Yamaha BD-S671 Owner`s manual

ABL
BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
BD-S671
OWNER’S MANUAL
USB
CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place-away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust,
moisture, and/or cold. For proper ventilation, allow the
following minimum clearances.
Top : 10 cm (4 in)
Rear: 10 cm (4 in)
Side: 10 cm (4 in)
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances,
motors, or transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from
cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with
high humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent
condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical
shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall onto
this unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and
liquid may cause electrical shock to the user and/or
damage to this unit.
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Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain,
etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature
inside this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit,
and/or personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections
are complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat,
possibly causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet,
grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might
damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this
unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and
may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Yamaha will not be held responsible for any damage resulting
from use of this unit with a voltage other than specified.
To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cable
disconnected from a wall outlet or this unit during a lightning
storm.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
Yamaha service personnel when any service is needed. The
cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time
(i.e. vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section on
common operating errors before concluding that this unit is
faulty.
Before moving this unit, press p to set this unit to the
standby mode, and disconnect the AC power plug from the
wall outlet.
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18 Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the
outlet, then leave this unit alone.
19 When using this unit for a long time, this unit may become
warm. Turn the power off, then leave this unit alone for
cooling.
20 Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power
plug can be reached easily.
21 The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this
unit itself is turned off by p. This state is called the
standby mode. In this state, this unit is designed to
consume a very small quantity of power.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
The laser component in this product is capable of
emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Mains plug
This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp plug. To change
a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
1 Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2 Fix new fuse which should be a BS1362 5 Amp, A.S.T.
3 Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your jack outlets, it
should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of
5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the
distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp.
Note: The severed plug must be disposed to avoid a possible
shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp jack elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following code:
blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L).
As these colours may not correspond with the colour markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
– Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or coloured
black
– Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or
coloured red.
– Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug,
marked E (or e) or coloured green (or green and yellow).
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord
grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over
the two wires.
Copyright in the U.K.
Recording and playback of material may require consent. See
Copyright Act 1956 and The Performer’s Protection Acts
1958 to 1972.
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
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4. SETTINGS
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS PLAYER........ 2
SUPPLIED PARTS .............................................. 2
ABOUT DISCS AND FILES................................. 3
Types of discs/files that can be used with this player.....
Loading a disc.................................................................
Disc precautions .............................................................
Notice for watching 3D video images ............................
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS .......................... 5
Front panel...................................................................... 5
Remote control ............................................................... 6
SETUP MENU .................................................... 27
Example of SETUP menu operation............................. 29
General Setting.............................................................. 30
Display Setting.............................................................. 32
Audio Setting ................................................................ 34
System Information....................................................... 34
About the audio output formats .................................... 35
About the video output formats .................................... 36
SOFTWARE UPGRADE .................................... 37
TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................... 38
Rear panel ..................................................................... 10
AUDIO CONNECTIONS .................................... 14
Power ............................................................................ 38
Basic operation.............................................................. 38
Disc playback................................................................ 38
Picture ........................................................................... 39
Sound ............................................................................ 39
Network......................................................................... 40
Messages on the screen ................................................. 40
Connecting to the digital audio jack/terminal............... 14
Connecting to the audio jacks....................................... 15
GLOSSARY ....................................................... 41
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................. 42
NETWORK AND USB CONNECTION .............. 16
General .......................................................................... 42
Input/output................................................................... 42
Copyright ...................................................................... 43
Connecting to the HDMI terminal................................ 12
Connection for the playback of Blu-ray 3D discs ........ 12
VIDEO CONNECTIONS .................................... 13
Connecting to the component/video jack ..................... 13
Connecting to the NETWORK terminal and
USB port .................................................................. 16
OTHER CONNECTIONS ................................... 17
Connecting to the REMOTE CONTROL jacks ........... 17
Connecting the power cable ......................................... 17
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INTRODUCTION TO CONNECTIONS .............. 10
HDMI CONNECTION ......................................... 12
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Upgrading the software................................................. 37
5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
2. CONNECTION
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(at the end of this manual)
Information about software ....................................i
3. PLAYBACK
INITIAL WIZARD/EASY SETUP........................ 18
Setting with the Initial Wizard/Easy Setup................... 18
HOME/MEDIA MENU ........................................ 19
Playing back photo/music/video................................... 19
Using network content.................................................. 21
USING NETWORK SERVICES ......................... 22
PLAYING VIDEOS FROM YouTube™ ............. 22
ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION............ 23
On Screen menu............................................................
Status menu...................................................................
Using Bookmark...........................................................
Program play.................................................................
Using search ................................................................
Enjoying BONUSVIEW™ and BD-Live™.................
Using Picture in Picture function
(secondary audio/video playback) ...........................
Using the feature of BD-Live™ ...................................
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■ About this manual
– This manual describes how to operate this Player
using a remote control except when it is not
available. Some of these operations are also
available using the front panel buttons.
– Notes contain important information about safety
and operating instructions. Hint(s) indicates a tip for
your operation.
– This manual is printed prior to production. Design
and specifications are subject to change in part as a
result of improvements, etc. In case of differences
between the manual and the product, the product has
priority.
The icons used in this manual
Icons are used to indicate available buttons/functions for a
particular format.
English
BD : BD-Video
DVD : DVD-Video, DVD-VR, DVD+VR
CD : Audio CD
VIDEO : AVCHD, WMV, DivX
MUSIC : MP3, WMA, WAV
PHOTO : JPEG
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INTRODUCTION
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS PLAYER
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Play back Video, Music, Photo files on a disc/USB memory device* \
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Easy setting for language, resolution, screen aspect ratio
You can perform language and TV settings.
Play back commercially-released Blu-ray™/DVD/CD discs*
In addition to Blu-ray Discs™ (BD discs), this Player also supports playback of a variety of
other discs.
Play back BONUSVIEW™, BD-Live™, etc.*
You can enjoy additional movies on the latest BD discs.
Play back Video, Music, Photo files on a disc*
This Player can play back discs you recorded.
Files recorded on discs/USB memory devices can be played back with this Player.
Play back Video, Music, Photo files on a Home Network Server* **
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PC contents can be played back with TV or AV receiver by connecting this Player to a network
server.
Operation with the remote control of TV, AV receiver, etc.
Connecting devices with an HDMI cable, you can control devices with a single remote control
using the HDMI Control function.
Streaming Playback contents on the Network Services**
You can instantly enjoy videos over the internet with this Player.
* For details on playable disc and format, see page 3.
** Network setting is needed to use this function.
SUPPLIED PARTS
Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product.
Remote control
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Batteries (×2)
(AAA, R03, UM-4)
Audio/Video cable
Power cable
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ABOUT DISCS AND FILES
– 12 cm (5”) and 8 cm (3”) discs can be played back in
this Player. Do not use an 8 cm (3”) to 12 cm (5”)
adapter.
– Use discs that conform to compatible standards as
indicated by the presence of official logos on the
disc label. Playback of discs not complying with
these standards is not guaranteed. In addition, the
image quality or sound quality is not guaranteed
even if the discs can be played back.
Recording
Format
Disc Type
BD-ROM/BD-R/
BD-RE
BD-Video
DVD-ROM
DVD-Video
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DVD-Video/
DVD+VR/AVCHD/
Data Disc
DivX/WMV/MP3/
WAV/WMA/JPEG
CD-ROM
CDDA/HDCD
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CD-R/CD-RW
CDDA/Data Disc
DivX/WMV/MP3/
WAV/WMA/JPEG
USB
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DivX/WMV/MP3/
WAV/WMA/JPEG
Network
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WMV/MP3/WMA/
WAV/JPEG
Region management information
BD-Video
DVD-Video
Region number “1”
or “ALL”
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Asia
Region code “A” or
“ALL”
Region code “A” or
“ALL”
Region code “B” or
“ALL”
ALL
Region number “4”
or “ALL”
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Europe
ALL
Region number “3”
or “ALL”
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Central and South
America
Russia
ALL
Region number “2”
or “ALL”
Region code “C” or
“ALL”
ALL
Region code “C” or
“ALL”
ALL
Region number “5”
or “ALL”
ALL
Region number “6”
or “ALL”
ALL
– BD/DVD video players and discs have region codes,
which dictate the regions in which a disc can be
played.
– BD/DVD Video operations and functions may be
different from the explanations in this manual and
some operations may be prohibited due to disc
manufacturer’s settings.
– If a menu screen or operating instructions are
displayed during playback of a disc, follow the
operating procedure displayed.
Notes
– Playback for some of the discs in the left side
column tables may not be possible depending on the
disc.
– Finalize all recording media that is played back in
this player.
– “Finalize” refers to a recorder processing a recorded
disc so that it will play in other players/recorders as
well as this Player. Only finalized discs will play
back in this Player. (This Player does not have a
function to finalize discs.)
– Playback of all files on the disc, USB memory
device and network is not guaranteed.
– A copyright protected file cannot be played back via
USB memory device and network.
MP3/WMA audio file requirement
– Sampling frequency: within 32 - 48 kHz (MP3/
WMA), LPCM 44.1 kHz/16 bit/Stereo (WAV)
– Bitrate: within 8 - 320 kbps (MP3), 32 - 192 kbps
(WMA)
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DVD-Video
Region number “4”
or “ALL”
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DVD+R/DVD+R
DL/DVD+RW
Region code “A” or
“ALL”
BD-Video
Region code “B” or
“ALL”
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China
DivX/WMV/MP3/
WAV/WMA/JPEG
U.S.A. and Canada
Australia
Data Format
DVD-R/DVD-R DL/ DVD-Video/DVDDVD-RW
VR/AVCHD/Data
Disc
Destination
Region management information
Destination
INTRODUCTION
■ Types of discs/files that can be
used with this player
WMV file requirement
– WMV9, maximum resolution is 1,920 × 1,080.
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ABOUT DISCS AND FILES
■ Loading a disc
– Insert the disc with the label face up.
– In case of the disc recorded on both sides, face down
the side to play back.
Cleaning the pick up lens
– Never use commercially available cleaning discs.
The use of these discs can damage the lens.
– Request the nearest service center approved by
Yamaha to clean the lens.
■ Notice for watching 3D video
images
Notes
– Playback may begin automatically, depending on the
disc and setting of this Player.
– The menu may be displayed first, depending on the
disc.
– The disc load time may vary depending on the disc.
■ Disc precautions
Be careful of scratches and dust
– BD, DVD and CD discs are sensitive to dust,
fingerprints and especially scratches. A scratched
disc may not be able to be played back. Handle discs
with care and store them in a safe place.
Proper disc storage
Place the disc in the center of the disc case
and store the case and disc upright.
Avoid storing discs in locations subject to
direct sunlight, close to heating appliances
or in locations of high humidity.
Do not drop discs or subject them to
strong vibrations or impacts.
Avoid storing discs in locations where
there are large amounts of dust or
moisture.
Handling precautions
– If the surface is soiled, wipe gently with a
soft, damp (water only) cloth. When
wiping discs, always move the cloth from
the center hole toward the outer edge.
– Do not use record cleaning sprays,
benzene, thinner, static electricity
prevention liquids or any other solvent.
– Do not touch the surface.
– Do not stick paper or adhesive labels to the disc.
– If the playing surface of a disc is soiled or scratched,
the Player may decide that the disc is incompatible
and eject the disc tray, or it may fail to play the disc
correctly. Wipe any dirt off the playing surface with
a soft cloth.
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– Some people may experience discomfort (such as
eye strain, fatigue, or nausea) while watching 3D
video images. We recommend that all viewers take
regular breaks while watching 3D video images.
– If you experience any discomfort, stop watching the
3D video images until the discomfort subsides.
Consult a doctor if you experience severe
discomfort.
– Read the owner’s manuals (Blu-ray disc and TV)
and/or the caution messages that appear on the TV
carefully.
– The vision of young children (especially those under
six years old) is still under development. Consult
your doctor (such as a pediatrician or eye doctor)
before allowing young children to watch 3D video
images.
– Adults should supervise young children to ensure
they follow the recommendations described above.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
■ Front panel
USB
1 2
1 p (On/Standby)
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5 6 7
4 Disc tray (p. 4)
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0
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(Search backward/Skip backward):
Press to skip backward, and press and hold to search
backward.
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(Search forward/Skip forward):
Press to skip forward, and press and hold to search
forward.
2 USB port (p. 16)
3 Front panel display
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(Eject) (p. 4)
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(Play)
9
(Pause)
0
(Stop)
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
■ Remote control
1 Infrared signal transmitter: Outputs infrared
signal. Aim this window to the remote control sensor
(p. 9).
Note
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will appear on the top left corner of the screen
when the pressed button is not available.
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A
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PROGRAM
MARKER
DIGEST
ZOOM
STATUS
SUBTITLE
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ANGLE
CLEAR
SEARCH
PIP
SETUP
2ND
AUDIO
HOME
TOP MENU
AUDIO
REPEAT
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POP-UP MENU
2 MARKER DVD VIDEO : Sets Bookmark (p. 25) at
a specified point of a movie. After Bookmark is set, to
select the set point you want to jump to, press
DIGEST. You can set up to 12 Bookmarks.
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: Opens/closes the disc tray.
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C
D
E
F
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4 PROGRAM DVD CD : Sets the order of playback
(p. 25). You can set up to 15 tracks (for an audio disc)
or titles/chapters (DVD-Video).
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6 CLEAR: Clears entered number/set item.
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7 PIP BD : Turns on/off the Picture in Picture (p. 26).
5 Number buttons: Enters numbers, or during
playback, jumps to the track/chapter corresponding to
the number you input. These buttons may not be
available depending on the disc type and playback
condition.
PIP Mark (
) is displayed on the screen when this
function is available. You can also select this item from
On Screen menu (p. 23).
ENTER
Note
RETURN
ON SCREEN
– PIP Mark is displayed only when the PIP Mark is set
to on (p. 31).
8 SETUP: Displays SETUP menu screen (p. 27).
9 2ND AUDIO BD : Selects the secondary audio of the
Picture in Picture (p. 26) or audio commentaries. The
Secondary Audio Mark (
) is displayed on the
screen when this function is available (p. 34). You can
also select this item from On Screen menu (p. 23).
Note
– Secondary Audio Mark is displayed only when
Secondary Audio Mark is set to on (p. 31).
0 HOME: Displays the HOME menu screen (p. 19).
A DIGEST PHOTO : Shows 12 photo thumbnails.
When thumbnails are displayed, you can proceed to
the next/previous page with
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DVD VIDEO : Displays Bookmark select bar
(p. 25).
B p: Turns this Player on or sets it to the standby mode.
C ZOOM DVD VIDEO PHOTO : Zooms in/out.
The size of the screen will change each time you press
the button (zoom in/out: 3 steps each).
D Color buttons BD : Use these buttons according to
on-screen instructions.
E STATUS: Displays the playback information (p. 24).
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
F SUBTITLE BD DVD VIDEO : Changes subtitle
languages (p. 42) if available . You can also select this
item from On Screen menu (p. 23).
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G ANGLE BD DVD : Changes the camera angle if
video is recorded with multiple angles. The Angle
Mark (
) is displayed on the screen when this
function is available. You can also select this item
from On Screen menu (p. 23).
Note
– Angle Mark is displayed only when the Angle Mark
is set to on (p. 31).
H SEARCH BD DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC :
Jumps to a specified point during playback. For details
on this function, refer to “Using search” (p. 25). You
can also select this item from status menu (p. 24).
I AUDIO BD DVD : Changes the audio language or
format. You can also select this item from On Screen
menu (p. 23).
