MODEL
BD-HP25S
BD-HP35S
BLU-RAY DISC/DVD PLAYER
OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION MANUAL
ENGLISH
Introduction
SAFETY / IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, AND ANNOYING
INTERFERENCE, USE THE RECOMMENDED
ACCESSORIES ONLY.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
AS THE LASER BEAM USED IN THIS PLAYER IS
HARMFUL TO THE EYES, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
DISASSEMBLE THE CABINET.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
•This Player is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER
product.
•The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located
on the rear cover.
•This product contains a low power laser device. To
ensure continued safety do not remove any cover
or attempt to gain access to the inside of the
product. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
Note:
This Player can be used only where the power
supply is AC 100–240V, 50/60Hz. It cannot be
used elsewhere.
Power Cord Protection
To avoid any malfunctions of the Player, and to
protect against electric shock, fire or personal
injury, please observe the following.
•Hold the plug firmly when connecting or
disconnecting the AC power cord.
•Keep the AC power cord away from heating
appliances.
•Never put any heavy object on the AC power
cord.
•Do not attempt to repair or reconstruct the AC
power cord in any way.
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SAFETY / IMPORTANT INFORMATION
* The following statement applies to BD-HP35S only.
CE Statement:
Hereby, SHARP Electronics (Europe) GmbH declares that the wireless LAN USB adapter (URCO-A002WJPZ) is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The declaration of conformity may be consulted at: http://www.sharp.de/doc/URCO-A002WJPZ.pdf.
NOTE
The wireless LAN USB adapter is designed for indoor use only.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it can also cause personal
injuries and property damage if improperly handled. This product has been engineered
and manufactured with the highest priority on safety. However, improper use can result
in electric shock and/or fire. In order to prevent potential danger, please observe the
following instructions when installing, operating and cleaning the product. To ensure
your safety and prolong the service life of your Blu-ray Disc/DVD Player, please read the
following precautions carefully before using the product.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
10) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
12) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
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13) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Additional Safety Information
14) Power Sources—This product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For
products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions.
15) Overloading—Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
16) Object and Liquid Entry—Never push objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
17) Damage Requiring Service—Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the AC cord or plug is damaged,
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product,
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as
an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its
normal operation,
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way, and
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a
need for service.
18) Replacement Parts—When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the
same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorised substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
• Heat—The product should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other products (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
• Lightning—For added protection for this product
during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the
product due to lightning and power-line surges.
• To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or
flames on the top or near the product.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
product to dripping or splashing.
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should
be placed on the product.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place the AC
cord under the product or other heavy items.
Introduction
• Water and Moisture—Do not use this product near
water - for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or
near a swimming pool; and the like.
• Stand—Do not place the product on an unstable
cart, stand, tripod or table. Placing the product on an
unstable base can cause the product to fall, resulting
in serious personal injuries as well as damage to the
product. Use only a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or
table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with
the product.
• Selecting the location—Select a place with no direct
sunlight and good ventilation.
• Ventilation—The vents and other openings in the
cabinet are designed for ventilation. Do not cover
or block these vents and openings since insufficient
ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten the
life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed,
sofa, rug or other similar surface, since they can block
ventilation openings. This product is not designed
for built-in installation; do not place the product in an
enclosed place such as a bookcase or rack, unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instructions are followed.
19) Safety Check—Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in
proper operating condition.
20) The main AC plug is used as disconnect device and shall always remain readily
operable.
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PRECAUTIONS
Precautions on viewing stereoscopic 3D images
• Do not view stereoscopic 3D images if you have a history of photosensitivity, heart
disease or poor health. This may cause the symptoms to worsen.
• If you experience any health problems such as fatigue and discomfort while viewing
stereoscopic 3D images, immediately discontinue viewing. Continuing viewing after
symptoms appear may cause health risks. Take a break until the symptoms have
completely disappeared.
• Ages of 5–6 or over are recommended for viewing stereoscopic 3D images.
Symptoms such as fatigue and discomfort are difficult to determine in young
children, therefore they may suddenly become ill. When viewing 3D images with
children, please watch for eye strain symptoms.
• When viewing stereoscopic 3D images, take a moderate break after watching one
title. Viewing for extended periods may cause visual strain.
Precautions when cleaning this product
• Turn off the main power and unplug the AC cord from the wall outlet before handling.
• To clean the outer cabinet, periodically wipe it with a soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.).
• For severe dirt, soak a soft cloth (cotton, flannel, etc.) in some neutral detergent
diluted with water, wring the cloth out thoroughly, wipe off the dirt, then wipe again
with a soft, dry cloth.
• Do not use chemicals or a chemically treated cloth for cleaning. It may damage the
cabinet finish.
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Notes on using Wireless LAN
• When this player is connected to a wireless LAN network, transmissions between the
wireless LAN adapter (BD-HP25S: VR-WL25S, sold separately/BD-HP35S: supplied)
and a wireless LAN compatible broadband router (commercially available) are carried
out.
Precautions on using Wireless LAN
• The following devices, radio stations, etc. use the same frequency bands. Do not use
wireless LAN near them.
Manufacturing/scientific/diagnostic equipment such as pacemakers, etc.
Specified low power radio stations (radio stations that do not require a license)
If this player is used near these devices, there is a possibility that radio wave
interference may occur. Therefore transmission may not be possible or speed may be
reduced.
• Mobile phones, radios, etc. use different radio frequency bands from wireless LAN,
so there will not be any effect on the transmissions of these devices or wireless LAN
if this player is used near them.
However, if a wireless LAN product is placed near one of these devices, audio or
video noise may occur due to the electromagnetic waves that emit from wireless LAN
products.
• Radio waves will pass through the wood, glass, etc. used in standard housing,
however they will not pass through reinforcing bars, metal, concrete, etc. Radio
waves will not pass through walls and floors if these materials are used.
DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER
Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP Blu-ray Disc/DVD Player. To ensure safety and many years of trouble-free operation of your product, please read
the Important Safety Instructions carefully before using this product.
Getting Started
Step 1: Unpacking
Step 2: Selecting equipment to connect
Make sure the following accessories are provided with the product.
Connection varies with the equipment used. Refer to Connection
(Pages 16–19).
Turn off the devices before connecting.
AC cord
Enjoying BD-LIVE and video on demand services (e-Contents)
To enjoy BD-LIVE content or video on demand streaming content on your TV,
after an Internet connection is made, communication setup is required. Refer
to “Communication Setup” (Pages 46–49).
Introduction
Remote control unit
Step 3: Playing back video/picture/music content
Play back video, picture or music content from the desired media source
such as Blu-ray and DVD discs, or via the Internet.
Refer to Playback (Pages 20–39) and video on demand streaming content
(Page 55).
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Wireless LAN adapter
(Supplied with BD-HP35S only)
Step 4: Adjust settings to suit your preference
Adjust settings to enjoy various features and other functions for playing
discs/content.
Refer to Settings (Pages 40–54).
Pages 15 and 20
“AA” size battery (g2)
VR-WL25S
Page 20
Page 19
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Contents
Introduction
SAFETY / IMPORTANT INFORMATION............................................................... 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............................................................... 2
PRECAUTIONS..................................................................................................... 4
DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER.................................................................................. 5
Getting Started..................................................................................................... 5
Contents................................................................................................................ 6
What would you like to do with this Player?...................................................... 8
About Media Types............................................................................................... 9
Blu-ray Disc................................................................................................................... 9
Types of Discs/Media Formats that Can Be Used with This Player.............................. 9
Discs that Cannot Be Used with This Player............................................................... 10
About Disc Contents................................................................................................... 11
BD Video................................................................................................................. 11
Title, Chapter and Track.......................................................................................... 12
Icons Used on BD/DVD Video Disc Cases............................................................. 12
The Icons Used in This Operation Manual.................................................................. 12
Important Information........................................................................................ 13
Disc Precautions.......................................................................................................... 13
License and Copyright................................................................................................ 13
Major Components............................................................................................. 14
Main Unit (Front).......................................................................................................... 14
Main Unit (Rear)........................................................................................................... 14
Remote Control Unit.................................................................................................... 15
Keylock function.......................................................................................................... 15
Connection
Connecting to a TV/projector............................................................................ 16
Connecting to an amplifier/AV receiver........................................................... 17
HDMI connection......................................................................................................... 17
Digital audio connection.............................................................................................. 17
Broadband Internet Connection....................................................................... 18
Wired connection (LAN cable)..................................................................................... 18
Wireless connection (wireless LAN)............................................................................. 19
Playback
Before Starting Playback................................................................................... 20
Loading the Batteries in the Remote Control.............................................................. 20
Approximate operating range of remote control..................................................... 20
Connecting the Power Cord........................................................................................ 20
Turning the Power On.................................................................................................. 21
Turning the power on.............................................................................................. 21
Entering standby..................................................................................................... 21
Indicators on the Player.......................................................................................... 21
About the Home screen.......................................................................................... 21
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Language Setting........................................................................................................ 22
Changing the on-screen display language............................................................. 22
Operating a SHARP TV Using the Remote Control..................................................... 22
TV function control.................................................................................................. 22
Turning Off the LCD Backlight and Indications........................................................... 22
Using AQUOS LINK..................................................................................................... 23
Controlling the Blu-ray disc player using AQUOS LINK......................................... 23
Using 3D...................................................................................................................... 23
Control Panel............................................................................................................... 24
Video/Picture/Music Playback.......................................................................... 25
Loading a Disc............................................................................................................. 25
BD/DVD Video Playback............................................................................................. 25
Displaying the disc information............................................................................... 26
BD/DVD Menus........................................................................................................... 26
Start playback by selecting a title from the top menu............................................ 26
Using the disc menu............................................................................................... 26
Using the pop-up menu.......................................................................................... 27
Enjoying BONUSVIEW or BD-LIVE.............................................................................. 27
Use of Picture in Picture function (secondary audio/video playback).................... 28
Virtual Package....................................................................................................... 28
BD-LIVE.................................................................................................................. 28
DVD-R/-RW (VR format) / BD-RE/-R (BDAV format) Playback.................................... 29
Playback by selecting a title................................................................................... 29
Playback by selecting a chapter............................................................................. 30
Sorting the titles...................................................................................................... 30
Playback by selecting a Playlist.............................................................................. 30
Playback from the beginning or resume playback.................................................. 30
Audio CD Playback...................................................................................................... 31
Playback from the beginning.................................................................................. 31
Playback by selecting a track................................................................................. 31
Operation procedure for the “Functions” menu...................................................... 31
Audio Data (MP3 File) Playback.................................................................................. 32
Displaying Still Images (JPEG files)............................................................................. 33
Accessing DLNA servers............................................................................................. 34
Playback by selecting a file list............................................................................... 34
Playback Functions............................................................................................ 35
Fast Forward/Reverse (Search)................................................................................... 35
Skipping to the Next or the Start of the Current Chapter (Track/Title)........................ 35
Pause/Frame Advance Playback................................................................................. 35
Slow Playback (Forward/Reverse)............................................................................... 35
Repeat Playback of a Title or Chapter (Repeat Playback).......................................... 36
Partial Repeat Playback (Repeat Playback of a Specified Part).................................. 36
Displaying the Audio Information................................................................................ 37
Switching Subtitles...................................................................................................... 37
Switching the Angle..................................................................................................... 37
Displaying the Angle Mark........................................................................................... 37
Settings During Playback.................................................................................. 38
Function Control.......................................................................................................... 38
Function control operation procedure.................................................................... 38
Functions which can be set.................................................................................... 39
Contents
Settings
SETTINGS ........................................................................................................... 40
Common operations ................................................................................................... 40
Basic Operation for Playback Setting ........................................................................ 41
Audio Video Settings .................................................................................................. 42
Smart Settings ............................................................................................................ 43
AQUOS LINK .............................................................................................................. 43
Playback Setting......................................................................................................... 44
On Screen Language .................................................................................................. 45
Version ........................................................................................................................ 45
System ........................................................................................................................ 45
Communication Setup ................................................................................................ 46
Sets whether “Cable” or “Wireless” is used for the network connection .............. 46
When selecting Cable ............................................................................................ 46
When selecting Wireless ........................................................................................ 47
The operation procedure for inputting characters manually .................................. 49
USB Memory Management ........................................................................................ 50
Software Update Settings .......................................................................................... 51
Auto Update from Network .................................................................................... 51
Manual Update from Network ................................................................................ 52
Manual Update from USB memory device ............................................................ 52
What to do first:
Refer to “Getting Started” (p. 5) to prepare for using this
player.
