User manual Philips DVD760/17B

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Quick Use Guide (cont’d)  
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DVD760  
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DVDVIDEO PLAYER  
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To simply play a Disc, follow these steps.Additional playback  
features are described in the accompanying owner’s manual.  
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Press STANDBY-ON on the front of the Player to turn  
POWER  
on the Player.  
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MODE  
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PLAYLIST  
SAVE  
CLEAR  
Turn on yourTV. Set it to the correctVideo In channel.  
You should see the Player’s blue screen saver on the TV (if no  
abc  
def  
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Disc is in the Player).  
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ghi  
jkl  
mno  
Press OPEN/CLOSE on the front of the Player to open the  
disc tray.  
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pqrs  
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tuv  
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wxyz  
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RETURN  
DISPLAY  
Load your Disc in the tray, with the label facing up. If the Disc  
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DVD) is two-sided, make sure the side you want to play is facing  
DISC  
SYSTEM  
up. Press OPEN/CLOSE again to close the tray.  
MENU  
MENU  
Playback may start automatically. If not, press PLAY B.  
If a Disc menu appears, use the 1234and OK buttons or the  
Number buttons to select features or start playback from a  
menu. Follow the instructions in the Disc menu.  
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STOP  
PLAY  
PAUSE  
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ZOOM  
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To stop playing the Disc, press STOP 9.  
SUBTITLE AUDIO  
T-C  
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DVDs must be labeled for ALL regions or for Region 1 in order to play on this  
Player.You cannot play Discs that are labeled for other regions. If one of these logos  
appears on your DVD or its case, it should play on this Player.  
REPEAT REPEAT SHUFFLE SCAN  
A-B  
Region Codes  
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Color Systems  
Recordings are made according to a color system.The most common color system in the  
United States is NTSC.This Player is compatible with NTSC and PAL. Make sure the  
Discs you play were recorded in NTSC or PAL and yourTV is NTSC or PAL  
compatible. Look for the color system of the DVD on the DVD or on the Disc case.  
NTSC  
PAL  
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Printed in China  
Detailed playback features and additional functions are described in the  
accompanying owner’s manual.  

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