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DVD401 Road Warrior

Portable DVD Player Case

Making Your Mobile Life Easier.

USER’S GUIDE

Visit our Web site at: www.targus.com

Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. © 2003 Targus Corp.

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Making Your Mobile Life Easier.

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Introduction

Thank you for purchasing a Targus Road Warrior Portable DVD Player Case. This product includes a viewing case that allows your rear-seatpassengers to watch movies on your portable DVD player while travelling in your car.

Using the viewing case, you can mount your portable DVD player:

On the center console

On the back of one front seat

Suspended between both front seats

In addition to this user’s guide, the DVD Player Case contains:

Viewing case

Four mounting straps

Shoulder strap

Storage pockets for DVDs

Storage pockets for accessories

Features

With the DVD Player Case, you can safely carry your portable DVD player and DVDs. The DVD Player Case has storage pockets for your remote control, cables and other essentials. In addition, its viewing case enables rear-seatpassengers to view DVD movies in your car.

Following is a list of specific features:

Both the DVD Player Case and the viewing case are made of rugged outer materials

Deluxe high density interior foam padding for superior protection

Stores up to 20 DVDs

Viewing case can accommodate up to a 9 inch screen

Exterior storage for extra accessories, cables and remote

Using Your DVD Player Case

This section describes how to insert your DVD player in the viewing case, how to mount the DVD player in your car and how to store your DVD player in the DVD Player Case.

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Inserting the DVD Player in the Viewing Case

The viewing case can accommodate a portable DVD player with a screen size of up to 9 inches. 1 Remove the viewing case from the larger zippered compartment of the DVD Player Case.

Viewing case

DVD Player case

Removing the viewing case

2 Unzip and unfold (open) the viewing case.

Viewing case open

3 Turn the viewing case over and unfasten the two elastic snaps.

Elastic snap

Viewing case showing elastic snap

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4 Fold the viewing case in half so you can attach the two elastic snaps to the fasteners.

Elastic snaps

Viewing case folded in half

5 Turn the viewing case over and loosen the hook and loop strap.

Hook and loop strap

Viewing case showing hook and loop strap

6Place your portable DVD player in the viewing case so that your DVD player is snug up against the retaining bracket on the bottom of the viewing case.

7Fasten the strap to hold the DVD player in place.

You are now ready to mount the player in your car.

Mounting Your Portable DVD Player

You can mount the viewing case in the following configurations in your car:

On the center console

On the back of one seat

Suspended between both front seats

CAUTION: Make sure you position your portable DVD player facing rearward so that the driver cannot see the screen. Viewing DVD movies while driving is unlawful in some states.

Adjust the seats before mounting the viewing case to avoid possible damage to the viewing case, mounting straps or seats.

Mounting on the Center Console

Mounting the viewing case with your DVD player on your car’s center console requires two of the mounting straps. These straps secure the viewing case to both front seats.

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Viewing case mounted on the center console

1Place the viewing case on your car’s center console with the DVD player facing rearward.

2Sitting on a rear passenger seat, put one of the mounting straps around the back of one of the front seats.

3Position the strap’s swivel clasps near the viewing case.

4Put a second mounting strap around the back of the other seat.

5Move both straps down towards the base of the seats.

6Attach each mounting strap’s two swivel clasps to the front D-ringsclosest to the viewer.

Connecting mounting straps to the front D-rings

7Tighten each mounting strap until the viewing case is secure on the console and cannot move forward or backward.

Mounting on the Back of a Seat

Mounting the viewing case with your DVD player on the back of one seat requires two of the mounting straps. The upper strap attaches to the viewing case’s front D-rings.The lower strap attaches to the rear D- rings.

Viewing case mounted on the back of one seat

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Placing the first strap

1Sitting in the rear passenger seat, put one of the mounting straps around the front seat.

2Position the strap’s swivel clasps so they are toward you.

3Move the strap down to where the middle of your back would rest against the seat.

4Hold the viewing case against the back of the seat with the DVD player facing toward you.

5Attach the mounting strap to the rear D-rings(one swivel clasp to eachD-ring).

6Tighten the strap to hold the viewing case in place.

Placing the second strap

1Put a second mounting strap around the upper part of the same front seat.

2Position the strap’s swivel clasps so they are toward you.

3Position the strap toward the top of the seat where your head or neck would rest against the seat back.

4Attach the mounting strap to the front D-rings(one swivel clasp to eachD-ring).

From lower strap

From upper strap

Connecting mounting straps to D-rings

5Hold the viewing case perpendicular to the back of the seat.