Introduction (pp. 1–15)
Explains the important operation information.
Connection (pp. 16–19)
Shows the connecting options provided by this Player.
Playback (pp. 20–39)
Shows simple playback and useful functions.
Streaming content
Playing back video on demand streaming content ........................................ 55
Playing back YouTube content ................................................................................... 55
Appendix
Settings (pp. 40–54)
Gives you more options to suit your circumstances.
PC control of the Player (for BD-HP35S only) ................................................. 56
IP Control Setup ......................................................................................................... 56
Command list ............................................................................................................. 57
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 58
To Reset this Player................................................................................................ 61
On-screen Error Messages .............................................................................. 62
Specifications .................................................................................................... 63
Glossary ............................................................................................................. 65
Network Service Disclaimer ............................................................................. 68
About Software License.................................................................................... 69
End of Life Disposal .......................................................................................... 70
Streaming content (p. 55)
Shows the Internet streaming services available with this
player.
Appendix (pp. 56–70)
Provides troubleshooting tips and more information.
The illustrations and on-screen displays in this operation manual
are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from the
actual operations.
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What would you like to do with this Player?
Watch high quality movies on Blu-ray discs
This Player offers full high-definition Blu-ray disc playback.
Video/Picture/Music Playback (p. 25)
Enjoy BD-LIVE functions through the Internet
This Player is compatible with BD-LIVE. You can enjoy bonus content such
as movie trailers through the Internet when playing back BD-Video discs
compatible with BD-LIVE.
Enjoying BONUSVIEW or BD-LIVE (pp. 27–28)
Enjoy stereoscopic and powerful 3D images
This player can play 3D content from 3D compatible Blu-ray discs through
an HDMI cable. To watch 3D images, connect a 3D compatible TV to this
player using an HDMI cable and play the 3D content while wearing 3D
glasses.
Using 3D (p. 23)
Enjoy different kinds of media sources
Use this player to enjoy video, picture or music content from various types
of media sources such as DVDs, USB memory devices and via the Internet.
About Media Types (pp. 9–12)
Video/Picture/Music Playback (p. 25)
Simple connection and operation through HDMI
This Player is equipped with an HDMI terminal. You can connect it to the TV
using HDMI and no other cable will be needed to enjoy movies. If your TV is
compatible with AQUOS LINK, you can control both the TV and this Player
with simple operations.
Connecting to a TV/projector (p. 16)
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Access to videos, pictures and music from home network
servers
This player can play back video, picture and music data stored on your
home network servers such as a DLNA certified PC.
Accessing DLNA servers (p. 34)
Enjoy video on demand streaming content with higher
image quality on your TV
This player supports video on demand streaming services using the
Internet. By connecting this player to the Internet, you can enjoy various
content streamed on your TV. Also, with this player’s “Super Picture”
function, you can enjoy video streaming images with higher image quality.
Playing back video on demand streaming content (p. 55)
SUPER PICTURE (p. 43)
About Media Types
Blu-ray Disc
Blu-ray Disc is the ultimate next generation optical
media format, offering the following key features:
BD
Region
Video code B/ALL
—
Contents
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
Disc
Size
12 cm
BD-RE DL
BD-R DL
BDMV/BDAV
format
DVD Region
Video code
2/ALL
Video format
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
12 cm
8 cm
Video/VR/
AVCHD
format
(finalised disc
only)
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
12 cm
8 cm
2
ALL
DVD+RW/DVD+R
DVD-RW/DVD-R
DVD+R DL/DVD-R
DL
Types of Discs/Media Formats that
Can Be Used with This Player
• The following discs can be played back in this Player.
Do not use an 8 cm to 12 cm 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
Media Format
USB memory
device
Recording Format
Contents
DivX Plus HD
(H.264/MKV)
Audio + Video
(Movie)
JPEGJ
Still image
(JPEG file)
MP3K
Audio
TM
• BD/DVD video players and discs have region codes,
which dictate the regions in which a disc can be played.
This Player’s region code is B for BD and 2 for DVD.
(Discs marked ALL will play in any player.)
• 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.
Introduction
• Largest capacity (25 GB single layer – 50 GB dual layer)
– with over 5 times the amount of content possible with
current DVDs, particularly well suited for high definition
feature films with extended levels of interactive features
• Pristine picture quality with the capability for full high
definition 1920 x 1080p resolution
• Best audio possible with uncompressed surround sound
(higher quality than even theatre audio)
• Broadest industry support – ensuring more choice for
consumers in the marketplace
• Hardware products will be backward compatible with
DVDs, allowing continued enjoyment of existing DVD
libraries.
• Disc Durability – new breakthroughs in hard coating
technologies gives Blu-ray Discs the strongest
resistance to scratches and finger prints.
Disc Type
NOTE
DivX Plus HD
(H.264/MKV)
TM
JPEGJ
Still
image
(JPEG
file)
MP3K
Audio
Audio CDI
Audio CD
(CD-DA)
Audio
CD-RW/CD-R
Audio CD
(CD-DA)
Audio
JPEGJ
Still
image
(JPEG
file)
MP3K
Audio
12 cm
8 cm
• Playback for some of the discs in the left side column
tables may not be possible depending on the disc.
• “Finalise” refers to a recorder processing a recorded
disc so that it will play in other DVD players/recorders
as well as this player. Only finalised DVD discs will play
back in this player. (This player does not have a function
to finalise discs.)
• Regarding DVD+RW/+R/+R DL discs, only video format
discs (finalised) can be played back. JPEG files, MP3
files, DivX PlusTM HD files, etc. cannot be played back.
• Some discs cannot be played back depending on the
recording format.
• DivX playback may not be available depending on the
DivX content and file.
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About Media Types
To avoid inconveniences, please check the playback
compatibility of your self-recorded disc before you
purchase this BD-player. For maximum playback
compatibility of self-recorded BD-discs Sharp
recommends that the BDMV/BDAV standards are
used. If a playback issue occurs after purchase, please
download the latest software version for your BD-player
from the Sharp internet page or ask your Sharp-Dealer.
This BD-player uses the latest technology available at
the time of development and cannot guarantee support
for future enhancements or changes to the standard.
Discs that Cannot Be Used with
This Player
The following discs cannot be played back or will
not play back properly on this Player. If such a
disc is mistakenly played back, speaker damage
may occur. Never attempt to play back these
discs.
CDG, Video CD, Photo CD, CD-ROM, CD-TEXT,
SVCD, SACD, PD, CDV, CVD, DVD-RAM, DVDAudio, BD-RE with the cartridge, CD-WMA
Discs with unusual shapes cannot be played.
• Discs with unusual shapes (heart-shaped or hexagonal
discs, etc.) cannot be used. The use of such discs will
cause malfunction.
The following BD video discs cannot be played.
• Discs not displaying “B” or “ALL” for the region code
(discs sold outside the authorised marketing area).*
• Discs produced illegally.
• Discs recorded for commercial use.
* The region code for this product is B.
The following DVD video discs cannot be played.
• Discs not displaying “2” or “ALL” for the region code
(discs sold outside the authorised marketing area).*
• Discs produced illegally.
• Discs recorded for commercial use.
* The region code for this product is 2.
The following BD-RE/R, DVD-RW/R and
DVD+RW/R discs cannot be played.
• Discs on which data has not been recorded cannot be
played back.
• Sharp cannot guarantee playback compatibility for
all self-recorded BD-discs because Blu-ray is a new
and evolving format. The playback compatibility will
be affected by your choice of BD-recorder, BD-disc
and BD-burning software. Please always ensure you
are using the latest software versions on all units and
contact the individual manufacturers for further help if
required.
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The following Audio CD*1 discs cannot be played.
• Discs containing a signal for the purpose of protecting
copyrights (copy control signal) may not be played back
with this Player.
• This Player has been designed on the premise of
playing back Audio CDs that comply with CD (Compact
Disc) standards.
The following CD-RW/R discs cannot be played.
• Discs on which data has not been recorded cannot be
played back.
• Discs recorded in a format other than an Audio CD and
JPEG/MP3 file format cannot be played back.
• Discs may not be played back depending on their
recording status or the status of the disc itself.
• Discs may not be played back depending on their
compatibility with this Player.
*2
About the JPEG file format
JPEG is a type of file format for storing still-image
files (photos, illustrations, etc.). The Player lets you
play JPEG format still-image files.
File formats that are not compatible.
• Still images in formats other than JPEG (such as TIFF)
cannot be played.
• There may be some files that cannot be played even if
they are in JPEG format.
• Progressive JPEG files cannot be played.
• Moving image files as well as Motion JPEG format files
cannot be played, even though they are JPEG files.
Other files that cannot be played back.
• You may not be able to play some still images which
you have created, touched up, copied or otherwise
edited on your computer.
• You may not be able to play some still images you have
processed (rotated or saved by overwriting other images
you have imported from the Internet or e-mail).
You may experience one or more of the following
symptoms when playing files.
• It may take some time to play files depending on the
number of folders, number of files and volume of data
involved.
• EXIF information will not be displayed. EXIF stands for
Exchangeable Image File Format, and is a standard for
storing interchange information in image files, especially
those using JPEG compression. (Refer to http://exif.org
for more information.)
*3
About the MP3 file format
MP3 files are audio data compressed in the
MPEG1/2 Audio layer-3 file format. “MP3 files” have
“.mp3” as extensions. (Some files that have “.mp3”
extensions or files that have not been recorded in
MP3 format will produce noise or cannot be played.)
Playing the MP3 file format
• The MP3 files are not played in the order they were
recorded.
• It is recommended to record data at a lower speed as
data recorded at a fast speed can produce noise and
may not be able to be played.
• The more folders there are, the longer the reading time.
• Depending on the folder tree, reading MP3 files can take
time.
• The playing time may not be correctly displayed during
MP3 file playback.
The following files cannot be played on this
player.
• When both Audio CD [CD-DA] format and JPEG/
MP3 file formats are recorded on a disc. (The disc is
recognised to be an Audio CD [CD-DA] only tracks in
Audio CD [CD-DA] format are played back.)
• Multi-session discs cannot be played.
About Media Types
About the DivX PlusTM HD (H.264/MKV)
file format
• DivX playback may not be available depending on the
DivX content and file.
About files/folders for Still images (JPEG
files) and audio data (MP3 files)
You can play still images (JPEG files) /audio data
(MP3 files) with this unit by making folder(s) on discs
or USB memory devices as shown below.
NOTE
Root
001.jpg/001.mp3
01 Folder
• File and folder names displayed on this player may differ
from those displayed on PCs.
L
xxx.jpg/xxx.mp3
L
001.jpg/001.mp3
Folder
256.jpg/256.mp3
001.jpg/001.mp3
255.jpg/255.mp3
xxx Folder
L
001.jpg/001.mp3
256.jpg/256.mp3
L
• The discs or USB memory devices which this player
can play back (recognise) are limited to the following
properties:
Contains EXIF format files (only JPEG files)
Picture resolution: Between 32 x 32 and 7680 x 4320
pixels (only JPEG files)
Maximum number of folders and files in each folder:
256
Maximum hierarchy level of folders: 5
File size: 20 MB or less (JPEG files)
200 MB or less (MP3 files)
L
Including the root directory, the maximum number of folders
and files in each folder is limited to 256 in total.
