Denon DVD-556 user manual download

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Pages:54
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Progressive
Scan
system
Unlike
conventional
interlace
scanning,
the
progressive
scan
system
provides
less flickering
and
images
in
higher
resolution
than
that
of traditional
(525i/480i)
television
signals.
Do,by
Digital
Sound
By hooking
up this
player
to a Multi
- Channel
Dolby
Digital
decoder,
you can
enioy
high-quality
Dolby
Digital
5.1 channel
surround
sound
as heard
in the
movie
theaters.
DTS
(Digitam
Theater
System)
When
this
player
is connected
to the
DTS decoder,
you
can enjoy
5.lchannel
surround
system
which
repro-
duces
the
original
sound
as truthfully
as possible.
5.1
channel
surround
system
is developed
by' the
Digital
Theater
System,
InCa
Dialog
Speed
Playback
in slightly
faster
or slower
speed
while
keep-
ing the sound
quality
as in the
normal
playback.
Dialog
speed
is available
only
on discs
recorded
in the
Dolby
Digital
format.
• StiH!Fast/Smow/Step
playback
Various
playback
modes
are available
including
still
pictures,
fast forward/reverse,
slow motion
and
step
frames.
• Still
Mode
The resolution
of pictures
while
in the
still (pause)
mode
can be adjusted.
Random
Pmayback
for
Audio
CD,
MP3,
JPEG
and
WMA
This
player
can shuffle
the playback
order
of tracks
in
random
order.
Program
Pmayback
for
Audio
CD,
MP3,
JPEG
and
WMA
You can
program
the playback
order
of tracks
in a
desired
order,
DVD
menus
in a desired
Banguage
You can
display
DVD
menus
in a desired
language,
if
available
on a DVD.
• Auto
Power
Off
The power
turns
off
automatically
if there
is no activity
at the
player
or its remote
for more
than
30 minutes
(refer
to page
23).
• Subtitles
in a desired
Banguage
You can
select
a desired
language
for subtitles
if that
language
is available
on a disc.
• SeBecting
a camera
angle
You can
select
a desired
camera
angle
if a disc con-
tains
sequences
recorded
from
different
angles.
• Choices
for
audio
language
and
sound
mode
You can
select
a desired
audio
language
and
sound
mode
if different
languages
and modes
are available
on a disc.
Ratings
Control
(Parentam
lock)
You can
set the
control
level to
limit playback
of discs
which
may not be suitable
for children.
• Automatic
detection
of
discs
This
player
automatically
detects
if a loaded
disc
is
DVD-Video,
Audio
CD, MP3,
JPEG
or WMA.
P_aying
back
an
MP3
disc
You can
enioy
MP3 flies
which
are recorded
on CD-
R/RW.
Direct
Search
You can
search
the desired
title,
chapter,
and track
with
numeric
button
during
playback
or in stop
mode.
• Omscreen
display
Information
about
the
current
operation
can be dis-
played
on a TV
screen,
allowing
you to confirm
the cur-
rently
active
functions
(such
as program
playback)
using
the
remote
control.
• Dimmer
The
brightness
of the
display
can
be adjusted.
• Screen
Saver
The
screen
saver
program
starts
if there
is no activity
at the
player
or its remote
for more
than
5 minutes.
The
brightness
of the display
is darken
by 75%. The pro-
gram
is disactivated
when
there
is any activity.
• Picture
Control
Picture
Control
adiusts
Brightness,
Contrast,
Color,
Gamma
Correction
and
Sharpness
of the
specific
dis-
play.
• Search
Chapter
search:
Search
for a desired
chapter.
Title
search:
Search
for a desired
title.
Track
search:
Search
for a desired
track.
Time
search:
Search
for a desired
time
point
or a
title
or a track.
• Repeat
Chapter:
Title:
Track:
All:
Repeated
playback
of a chapter
of the
disc.
Repeated
playback
of a title
of the
disc,
Repeated
playback
of a track
of the
disc.
Repeated
playback
of the entire
disc,
(exclude
DVD)
A-B:
Repeated
playback
of a part
between
two points.
Group:
Repeated
playback
of a folder
of the
MP3/JPEG/WMA
disc being
played
is
possible.
• Zoom
2-time
or 4-time
magnified
screen
can
be displayed.
• Marker
Electric
reference
points
designated
by user
can
be
called
back.
• Resume
Playback
User
can resume
playback
from the
point
at which
the
playback
has
been
stopped
even
if the
power
is turned
off.
• Component
Video
Out
Jacks
Jacks
located
on the
back
of the
DVD
Player
which
are
used to send
high-quality
video
to a TV via
Component
Video
In Jacks.
• Bit
rate
indication
• DRC
(Dynamic
Range
Control)
You can control
the
range
of sound
volume.
• Displaying
a
JPEG
picture
Kodak
Picture
CDs
can be played
back.
Still images
stored
in JPEG
format
on CD-R/RW
can
also
be
played
back.
• Reproducing
WMA
data
You can enjoy
WMA
files
which
are recorded
on CD-
R/RW.
"WMA"
(Windows
Media Audio)
is
a new audio
I
codec
developed
by Microsoft
_ in the
United
I
States
of America.
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