n i c a l data System and output VF Signal system NTSC/PAL Frequence response CD: 4Hz-20KHz(EIAJ) DVD: 4Hz-22KHz(48KHz)(Sample result) 4Hz-44KHZ(96KHz)(Sample result) Audio S/N ratio Video/Picture Audio Audio output Video output > 92 dB MPEG1; MPEG2 MPEG1, MPEG2, PCM, DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, ANALOG STEREO Electric level output: 2.
Rights This device includes copyright protected technology covered by various American patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and others. Use of this copyright protected technology is only allowed after prior approval from Macrovision Corporation, and the device is only to be used for the showing of films in private homes and other limited areas, unless otherwise approved by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse construction or demounting is not allowed.
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