J REPEAT BD
DVD
CD
VIDEO
MUSIC
PHOTO : Changes repeat mode. Repeat mode shown
below will change each time you press the button.
: Repeats the title being played back.
: Repeats the chapter being played back.
: Repeats the folder being played back.
: Repeats all tracks/files on the disc.
: Repeats the track/file being played back.
Shuffle All: Plays back all the tracks/files on the disc
randomly.
K A/B BD DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC : Plays back
a specific part you want to repeat.
1 Press A/B at the scene where you want to set the
start point. “A-” is displayed on the screen.
2 Press A/B again at the scene where you want to set
the end point. “A-B” is displayed on the screen.
Repeat playback starts.
3 To cancel the repeat playback, press A/B. “A-B”
disappears and the repeat playback is finished.
Note
– This function cannot be performed depending on the
specifications of the disc.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
L TOP MENU BD DVD : Displays the top menu
screen (p. 42) if the disc contains a menu. Select the
desired item using 5/a /2/3 and ENTER.
PROGRAM
MARKER
DIGEST
Note
ZOOM
– Specific operations may be different depending on
the disc. Follow the instructions of each menu
screen.
STATUS
SUBTITLE
M Cursor buttons (5/a /2/3): Moves the focus in
the menu screen.
ENTER: Selects the focused menu/item.
ANGLE
CLEAR
SEARCH
AUDIO
PIP
SETUP
REPEAT
2ND
AUDIO
HOME
A B
TOP MENU
POP-UP MENU
L
M
N
O
N RETURN: Returns to the previous menu or screen,
etc.
P
ENTER
RETURN
ON SCREEN
Q
O Control buttons
BD
DVD
CD
VIDEO
MUSIC
PHOTO
: Stops playback. To stop playback completely,
press this button twice.
: Pauses playback.
: Plays back contents.
(
)/
(
)
DVD : Performs slow backward/forward. Slow
BD
playback speed will change each time you press the
button (slow backward/forward: 4 steps each).
These buttons also perform frame advance/reverse
playback during pause.
Press
to resume normal playback.
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BD DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC :
Searches backward/forward. The search speed will
change each time you press the button (search
backward/forward: 5 steps each). Press
to resume
normal playback.
PHOTO : Changes the speed of a slide show (slower/
faster: 3 steps).
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BD DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC :
Press for instant search/replay. Instant search skips the
content 30 seconds. Instant replay replays the content
from 10 seconds before.
/
: Skips backward/forward.
Notes
– Some BD/DVD discs are not compatible with frame
advance/reverse playback.
– Depending on the disc, this Player resumes playback
from the point that where the Player was previously
stopped. To play back from the beginning, press
twice and then
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Loading the batteries in the remote
control
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Q ON SCREEN: Displays On Screen menu (p. 23).
ID function
You can change the remote control ID to prevent
unwanted operation of the other Yamaha player such as
DVD player. If you have changed the remote control ID,
make sure that you select the same ID for the main unit.
The default setting is ID1.
1 Remote control setting
To change the ID from ID1 to ID2, press and hold
the red color button and 2 of number button
simultaneously for 7 seconds. To change the ID
from ID2 to ID1, press and hold the red color button
and 1 of number button simultaneously for 7
seconds.
2 Main unit setting
Press and hold
and
on the
front panel simultaneously for 2 seconds to display
current ID when:
– No disc is inserted in this Player.
– The disc tray is closed.
– Playback is stopped.
– “NO DISC” is displayed on the front panel
display.
Keep pressing and holding the keys for another 2
seconds to change the ID between ID1 and ID2.
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P POP-UP/MENU BD DVD : Displays pop-up
menu. The menu contents displayed vary depending
on the disc. For details on how to see and operate the
pop-up menu, refer to the manual for the disc.
The top menu screen may be displayed by pressing
POP-UP/MENU depending on the DVD.
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Notes
– Do not subject the remote control unit to shock,
water or excessive humidity.
– The remote control unit may not function if the
Player’s remote sensor is in direct sunlight or any
other strong light.
– Incorrect use of batteries may cause them to leak or
burst. Read the battery warnings and use the
batteries properly.
– Do not mix old and new batteries, or mix different
brands.
– Remove the batteries if you will not use the remote
control unit for an extended period of time.
– Dispose of batteries according to your regional
regulations.
Approximate operating range of
remote control
Remote control sensor
Note
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– If the remote control is without batteries for a few
minutes or if exhausted batteries remain in the
remote control, the remote control ID is
automatically set to ID1. If you want to use the
remote control in ID2 setting, install new batteries
and set the remote control ID again.
30˚
30˚
6 m (20 ft)
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CONNECTION
INTRODUCTION TO CONNECTIONS
Find the corresponding connection method on your video/audio equipment. We recommend that you use the HDMI
terminal which provides high quality digital audio and video on a single connection. If you use the other terminals/jacks,
connect the video first. Then connect the audio.
Connect video and audio to AV
receiver with HDMI cable.
HDMI terminal on
AV receiver? *
HDMI terminal on TV?
Refer to owner’s manual
of AV receiver.
HDMI terminal on TV?
START
Connect video to TV with HDMI cable.
Use AV receiver?
Connect video to AV receiver.
HDMI terminal on TV?
Connect video and audio to TV with HDMI cable.
Connect video to TV.
Yes
* When you connect to an AV receiver that cannot output the sound,
input via its HDMI terminal, refer to the owner’s manual of your AV
receiver.
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■ Rear panel
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DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
NETWORK
AUDIO OUT
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HDMI
OUT
IN
REMOTE CONTROL
OPTICAL
USB
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CONNECTION
Video and audio connection to
AV receiver
A HDMI (p. 12)
Video connection
Audio connection to AV receiver
to TV
A’ HDMI (p. 12)
Connect audio to AV
receiver.
D COAXIAL (p. 14)
or
to AV receiver
E
OPTICAL (p. 14)
B COMPONENT (p. 13)
or
or
F L/R (p. 15)
C VIDEO (p. 13)
Video and audio connection to TV
A’ HDMI (p. 12)
Audio connection to TV
Video connection to TV
Connect audio to TV.
D’ COAXIAL (p. 14)
or
B’ COMPONENT (p. 13)
E’ OPTICAL (p. 14)
or
or
C’ VIDEO (p. 13)
F’ L/R (p. 15)
1 OPTICAL (p. 14)
6 AUDIO OUT (L/R) (p. 15)
2 USB (p. 16)
7 REMOTE CONTROL (OUT/IN) (p. 17)
3 HDMI (p. 12)
8 AC IN (p. 17)
4 COMPONENT (p. 13)
9 NETWORK (p. 16)
5 VIDEO (p. 13)
0 COAXIAL (p. 14)
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HDMI CONNECTION
■ Connecting to the HDMI terminal
–
–
–
–
You can enjoy high quality digital picture and sound through the HDMI terminal.
Firmly connect an HDMI cable (commercially available) to the HDMI terminals.
See page 35 for information on the audio/video output formats.
Use HIGH SPEED HDMI cables that have the HDMI logo (as shown on the back cover).
Caution!
Do not connect the power cable of this Player until all connections are completed.
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
NETWORK
OPTICAL
AUDIO OUT
L
HDMI
USB
PR
VIDEO
R
Hints
– When you use the HDMI Control function,
refer to the “HDMI Control” (p. 30).
– For information on the output mode of HDMI
terminal, refer to the “HDMI” (p. 34).
– When no picture is displayed, refer to
“TROUBLESHOOTING” (p. 39).
To HDMI terminal
■ Connection for the playback
of Blu-ray 3D discs
To enjoy Blu-ray 3D discs on this Player, you need
the following equipments and connections:
– You need a TV and an AV Receiver (if you
need) that have 3D functionality.
– All the components must be connected with
HDMI cables.
– Blu-ray disc should contain 3D images.
HDMI cable
(commercially available)
A
A’
To HDMI input terminal
HDMI IN
AV receiver
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TV
VIDEO CONNECTIONS
■ Connecting to the component/video jack
Caution!
Do not connect the power cable of this Player until all connections are completed.
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
NETWORK
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
L
NETWORK
HDMI
VIDEO
(Red)
(Green)
PR
USB
(Blue)
OPTICAL
2
CONNECTION
– You can enjoy accurate color reproduction and high quality images through the component jacks.
– Firmly connect a component video cable (commercially available) or a video pin cable to the COMPONENT jacks/
VIDEO jack.
– See page 36 for information on the video output formats.
OPTICAL
R
USB
AUDIO OUT
L
HDMI
PR
VIDEO
To COMPONENT
jacks
R
(Yellow)
To VIDEO
jack
Component video cable
(commercially available)
B
B’
Audio/Video cable
(supplied)
C
C’
To video
input jack
To component
input jacks
COMPONENT IN
(Yellow)
(Yellow)
Y
(Green)
(Green)
(Yellow)
PB
(Blue)
(Blue)
PR
(Red)
(Green)
(Blue)
(Red)
(Red)
VIDEO
AV INPUT
AV receiver
TV
AV receiver
TV
Notes
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English
– If you play back the image via VCR, the image may deteriorate due to the copy guard function.
– To enjoy BD-3D discs on this Player, you need to connect an AV receiver, a TV, and this Player using HDMI
cables. Refer to the previous page.
AUDIO CONNECTIONS
■ Connecting to the digital audio jack/terminal
– You can connect audio equipment or the TV to the COAXIAL jack/OPTICAL terminal.
– Firmly connect a Coaxial digital audio cable (commercially available) or optical cable (commercially available) to
the coaxial digital audio jack or optical digital audio terminal.
– See page 35 for information on the audio output formats.
Caution!
Do not connect the power cable of this Player until all connections are completed.
This Player
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
NETWORK
OPTICAL
USB
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
L
NETWORK
HDMI
VIDEO
PR
OPTICAL
R
USB
PR
VIDEO
To COAXIAL
jack
D’
R
Optical cable
(commercially available)
E
To coaxial
input jack
AV receiver
L
To OPTICAL
terminal
Coaxial digital audio cable
(commercially available)
D
AUDIO OUT
HDMI
E’
To optical
input terminal
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
AV INPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
TV
AV receiver
TV
Hint
– For information on the output mode of COAXIAL jack/OPTICAL terminal, refer to the “Coaxial/Optical” (p. 34).
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AUDIO CONNECTIONS
■ Connecting to the audio jacks
– You can connect audio equipment or the TV to the AUDIO OUT L/R jacks.
– Firmly connect an Audio/Video cable (supplied) to the AUDIO OUT L/R jack.
– See page 35 for information on the audio output formats.
2
Caution!
CONNECTION
Do not connect the power cable of this Player until all connections are completed.
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
PR
USB
To AUDIO OUT
L/R jack
(White)
OPTICAL
AUDIO OUT
L
HDMI
VIDEO
R
(Red)
NETWORK
Audio/Video cable
(supplied)
F
F’
To audio L/R
input jack
(White) (Red)
AV receiver
R
(Red)
L
AUDIO IN
(White)
(Red)
(White)
AUDIO
TV
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NETWORK AND USB CONNECTION
■ Connecting to the NETWORK terminal and USB port
– PC contents can be played back by connecting this Player to the network.
– You can enjoy a variety of contents with interactive functions by connecting to the internet when playing BD-Live
compatible discs. Refer to page 26 regarding further information on BD-Live functions.
– You can connect a USB memory device (2 GB or greater and formatted with FAT 32/16) for BD Local Storage to
the USB port on the rear panel (or front panel) of the player to save the BD-Live data or to upgrade the software of
this Player.
– Firmly connect a network cable (commercially available) and a USB memory device (commercially available) to
the NETWORK terminal and USB port.
– Use only an STP (shielded twisted pair) network cable.
– When using the internet, a broadband internet connection as shown below is required.
– Connect the other connector of the network cable to the hub/broadband router.
Before using the USB memory device
CAUTION:
– Do not remove the USB memory device
or unplug the power cable while the
operations for BD-Live (p. 26) or
software upgrade are being performed.
– Do not use a USB extension cable when
connecting a USB memory device to the
USB port of the Player. Using a USB
extension cable may prevent the Player
from performing correctly.
Note
– Yamaha cannot guarantee that all brands’
USB memory devices will operate with
this Player.
This Player
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
PB
Y
NETWORK
OPTICAL
PR
USB
To USB
Terminal
VIDEO
R
USB memory device
(commercially available)
Network cable
(commercially available)
Hint
– To save BD-Live data on
the USB memory device
on the front panel, set
Local Storage to Front
USB (p. 30).
To LAN
terminal
LAN
Internet
Modem
Hub or
broadband router
After connecting
– When you set the Network setting manually, refer to “Network” (p. 32).
– To play back the PC contents on your network, refer to “Using network content” (p. 21).
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L
To NETWORK
terminal
Notes
– When using a broadband internet
connection, a contract with an internet
service provider is required. For more
details, contact your nearest internet service
provider.
– Refer to the operation manual of the
equipment you have as the connected
equipment and connection method may
differ depending on your internet
environment.
– Use a network cable/router supporting
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.
AUDIO OUT
HDMI
PC
OTHER CONNECTIONS
■ Connecting to the REMOTE
CONTROL jacks
Caution!
– For details about the SCENE function, refer to the
owner’s manual supplied with your Yamaha AV
receiver.
– You can connect a Yamaha component (such as CD
player) supports the SCENE function to the
REMOTE CONTROL (OUT) jack of this Player.
■ Connecting the power cable
2
CONNECTION
– You can transmit and receive the remote control
signals by connecting to the REMOTE CONTROL
(OUT/IN) jacks.
– Firmly connect monaural 3.5 mm mini plug cables
(commercially available) to the REMOTE
CONTROL (OUT/IN) jacks.
– If your AV receiver is a Yamaha product and has the
capability to transmit SCENE control signals, you
can control the Player with the SCENE function.
Hints
– After all connections are completed, plug the
supplied power cable into the AC IN on the rear of
the Player. Then plug into AC outlet.
Do not connect the power cable of this
Player until all connections are completed.
This Player
AUDIO OUT
L
OUT
IN
REMOTE CONTROL
EO
R
To AC inlet
To REMOTE
CONTROL
(OUT) jack
Monaural 3.5 mm
mini plug cable
(commercially
available)
To REMOTE
CONTROL (IN)
jack
Monaural 3.5 mm mini
plug cable
(commercially available)
To AC outlet
Note
– TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT TOUCH THE UN-INSULATED PARTS OF
ANY CABLES WHILE THE POWER CABLE IS
CONNECTED.
To remote
control out
jack
To remote
control in
jack
REMOTE CONTROL IN
Yamaha component
REMOTE CONTROL OUT
Infrared signal receiver
or Yamaha component
(such as AV receiver)
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PLAYBACK
INITIAL WIZARD/EASY SETUP
■ Setting with the Initial Wizard/
Easy Setup
Initial Wizard/Easy Setup allows you to set language,
resolution, and screen aspect ratio easily. Initial Wizard
screen is displayed when you turn this Player on for the
first time after purchase or upgrade. Same setting can be
performed from SETUP menu = System = Easy Setup.
4 Press 5/a to select the screen aspect ratio, then press
ENTER. For details on setting items, see “TV Screen”
(p. 32).
Easy Setup is completed.
1 When Easy Setup screen is displayed, Press ENTER to
start Easy Setup.
5 Press ENTER to exit Easy Setup.
Easy Setup
Page: 5/5
Setting
2 Press 5/a to select the language you want to display
on the screen, then press ENTER.
