Searched the web (google) and found a site that had the item for sale with pictures of it opened. once you see it open you can tell how to open it. inside are similar controls to a TV remote/dvd remote. rest was simple! thanks for your help though :) -r-
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The 4:3 is an aspect ratio the ratio of horizontal to vertical size and the non-HDTV standard; the latter is 16:9.
The PAL and NTSC abbreviations refer to the picture and synchronization standards whereby NTSC is the American standard and the PALs are European.
The setting "sp-raw" refers to an unprocessed video format that requires further processing before it can be viewed. If the disk you have was made for the American market, you should be set to NTSC and the aspect ratio to whatever the disk is specified, most recent disks will be made to conform to HD specifications, but may also be viewed in "letterbox" form which is a shrunken 16:9 box with pronounced edges around it.
I went to Wal-Mart and purchased a Phillips Power Inverter that provides AC power from any car outlet. Just plug the AC power plug into it and then plug into the lighter plug socket. It solved my problem....It costs $19.99. Hope this helps!
If you are not using the car power adapter that came with your PDV-768 for the 2nd screen, you are likely running into the possibility of "reversed polarity" with the power adapter you are attempting to use. This can & often will cause a problem with your unit.