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 www.divx.com for more information and software
tools to convert your files into DivX video.
About Disc Contents
BD Video
Enjoy BD-specific functions including BONUSVIEW
(BD-ROM Profile 1 Version 1.1), such as picture-inpicture, and BD-LIVE (page 28).
For the BD video discs compatible with
BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE, you can enjoy additional
contents by copying the data from the discs or
downloading it via the Internet. For instance, this
function is capable of playing the original movie as
the primary video while playing video commentary
from the film director on a small screen as a
secondary video.
Introduction
Example of a folder structure:
File and folder requirements
NOTE
• The available functions differ depending on the disc.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® and DivX Plus™ HD
(H.264/MKV) video up to 1080p HD including premium
content.
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 the 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.
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About Media Types
1
Title, Chapter and Track
BD and DVD discs can contain up to 8 separate
tracks with a different language on each. The first in
the list is the original track.
This section also details the audio format of each
soundtrack — Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG etc.
Dolby Digital
A sound system developed by Dolby Laboratories Inc.
that gives movie theatre ambience to audio output
when the Player is connected to a Dolby Digital
processor or amplifier.
DTS
DTS is a digital sound system developed by DTS, Inc.
for use in cinemas.
Linear PCM
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 video discs and
between 48 kHz with 16 bits and 192 kHz with 24 bits
on BD video discs.)
•Blu-ray discs and DVDs are divided into “Titles”
and “Chapters”. If the disc has more than one
movie on it, each movie would be a separate
“Title”. “Chapters”, on the other hand, are
subdivisions of titles. (See Example 1.)
•Audio CDs are divided into “Tracks”. You can think
of a “Track” as one tune on an Audio CD. (See
Example 2.)
Example 1: Blu-ray disc or DVD
Title 1
Title 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
Example 2: Audio CD
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Icons Used on BD/DVD Video Disc
Cases
The back of the case of a BD/DVD that is
commercially available usually contains various
information about the contents of the disc.
1
1. English
2. Chinese
3
4
16:9 LB
2
1. English
2. Chinese
5
2
123
456
DVD Video BD Video
12
2
Subtitle languages
3
Screen aspect ratio
4
Camera angle
This indicates the kind of subtitles.
Movies are shot in a variety of screen modes.
Recorded onto some BD/DVD discs are scenes
which have been simultaneously shot from a number
of different angles (the same scene is shot from the
front, from the left side, from the right side, etc.).
5
Region code
This indicates the region code (playable region code).
2
2
Audio tracks and audio formats
The Icons Used in This Operation
Manual
������������� Indicates the functions that can be
performed for BD Video discs.
BD-RE ������������� Indicates the functions that can be
performed for BD-RE discs.
�������������
Indicates the functions that can be
BD-R
performed for BD-R discs.
DVD VIDEO ����������Indicates the functions that can be
performed for DVD Video discs.
DVD-RW ������������� Indicates the functions that can be
performed for DVD-RW discs.
�������������
Indicates the functions that can be
DVD-R
performed for DVD-R discs.
AUDIO CD ������������� Indicates the functions that can be
performed for Audio CDs.
������������� Indicates the functions that can be
CD-R
performed for CD-R discs.
�������������
Indicates the functions that can be
CD-RW
performed for CD-RW discs.
������������� Indicates the functions that can be
USB
performed for USB memory devices.
BD VIDEO
Important Information
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
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 centre 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.
• Never use commercially available cleaning discs. The
use of these discs can damage the lens.
• Request the nearest service centre approved by SHARP
to clean the lens.
Warnings about dew formation
• Condensation may form on pick up lens or disc in the
following conditions:
−− Immediately after a heater has been turned on.
−− In a steamy or very humid room.
−− When the Player is suddenly moved from a cold
environment to a warm one.
When condensation forms:
• It becomes difficult for the Player to read the signals
on the disc and prevents the Player from operating
properly.
To remove condensation:
• Take out the disc and leave the Player with the
power off until the condensation disappears. Using
the Player when there is condensation may cause
malfunction.
License and Copyright
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; 7,392,195; 7,272,567; 7,333,929; 7,212,872
& other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending.
DTS and the Symbol are registered trademarks, &
DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential and the DTS
logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes
software. ©DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
•
is a trademark.
• “BD-LIVE” logo is a trademark of 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 in the United States and other
countries.”
• “x.v.Colour” and “x.v.Colour” logo are trademarks of
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.
• “BONUSVIEW” logo is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
• “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
• “Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D” logo are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
• YouTube is a trademark of Google Inc.
• DivX®, DivX Certified®, DivX PlusTM HD and associated
logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under
license.
• LC_LCFONT+ and LC logo
mark are registered trademarks of SHARP Corporation.
This product is embedded with LC Font technology,
which was developed by SHARP Corporation for clearly
displaying easy-to-read characters on an LCD screen.
However, other non-LCD fonts are used for displaying
some screen pages.
Introduction
Place the disc in the centre
of the disc case and store the
case and disc upright.
Cleaning the Pick Up Lens
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Major Components
Main Unit (Rear)
Main Unit (Front)
1
3
4
5
6
7
2
2
13
3
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
B (Power) (p. 21)
B (On/Standby) indicator (p. 21)
d PLAY (p. 25)
H STOP (p. 25)
G REV (p. 35)
J FWD (p. 35)
OPEN/CLOSE (p. 25)
USB2 terminal (pp. 27, 32)
Remote control sensor (p. 20)
11
4
5
12
0 Front panel display (p. 21)
• The elapsed time is displayed during
playback.
• When skipping is performed,
the chapter (or track) number is
displayed.
Q BD/DVD/CD mode indicator (p. 21)
W Door flap
E Disc tray (p. 25)
1
1
2
3
4
5
*
AC IN terminal (p. 20)
ETHERNET terminal (p. 18)
W-LAN*/USB1 terminal (pp. 19, 27)
HDMI OUT terminal (p. 16)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT OPTICAL terminal (p. 17)
Only use the recommended wireless LAN adapter (VR-WL25S, supplied with BDHP35S only) with this player.
NOTE
• When you insert or remove a USB memory device, be sure to turn the main power off.
Also, be sure to set “Quick Start” to “No” (See page 43) before inserting or removing
the device. If you insert or remove the device with the player or Quick Start on, the data
may become damaged.
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Major Components
Remote Control Unit
1
2
3
16
5
6
7
8
9
10
18
19
20
21
22
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Introduction
17
4
1 B (Power) (p. 21)
2 m OPEN/CLOSE (p. 25)
3 AUDIO (p. 37), SUBTITLE (p. 37)
4 Number buttons (p. 39)
5 REPEAT (p. 36)
6 T SKIP/k (pp. 29, 35)
7 U SKIP/l (pp. 29, 35)
8 F PAUSE (pp. 31, 32, 33, 35)
9 d PLAY (p. 25)
0 TOP MENU/TITLE LIST (pp. 26, 29)
Q Cursor buttons (a/b/c/d), ENTER (pp. 22, 40)
W EXIT (pp. 31, 34, 40)
E A (Red), B (Green), C (Yellow), D (Blue)
(pp. 29, 30, 33, 49)
(Lock) (See below.)
R
T 3D (p. 23)
Y DISPLAY (pp. 26, 36)
U TV control buttons (p. 22)
I FUNCTION (pp. 37, 38)
O V FWD (p. 35)
P S REV (p. 35)
A H STOP (p. 25)
SPOP-UP MENU (p. 27)
D n RETURN (pp. 31, 33, 34, 36)
FPinP (p. 28)
G HOME (pp. 22, 31–34, 40)
Keylock function
12
23
13
14
24
15
25
You can set the keylock to prevent accidental operations.
This function allows TVs compatible with AQUOS LINK to also perform a Key Lock on the player.
Press and hold
(Lock) for more than 2 seconds.
• Each time you perform this operation, the function is activated or deactivated.
• If you try to operate the Player while the keylock function is set, “Hold” blinks on the front display panel
to indicate that the keylock function is set.
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Connection
Connecting to a TV/projector
You can enjoy high quality digital picture and sound using an HDMI cable. (Only
TVs/projectors with an HDMI terminal can be connected to this player.)
When you use AQUOS LINK, make sure to use a certified HDMI cable.
1 Be sure to turn off this Player and the TV/projector before making any
connections.
2 Firmly connect an HDMI cable (commercially available) to the HDMI OUT
terminal on the player (1) and the HDMI IN terminal of the TV/projector (2).
NOTE
• In this player, “HDMI Video Out” is set to “Auto” as a default (See page 42). (Normally
set to “Auto”.) If you don’t get a stable image with “HDMI Video Out” set to “Auto”,
select the output resolution which corresponds to the connected equipment.
• To enjoy 3D images, connection to a 3D compatible TV is needed.
• For connection to a TV/projector, refer to the TV/projector’s operation manual.
EE After connecting
•If desired, connect audio equipment. (Page 17)
•If necessary, perform the Audio Video Settings. (Pages 42–43)
•Refer to AQUOS LINK function. (Pages 23 and 43)
•Prepare the desired disc or content and start playback. (Pages 25–34, 55)
HDMI cable
(commercially available)
Projector
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TV
Connecting to an amplifier/AV receiver
You can connect this player to an amplifier/AV receiver to enjoy digital surround
sound. With this player, the audio connection can be made using either one of
the following methods depending on the capabilities of the amplifier/AV receiver
you connect.
•HDMI connection
•Digital audio connection
NOTE
• Be sure to turn off this Player and the equipment before making any connections.
• For details on output of audio formats, see page 54.
HDMI connection
NOTE
• When using an HDMI output, 7.1 ch Digital Output is available.
• Audio transmitted in DTS-HD High Resolution Audio and DTS-HD Master Audio
formats is output from the HDMI terminal as Bitstream. Connect an amplifier with a
built-in decoder to enjoy the fine sound quality.
• When a connection to a 3D TV is made via an amplifier/AV receiver, it is necessary to
connect to a 3D compatible amplifier/AV receiver.
If the amplifier/AV receiver is not 3D compatible, connect the HDMI cable to the TV
directly while connecting the player and the amplifier/AV receiver using an optical
digital cable.
Digital audio connection
You can connect an amplifier/AV receiver using an optical digital audio cable
(commercially available).
Connection
HDMI cable*
Optical digital cable*
Amplifier/AV receiver
TV
* Commercially available
HDMI cable*
Amplifier/
AV receiver
* Commercially available
NOTE
• When using OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT, 5.1ch Digital Output is available. (7.1ch
Digital Output is not available.)
EE After connecting
•If necessary, perform the Audio Video Settings. (Pages 42–43)
•Prepare the desired disc or content and start playback. (Pages 25–34, 55)
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Broadband Internet Connection
By connecting this player to the Internet, you can enjoy a variety of content
on your TV using BD-LIVE functions, video on-demand services (e-Contents),
home networks and also perform software updates. In this player, the Internet
connection can be made using either one of the following methods.
•Wired connection (LAN cable)
•Wireless connection (wireless LAN) (See page 19.)
Wired connection (LAN cable)
Connect a LAN cable (commercially available) to the ETHERNET terminal of this
player (1) and the LAN port of the broadband router (2).
NOTE
• Be sure to turn off this Player and the equipment before making any connections.
• When an Internet connection is made, wired and wireless connections cannot be used
at the same time. Use only one of the connection types (See page 46).
CAUTION
• 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.
LAN cable*
PC
LAN
Internet
Modem
Broadband
router
* Commercially available
NOTE
• Use a LAN cable/router supporting 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.