The set-up wizard is finished!
Now press the Finish button to go to SETUP. Please
enjoy!
Previous
ENTER
Finish
Notes
3 Press 5/a to select the resolution, then press ENTER.
For details on setting items, see “Resolution” (p. 33).
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– When no picture is displayed after Initial Wizard/
Easy Setup is completed, refer to
“TROUBLESHOOTING” (p. 39).
– A warning message concerning 3D video playback
appears when this Player is turned on. Press ENTER
to dismiss the message or CLEAR to disable it (p.
30).
HOME/MEDIA MENU
HOME and MEDIA menus allow you to browse and play
multi-media files on data discs, USB memory devices and
your network.
Common operations for playing back
files in a selected folder
Example: Selecting a movie file on a USB memory
device
Note
– For details on playable disc and format, see page 3.
Basic operation
5/a : Moves the focus.
2: Returns to the parent folder.
3: Checks/unchecks single folder/file.
HOME: Moves to/exits HOME menu screen.
ENTER: Confirms the folder/file.
PIP
SETUP
2ND
AUDIO
HOME
TOP MENU
– Stop the playback of the video before you move to
MEDIA menu screen.
1 Press HOME to move to HOME menu screen.
Press 2/3 to select MEDIA, then press ENTER.
3
PLAYBACK
■ Playing back photo/music/video
Note
REPEAT
A B
POP-UP MENU
ENTER
RETURN
ON SCREEN
2 MEDIA screen appears.
Icons on the top of MEDIA menu
: Plays back the disc on the tray, or displays contents
in the data disc.
: Displays contents in the USB memory device
connected to the USB port.
: Searches for a DLNA (p. 21) server on the network.
: Displays contents on the connected DLNA server.
3 Select the item which contains the file you want to play
back, then press ENTER.
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HOME/MEDIA MENU
4 Select the Photo, Music, Video or AVCHD folder you
want to play back, then press ENTER.
To return to the parent folder, press 2 or select
.
Hint
– To enjoy slide show with music, press HOME to
return to the HOME menu screen while music is
played back, and select photo file.
Note
– The displayed file may not be played back
depending on the content.
Operations for viewing photos
Note
– Note that the only the file type selected on this step
will be displayed in the following step. For example,
if you selected Photo folder in this step, only photo
files are displayed after this step. When you play
back other than photo, return to this hierarchy and
select file type again.
5 Select the folder(s) containing the file you want to play
back.
6 Select the file you want to play back, then press
ENTER.
When a video file is selected, playback starts.
When a music file is selected, status screen is displayed
and playback starts.
When a photo file is selected, slide show starts.
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While viewing photos, the buttons on the remote control
work as shown below.
: Stops slide show and returns to the file browser.
: Pauses a slide show.
: Plays a slide show.
: Moves to a next photo.
: Moves to a previous photo.
: Makes a slide show faster in 3 steps.
: Makes a slide show slower in 3 steps.
5: Inverts a photo.
a : Reflects a photo.
2: Rotates a photo counterclockwise.
3: Rotates a photo clockwise.
ZOOM: Zooms in/out a photo (zoom in/out: 3 steps each).
5/a /2/3: Pan in zoom mode when a photo is larger
than the screen.
DIGEST: Switches to thumbnail mode (p. 6). When
thumbnails are displayed, you can proceed to the next/
previous page with
/
.
HOME/MEDIA MENU
■ Using network content
This Player is a DLNA certified digital media player. You
can manage photo, music and video contents stored on
DLNA servers on your home network.
About DLNA
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) provides easy
sharing of digital media through network in the home, and
you can enjoy digital contents stored on your DLNAserver-software-installed PC or other DLNA compatible
device with your TV via this Player. To connect this
Player to your DLNA servers, some settings for the
DLNA server or device are required. For details, refer to
your DLNA server software or DLNA device.
3
PLAYBACK
Playing back shared contents
1 To play back files on your PC, install a DLNA server
software, such as Windows Media Player 12, and share
files you want to play back.
2 Turn on the PC with DLNA server software installed or
the DLNA device connected to your home network.
3 Press HOME to display HOME menu screen. Then
select MEDIA to move to MEDIA menu. The DLNA
servers connected to the network are listed on the
screen.
Notes
– If your DLNA server is not listed, select DLNA
Search to find it.
– Depending on the DLNA server, this Player may
need to be permitted from the server.
– To play the file on the DLNA server, this Player and
the server must be connected to the same access
point.
– The file requirements may not always be compatible.
There may be some restrictions depending on file
features and DLNA sever capability.
4 Select the file you want to play back.
Notes
English
– The playback and operating quality may be affected
by your home network condition.
– The files from removable media such as USB
memory devices or DVD-drive on your media
server, may not be shared properly.
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USING NETWORK SERVICES
You can instantly watch the videos that the following network services provide.
– YouTube
Note
– Access to content provided by third parties requires a high speed internet connection and may also require account
registration and a paid subscription.
– Third party content services may be changed, suspended, interrupted, or discontinued at any time without notice,
and Yamaha disclaims any liability in connection with such occurrences.
– Some content may only be available for specific countries and may be presented in specific languages.
– Yamaha does not represent or warrant that content services will continue to be provided or available for a particular
period of time, and any such warranty, express or implied, is disclaimed.
PLAYING VIDEOS FROM YouTube™
You can watch movies from YouTube over the internet
using this Player.
The services may be changed without notice.
1 Press HOME to display HOME menu screen.
Hint
– The HOME menu screen may differ depending on
the model.
2 Press 5/a /2/3 to select YouTube, then press
ENTER.
Hint
– To return to the HOME menu screen, press
RETURN.
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ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION
This chapter explains playback of commercially available
BD and DVD discs, CDs, and recorded DVD-RW/R discs.
Note
– For the basic playback operation, see page 6.
To display On Screen menu, press ON SCREEN. After
that, press 5/a /2/3 to select an item, then press
ENTER to operate the desired function.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Normal
Shuffle CH (chapter)
Shuffle TT (title)
Shuffle All
Random CH (chapter)
Random TT (title)
Random All
VIDEO
–
–
–
–
–
MUSIC
3
PLAYBACK
■ On Screen menu
DVD
PHOTO
Normal
Shuffle F (folder)
Shuffle All
Random F (folder)
Random All
Audio BD DVD VIDEO : Shows audio language/
signal of BD/DVD disc currently selected. You can select
the desired type of audio.
Angle BD DVD : Shows the currently-selected angle
number. If the video is recorded with multiple angles, you
can change the angle.
On Screen menu contains following items.
Title BD DVD VIDEO : Shows the title number being
played back. You can skip to the desired title by selecting
it from this item.
Chapter BD DVD VIDEO : Shows the chapter
number being played back. You can skip to the desired
chapter by selecting it from this item.
Track/File CD VIDEO MUSIC PHOTO : Shows
track/file number being played back. You can skip to the
desired track/file by selecting it from this item.
Time BD DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC : Shows the
playback time. Select display type from the following:
– Elapsed playback time of the title, chapter, disc,
track or file
– Remaining playback time of the title, chapter, disc,
track or file
Mode/Play Mode
DVD CD VIDEO MUSIC PHOTO : Shows current
playback mode. You can select playback mode from the
following:
Subtitle BD DVD VIDEO : Shows the currentlyselected subtitle language when the subtitle is provided.
Subtitle Style BD : Shows the currently-selected
subtitle style. This function is available only for Video-file
external subtitle. You can select the desired text style of
subtitle.
Bitrate BD DVD CD VIDEO
bitrate of the audio/video signal.
MUSIC : Shows
Second Video BD : Turns the PIP on/off (p. 6).
Second Audio BD : Turns the secondary audio on/off
(p. 6).
Ins Search
BD
DVD
CD
VIDEO
MUSIC : Skips 30 seconds.
CD
VIDEO
MUSIC : Replays the content
Ins Replay
BD
DVD
from 10 seconds before.
Slide Show PHOTO :
Shows slide show speed. You can select the slide show
speed from Slow/Medium/Fast.
CD
– Normal: Normal playback.
– Shuffle: Random playback without repetition.
– Random: Random playback with repetition.
Transition PHOTO : Shows how photo appears on the
screen. You can select the transition type.
Code Page VIDEO : Selects character code of subtitle
you added to DivX video (p. 41).
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ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION
■ Status menu
This shows various settings, such as subtitles, angle
settings and the title/chapter/track number currently
played back. To display status menu, press STATUS.
Status menu contains following menus.
BD
DVD
CD
MUSIC
Example: Icons when playing music file
VIDEO
Example: Icons when playing BD
2
1
3
8 7
1
4
5
6
7
5
6
(Playback status)
2
3
4
(Disc type/video file icon)
(Title number being played): You can jump to
specified title with SEARCH button (p. 7).
(Chapter number being played): You can
jump to specified chapter with SEARCH button (p. 7).
(Elapsed playback time): You can jump to
specified point with SEARCH button (p. 7).
(Subtitle currently selected): You can change
the subtitle language with SUBTITLE button.
(Audio currently selected): You can change the
audio language or format with AUDIO button.
8
(Repeat mode): Shows current repeat mode (p. 7).
1
(Playback status)
2
(Repeat mode): Shows current repeat mode (p. 7).
3
(Disc type/music file icon)
4 (Artwork) MUSIC : Displays artwork if the file
contains it.
5
(Track/file number being played): You can
jump to specified track with SEARCH button (p. 7).
6 (Information) MUSIC : Displays music information
if the file contains them.
7
(Elapsed playback time): You can jump to
specified point with SEARCH button (p. 7).
8 (Progress bar) MUSIC : Shows progress status of
current song.
9 (Audio level meter): displays current volume level.
PHOTO
1
(Playback status)
2
(Photo file icon)
3
(File number being displayed)
4
(Repeat mode): Shows current repeat mode (p. 7).
5 (Slide show speed)
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ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION
■ Using Bookmark
DVD
VIDEO
This allows you to set Bookmark at the specified point of
the video. After Bookmark is set, you can move to the
point you set using this function. You can set up to 12
Bookmarks.
1 Press MARKER during playing back the movie to set
Bookmark. Bookmark number, and the status are
displayed.
2 Press ENTER to program playback order.
For audio disc, press 5/a to select a desired track then
press ENTER.
For DVD-Video disc, select a desired title (shown as
TT) and chapter (shown as CH) instead of a track.
To clear a set track, select the track you want to clear,
then press CLEAR.
Press RETURN to cancel the Program play.
3
PLAYBACK
2 After Bookmark is set, press DIGEST to display
Bookmark select bar.
3 Press 2/3 to select the Bookmark you want to play
back, then press ENTER.
Press CLEAR to delete the selected Bookmark.
Note
– When playback is finished (e.g., ejecting the disc,
pressing
twice), Bookmarks are automatically
deleted.
■ Program play
DVD
CD
3 After programming is finished, press
start program playback.
to set and
4 To cancel program play, stop playback completely by
pressing
twice.
■ Using search
BD
DVD
CD
VIDEO
MUSIC
This allows you to program playback order of audio disc
tracks or DVD chapters.
Press PROGRAM during playback to display the
PROGRAM window to program playback order.
You can program up to 15 tracks/chapters.
This allows you to jump to the specified point during
playback.
Example: Programming the playback order of CD tracks
2 Press 5/a /2/3 to select one of the item below, then
press ENTER.
1 Press PROGRAM during playback.
1 Press SEARCH during playback. Status bar appears.
BD DVD :
– Title number (shown as
)
– Chapter number (shown as
)
– Elapsed title time (shown as
)
– Elapsed chapter time (shown as
CD :
– Track number (shown as
)
)
– Elapsed track time (shown as
)
– Elapsed disc time (shown as
VIDEO MUSIC :
– File number (shown as
)
)
– Elapsed file time (shown as
)
3 Press 5/a or number buttons to set/adjust the value of
the focused item, and press ENTER to jump to the
specified point.
4 To close the status bar, press STATUS.
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ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION
■ Enjoying BONUSVIEW™ and BDLive™
■ Using the feature of BD-Live™
This player supports BONUSVIEW (p. 41) (BD-ROM
Profile 1 Version 1.1) and BD-Live (p. 41) (BD-ROM
Profile 2) playback functions.
1. Set the Network setting (p. 32).
Note
– Functions and playback method vary depending on
the disc. See the guidance on the disc or the supplied
user’s manual.
■ Using Picture in Picture function
(secondary audio/video playback)
BD-Video that includes secondary audio and video
compatible with Picture in Picture can be played back
with secondary audio and video simultaneously as a small
video in the corner.
Primary video
Secondary video
2. Connect the USB memory device
to this Player (p. 16).
BD-Live data is saved in a USB memory device
connected to this Player. To enjoy these functions,
connect a USB memory device (2 GB or greater and
formatted with FAT 32/16) supporting USB 2.0
High Speed (480 Mbit/s) to the USB port that you
select on Local Storage (p. 30). The default setting is
the USB port on the rear panel.
– BUDA folder is created automatically in the USB
memory device when necessary.
– If there is insufficient storage space, the data will not
be copied/downloaded. Delete unneeded data or use
a new USB memory device.
– Some time may be required for the data to load
(read/write).
Notes
While PIP Mark (
) or Secondary
Audio Mark (
) is displayed, press
PIP to turn the Picture in Picture
function on/off.
Notes
– To listen to secondary audio, make sure that the
Audio Output setting (Coaxial/Optical or HDMI) is
set to PCM or Reencode (p. 34).
– Depending on the disc, to listen to secondary audio,
you may need to set secondary audio to on on the top
menu of the disc (p. 8).
– The secondary audio and video for Picture in Picture
may automatically play back and be removed
depending on the content. Also, playable areas may
be restricted.
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– Yamaha cannot guarantee that all brands’ USB
memory devices will operate with this Player.
– Do not use a USB extension cable when connecting
a USB memory device to the USB port of the player.
Using a USB extension cable may prevent the player
from performing correctly.
3. Play back the disc.
4. Run BD-Live according to the
instructions on the disc.
Notes
– Regarding playback method of BD-Live contents,
etc., perform the operations in accordance with the
instructions in the BD disc manual.
– To enjoy BD-Live functions, perform the network
connection (p. 16) and Network settings (p. 32).
– Refer to “BD-Live Connection” (p. 32) regarding the
setup to restrict access to BD-Live contents.
– The time required to download the provided
programs into the USB memory device connected to
this Player varies depending on the internet
connection speeds and the data volume of the
programs.
– BD-Live programs provided through the internet
may not be able to display the connection depending
on the status (upgrading) of the provider. In such
cases, take out the disc and try again.
– If the BD-Live screen does not appear for a while
after you select the BD-Live function in the BD disc
menu, the USB memory device may not have
enough free space. In such cases, eject the disc from
the player, and then erase the data in the USB
memory device using the “Format” menu in the
“Local Storage” (p. 30).
SETTINGS
SETUP MENU
The SETUP menu enables various audio/visual settings and adjustments for functions using the remote control unit.
Item
System
Screen Saver
Sets screen saver on/off.
30
Disc Auto Playback
Sets this Player to start disc playback automatically.
30
HDMI Control
Sets this Player to receive control signal from the remote
control of your TV/AV receiver.
30
Network Control
Sets the control via Ethernet to on/off.
30
Load Default
Resets all settings to the default setting except Security
setting.
30
Upgrade
Performs upgrade of this Player.
30
Easy Setup
Sets language, resolution, screen aspect ratio.
