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Installation Manual


Manual de instalación

KIT100 USA Part No. 290159USA Issue 1: March 2004

important safety instructions
Explanation of Graphical Symbols


The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of a sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock to persons. The exclamation mark within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.


CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, insert fully. Warning: This electrical apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and care should be taken not to place objects containing liquids, such as vases, upon the apparatus. Class 1 laser product The DVD player contained within this system is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT according to EN60825-1:1994 + A11.The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the bottom of the DVD unit.

CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. The DVD player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel. Class B emissions limits This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Batteries Please dispose of used batteries properly, following any local regulations. Do not incinerate. Please read this owner's guide · Read these instructions and heed all warnings. · Do not use this apparatus near water. · Please take the time to follow this owner's guide carefully. It will help you set up and operate your system properly, and enjoy all of its advanced features. Save this owner's guide for future reference. · Do not block the ventilation openings at the rear of the subwoofer. · Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. · Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding - type plug.The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. · Protect the power cord and plugs from being walked on or pinched. · Only use attachments/accessories specified by KEF. · Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. · Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. · Clean only with a damp cloth. · When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.


(ES) introducción


Thank you for purchasing the KIT100.We are confident that it will provide reliable, high performance sound for many years to come. Please read this manual fully before you attempt any connections to the KIT100. Gracias por adquirir el modelo KIT100. Un producto de calidad excepcional capaz de garantizar un sonido de alta calidad por muchos años. Por favor lea atentamente este manual antes de seguir adelante con las conexiones del KIT100.

carton contents
(ES) contenido del embalaje

KIT100 Speakers


KIT100 PSW Subwoofer






Composite video

tv audio

Subwoofer/head unit


using the manual
(ES) uso del manual


The following icons are used throughout this manual to help you safely install your new DVD system. Please follow them carefully. Se utilizan los iconos siguientes en este manual para ayudarle a instalar con seguridad sus nuevos altavoces. Sígalas cuidadosamente. (GB) Correct (ES) Correcto (GB) Wrong (ES) Incorrecto (GB) Option (ES) Opción (GB) Caution/Warning (ES) Precaución/Atención

(GB) Electrical Warning (ES) Advertencia eléctrica

(GB) Positive/RED (ES) Positivo / ROJO

(GB) Negative/BLACK (ES) Negativo / NEGRO

important points
(ES) puntos importantes (GB) Follow this manual carefully for best results (ES) Siga las instrucciones de este manual para obtener los mejores resultados (GB) SAFETY NOTICE! trailing cables are dangerous, secure all cables (ES) ¡ATENCION! los cables de conexión sueltos de los altavoces son peligrosos. Fíjelos

(GB) Read and return warranty card (ES) Lea y envíenos la tarjeta de garantía

(GB) Avoid temperature extremes (ES) Evite temperaturas extremas

(GB) Do not use spirit based cleaners (ES) No use limpiadores con base de alcohol

(GB) Clean with a damp lint free cloth (ES) Limpie con un paño húmedo



(GB) Read (ES) Lea

(GB) Avoid damp (ES) Evite la humedad

(GB) Avoid direct sunlight (ES) Evite la luz directa del sol


quick start-up guide
(ES) guía rápida de procedimientos iniciales






























open / close



positioning speakers
(ES) colocación de los altavoces



750 mm


positioning subwoofer
(ES) colocación del subwoofer





tv connection options
(ES) opciones de conexión a tv


S video



tv audio out




vcr/satellite advanced connection options
(ES) opciones de conexión avanzadas a vcr/satélite

S-VIDEO R Line Out L

Line Out R S-VIDEO L




S-VIDEO R Line Out L

S-VIDEO R Line Out L




am aerial set-up
(ES) configuración de la antena de am

fm aerial set-up
(ES) configuración de la antena de fm






English instructions
Carefully unpack your system. Save all packing materials, which provide the safest way to transport your system as needed. WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep the plastic bags out of the reach of children. If any part of the system appears damaged, do not attempt to use it. Notify your authorised dealer immediately. Check to be sure your system includes the parts shown (page 1). Note: Please make a note of the serial numbers on the bottom of the DVD unit and the rear of the subwoofer. Copy those numbers onto your warranty card and in the space provided below. For your records Serial numbers are located on the bottom of the DVD unit and the rear of the Subwoofer module. DVD unit serial number: ______________________________________________________________________________________

Subwoofer module serial number: ________________________________________________________________________________ Dealer name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________

Dealer phone: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Purchase date: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ User defined DVD parental code: ________________________________________________________________________________ We suggest you keep your sales receipt and warranty card together with this owner's guide.

video connection setup
Selecting the correct input on your TV The KEF Instant Theatre on-screen displays will only be present on your TV screen if the TV's external input is properly set to the correct input which is connected to the DVD player.The video input selection is most commonly made on televisions by pressing the TV's remote control button marked `TV/Video', `Input', `AV in' or `Aux'. Selecting Component and Progressive DVD output When using the component video connection to your TV (whether progressive or not) you must connect the composite video connection as well to allow you to set the component option while the default DVD output is composite only. Once you have selected the component option in the DVDs video settings menu change the TVs input source to compontent and then select progressive if supported by your TV. Video loop-through The KEF Instant Theatre only plays composite video inputs on the composite vido output and only plays SVideo inputs on the SVideo output.You will therefore need a composite or an SVideo lead if you are using these as video sources. Record and Multi-room audio outputs Stereo mode must be selected in the Audio menu when using the left and right Record/Multi-room output on the back of the subwoofer to turn the surround sound off.


dvd system controls
POWER Turns your KEF Instant Theatre system on and off.When off the standby LED is lit <> VOLUME Increases or decreases the system volume. Pressing also unmutes the system if muted PLAY/PAUSE Starts the DVD or CD playing, if a disc is in. If already playing it will pause the disc; press again to resume playing


SOURCE Changes to the next source selection with each press

<> SKIP/PRESET Selects the next or previous chapter on a DVD, track on a CD or MP3 disc, picture on a JPEG disc or radio station preset

OPEN/CLOSE Opens and closes the disc tray

Surround sound encoding currently being applied by the system: DOLBY DIGITAL® DOLBY PRO LOGIC II® DTS

Radio TUNED, FM Stereo and frequency band

MUTE activated

When SLEEP is activated, the time until system turn off is displayed

Output acoustic mode over ride indicator: STEREO / MOVIE

Will display CD track number and its elapsed time when a disc is playing or the frequency of a radio station

Radio PRESET number

dvd rear panel
Radio aerials AM and FM Video inputs S-video or composite Digital audio inputs Audio inputs from set-top box, VCR and TV

DVD region code

Connection to subwoofer

Video output to TV Component, S-video or Composite

Digital Audio output


remote control

OPEN/CLOSE Opens and closes the disc tray POWER Turns the system on or off DEVICE Selects the device to be operated by the remote control. For example;TV,VCR, satellite set-top box, cable set-top box. Press DVD device key to control your KIT100 DVD home theatre. SET Used to program in the correct IR product code to enable the remote control to operate different equipment.


