Suitable media

▷ Do not use self-recorded CDs/DVDs Use of CDs/DVDs
▷ Do not use self-recorded CDs/DVDs with labels applied, as these can become detached during playback due to heat buildup and can cause irreparable damage to the device.
▷ Only use round CDs/DVDs with a standard diameter of 4.7 in/12 cm and do not play CDs/DVDs with an adapter, e.g., single CDs; otherwise, the CDs or the adapter may jam and no longer eject.
▷ Do not use combined CDs/DVDs, e.g., DVD Plus, as the CDs/DVDs can jam and will no longer eject.◀

The CD/DVD player can play the following media:

▷ Video DVD.
▷ CD-DA (audio CD).
▷ CDs/DVDs with compressed image data.
▷ CDs/DVDs with compressed audio data.
▷ CDs/DVDs with compressed video data.

The DVD player does not support DVD audio.

However, many audio DVDs available in stores also contain a video track in the DVD Video format in addition to the audio track. These DVDs can be played back by the DVD player. Refer to the information on your DVD to determine whether your audio DVD contains an additional video track. Depending on the authoring used, it is possible that not all functions are available during playback.

Dual-sided DVDs available from retail suppliers are coated on both sides and bear no markings.

This means both sides are information carriers.

To play the information on the other side, turn over the DVD.

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