Monday, December 5, 2011

User Guide for the Magnavox Blu-Ray NB530MGX

Print this articleReleased in 2009, the NB530MGX is a black Blu-ray Disc player from U.S.-based consumer electronics company Magnavox. No longer in production at the time of publication, the NB530MGX features support of up to 1,920 by 1,080 pixels in display resolution, BONUSVIEW for advanced picture-in-picture viewing and 24-frames-per-second performance for film-like picture quality. Included in the box is an owner's manual for instructions on using the Blu-ray player.

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The NB530MGX connects to a television in one of three ways: one digital and two analog. Using the High-Definition Multimedia Interface port to hook up the Blu-ray player combines digital audio and video signals. A connection using the three-pronged component video and two-pronged stereo audio RCA connectors transmits analog signals, although it supports the same 1,920-by-1,080-pixel resolution as the HDMI. The least advanced of the three connection options, the analog-based component video and stereo audio RCA connection, can only produce up to a 640-by-480-pixel resolution.


The Magnavox NB530MGX is chiefly used to play Blu-ray Discs, but also accommodates music CDs, DVDs and Kodak Picture CDs. Optical discs are inserted into the disc tray at the front of the unit. Also at the front is a slot for inserting a secure digital memory card and playing pictures using the JPEG format.


Playback on the Magnavox NB530MGX Blu-ray Disc player starts automatically upon inserting the media; if not, you can press the PLAY button on the supplied remote control. Other remote buttons or functions include “Pause,” “Stop,” “Rewind,” “Fast Forward,” “Standby-On” for switching the disc player on or off, and “Open/Close” for the disc tray. Users can also set the resolution and picture size, adjust home theater system settings, and choose the language for the audio and subtitles, among other manual settings.


If your NB530MGX doesn't have power, the AC cord that comes with it may not have a proper connection. If that isn't an issue, you can unplug the cord, wait for up to 10 seconds, then re-plug it. If the unit won't play an optical disc, your troubleshooting options range from cleaning the disc to confirming its compatibility with the player. Other issues covered in the user manual include no sound or picture, no response to the remote control and lack of automatic playback.

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