30
Local Storage
Displays status of Local Storage (p. 30), formats Local
Storage and selects the front/rear USB port for Local Storage.
30
3D Playback
Message
Displays a warning message concerning 3D video playback
when this Player is turned on.
30
General Setting
Language
Playback
Network
Page
OSD
Selects the language for On Screen Display.
31
Menu
Prioritizes the language for disc menu.
31
Audio
Prioritizes the language for audio.
31
Subtitle
Prioritizes the language for subtitle.
31
Closed Caption
Sets the closed caption to on/off.
31
Angle Mark
Sets to display the Angle Mark when BD/DVD with multiple
angles is played back.
31
PIP Mark
Sets to display the PIP Mark when BD/DVD with Picture in
Picture is played back.
31
Secondary Audio
Mark
Sets to display the Secondary Audio Mark when BD/DVD
with secondary audio is played back.
31
Last Memory
Sets this Player to remember the last playback position of a
disc when it is set to the standby mode or the disc tray is
opened.
31
DivX(R) VOD
DRM
Security
Function
Displays registration code for DivX(R) video.
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SETTINGS
Menu/Submenu
31
Change Password
Changes password for Parental Control and Country Code.
31
Parental Control
Sets the Parental Control depending on the disc content.
31
Country Code
Sets your Country Code.
31
Internet Connection
Sets the internet connection to Enable/Disable.
32
Information
Displays network information screen.
32
Connection Test
Performs the network connection test.
32
IP Setting
Sets the IP setting to Auto/Manual.
32
BD-Live
Connection
Sets the BD-Live connection to Permitted/Partial Permitted/
Prohibited.
32
DLNA
Sets the DLNA to Enable/Disable.
32
Proxy Setting
Sets the proxy setting.
32
English
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SETUP MENU
Menu/Submenu
TV
Display Setting
Video Process
Audio Output
Item
Function
Page
3D Output
Selects 3D or 2D videos.
32
TV Screen
Sets the screen aspect ratio of the connected TV, and adjust
the video output.
32
Resolution
Selects the resolution of output video.
33
TV System
Selects the TV System from NTSC/PAL/Multi.
33
Color Space
Selects Color Space from YCbCr 4:4:4/YCbCr 4:2:2/ Full
RGB/RGB.
33
HDMI Deep Color
Selects HDMI Deep Color from 30 bits/36 bits/Off.
33
HDMI 1080p 24Hz
Sets HDMI 1080p 24Hz to auto/off.
33
Lip Sync
Adjusts the lag between video and audio, such as when the
mouth movement is out of sync with the voice.
33
Video Mode
Adjusts the visual image.
33
Color Adjust
Adjusts Brightness/Saturation/Hue for each color.
33
Auto Contrast
Adjusts contrast to optimize the played back image.
33
Noise Reduction
Sets the level of Noise Reduction.
33
De-interlacing
Mode
Sets how to detect the video signal.
Coaxial/Optical
Selects the output mode of COAXIAL jack/OPTICAL
terminal from Bitstream/PCM/Reencode/Off.
34
HDMI
Selects the output mode of HDMI terminal from Bitstream/
PCM/Reencode/Off.
34
Downsampling
Selects the digital audio signal down sampling frequency
from 48k/96k/192k.
34
Audio Setting
33
DRC
Sets the DRC (Dynamic Range Compression).
34
Speaker Setting
2ch Downmix
Sets the audio output from AUDIO OUT L/R jack.
34
Post Process
Up Mix
Multi-channelizes the 2-channel audio signal.
34
Displays software version and MAC address (p. 42).
34
System
Information
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SETUP MENU
■ Example of SETUP menu
operation
You need to call up the SETUP menu screen to perform
settings for this Player. The following is the explanation
for basic operations of the SETUP menu.
3. Select a menu item.
Press 5/a to select Parental Control, then press
ENTER or cursor 3.
STATUS
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
CLEAR
PIP
AUDIO
SETUP
4
REPEAT
POP-UP MENU
HOME
SETTINGS
TOP MENU
2ND
SEARCH
A B
ENTER
4. Enter password.
RETURN
ON SCREEN
Example: Setting Parental Control
Note
– Some items cannot be set during playback. In this
case, press
twice to stop playback completely
before setting.
Enter your password with number buttons.
– The default password is 0000.
– You cannot move to the next setting screen until
you have input the correct password.
– To change the password, refer to “Change
Password” (p. 31).
1. Display the SETUP menu screen.
Press SETUP to display the SETUP menu screen.
Press 2/3 to select General Setting, then press
ENTER or a .
5. Select a next item.
Press 5/a to select the Parental Control Level for
BD/DVD, then press ENTER.
2. Select a Submenu.
Press 5/a to select Security, then press ENTER or
cursor 3.
6. Exit the menu screen.
Press 2 to return to the previous menu.
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SETUP MENU
■ General Setting
The default settings are marked with “
* ”.
System
Screen Saver
You can set the screen saver to on/off.
When set to on, this Player will switch to screen saver
mode if there is no operation for 5 minutes. After that, this
Player will turn to standby mode when there is no
operation for 20 minutes.
On*, Off
Disc Auto Playback
You can set Disc Auto Playback to on/off. When set to on,
a disc will play back automatically after loading.
On*, Off
HDMI Control
You can set the Player to receive control signal from a
TV/AV receiver compatible with the HDMI Control
function via an HDMI cable (p. 12).
On, Off*
Using HDMI Control function
Using the HDMI Control function, you can interactively
operate this Player with your TV (HDMI Control
function supported).
When you connect this Player to the TV compatible with
the HDMI Control function using an HDMI cable and
set HDMI Control in the SETUP menu to on (p. 30), you
can perform the function listed below.
• Automatic input select function
When you start playback of this Player, the input
selector of the TV (and an AV receiver if this Player is
connected to the TV via the AV receiver) is switched
to this Player automatically. TV Power is turned on
automatically depending on the TV.
• Automatic power off function
When you turn off the TV while this Player is in stop
mode and the SETUP menu screen is not displayed,
the power of this Player is also turned off
automatically.
Notes
– HDMI Control function may not work properly
depending on the TV.
– Functions other than ones shown above may work
depending on the TV or AV receiver.
– In order to make the HDMI Control function
available, set up settings for the HDMI Control
function on ALL components (this Player, TV,
and AV receiver). Certain operation may also be
required.
– Each function may be set independently to
activate/deactivate depending on the TV.
– Refer to the operation manuals supplied with the
TV and/or AV receiver for details regarding setup.
– When set to on, power consumption during
standby mode increases due to HDMI control
function.
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Network Control
You can set control via Ethernet to on/off. This player
employs Yamaha Network Control protocol (YNC).
On, Off*
Notes
– When set to on, power consumption during standby
mode increases due to network control function.
– When set to on, the system startup time is decreased.
Load Default
You can reset all settings of this Player to default setting
except Security setting (p. 31). For details on default
settings, see pages 27-34.
Upgrade
You can upgrade the software manually from Disc, USB
Storage or Network. For details on software upgrade, refer
to “SOFTWARE UPGRADE” (p. 37).
Easy Setup
You can perform Easy Setup (p. 18).
Local Storage
You can display Local Storage information, format Local
Storage, and select Front USB/Rear USB to save the BDLive data.
To format (empty) the “BUDA” folder in the USB
memory device, select Information and press ENTER
when “Format” is focused on the screen.
Front USB, Rear USB*
Hint
– Local Storage is used as an auxiliary memory when
Blu-ray Disc is played back.
3D Playback Message
You can turn on or off a warning message concerning 3D
video playback that appears on the TV when this Player is
turned on.
On*, Off
SETUP MENU
Language
Security
OSD
You can select the language for On Screen Display which
is the messages or menu displayed on the screen such as
SETUP menu.
Change Password
You can set the password for changing the Parental
Control Level and Country Code. Refer to “Parental
Control” (p. 31) and “Country Code” (p. 31).
English*, Français , Español , Deutsch , Italiano ,
Svenska , Nederlandse ,
Notes
,
– The default password is 0000.
– If you forget the password, refer to
“TROUBLESHOOTING” (p. 38) and set all the
Security settings to their default settings.
Menu
You can prioritize the language for disc menu.
English*, Français ,
, Español , Deutsch , Italiano ,
Audio
You can prioritize the audio language for BD/DVD
playback. For details on setting items, see “Menu” (p. 31).
Subtitle
You can prioritize the language for Subtitle.
English, Français ,
, Español , Deutsch , Italiano ,
Nederlandse , Portuguese, Danish, Svenska , Finnish,
Norwegian,
, Korean, Japanese, More, Off*
Off*, 1 to 8
Playback
Country Code
You can set the Country Code you live in. The password
(see “Change Password” on p. 31) needs to be entered
before the Country Code is set. This setting may be used
for rating of Parental Control and disc playback.
Closed Caption
You can set to display the closed caption (p. 41) when BD/
DVD with closed caption is played back.
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SETTINGS
Nederlandse , Portuguese, Danish, Svenska , Finnish,
Norwegian,
, Korean, Japanese, More
Parental Control
In some BD/DVD discs, a control level for disc viewing is
set depending on the age of the viewer. You can set the
Parental Control shown on the screen depending on the
disc content.
The password (see “Change Password” on p. 31) needs to
be entered before the Parental Control Levels is set.
After you set the Parental Control, when you play back a
disc with level higher than current Parental Control Level,
or you want to change the Parental Control Level, a dialog
box will pop up to ask you to enter the password.
On*, Off
Angle Mark
You can set to display the Angle Mark (
DVD with multiple angles is played back.
) when BD/
On*, Off
PIP Mark
You can set to display the PIP Mark (
) when BD with
picture in picture (p. 26) is played back.
On*, Off
Secondary Audio Mark
You can set to display the Secondary Audio Mark (
when BD with secondary audio is played back.
)
On*, Off
Last Memory
You can set whether this Player remembers the last
playback position of a disc when it is set to the standby
mode or the disc tray is opened.
On*, Off
Note
English
– Some discs are not compatible with this function.
DivX(R) VOD DRM
You can display registration code for DivX(R) video.
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SETUP MENU
■ Display Setting
Network
The default settings are marked with “ * ”.
Internet Connection
Set this item to Enable when you use BD-Live (p. 26), DLNA
(p. 21) and software upgrade from the network (p. 37).
Enable*, Disable
Information
You can display network information screen. On this
screen, you can view the information of Interface
(Ethernet), Address Type, IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway, and DNS.
Connection Test
You can perform an internet connection test. If the test is
failed, please check “IP Setting” (p. 32) and perform the
test again.
IP Setting
You can configure the network settings.
Auto*
Select to automatically configure the network
settings of this Player with the DHCP server.
Manual
Select to configure the network settings (IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS) manually.
TV
3D Output
You can select 3D or 2D video output from this Player.
Auto*
This Player automatically selects 3D or 2D videos.
Off
This Player always selects 2D videos.
Note
– Even if you set “3D Output” to “Auto” and play
back a Blu-ray 3D disc, this Player selects 2D
images depending on the connection and the setting
of TV, etc (p. 12).
TV Screen
You can set the screen aspect ratio of the connected TV,
and adjust the video output.
If you switch your TV (i.e. because you have bought a
new one) and the screen aspect ratio of the connected TV
changes, you will have to change the TV Screen setting.
16:9 Full
Hints
–
–
–
–
Numeric keys
2/3
CLEAR
ENTER
Enters characters.
Moves the highlight.
Deletes a character.
Saves the settings and exits from
the menu.
BD-Live Connection
You can set access restriction to BD-Live contents.
Permitted
Allows all BD-Live discs to connect the network.
Partial
Permitted*
Allows only discs with owner certification.
Prohibited
Prohibits all BD-Live discs to connect the network.
DLNA
You can set the DLNA (p. 21) to Enable/Disable. When
you do not use the DLNA function, set to Disable.
Enable*, Disable
Proxy Setting
You can set Proxy Setting. Set to Disable for normal use.
Set to Enable to set the proxy setting.
Enable
Enables proxy host and proxy port setting.
Disable*
Sets proxy server to disable. Select this item when
proxy server is not used.
Proxy Host
Sets proxy host.
Proxy Port
Sets proxy port.
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Select this when this Player is connected to a TV
with a 16:9 screen. When a 4:3 aspect ratio video is
played back, the video is displayed as shown below.
16:9 Normal* Select this when this Player is connected to a TV
with a 16:9 screen. When a 4:3 aspect ratio video is
played back, the video is displayed as shown below.
4:3 Pan Scan Select this when this Player is connected to a TV
with a 4:3 screen. When a 16:9 aspect ratio video is
played back, the video is displayed as shown below.
4:3 Letterbox Select this when this Player is connected to a TV
with a 4:3 screen. When a 16:9 aspect ratio video is
played back, the video is displayed as shown below.
Original
image size
On 16:9 (wide screen) TV
16:9 Full
16:9 Normal
4:3
Original
image size
16:9
On 4:3 TV
4:3 Pan Scan
4:3 Letterbox
SETUP MENU
Resolution
You can select the video output resolution from Auto,
480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p. When set
to Auto, resolution is set to the maximum resolution
according to the connected TV. For more details on output
formats, refer to “About the video output formats” (p. 36).
Lip Sync
You can set/adjust the Lip Sync (p. 42) function.
Auto*
This Player adjusts the Lip Sync function
automatically.
Manual
You can adjust the Lip Sync function manually. You
can set the delay of the audio for 2D and 3D contents
independently.
Auto*, 480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
2D
3D
Note
Off
– To output HD audio (such as Dolby TrueHD or
DTS-HD Master Audio) from HDMI terminal, set
Resolution to Auto or more than 720p.
This Player does not adjust the Lip Sync function.
NTSC, PAL*, Multi (Australia, Asia, China, U.K., Europe and
Russia models)
Standard*
The image is most natural and well-balanced. This
mode suits for normal use.
Vivid
The image is more vivid and sharp.
Cinema
The image suits for watching movie in dark room.
Custom
You can adjust the visual image manually. Press 5/
a to select the parameter, then press 2/3 to adjust
the figure.
Brightness
Adjusts the overall brightness of the image.
Color Space
You can select the Color Space (p. 41) output from
HDMI. This function is available when this Player is
connected with an HDMI cable.
Saturation
Adjusts the richness of the color in the projected
image.
YCbCr 4:4:4* Sets Color Space to YCbCr 4:4:4.
YCbCr 4:2:2
Sets Color Space to YCbCr 4:2:2.
Full RGB
When RGB is set and white and black on the screen
are too faint, select this item. This setting is effective
when a connected component supports RGB 0-255
range.
RGB
Hue
Adjusts the tint of the projected image.
Contrast
Adjusts the bright areas (white levels) in the image.
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of objects in the video.
Outputs video signal at normal signal range.
CTI
Smoothes out the edges of color images. Color
images are rendered more distinct.
Note
– This function is only available on TVs that support
this function.
HDMI Deep Color
When your TV and/or AV receiver is compatible with
Deep Color (p. 41), set this item according to your TV/AV
receiver. This function is available when this Player is
connected with an HDMI cable.
The default settings are 0.
Color Adjust
You can adjust Brightness/Saturation/Hue for each color
(Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Cyan/Magenta). To use this
function, set Video Mode to Custom. For details on the
setting items, see “Video Mode” (p. 33).
30 bits, 36 bits, Off*
The default settings are 0.
HDMI 1080p 24Hz
This outputs the BD-Video encoded in 24Hz frame rate in
HDMI 1080p 24Hz. Smoother video playback may be
available with this function. This function is available
when your TV/AV receiver support this function, and this
Player is connected with an HDMI cable. For more details
on output formats, refer to “About the video output
formats” (p. 36).
