Samsung 20060509084435281 manual

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    Instruction Manual DVD-V9650 CA CA AK68-0095 6 L .01 www .samsung.com/ca[...]

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    ENG-2 Important Safety Instructions 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed [...]

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    ENG-3 Precautions TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER[...]

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    ENG-4 CAUTION THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PR[...]

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    ENG-5 B EFORE YOU ST ART Before you start Accessories Install Batteries in the Remote Control 1 Open[...]

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    ENG-6 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS T able of Contents Safety Instructions ................................[...]

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    ENG-7 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Chapter 4: DVD Operations Playing a Disc ................................[...]

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    ENG-8 Chapter 1 S ETUP General Features DVD-VCR Features ■ Perfect compatibility to play back DVDs[...]

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    ENG-9 S ETUP Disc T ype and Characteristics This DVD-VCR is capable of playing the following types o[...]

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    ENG-10 S ETUP 1 DISC TRA Y Place the disc here. 2 OPEN/CLOSE Press to open and close the disc tray[...]

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    ENG-11 S ETUP 1 AUDIO OUT Connect to the Audio input jacks of your television. 2 COMPONENT VIDEO O[...]

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    ENG-13 Chapter 2 C ONNECTIONS Connecting the Antenna Cable There are several ways to connect your D[...]

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    ENG-14 C ONNECTIONS Method2: Antenna + DVD-VCR + TV : Cable box with many scrambled channels Y ou [...]

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    ENG-15 C ONNECTIONS Before Connecting the DVD-VCR - Always turn off the DVD-VCR, TV , and other com[...]

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    ENG-16 C ONNECTIONS Connection to a TV (S-Video) - Connecting to your TV using an S-V ideo cable. -[...]

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    ENG-17 C ONNECTIONS Connection to a TV (Interlace) - Connecting to your TV using Component video cab[...]

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    ENG-18 C ONNECTIONS Connection to a TV (Progressive) 1 Using component video cables (not included), [...]

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    ENG-19 C ONNECTIONS Connection to a TV with HDMI Jack 1 Using the HDMI-HDMI cable connect the HDMI [...]

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    ENG-20 C ONNECTIONS ● HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) HDMI is an interface to enable [...]

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    ENG-21 C ONNECTIONS Connection to an Audio System Connection to an Audio System (2 Channel Amplif[...]

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    ENG-22 C ONNECTIONS Connection to an Audio System (Dolby digital, MPEG2 or DTS Amplifier) 1 Using a[...]

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    ENG-23 C ONNECTIONS Y ou must have the antenna/cable connected for the Auto Clock to set Connecti[...]

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    ENG-24 Chapter 3 I NITIAL S ETUP Selecting a Menu Language To change the on-screen MENU language to[...]

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    ENG-25 I NITIAL S ETUP Setting the Clock This menu is used to set the current time. Y ou need to set[...]

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    ENG-26 I NITIAL S ETUP 6 Press the  buttons to select T ime Zone , then press the  or [...]

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    ENG-27 I NITIAL S ETUP 6 Press the MENU button to exit. 2 Press the  buttons to select Setu[...]

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    ENG-28 I NITIAL S ETUP Memorizing the Channels Selecting the Video Signal-source This feature allows[...]

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    ENG-29 I NITIAL S ETUP Storing Channels in Memory (Automatic Method) Auto Channel Memory will automa[...]

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    ENG-30 I NITIAL S ETUP Selecting the RF Output Channel Use this feature if the DVD-VCR is connected [...]

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    ENG-31 I NITIAL S ETUP Selecting the Front Panel Display Y ou can set the Front Panel Display to be[...]

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    ENG-32 I NITIAL S ETUP 1 Press the MENU button. 2 Press the  buttons to select Setup , the[...]

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    ENG-33 Chapter 4 DVD O PERA TIONS Playing a Disc Before Play -T urn on your TV and set it to the co[...]

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    ENG-34 DVD O PERA TIONS ▼ - Screen stops, no sound. -T o resume, press the (Play/Pause) button [...]

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    ENG-35 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Search and Skip Functions During play , you can search quickly thr[...]

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    ENG-36 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Display Function When Playing a DVD/CD/MPEG4 ▼ Yo u may use the[...]

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    ENG-37 DVD O PERA TIONS Note To access the desired title when there is more than one in the disc. [...]

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    ENG-38 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Disc and T itle Menu (DVD/VCD) Notes - Depending on the disc, the [...]

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    ENG-39 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Function Menu (DVD/VCD) 2 Press the  buttons to select Fu[...]

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    ENG-40 DVD O PERA TIONS Repeat Play Repeat the current track, chapter , title, a chosen section (A-B[...]

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    ENG-41 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the A-B Repeat function Note The minimum A -B Repeat time is 5 seco[...]

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    ENG-42 DVD O PERA TIONS Slow Repeat Play This feature allows you to slowly to repeat scenes containi[...]

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    ENG-43 DVD O PERA TIONS Adjusting the Aspect Ratio (EZ View) Set the aspect ratio (length x width) [...]

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    ENG-44 DVD O PERA TIONS If you are using a 4:3 TV For 16:9 aspect ratio discs - 4:3 Letter Box Disp[...]

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    ENG-45 DVD O PERA TIONS Selecting the Audio Language Y ou can select a desired audio language quic[...]

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    ENG-46 DVD O PERA TIONS Selecting the Subtitle Language Y ou can select a desired subtitle quickly[...]

