DVD – 1930
DVD/SACD Video Player (2006-07)
Dimensions: 435 x 75 x 310mm
Disc formats: DVD, CD, VCD, SVCD, SACD, DVD-A
Audio formats: PCM, DD, DTS, MP3, WMA
Signal to Noise Ratio: 115dB
Dynamic range: 100dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.004%
Line output: 2V
Digital Output: Coaxial, Optical
Video Connections: HDMI, Component, SVHS, Composite, Scart
Common Problems that occur in DENON DVD-1930
Fault: No power
Solution: 1. Check if the AC power cord is properly connected.
2. Unplug the AC power cord once, and wait for 5-10 seconds and then plug it in again.
Fault: Picture freezes momentarily during playback
Solution: 1. Check the disc for fingerprints/scratches and clean witha soft cloth wiping from center to edge.
2. Clean the disc.
Fault: DVD player cannot read CDs/DVDs
Solution: Use a commonly available CD/DVD cleaner to clean the lens before sending the DVD player for repair
Fault: No DTS sound output
Solution: Use a DIGITAL OUT jack when outputting the DTS sound.
Fault: Completely distorted picture or black/white picture with DVD
Solution: 1. Connect the DVD player directly to the TV.
2. Make sure the disc is compatible with the DVD player.
Problem: No image from HDMI connection
Solution: 1. Check the HDMI connection. (Check the status of the HDMI related indications.)
2. Check whether the connected monitor equipment or other equipment supports HDCP. (This player will not output a video signal unless the other equipment supports HDCP.)
3. Check the setting of HDMI.
4. Check whether the output format of this player (HDMIFORMAT) matches the supported input format of the other
HOW TO CONNECT TO A TV WITHOUT AUDIO/VIDEO INPUT JACKS?
If your TV does not have RCA type audio and video input jacks it is still possible to connect this DVD player to your TV’s 75-ohm coaxial antenna terminal using an optional Stereo Audio/Video RF Modulator, not included.
Connect the audio and video outputs of the DVD player to the audio and video inputs on the RF Modulator, and then connect the coaxial output of the RF Modulator (usually marked “TO TV”) to the 75 ohm coaxial antenna termi-nal on your TV. Follow the instruction supplied with the RF Modulator for more details.
If your TV’s 75 ohm coaxial antenna terminal is already occupied by an antenna or cable box connection, remove that cable from your TV’s antenna terminal and reconnect it to the coaxial antenna input terminal of the RF Modulator (usually marked “ANT IN”), then connect the RF modulator to your TV’s antenna terminal as described above.NOTE:• The picture quality from DVD discs will not be as good if the DVD player is connected to the TV’s antenna terminalthrough an RF Modulator.