Auto Contrast
Adjusts contrast to optimize the played back image.
To use this function, set Video Mode to Custom.
Auto*, Off
0*, 1, 2, 3
– This setting is disabled when output resolution is
other than 1080p.
Off*, On
Noise Reduction
You can set the Noise Reduction to a level of 0 to 3. 0 is
off, and 3 is the maximum level.
De-interlacing Mode
You can select how to detect the video signal. Set to Auto
for normal use. When horizontal stripping noise appears
on the screen, set this to Film/Video to remove the noise.
Auto*, Film, Video
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English
Note
SETTINGS
TV System
You can select TV System from PAL, NTSC and Multi.
Set the same TV System as your TV set. For more details
on output formats, refer to “About the video output
formats” (p. 36).
Video Mode
You can select Video Mode below.
NTSC*, PAL, Multi (U.S.A., Canada, Central and South America
models)
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Video Process
SETUP MENU
■ Audio Setting
The default settings are marked with “ * ”.
Audio Output
Coaxial/Optical
You can select the output mode of COAXIAL jack and
OPTICAL terminal. For more details on output formats,
refer to “About the audio output formats” (p. 35).
Post Process
Up Mix
You can multi-channelize the 2-channel audio signal. To
multi-channelize, select NEO6, then select Cinema or
Music mode.
Off*, NEO6
Bitstream
Outputs digital signal without any processing.
Secondary Audio is not output.
■ System Information
PCM
Outputs 2-channel PCM.
Software version and MAC address (p. 42) are displayed.
Reencode*
Outputs Bitstream with Secondary Audio.
Off
Mutes sound.
HDMI
You can select the output mode of HDMI terminal. For
details on setting items, see “Coaxial/Optical” (p. 34). For
more details on output formats, refer to “About the audio
output formats” (p. 35).
Bitstream*, PCM, Reencode, Off
Note
– To output HD audio (such as Dolby TrueHD or
DTS-HD Master Audio) from HDMI terminal, set
Resolution to Auto or more than 720p (p. 33).
Downsampling
You can select digital audio signal down-sample
frequency. This function is effective for the audio signal
output from the COAXIAL jack/OPTICAL terminal.
48k*
The highest sampling rate of digital PCM output is
48 kHz.
96k
The highest sampling rate of digital PCM output is
96 kHz.
192k
The highest sampling rate of digital PCM output is
192 kHz.
DRC
You can set the DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
(p. 41) to on/off/Auto. When set to Auto, DRC is
automatically turned on for a source with DRC
information in Dolby TrueHD format. DRC makes the
strong sound such as plosive sound lower, and
conversations more audible. It is useful when you watch
movies in the night.
Off, On, Auto*
Speaker Setting
2ch Downmix
You can select down mix method to analog 2-ch from
Stereo or Lt/Rt.
Lt/Rt
Select this item if this unit is connected to a Dolby
Pro Logic decoder. Sound from rear speakers is
mixed to the 2-ch stereo sound.
Stereo*
Changes channel output to stereo, which only
delivers sound from the two front speakers.
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SETUP MENU
■ About the audio output formats
HDMI
Source format
Bitstream
PCM 2ch
PCM
COAXIAL/OPTICAL
Reencode
Bitstream
PCM
MIXED 2CH
Reencode
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
2ch
PCM 5.1ch
PCM 5.1ch
PCM 2ch
2ch
PCM 7.1ch
PCM 7.1ch
PCM 2ch
2ch
Dolby Digital
PCM up to
5.1ch
Dolby Digital
Plus
with SA* or
BCS**
Dolby Digital
Plus
PCM up to
7.1ch
Dolby
TrueHD
DTS
with SA* or
BCS**
with SA* or
BCS**
DTS HD High
Resolution
with SA* or
BCS**
DTS-HD
Master Audio with SA* or
BCS**
Dolby
TrueHD
PCM up to
7.1ch
DTS
PCM up to
5.1ch
DTS HD High
Resolution
PCM up to
7.1ch
DTS-HD
Master Audio
PCM up to
7.1ch
Dolby Digital Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Plus
PCM 2ch
Dolby Digital
PCM 2ch
Dolby Digital
2ch
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Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Dolby
TrueHD
2ch
Dolby Digital
PCM 2ch
Dolby Digital
DTS
PCM 2ch
DTS
DTS
PCM 2ch
DTS
SETTINGS
Dolby Digital with SA* or
BCS**
Dolby Digital
DTS
DTS HD High
Resolution
2ch
DTS
DTS-HD
Master Audio
2ch
DTS
PCM 2ch
DTS
DTS
* “SA” is a Secondary Audio.
** “BCS” is a button click sound, the sound effect for pop-up menus, etc.
Notes
– When Coaxial/Optical or HDMI is set to Bitstream, secondary audio is not output. (p. 34)
– To output HD audio (such as Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio) from HDMI terminal, set Resolution to
Auto or more than 720p (p. 33).
English
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SETUP MENU
■ About the video output formats
When TV System is set to NTSC
Resolution
HDMI
Playback BD
others
Playback
commerciallyCOMPONENT released DVD
Playback BD
Auto
480i/576i
Max
Max
480i
480i
Playback BD
others
480i
1080i
720p 60 Hz
1080i 60 Hz
480p
480p
480p
480i
480i
480p
480i
720p
Max
480i
others
VIDEO
480p/576p
480i
720p 60 Hz * 1080i 60 Hz *
480i
480i
1080p
24Hz
Others
1080p 24 Hz
1080p 60 Hz
1080p 60 Hz
480p
off
480i
1080i 60 Hz *
off
480i
480i
* Depending on the disc or contents, this Player outputs 480p video signal.
When TV System is set to PAL
Resolution
HDMI
Playback BD
others
Playback
commerciallyCOMPONENT released DVD
Playback BD
Auto
480i/576i
Max
Max
576i
576i
Playback BD
others
576i
1080i
720p 50 Hz
1080i 50 Hz
576p
576p
576p
576i
576i
576p
576i
720p
Max
576i
others
VIDEO
480p/576p
576i
720p 50 Hz * 1080i 50 Hz *
576i
576i
1080p
24Hz
Others
1080p 24 Hz
1080p 50 Hz
1080p 50 Hz
576p
off
576i
1080i 50 Hz *
off
576i
576i
* Depending on the disc or contents, this Player outputs 576p video signal.
When TV System is set to Multi
When TV System is set to Multi, video signal is output at the same frequency as the source. Refer to the tables above for
details on the frequency setting of the TV and resolution of the output video signal.
While a menu screen such as SETUP menu is displayed, video signal is output at the same frequency as the source.
Notes
– “Max” in the table means that resolution is set to the maximum resolution supported by the connected TV.
– HDMI 1080p 24Hz setting is disabled when output resolution is other than 1080p.
– When this Player outputs the 1080p 24 Hz video signal from HDMI, no signals are output from the
COMPONENT and VIDEO jacks.
– When commercially-released DVD is played back with component output, maximum resolution is 480p/576p.
– When TV System is set to NTSC and video source is not 60 Hz, the video output signal is converted to 60 Hz.
– When TV System is set to PAL and video source is not 50 Hz, the video output signal is converted to 50 Hz.
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SOFTWARE UPGRADE
Some of the newly released BD discs cannot be played
back unless you upgrade this Player software to the latest
version. We recommend upgrading the software of this
Player with software upgrade so that this Player is
operated based on the latest software.
3 Select the item which contains the upgrade file
package from Disc/USB Storage/Network.
To check for the availability of a software upgrade, visit
http://download.yamaha.com/downloads/service/top/
?site=europe.yamaha.com&language=en
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SETTINGS
Hint
– Software upgrade is automatically started after
loading the disc which contains upgrade file
package.
Note
– Do not remove the disc/USB memory device, set this
Player to standby mode or unplug the power cable/
LAN cable while the software upgrade is being
performed.
3. The system will search for
upgrade file package.
■ Upgrading the software
1. Prepare for the software upgrade.
When you upgrade the software from Disc/USB
Storage:
4. Press ENTER to start upgrade.
1 Save the upgrade file package to the appropriate
folder on the disc/USB memory device. For more
details, refer to the procedure document attached
with the upgrade file package.
2 Load the disc or connect the USB memory
device.
When the disc is loaded, software upgrade is
started automatically. Skip step 2.
5. Upgrade is completed. The system
will restart.
When you upgrade the software from Network:
Confirm that this Player is connected to the
network.
2. Select the upgrade method and
start upgrade from SETUP menu.
1 Press SETUP to display SETUP menu screen.
2 Select General Setting = System = Upgrade.
English
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refer to the table below when this Player does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed
below or if the instruction below does not help, turn off this Player, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest
authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
■ Power
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
No power.
– Connect the AC power cable properly.
– Press p on the front panel to turn on the power.
The Player power is turned off.
– The power will be automatically turned off after 25 continuous minutes of inactivity (no
playback).
■ Basic operation
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
The remote control does not work.
– Use the remote control within its operating range. (p. 9)
– Replace the batteries. (p. 9)
– Check the ID settings for the main unit and the remote control. (p. 9)
Buttons do not work.
– Press and hold p on the front panel for around 5 seconds to restart this Player.
– To completely reset this Player, unplug the power cable from the AC outlet for 10
seconds or more, plug the power cable to the AC outlet again, and then turn on this
Player.
Password is forgotten.
– Press and hold
and
on the front panel simultaneously when no disc is inserted
and playback is stopped to set all the Security settings (p. 31) of this Player to their
default settings. After the power is turned off automatically, press p to turn on the
power again.
■ Disc playback
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
The Player cannot play a disc.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Video stops.
– The Player will stop if it senses shock or vibration.
The Player makes a snapping sound
when starting playback or loading a
disc.
– These sounds are not malfunctions of the Player but are normal operating conditions.
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Take out the disc and clean it. (p. 4)
Make sure that the disc is loaded properly (aligned in disc tray and label-side up). (p. 4)
Use a disc supported by the Player. (p. 3)
Remove the disc and then check whether the Player supports the disc or not. (p. 3)
Check the region code. (p. 3)
Check whether the disc is defective by trying another disc.
The CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW/R DL, and DVD-R/RW/R DL must be finalized. (p. 3)
TROUBLESHOOTING
■ Picture
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
No picture.
– Make sure that the cables are connected correctly. (p. 10)
– Make sure that the connected TV or the AV receiver is set to the correct input. (p. 10)
– Connect this Player to the TV with VIDEO jack (p. 13) using the supplied video pin
cable.
– If picture is still not displayed with the unit connected to the VIDEO jack, press and
hold
on the front panel for around 5 seconds when no disc is inserted and
playback is stopped to switch NTSC/PAL and then set Resolution properly. (p. 33).
– TV System is set to the incorrect setting. Press and hold
and
on the front panel
simultaneously when no disc is inserted and playback is stopped to reset the TV System
and Resolution settings to their default settings.
Screen freezes and operation buttons
do not work.
– Press , then restart playback.
– Turn off the power and turn on the power again.
– Press and hold p on the front panel for around 5 seconds to restart this Player.
Video is not output with the desired
resolution.
– Set to the desired resolution. (p. 33)
Widescreen video appears vertically
stretched, or black bands appear at the
top and bottom of the screen. Or 4:3
video appears horizontally stretched.
– Change the aspect ratio of your TV. (p. 32)
Square noise (mosaic) appears on the
screen.
– Blocks in images may be visible in scenes with rapid movement due to the
characteristics of digital image compression technology.
The playback screen will be disturbed if
DVD video is recorded to a VCR, or
played back through a VCR.
– This Player complies with analog copy protection. Some discs contain a copy
prohibiting signal. If you try to play back such discs through a VCR, or record to a VCR
and play back the signal, the copy protection will prevent normal playback.
Audio is not output, or images are not
played back properly.
– The audio may not be output or the images may not be played back properly for some
discs in which copyright-protected contents are recorded.
5
Problem
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
■ Sound
Possible causes and solutions
No sound, or sound is distorted.
– Check that the audio cable is connected correctly. (p. 10)
– Turn the volume of TV or AV receiver up.
– There is no sound during still mode, slow motion playback, fast forward and fast
reverse. (p. 8)
– Audio may not be output depending on the audio recording status, such as when audio
other than an audio signal or non-standard audio is recorded for the audio content. (p. 3)
Left and right channels of audio are
reversed, or sound comes out of only
one side.
– Check the audio connection. (p. 10)
Audio is not output, or images are not
played back properly.
– The audio may not be output or the images may not be played back properly for some
discs in which copyright-protected contents are recorded.
Cannot hear the desired audio type and/
or number of channels.
– Refer to Audio Output setting and “About the audio output formats”. (p. 34, 35)
Cannot hear the sound of PIP
(secondary audio).
– Set Coaxial/Optical or HDMI to PCM/Reencode. (p. 34)
– To hear secondary audio, press 2ND AUDIO. (p. 6)
– Depending on the disc, you may need to set secondary audio on the top menu of the
disc. (p. 8)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
■ Network
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
Cannot connect to the Internet.
–
–
–
–
Cannot download BD-Live contents.
– Connect the Network cable properly. (p. 16)
– Connect USB memory device properly. Check that the USB memory device is
connected to the USB port of this Player. (p. 16)
– Check if the BD disc supports BD-Live.
– Check the setting for “Internet Connection”. (p. 32)
– Connect the USB memory device formatted in FAT16 or FAT32.
– It is recommended to connect the USB memory device with at least 2 GB of free space.
If there is not enough free space, format the USB memory device. (p. 30)
– Refer to the supplied user's manual of the disc or consult the disc manufacturer.
Cannot detect the DLNA server.
–
–
–
–
–
Cannot a play the file on the home
network server.
– Make sure the file is playable. (p. 3)
– Check your DLNA server’s setting.
– The playback and operating quality may be affected by your home network condition.
Connect the Network cable properly.
Turn on the connected equipment, such as broadband router or modem.
Connect the broadband router and/or modem properly.
Set the proper value(s) in the network setting. Check “Network”. (p. 32)
Connect the network cable properly.
Turn on the connected equipment, such as broadband router or the server.
Confirm the Player and the server are connected to the same access point.
Set the proper value(s) in the network setting. Check “Network”. (p. 32)
Depending on the DLNA server, the Player may need to be permitted from the server.
■ Messages on the screen
– The following messages appear on the TV screen in case the disc you tried to play back is not appropriate or the
operation is not correct.
Error message
Possible causes and solutions
Not Support This File!
– The file is not supported with this Player. See “Types of discs/files that can be used with this player”
(p. 3).
Wrong region code!
– The disc is an incompatible region code. See “Region management information” (p. 3).
Network has FAILED.
– This Player cannot be connected to the network. Check connection (p. 16) and Network setting (p. 32).
Network is OK, proxy has
FAILED.
– This Player cannot be connected to the proxy server. See “Proxy Setting” (p. 32).
The Setting is prohibited,
please setup again.
– BD-Live connection is prohibited. See “BD-Live Connection” (p. 32).
No valid upgrade file is
found!
– Check if the upgrade file is in the appropriate folder.
Upgrade has failed for some
reason!
– Upgrade is failed. Check if the upgrade file is corrupted or unreadable.
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GLOSSARY
AVCHD
AVCHD is a new format (standard) for high definition
video cameras that can be used to record and play highresolution HD images.
BD-Live™
BD-Live is a BD standard that utilizes a network
connection, enabling this Player to go online to
download promotional videos and other data.
