Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product GT2715DV Apex Digital
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TV/DVD COMBO OPERA TION MANUAL Read this manual carefully before operation. GT2715DV .
CONTENTS BEFORE OPERA TION .............................................................................................................................1 lNTRODUCTlON Features.......................................................................
1 Dear Customer: Congratulations! Y ou have purchased one of the finest TV/DVD combos on the market! This manuaI wiIl help you use the many exciting and usefuI features to make your unit viewing more enjoyabIe than ever before. Before operating your unit, pIease read alI these sa fe t y and operating instructions completely and then retain for future reference.
2 BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) CAUTlON PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS, KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND HEED ALL W ARNINGS. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS. EIectricaI energy can perform many usefuI functions. This TV set has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personaI safety .
3 BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) Precautions Power Sources - The unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the unit or as indicated in the Operation Manual. If you are not sure of the type of power supply in your home, consult your sales person or your Iocal power company .
4 BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) Precautions (continued) Heat-Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appa- ratus (including ampIifiers ) that produce heat. A product and cart combination should be moved with care.
Precautions (continued) 5 BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) Cleaning -Unplug the unit from the walI outlet before cIeaning or poIishing it. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosoI cIeaners. Use a dry cIoth for cleaning the exterior of the unit. Attachments -Do not use attachments not recom- mended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards or electric shock.
6 d. If the unit has been subject to excessive shock by being dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged. e. If the unit does not operate normalIy by foIlo wing the operating instr uctions. Adjust onIy those controIs that are covered by the operating instruc tions as an improper adjustment of other controls may resuIt in damage and will often require exten sive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to its normal operation.
ANTENNA Outdoor Antenna Grounding-if an outdoor antenna is instaIIed, foIlow the precautions below . An outdoor antenna system should not be Iocated in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric Iight or power circuits, or where it can come in contact with such power lines or circuits.
8 BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) FCC W arning Class B Computing Device Information to User This equipment has been tested and found to compIy with the Iimits for a class B digitaI device pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonabIe protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
BEFORE OPERA TlON (continued) Notes on Discs HOW T O HANDLE, CLEAN, AND STORE DISCS. Handling discs DO NOT TOUCH THE PLA YBACK SIDE OF THE DISC. DO NOT A TT ACH P APER OR T APE TO DISCS. Note: APEX DIGIT AL INC. SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE THA T MA Y OCCUR T O A DISC FROM BEING OPERA TEDD IN THE UNIT .
10 INTRODUCTION Features T rue FIat Picture T ube English/French/Spanish Menus . The unique English/French/Spanish menu control function makes the operation more easily . On/Off Timer . The TV automatically turns off and on and tunes to the desired channel at the time when programmed.
11 75-ohm coaxial cable 300-ohm twin-lead cable OR OR Antenna adapter (not supplied) U/V mixer (not supplied) Notes: 1 It is recommended that a 75 Ω coaxial cable be used in order to eliminate possible interference and noise which may occur due to nearby radio transmissions.
12 INST ALLA TION (continued) To Connect External Equipment The following are optional connections.Refer to operation manuals of external equipment that will be connected to your unit. Connect VCR' s or DVD player' s RF OUT terminal to the ANTENNA IN jack located on the rear panel.
To PCM/BITSTREAM (Optional) 13 INST ALLA TION (continued) To Connect External Equipment (continued) Enjoying Digital Stereo Sound (Digital Stereo) Enjoy the dynamic sound of Digtal Stereo by connecting an amplifier equipped with a digital audio input and speaker system (right and left front speakers).
14 Control Buttons INTRODUCTION (continued) Front panel See the right figure ANTENNA IN DIGIT AL AUDIO- COAXIAL OUT See the right figure Note: The buttons on the unit share the same functions with those buttons of the same name on the remote controI.
15 INTRODUCTION (continued) Control Buttons Remote control Notes: 1 When in operation, please point your remote control directly to the infrared sensor . 2 Do not expose the remote control to impacts,water or disassemble it. 3 Do not repeatedly press the buttons on the remote control.