• SHARP cannot guarantee that all brands’ broadband routers will operate with this
player.
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EE After connecting
•Perform the communication settings. (Pages 46–49)
•When enjoying BD-LIVE functions, see pages 28 and 44.
•When enjoying video on-demand services (e-Contents), see page 55.
•To play back files via the Home Network, see page 34.
•To update the software via the Internet, perform Software Update Settings.
(Pages 51–52)
Broadband Internet Connection
NOTE
Wireless connection (wireless LAN)
Insert a wireless LAN adapter (Model number VR-WL25S, supplied with BDHP35S only) into the W-LAN/USB1 terminal on the rear of the player.
• When you insert or remove a wireless LAN adapter, be sure to turn the main power off
and make sure that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).
• You must use a wireless router/access point that supports IEEE802.11 b/g/n. (n is
recommended for stable operation of the wireless network.)
• Wireless LAN, in its nature, may cause interference, depending on the usage conditions
(access point performance, distance, obstacles, interference by other radio devices,
etc.).
• Set the wireless router/access point to Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc mode is not
supported.
• SHARP cannot guarantee that wireless LAN adapters other than the VR-WL25S
adapter (supplied with BD-HP35S only) will operate with this player.
• SHARP cannot guarantee that all brands’ wireless routers will operate with this player.
Wireless LAN adapter*
(supplied with
BD-HP35S only)
PC
Wireless
router
Modem
Connection
E After connecting
• Perform the communication settings. (Pages 46–49)
• When enjoying BD-LIVE functions, see pages 28 and 44.
• When enjoying video on-demand services (e-Contents), see page 55.
• To play back files via the Home Network, see page 34.
• To update the software via the Internet, perform Software Update Settings.
(Pages 51–52)
Internet
When a wireless connection is made, it is necessary to enter the MAC address
shown on the wireless LAN adapter for the wireless router. We recommend writing
down the MAC address in this operation manual. (See page 48.)
Optional accessories*
Wireless LAN adapter
(supplied with BD-HP35S only)
VR-WL25S
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Playback
Before Starting Playback
Loading the Batteries in the Remote
Control
1
Hold in the tab on the battery cover and pull the
cover towards the direction of the arrow.
2
Load the two “AA” size batteries (R-06 size,
UM/SUM-3). Place batteries with their terminals
corresponding to the m and n indications in
battery compartment.
3
Insert the smaller tab of the battery cover into
the opening 1, and press down on the cover
until it clicks in place 2.
NOTE
• 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.
• Do not use or store batteries in direct sunlight or other
excessively hot place, such as inside a car or near a
heater.
This can cause batteries to leak, overheat, explode or
catch fire.
It can also reduce the life or performance of batteries.
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Plug the supplied AC cord into the AC IN terminal on
the rear of the Player (1). Then plug into AC outlet
(2).
Approximate operating range of
remote control
Remote control sensor
NOTE
*Approx. 7m
15º
30º
30º
15º
WARNING
Connecting the Power Cord
Remote control unit
• Place the Player close to the AC outlet, and keep the
power plug within reach.
• TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
TOUCH THE UN-INSULATED PARTS OF ANY CABLES
WHILE THE AC CORD IS CONNECTED.
• The B (On/Standby) indicator blinks while the Player is
preparing for starting up. You cannot turn the Player on
until the B (On/Standby) indicator stops blinking.
• If you are not going to use this Player for a long period
of time, be sure to remove the AC cord from the AC
outlet.
Before Starting Playback
Turning the Power On
Turning the power on
Press B on the remote control or on the Player to
turn on the power of the Player.
NOTE
1
2
3 4
• When you turn on this player for the first time after
purchase or when you turn on this player after you
perform “System Reset” (see page 45), the language
setting screen will be displayed, so please perform the
language setting (see step 3 of page 22).
Entering standby
Press B on the remote control or on the Player to
enter standby.
B (On/Standby) indicator
Green on
Power on
Red on
Standby
BD/DVD/CD mode indicator
Blue on
Playing back
Blue blinks
Loading a disc/updating
About the Home screen
When turning on the player, the Home screen
appears.
Home screen
1
• If you press B again immediately after entering
standby, the Player may not turn on. If this happens,
wait for 10 seconds or more and then turn on the power
again.
NOTE
• When the B (On/Standby) indicator is blinking (may
take some time), the Player cannot be turned on.
Video
BD-Video
Music
USB
Picture
Home Network
Playback
11 B (Power) button
22 B (On/Standby) indicator
33 Front panel display
44 BD/DVD/CD mode indicator
Indicators on the Player
e-Contents
Settings
Select
234
ENTER
Enter
Return
EXIT
Exit
5
11 Main menu
22 Icon for disc inserted
33 Icon for USB memory device connected
44 Icon for LAN connection
55 Button Guide
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Before Starting Playback
3
Language Setting
Press a/b to select the language you want to
display on the screen, then press ENTER.
English
Nederlands
Česky
Deutsch
Svenska
Magyar
Français
Dansk
Slovensky
Italiano
Norsk
Slovenščina
Español
Suomi
Português
Polski
Turning Off the LCD Backlight and
Indications
If you feel that the indicators on the player’s front
display are too bright when watching movies, you
can turn them off except for the B (On/Standby)
indicator.
NOTE
• To select the DVD disc language, such as subtitle
language, etc., see page 26.
Changing the on-screen display
language
1
2
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “On Screen Language”,
then
press d or ENTER.
HOME
Audio Video Settings
Smart Settings
AQUOS LINK
Playback Setting
On Screen Language
Communication Setup
Version
USB Memory Management
Software Update Settings
System
Video
Music
Picture
e-Contents
Settings
Select
22
ENTER
Enter
Return
Operating a SHARP TV Using the
Remote Control
The Universal Remote Control may operate the
basic functions of the SHARP TV.
TV function control
1
2
3
EXIT
Exit
•TV Power: B
•TV-AV Selector: b
•TV Volume up/down: i e/f
•TV Channel up/down: P r/s
4
5
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Smart Settings”, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Front Display/LED”, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “On” or “Off”, then press
ENTER.
Press HOME or EXIT to exit.
Before Starting Playback
Using AQUOS LINK
Controlling the Blu-ray disc player
using AQUOS LINK
What is AQUOS LINK?
Using the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control), with AQUOS LINK you can interactively
operate this player with your SHARP AQUOS TV.
What you can do with AQUOS LINK
When you connect this player to the LCD TV
compatible with AQUOS LINK using an HDMI cable,
you can perform the functions listed below. (See
page 16 for connecting to the HDMI terminal).
EE Automatic power off function
If you turn off the LCD TV when this player is in stop
mode, the power of this player will be turned off
automatically. (However, when playing back a disc
or other content using this player, the power does
not turn off.)
EE Automatic power on function
When you switch to the LCD TV input terminal
connected to this player, the power of this player will
be turned on automatically.
NOTE
• In order to make AQUOS LINK available, set “AQUOS
LINK” to “Yes” (See page 43).
Refer to the Operation Manual of the TV for details
regarding setup.
Using 3D
This sets output of 3D images.
To view 3D images, playback of 3D content (3D BD
video) is necessary with a 3D compatible TV and 3D
glasses in addition to this player.
Press 3D to change to the 3D mode.
• Each time the button is pressed, the mode switches
between “Auto(3D)” and “2D”.
• The status of the selected mode will be displayed on the
TV screen.
NOTE
• The 3D mode can be switched only when playback is
stopped.
• Depending on the connected TV, the images during
playback may switch to 2D images due to changes in
the resolution, etc. Make sure the 3D image setting is
performed on the TV.
• The 3D images may not be output as set in “HDMI
Video Out”.
• When performing Fast Forward/Reverse, images are
shown in 2D.
CAUTION
• When viewing 3D images, viewing for a long period
of time or lying on your back may cause eye strain
and discomfort. In addition, 3D images may affect the
eyesight of young children/infants, so keep them from
viewing the images.
Playback
EE Automatic input select function
When you start playback of this player, the input
selector of the LCD TV will automatically switch to
the LCD TV input terminal connected to the player
and the playback image will appear on the screen,
even if you are watching a TV programme.
EE AQUOS PURE MODE
When you connect this player to an AQUOS LCD
TV compatible with AQUOS LINK and set “AQUOS
LINK” to “Yes” (page 43), images automatically
adjusted to the most suitable image quality for the
AQUOS TV are output from the HDMI OUT terminal
of this player.
Auto: Video signals are output as 3D when 3D content (3D
BD video) is played or as 2D when 2D content is played.
2D: Even if 3D content (3D BD video) is played, video
signals are output as 2D at all times.
• This setting (Auto(3D)/2D) can also be performed using
the menu screen (See page 45).
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Before Starting Playback
Control Panel
Major functions of each button icon
Control Panel
This function allows you to operate this player using
the TV remote control by displaying the control
panel on the TV screen.
POP-UP
MENU
TOP MENU
TITLE LIST
FUNC.
• To operate this function, connect this player to a TV
compatible with HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control) using an HDMI cable (See page 16). Make
sure that “Control Panel” is set to “Yes” (See page 43).
When the settings are completed, perform the following
operations.
POP-UP
MENU
• Display the pop-up menu screen for BD
video and the menu screen for DVD video.
TOP MENU
TITLE LIST
• Display the top menu screen for BD video
and DVD video.
FUNC.
• Display the Function Control screen for BD
video, DVD video, etc.
NOTE
• The control panel may not be displayed depending on
the TV. Also, it may not be available depending on the
content.
• When operating using the remote control of the player,
the control panel does not appear.
• When playing video on demand streaming content
available with this player, the control panel cannot be
displayed.
1
2
• Fast reverse (search).
Select
Enter
Switch the TV input to the input source to which
this player is connected (HDMI input).
Press the PLAY button on the TV remote control.
• The control panel appears on the TV screen.
3
• Play.
PANEL
OFF
• Fast forward (search).
• When there is no operation for approximately
10 seconds, the control panel disappears
automatically.
To display the control panel, press the PLAY button
on the TV remote control.
• Skip to the beginning of a chapter.
Press a/b/c/d on the TV remote control
to select the desired button icon, then press
ENTER.
• Pause.
• The function of the selected button icon is available.
• Skip to the next chapter.
• Jump backward (approx. 10 seconds).
(This function is used when you want to rewatch a scene that has just been shown.)
• Stop.
• Jump ahead (approx. 30 seconds).
PANEL
OFF
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• Turn off the control panel.
Video/Picture/Music Playback
Loading a Disc
BD/DVD Video Playback
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
BD-RE
DVD-R
BD-R
DVD-RW
This section explains playback of commercially
available BD Video and DVD Video discs (like
movies) and recorded DVD-RW/R discs.
B (Power) OPEN/CLOSE
1
2
3
Regarding playback of BD video discs
• Some of the newly released BD video discs cannot be
played back unless you update the player software
to the latest version. Therefore, it may be required to
update the software of the player.
• Refer to pages 51–54 for more information regarding
software updates for the player.
To stop playback
Press c.
Resume playback function
• If you press a next, playback will resume from
the point where the Player was previously stopped. To
playback from the beginning, cancel resume mode by
pressing c, then press a. (This may not
work depending on the type of disc. In this case, open
the disc tray or enter standby.)
Press B to turn on the power.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
Load a disc on the disc tray.
• Insert the disc with the label face up.
• In case of disc recorded on both sides, face down
the side to play back.
NOTE
1
Load a disc.
2
Press a if playback does not begin
automatically or playback is stopped.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray.
• Playback may begin automatically, depending on
the disc.
• Playback begins from the first title.
• The menu may be displayed first, depending on the
disc. Perform playback operation by following the
directions on the screen.
