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Description of JVC TH-M42 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English, French

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Text excerpt from page 81 (click to view)
Fonctions de base

Sélection de la source pour la lecture
À l’aide de la télécommande :

Arrêt momentané du son
À l’aide de la télécommande :

Appuyez sur MUTING.
“MUTING” apparaît sur la fenêtre d’affichage, et le son est coupé.

Appuyez sur l’une des touches de sélection de la source (DVD, FM/AM, VCR ou DBS).
Pour lire un disque (DVD, CD vidéo, etc.). (A p. 21, 23) FM/AM : Pour écouter une station FM ou AM. (A p. 25) À chaque fois que vous appuyez sur la touche, vous activez tour à tour la bande FM et AM. VCR : Pour sélectionner la source à partir d’un appareil raccordé aux prises VCR IN et AUDIO IN (VCR). (A p. 12) DBS : Pour sélectionner la source à partir d’un appareil raccordé à la prise DIGITAL IN (DBS). (A p. 12) Sur l’unité centrale : DVD :

Pour rétablir le son Appuyez de nouveau sur MUTING. • Il est également possible de rétablir le son en appuyant sur AUDIO VOL +/– (ou en tournant le bouton VOLUME sur l’unité centrale).

Réglage de la luminosité
Vous pouvez baisser l’intensité de l’éclairage des indications sur la fenêtre d’affichage, du niveau du témoin lumineux sur l’unité centrale. À l’aide de la télécommande :

Appuyez plusieurs fois sur SOURCE jusqu’à ce que le nom de la source qui vous intéresse apparaisse sur la fenêtre d’affichage.
À chaque fois que vous appuyez sur la touche, la source change comme suit : ] DVD ] AM ] FM ] VCR ] DBS ] (retour au début) Le nom de la source sélectionnée apparaît sur la fenêtre d’affichage. Exemple : Vous sélectionnez “VCR”.

Appuyez sur DIMMER.
À chaque fois que vous appuyez sur la touche, la luminosité change comme suit : ] OFF ] DIMMER1 ] DIMMER2 ] (retour au début) • OFF : Pour rétablir le niveau normal. • DIMMER1 : Pour baisser l’intensité de l’éclairage de la fenêtre d’affichage, du témoin lumineux. • DIMMER2 : Pour baisser l’intensité de l’éclairage sur la fenêtre d’affichage au-delà de DIMMER1 et éteindre le témoin lumineux.

• Lorsque une source hormis DVD est sélectionnée, le système n’émet pas les signaux vidéo.

Réglage du volume
• Vérifiez que le niveau sonore est au minimum avant de démarrer une source. Si le volume est réglé à plein, un bruit très fort sortira des enceintes, pouvant provoquer des troubles auditifs irrémédiables et/ou endommager le matériel.

Vous pouvez régler le volume dans une plage entre “0” (minimum) et “70” (maximum). À l’aide de la télécommande :

Appuyez sur AUDIO VOL + ou –.
• Appuyez sur + pour augmenter le volume. • Appuyez sur – pour diminuer le volume. Sur l’unité centrale :

Tournez le bouton VOLUME.
• Tournez le bouton VOLUME vers la droite pour augmenter le volume. • Tournez le bouton VOLUME vers la gauche pour diminuer le volume. Le niveau sonore apparaît sur la fenêtre d’affichage.



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