SUBTITLES Changes to the next available subtitle language on the DVD disc SLEEP Activates the automatic system turn off timer. Repeated pressing selects a sleep time between 10 and 120 minutes and timer off NUMERIC KEYPAD Enter the number of the desired DVD chapter, CD track, or radio station preset SOURCE Selects the source of the KIT100 DVD home theatre. Each press scrolls through the available functions. Disc (will play the inserted DVD, CD or MP3 disc), FM radio, AM radio,TV sound source,VCR sound and video source, CBL/SAT set-top box sound and video source.


BASS/ TREBLE Displays the bass/treble control menu MUTE Mutes and unmutes the system volume ± VOLUME Increases or decreases the system volume ± SUBWOOFER LEVEL Increases or decreases the level of bass from the subwoofer ± SKIP/PRESET Selects the next or previous chapter on a DVD, track on a CD or MP3 disc, picture on a JPEG disc or radio station preset

DVD MENU Displays the top menu of the currently loaded DVD disc if present SETTINGS - Accesses Settings Menu Includes controls for Language,Video, Audio, and parental control functions SELECT After highlighting your desired menu choice using the navigation cursor keys, press the SELECT button to confirm your choice NAVIGATION CURSOR KEYS Use to move within any on-screen menu

PLAY Starts the DVD or CD playing PAUSE Pauses the disc. Press again to advance the disc one frame STOP Stops the disc playing. Press again to go back to the beginning of the disc REV/TUNE DOWN Rewind x2, x4, x8 or x20. Radio manually tune down FAST/TUNE UP Fast forward x2, x4,x8 or x20. Radio manually tune up CHAPTER/SEEK DOWN Selects the previous chapter, track, or picture. Radio auto tune down CHAPTER/SEEK UP Selects the next chapter, track, or picture. Radio auto tune up ANGLE Changes the DVD camera angle, if available, and rotates a JPEG picture

STATUS INFO Displays information about the currently playing DVD or CD on your TV screen. Press once for simple elapsed and remaining time display, press again for complete status display. Pressing a third time will exit EXIT Exits without saving partially completed changes in settings menu. Displays the DVD disc title menu if present

SHUFFLE/REPEAT Plays CD tracks, DVD chapters or JPEG pictures in a random order. Repeats the track, chapter, title or disc STORE/ERASE PRESET Stores or erases the current radio station


system settings

Settings menu
Press the SETTINGS button when watching video from the KEF Instant Theatre to view the Settings menu, provided the TV's external AUX input is properly set to view the KEF Instant Theatre's video output.Within the Settings menu, select a category (Language,Video, Audio, or Ratings) with the left/right navigation cursor keys, and press SELECT to open that category's menu. Within all the menus, select a category with the up/down navigation cursor keys, and press SELECT to open that category's options.Then choose an option with the up/down navigation cursor keys and press SELECT.To back out of the menus use the left and up navigation cursor keys.

Language menu
The Language menu provides for changing the language of all KEF Instant Theatre system menus, and for indicating preferences for the language of the DVD's soundtrack and menus. (DVDs are published with a limited number of languages on any one disc; the disc will play in your selected language, if available, or else in the default language for that disc.) Within the Language menu, select a category (Main menu, DVD soundtrack, or DVD menu) with the up/down cursor keys, and press SELECT to open that category's options. Main Menu Choosing a language from this list will cause all KEF Instant Theatre system menus (including this one) to be displayed in that language. DVD Soundtrack DVD discs are often published with multiple alternate soundtracks for any one film on that disc. Setting the DVD soundtrack language will use this sound track as default if it is present on the DVD. It is usually possible to override this preference in the DVD disc's own menu. DVD Menu This will set the default DVD discs menu language if available on that DVD.

Video Menu
The Video menu allows the KEF Instant Theatre to be optimised for use with different TVs and different countries' broadcast standards.

TV Type
Choose the option that best describes the TV being used. Std. TV 4:3 Choose `Std.TV 4:3' for a TV with a screen ratio of 3/4 which will appear almost as tall as it is wide but is fairly small.When a DVD is published with both widescreen (letterbox) and pan-and-scan video formats, this setting will cause it to play in pan-and-scan mode, expanding that part of the picture containing the action to fill the entire screen. Bigscreen 4:3 Choose `Bigscreen 4:3' for a TV with a screen ratio 3/4 which will appear almost as tall as it is wide, and is fairly large.When a DVD is published with both widescreen (letterbox) and pan-and-scan video formats, this setting will cause it to play in widescreen mode, typically showing the entire widescreen film image across the centre of the screen, leaving the very top and bottom of the screen blank (black). Widescreen 16:9 Choose `Widescreen 16:9' for use with a true widescreen TV (with the screen almost twice as wide as it is high).When a DVD includes the widescreen (letterbox) format, it will completely fill the screen. If a DVD is published with only the pan-and-scan (traditional TV) video format, this setting will cause it to be shown in the centre of the wide TV screen, with black filling in the empty space left and right of the picture.


TV Standard
Television programs are broadcast, and videos or DVDs are published, in different formats in different countries. Choose the format that best matches the local video/broadcast environment. NTSC Choose this if all programming is per the NTSC standard. (Default for KEF Instant Theatre systems sold in the USA.) PAL Choose this if all programming is per the PAL standard. (This is the broadcast standard across much of Europe and is the default for KEF Instant Theatre systems sold in the UK and Europe.) Auto Choose this if using a multi-standard TV and for programming that is a mixture of NTSC and PAL, as in countries where DVDs might not all be published in the same format.

DVD Output
DVD Output determines which video output, in addition to Composite (RCA), will carry video signals from the KEF Instant Theatre to your TV. (You will see a prompt message when selecting a new DVD output, highlight and SELECT "YES" to confirm any changes to this setting.This is to prevent you setting an output video format which is not displayable on your TV). Composite/S Choose this setting if the KEF Instant Theatre will be connected to only the Composite (RCA) input or the S-Video input of the TV. Component Choose this setting if the KEF Instant Theatre will be connected to the Component (RGB) input of the TV. In this case, connect the Composite input as well, so that you can view non-DVD sources and to allow you to set the component and progressive options whilst the default DVD output is composite only.When watching a DVD, switch the input of the TV to "Component" or "RGB." (The KEF Instant Theatre's Component and S-video outputs cannot both be active at the same time.) Component gives the best video quality for plasma, projector, or other component compatible televisions or monitors. Progressive Select "On" if using the Component output for DVD programs with a TV that supports `progressive scan'. Otherwise, select "off". Progressive scan gives improved picture quality on a compatible monitor or television but must be used in conjunction with component DVD Output. It will output PAL or NTSC progressive output as defined by the source material.