6Tighten each strap so the DVD player is at the desired viewing angle and the viewing case is secure against the seat.

Mounted Between Two Seats

Mounting the viewing case holding your DVD player suspended between the front seats requires all four mounting straps.

Viewing case suspended between the front seats

Placing the straps on the seats

1Sitting on a rear passenger seat, put one of the mounting straps around the back of one of the front seats.

2Move the strap down to where the middle of your back would rest against the seat.

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3Put another mounting strap around the upper part of the same front seat.

4Move the strap to where your shoulders would rest against the seat.

5Position each straps’ set of swivel clasps toward the center of your car to where the viewing case will be mounted.

6Repeat steps 1 -5to fit the other two mounting straps on the other front seat.

Mounting the viewing case

1Hold the viewing case between the seats so that the DVD player is facing rearward.

2Attach the two lower mounting straps’ swivel clasps to the viewing case’s front and rear D-ringsclosest to the clasps.

You should have attached four swivel clasps, one to each D-ring.

3Attach the two upper mounting straps’ swivel clasps to the viewing case’s front and rear D-ringsclosest to the clasps.

You should have attached four more swivel clasps, one to each D-ring,for a total of eight.

Connecting mounting straps to D-rings

4Adjust and tighten each strap so that the DVD player is at the desired viewing angle and the viewing case is secure.

Storing Your DVD Player in the DVD Player Case

Once inserted in the viewing case, you can store your DVD player in the DVD Player Case when not in use.

1Close your DVD player.

2Unfasten the two elastic snaps.

3Close and zip the viewing case.

4Fasten the two elastic snaps to the bottom of the viewing case.

5Insert the viewing case in the larger pocket of the DVD Player Case and zip the pocket.

The Viewing Case Disk Panel

The viewing case has a fold-awaydisk panel to hold DVDs. This is in addition to the DVD storage capacity in the DVD Player Case itself.

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1 With the viewing case zipped closed, unfasten the snap on the front of the viewing case.

Disk panel

Unfastening the disk panel

2 Open the disk panel to see the DVD storage slots.

Disk panel

Disk panel showing DVD storage slots

You can access the disk panel even when the viewing case is open.

Disk panel

Disk panel fully open

Specifications

Weight

3.2 pounds

Dimensions

11 x 5.25 x 9.75 inches

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Technical Support

In the unlikely event that you encounter a problem with your Targus accessory, please contact our technical support team at:

www.targus.com/support

Product Registration

For more efficient customer service and to activate the product’s warranty, Targus recommends that you register your Targus product shortly after purchasing it.

Please register your product using our online registration form at:

www.targus.com/register

Limited Warranty

This warranty applies only to the Targus DVD401 Road Warrior ™ Portable Player Case sold to original purchasers of the product in the United States. If you purchased your Targus product outside of the United States, please contact your local distributor for warranty information.

WHAT IS COVERED

Targus warrants to the original purchaser that the Targus DVD401 Road Warrior ™ Portable Player Case below are free from defects in materials and workmanship in manufacturing for one (1) year from the date of purchase.

WHAT WE WILL DO TO CORRECT PROBLEMS

Targus will repair or replace, at Targus' option, the products covered under this warranty that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship, without charge to you (except you must pay for your own shipping and transportation costs to the Targus repair facility). If the product is no longer available, Targus reserves the right to substitute a comparable product.

In order to be eligible for service under this warranty, the defect in your Targus product must be returned to Targus within the applicable Warranty Period described above and you must provide proof of purchase and the date of purchase of your product.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED

This warranty does not cover damage from normal wear and tear, misuse, abuse, neglect, alteration, and accidental causes, including bodily, personal or property damage resulting from vehicular accidents or other sudden forces, or “Acts of God”. Targus will not provide any warranty service if your Targus product shows evidence of such damage. Targus will not repair defects relating to repair or servicing not performed by Targus.

In no event shall Targus be held liable for incidental, special or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental, special or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK

Any person who uses the Targus DVD401 Road Warrior ™ Portable Player Case assumes the risks, including bodily injury, caused by the presence of the Targus DVD401 Road Warrior ™ Portable Player Case product in the vehicle during an accident involving the vehicle. This product has not been used in any crash tests and its presence in a vehicle may become a dangerous projectile during an accident or other sudden force upon the vehicle.

YOUR RIGHTS UNDER IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND STATE LAW

This limited warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, obligations or liabilities. If any implied warranties apply as a matter of law, Targus limits the duration of such warranty, including but not limited to the implied warranties or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, to the applicable Warranty Periods described above. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Targus DVD401 Road Warrior is a trademark of Targus Group International. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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