• When loading a disc containing 3D content (3D BD
video) with “Yes” selected in the “3D Notice” setting
(page 45), playback will be stopped and the 3D
notice will be displayed on the TV screen. In such
cases, press ENTER for confirmation, and then
playback will start.
• Resume playback may not function depending on the
disc.
• The resume playback function for discs will be cancelled
if video on demand streaming content is viewed
after disc playback. Disc playback will start from the
beginning after viewing streaming content.
Playback
4
• This player supports DVD upscaling during DVD
playback.
• For a description of other playback functions, refer to
“Playback Functions” on pages 35–37.
NOTE
• The disc load time may vary depending on the disc.
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Video/Picture/Music Playback
Displaying the disc information
NOTE
BD/DVD Menus
•This section explains how to play back a BD/DVD
video disc with a top menu, disc menu or pop-up
menu.
•The titles listed in the top menu and a disc guide
(for options like subtitles and audio languages) are
given in the disc menu.
Press DISPLAY during playback.
• Each time you press DISPLAY, the display switches
as follows.
1
2
BD-VIDEO
4
1/1
1 / 101
00 : 00 : 12
/ 03 : 12 : 28
4
00 : 00 : 12
/ 03 : 12 : 28
3
Disc Information
screen A
Top menu
• With some BD/DVD discs, the top menu may be
referred to as the “Title Menu”. Use TOP MENU/TITLE
LIST on the remote control when the instructions refer
to “Title Menu”.
• If no top menu is available, the TOP MENU/TITLE LIST
button will have no effect.
Using the disc menu
DVD VIDEO
Start playback by selecting a title
from the top menu
Disc Information
screen B
BD VIDEO
1
No Display
NOTE
• Disc Information Screen A disappears after about 1
minute elapses without performing any operations.
• For some commercially-released BD VIDEO discs, the
total playback time display for the Chapter/Title may not
appear.
Example: Select “SUBTITLE LANGUAGE”.
1 Press TOP MENU/TITLE LIST.
DVD VIDEO
Press TOP MENU/TITLE LIST.
2
• The top menu screen is displayed if present on the
BD/DVD video disc.
Press a/b to select “SUBTITLE LANGUAGE”,
then press ENTER.
Example
TOP MENU
2
• The disc menu screen is displayed if present on the
DVD video disc.
• The screen for selecting the subtitle language is
displayed.
Example
11 Type of disc
22 Title number being played / Total number of Titles
33 Chapter number being played / Total number of
Chapters
44 Elapsed playback time / Total playback time for
the Title
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• The procedure explained on this page is the basic
operation procedure. Procedures vary depending on
the BD/DVD video disc, so you may need to follow the
instructions in the BD/DVD video disc manual or the
instructions displayed on the screen.
1
Jazz
2
Latin
3
Classic
4
Rock
Press a/b/c/d to select the title, then press
ENTER.
• The selected title is played back.
MENU
1 AUDIO LANGUAGE
2 SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
3 AUDIO
3
4
Press a/b to select the subtitle language, then
press ENTER.
Press TOP MENU/TITLE LIST to exit.
Video/Picture/Music Playback
Using the pop-up menu
BD VIDEO
1
Press POP-UP MENU during playback.
• The pop up menu screen is displayed.
• 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.
Example
Pop-up menu
Previous page
Next page
2
3
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired item,
then press ENTER.
Press POP-UP MENU to exit.
Enjoying BONUSVIEW or BD-LIVE
When the wireless LAN adapter is not inserted into the
USB1 terminal on the rear of the player, it is recommended
that the USB memory device be connected to the USB1
terminal. (When you insert or remove a USB memory
device, be sure to turn the main power off and make sure
that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).)
NOTE
• A USB memory device can be used with either the
USB1 or USB2 terminal. When two USB memory
devices are connected to both terminals at the same
time, in certain situations the USB1 terminal may give
priority to Local Storage and the USB2 terminal cannot
be used for Local Storage.
Rear
USB memory
device
USB2 terminal
• If there is insufficient storage space, the data will not
be copied/downloaded. Delete unneeded data or use a
new USB memory device.
• If a USB memory device containing other data
(previously recorded) is used, the video and audio may
not play back properly.
• If the USB memory device is disconnected from this
player during playback of Virtual Package/BD-LIVE data,
playback of the disc will stop.
• Some time may be required for the data to load (read/
write).
• Refer to “USB Memory Management” on page 50 for
erasing the Virtual Package data and the BD-LIVE data
in the USB memory device.
NOTE
USB1 terminal
BD VIDEO
This Player is compatible with additional functions of
BD-Video, BONUSVIEW (BD-ROM Profile 1 Version
1.1) and BD-LIVE.
For BD-Video discs compatible with BONUSVIEW,
the functions of Picture in Picture and Virtual
Package are available. For BD-LIVE compatible
discs, you can enjoy a variety of functions via the
Internet in addition to the BONUSVIEW functions.
Front
USB memory device
• SHARP cannot guarantee that all brands’ USB memory
devices will operate with this player.
• Only USB memory devices formatted with FAT 32/16 are
compatible.
When formatting a USB memory device using a PC,
perform the following settings.
−− Format File System: FAT32
−− Allocation Unit Size: Default Allocation Size
• Do not use a USB extension cable when connecting a
USB memory device to the USB terminal of the player.
−− Using a USB extension cable may prevent the player
from performing correctly.
Playback
• The pop-up menu will automatically disappear for
some discs.
Virtual Package/BD-LIVE data is saved in Local
Storage (USB memory device connected to this
Player). To enjoy these functions, connect a USB
memory device (2GB or greater) supporting USB
2.0 High Speed (480Mbit/s) to the USB1 or USB2
terminal on this player.
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Video/Picture/Music Playback
Use of 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.
Virtual Package
For BD-Video discs compatible with Virtual
Package, data is copied from the discs or Internet to
local storage. It is automatically copied to the local
storage prior to playback. You can enjoy a variety
of additional functions including secondary video,
secondary audio, subtitles, movie trailers, etc.
• The playback methods vary depending on the disc. For
details, refer to the disc manual.
BD-LIVE
1
Press PinP during playback to show the
2-picture screen.
In this Player, a variety of contents with interactive
functions are available through BD-LIVE compatible
Blu-ray discs by connecting to the Internet. You
can enjoy the download of bonus features such as
latest movie trailers to the USB memory device,
communication compatible BD-J interactive games,
etc.
• The available functions differ depending on the disc.
Primary audio/
video
2
Secondary audio/
video
To remove the secondary video, press PinP
again.
NOTE
• To listen to secondary audio, make sure that “Secondary
Audio” is set to “On”. (See page 42.)
• 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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NOTE
• 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 broadband
Internet connection (pages 18–19) and communication
settings (pages 46–49).
• Before using this function, please read “Network Service
Disclaimer” (page 68).
• Refer to page 44 regarding the setup to restrict access
to BD-LIVE contents.
• 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 in the
“USB Memory Management” menu on page 50.
Video/Picture/Music Playback
DVD-R/-RW (VR format) / BD-RE/-R
(BDAV format) Playback
DVD-R
DVD-RW
BD-RE
BD-R
1
Load a recorded disc.
• The Title List screen is displayed.
Thumbnail
Program 1
• For a description of other playback functions, refer to
”Playback Functions” on pages 35–37.
Program 1
21/5 Fri 9:30 AM 110 Min.
Program
1
Program
4
A
2
3
Select
Title Name
B
Program
2
Program
3
Program
5
Enter
By Chapter
1
21/5 Fri 9:30 AM 110 Min.
C
Return
Playlist
Program
1
Program
6
EXIT
D
Exit
Functions
• If the Title List screen is not displayed, press TOP
MENU/TITLE LIST.
• When loading a BD disc with usage restrictions
placed by a BD recorder, the password input screen
appears. Then, input your password.
If you input a wrong password three times, the disc
tray will open. Close the disc tray, and then input a
correct password.
Program
4
A
• The Title List screen also can be displayed by pressing
TOP MENU/TITLE LIST when playback is stopped.
Program
5
Enter
By Chapter
C
Program
6
Return
Playlist
EXIT
D
Exit
Functions
Program 1
3
1
21/5 Fri 9:30 AM 110 Min.
Program
1
• If you want to select additional titles, switch pages
by pressing f or g.
• You can playback by pressing a instead of
pressing ENTER.
NOTE
Select
Title Name B
Program
3
Title Name
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired title, then
press ENTER to start playback.
Press c to stop playback.
Program
2
A
Select
Thumbnail B
21/5
15/6
3/7
18/9
20/9
25/9
1 Program 1
2 Program 2
3 Program 3
4 Program 4
5 Program 5
6 Program 6
Enter
Sorting
C
Return
Playlist
Fri 110 Min.
Fri 110 Min.
Mon 56 Min.
Thu 40 Min.
Sat 20 Min.
Thu 60 Min.
1/All 8 Titles
2
Exit
Functions
3
EXIT
D
Playback
• “Finalise” refers to a recorder processing a recorded
disc so that it will play in other DVD players/recorders
as well as this player. Only finalised DVD discs will play
back in this player. (This player does not have a function
to finalise discs.)
• Some discs cannot be played back depending on the
audio format.
• BD-RE/-R discs recorded from a BD recorder comply
with AACS copyright protection technology. As this
player is not intended to be compliant with AACS, such
discs cannot be played back.
(AACS: Advanced Access Content System)
•The Title List can be displayed in two types,
Thumbnail and Title Name.
•Each time you press A (Red), the screen changes
between Thumbnail and Title Name.
Example: Thumbnail screen
You can play back a recorded disc (DVD: VR format
finalised disc only / BD: BDAV format disc only).
NOTE
About Title List
Playback by selecting a title
11 Information of selected title
22 Title Name
Recording Date
Recording Duration
33 Button Guide
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Video/Picture/Music Playback
Playback by selecting a chapter
1
Press B (Green) while the Thumbnail screen is
displayed.
Playback by selecting a Playlist
1
• The chapter screen is displayed.
Press C (Yellow) while the Title List screen is
displayed.
• The Playlist screen is displayed.
Example: Thumbnail screen
CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER
2
CHAPTER
3
Program 1
21/5 Fri 9:30 AM 110 Min.
CHAPTER
4
CHAPTER
5
CHAPTER
6
Program
1
• If you want to select additional chapters,
switch pages by pressing f or
g.
• To return to the Thumbnail screen, press B (Green).
2
3
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired chapter,
then press ENTER to start playback.
A
2
Press c to stop playback.
3
Each time you press B (Green) while the Title Name
screen is displayed, the Title Name display changes
between displaying the newest title first and the
oldest title first.
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Program
3
Select
Title Name
B
When you play back the title from the Title List after
you stopped playback, you can select playback
from the beginning or from the point where it was
last stopped.
1 Press D (Blue) when the desired title is selected
while the Title List screen is displayed.
2 Press a/b to select the type of Playback, then
press ENTER to start playback.
• The type of Playback may be selected from “From
Beginning” or “From Continued”.
Program
4
• You can playback by pressing a instead of
pressing ENTER.
Sorting the titles
Program
2
Playback from the beginning or
resume playback
3
Enter
By Chapter
C
Return
Original
㪜㪯㪠㪫
D
Exit
Functions
Press a/b/c/d to select the desired title, then
press ENTER to start playback.
Press c to stop playback.
Press c to stop playback.
Video/Picture/Music Playback
2
Audio CD Playback
3
AUDIO CD
This Player can play back audio CDs.
• For a description of other playback functions, refer to
“Playback Functions” on pages 35–36.
4
5
Press a if playback does not begin
automatically or playback is stopped.
To pause the playback at any time, press
b.
• Press b or a to return to playback.
Operation procedure for the
“Functions” menu
1
Press c to stop playback.
