Question about Emerson EWD2203 DVD Player/VCR
Subtitles and CC are NOT the same. Imagine you are watching a mystery, and the sound of a dog or a scream or a gunshot or a splash is critical to the story. Subtitles will only reproduce spoken words. CC will describe those important sounds. Seriously, these are different, and it annoys me that folks assume they know what's okay for deaf and hard of hearing folks without asking them. As a parent of a person with severe hearing loss, I am annoyed that it is mandatory for all tvs in the US since 1993 to have CC technology, but not dvd or blu-ray players. In fact, the HDMI has not, AFAIK, the ability technically to carry the CC info. Do we try to simultaneously run RCA cables, is that even possible?!
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
You have to put in the language code by pressing setup in stop mode, select Custom, go to language select Subtitles, then enter in the code listed on page 31 of the manual on this website
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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