There are a mere two items here:
And few adjustable settings:
In fact, you are offered the same A/V and DVD codecs: System Default and iMEDIAN Default. The speaker system configuration is more flexible: Stereo (Default), Quadro, 4.1 Quadro, 5.1 Channel, S/PDIF pass through, Source. We guess only the last option needs explaining. When the Source mode is activated, the speaker configuration will change depending on the recording. If stereo, the Stereo (Default) mode will be turned on. And for example, if you’re listening to a 5.1-channel recording, the configuration will automatically change into the 5.1 Channel mode.
Like in the Codec submenu, there are only two sections here:
The picture parameters at video playback are configured in the Screen subsection:
The settings are quire sufficient for adjusting the image to your particular taste.
The Aspect Ratio subsection doesn’t need our comments:
The following aspect ratios are available: Source, TV (4:3), HDTV (16:9), Screen 1 (1.85:1). Screen 2 (2.35:1), Fit to screen.
Once again there are submenu items:
In the Render Device section the primary audio device is selected:
In our particular case the following options were available: Default Device, Sigma Tel Audio, Default Direct Sound Device, Default WaveOut Device, Direct Sound: Sigma Tel Audio.
In the Advanced section you can turn signal normalization on.
But we didn’t have to enable this setting as we were using the system.