Inputs and Outputs Notes
Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II
and DTS Decoding: This
receiver has a built-in decoder for Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS
Digital-to-Analog Decoding: This receiver
is equipped to decode 24-bit/96kHz PCM digital signals for playback of
Surround Modes: This
receiver incorporates a wide variety of surround modes to bring you maximum
enjoyment from your audio and video software. The surround modes include:
- Dolby Digital
- Dolby Pro Logic II
(Movie and Music)
- Live Club
- Dance Club
- All Channel Stereo
Attenuator: If the
level of an incoming signal is too high, you can adjust the level with the Input
Attenuator located on the front panel of the receiver.
Effect (LFE) Attenuator: If
the bass is distorted while playing back software encoded in Dolby Digital or
DTS, you can turn on the LFE Attenuator. This will decrease the level of the LFE
(subwoofer) output by 10dB.
playing back a source encoded in Dolby Digital, you can select one of three
settings for Dynamic Range. If you want to reduce dynamic range a little, select
MID. If you want to reduce apply maximum compression (useful at night), select
MAX. If no compression is desired, select OFF.
Sleep Timer: The
sleep timer can turn off the receiver after a preset amount of time. From the
remote control, you can set the sleep timer for 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120 or 150
Dimmer: The display can be
dimmed for night use.
Compatibility: This DVD player
plays DVD-Video discs, Video CDs, Super Video CDs, Audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs.
It can also play MP3 and JPEG files recorded on CD-Rs or CD-RWs.
High-Bit/High Sampling Video
D/A Converter: This
player uses a 10-bit/54MHz video digital-to-analog converter, which reduces
digital artifacts for a better picture.
Progressive Scan Output: This
DVD player may be set to output a progressive scan or interlaced video signal
from the component video output. Instead of splitting each video frame into two
sequential fields like interlaced scan, progressive scan displays the entire
frame in a single sweep. Where a standard DVD player's 480i output displays 30
frames (60 fields) per second, a progressive-scan player's 480p output displays
60 full frames per second. Progressive-scan picture quality is more film-like,
with more fine detail and less flicker. Progressive-scan viewing requires an
"HDTV-ready" TV. The output can be switched to Progressive or
Interlaced scanning from the remote control.
Digital Direct: This player has
"Digital Direct," which can produce the video output at twice the
conventional speed to allow the direct conversion of DVD's 24 fps
(frames-per-second) into Progressive 60 fps for display on your TV, thereby
avoiding the quality disadvantages of I/P (interlaced-to-progressive)
This function allows you to choose the viewing angle of scenes, which were shot
from a number of different angles. Note: This function is limited to DVDs
recorded with multiple camera angles.
Digest function allows the unit to display the opening scene of each title or
chapter on a DVD disc, or the opening scene of each track on a Video CD. It will
display up to nine chapters at a time.
Function: The Strobe function allows you
to display a series of nine consecutive still pictures. You can advance the
images by pressing the "Play" button while in Strobe mode.
Auto Standby: When the playback
on the DVD player ends, and no operation is done for a selected amount of time,
the unit is turned off automatically. You can select 30 or 60 minutes for the
Auto Standby feature, or "Off" if you want to deactivate the feature.
RM-SRXDV3J Wireless (IR) Remote: The
supplied remote allows you to fully control the RX-DV3SL, plus other JVC
components such as Tape decks, CD player/recorders, TVs and VCRs. It will also
control numerous other brands of TVs, DBS tuners, and VCRs.
A/V Compu Link: When
connected to a JVC VCR or television with A/V Compu Link, the components will
communicate to each other via the control cable. Automatic source selection and
automatic power on/off are some of the benefits of A/V Compu Link. By simply
starting the VCR or DVD player, all the necessary settings of the television
and/or receiver for enjoying playback are automatically performed.
and Outputs Notes
Headphone Output: This unit has
a stereo mini-jack headphone output on the front panel. When a pair of
headphones are plugged in, the speaker outputs are deactivated.
A/V Compu Link-III: There are 2
A/V Compu Link-III mini-jack inputs for connecting the control cables of
compatible JVC components.
Video Outputs: There is one set
of Component Video outputs for viewing the picture from the built-in DVD player
only. The S-Video and Composite Video outputs are for viewing the picture from
the connected DBS Tuner and/or VCR. The same type of cable must be used for both
the inputs and outputs. There is no conversion of S-Video to Composite or
Composite to S-Video.