16 INTRODUCTION (continued) Control Buttons (continued) The buttons marked with * have composite functions and the buttons in boldface type function for DVD only as shown below .
17 TV FUNCTIONS T uning in After you have finished connecting your unit, you can preform Auto Program to set up your channels. First press the button to turn on the TV . 1. T o perform Auto Program 1) Press the MENU button. 2) Press the CH-/ + buttons to highight “T uner”.
18 TV FUNCTIONS (continued) 2.T o select a channel Press the CH + button to choose higher-numbered channels and the CH- button to choose lower-numbered channels. Using the Channel Number buttons To select a one -digit channel number Press the 0 button, then press another Channel Number button (except 100+) to select a desired number .
1.Language selection 1) Press the CH- /+ buttons to highlight “Language”. 2) Press the VOL- /+ buttons to select a desired language display (English/ French/Spanish). 2.Blue screen display When there is no signal received with Blue Back On, the TV will display a soft blue backgrund on the screen.
TV FUNCTIONS (continued) 20 (continued) Function Selection After caIIing up the Pass Code Menu first, press the CH- / + buttons to highIight “Pass Code 6688”, and then “Enter Pass Code - - - - ”appears on the screen. Press the ChanneI Number buttons to enter new pass code which you need enter when caIIing up the ParentaI Guide Menu.
21 TV FUNCTIONS (continued) Picture Improvement 1.T o seIect picture modes PICTURE Press the PICTURE button repeatedly to seIect one of the Normal, Memory and Theater modes. Mode Picture Quality Normal Standard mode, suitable for watching ordinary program.
22 TV FUNCTIONS (continued) Childlock The CHlLDLOCK function prevents chiIdren from watching TV . HoId down the F button and then press the MUTE button until the symboI “ ” appears on the screen, and the TV enters the CHlLDLOCK mode. Except for the symboI“ ”, the screen becomes blue back and mutes when you press the buton to turn the TV of f, then turn the TV on after setting the CHILDLOCK function.
23 DVD FUNCTIONS MP3 Operation Playing an MP3 format 1.T o play you must view through your television. Insert an MP3 CD, the DVD player will initialize the disc when the tray is closed and the directory (folder) will be shown in an MP3 MENU on screen.
24 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Playing Back a Disc 1. How to playback a disc Basic playback T urn on the audio system and choose the input source that is connected to the unit. Set the AUDIO OUTPUT to ANALOG from the SETUP MENU display if you don’t have the necessary equipment to enjoy Dolby Digital or DTS surround sound.
4. How to start playback from the menu screen 1) Press / or the Number buttons to select the title. 2) Press the OK button. The DVD player will start playback from the title selected. Note: At the completion of each movie a menu screen will appear .
26 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Playing Back a Disc (continued) 9. Playing at 2X 4X 6X or 8X the normal speed Y ou can play back a disc at 2X, 4X, 6X or 8X the normal speed. Press the REV or FWD button during playback. The playback speed becomes 2X the normal speed.
1. Locating a title using the title menu Y ou can locate a specific title using the title menu function, if a DVD video disc contains a title menu. 1) Press the TITLE button. On the TV screen, the title menu will appear . 2) Press the / buttons select the title you want.
28 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Locating a Specific Title, Chapter or T rack (continued) 3. Locating a title If a DVD video disc contains title numbers, you can locate a specific title by directly selecting a title number . 1) Press GOTO during playback.
29 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Zooming a Picture V ocal Assist Zooming a picture This DVD player allows you to zoom into a picture as well as shift the zoom point. Press ZOOM during normal playback or slow-motion. The DVD player magnifies in the center of the picture.
30 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Selecting the Camera Angles / Language / Audio Settings THIS UNIT ALLOWS YOU TO SELECT FROM SEVERAL DIFFERENT ANGLES AND LANGUAGES. 1. How to change the camera angle Press the ANGLE button while playing back a scene recorded with multiple angles.