To return to the HOME screen, press c
again, and then press HOME or EXIT.
Press D (Blue) (Functions) when the CD screen
is displayed.
• The “Functions” menu is activated.
Track 03
Playback by selecting a track
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press a/b to select the track, then press
ENTER during playback or when playback is
stopped.
• Playback of the selected track will begin.
Track 03
5:23
0:00
Playback from the beginning
1
2
Load an audio CD.
• The CD screen is displayed.
(The CD screen is displayed only when a compact
disc recorded in the CD-DA format is inserted.)
• Playback may begin automatically, depending on
the disc.
Track 01
5:16
0:00
1
2
3
4
5
6
Track 01
Track 02
Track 03
Track 04
Track 05
Track 06
Track 01
Track 02
Track 03
Track 04
Track 05
Track 06
5:16
5:10
5:23
5:03
4:44
5:08
Press c to stop playback.
2
3
4
Track 01
Track 02
Track 03
Track 04
Track 05
Track 06
5:16
5:10
5:23
5:03
4:44
5:08
Press a/b to select the desired setting, then
press ENTER.
• When playback is stopped, only “Track” can be
selected.
• For a description of each setting, see “Functions
which can be set” (Page 39).
Press a/b/c/d to set, then press ENTER.
• Operations vary depending on the setting. Follow
the operation instructions on the screen.
Playback
1
2
3
4
5
6
Functions
3 / 12
00 : 00 : 11
L+R
3
Off
5:23
0:00
Functions
3 / 12
00 : 00 : 11
L+R
3
Off
Press j or D (Blue) to exit the
“Functions” menu.
NOTE
• The displayed items vary depending on the disc.
Functions
1 / 12
00 : 00 : 11
L+R
3
Off
5:16
5:10
5:23
5:03
4:44
5:08
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Video/Picture/Music Playback
Audio Data (MP3 File) Playback
CD-R
CD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-RW
USB
This Player can play back audio data (MP3 files)
recorded on CD-R/RW discs, DVD-R/RW discs and
USB memory devices or via a home network.
• For details on the audio data that you can play using
this player, refer to page 11.
• When data in the USB memory device is played back,
playback from the USB memory device will stop when
OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control or the player is
pressed or when a disc is inserted into the player.
5
NOTE
• A USB memory device can be used with either the
USB1 or USB2 terminal. When two USB memory
devices are connected to both terminals at the same
time, in certain situations the USB1 terminal may give
priority to Local Storage and MP3 files cannot be played
back using this terminal.
2
3
4
media inserted.
• If only a “DVD/CD” or a USB memory device is
inserted, the “DVD/CD” or “USB Memory Device”
selection screen does not appear. In such cases,
after step 2, proceed to step 4.
Press a/b to select a folder or file.
• When you select a folder, press ENTER to open it,
and then press a/b to select a file in the folder.
Folder 1
CD
1
Load a disc or a USB memory device*
containing audio data (MP3 files).
* When you insert or remove a USB memory device,
be sure to turn the main power off and make sure
that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).
• When the wireless LAN adapter is not inserted
into the USB1 terminal on the rear of the player, it
is recommended that the USB memory device be
connected to the USB2 terminal.
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1 Folder 1
2 Folder 2
3 Folder 3
4 Folder 4
5 Track 01.mp3
6 Track 02.mp3
1/All 14 files and folders
• Playback of the selected file will begin.
Track 01.mp3
5:16
0:00
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press a/b to select “Music”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “DVD/CD*”, “USB Memory
Device” or “Home Network”, then press d or
ENTER.
* Display name varies depending on the type of
Press ENTER to play back the selected file.
6
Track 01.mp3
Track 02.mp3
Track 03.mp3
Track 04.mp3
Track 05.mp3
Track 06.mp3
1 / 12
00 : 00 : 11
1 MP3 Stereo
–
5:16
5:10
5:23
5:03
4:44
5:08
• When MP3 files are played, the “Functions” menu is
not available.
To return to the HOME screen, press c
(press twice if during playback), and then press
HOME or EXIT.
List of available buttons during playback
Buttons
Description
a/b
Select a desired audio file.
ENTER
Play back audio file.
b
Pause audio file playback.
• Return to playback when
paused.
f
Skip backward.
g
Skip forward.
c
Stop playback.
NOTE
• The Fast Forward/Reverse function does not work.
• The Repeat function does not work.
Video/Picture/Music Playback
Displaying Still Images (JPEG files)
CD-R
CD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-RW
USB
This Player can display still images (JPEG files)
recorded on CD-R/RW discs, DVD-R/RW discs and
USB memory devices or via a home network.
• For details on the still images that you can display using
this player, refer to page 11.
• Still images are played one by one while during “Slide
show”, they are automatically replaced one after
another.
• When data in the USB memory device is played back,
playback from the USB memory device will stop when
OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control or the player is
pressed or when a disc is inserted into the player.
5
NOTE
• A USB memory device can be used with either the
USB1 or USB2 terminal. When two USB memory
devices are connected to both terminals at the same
time, in certain situations the USB1 terminal may give
priority to Local Storage and JPEG files cannot be
played back using this terminal.
2
3
Press a/b to select “Picture”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “DVD/CD*”, “USB Memory
Device” or “Home Network”, then press d or
ENTER.
* Display name varies depending on the type of
4
media inserted.
• If only a “DVD/CD” or a USB memory device is
inserted, the “DVD/CD” or “USB Memory Device”
selection screen does not appear. In such cases,
after step 2, proceed to step 4.
Press a/b to select a folder or file.
Folder 1
• The selected still image appears on the screen.
1/77
6
To return to the HOME screen, press c,
and then press HOME or EXIT.
Operational buttons during still image
display
Buttons
f/
g
1
Load a disc or a USB memory device*
containing Still Images (JPEG files).
* When you insert or remove a USB memory device,
be sure to turn the main power off and make sure
that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).
• When the wireless LAN adapter is not inserted
into the USB1 terminal on the rear of the player, it
is recommended that the USB memory device be
connected to the USB2 terminal.
• To set slide show speed/repeat playback, press D
(Blue) (Slide Show Menu).
Slide Show Menu
Slide Show
Speed
Setting of slide show playback
speed
Repeat Mode
Setting
Setting of slide show repeat
playback
Guide Display
Setting
Guide display setting during still
image display
Go to the previous/next picture in
the same directory.
d/ e
j
Return to the selection screen.
C (Yellow)
Rotate the picture by 90 degrees
to the left.
D (Blue)
Rotate the picture by 90 degrees
to the right.
a
Play back Slide Show.
• Return to slide show playback
when paused.
b
Pause slide show playback.
c
Stop still image display/slide show
playback.
A (Red)
Guide display on/off
CD
1 Folder 1
2 Folder 2
3 Folder 3
4 Folder 4
5 Image 01.jpg
6 Image 02.jpg
1/All 14 files and folders
Description
Playback
• When you select a folder, press ENTER to open it,
and then press a/b to select a file in the folder.
Press ENTER to display the selected file.
NOTE
• Thumbnail data will be displayed when JPEG files from
a digital camera contain thumbnail data.
• An icon will be displayed for JPEG files which do not
contain thumbnail data.
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Video/Picture/Music Playback
Accessing DLNA servers
The player can browse and play movies, music and
photos stored on your DLNA Certified media servers
connected within your home network.
3
Types of playable files
Video
DivX Plus HD (avi/divx/mkv)
Music
mp3
Picture
jpg
Press ENTER or d.
• The player automatically scans and displays DLNA
servers within your local network.
Select server
About a home network
This Player can display and play movies, photos
and music content from your DLNA-compatible
digital media servers (such as a PC and consumer
electronics).
Before accessing DLNA servers:
• DLNA servers and this player must be connected to the
same local area network. Specify the settings required
for connecting this player to the local area network.
• DLNA servers must be turned on.
• When a PC running DLNA server software or other
DLNA-compatible devices are connected to this player,
some setting changes of software or other devices may
be required.
• Please refer to the operating instructions for the
software or devices for more information.
NOTE
• Even if DLNA compatible, a connection may not be
able to be made depending on the server, or playback
may not be available even if a connection is made
successfully.
• Some files may not be playable depending on the file.
For details, refer to pages 10–11.
• To enjoy this function, make a broadband Internet
connection to both your PC and this player (See pages
18–19), and then set communication settings (See
pages 46–49), then perform the following operation.
• To use this function, we recommend setting “Auto
Power Off” to “No”. (See page 43.)
• Before using this function, please read “Network Service
Disclaimer” (page 68).
1. xxxxxxxxxxxxx
2. yyyyyyyyyyyyy
3. zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
4. aaaaaaaaaaaa
4
5
2
Press a/b to select Video/Music/Picture, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Home Network” in the sub
window.
Video
BD-Video
Music
USB
Picture
Home Network
Folder1
Folder2
Video01.divx
Video02.divx
Video03.divx
Video04.divx
1/ALL 40 files and folders
Settings
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Press a/b to select the folder or file which you
want to access, then press ENTER.
Root
e-Contents
Sub Window
• The folder list or file list of the DLNA server which
you accessed is displayed.
• The previous screen appears when j
is pressed.
• When you select a folder, the file list of the folder is
displayed. Press a/b to select the file which you
want to play, then press ENTER.
• Playback starts.
Playback by selecting a file list
1
Press a/b to select a DLNA server which you
want to access, then press ENTER or d.
• For operation during playback, refer to pages
35–36.
6
Press c to stop playback.
7
Press EXIT or HOME to exit playback.
• The file list reappears.
• The previous screen appears when j
is pressed.
• The HOME screen reappears.
Playback Functions
Fast Forward/Reverse (Search)
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
BD-R
DVD-R
BD-RE
BD VIDEO
DVD-RW
DVD VIDEO
AUDIO CD
The Fast Forward/Reverse function is enabled when
d or e is pressed during playback.
Example: When e is pressed
• The search speed will change each time you press the
button.
When playing back a DVD
• You cannot perform Fast Forward/Fast Reverse from
one title and continue to another title (except when
playing audio CDs). At the end or beginning of the title,
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse will be cancelled and normal
playback will automatically resume.
NOTE
• Subtitles are not played back with BD/DVD video discs
during Fast Forward and Fast Reverse.
• Some operations in the following playback functions
cannot be performed depending on the specifications of
the disc.
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
AUDIO CD
BD-R
DVD-R
CD-R
• Frame Advance Playback may not function properly
with discs other than DVD-RW/R (VR format).
NOTE
• Some BD/DVD Video discs are not compatible with
Pause/Frame Advance Playback.
• Frame Advance/Reverse Playback can be performed
for DVD discs by pressing g or
f during pause.
• Frame Reverse Playback cannot be performed for DivX
video.
Slow Playback (Forward/Reverse)
DVD-RW
DVD VIDEO
The Skipping (to the beginning of a chapter, track
or title) function is enabled when f or
g is pressed during playback.
DVD-RW
The Frame Advance Playback function is enabled
when g is pressed during pause.
BD VIDEO
USB
DVD-R
BD-RE
The Pause function is enabled when b is
pressed during playback. (If you are playing back
an audio CD, audio data [MP3 files] or still images
[JPEG files], these will also pause.)
BD-RE
CD-RW
BD-R
BD-R
DVD-R
Playback
Skipping to the Next or the Start of
the Current Chapter (Track/Title)
NOTE
Pause/Frame Advance Playback
BD-RE
DVD-RW
The Slow Playback (Forward/Reverse) function is
enabled when g or f is
pressed for more than 2 seconds during pause.
Press a to return to normal playback.
NOTE
• This doesn’t work for audio CDs.
• You cannot perform Slow Playback between titles. At
the end of the title, Slow Playback will be cancelled and
normal playback will automatically resume.
• Reverse Slow Playback cannot be performed for BD
video and DVD discs in AVCHD format.