Audio Menu
The Audio menu allows for calibration of the KEF Instant Theatre for use in unusually shaped or furnished rooms, and for turning off the surround sound, if this should be desired.To adjust bass/treble or the level of bass from the subwoofer, use the dedicated buttons on the remote control.


Surround Sound
Normally, the default of "All purpose" is suitable for all users, but you may choose another setting for surround sound as follows: Off (Stereo) Choose this setting to turn surround sound off. Stereo mode must be selected if you are using the `Record/multi room output' on the rear of the subwoofer to record or drive a separate pair of speakers. Matrix Use this setting to hear some degree of surround sound from mono sources. Movie Use this setting to experience Dolby Pro Logic II Movie decoded audio which produces different surround effects for films and video games. Leave MOVIE switched off if you are listening to MUSIC. All purpose As the name suggests, this setting will optimise your system depending on what program material is present with the exception of monophonic recordings. If the source contains Dolby DigitalTM or DTSTM signals then these will always play by default. Other sources will be played in a configuration of Prologic II chosen by KEF Audio for optimum reproduction of an analogue source material.

Dynamic Range Control
Dynamic Range Control will compress the sound for better listening at night when you do not wish to disturb others in the house. Off The KEF Instant Theatre's default is to have DRC turned off.This will not apply any compression to Dolby Digital audio content.

This will increase the volume of quiet sounds such as speech at the same time as decreasing the volume of loud special effects such as explosions.

This will automatically turn on DRC at volume levels below 25 on your KEF Instant Theatre.

Calibration Menu
The standard settings will already be correct for a normal room.The calibration menu allows you to test that the speakers are all connected and allows you to adjust individual speaker levels if required for your individual room. Note: The calibration option will only appear if you are in `disc mode' when you press SETTINGS. Sitting in a central seat of the listening/viewing area, go to disc mode, highlight and SELECT "Calibration" to start the acoustic calibration process. Noise will emanate from one channel, then the next, and the next, right around the listening/viewing area. Use the up/down navigation cursor keys to adjust the volume of any channel that doesn't appear to match the others.When all channels sound equally loud, press STOP or EXIT on the remote to exit the menu. It is recommended that a Sound Pressure Level meter is used to measure the sound levels accurately. (Although it is possible to adjust the subwoofer level during this process, KEF recommends only confirming that the subwoofer is working, but not attempting to match its level to that of the other speakers. It is best to make fine adjustments to the subwoofer level using the remote control keys during normal listening.)


Ratings Menu
DVD discs can be published with audience rating information or with multiple versions of the video appropriate for different audiences.The ratings menu is designed to allow parents to limit what sort of DVD programs can be watched by other family members without the parents' private password. (Unfortunately, as of the publication date of this manual, many DVDs are published without rating information and will play regardless of the parental control setting.) Password If the lock icon to the right is open, enter any 4-digit security code with the numeric buttons of the remote and press SELECT.This will engage the parental controls feature and lock out others from this menu. If the lock to the right is closed, the "Ratings" cannot be changed without first re-entering the previously set 4-digit code and pressing SELECT. (During playback of a disc with a higher rating, you will be prompted for your password, enter the same four digits, then press SELECT.) Write your code here for future reference: ______________________________________________ Ratings Highlight the current rating and make changes with the left/right cursor keys.Then press the up cursor once, enter a password, and press SELECT to lock out further changes. Press the up cursor again or press SETTINGS or EXIT to leave the "Ratings" menu.

Rating level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Name Child Safe Universal PG PG>12 PG>15 Accompanied 18+ Adult

Description Particularly suitable for children General audiences Parental guidance Parents strongly cautioned May be suitable for mature teenagers Restricted <17s to be accompanied No-one 17 and under Suitable for adults

MPAA rating G PG PG-13

European rating U PG PG-15

R NC-17 18

Radio Menu
To play the radio: Press source button repeatedly until the AM or FM radio band indicator is selected the radio and switch from one frequency band to the other. Use the PRESET button or the navigation cursor keys to select the desired preset radio station. To tune the radio: Press TUNE on the remote control to manually search or press SEEK to automatically tune the radio. To store a preset: The currently tuned radio station will be saved to the next available preset when you press STORE/ERASE PRESET twice. Alternatively to save the radio station to a specific preset, between 1 and 40, navigate to a free preset and then press STORE/ERASE PRESET twice. Highlight the "l<<" and ">>l" symbols and press SELECT to go to the previous or next page of ten preset numbers. To erase a preset: The currently highlighted preset radio station will be removed if you press STORE/ERASE PRESET twice.

Status Menu
Pressing STATUS INFO once will display elapsed and remaining time information of the currently playing DVD or CD on your TV's screen. Press again for complete status display. Pressing a third time will exit.


Shuffle/Repeat Menu
Accessed by pressing the SHUFFLE/REPEAT key on the remote control. Use the navigation cursor keys to highlight the setting you wish to change, then press SELECT to change the setting. Once satisfied with the settings, highlight "OK" and press SELECT once more to save the changes. (Highlight and SELECT "Cancel," or press SHUFFLE/REPEAT, to discard any changes and exit the SHUFFLE/REPEAT screen.) All shuffle/repeat settings revert to "Off" whenever a disc is ejected. Shuffle Shuffle modifies the order in which the chapters or tracks of a disc will be played. Choose "Shuffle" to play them in random order, or "Program" to create a custom ordered list of chapters/tracks. Choose "on" to play the tracks of a CD or the chapters of a DVD title in random order. (A DVD `title' is a single feature, of which there may be several on a disc; the main film, in addition to any number of bonus features.) Program (CD only) When "Program" is set and "OK" SELECTED, a screen appears listing all possible play positions. (Highlight the "1", then enter the track number that should play first; highlight the "2", etc.) Play Program Highlight and SELECT "Play Program" to exit programming mode and play the programmed selections. (To exit this screen without programming any selections, simply press "SHUFFLE/REPEAT" twice.) Clear Program Highlight and SELECT "Clear All" to empty the list of programmed selections and start over. Repeat If repeat is off the current loaded CD or DVD will play to the end of the disc and stop (this is the default behaviour).As with shuffle, select "OK" to confirm all changes and exit the shuffle/repeat menu or select "Cancel" to discard changes and exit the shuffle/repeat menu. Choose "Track" to repeat the currently playing CD track (song) indefinitely. Choose "Disc" to repeat the currently playing CD or DVD disc indefinitely. Choose "Chapter" to repeat the currently playing DVD chapter indefinitely. Choose "Title" to repeat the currently playing DVD title indefinitely. (A DVD "title" is a single feature, of which there may be several on a disc; the main film, in addition to any number of bonus features.)

