Main unit
1. VOLUME KNOB
2. PHONES JACK
3. PHONES JACK
4. INPUT / OUTPUT LINE SELECTOR
5. AUDIO JACK
6. VIDEO (COMPOSITE) JACK
7. S – VIDEO JACK
8. DC IN JACK
9. TFT DISPLAY
10. SPEAKERS
1 1. TITLE MENU BUTTON
12. DISPLAY BUTTON
13. ENTER BUTTON
14. SKIP FORWARD BUTTON
15. PAUSE BUTTON
16. STOP BUTTON
17. PLA Y BUTTON
18. DVD MENU BUTTON
19. SETUP BUTTON
20. NETVIGA TION (///) BUTTONS
21. SKIP REVERSE BUTTON
22. DISC COMPARTMENT
23. DISC COMP ARTMENT OPEN BUTTON
24. POWER SLIDE KNOB
25. OPEN SLIDE KNOB
26. FULL INDICATOR
27. CHARGE INDICATOR
28. STANDBY INDICATOR
29. REMOTE SENSOR

Warning

TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THE
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel only .
The AC adaptor must only be changed at qualified service facility.
This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear panel.
This product contains a low power laser device. To ensure continued safety , do not remove any
cover or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product. Refer all servicing to qualified
personnel only .

MAINTENANCE AND CARE

Caring for the player
“The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing” and that no objects filled with
liquid shall be placed on the unit.
This kind of electronic products should never be subjected to extreme temperatures or high
humidity.
If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel
before operating it any further .
When the lens in the pick-up gets dirty, malfunctions including the impossibility of playback
may occur .
The lens should be cleaned using a commercially available camera lens blower, etc. Do not
touch the lens to prevent damaging the mechanism. Also do not use a lens cleaner or disc
cleaner product.
Never play a cracked or warped disc.
Cleaning the Unit
To prevent fire or shock hazard, disconnect your unit from the AC power source when cleaning.
The finish on your unit may be cleaned with a dust cloth and cared for as other furniture. Use
caution when cleaning and wiping the plastic parts. Mild soap and a damp cloth may be used
on the panel.
Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner, gasoline, or benzine, etc.
Condensation
If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, moisture may condense inside the
DVD player and cause damage to the lenses. When you first install the unit, or when you move
it from a cold to a warm location, wait for 30 minutes before operating the unit.
Disconnect power
If you are not going to use the player for a long time, be sure to disconnect the power converter
from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC adaptor, grasp the plug itself, never pull the cord.

Caution

The following marking is printed on the rear panel.
This symbol is intended to alert the user of the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the applicance.

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

1. Power sources — Only use the AC/DC power adaptor that is packed with the unit. Using other
adapters could seriously damage the unit.
2. Power-cord protection — Power Supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
3. Enclosure removal — Never remove the enclosure.
4. Drop — Do not drop the unit or apply strong shock to it.
5. Ventilation — Avoid hindering the ventilation of the unit, when playing in the car with pouch,
ensure is kept the pouch opening.
6. Abnormal smell — If an abnormal smell or smoke is detected, immediately turn the power OFF
and pullout the AC adaptor from wall outlet. Contact your dealer or nearest service center.

Getting started

Unpacking
Unpack the unit and make sure that all accessories are put aside so they will not be lost. We recom-
mend that you retain the original carton and packing materials for use should you transport or ship the
unit in the future.
Keep this manual handy for future reference.
Portable DVD Player. ............................. x1 Remote control handset with battery (CR2025)x1
Battery Pack .......................................... x1 AC adaptor. ..................................................... x1
User manual. .......................................... x1
Before using the player , please ensure that the local AC voltage is suitable for this unit.
7. Heat-Avoid placing the unit under direct sunlight or near a source of heat such as heating
equipment. Particularly, never leave it in an automobile or on the dashboard.
8. Temperature — The unit may not function properly if used at extremely low , or freezing temperatures.
The ideal ambient temperature is above +5°C(41°F).
9. Water and moisture — The unit should not be used near water -for example, near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
10. Vibration — Avoid placing the unit on an unstable place such as a shelf or in a place subject to
vibrations.
11. Magnetic fields — keep the unit away from sources of magnetic fie1ds such as TV sets, speaker
systems, radio, motorized toys or magnetized objects.
12. Nonuse periods — The AC adaptor of the unit should be unplugged from the outlet when left
unused for a long period of time.
13. Damage requiring service-The unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged.
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the unit.
C. The unit has been exposed to rain.
D. The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance.
E. The unit has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
14. Servicing — The user should not attempt to service the unit beyond that described in the operating
instructions-All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.
15. CAUTION — TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THE AC PLUG WLTH AN
EXTENSLON CORD, RECEPT ACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULL Y
INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
Notes on using through car stereo:
In case of abnormality such as smoke production, immediately unplug the car adaptor from the cigar
lighter socket. Do not leave the products or batteries in the car.