• Reverse Slow Playback cannot be performed for DivX
video.
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Playback Functions
Repeat Playback of a Title or
Chapter (Repeat Playback)
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
BD-R
DVD-R
4
Press ENTER.
Example: Repeat playback of a title (TITLE)
BD-VIDEO
BD-RE
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1
1 DTS
On Title Repeat
DVD-RW
AUDIO CD
1
2
3
Play back the title or chapter you want to repeat.
Press REPEAT.
Press a/b to select the type of Repeat
Playback.
• Playback Title: Repeats the title currently being
played back.
• Playback Chapter: Repeats the chapter currently
being played back.
• Scene Selection: Repeats the specified scene of
title or chapter.
Playback Title
Playback Chapter
Scene Selection
NOTE
• Press j to cancel without setting the type
of Repeat Playback.
• For Audio CD, you can select “Playing Disc”, “Playing
Track” and “Specify The Part” as Repeat Playback
options.
• Repeat Playback cannot be performed for DivX video.
On Title Repeat
5
Press REPEAT to return to normal playback.
NOTE
• “Scene Selection” operation is not available for BD
video.
Partial Repeat Playback (Repeat
Playback of a Specified Part)
DVD VIDEO
DVD-R
DVD-RW
AUDIO CD
1
2
Press REPEAT during playback.
Press a/b to select “Scene Selection”, then
press ENTER.
• “Set Start Point” displays.
Playback Title
Playback Chapter
Scene Selection
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Set Start Point
3
Press ENTER at the scene where you want to
set the start point.
4
Press ENTER at the scene where you want to
set the end point.
• “Set End Point” displays.
• You can press e to fast forward to the
scene where you want to set the end point. When
you reach the desired scene, simply press a
and then ENTER to set the end point. To cancel
Repeat Playback, press REPEAT.
NOTE
• Press g, the Repeat Playback is
cancelled and the next chapter being play back.
• Press f once, the Repeat Playback is
cancelled and the player returns to the start of current
chapter (track).
• If you press f again (within about 5
seconds) the player will skip to the beginning of the
previous chapter (track).
• For Partial Repeat Playback, set the start and end
points within the same title.
• Repeat Playback may be forbidden depending on the
disc.
• Partial Repeat Playback may not work in multi-angle
scenes.
• If you press DISPLAY, you can confirm the Repeat
Playback status.
Playback Functions
Displaying the Audio Information
You can display the audio information on the disc
currently being played back by pressing AUDIO.
The displayed contents vary depending on the disc.
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
The audio channel currently being played back will
be displayed.
If multiple audio channels are recorded, you can
switch the audio channel by pressing AUDIO.
DVD-RW
DVD-R
When a recorded broadcast with stereo or
monaural audio is played back:
“Stereo” is displayed. (Audio cannot be switched.)
NOTE
BD VIDEO
2
Press a/b to select the Angle Number column,
then press ENTER.
DVD VIDEO
BD-VIDEO
If subtitles are provided in multiple languages, you
can switch between them.
1/3
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2 English
1
1 DTS
Off
Press SUBTITLE during playback.
• The display indicates the subtitle number currently
being played back, and the subtitles appear.
Each time SUBTITLE is pressed, the subtitles change.
• “–” is displayed if a disc has no subtitles.
• You can also select “Off”.
NOTE
• Settings for subtitles can also be changed in the
Function Control screen (Page 38).
• The operation of subtitles differs according to each disc.
You may need to refer to the operation manual of the
disc.
• The display for subtitle information automatically
disappears after 5 seconds.
Switching the Angle
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
If multiple angles are recorded, you can switch
between them.
1 Press FUNCTION during playback.
• The Function Control screen is displayed on the TV.
3
4
Press a/b to select the desired Angle Number,
then press ENTER.
Press j or FUNCTION to close the
Function Control screen.
NOTE
• The displayed items vary depending on the disc.
• If you access the Function Control screen during
playback of a BD/DVD video, it may be impossible to
operate the BD/DVD video playback. In cases like this,
close the Function Control screen.
• The operation of angles differs according to each disc.
You may need to refer to the operation manual of the
disc.
• The display for angle information automatically
disappears after 5 seconds.
Playback
• When you play a programme recorded in stereo or
monaural, and if you are listening to the Bitstream
sound via the digital output jack, you cannot select the
audio channel. Set “Audio Out” to “PCM” (page 42).
• Settings for audio can also be changed in the Function
Control screen (Page 38).
• The operation of audio differs according to each disc.
You may need to refer to the operation manual of the
disc.
• The display for audio information automatically
disappears after 5 seconds.
Switching Subtitles
Displaying the Angle Mark
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
You can change settings so that Angle Mark appears
in the right bottom part of the screen when multiple
angles are recorded. The settings can be changed
in “Settings” – “Playback Setting” – “Angle Mark
Display” (Page 44).
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Settings During Playback
33Operation guide display
Function Control
BD VIDEO
DVD VIDEO
BD-R
DVD-R
BD-RE
Function control operation
procedure
DVD-RW
AUDIO CD
Function Control screen
BD-VIDEO
1
1/3
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2 English
1
1 DTS
Off
ENTER
2
Enter
Return
3
11Playback status display
Shows the operation status and the disc type.
22Setting items
Selects a title (or track) or chapter for playback, or
performs video/audio settings.
• Title/Track Number (Direct Title/Track Skip)
• Chapter Number (Direct Chapter Skip)
• Playback Elapsed Time (Direct Time Skip)
• Subtitle Language
• Angle Number
• Audio
• Repeat
38
Press a/b/c/d to set, then press ENTER.
4
Press j or FUNCTION to close the
Function Control screen.
• Operations vary depending on the setting. Follow
the operation instructions on the screen.
NOTE
• If “– –” is displayed for an option like title number or
subtitles, the disc has no titles or subtitles which can be
selected.
• The displayed items vary depending on the disc.
• If you access the Function Control screen during
playback of a BD/DVD video, it may be impossible to
operate the BD/DVD video playback. In cases like this,
close the Function Control screen.
This allows you to adjust various settings at once,
like subtitles, angle settings and the title selection
for Direct Playback. You can adjust the video and
audio to suit your preferences. The operations are
the same for BD and DVD.
Select
EXIT Exit
3
Provides help on remote control button operations.
1
Press FUNCTION during playback.
2
Press a/b to select the desired setting, then
press ENTER.
• The Function Control screen is displayed on the TV.
• For a description of each setting, see “Functions
which can be set” (Page 39).
BD-VIDEO
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2 English
1
1 DTS
Off
Settings During Playback
Functions which can be set
Title/Track Number (Direct Title/Track Skip)
• Shows the title number being played back (or track
number when playing back an audio CD). You can skip
to the start of the title (or track).
• To skip to the start of a selected title (or track), press
the Number buttons to enter the title (or track) number
when this option is highlighted.
Chapter Number (Direct Chapter Skip)
• Shows the chapter number being played back. You can
skip to the start of the chapter.
• To skip to the start of a selected chapter, press the
Number buttons to enter the chapter number when this
option is highlighted.
Playback Elapsed Time (Direct Time Skip)
Angle Number
• Shows the currently selected angle number. If the video
is recorded with multiple angles, you can switch the
angle.
Audio
• Shows the currently selected type of audio. You can
select the desired type of audio.
Repeat
• The current Title (or Chapter) or partial segments can
be repeatedly played back. Repeat Playback is also
possible with the REPEAT button on the remote control.
NOTE
• These functions may not work with all discs.
Playback
• Shows the time elapsed from the beginning of the
current disc title (or track). This lets you skip to a
specific time.
• Press c/d to select the Hour, Minute or Second, then
press a/b or the Number buttons to set the time.
Press ENTER to start playback at the set time.
Subtitle Language
• Shows the currently selected subtitle language. If
subtitles are provided in other languages, you can
switch to your preferred language.
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Settings
SETTINGS
Common operations
The “menu” enables various audio/visual settings
and adjustments on the functions using the remote
control unit. You need to call up the On Screen
Display to perform settings for this player. The
following is the explanation for the basic operations
of the “menu”.
Home screen display
HOME
Music
Picture
Example: Setting “AQUOS LINK”
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or ENTER.
Audio Video Settings
Smart Settings
AQUOS LINK
Playback Setting
On Screen Language
Communication Setup
Version
USB Memory Management
Software Update Settings
System
Video
e-Contents
Settings
Select
ENTER
Enter
Return
EXIT
Exit
Select a menu item
HOME
Press a/b to select “AQUOS LINK”, then press d or ENTER.
Audio Video Settings
Smart Settings
AQUOS LINK
Playback Setting
On Screen Language
Communication Setup
Version
USB Memory Management
Software Update Settings
System
Video
Music
Picture
e-Contents
Settings
Select
ENTER
Enter
Return
EXIT
Exit
Select the next item
Press a/b to select the desired item, then press ENTER.
Press j to return to the previous “menu” page.
Exit the menu screen
Press HOME or EXIT to exit.
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SETTINGS
Basic Operation for Playback
Setting
5
Example: Setting “Parental Control” under “Playback
Setting”
1
2
3
4
Press c/d to select the parental control level
for DVD VIDEO, BD-ROM, and then select the
country code. Press ENTER after making each
selection.
Parental Control
Disc Language
Angle Mark Display
PIN Code Setting
BD Internet Access
3D Mode
3D Notice
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Playback Setting”, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Parental Control”, then
press d or ENTER.
0
• When you operate this Player for the first time,
the PIN code setting screen will be displayed. See
“When setting the PIN code for the first time” below.
Enter your 4-digit PIN code.
• You cannot move to the next setting screen until
you can input the correct PIN code.
Level 3
USA
6
Press HOME or EXIT to exit.
When setting the PIN code for the first time.
11 To set the PIN code for the first time, press a/b
to select “Yes” to enter the PIN code setting
menu, then press d or ENTER.
22 Enter a 4-digit number for the PIN code, then the
same 4-digit number for confirmation.
33 Press ENTER to complete the PIN code setting
procedure and move to the next setting screen.
Settings
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SETTINGS
Audio Video Settings
HDMI Video Out
This sets the resolution of the video output for the
HDMI terminal of this player.
Normally set to “Auto” (factory preset value).
Item
Auto, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576/480p
NOTE
• When the BD player is connected to a 1080p 24Hz
compatible TV and the “HDMI Video Out” is set to
“Auto”, 1080p 24Hz will automatically be displayed
when compatible discs are played back.
Secondary Audio
This toggles the clicking sound on the menu and
audio with secondary video in picture in picture
mode for BD-Video.
• Select “Off” when enjoying the high quality sounds of
BD-Video.
Item
On, Off
42
Audio Out
You can set the audio output when connecting to
SURROUND equipment.
1 This sets the audio output connected to
SURROUND equipment.
Item
HDMI Output: Select this when you connect using
HDMI OUT terminal.
Digital Output: Select this when you connect using
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT terminal (OPTICAL).
2
You can set the audio output mode for each
output terminal.
11 This sets the audio output mode for HDMI OUT
terminal when selecting “HDMI Output”.
NOTE
• When the secondary audio is set to “On”, PCM is
automatically selected as the audio output mode.
Item
Bitstream:
• Select this when connecting to HDMI equipment with
a built-in decoder for DOLBY DIGITAL, etc.
• Setting to Bitstream will output each audio signal by
Bitstream.
PCM (Surround):
• Select this when connecting to multi-channel HDMI
equipment.
• Setting to PCM (Surround) will output by LINEAR
PCM by decoding audio signals recorded in each
audio output mode such as DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS.
22 This sets the audio output mode for DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL terminal) when selecting
“Digital Output”.
Item
Bitstream:
• Select this when connecting to SURROUND
equipment with a built-in decoder for DOLBY
DIGITAL, etc.