MP3 and JPEG Playback Menu
This allows you to create viewing programs by highlighting each number to the left of each desired file, and pressing SELECT to highlight the filename in blue. Once all the desired songs or pictures (you cannot include both in the same program) are highlighted blue, press PLAY to play the resulting list of songs or view the resulting slideshow. (Once the slideshow, is complete, or the selected music begins to play, you will see a screen entitled "Brow Prog" showing the list of files programmed to play.) When listening to MP3 files or viewing JPEG pictures, the SKIP buttons jumps to the next/previous file of the same type, either MP3 or picture, but not between the two.To play the other type of file, press STOP, then highlight and SELECT or PLAY the desired file. Please note that MP3s will only play in stereo irrespective of the surround sound mode selected in the audio menu. File numbers Highlight the number to the left of the desired file, and SELECT it or press PLAY to play or view that file. Numbers are from "1" through to the total number of MP3 and JPEG files on the disc, displayed in groups of ten. Highlight and SELECT the "|<<" and ">>|" symbols to go to the previous or next page of ten file names. Browse Disc Highlight and SELECT this item to change to "Create Program" mode, which facilitates playback of only chosen MP3 audio files or JPEG picture files from the current disc. Crea Prog Short for "Create Program", highlight and SELECT this item to exit programming mode and return to "Browse Disc" mode. Brow Prog Highlight and SELECT "Browse Program" to change back to "Browse Disc" mode.


Dolby Surround
1. Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is the multi-channel digital signal format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Digital consists of up to "5.1" channels ­ front left, front right, centre, surround left, surround right and an additional channel exclusively reserved for additional deep bass sound effects. (The Low Frequency Effects (LFE) channel containing bass frequencies of up to 120Hz). Unlike the analogue Dolby Pro Logic format, Dolby Digital's channels can all contain full range sound information, from the lowest bass, up to the highest frequencies (22kHz).The signals within each channel are distinct from the others, allowing pinpoint sound imaging, and Dolby Digital offers tremendous dynamic range from the most powerful sound effects to the quietest, softest sounds, free from noise and distortion. 2. Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Pro Logic II is a new multi-channel playback format developed by Dolby Laboratories using feedback logic steering technology and offering improvements over conventional Dolby Pro Logic circuits. Dolby Pro Logic II can be used to decode not only sources recorded in Dolby Surround but also regular stereo sources into five channels (front left, front right, centre, surround left and surround right) to achieve surround sound.Whereas with conventional Dolby Pro Logic the surround channel playback frequency band was limited, Dolby Pro Logic II offers a wider band range (20Hz to 20kHz or greater). In addition the surround channels were monoaural (the surround left and right channels were the same) with previous Dolby Pro Logic, but with Dolby Pro Logic II they are played as stereo signals. 3. Dolby Surround These are sources in which three or more channels of surround have been recorded as two channels using Dolby Surround encoding technology. Dolby Surround is used for the sound tracks of movies recorded on DVDs, LDs and video cassettes to be played on VCRs, as well as for the stereo broadcast signals of FM radio,TV, satellite broadcasts and cable TV. Decoding these signals with Dolby Pro Logic makes it possible to achieve multi-channel surround playback.The signals can also be played on ordinary stereo equipment, in which case they provide normal stereo sound.There are two types of DVD Dolby SURROUND recording signals. 1) 2-channel PCM stereo signals 2) 2-channel Dolby Digital signals. The KEF Instant Theatre is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

DTS Digital Surround
Digital Theatre Surround (also called simply DTS) is a multi-channel digital signal format developed by Digital Theatre Systems. DTS offers the same "5.1" playback channels as Dolby Digital (front left, front right and centre, surround left and surround right) as well as the stereo 2-channel mode.The signals for the different channels are fully independent, eliminating the risk of deterioration of sound quality due to interference between signals and crosstalk etc. DTS features a relatively higher bit rate as compared to Dolby Digital (1234 kbps for CDs and LDs, 1536 kbps for DVDs) so it operates with a relatively low compression rate. Because of this the amount of data is great, and when DTS playback is used in movie theatres, a separate CDROM synchronised with the film is played.With LDs and DVDs, there is of course no need for an extra disc; the pictures and sound can be recorded simultaneously on the same disc, so the discs can be handled in the same way as discs with other formats.There are also music CDs recorded in DTS.These CDs include 5.1-channel surround signals (compared to two channels on current CDs).They do not include picture data, but they offer surround playback on CD players that are equipped with digital outputs (PCM type digital output required). External DTS CD bitstreams coming in on the optical SPDIF audio CBL input of the KEF Instant Theatre will not be decoded by the KEF Instant Theatre system. DTS surround playback offers the same intricate, grand sounds as a movie theatre, right in your own listening room. "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks of Digital Theatre Systems Inc.

The KEF Instant Theatre incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorised by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorised by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

progressive scan output at 525p and 625p
Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artefacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of 525 or 625 progressive scan picture problems, it is recommended that you switch the connection to the `standard definition' output by setting the DVD output to progressive "off". If there are questions regarding the TV set compatibility with this 525p and 625p DVD player, please contact our customer service centre.

dvd region codes
The KEF Instant Theatre is shipped with a specific DVD region code as marked on the rear panel of the DVD player.This will be region "1" for America, region "2" for Europe and region "3" for Asia.The system will only play DVDs which match this region code.


navigation helpguide
DVD MENU Displays the title menu of the currently loaded DVD disc. (The DVD player must be selected first, by pressing Source key on the remote to select the KEF Instant Theatres disc mode.) Each disc menu will be different but typically allows you to play the disc, choosing different sound and picture formats, and going directly to any point in the film or video. Press DVD MENU again or press EXIT to leave the menu and resume playing. EXIT Exits the KEF Instant Theatre's settings menu or the DVD disc menu, and returns to the video/audio program. Exits without saving partially completed changes. Exit will also bring up the currently playing DVD's title menu if one is present on the disc.This can sometimes be different to the DVD's top menu obtained by pressing the DVD menu button. Navigation cursor keys Use to move within any on-screen menu; both menus provided on DVD discs, as well as the SETTINGS, BASS/TREBLE, SHUFFLE/REPEAT, AM/FM control, and MP3/Photo-browsing menus of your KEF Instant Theatre. Pressing one of the (up/down/left/right) cursor keys will move the highlight to the next item in the direction of the arrow. In the KEF Instant Theatre settings menu, you can back out of the submenus by using either the up or left cursor keys, as appropriate. ("On-screen" means on your TV's screen, provided the TV's external input (Aux in) is properly set to view the KEF Instant Theatre DVD output.) SELECT After highlighting your desired menu choice using the navigation cursor keys, press the SELECT button to confirm your choice. SELECT can change to the next choice in a list of options, as is the case in the KEF Instant Theatre's shuffle/repeat menu. (When browsing computer CDs containing MP3 and/or JPEG files SELECT will play the currently highlighted file.) BASS/ TREBLE Displays the bass/treble control menu on the front panel display and on your TV. Use the up/down cursor keys to switch between bass and treble, and the left/right cursor keys to adjust each control. Press BASS/TREBLE again or wait 5 seconds to exit the menu. SETTINGS Pressing the SETTINGS button when watching any source except your TV will bring up the Settings menu, which includes controls for Language,Video, Audio, and Ratings (parental control) functions. Use of this menu is entirely optional, as the out-of-the box default settings will work fine for most customers. Press SETTINGS again, or press EXIT at any time, to exit the settings menu. (Please note that the Settings menu is not available during playback of JPEG pictures.) STATUS INFO In disc mode this will display information about the currently playing DVD or CD on your TV screen. Press once for simple elapsed and remaining time display, press again for complete status display. Pressing a third time will exit.


taking care of your system
Cleaning your DVD system · Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside surfaces of the DVD system · Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives · Do not allow any liquids to spill into any openings Cleaning the speakers · Clean the surface of your speakers with a soft, damp cloth.You can use an ammonia-free window cleaner on a soft cloth to maintain the finish · Do not use any sprays near the speakers. Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives · Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings · The speaker grilles require no special care, although you may vacuum them carefully, if necessary Cleaning discs To minimise exposure to dust and dirt, return discs to their cases after use. Store each disc in its case, away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and humidity

Handle discs by their edges to prevent fingerprints and scratches

Do not use a circular motion to clean. Do not use any chemical products; they can damage the disc

To remove stains or fingerprints from the surface of a disc, use a soft and dry lint-free, cloth.Wipe in straight movements from the centre of the disc to the outside

Do not write on or attach labels to the surface of a disc


pre-programmed remote control
DEVICE The remote control will operate the KIT100 DVD Home Theatre System when you press the DVD device key.The other device keys can be set to operate other equipment and are selected by pressing the required device key.The alternative key functionality of the remote control can be seen in "Remote control alternative keys functionality table" on page 46. In order to record on a VCR it is necessary to press both the record (OPEN/CLOSE) and PLAY keys at the same time. If the batteries are replaced in the remote control within five minutes then the programmed IR codes will be remembered. If the batteries are removed for longer the remote may need to be reprogrammed. Quick programming the remote control In the user manual for the equipment you wish to program, you should find a 3 or 4 digit product IR code. If this is not given then look up the 4 digit code in the "Equipment manufactures IR codes table" on page 39 for the brand of equipment that you have. If there are several product IR codes then you will need to try them in turn until successful operation is achieved. Follow the quick programming sequence below. If a key is not pressed for 10 seconds then the programming process will stop automatically, and you will have to start again.To exit the programming mode press any DEVICE key so that the LED turns off. 1. obtain the product IR four digit code(s) from the table 2. press and hold the SET key and the required device key (TV,VCR, SAT or CBL) together until the LED turns on 3. enter the four-digit code for your equipment using the numerical keys, the LED will blink for each digit, the LED should then turn off. If the LED flashes two times, to indicate that an invalid code was entered, then repeat step 3. 4. test the remote control with your equipment and if not successful, look up the next product IR code for your equipment's manufacturer and repeat the steps from 2.


Automatic search programming If the products IR three or four digit code is not in the equipment manual or the "Equipment manufactures IR codes table" on page 39, or still dose not work correctly after completing the Quick programming steps above for all the listed codes, then you can get the remote control to automatically scroll through all the IR codes for each specific device type. Patience will be required as it can take several minutes for the remote control to go through each of the codes for that device type. Follow and repeat the automatic programming sequence below. If no key is pressed on the remote control for 30 seconds then the programming process will stop automatically, and you will have to start again. 1. turn on the equipment you wish to operate with the remote control (if the equipment is a VCR then insert a tape and start playback) and ensure that the remote control remains pointing at the equipment 2. press and hold the SET key and the required device key (TV,VCR, SAT or CBL) together until the LED turns on 3. press and release the SET key again to enter the search mode, the LED will flash fast 4. Press and hold the POWER key for 3 seconds until the LED flashes every 2 seconds.This indicating that you are in the automatic search mode where a different IR code is transmitted automatically on each flash. 5. when your equipment turns off because it has received the correct power IR command, immediately press any key to stop the automatic search, the LED stops flashing 6. press any device key (TV,VCR, SAT or CBL) to store the current IR code, the LED will turn off 7. turn your equipment back on, press the correct device key (TV,VCR, SAT or CBL) and test the remote control for correct functionality. If it does not work fully then repeat the steps from 1. 8. If the remote controls LED turns off before your equipment receives a valid IR code to turn it off then repeat the above steps from 1 ensuring that the remote control is pointing at the equipment, that the equipment is switched on and that you chose the correct DEVICE type. Reading the stored IR code You can see what IR code is stored for each device key. Press the relevant device key (TV,VCR, SAT or CBL).Then press and hold SET and at the same time press digit 1, 2, 3 or 4 on the numeric keys, then release all keys. Each time you press SET and digit "1" to "4" the LED will flash the same number of times as that digit of the IR code number.