Location of features

Remote Control Unit
1. KEY LOCK BUTTON
2. NUMBER 0 TO +9 BUTT ON
3. DVD MENU BUTTON
4. TITLE MENU BUTTON
5. PBC BUTTON
6. DISPLA Y BUTTON
7. NA VIGA TION (,,,) BUTT ON
8. RETURN BUTTON
9. BOOKMARK BUTTON
10. SLOW/R BUTTON
11. PAUSE/STEP BUTTON
12. RANDOM BUTTON
13. MUTE BUTTON
14. REPEAT/REPEAT A-B BUTTON
15. SEARCH FORWARD BUTTON
16. SEARCH REVERSE BUTTON
17. SKIP FORWARD BUTTON
18. SKIP REVERSE BUTTON
19. SLOW/F BUTTON
20. STOP BUTTON
21. PROGRAM BUTTON
22. SEARCH BUTTON
23. ENTER BUTTON
24. PLAY BUTTON
25. SETUP BUTTON
26. 3D BUTTON
27. ANGLE BUTTON
28. SUBTITLE MENU BUTTON
29. AUDIO MENU BUTTON
30. AUDIO MODE BUTTON
31. ZOOM BUTTON
32. CLEAR BUTTON
33. DIGEST BUTT ON
34. STAN DB Y ON/OFF BUTTON
35. SCREEN ON/OFF BUTTON
Point remote control unit no more than 6m
from the remote sensor and within about
300 of the front of the unit.
NOTES:
To activate buttons on the UNIT, press and release the button each time. (From button no. 11-21, 23)

Power Sources

Battery installation (remote control unit)
Note: When start to operate the handset, please pull out the insulation
plate directly.
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Insert one battery (CR 2025) making sure the polarity (+ / –)
matches the marks inside the unit.
3. Replace the cover.
Do not attempt to recharge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or
throw the batteries into the fire.
Charging the Battery
After loading the battery, then refer the step of “Using AC Adapter
for player” to connect power converter.
Notes:
For the kind of Ni-MH rechargeable battery, it will not be fully
charged when a battery to be charged first time, please note that
the discharging time will be short.
The battery will be operated normally with normal capacity after
4~5 times of charging and discharging. It is not a defect and
abnormal battery.
After a period of storage, or not use for a period, it will require
users to repeat above mentioned steps to get the battery back to normal condition.
The battery is fully charged for approximately 4 hours after the AC adaptor is connected.
Battery is charging the CHARGE indicator at the front will light on RED. When charging is completed,
the FULL indicator will light on GREEN.
Notes:
Disconnect the AC adapter plugs from both the battery and the AC outlet, when charging is
completed or not necessary.
Battery recharge circuit operates in OFF mode. Switch off the unit for battery recharge.
When battery is fully charged and released from unit, the CHARGE indicator will light on
RED, it means the charge circuit is ON
Battery Low Indication
When using the rechargeable battery to play and the battery is nearly
exhausted, the player front “STANDBY” indicator will blinking. In a while,
the power will be turned off automatically. Refer “Charging the Battery” to
recharge the battery.
Using the Car Adapter (optional)
Plug the small end of the car adapter into the DC IN jack and then plug the
other end into the cigarette lighter socket. This indicator lights when the
power is on.
Battery installation (player)
Following the diagrams below, to loading or release the battery.
Note: When release the battery , then push down and hold the lock on
backside, put back to release.
Using AC Adapter for Player
Insert the DC plug at the end of the adapter cord into the DC IN jack at
the right side of the player. Then plug the other end into an AC wall outlet.
Notes:
Only use with the supplied AC adapter. Using with other AC
adapter could be damaged.
Remove both DC plug & AC-IN plug, to disconnect the AC
adapter when not necessary.

