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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Neodigits X4000

3. Power up the player

- Power up the player

After connecting the player to the power and a TV, you are ready to go. The first thing you need to do is a basic setup. After turning the player on, the first screen that comes up allows you to play or perform a setup:

Choosing Setup, brings up 5 choices to select from:

The Display settings are most useful. You can select the type of TV image (aspect ratio)

as well as several other options:

The resolutions are many, depending the output method:

More video options are available here:

And of course, choice of language:

The player only has menus and subtitles support for six (6) major languages, so many are missing:


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