KEF services
Customer service For additional help in solving problems, follow the trouble shooting section then contact KEF® customer service or your local retailer. Warranty The KEF Instant Theatre system is covered by a limited non-transferable warranty. Details of the warranty are provided on the warranty card that came with your system. Please fill out the information section on the card and return it. Accessories The KEF Instant Theatre system shelf speakers are compatible with the optional KEF Instant Theatre speaker floor stands.


trouble shooting
Error messages NO DISC Press OPEN/CLOSE and ensure that a disc has been correctly inserted into the DVD player BAD DISC Check that the disc is inserted correctly with the label side upwards and that it is clean INCORRECT REGIONCheck that the DVD region number matches that on the rear of the DVD player No power If there is no blue standby light, no response to pressing the ON/OFF button on the remote control or the POWER button on the DVD player · Make sure the system is switched on at the rear of the subwoofer speaker · Check that the cable between the subwoofer and the DVD player is correctly connected at both ends and screwed tight · Check that the power cord is connected firmly at both ends · Unplug the power cord from the outlet for 30 seconds to allow the system to reset No sound · Make sure "mute" is not lit on the display ­ if it is then press mute on remote control · Increase the volume level · Check speaker cable is connected to the rear of the subwoofer and screwed tight. Check that the speaker cable is firmly pushed into both the left and right speakers · Check that the external connections are firmly inserted and that the correct source is chosen e.g. CBL/TV/VCR Sound with no picture · Check connections from the VCR and CBL source are correctly plugged into the rear of the DVD system · Ensure the television is switched on and that the video input selection of your television is set to the correct AV input.This can be done with the TV's remote control,TV/VIDEO, INPUT or AUX IN buttons · If you had a picture before but have just connected a different TV and there is now no picture, then the DVD output settings of the DVD system may be incorrect for the new television ­ reset the DVD outputs to their original out-of-the-box settings (see resetting factory defaults below) · When using a Scart video connection to your TV you require a composite lead to view external sources connected to the KEF Instant Theatre's composite inputs.You require an S-video lead to view external inputs connected to the KEF Instant Theatre's S-video inputs Remote control not working · Check batteries and their polarity (+ and -) · Make sure the DVD player's front panel is not covered and that the remote control is pointing at the DVD player · Ensure that you press the correct device key (DVD,TV,VCR, SAT or CBL) for the equipment that you wish to operate · A valid IR code must be programmed into the remote control before it will work with any equipment other than the KEF Instant Theatre. See pre-programming the remote control on page 20 · If the remote control is not performing commands correctly, it may be that the wrong equipment code is programmed in. Try repeating the Quick Programming using another code listed under your brand or start the automatic search over again to locate the correct code · The unit is in direct sunlight.This can interfere with IR signals Radio does not work/or has poor reception · Move the antennas further away from your television and other electrical equipment.The AM band is very susceptible to interference from televisions · Ensure the AM and FM antennas are connected · Extend the antennas and adjust their position to improve radio reception · Ensure AM antenna is upright DVD or CD does not play After pressing DVD/CD button and waiting a few seconds, LOAD should appear as the disc's format information is read by the DVD player · Make sure the disc is properly inserted ­ label side up - eject the disc and re-insert it again · Ensure disc is not dirty or scratched ­ clean the disc carefully · Check that the disc region code matches the label on the back of the DVD system Sound is distorted · Check speaker connections · Reduce level from other connected sources in case of interference Subwoofer sound too high/low · The level of bass from the subwoofer can be adjusted using the remote control Speech missing on the Record or Multi room output · Stereo mode must be selected to ensure that the centre channel is mixed onto the left and right Record/Multi room outputs. In the setting menu select Audio and change surround sound to "off" (stereo) Resetting factory defaults Your KEF Instant Theatre can be returned to its original out-of-the-box settings by pressing 3 buttons on the DVD players front panel at the same time:Press `PLAY/PAUSE' and `' (up) simultaneously to reset with TV standard set to PAL for Europe The system must then be powered off before all the new settings will take effect


Aspect ratio The shape of the rectangular picture on a TV set. It is the width of the picture relative to the height. Standard TV screens are currently one of two standards: 4:3 (original, 4 units wide by 3 units high) and 16:9 (widescreen) Audio CDs The KEF Instant Theatre plays audio compact discs, CD-R and CD-RW recorded compact discs Chapter A DVD title or film is split into several chapters to allow simpler searching Component Connection system - usually between DVD player and display device such as TV or projector - in which luminance is carried on one cable and the blue and green colours are each carried by their own cable. Connections in this case is on a trio of phono sockets Composite video A single connection, for example between a DVD player and a TV, in which the whole picture signal (containing luminance, colour and synchronisation information) is carried in the PAL (Europe) or NTSC (America) formats. Usually with single phono sockets, generally coloured yellow to distinguish it from the other connections provided Dolby Digital Dolby Digital 5.1 is the standard means of encoding audio for DVD-Video. Dolby Digital is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories Dolby Prologic II Enhanced version of the original Pro-Logic, provides 5.1 channels of sound from a stereo input signal DTS DTS is a 5.1 multi-channel digital signal format developed by Digital Theater Systems. DTS is a trademark of Digital Theater Systems DVDaudio This is a new DVD format which is not accepted on the KEF Instant Theatre DVD system although if other formats are also present on the disc these will play DVDvideo Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) is an audio, video and data storage system based on laser read 12 or 8cm optical discs. DVDvideo is a standard for storing video and audio information on DVD-ROM discs based on MPEG video and audio encoding and compression. A DVD-ROM (Read Only Memory) can only be read and can not be written to IR An acronym for infrared.The remote control communicates to the DVD player with an infrared light beam so direct line of sight is required for successful operation JPEG Allows viewing of pictures saved in JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group) format such as that derived from digital cameras Letterbox This describes the effect caused when video wider than 525 or 625 lines is shrunk to fit onto a TV with aspect ratio 4:3. It inserts black areas above and below the video window so that the window typically takes up the full width of the TVs display MP3 MPEG 1 contains a Layer 3 audio compression scheme.This Layer 3 audio compression system is commonly used for downloading music files from the Internet to a PC or MP3 recording device. It reduces file sizes by a factor of 12 to enable faster downloads. MP3 files saved on to a CD will be played in stereo irrespective of the surround sound mode selected in the audio menu MPEG MPEG is a video compression standard defined by the Motion Picture Expert Group. It allows a large amount of video and audio digital data to be stored on a disc NTSC An acronym for National Television System Committee. It is the television picture format that is commonly used in America NXT Flat panel which produces sounds by means of distributed modal vibrations. NXT is the trade mark of New Transducers Limited PAL An acronym for Phase Alternate Line. It is the television picture format commonly used in Europe PCM An acronym for Pulse Code Modulation. An uncompressed, digitally coded, audio signal used on CDs and laser discs RDS Radio Data Signature is used on VHF FM transmissions and provides a number of facilities of great information to all listeners. This includes enabling the station name to be displayed on the radio display, which is used in the KEF Instant Theatre. It can also alert you when news, traffic, or specific program types are being transmitted, these are not accessible on the KEF Instant Theatre S-video A four pin mini-DIN plug connection used to carry video signal between source and display, in which the brightness (luminance,Y) and colour (chrominance, C) components of the signal are transmitted separately.The quality of S-video is greater than composite video Uni-Q® In this patented KEF technology the midrange and high frequency drivers are combined in a coincident driver array with superior stereo imaging performance due to point source acoustic radiation Title Numbered elements of the DVD contents distinguishing different films and special features on a single disc Track Individual music tracks recorded on CD



KIT100 speakers Design Drive units

KIT100PSW subwoofer

Cabinets Amplifiers Finish Dimensions (H x W x D)

two-way closed box satellite speaker sealed box powered subwoofer 100mm (4 in.) Uni-Q array with 250mm (10 in.) long-throw unit 14mm (0.6 in.) tweeter NXT panel with 25mm (1 in.) exciter magnetically shielded die-cast aluminium 5 x high power amplifier channels for the subwoofer and the main speakers Stardust silver Stardust silver 237 x 119 x 260 mm 398 x 176 x 515 mm 9.33 x 4.7 x 10.23 in. 15.6 x 6.9 x 20.3 in.

KEF AUDIO reserve the right, in line with continuous research and development, to amend or change specifications without prior notice. E. & O.E.

KIT100 DVD Playback Formats supported Tuner section Audio inputs Audio output Video inputs Aerial inputs Cabinet material Finish Display Control Dimensions including feet (H x W x D) DVD, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, CD, CDR/RW, MP3 encoded CD AM/FM with RDS facility (Europe only) cable/satellite, (analogue & optical digital) VCR and TV (analogue) optical digital cable/satellite and VCR (S-video & composite) FM & AM (included) die-cast zinc Stardust silver mirror finish, blue VFD display with auto-dim function infra-red remote control 59 x 324 x 262 mm 2.32 x 12.75 x 10.31 in.

KEF AUDIO reserve the right, in line with continuous research and development, to amend or change specifications without prior notice. E. & O.E.


instrucciones en Español
información sobre seguridad

Descripción de los símbolos gráficos

La finalidad del símbolo que muestra un rayo con punta de flecha, dentro de un triángulo equilátero, es alertar al usuario de la presencia de "tensión peligrosa" sin aislar en el interior de la carcasa del producto y puede tener una magnitud suficiente para constituir un riesgo de descarga eléctrica para las personas. La finalidad del símbolo que muestra un signo de admiración dentro de un triángulo equilátero es alertar al usuario de la presencia de instrucciones importantes sobre funcionamiento y mantenimiento (servicio) en la documentación que acompaña al aparato.


PRECAUCIÓN: A fin de evitar descargas eléctricas, introduzca completamente el enchufe en la base. Advertencia: No se deberá exponer este aparato eléctrico a goteos ni salpicaduras, y se deberá tener cuidado de no colocar sobre el aparato ningún objeto ni vasija que contenga líquidos. Producto láser de Clase 1 El reproductor de DVD de este equipo está clasificado como CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT (Producto láser de Clase 1), con arreglo a la normativa EN60825-1:1994 + A11. La etiqueta CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT se encuentra en la parte inferior de la unidad de DVD.

PRECAUCIÓN: El uso de controles o ajustes o la realización de procedimientos distintos a los aquí especificados puede producir una exposición peligrosa a la radiación. No se deberá ajustar o reparar el reproductor de DVD si no es por parte de personal de servicio con la cualificación adecuada. Límites de emisiones de la Clase B Este aparato digital de la Clase B cumple todos los requisitos de las normas canadienses para equipos generadores de interferencias. Pilas Deseche las pilas usadas de forma adecuada, cumpliendo con la normativa de su país. No las arroje al fuego. Lea este manual del usuario · Lea estas instrucciones y tenga en cuenta todas las advertencias. · No utilice este aparato cerca del agua. · Lea atenta y detenidamente este manual del usuario. Le ayudará a configurar y utilizar su sistema de forma adecuada y disfrutar de todas sus características avanzadas. Guarde este manual del usuario para posteriores consultas. · No bloquee las aberturas de ventilacion de la parte posterior del subwoofer. · No lo instale cerca de ninguna fuente de calor como radiadores, aire acondicionado, estufas, u otros aparatos (incluyendo amplificadores) que puedan producir calor. · No anule el proposito de seguridad del cable de alimentacion bien sea polarizado o con tierra. La lamina ancha o el tercer contacto se proporciona para su seguridad. Si el cable proporcionado no cabe en su enchufe, consulte a su electricista para el reemplazo del enchufe obsoleto. · Proteja el cable electrico y los enchufes frente a pisadas o pinchazos. · Utilice solamente accesorios especificados por KEF. · Desenchufe este aparato durante tormentas con aparato electrico o cuando no vaya a ser usado durante periodos de tiempo largos. · Remita cualquier mantenimiento a un Servicio Tecnico autorizado. Se requiere mantenimiento cuando el aparato se ha danado de alguna forma, por ejemplo cuando el cable de alimentacion o el enchufe estan danados, se ha derramado liquido o se han caido objetos dentro el aparato, el aparato se ha expuesto a la lluvia o a humedad, no funciona normalmente, o se ha caido. · Límpielo sólo con un trapo húmedo. · Cuando use un carrito para transportarlo, tenga precaucion al mover ambos para evitar danos por volcado.


Desembale cuidadosamente el equipo. Guarde el material de embalaje, puesto que es la forma más segura de transportar el equipo en caso necesario. ADVERTENCIA: A fin de evitar el riesgo de asfixia, mantenga las bolsas de plástico fuera del alcance de los niños. Si cualquier parte del equipo parece dañada, no intente utilizarlo. Avise inmediatamente a un distribuidor autorizado. Verifique que el equipo incluye las piezas indicadas (a continuación). Nota: Anote los números de serie de la parte inferior de la unidad de DVD y de la parte posterior del subwoofer. Copie dichos números en la tarjeta de garantía, en el espacio facilitado a continuación. Para su registro Los números de serie se encuentran en la parte inferior de la unidad de DVD y en la parte posterior del módulo del subwoofer.