Basic Playback

DVD, VCD, Audio CD, MP3-disc Starting playback
1 To power on the unit, slide the POWER knob ON at
the unit left then the unit will turn on.
Notes: To select the power source, please refer portion
of POWER SOURCE
2 Slide the LINE SELECT IN/OUT to the “OUT”
position.
3 Press OPEN/CLOSE button, to open up the disc
compartment door (OPEN appears on screen) and
place the disc with the label side facing front on
the disc tray.
Notes: Hold the disc without touching either of its
surfaces, placed with the printed title side facing
up only.
4 Push down the left front edge on the door, to close
secure. The disc will start playback automatically.
Notes:
Loading the disc in any source mode will switch
from the current mode to disc mode.
For MP3 disc, the disc reading time may exceed a
little bit longer, due to the large number of songs
complied into one disc.
If playing DVD disc a MENU appears on the TV screen:
Press the (//or) Arrow buttons, to select the desired item, then press the ENTER button.
Playback of the selected item will start.
Note: For more details, please refer to the jacket or case of the disc. If the password is set and the
inserted disc is within the Parental Ratings set, then the Password screen will appear, prompting you
to enter the password.
If playing MP3-disc, please refer portion of “MP3 Basic Operation”.
5 Stopping play
Press the STOP button once and Press PLAY to continue appears on the screen. The player
memorizes the point where you stopped. If you press the PLA Y button again, play st arts automatically
from the point where you stopped. (Resuming Playback)
If the STOP button is pressed twice, the screen shows STOP( ) then the player stops
completely.
Note: Some discs may not start resuming playback.
6 Adjust the volume knob to a comfortable level.
Note: When in play mode, the “STANDBY” indicator is blinking, the battery is nearly exhausted.
Refer “POWER SOURCE” to recharge the battery.

CONNECTIONS

Connect headphones to player headphone jack.
CAUTION: Listening at high power for a long moment could damage
user’s ears.
Connect the DC plug
Connect the DC plug at the end of the adapter cord, or connect the
Car Adapter (optional) into the DC IN jack, then plug the other end into
the car cigarette lighter socket.
SYSTEM CONNECTION
Use audio cable (Red / White), video cable (Yellow) to connect from
player to TV set and amplifier.
CONNECT THE PLAYER TO TV SET BY AUDIO / AV
CABLE (cables not included)
Use audio cable (Red / White), video cable (Yellow) to connect the
player and TV set.
CONNECT THE PLAYER TO TV SET BY S–VIDEO
CABLE (cables not included)
Use S-Video cable to connect the player and TV set.
CONNECT OTHER MEDIA TO THE PLAYER (cables
not included)
Use audio cable (Red / White), video cable (Yellow) to
connect from other media to player
Notes:
Slide the Line Select switch to “ IN “
Notes for cable connections:
Audio cable (one end with small plug, and two end with Red / White RCA plug.)
Video cable ( one end with small plug, and one end with Yellow RCA plug).
S-Video cable ( one end with small plug, and one end with S-Video plug).
T urn off the power and keep DC cord pulled out from the adapter when connecting the system