BDMV
Blu-ray 3D™
Blu-ray 3D enables you to view full high definition 3D
images.
BONUSVIEW™
BONUSVIEW compatible discs let you simultaneously
enjoy video sub-channel for two screens, audio subchannel and sub-titles. A small screen appears within
the main screen during playback (Picture in Picture).
Closed caption
Closed captions are kind of subtitle, and the difference
between subtitles and captions is that subtitles are
intended for hearing persons and captions are for the
hearing impaired. Subtitles rarely show all of the audio.
For example, captions show sound effects (e.g., “phone
ringing” and “footsteps”), while subtitles do not. Before
you select this setting, please ensure that the disc
contains closed caption information.
Color Space
Color Space is a color range that can be represented.
RGB is a color space based on the RGB color model
(red, green and blue) and is typically used for PC
monitors. YCbCr is a color space based on a luminance
signal (Y) and two color difference signals (Cb and Cr).
Deep Color
Deep Color refers to the use of various color depths in
displays, up from the 24-bit depths in previous versions
of the HDMI specification. This extra bit depth allows
HDTVs and other displays go from millions of colors to
billions of colors and eliminate on-screen color banding
for smooth tonal transitions and subtle gradations
between colors. The increased contrast ratio can
represent many times more shades of gray between
black and white. Also Deep Color increases the number
of available colors within the boundaries defined by the
RGB or YCbCr color space.
DivX® is a popular media technology created by DivX,
Inc. DivX® media files contain highly compressed
video with high visual quality that maintains a relatively
small file size. DivX® files can also include advanced
media features like menus, subtitles, and alternate audio
tracks. Many DivX® media files are available for
download online, and you can create your own using
your personal content and easy-to-use tools from
DivX.com.
Dolby Digital
A sound system developed by Dolby Laboratories Inc.
that gives movie theater ambience to audio output when
the product is connected to a Dolby Digital processor or
amplifier.
Dolby Digital Plus
A sound system developed as an extension to Dolby
Digital. This audio coding technology supports 7.1
multi-channel surround sound.
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is a lossless coding technology that
supports up to 8 channels of multi-channel surround
sound for the next generation optical discs. The
reproduced sound is true to the original source bit-forbit.
5
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
BDMV (Blu-ray Disc Movie, BD-MV) refers to one of
the application formats used for BD-ROM which is one
of the Blu-ray Disc specifications. BDMV is a recording
format equivalent to DVD-Video of the DVD
specification.
DivX®
DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
DRC lets you adjust the range between the loudest and
softest sounds (dynamic range) for playback at average
volume. Use this when it is hard to hear dialog, or
during times when playback may disturb neighbors.
DTS
This is a digital sound system developed by DTS, Inc.
for use in cinemas.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is a new technology
developed for the next generation high definition optical
disc format.
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD Master Audio is a lossless audio compression
technology developed for the next generation high
definition optical disc format.
HDMI
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an
interface that supports both video and audio on a single
digital connection. The HDMI connection carries
standard to high definition video signals and multichannel audio signals to AV components such as HDMI
equipped TVs, in digital form without degradation.
Letterbox (LB 4:3)
A screen size with black bars on the top and bottom of
the image to allow viewing of wide-screen (16:9)
material on a connected 4:3 TV.
English
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SPECIFICATIONS
Pan Scan (PS 4:3)
Linear PCM Sound
Linear PCM is a signal recording format used for Audio
CDs and on some DVD and Blu-ray discs. The sound on
Audio CDs is recorded at 44.1 kHz with 16 bits. (Sound
is recorded between 48 kHz with 16 bits and 96 kHz
with 24 bits on DVD discs and between 48 kHz with 16
bits and 192 kHz with 24 bits on BD discs.)
Lip Sync
Lip Sync, an abbreviation for lip synchronization, is a
technical term that involves both a problem and a
capability of maintaining audio and video signals
synchronized during post-production and transmission.
Whereas the audio and video latency requires complex
end-user adjustments, HDMI version 1.3 incorporates
an automatic audio and video syncing capability that
allows devices to perform this synchronization
automatically and accurately without user interaction.
A screen size that cuts off the sides of the image to allow
viewing of wide-screen (16:9) material on a connected
4:3 TV.
Subtitles
These are the lines of text appearing at the bottom of the
screen which translate or transcribe the dialog. They are
recorded on many DVD and BD discs.
Top menu
In a BD-Video/DVD-Video, this is the menu for
selecting things like the chapter to be played back and
the subtitle language. In some DVD-Videos, the top
menu may be called the “Title Menu”.
x.v.Color
x.v.Color reproduces a greater range of color than
before, showing almost all of the colors that the human
eye can detect.
Mac address
The Mac address is a unique value assigned to a network
device for identification purposes.
SPECIFICATIONS
■ General
■ Input/output
Power supply
[U.S.A. and Canada models]...................................AC 110-240 V, 60 Hz
[Central and South America model] ..................AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz
[Australia model] ....................................................AC 110-240 V, 50 Hz
[U.K., Europe and Russia model] ...........................AC 110-240 V, 50 Hz
[China model] .........................................................AC 110-240 V, 50 Hz
[Asia model].......................................................AC 110-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (Normal) .............................................................. 23 W
Power consumption (Standby) ................................................. 0.5 W or less
Dimensions (W × H × D) ............................................. 435 × 86 × 257 mm
(17-1/8 × 3-3/8 × 10-1/8 in)
Weight ..................................................................................3.0 kg (6.6 lbs.)
HDMI output.............................................................. Type A connector × 1
480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p/1080p@24Hz,
Deep Color, x.v. Color support
Component video output ..............................................Y: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms)
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ohms)
Video output......................................................................1 Vp-p (75 ohms)
Digital output ..........................................................Optical × 1, Coaxial × 1
Analog audio output..............................................................Mixed 2 ch × 1
2 ± 0.3 V (1 kHz, 0 dB)
USB ............................................................................ Type A connector × 2
Other equipments ......................................................... Remote IN/OUT × 1
Ethernet × 1
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SPECIFICATIONS
■ Copyright
– This product is licensed under the AVC patent
portfolio license and VC-1 patent portfolio license
for the personal and non-commercial use of a
consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the
AVC Standard and VC-1 Standard (“AVC/VC-1
Video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC/VC-1 Video that
was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal
and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained
from a video provider licensed to provide AVC/VC1 Video. No license is granted or shall be implied for
any other use. Additional information may be
obtained from MPEG LA, LLC.
See http://www.mpegla.com.
– Windows Media Player is a registered trademark or
trademark of Microsoft corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
– YouTube and the YouTube logo are trademarks of
Google. Inc.
– DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIED are trademarks and/
or service marks of Digital Living Network Alliance.
– “DivX®, DivX Certified®, DivX Plus™ HD and
associated logos are registered trademarks of DivX,
Inc. and are used under license.”
– “DivX Certified® to play DivX® and DivX Plus™
HD (H.264/.MKV) video up to 1080p HD and
premium content.”
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by
DivX, Inc. This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays DivX
video. Visit divx.com for more information and software tools to
convert your files into DivX video.
5
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
– Audio-visual material may consist of copyrighted
works which must not be recorded without the
authority of the owner of the copyright. Refer to
relevant laws in your country.
– This item incorporates copy protection technology
that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights of Rovi Corporation.
Reverse engineering and disassembly are prohibited.
– Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
– Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s:
5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929;
7,392,195; 7,272,567 & other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued & pending. DTS and the Symbol are
registered trademarks, & DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master
Audio, and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS,
Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All
Rights Reserved.
– “Blu-ray DiscTM”, “Blu-rayTM”, “Blu-ray 3DTM”,
“BD-LiveTM”, “BONUSVIEWTM”, and the logos
are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
–
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
– HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
– “x.v.Color” and “x.v.Color” logo are trademarks.
– “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks
of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
– Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems,
Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device
must be registered in order to play purchased DivX Video-on-Demand
(VOD) movies. To obtain your registration code, locate the DivX VOD
section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for more
information on how to complete your registration.
Limited Guarantee for European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland
Thank you for having chosen a Yamaha product. In the unlikely event that your Yamaha product needs guarantee service, please contact the dealer from
whom it was purchased. If you experience any difficulty, please contact Yamaha representative office in your country. You can find full details on our
website (http://www.yamaha-hifi.com/ or http://www.yamaha-uk.com/ for U.K. resident).
The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship or materials for a period of two years from the date of the original purchase. Yamaha
undertakes, subject to the conditions listed below, to have the faulty product or any part(s) repaired, or replaced at Yamaha’s discretion, without any charge
for parts or labour. Yamaha reserves the right to replace a product with that of a similar kind and/or value and condition, where a model has been
discontinued or is considered uneconomic to repair.
43 En
English
Conditions
1 The original invoice or sales receipt (showing date of purchase, product code and dealer’s name) MUST accompany the defective product, along with a
statement detailing the fault. In the absence of this clear proof of purchase, Yamaha reserves the right to refuse to provide free of charge service and the
product may be returned at the customer’s expense.
2 The product MUST have been purchased from an AUTHORISED Yamaha dealer within the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland.
3 The product must not have been the subject of any modifications or alterations, unless authorised in writing by Yamaha.
4 The following are excluded from this guarantee:
a. Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear.
b. Damage resulting from:
(1) Repairs performed by the customer himself or by an unauthorised third party.
(2) Inadequate packaging or mishandling, when the product is in transit from the customer. Please note that it is the customer’s responsibility to
ensure the product is adequately packaged when returning the product for repair.
(3) Misuse, including but not limited to (a) failure to use the product for its normal purpose or in accordance with Yamaha’s instructions on the
proper use, maintenance and storage, and (b) installation or use of the product in a manner inconsistent with the technical or safety standards in
force in the country where it is used.
(4) Accidents, lightning, water, fire, improper ventilation, battery leakage or any cause beyond Yamaha’s control.
(5) Defects of the system into which this product is incorporated and/or incompatibility with third party products.
(6) Use of a product imported into the EEA and/or Switzerland, not by Yamaha, where that product does not conform to the technical or safety
standards of the country of use and/or to the standard specification of a product sold by Yamaha in the EEA and/or Switzerland.
5 Where the guarantee differs between the country of purchase and the country of use of the product, the guarantee of the country of use shall apply.
6 Yamaha may not be held responsible for any losses or damages, whether direct, consequential or otherwise, save for the repair or replacement of the
product.
7 Please backup any custom settings or data, as Yamaha may not be held responsible for any alteration or loss to such settings or data.
8 This guarantee does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights under applicable national laws in force or the consumer’s rights against the dealer arising
from their sales/purchase contract.
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The Independent JPEG Group’s JPEG software
README for release 7 of 27-Jun-2009
This distribution contains the seventh public release of the Independent JPEG Group’s
free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software and to use it for any
purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES, below.
This software is the work of Tom Lane, Guido Vollbeding, Philip Gladstone, Bill
Allombert, Jim Boucher, Lee Crocker, Bob Friesenhahn, Ben Jackson, Julian
Minguillon, Luis Ortiz, George Phillips, Davide Rossi, Ge’ Weijers, and other members
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IJG is not affiliated with the official ISO JPEG standards committee.
DOCUMENTATION ROADMAP
This file contains the following sections:
OVERVIEW
General description of JPEG and the IJG software.
LEGAL ISSUES
Copyright, lack of warranty, terms of distribution.
REFERENCES
Where to learn more about JPEG.
ARCHIVE LOCATIONS
Where to find newer versions of this software.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Special thanks.
FILE FORMAT WARS
Software *not* to get.
TO DO
Plans for future IJG releases.
Other documentation files in the distribution are:
User documentation:
install.txt
How to configure and install the IJG software.
usage.txt
Usage instructions for cjpeg, djpeg, jpegtran, rdjpgcom, and
wrjpgcom.
*.1
Unix-style man pages for programs (same info as usage.txt).
wizard.txt
Advanced usage instructions for JPEG wizards only.
change.log
Version-to-version change highlights.
Programmer and internal documentation:
libjpeg.txt
How to use the JPEG library in your own programs.
This package contains C software to implement JPEG image encoding, decoding, and
transcoding. JPEG (pronounced “jay-peg”) is a standardized compression method for
full-color and gray-scale images.
This software implements JPEG baseline, extended-sequential, and progressive
compression processes. Provision is made for supporting all variants of these processes,
although some uncommon parameter settings aren’t implemented yet. We have made
no provision for supporting the hierarchical or lossless processes defined in the
standard.
We provide a set of library routines for reading and writing JPEG image files, plus two
sample applications “cjpeg” and “djpeg”, which use the library to perform conversion
between JPEG and some other popular image file formats. The library is intended to be
reused in other applications.
In order to support file conversion and viewing software, we have included
considerable functionality beyond the bare JPEG coding/decoding capability; for
example, the color quantization modules are not strictly part of JPEG decoding, but
they are essential for output to colormapped file formats or colormapped displays.
These extra functions can be compiled out of the library if not required for a particular
application.
We have also included “jpegtran”, a utility for lossless transcoding between different
JPEG processes, and “rdjpgcom” and “wrjpgcom”, two simple applications for
inserting and extracting textual comments in JFIF files.
The emphasis in designing this software has been on achieving portability and
flexibility, while also making it fast enough to be useful. In particular, the software is
not intended to be read as a tutorial on JPEG. (See the REFERENCES section for
introductory material.) Rather, it is intended to be reliable, portable, industrial-strength
code. We do not claim to have achieved that goal in every aspect of the software, but
we strive for it.
We welcome the use of this software as a component of commercial products. No
royalty is required, but we do ask for an acknowledgement in product documentation,
as described under LEGAL ISSUES.
LEGAL ISSUES
In plain English:
1. We don’t promise that this software works. (But if you find any bugs, please let us
know!)
2. You can use this software for whatever you want. You don’t have to pay us.
3. You may not pretend that you wrote this software. If you use it in a program, you
must acknowledge somewhere in your documentation that you’ve used the IJG code.
In legalese:
The authors make NO WARRANTY or representation, either express or implied, with
respect to this software, its quality, accuracy, merchantability, or fitness for a particular
purpose. This software is provided “AS IS”, and you, its user, assume the entire risk as
to its quality and accuracy.
This software is copyright (C) 1991-2009, Thomas G. Lane, Guido Vollbeding.
All Rights Reserved except as specified below.
Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software (or
portions thereof) for any purpose, without fee, subject to these conditions:
(1) If any part of the source code for this software is distributed, then this README file
must be included, with this copyright and no-warranty notice unaltered; and any
additions, deletions, or changes to the original files must be clearly indicated in
accompanying documentation.
(2) If only executable code is distributed, then the accompanying documentation must
state that “this software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group”.
(3) Permission for use of this software is granted only if the user accepts full
responsibility for any undesirable consequences; the authors accept NO LIABILITY for
damages of any kind.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or based on the IJG code, not just
to the unmodified library. If you use our work, you ought to acknowledge us.
Permission is NOT granted for the use of any IJG author’s name or company name in
advertising or publicity relating to this software or products derived from it. This
software may be referred to only as “the Independent JPEG Group’s software”.
We specifically permit and encourage the use of this software as the basis of
commercial products, provided that all warranty or liability claims are assumed by the
product vendor.
ansi2knr.c is included in this distribution by permission of L. Peter Deutsch, sole
proprietor of its copyright holder, Aladdin Enterprises of Menlo Park, CA. ansi2knr.c is
NOT covered by the above copyright and conditions, but instead by the usual
distribution terms of the Free Software Foundation; principally, that you must include
source code if you redistribute it. (See the file ansi2knr.c for full details.) However,
since ansi2knr.c is not needed as part of any program generated from the IJG code, this
does not limit you more than the foregoing paragraphs do.