Número de serie de la unidad de DVD: ____________________________________________________________________________ Número de serie del módulo del subwoofer: ________________________________________________________________________ Nombre del distribuidor: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Teléfono del distribuidor: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Fecha de adquisición: __________________________________________________________________________________________ Código paterno para DVD definido por el usuario: ____________________________________________________________________ Sugerimos que guarde la factura de compra y la tarjeta de garantía con el manual del usuario.

configuración de las conexiones de vídeo
Selección del canal correcto en el TV Las indicaciones en pantalla de KEF Instant Theatre solamente aparecerán en la pantalla de su TV si la entrada externa de éste está correctamente sintonizada con el canal correspondiente al que está conectado el reproductor de DVD. Habitualmente, la selección de la entrada de vídeo en los TV se efectúa pulsando el botón del control remoto del TV marcado como "TV/Vídeo", "Entrada", "Entrada AV" o "AUX". Selección de salida de DVD de componentes y progresivo Si se utiliza la conexión de vídeo de componentes a su TV (ya sea progresivo o no), debe conectar también la conexión de vídeo compuesto para que pueda establecer la opción de componentes mientras que la salida predeterminada del DVD es de vídeo compuesto solamente. Una vez haya seleccionado la opción de componentes en el menú de configuración de vídeo DVD cambie la fuente de entrada de TV a componentes y, a continuación, seleccione progresivo, si lo admite su TV. Bucle de vídeo El KEF Instant Theatre sólo reproduce entradas de vídeo compuesto en la salida de video compuesto y solo reproduce entradas de SVideo en la salida de SVideo. Por lo tanto, si utiliza estas fuentes de vídeo, necesitará un cable de vídeo compuesto o SVideo. Salidas de audio para grabación y multisala Para poder desactivar el sonido envolvente, el modo estéreo debe estar seleccionado en el menú Audio si se utilizan las salidas izquierda y derecha de Record/Multi-room (Grabación/Multisala) de la parte posterior del subwoofer.


mandos del sistema de dvd
POWER (ALIMENTACIÓN) Permite encender y apagar el sistema KEF Instant Theatre. Cuando está apagado, el LED de modalidad de espera permanece encendido <> VOLUME (VOLUMEN) Permite aumentar o disminuir el volumen del equipo. Si el sonido está anulado, al pulsarlo se vuelve a activar el sonido PLAY/PAUSE (REPRODUCCIÓN/PAUSA) Permite iniciar la reproducción del DVD o CD, si hay un disco colocado. Si ya se está reproduciendo, el disco quedará en pausa; púlselo de nuevo para STANDBY (EN ESPERA) reanudar la reproducción

SOURCE (ORIGEN) Cambia a la siguiente selección de origen con cada pulsación

<> SKIP/PRESET (SALTAR/PRESINTONÍA) Permite seleccionar el capítulo siguiente o anterior de un DVD, una pista de un CD o disco MP3, una imagen en un disco JPEG o una presintonía de emisora de radio

OPEN/CLOSE (ABRIR/CERRAR) Permite abrir y cerrar la bandeja del disco

Codificación de sonido envolvente (Surround) aplicada actualmente por el equipo: DOLBY DIGITAL® DOLBY PRO LOGIC II® DTS Radio SINTONIZADA, FM estéreo y banda de frecuencias ANULACIÓN DE SONIDO (MUTE) activada Cuando la función de desconexión programada (SLEEP) está activada, se visualiza el tiempo hasta la desconexión del equipo

Indicador de anulación temporal de modo acústico de salida: ESTÉREO/PELÍCULA

Se visualiza el número de pista del CD y el tiempo transcurrido cuando se está reproduciendo un disco o la frecuencia de una emisora de radio.

Número de PRESINTONÍA de radio

panel posterior del DVD
Antenas de radio AM y FM Entradas de vídeo S-Video o compuesto Entrada de audio digital

Entradas de audio desde caja de conexiones, VCR y TV

Región (código) del DVD

Conexión al subwoofer

Salida de vídeo a Componente, S-Video o Compuesto

Salida de audio digital


control remoto
OPEN/CLOSE (ABRIR/CERRAR) Permite abrir y cerrar la bandeja del disco POWER (ALIMENTACIÓN) Enciende o apaga el equipo DEVICE (DISPOSITIVO) Selecciona el dispositivo que se va a controlar con el control remoto. Por ejemplo;TV, vídeo, televisión por satélite, televisión por cable. Pulse la tecla del dispositivo DVD para controlar su sistema de cine en casa de DVD KIT100. SET (PROGRAMACIÓN) Se utiliza para programar el código de producto IR correcto de modo que pueda utilizar el control remoto en equipos diferentes.

LED DE MODO DE PROGRAMACIÓN SUBTITLES (SUBTÍTULOS) Cambia al siguiente idioma disponible para los subtítulos en el disco DVD SLEEP (DESCONEXIÓN PROGRAMADA) Activa el temporizador de la desconexión automática del equipo. Si se pulsa repetidamente, se selecciona un tiempo de desconexión entre 10 y 120 minutos y temporizador desconectado Teclado numérico Introduzca el número del capítulo deseado del DVD, la pista de CD o la presintonía de emisora de radio SOURCE (ORIGEN) Selecciona el origen del sistema de cine en casa de DVD KIT100. Cada vez que pulsa se desplaza por las funciones disponibles. Disco (reproducirá el disco DVD, CD o MP3 que se haya insertado), radio FM, radio AM, fuente de sonido de TV, fuente de vídeo y sonido de vídeo y fuente de vídeo y sonido de televisión por satélite/cable.


BASS/TREBLE (GRAVES/AGUDOS) Muestra el menú de control de graves/agudos MUTE (ANULACIÓN DE SONIDO) Anula y activa el volumen del equipo ± VOLUME (± VOLUME) Permite aumentar o disminuir el volumen del equipo ± SUBWOOFER LEVEL (± NIVEL SUBWOOFER) Aumenta o disminuye el nivel de graves del subwoofer ± SKIP/PRESET (± SALTAR/PRESINTONÍA) Permite seleccionar el capítulo siguiente o anterior de un DVD, una pista de un CD o disco MP3, una imagen en un disco JPEG o una presintonía de emisora de radio


DVD MENU (MENÚ DVD) Muestra el menú superior del disco DVD cargado actualmente, si está presente SETTINGS (CONFIGURACIÓN) Incluye controles para Idioma,Vídeo, Audio y Control paterno SELECT (SELECCIONAR) Después de seleccionar la opción de menú deseada mediante las teclas de flecha de navegación, pulse el botón SELECT (SELECCIONAR) para confirmar su elección. Teclas de flecha de navegación Utilícelas para desplazarse por cualquiera de los menús en pantalla STATUS INFO (INFORMACIÓN ESTADO) Muestra información, en la pantalla del TV, acerca del DVD o CD que se está reproduciendo actualmente. Púlselo una vez para una visualización sencilla del tiempo transcurrido y el restante y púlselo otra vez para una visualización completa del estado.Al pulsarlo una tercera vez, permite salir EXIT (SALIR) Permite salir sin guardar los cambios parcialmente efectuados en el menú de configuración. Muestra el menú del título del disco DVD, si está presente