31 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Playing in a Favorite Order COMBINE YOUR F A VORITE TITLES, CHAPTERS, OR TRACKS AND PLA Y THEM BACK IN ANY ORDER. PROGRAM UP TO 99 ITEMS INTO THE MEMORY . (PROGRAM PLA YBACK) PROGRAM P 00: TOO C000 How to set titles.
32 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Selecting Subtitles THIS UNIT ALLOWS YOU T O DISPLA Y THE SUBTITLES FROM THOSE INCLUDED ON THE DISC, ON TO YOUR TV SCREEN. Playing Repeatedly THIS UNIT ALLOWS YOU TO PLA YBACK A SPECIFIC TITLE, CHAPTER, TRACK, OR SEGMENT REPEA TEDL Y .
33 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Playing Back Y our KODAK Picture CD 1. NOrmal When a KODAK Picture CD is inserted, an automated slide show is launched. Each picture in the current directory will be displayed consecutively in a slide-show fashion and will be scaled to fit most of the TV screen.
34 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Playing Y our JPEG Files 1. Normal Slide Show Presentation When a JPEG disc is loaded into the player , a menu will appear on screen. From the Play Mode shown on the menu, select the “FOLDER” option using your direction buttons.
35 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Using the On-Screen Display THE UNIT ALLOWS YOU TO VIEW THE OPERA TION ST A TUS AND DISC INFORMA TION ON THE TV SCREEN. Checking the operational status With this function you can view the following on the TV : - Current title - T rack number - T otal playing time Press DISPLA Y during playback TITLE 03-03 CHAPTER 003/009 T03/03 C003/009 T00:28:39 TITLE 03-03 T03/03 C003/009 T01:32:10 CHAPTER ELAPSED T03/03 C003/009 T00:05:42 CHAPTER ELAPSED T03/03 C003/009 T00:08:20 Current T itle Current Chapter To tal Chapter T otal Title DISPLA Y DISPLA Y TO TURN OFF THE ON-SCREEN DISPLA Y Press DISPLA Y again.
36 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Setting the Parental Lock YOU CAN USE THE P ARENT AL LOCK FUNCTION ONL Y WITH DVD VIDEO DISCS EQUIPPED WITH THE P ARENT AL LOCK FEA TURE. Setting the parental lock DVD video discs equipped with the parental lock function are rated according to their content.
37 DVD FUNCTIONS (continued) Customizing the Function Settings THIS UNIT ALLOWS YOU TO CUSTOMIZE THE PERFORMANCE TO YOUR PERSONAL PREFERENCES. Displaying the setup menu screen The SETUP MENU screen asks you to select a setting category from General Setup, Speaker Setup, Dolby Digital Setup, and Preferences.
38 SPECIFICA TIONS T elevision system: NTSC-M Singal system: NTSC Laser: Semiconductor Laser , wavelength 650nm (DVD) 790nm (CD) Channel coverage: VHF 2~13 UHF 14~69 CABLE TV : MID BAND (A-8~A-1, A~I ) SUPER BAND (J~W) HYPER BAND (AA~ZZ, AAA, BBB) UL TRA BAND (65~94, 100~125) Channels preset: 181 Antenna input: 75 Ω (unbalanced) Picture tube: Effective screen dimensions: 540mm x 405mm (21.
39 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Check the following guide for a possible correction to a problem before contacting customer service. Check F AQ at our website: www .apexdigitalinc.com. Symptoms and Correction Symptoms Correction No power No picture No sound No TV signal Stripe or purple interfe- rence appears in the screen.
40 TV/DVD Combo W arranty Information WHO IS COVERED? Proof of purchase is required to receive warranty service such as the original sales receipt showing original date of purc- hase from an authorized Apex Digital, Inc. dealer in N. America. Keep your original box and packaging in case your unit needs to be shipped to us.
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