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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Shinco 8320 DVD Player

2. Installation

Shinco 8320 DVD/VCD/SVCD/MP3 Player - Page 2

Package

The Shinco 8320 box included the player, the user's manual (in English and Chinese), an RCA audio cord, an RCA video cord, the remote control, a set of AAA batteries for the remote, a DVD demonstration disc, and an SVCD movie called "Once Upon A Time In China & America". What's sadly missing is an S-Video cable, which can boost picture quality on newer TVs (buying such a cable, is strongly advised. Typical cost ranges from $10 for most cables, up to $50 for special gold-plated jacks).

Shinco 8320 DVD/VCD/SVCD/CD/MP3 Player

Installation

The player installation is pretty straightforward: The easier setup would be a composite-video and analog-audio connection to the TV (with the three supplied RCA cables). However, the use of the S-Video connector (on suitably-equipped TVs) yields far better picture quality, reaching the limits of the analog TV systems. For better sound, you could either connect the analog audio outputs to a stereo or Dolby Surround Prologic amplifier, or ?preferably- the digital audio outputs to a Dolby Digital and/or DTS amplifier.

When the player is turned on, the Shinco DVD logo appears on screen (Further player actions, depend on the kind of disc inserted). First of all, it is suggested that you enter the Setup Menu (from the remote control) and make any necessary changes to suit your personal setup, such as the kind of TV in use, sound preferences, etc.




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