The Unix configuration script “configure” was produced with GNU Autoconf. It is
copyright by the Free Software Foundation but is freely distributable. The same holds
for its supporting scripts (config.guess, config.sub, ltmain.sh). Another support script,
install-sh, is copyright by X Consortium but is also freely distributable.
The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and write GIF files. To avoid
entanglement with the Unisys LZW patent, GIF reading support has been removed
altogether, and the GIF writer has been simplified to produce “uncompressed GIFs”.
This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the resulting GIF files are larger than
usual, but are readable by all standard GIF decoders.
We are required to state that
example.c
Sample code for calling the JPEG library.
structure.txt
Overview of the JPEG library’s internal structure.
filelist.txt
Road map of IJG files.
“The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright property of
coderules.txt
Coding style rules --- please read if you contribute code.
CompuServe Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of
Please read at least the files install.txt and usage.txt. Some information can also be
found in the JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article. See ARCHIVE
LOCATIONS below to find out where to obtain the FAQ article.
If you want to understand how the JPEG code works, we suggest reading one or more
of the REFERENCES, then looking at the documentation files (in roughly the order
listed) before diving into the code.
OVERVIEW
CompuServe Incorporated.”
REFERENCES
We recommend reading one or more of these references before trying to understand the
innards of the JPEG software.
The best short technical introduction to the JPEG compression algorithm is
Wallace, Gregory K. “The JPEG Still Picture Compression Standard”,
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Communications of the ACM, April 1991 (vol. 34 no. 4), pp. 30-44.
(Adjacent articles in that issue discuss MPEG motion picture compression, applications
of JPEG, and related topics.) If you don’t have the CACM issue handy, a PostScript file
containing a revised version of Wallace’s article is available at http://www.ijg.org/files/
wallace.ps.gz. The file (actually a preprint for an article that appeared in IEEE Trans.
Consumer Electronics) omits the sample images that appeared in CACM, but it
includes corrections and some added material. Note: the Wallace article is copyright
ACM and IEEE, and it may not be used for commercial purposes.
A somewhat less technical, more leisurely introduction to JPEG can be found in “The
Data Compression Book” by Mark Nelson and Jean-loup Gailly, published by M&T
Books (New York), 2nd ed. 1996, ISBN 1-55851-434-1. This book provides good
explanations and example C code for a multitude of compression methods including
JPEG. It is an excellent source if you are comfortable reading C code but don’t know
much about data compression in general. The book’s JPEG sample code is far from
industrial-strength, but when you are ready to look at a full implementation, you’ve got
one here...
The best currently available description of JPEG is the textbook “JPEG Still Image
Data Compression Standard” by William B. Pennebaker and Joan L. Mitchell,
published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993, ISBN 0-442-01272-1. Price US$59.95,
638 pp. The book includes the complete text of the ISO JPEG standards (DIS 10918-1
and draft DIS 10918-2).
Although this is by far the most detailed and comprehensive exposition of JPEG
publicly available, we point out that it is still missing an explanation of the most
essential properties and algorithms of the underlying DCT technology.
If you think that you know about DCT-based JPEG after reading this book, then you are
in delusion. The real fundamentals and corresponding potential of DCT-based JPEG are
not publicly known so far, and that is the reason for all the mistaken developments
taking place in the image coding domain.
The original JPEG standard is divided into two parts, Part 1 being the actual
specification, while Part 2 covers compliance testing methods. Part 1 is titled “Digital
Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images, Part 1: Requirements and
guidelines” and has document numbers ISO/IEC IS 10918-1, ITU-T T.81. Part 2 is
titled “Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images, Part 2:
Compliance testing” and has document numbers ISO/IEC IS 10918-2, ITU-T T.83.
The JPEG standard does not specify all details of an interchangeable file format. For the
omitted details we follow the “JFIF” conventions, revision 1.02. A copy of the JFIF
spec is available from:
Literature Department
C-Cube Microsystems, Inc.
1778 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
phone (408) 944-6300, fax (408) 944-6314
A PostScript version of this document is available at http://www.ijg.org/files/jfif.ps.gz.
There is also a plain text version at http://www.ijg.org/files/jfif.txt.gz, but it is missing
the figures.
The TIFF 6.0 file format specification can be obtained by FTP from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/
graphics/tiff/TIFF6.ps.gz. The JPEG incorporation scheme found in the TIFF 6.0 spec
of 3-June-92 has a number of serious problems. IJG does not recommend use of the
TIFF 6.0 design (TIFF Compression tag 6). Instead, we recommend the JPEG design
proposed by TIFF Technical Note #2 (Compression tag 7). Copies of this Note can be
obtained from http://www.ijg.org/files/. It is expected that the next revision of the TIFF
spec will replace the 6.0 JPEG design with the Note’s design. Although IJG’s own code
does not support TIFF/JPEG, the free libtiff library uses our library to implement TIFF/
JPEG per the Note.
ARCHIVE LOCATIONS
The “official” archive site for this software is www.ijg.org. The most recent released
version can always be found there in directory “files”. This particular version will be
archived as http://www.ijg.org/files/jpegsrc.v7.tar.gz, and in Windows-compatible
“zip” archive format as http://www.ijg.org/files/jpegsr7.zip.
The JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article is a source of some general
information about JPEG. It is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.faqs.org/
faqs/jpeg-faq/ and other news.answers archive sites, including the official
news.answers archive at rtfm.mit.edu: ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/
jpeg-faq/. If you don’t have Web or FTP access, send e-mail to mailserver@rtfm.mit.edu with body
send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part1
send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part2
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thank to Juergen Bruder of the Georg-Cantor-Organization at the Martin-LutherUniversity Halle for providing me with a copy of the common DCT algorithm article,
only to find out that I had come to the same result in a more direct and comprehensible
way with a more generative approach.
Thank to Istvan Sebestyen and Joan L. Mitchell for inviting me to the ITU JPEG (Study
Group 16) meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.
Thank to Thomas Wiegand and Gary Sullivan for inviting me to the Joint Video Team
(MPEG & ITU) meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.
Thank to John Korejwa and Massimo Ballerini for inviting me to fruitful consultations
in Boston, MA and Milan, Italy.
Thank to Hendrik Elstner, Roland Fassauer, and Simone Zuck for corresponding
business development.
Thank to Nico Zschach and Dirk Stelling of the technical support team at the Digital
Images company in Halle for providing me with extra equipment for configuration
tests.
Thank to Richard F. Lyon (then of Foveon Inc.) for fruitful communication about JPEG
configuration in Sigma Photo Pro software.
Last but not least special thank to Thomas G. Lane for the original design and
development of this singular software package.
vii
FILE FORMAT WARS
The ISO JPEG standards committee actually promotes different formats like JPEG2000 or JPEG-XR which are incompatible with original DCT-based JPEG and which
are based on faulty technologies. IJG therefore does not and will not support such
momentary mistakes (see REFERENCES). We have little or no sympathy for the
promotion of these formats. Indeed, one of the original reasons for developing this free
software was to help force convergence on common, interoperable format standards for
JPEG files. Don’t use an incompatible file format! (In any case, our decoder will remain
capable of reading existing JPEG image files indefinitely.)
TO DO
v7 is basically just a necessary interim release, paving the way for a major breakthrough
in image coding technology with the next v8 package which is scheduled for release in
the year 2010.
Please send bug reports, offers of help, etc. to jpeg-info@jpegclub.org.
■ About International Components for Unicode
ICU License - ICU 1.8.1 and later
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libpng versions 1.0.7, July 1, 2000, through 1.2.5 - October 3, 2002, are Copyright
(C) 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the same
disclaimer and license as libpng-1.0.6 with the following individuals added to the
list of Contributing Authors
Simon-Pierre Cadieux
Eric S. Raymond
Gilles Vollant
and with the following additions to the disclaimer:
There is no warranty against interference with your enjoyment of the library or
against infringement. There is no warranty that our efforts or the library will fulfill
any of your particular purposes or needs. This library is provided with all faults,
and the entire risk of satisfactory quality, performance, accuracy, and effort is with
the user.
libpng versions 0.97, January 1998, through 1.0.6, March 20, 2000, are Copyright (C)
1998, 1999 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the same
disclaimer and license as libpng-0.96, with the following individuals added to the list of
Contributing Authors:
Tom Lane
Glenn Randers-Pehrson
Willem van Schaik
libpng versions 0.89, June 1996, through 0.96, May 1997, are Copyright (C) 1996, 1997
Andreas Dilger Distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0.88,
with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:
John Bowler
Kevin Bracey
Sam Bushell
Magnus Holmgren
Greg Roelofs
Tom Tanner
libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright (C) 1995,
1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc.
For the purposes of this copyright and license, “Contributing Authors” is defined as the
following set of individuals:
Andreas Dilger
Dave Martindale
Guy Eric Schalnat
Paul Schmidt
Tim Wegner
The PNG Reference Library is supplied “AS IS”. The Contributing Authors and Group
42, Inc. disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the
warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The Contributing Authors
and Group 42, Inc. assume no liability for direct, indirect, incidental, special,
exemplary, or consequential damages, which may result from the use of the PNG
Reference Library, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.
Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this source code, or
portions hereof, for any purpose, without fee, subject to the following restrictions:
1. The origin of this source code must not be misrepresented.
2. Altered versions must be plainly marked as such and must not be misrepresented
as being the original source.
3. This Copyright notice may not be removed or altered from any source or altered
source distribution.
The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. specifically permit, without fee, and
encourage the use of this source code as a component to supporting the PNG file format
in commercial products. If you use this source code in a product, acknowledgment is
not required but would be appreciated.
A “png_get_copyright” function is available, for convenient use in “about” boxes and
the like:
printf(“%s”,png_get_copyright(NULL));
Also, the PNG logo (in PNG format, of course) is supplied in the files “pngbar.png” and
“pngbar.jpg (88x31) and “pngnow.png” (98x31).
Libpng is OSI Certified Open Source Software. OSI Certified Open Source is a
certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.
Glenn Randers-Pehrson
glennrp at users.sourceforge.net
February 14, 2009
■ About tinyxml
www.sourceforge.net/projects/tinyxml
Original code (2.0 and earlier )copyright (C) 2000-2006 Lee Thomason
(www.grinninglizard.com)
This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express or implied warranty. In no event
will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose, including
commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the
following restrictions:
1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not claim that you
wrote the original software. If you use this software in a product, an acknowledgment in
the product documentation would be appreciated but is not required.
2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not be
misrepresented as being the original software.
3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.
■ About dtoa and strtod
The author of this software is David M. Gay.
Copyright (C) 1991, 2000, 2001 by Lucent Technologies.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose without
fee is hereby granted, provided that this entire notice is included in all copies of any
software which is or includes a copy or modification of this software and in all copies
of the supporting documentation for such software.
THIS SOFTWARE IS BEING PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY. IN PARTICULAR, NEITHER THE AUTHOR NOR
LUCENT MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND
CONCERNING THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THIS SOFTWARE OR ITS
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
■ About gSOAP
gSOAP Public License
Version 1.3b
The gSOAP public license is derived from the Mozilla Public License (MPL1.1). The
sections that were deleted
from the original MPL1.1 text are 1.0.1, 2.1.(c),(d), 2.2.(c),(d), 8.2.(b), 10, and 11.
Section 3.8 was added. The
modified sections are 2.1.(b), 2.2.(b), 3.2 (simplified), 3.5 (deleted the last sentence),
and 3.6 (simplified).
This license applies to the gSOAP software package, with the exception of the wsdl2h
source code located in
gsoap/wsdl, all code generated by wsdl2h, the UDDI source code gsoap/uddi2, and the
Web server sample
source code samples/webserver. To use all of the software commercially, a commercial
license has to be obtained
from www.genivia.com.
1 DEFINITIONS.
1.0.1.
1.1. “Contributor” means each entity that creates or contributes to the creation of
Modifications.
1.2. “Contributor Version” means the combination of the Original Code, prior
Modifications used by a Contributor, and the Modifications made by that particular
Contributor.
1.3. “Covered Code” means the Original Code, or Modifications or the combination of
the Original Code, and Modifications, in each case including portions thereof.
1.4. “Electronic Distribution Mechanism” means a mechanism generally accepted in
the software development community for the electronic transfer of data.
1.5. “Executable” means Covered Code in any form other than Source Code.
1.6. “Initial Developer” means the individual or entity identified as the Initial
Developer in the Source Code notice required by Exhibit A.
1.7. “Larger Work” means a work which combines Covered Code or portions thereof
with code not governed by the terms of this License.
1.8. “License” means this document.
1.8.1. “Licensable” means having the right to grant, to the maximum extent possible,
whether at the time of the initial grant or subsequently acquired, any and all of the rights
conveyed herein.
1.9. “Modifications” means any addition to or deletion from the substance or structure
of either the Original Code or any previous Modifications. When Covered Code is
released as a series of files, a Modification is: A.
Any addition to or deletion from the contents of a file containing Original Code or
previous Modifications. B.
Any new file that contains any part of the Original Code, or previous Modifications.
1.10. “Original Code” means Source Code of computer software code which is
described in the Source Code notice required by Exhibit A as Original Code, and which,
at the time of its release under this License is not already Covered Code governed by
this License.
1.10.1. “Patent Claims” means any patent claim(s), now owned or hereafter acquired,
including without limitation, method, process, and apparatus claims, in any patent
Licensable by grantor.
http://www.cs.fsu.edu/~engelen/license.html
1.11. “Source Code” means the preferred form of the Covered Code for making
modifications to it, including all modules it contains, plus any associated interface
definition files, scripts used to control compilation and installation of an Executable, or
source code differential comparisons against either the Original Code or another well
known, available Covered Code of the Contributor’s choice. The Source Code can be in
a compressed or archival form, provided the appropriate decompression or de-archiving
software is widely available for no charge.
1.12. “You” (or “Your”) means an individual or a legal entity exercising rights under,
and complying with all of the terms of, this License or a future version of this License
issued under Section 6.1. For legal entities, “You” includes any entity which controls, is
controlled by, or is under common control with You. For purposes of this definition,
“control” means (a) the power, direct or indirect, to cause the direction or management
of such entity, whether by contract or otherwise, or (b) ownership of more than fifty
percent (50%) of the outstanding shares or beneficial ownership of such entity.
2 SOURCE CODE LICENSE.
2.1. The Initial Developer Grant. The Initial Developer hereby grants You a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license, subject to third party intellectual property
claims:
(a)
under intellectual property rights (other than patent or trademark) Licensable by Initial
Developer to use, reproduce, modify, display, perform, sublicense and distribute the
Original Code (or portions thereof) with or without Modifications, and/or as part of a
Larger Work; and
(b)
under patents now or hereafter owned or controlled by Initial Developer, to make, have
made, use and sell (“offer to sell and import”) the Original Code, Modifications, or
portions thereof, but solely to the extent that any such patent is reasonably necessary to
enable You to utilize, alone or in combination with other software, the Original Code,
Modifications, or any combination or portions thereof.