Basic operation

Panel Key Lock
Press KEY LOCK Button: “Key Lock On” Appears on TV screen, then the function keys on main unit are
disable except power button.To make all buttons available again, press KEY LOCK button again.
Skip and Searching
1 SKIP REV(
) and FF(
) button:
Press these buttons to go to the previous/next chapter (DVD) or track (CD).
2 SLOW/F, SLOW/R button:
Press this button to select slow-motion forward or rewind playback at 1/2,1/4,1/8,1/16 normal speed
without sound.
NOTE: This player does not support slow-motion for playback audio CD & MP3-disc, and slow-motion
re-wind (SLOW/R) does not support playback VCD disc and “xxxxx” will appear on the TV screen.
3 PAUSE/STEP (
) button: Press button once to pause the picture.
Repeatedly press the PAUSE/STEP (
) button to play the DVD one frame at a time.
4 SEARCH REV() and FF() button: These buttons allow searching ahead/back at 4-level speeds
1st press: x2 2nd press: x4 3rd press: x8 4th press: x16
Note: Press the PLAY (X) button to resume normal playback.
Title/Chapter Search
Use this feature to directly go to a specific title and/or chapter .
Press the SEARCH button once. Press the (,) buttons to select the TITLE, then use the numeric
buttons to select the desired title number .
Press the ( , ) buttons to select the CHAPTER, then use the numeric buttons to select the desired
chapter number .
Title/Time Search
Use this feature to directly go to a specific title and/or time.
While in the playing mode, press the SEARCH button twice. Press the (,) buttons to select the
TITLE, then use the Number buttons to select the desired title number.
Press the (,) buttons to select the TIME, then use the Number buttons to select the desired time.
NOTE:
If the Search feature is attempted in the Play mode, then you can only go to a specific chapter or time,
you cannot change the title number .
If you enter a time that exceeds the time limit of the DVD, then “INPUT INVALID” will appear ,
and you must try again.
Repeat may not work properly with some discs.
When play VCD, the SEARCH feature can only use Number buttons to select desired track or time.
REPEAT PLAYBACK MODE BUTTONS
The repeat functions that you can enjoy are dependent on the disc types played.
DVD: T itle repeat, chapter repeat and given portion repeat.
VCD / CD: All tracks repeat, single track repeat and given portion.
REPEAT button
DVD disc:
While in the Playback mode, press the REPEAT button once; “ 3 CHAPTER ” will appear briefly on the
TV screen and the currently playing Chapter will repeat continuously .
While in the Playback mode, press the REPEAT button a second time; “ 3 TITLE ” will appear briefly on
the TV screen and the currently playing Title will repeat continuously. Press the REPEAT button once
more to cancel Repeat mode.
CD / VCD disc:
To Repeat play a track, simply select the track as described on the previous page, then press the
REPEAT button once; “ 3 TRACK ” Will appear on the TV screen and the unit will repeat the selected
track continuously until the STOP () button is pressed.
To Repeat play all tracks on a CD, press the REPEAT button a second time; “ 3 ALL ” will appear on the
TV screen and unit will repeat the CD continuously until the STOP () button is pressed.
To cancel Repeat play, press the REPEAT button until “REPEA T OFF” will shown on the TV screen.
A-B REPEAT button
Note: MP3 discs does not support this function.
DVD / CD / VCD disc:
This player can repeatedly play back a specific section.
While in the Playback mode, press the Repeat A-B button to define where you want the section to start.
Press the Repeat A-B button again to define where you would like the section to end, the unit will then
play the selected area continuously .
To cancel A-B Repeat mode, press the A-B button again until the icon disappear on screen.
Random Playback
Press the RANDOM button once and “RANDOM” will appear on the TV screen. Press the PLAY (X)
button and the unit will play all the tracks back in random order. After 20 tracks have been randomly
played, the unit will automatically stop playing and enter the Stop mode. To cancel Shuffle, press the
RANDOM button a second time “RANDOM OFF” will shown on the TV screen.
Note: When playing CD, MP3, or others audio media disc, you can press the “SCREEN ON / OFF”
button, to turn off the TFT screen temporary , it will save more power when using rechargable battery for
playing.
Programmed Playback (DVD/CD/VCD)
Note: MP3 discs does not support this function.
This unit has a 20 track programmable memory that allows you to program up to 20 tracks on any disc
for playback in any desired order . You may program 20 different tracks or you may also program certain
tracks to play more than once. To perform programmed playback, proceed as follows:
1. While in the Stop mode, press the PROGRAM button, the Program menu will appear on the TV
screen.
2. Press the Numeric buttons to input 2 numbers for each program track : one for title, one for chapter.
After input 2 numbers, the cursor will automatically jump to the next program track for input another
numbers.
3. Repeat step 2 until all desired title & chapters have been programmed (up to 20). You can repeat a
title & chapter more than once if desired.
4. Press the (,,,) button to select “ ST AR T ” position.
5. Press the PLAY (X) button to begin programmed playback.
Playback will begin on the first title/chapter that you programmed and the player will continue to play
all of the tracks that you programmed in the order in which you programmed them.
FOR VCD / CD:
Select the track to be programmed into memory by using the Numeric buttons. The unit will automati-
cally go to the next track to allow you to program.
FOR DVD:
Select the TITLE/CHAPTER to be memory by using the number buttons. The unit will automatically go
to the next track to allow you to program.
Press the STOP () button to stop programmed play .
TO CANCEL THE PROGRAM FUNCTION:
To cancel the Program function, press the STOP () button twice, or press the OPEN/CLOSE button.
IMPORTANT
When the “xxxxx” symbol appears while pressing a button, this means that the corresponding function
cannot be performed either on the disc inserted, or in the selected mode.