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    ENG-47 DVD O PERA TIONS 1 Press the ANGLE button, then the ANGLE icon will appear with the curren[...]

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    ENG-48 DVD O PERA TIONS 1 During play , press the MARK button on the remote control. 3 Press the ([...]

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    ENG-49 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Zoom Function (DVD/VCD) ▼ During DVD play , press ENTER to zoom [...]

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    ENG-50 DVD O PERA TIONS Clips Menu for MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 Discs with MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4 contain indi[...]

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    ENG-51 DVD O PERA TIONS MP3/WMA Playback 1 Open the disc tray . 2 Place the disc on the tray . 3 Clo[...]

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    ENG-52 DVD O PERA TIONS CD-R MP3/WMA file When you record MP3 or WMA files on CD-R, please refer t[...]

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    ENG-53 DVD O PERA TIONS MPEG4 Playback MPEG4 Play Function A VI files are used to contain the audio[...]

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    ENG-54 DVD O PERA TIONS Notes - MPEG4 files created not following the specifications above may not b[...]

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    ENG-55 DVD O PERA TIONS Program Play & Random Play Y ou can listen to songs randomly or in the [...]

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    ENG-56 DVD O PERA TIONS Picture CD Playback 1 Select the desired folder then press the ENTER button[...]

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    ENG-57 DVD O PERA TIONS CD-R JPEG Discs - Only files with the “.jpg” and “.JPG” extensions c[...]

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    ENG-58 DVD O PERA TIONS Using the Setup Menu The Setup menu lets you customize your DVD-VCR by allow[...]

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    ENG-59 DVD O PERA TIONS Setting Up the Language Features If you set the player menu on the OSD disc [...]

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    ENG-60 DVD O PERA TIONS Language Function ▼ - Select “Others” if the language you want is not[...]

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    ENG-61 DVD O PERA TIONS Setting Up the Audio Options Audio Options allows you to set up sound for u[...]

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    ENG-62 DVD O PERA TIONS Audio Options Note Even when PCM Down sampling is Off, some discs will only [...]

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    ENG-63 DVD O PERA TIONS Setting Up the Display Options Display options enable you to set various vid[...]

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    ENG-64 DVD O PERA TIONS ▼ - See your TV owner’s manual to determine what type of TV you have. -[...]

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    ENG-65 DVD O PERA TIONS HDMI This setting is used when the unit is connected by HDMI with Display de[...]

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    ENG-66 DVD O PERA TIONS Setting Up the Parental Control The Parental Control function works in conju[...]

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    ENG-67 DVD O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select DVD , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-68 DVD O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select DVD , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-69 DVD O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select DVD , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-70 Chapter 5 VCR O PERA TIONS In this chapter , you will learn how to play a video cassette tape[...]

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    ENG-71 VCR O PERA TIONS Playing a Pre-Recorded V ideo Cassette T ape Playing the T ape 1 Insert th[...]

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    ENG-72 VCR O PERA TIONS Special VCR Playback Features While a videotape is playing, you can enjoy a [...]

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    ENG-73 VCR O PERA TIONS 1 Insert and play a video cassette tape. As soon as the tape begins to play [...]

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    ENG-74 VCR O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select VCR , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-75 VCR O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select VCR , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-76 VCR O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select VCR , then press the  or ENTER [...]

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    ENG-77 VCR O PERA TIONS Using the T ape Counter The tape counter: - Indicates the elapsed time in th[...]

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    ENG-78 VCR O PERA TIONS 5 While the DVD-VCR is in pause mode, press the REC button. The pause mode [...]

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    ENG-79 VCR O PERA TIONS 6 Select the source from which you wish to record by pressing: - The CH or[...]

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    ENG-80 VCR O PERA TIONS 2 Press the  buttons to select Function , then press the  or EN[...]

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    ENG-81 VCR O PERA TIONS Go T o [0:00:00] Stop Use this feature when you want to search for the 0:00:[...]

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    ENG-82 VCR O PERA TIONS If you wish to protect a cassette, break off the tab using a small screwdriv[...]

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    ENG-83 VCR O PERA TIONS Special Recording Features While a recording is in progress, you can watch a[...]

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    ENG-84 VCR O PERA TIONS To W atch a DVD while Recording Insert a DVD in the DVD tray and press the[...]

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    ENG-85 VCR O PERA TIONS 4 While in Record mode, press the REC button again to activate One-T ouch [...]

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    ENG-86 VCR O PERA TIONS Making a T imer Recording Insert a blank videotape into the VCR deck. Be sur[...]

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    ENG-87 VCR O PERA TIONS 5 Save Timer Recording Press the RETURN button to finish setting the timer[...]

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    ENG-88 Chapter 6 R EFERENCE Using the TV Buttons on the Remote Control Y our DVD-VCR remote contro[...]

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    ENG-89 T roubleshooting Before contacting a Samsung authorized service center , perform the follow[...]

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    ENG-90 R EFERENCE Forgot password The screen is blocked If you experience other problems. • Pres[...]

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    ENG-91 R EFERENCE - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd reserves the right to change the specifications wi[...]

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    ENG-92 M EMO[...]

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    ENG-93 M EMO[...]

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    Contact SAMSUNG WORLD WIDE If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, pleas[...]

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    Samsung Electronics Canada Inc.(SECA), warrants that this pr oduct is free fr om defective material [...]