Sony DVP-C670D User Manual
Settings and Adjustments
Settings for the Sound (AUDIO SETUP)
CENTER SPEAKER EQ (equalizer)
Makes the spoken track clear by changing the frequency
response when speech is difficult to hear. A center speaker
must be connected to the CENTER connector of 5.1CH
OUTPUT for this function to work.
• FLAT: outputs the spoken track as it was recorded.
• ENHANCED: enhances the spoken track only.
• SOFT: makes the sound softer by rounding out the
sound frequency above 8 kHz. Select this when the
spoken track sounds shrill.
Switches the mixing down methods when you play a
DVD on which rear signal components such as LS, RS, or
S are recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS format. For details
on the rear signal components, see “Displaying the audio
information of the disc” (page 36).
This affects the output from the DIGITAL OUT connectors
only when “DOLBY DIGITAL” is set to “D-PCM” and
“DTS” to “D-PCM” in ”DIGITAL OUT.”
• DOLBY SURROUND: when the player is connected to
an audio component that conforms to Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic). The output signals which reproduce the
Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) effect are mixed down to 2
• NORMAL: when the player is connected to an audio
component that does not conform to Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic). The signals without the Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic) effect are output.
Selects output signals via the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL
and COAXIAL connectors.
• ON: Normally select this position. When you select
“ON,” set “DOLBY DIGITAL,” “DTS” and “48kHz/
96kHz PCM.“ For details on setting these items, see
“Setting the Digital Output Signal.”
• OFF: when the player does not output the sound signals
via the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL and COAXIAL
connectors, the influence of the digital circuit upon the
analog circuit is at a minimum.
When you select “OFF,” you cannot set “DOLBY DIGITAL,”
“DTS” and “48kHz/96kHz PCM.“
Setting the Digital Output Signal
Switches the methods of outputting audio signals when
you, connect 1. a digital component such as a receiver
(amplifier) having a digital connector, 2. an audio
component having a built-in decoder (Dolby Digital or
DTS), 3. a DAT or MD via the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL or
COAXIAL connector using an optical or coaxial digital
connecting cord. For connection details, see page 11.
You cannot adjust “DOLBY DIGITAL,” “DTS” and
“48kHz/96kHz PCM” if you set “DIGITAL OUT” to
Selects the Dolby Digital signals to be output via the
DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL and COAXIAL connectors.
• D-PCM (Downmix PCM): when the player is connected
to an audio component lacking a built-in Dolby Digital
decoder. If you play Dolby Digital sound tracks, the
output audio signals are mixed down to 2 channels.
You can select whether the signals conform to Dolby
Surround (Pro Logic) or not by making adjustments to
the “DOWNMIX” item in “AUDIO SETUP.”
• DOLBY DIGITAL: when the player is connected to an
audio component with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
If the player is connected to an audio component
lacking a built-in Dolby Digital decoder, do not set this.
Otherwise, when you play the Dolby Digital sound
track, a loud noise (or no sound) will come out from the
speakers, affecting your ears or causing the speakers to
To set, press , then .
To quit, press .
CENTER SPEAKER EQ: