Card Reader Features
Inputs and Outputs Notes
DVD-V4800 uses a 27MHz/10-bit video digital-to-analog converter, which, combined
with carefully selected analog components, ensures accurate recreation to the
original DVD image.
Audio D/A Converters: This unit
features 96khz/24-bit audio digital-to-analog converters
to ensure greater audio accuracy with every disc, especially releases recorded
in the ultra-high fidelity 96kHz/24-bit format.
PCM Downsampling: If your
connected receiver cannot reproduce a 96kHz signal, PCM Downsampling should be
applied to the digital output. When Downsampling is turned on, and you are
playing a DVD recorded in 96kHz, the signal is down converted to 48kHz/16-bit
before it is passed through the digital outputs. When No is selected and the
unit is playing a DVD recorded in 96kHz, a 96kHz/24-bit signal passes through
the digital outputs.
MP3/WMA Playback: This unit
will play MP3/WMA files recorded onto CD-R and CD-RW discs and Memory Cards using the ISO 9660 or
Joliet formats. MP3 files with a compression rate from 128-192 kbps and WMA
files with a compression rate from 64-192 kbps are supported. This unit can play
a maximum of 3000 files and 300 folders. When playing an MP3 or WMA disc, you
can access the following playback features: Track Repeat, Folder Repeat, and
Random File Play.
JPEG Playback: This unit will
play JPEG files recorded onto CD-R discs or Memory Cards using the ISO 9660 or Joliet formats.
All JPEG files on a disc can be played back in a slide show. The slide show has
a selectable interval that can be set to 6 seconds, 12 seconds, or 18 seconds.
You can zoom in on any selected image (2x or 4x) or rotate an image 90-degrees
clockwise. Each disc can have a maximum of 3000 files and 300 folders.
Motion Zoom: Motion Zoom allows
magnification (2x or 4x) of selected screen areas, without distortion, even as
the movie is playing. You can move the zoomed image around the screen.
EZ View: This
feature enables the elimination of the black letterbox bars of 4:3 TV screens
with the push of a button on the remote control. For a 4:3 TV, you can choose
Screen Fit, Zoom Fit or Vertical Fit. For watching a 4:3 program on a 16:9 TV,
you can select 4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 Pan Scan, Screen Fit, or Zoom Fit.
Play: Resume play allows you to resume playback of a disc from
the point where you last stopped. The stopping point is cleared when the Stop
button is pressed more than once or the disc tray is opened.
Bookmark: This function allows
you to store bookmarks on a disc that can be easily recalled. You can bookmark
up to 3 scenes at a time.
Display: The front panel
display will indicate elapsed time for DVD, CD, and VHS tape in hours and
minutes only (00:00).
Auto Power Off: The unit can
shut itself off after a predetermined period of time after the last button is
pressed. The Auto Power Off feature can be set to 1 hour, 2 hours, or turn the
Recording Note: Internal
dubbing from DVD to VHS is not possible.
Quasi S-VHS Playback: This
feature allows you to play S-VHS recordings using a standard VHS VCR. When S-VHS
recordings are played, they are displayed with standard VHS resolution.
Timer Recording: You can
program the VCR's timer to record up to 7 broadcasts, as far as a month in
advance. You can also record programs on a weekly or daily basis.
One-Touch Recording (OTR): Using
One-Touch Recording, you can record in 30-minute increments up to a maximum of 4
Auto Speed Select: When you are
recording a program in SP mode and the remaining tape becomes shorter than the
remaining recording time, the tape speed is automatically changed to SLP mode.
Variable Search System: The VCR
utilizes the VHS Index Search System (VISS), which uses index marks at the
beginning of a recorded program to help you navigate through the tape and locate
specific recordings. Features that use the Variable Search System include:
- Intro Scan:
You can search forward or backward for an index mark (made at
the beginning of each recording). When an index mark is found, the VCR plays for
about 5 seconds. If you want to view that program, you can press Play. If not,
the VCR will automatically search for the next index mark.
- End Search: If you are
searching for a blank position on a tape to record a program, you can press the
Enter button and the VCR will search for the next blank portion of the tape. If
the VCR reaches the end of the tape during End Search, it will eject the tape.
- Go to 0:00:00 Stop: This
feature allows you to reset the counter to zero during play or record. When in
stop mode, press the "Up" arrow and the tape will advance or rewind to
the last point where the counter was set to zero.
Skip: In play mode, the Skip
feature allows you to cue ahead 30 seconds of recorded program. You may press
the Skip button up to 4 times to cue ahead 2 minutes.
Repeat: This feature allows you
to review the last 5 seconds of tape from the current playback point.
Shuttle: From the play mode,
"Shuttle>>" gradually increases the cue speed from Double-speed
playback to Picture Search to Jet Search. "Shuttle<<" gradually
slows down the tape, then goes into Slow mode, Still mode, Reverse Picture
Search, and Reverse Jet Search.
Card Reader Features
7-in-2 Multi-Format Card
Compatibility: The DVD-V4800 features a front panel memory card reader with
2 slots, and compatibility with 7 different digital memory cards. This unit will
accept Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Smart Media cards, Secure Digital (SD)
cards, and MultiMedia Cards in the top slot, and Compact Flash cards and
MicroDrive in the bottom slot. If cards are inserted in both slots, the card in
the lower slot will have priority. Note: Memory cards over 2GB may not be
File Types: This unit will play
MP3, WMA, or JPEG files recorded onto a Memory Card.
Multibrand Remote: The remote
is pre-programmed to fully operate this unit and the basic functions on other
brands of TVs.
and Outputs Notes
Out: If you plan to connect the DVD/VCR to the TV using either the
S-Video or Component Video outputs, you will need to select which output you are
using in the "Alt Video Out" section of the DVD Setup menu. The
S-Video and Component Video outputs cannot be used simultaneously, and they work
only during DVD playback; for VHS playback, the composite video or RF output
connections must be used.
Rear-panel A/V Input: In
addition to the front-panel A/V input, the unit has an A/V input on the back
panel that consists of stereo RCA jacks and an RCA composite video jack.
DVD Outputs: The DVD video
signal is output through the RF, composite, S-video and component video outputs.
Warranty Note: The
DVD-V4800 has a standard 1-year parts and labor warranty, which is reduced to a
90-day parts and labor warranty for commercial use.