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For the locations of remote control buttons, refer to page 27.
Adjusting Playback Level (DVD LEVEL)
The audio of a DVD VIDEO and DVD AUDIO may be recorded at a lower level (volume) than for other types of disc. You can adjust the DVD level.
Enjoying Better Pictures (PROGRESSIVE)
In the progressive mode, you can enjoy better pictures.
â While a disc is being played back
, the display
â¢ Each time you press
toggles as follows in the display window.
: Sound level recorded in the DVD. : Enhances the sound level (initial setting). : Enhances the sound level to the highest level.
â¢ In order to enjoy pictures in the progressive mode, the following requirements should be met. â¢ There must be component video input terminals on the TV set connected to the main unit. â¢ The main unit and the TV set must be connected using a component video cord ( page 15). When the above requirements are not satisfied, leave the main unit in the Interlace mode. If the progressive mode is set, pictures may be distorted.
â While the disc is played back or paused
, the display
â¢ Select the level while listening to the sound played back.
â¢ Each time you press toggles as follows.
Interlace mode (initial setting)
â¢ DVD level is effective only for playback of a DVD. â¢ Even if the DVD level is changed, the output level from the digital audio output terminal will not be changed. â¢ This function does not affect recording sound. Progressive mode