(c)
(d)
2.2. Contributor Grant.
Subject to third party intellectual property claims, each Contributor hereby grants You a
world-wide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license
(a)
under intellectual property rights (other than patent or trademark) Licensable by
Contributor, to use, reproduce, modify, display, perform, sublicense and distribute the
Modifications created by such Contributor (or portions thereof) either on an unmodified
basis, with other Modifications, as Covered Code and/or as part of a Larger Work; and
(b)
under patents now or hereafter owned or controlled by Contributor, to make, have
made, use and sell (“offer to sell and import”) the Contributor Version (or portions
thereof), but solely to the extent that any such patent is reasonably necessary to enable
You to utilize, alone or in combination with other software, the Contributor Version (or
portions thereof).
(c)
(d)
3 DISTRIBUTION OBLIGATIONS.
3.1. Application of License.
The Modifications which You create or to which You contribute are governed by the
terms of this License, including without limitation Section 2.2. The Source Code
version of Covered Code may be distributed only under the terms of this License or a
future version of this License released under Section 6.1, and You must include a copy
of this License with every copy of the Source Code You distribute. You may not offer
or impose any terms on any Source Code version that alters or restricts the applicable
version of this License or the recipients’ rights hereunder. However, You may include
an additional document offering the additional rights described in Section 3.5.
3.2. Availability of Source Code.
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Any Modification created by You will be provided to the Initial Developer in Source
Code form and are subject to the terms of the License.
3.3. Description of Modifications.
You must cause all Covered Code to which You contribute to contain a file
documenting the changes You made to create that Covered Code and the date of any
change. You must include a prominent statement that the Modification is derived,
directly or indirectly, from Original Code provided by the Initial Developer and
including the name of the Initial Developer in (a) the Source Code, and (b) in any notice
in an Executable version or related documentation in which You describe the origin or
ownership of the Covered Code.
3.4. Intellectual Property Matters.
(a) Third Party Claims.
If Contributor has knowledge that a license under a third party’s intellectual property
rights is required to exercise the rights granted by such Contributor under Sections 2.1
or 2.2, Contributor must include a text file with the Source Code distribution titled
“LEGAL” which describes the claim and the party making the claim in sufficient detail
that a recipient will know whom to contact. If Contributor obtains such knowledge after
the Modification is made available as described in Section 3.2, Contributor shall
promptly modify the LEGAL file in all copies Contributor makes available thereafter
and shall take other steps (such as notifying appropriate mailing lists or newsgroups)
reasonably calculated to inform those who received the Covered Code that new
knowledge has been obtained.
(b) Contributor APIs.
If Contributor’s Modifications include an application programming interface and
Contributor has knowledge of patent licenses which are reasonably necessary to
implement that API, Contributor must also include this information in the LEGAL file.
(c) Representations.
Contributor represents that, except as disclosed pursuant to Section 3.4(a) above,
Contributor believes that Contributor’s Modifications are Contributor’s original
creation(s) and/or Contributor has sufficient rights to grant the rights conveyed by this
License.
3.5. Required Notices.
You must duplicate the notice in Exhibit A in each file of the Source Code. If it is not
possible to put such notice in a particular Source Code file due to its structure, then You
must include such notice in a location (such as a relevant directory) where a user would
be likely to look for such a notice. If You created one or more Modification(s) You may
add your name as a Contributor to the notice described in Exhibit A. You must also
duplicate this License in any documentation for the Source Code where You describe
recipients’ rights or ownership rights relating to Covered Code. You may choose to
offer, and to charge a fee for, warranty, support, indemnity or liability obligations to
one or more recipients of Covered Code. However, You may do so only on Your own
behalf, and not on behalf of the Initial Developer or any Contributor.
3.6. Distribution of Executable Versions.
You may distribute Covered Code in Executable form only if the requirements of
Section 3.1-3.5 have been met for that Covered Code. You may distribute the
Executable version of Covered Code or ownership rights under a license of Your
choice, which may contain terms different from this License, provided that You are in
compliance with the terms of this License and that the license for the Executable
version does not attempt to limit or alter the recipient’s rights in the Source Code
version from the rights set forth in this License. If You distribute the Executable version
under a different license You must make it absolutely clear that any terms which differ
from this License are offered by You alone, not by the Initial Developer or any
Contributor. If you distribute executable versions containing Covered Code as part of a
product, you must reproduce the notice in Exhibit B in the documentation and/or other
materials provided with the product.
3.7. Larger Works.
You may create a Larger Work by combining Covered Code with other code not
governed by the terms of this License and distribute the Larger Work as a single
product. In such a case, You must make sure the requirements of this License are
fulfilled for the Covered Code.
3.8. Restrictions.
You may not remove any product identification, copyright, proprietary notices or labels
from gSOAP.
4 INABILITY TO COMPLY DUE TO STATUTE OR REGULATION.
If it is impossible for You to comply with any of the terms of this License with respect
to some or all of the Covered Code due to statute, judicial order, or regulation then You
must: (a) comply with the terms of this License to the maximum extent possible; and
(b) describe the limitations and the code they affect. Such description must be included
in the LEGAL file described in Section 3.4 and must be included with all distributions
of the Source Code. Except to the extent prohibited by statute or regulation, such
description must be sufficiently detailed for a recipient of ordinary skill to be able to
understand it.
5 APPLICATION OF THIS LICENSE.
This License applies to code to which the Initial Developer has attached the notice in
Exhibit A and to related Covered Code.
6 VERSIONS OF THE LICENSE.
6.1. New Versions.
Grantor may publish revised and/or new versions of the License from time to time.
Each version will be given a distinguishing version number.
6.2. Effect of New Versions.
Once Covered Code has been published under a particular version of the License, You
may always continue to use it under the terms of that version. You may also choose to
use such Covered Code under the terms of any subsequent version of the License.
6.3. Derivative Works.
If You create or use a modified version of this License (which you may only do in order
to apply it to code which is not already Covered Code governed by this License), You
must (a) rename Your license so that the phrase “gSOAP” or any confusingly similar
phrase do not appear in your license (except to note that your license differs from this
License) and (b) otherwise make it clear that Your version of the license contains terms
which differ from the gSOAP Public License. (Filling in the name of the Initial
Developer, Original Code or Contributor in the notice described in Exhibit A shall not
of themselves be deemed to be modifications of this License.)
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7 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY.
COVERED CODE IS PROVIDED UNDER THIS LICENSE ON AN “AS IS” BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY RIGHTS, AND ANY WARRANTY THAT MAY ARISE BY REASON
OF TRADE USAGE, CUSTOM, OR COURSE OF DEALING. WITHOUT
LIMITING THE FOREGOING, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE SOFTWARE
IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND THAT THE AUTHORS DO NOT WARRANT THE
SOFTWARE WILL RUN UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. LIMITED
LIABILITY THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO RESULTS AND PERFORMANCE OF THE
SOFTWARE IS ASSUMED BY YOU. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE
AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE
WHATSOEVER, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF THE
AUTHORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED ON THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE
OR IF SUCH DAMAGE COULD HAVE BEEN REASONABLY FORESEEN, AND
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY PROVIDED. SUCH LIMITATION ON DAMAGES
INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL,
LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF DATA OR SOFTWARE, WORK STOPPAGE,
COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION OR IMPAIRMENT OF OTHER
GOODS. IN NO EVENT WILL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR THE COSTS OF
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE SOFTWARE OR SERVICES. YOU
ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS SOFTWARE IS NOT DESIGNED FOR USE IN ONLINE EQUIPMENT IN HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS SUCH AS OPERATION
OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES, AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION OR CONTROL, OR LIFECRITICAL APPLICATIONS. THE AUTHORS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY
LIABILITY RESULTING FROM USE OF THE SOFTWARE IN ANY SUCH ONLINE EQUIPMENT IN HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS AND ACCEPTS NO
LIABILITY IN RESPECT OF ANY ACTIONS OR CLAIMS BASED ON THE USE
OF THE SOFTWARE IN ANY SUCH ON-LINE EQUIPMENT IN HAZARDOUS
ENVIRONMENTS BY YOU. FOR PURPOSES OF THIS PARAGRAPH, THE
TERM “LIFE- CRITICAL APPLICATION” MEANS AN APPLICATION IN
WHICH THE FUNCTIONING OR MALFUNCTIONING OF THE SOFTWARE
MAY RESULT DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY IN PHYSICAL INJURY OR LOSS
OF HUMAN LIFE. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY CONSTITUTES AN
ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS LICENSE. NO USE OF ANY COVERED CODE IS
AUTHORIZED HEREUNDER EXCEPT UNDER THIS DISCLAIMER.
8 TERMINATION.
8.1.
This License and the rights granted hereunder will terminate automatically if You fail to
comply with terms herein and fail to cure such breach within 30 days of becoming
aware of the breach. All sublicenses to the Covered Code which are properly granted
shall survive any termination of this License. Provisions which, by their nature, must
remain in effect beyond the termination of this License shall survive.
8.2.
8.3.
If You assert a patent infringement claim against Participant alleging that such
Participant’s Contributor Version directly or indirectly infringes any patent where such
claim is resolved (such as by license or settlement) prior to the initiation of patent
infringement litigation, then the reasonable value of the licenses granted by such
Participant under Sections 2.1 or 2.2 shall be taken into account in determining the
amount or value of any payment or license.
8.4.
In the event of termination under Sections 8.1 or 8.2 above, all end user license
agreements (excluding distributors and resellers) which have been validly granted by
You or any distributor hereunder prior to termination shall survive termination.
9 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNDER NO LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL
YOU, THE INITIAL DEVELOPER, ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR, OR ANY
DISTRIBUTOR OF COVERED CODE, OR ANY SUPPLIER OF ANY OF SUCH
PARTIES, BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY CHARACTER
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL,
WORK STOPPAGE, COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY AND
ALL OTHER COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY
SHALL HAVE BEEN INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL NOT APPLY TO LIABILITY FOR
DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY RESULTING FROM SUCH PARTY’S
NEGLIGENCE TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE LAW PROHIBITS SUCH
LIMITATION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THIS
EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
10 U.S. GOVERNMENT END USERS.
11 MISCELLANEOUS.
12 RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLAIMS.
As between Initial Developer and the Contributors, each party is responsible for claims
and damages arising, directly or indirectly, out of its utilization of rights under this
License and You agree to work with Initial Developer and Contributors to distribute
such responsibility on an equitable basis. Nothing herein is intended or shall be deemed
to constitute any admission of liability.
EXHIBIT A.
“The contents of this file are subject to the gSOAP Public License Version 1.3 (the
“License”); you may not use this
file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License
athttp://www.cs.fsu.edu/ engelen/soaplicense.html
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” basis, WITHOUT
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the
specific language governing rights and limitations under the License.
The Original Code of the gSOAP Software is: stdsoap.h, stdsoap2.h, stdsoap.c,
stdsoap2.c, stdsoap.cpp,
stdsoap2.cpp, soapcpp2.h, soapcpp2.c, soapcpp2_lex.l, soapcpp2_yacc.y, error2.h,
error2.c, symbol2.c, init2.c,
soapdoc2.html, and soapdoc2.pdf, httpget.h, httpget.c, stl.h, stldeque.h, stllist.h,
stlvector.h, stlset.h.
The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Robert A. van Engelen. Portions created
by Robert A. van Engelen are
Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Robert A. van Engelen, Genivia inc. All Rights Reserved.
Contributor(s):
“________________________.”
[Note: The text of this Exhibit A may differ slightly form the text of the notices in the
Source Code files of the Original code. You should use the text of this Exhibit A rather
than the text found in the Original Code Source Codefor Your Modifications.]
EXHIBIT B.
“Part of the software embedded in this product is gSOAP software.
Portions created by gSOAP are Copyright (C) 2001-2009 Robert A. van Engelen, Genivia
inc. All Rights Reserved. THE SOFTWARE IN THIS PRODUCT WAS IN PART
PROVIDED BY GENIVIA INC AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.”
http://www.cs.fsu.edu/~engelen/license.html
THE FONT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT, PATENT,
TRADEMARK, OR OTHER RIGHT. IN NO EVENT SHALL BITSTREAM OR THE
GNOME FOUNDATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO
USE THE FONT SOFTWARE OR FROM OTHER DEALINGS IN THE FONT
SOFTWARE.
■ About fonts
The Font Software may be modified, altered, or added to, and in particular the designs
of glyphs or characters in the Fonts may be modified and additional glyphs or
characters may be added to the Fonts, only if the fonts are renamed to names not
containing either the words “Tavmjong Bah” or the word “Arev”.
Fonts are (c) Bitstream (see below). DejaVu changes are in public domain.
Glyphs imported from Arev fonts are (c) Tavmjong Bah (see below)
Bitstream Vera Fonts Copyright
-----------------------------Copyright (c) 2003 by Bitstream, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Bitstream Vera is a
trademark of Bitstream, Inc.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the fonts
accompanying this license (“Fonts”) and associated documentation files (the “Font Software”),
to reproduce and distribute the Font Software, including without limitation the rights to use,
copy, merge, publish, distribute, and/or sell copies of the Font Software, and to permit persons
to whom the Font Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright and trademark notices and this permission notice shall be included
in all copies of one or more of the Font Software typefaces.
The Font Software may be modified, altered, or added to, and in particular the designs
of glyphs or characters in the Fonts may be modified and additional glyphs or
characters may be added to the Fonts, only if the fonts are renamed to names not
containing either the words “Bitstream” or the word “Vera”.
This License becomes null and void to the extent applicable to Fonts or Font Software
that has been modified and is distributed under the “Bitstream Vera” names.
The Font Software may be sold as part of a larger software package but no copy of one
or more of the Font Software typefaces may be sold by itself.
Except as contained in this notice, the names of Gnome, the Gnome Foundation, and
Bitstream Inc., shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or
other dealings in this Font Software without prior written authorization from the Gnome
Foundation or Bitstream Inc., respectively. For further information, contact: fonts at
gnome dot org.
Arev Fonts Copyright
-----------------------------Copyright (c) 2006 by Tavmjong Bah. All Rights Reserved.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the fonts
accompanying this license (“Fonts”) and associated documentation files (the “Font
Software”), to reproduce and distribute the modifications to the Bitstream Vera Font
Software, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, merge, publish,
distribute, and/or sell copies of the Font Software, and to permit persons to whom the
Font Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright and trademark notices and this permission notice shall be included
in all copies of one or more of the Font Software typefaces.
This License becomes null and void to the extent applicable to Fonts or Font Software
that has been modified and is distributed under the “Tavmjong Bah Arev” names.
The Font Software may be sold as part of a larger software package but no copy of one
or more of the Font Software typefaces may be sold by itself.
THE FONT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT, PATENT,
TRADEMARK, OR OTHER RIGHT. IN NO EVENT SHALL TAVMJONG BAH BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, INCLUDING
ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR
OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE
FONT SOFTWARE OR FROM OTHER DEALINGS IN THE FONT SOFTWARE.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of Tavmjong Bah shall not be used in
advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Font Software
without prior written authorization from Tavmjong Bah. For further information,
contact: tavmjong @ free. fr.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and Used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and
electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC
and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent
any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your
local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact
your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the
requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
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CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
LASER Specification:
Class 1 LASER Product
Wave length: 790 nm (CDs)/658 nm (DVDs)/405 nm (BDs)
Laser output: max. 1 mW
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Due to possible eye injury, only
a qualified service person should remove the cover or
attempt to service this device.
DANGER
This unit emits visible laser radiation when open. Avoid
direct eye exposure to beam. When this unit is plugged
into the wall outlet, do not place your eyes close to the
opening of the disc tray and other openings to look into
inside.
© 2011 Yamaha Corporation
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
DANGER: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM.
Printed in China
BD-S671_ABL