Advanced Playback mode

Audio menu
Press AUDIO MENU button, you can change the audio language from the one selected at the
initial settings to a different language, if available.
DVD Menu
Press the DVD MENU button, and the Main Menu of the disc will appear. Use the (,,,)
button to select the desired option, and then press the ENTER button.
This is not available on all discs.
Subtitle Menu
Press the SUBTITLE MENU button to select a subtitle language, and to turn the subtitle menu on
/off. This feature is not available on all discs.
Title Menu
Press the TITLE MENU button and the Title Menu of the disc will appear. Use the (,,,)
button to select the desired option, and then press the ENTER button.
This is not available on all discs.
Audio Mode (Audio CDs only)
While playing an audio CD (not DVD), you can cycle between the audio modes as follows:
Press the AUDIO MODE button to cycle through the audio modes. The audio modes vary depend-
ing on the disc inserted, but include MONO LEFT, MONO RIGHT, MIX MONO, STEREO, etc. “
DISC NOT SUPPOR T ” will appear if the disc does not support audio mode changing.
3D Sound
During playback of a disc, press the 3D button repeatedly to achieve the highest quality sound.
Select from the following surround modes:
SURROUND ROCK SURROUND POP SURROUND LIVE SURROUND DANCE
SURROUND TECHNO SURROUND CLASSIC SURROUND SOFT SURROUND OFF
(return )
MUTE
Press the MUTE button once to mute the sound, “ MUTE ” will appear on the TV screen, Press the
MUTE button again to restore the sound.
Bookmark for DVD/ VCD/ CD
Note: MP3 discs does not support this function.
Storing bookmarks in the memory to be viewed is similar to marking your page in a book. You
can quickly go to any point on the disc.
To Program bookmarks:
1. Press the Bookmark button during play.
2. Press the Play(X) button to choose start marking.
3. Press the Bookmark button to leave Bookmark section.
4. Press the Skip (/) or Search (/) buttons to go to desired Title/Chapter section.
5. Press the Bookmark button to enter Bookmark section again.
6. Press the Navigation button () to go to the empty bookmark space.
7. Repeat step 1 to 4 to program remains Bookmark.
T o Play Programmed bookmarks:
1. Press the Bookmark button to enter Bookmark section
2. Press the Navigation buttons (/) to go to our desired Bookmark position.
3. Press Play(X) button to choose start Bookmark play . The playing time will display on screen.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 2, to play Bookmark.
T o Clear Bookmarks:
1. In the bookmark section, press the Clear button to clear the old bookmark marking.
2. Exit the Bookmark section by pressing the Bookmark button. Or press the OPEN/CLOSE
button to eject the disc to clear all programmed bookmarks.
Note: Some discs may not work Bookmark function. S toring, playing, and clearing a bookmark in
the memory, up to 12 point s can be memorized for each disc.
Zoom Function
Note: MP3 discs does not support this function.
Press ZOOM button (Zoom x2, x3, x4) during normal, slow or still playback mode. This player can
magnify a picture and use Navigation Arrow buttons (,,,) to select desired part of the
zoomed picture.
Viewing from a desired camera angle (Multi-Angle) [DVD]
Some DVD discs may contain scenes which have been shot simultaneously from a number of
different camera angles.
The jacket or case of discs that are recorded with angle will be marked. Example: “xxxxxx
Note:
The recorded angles differ depending on the disc used.
1. Play the disc that is recorded with angles.
2. Press the ANGLE button, when the player reaches a sequence recorded in more than one
angle, the symbol “xxxxxx” will appear on the sceen.
3. Press the ANGLE button again to choose the desired angle, TV screen will change within one
or two seconds.
Display Button
1. Press DISPLAY button to show the elapsed time and remaining time of the playing disc.
2. Each time display button is pressed, the time will change on the screen as follows:
DVD disc:
Title Elapsed Title Remain Chapter Elapsed Chapter Remain Display Off (return )
VCD & CD
Single Elapsed Single Remain Total Elapsed Total Remain Display Off (return )
MP3
Single Elapsed Single Remain (return )

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS (continue)

You can help protect the environment!
Please remember to respect the local regulations: hand in the non-working electrical
equipments to an appropriate waste disposal center.
For rechargeable battery
Attention: Ni MH batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly.
In case of malfunction due to elec-
trostatic discharge, reset the ap-
paratus by disconnecting from
power supply.
Micro System with AUX IN
TV set
DVD Player
VIDEO
CABLE
S–VIDEO
CABLE
AUDIO CABLE
TUNING
OTHER
MEDIA
PLAYER

Model: KS5846

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

8.4” PORT ABLE DVD PLA YER

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