• Setting to Bitstream will output each audio signal by
Bitstream.
PCM:
• Select this when connecting to 2 channel stereo audio
equipment.
• Setting to PCM will output by converting each audio
signal into PCM 2 channel audio signal.
NOTE
• See page 54 for information on output of audio formats.
SETTINGS
Dynamic Range Control
This 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
dialogue.
Item
Normal: The same audio output range is played as the
original recorded audio output range.
Shift*: When Dolby Digital audio is played back, the
dynamic range of the audio is adjusted so that the
dialogue portion can be heard easily. (If the audio
sounds abnormal, set to “Normal”.)
Auto: When you play back audio in the Dolby TrueHD
format, the dynamic range is automatically adjusted.
* Lower the audio volume before setting. If you do not do
so, the speakers may emit a loud sound or excessive
output may be applied to the speakers.
SUPER PICTURE
This enhances the quality of video streaming images
with pixel by pixel processing technology.
Item
On, Off
Smart Settings
Quick Start
Control Panel
This lets you set display of the control panel on the
TV screen to on or off.
This turns the Quick Start function on and off.
When the Quick Start function is on:
Item
When the Quick Start function is off:
AQUOS LINK
• The startup time of the Player is reduced.
• However, power consumption will increase.
• The player will enter the low power consumption mode
when in standby condition.
Item
Yes, No
NOTE
• When “Quick Start” is set to “Yes”, the Player requires
some time to turn off.
Yes, No
This lets you set the Player to receive the control
signal from the AQUOS LINK remote control via the
HDMI cable.
Item
Yes, No
NOTE
• For details, refer to the operation manual of TV.
Auto Power Off
This sets the Player so that power is automatically
shut off if playback is stopped and you do not
perform any operations for about 10 minutes.
Item
Yes, No
If you feel that the indicators on the player’s front
display are too bright when watching movies, you
can turn them off except for the B (On/Standby)
indicator.
Settings
Front Display/LED
Item
On, Off
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SETTINGS
Playback Setting
Parental Control
This lets you set the Parental Control depending
on the disc content. The available Parental Control
Levels are shown below.
The 4-digit PIN code number needs to be entered
before the Parental Control Levels and the Country
Code are set. The Parental Control Levels and the
Country Code cannot be set if a PIN code has not
been created or the PIN code is not entered.
• Select the rating level appropriate for the age of the
user.
Item (Parental control level for DVD-video)
8 and Off: All DVD-video can be played.
1–7: Prohibits play of DVD-video with corresponding
ratings recorded on them.
Item (Parental control level for BD-video)
No Limit: All BD-video can be played.
0–99 year(s): Prohibits play of BD-video with
corresponding ratings recorded on them.
Disc Language (Disc Priority Language)
This lets you select the language for subtitles, audio
and menus displayed on the screen.
Item
Select the subtitle language you want to display.
Yes: Enter the 4-digit number.
No
Item (Audio)
Select the audio language you want to hear.
Item (Menu)
Select the menu language you want to display.
NOTE
• When “Auto” is selected, the priority language of the
disc will be played back.
Angle Mark Display
This lets you turn the Angle Mark Display on or off
when BD/DVD video recorded with multiple angles
is played back. (The Angle Mark is displayed in the
lower right screen.)
Item
Select the country code.
The ratings differ according to the country.
Yes, No
• Refer to “Basic Operation for Playback Setting” on page
41 for details.
44
This sets the PIN code for setting or changing the
Parental Control Level.
Item (Subtitle)
Item (Country code)
NOTE
PIN Code Setting
NOTE
• When you forget the PIN code, you can reset the current
PIN code using “System Reset” under “Settings”. (See
page 45.)
• You can also set the new PIN code if desired.
BD Internet Access
This allows you to set access restriction to BD-LIVE
contents.
Item
Permit: Allows all BD-LIVE discs.
Limit: Allows only discs with owner certification.
Prohibit: Prohibits all BD-LIVE discs.
NOTE
• The available functions differ depending on the disc.
• 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 broadband
Internet connection (pages 18–19) and communication
settings (pages 46–49).
SETTINGS
3D Mode
This sets output of 3D images.
To view 3D images, playback of 3D content (3D BD
video) is necessary with a 3D compatible TV and 3D
glasses in addition to this player.
Item
Auto: Video signals are output as 3D when 3D content
(3D BD video) is played or as 2D when 2D content is
played.
2D: Even if 3D content (3D BD video) is played, video
signals are output as 2D at all times.
CAUTION
• When viewing 3D images, viewing for a long period
of time or lying on your back may cause eye strain
and discomfort. In addition, 3D images may affect the
eyesight of young children/infants, so keep them from
viewing the images.
3D Notice
This sets whether or not a notice is displayed (“Yes”
or “No”) on the connected TV every time 3D content
(3D BD video) is played.
Item
You can set the language you want to display on the
screen.
DivX(R) Deregistration
You can deactivate your DivX information on the
player.
Item
Item
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español,
Português, Nederlands, Svenska, Dansk, Norsk, Suomi,
Polski, Česky, Magyar, Slovensky, Slovenščina
Yes, No
NOTE
• To learn more, visit www.divx.com/vod.
Version
When you select “Version”, the system software
version is displayed.
System
System Reset
You can reset all settings to the factory presets.
Item
Reset, Not Reset
DivX(R) Registration
The DivX registration code is displayed.
NOTE
• To learn more, visit www.divx.com/vod.
Settings
Yes, No
On Screen Language
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SETTINGS
Communication Setup
This allows you to perform and/or change the
communication settings and select the type of
Internet connection from Cable or Wireless. This
setting is required to use BD-LIVE functions, video
on-demand services (e-Contents), home networks
and software updates that connect to the Internet.
NOTE
• Make sure that the LAN cable or the wireless LAN
adapter is connected to this player and make sure that
the wireless router/access point is connected to the
Internet if using the wireless LAN adapter. (See pages
18–19.)
• For manually performing the setting, the following
information of the connected router or modem is
required. Confirm the information prior to the setting.
−− IP address, netmask, gateway, DNS address
Sets whether “Cable” or “Wireless”
is used for the network connection
1
2
3
4
NOTE
• When selecting “Wireless” when the wireless LAN
adapter is not inserted, “Wireless LAN adapter is not
inserted” appears on the screen.
When selecting Cable
2
3
46
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Communication Setup”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Ethernet Setup (Cable)”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Change”, then press
ENTER.
Setting the info. of the Ethernet
[Current Setup]
IP Address : Auto Setup
Netmask : Auto Setup
: Auto Setup
Gateway
: Auto Setup
DNS
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Communication Setup”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Cable/Wireless Select”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Cable” or “Wireless”, then
press ENTER.
• If selecting “Cable”, follow the [When selecting
Cable] directions on this page, then go to step 3.
• If selecting “Wireless”, follow the [When selecting
Wireless] directions on the next page, then go to
step 3.
1
4
Change
Initialize
5
• For initializing the current setting, select “Initialize”,
then press ENTER.
For setting the IP address, press c/d to select
“Yes” or “No”, then press ENTER.
Do you obtain the IP address
automatically?
Yes
No
IP Address
Netmask
Gateway
Next
• If selecting “Yes”: The IP address is automatically
obtained.
• If selecting “No”: The IP address, netmask and
gateway are manually entered using the screen for
inputting characters. (See page 49.)
Regarding each of the setup values, confirm the
specifications of your broadband router.
SETTINGS
6
Select “Next”, then press ENTER.
7
Enter your DNS address.
• If selecting “Yes” in the step 5, go to the step 8.
Enter your DNS address.
Primary
Secondary
Next
• The primary and secondary DNS addresses are
entered using the screen for inputting characters.
(See page 49.)
Regarding each of the setup values, confirm the
specifications of your broadband router.
8
9
Select “Next”, then press ENTER.
For testing the connection to the Internet, after
confirming the settings, press a/b to select
“Test”, then press ENTER.
• “Test” is available only when setting to obtain the IP
address automatically. “Test” cannot be selected if
the IP address has not been obtained automatically.
Confirm the current setting.
Test
Complete
• As a result of the test, if the Internet connection
fails, enter the setup values manually.
10 Press a/b to select “Complete”, then press
ENTER.
11 Press HOME or EXIT to return to the HOME
screen.
• To perform other settings, press j.
5
CAUTION
• We recommend writing down the MAC address of
the connected wireless LAN adapter in this operation
manual (page 48) and keeping it in a safe place. The
MAC address is labeled on the adapter or displayed on
the “Setting the info. of the Ethernet” screen (See step
4 below).
• When performing the wireless communication setup,
security information for the wireless router/access
point (WEP, WPA or WPA2 key) is required. Check your
wireless router/access point’s information prior to setup.
NOTE
• Wireless communication setup cannot be performed
when the wireless LAN adapter is not inserted.
• Before this player can access the Internet wirelessly,
setup of a wireless router/access point is required.
The player scans all of the available access
points and displays the points with the “Other
Network” selection bar on the screen.
• During searching access point(s), “Accessing...”
appears on the screen.
• Up to 6 items (5 access points and the “Other
Network” selection bar) are displayed on the screen.
• When there are six or more items retrieved, display
the next screen by selecting “Next”, then pressing
ENTER. (The “Other Network” selection bar is
always displayed last.) When no available access
points are retrieved, only the “Other Network”
selection bar is displayed on the screen.
6
Press a/b to select “desired access point” or
“Other Network”, then press ENTER.
• For access points which are set to hide the SSID
using the wireless router, select “Other Network” to
set the access point.
Select the access point.
1
2
3
4
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Communication Setup”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Ethernet Setup
(Wireless)”, then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Change”, then press
ENTER.
XXXXXXXXXXXX
YYYYYYYYYYYY
Other Network
• If selecting “desired access point”, go to step 9.
• If selecting “Other Network”, go to the next step.
Setting the info. of the Ethernet
MAC Address
Access Point
IP Address
Netmask
Gateway
DNS
Settings
: xxx xxx xxx xxx
: xxx xxx xxx xxx
: xxx xxx xxx xxx
: xxx xxx xxx xxx
xxx xxx xxx xxx
MAC Address : xx xx xx xx xx xx
IP Address
Netmask
Gateway
DNS Address
When selecting Wireless
: xx xx xx xx xx xx
: Not Selected
: Auto Setup
: Auto Setup
: Auto Setup
: Auto Setup
Change
Initialize
• For initializing the current setting, select “Initialize”,
then press ENTER.
(Continued on the next page)
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SETTINGS
7
Press ENTER, then enter the access point
name.
• The access point name is manually entered using
the screen for inputting characters. (See page 49.)
Enter the access point name.
Next
Select “Next”, then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select your appropriate security
key, then press ENTER.
• When selecting WPA/WPA2, selectable security
keys are PSK/TKIP and PSK/AES.
Select the security key.
OPEN
WEP
WPA-PSK(AES)
WPA-PSK(TKIP)
WPA2-PSK(AES)
WPA2-PSK(TKIP)
10Press ENTER, then enter the security key code.
• Enter the exact same security key which has been
set in the wireless router.
• The security key code is manually entered using the
screen for inputting characters. (See page 49.)
Enter the security key.
Security key:
Next
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“Test”, then press ENTER.
• If the test has failed, an error message appears.
Retry to perform the settings after checking that the
connection (page 19) is performed properly.
Confirm your setting.
Access Point:
8
9
11Select “Next”, then press ENTER.
12For testing after confirming the settings, select
Access Point: XXXXXXXXXXXX
Security key: XXXXXXXXXXXX
Test
13Follow steps 5–11 of “When selecting Cable”
on page 46 to complete the network connection
settings.
Information on MAC addresses
A MAC address is a unique ID number for
network equipment. A MAC address is necessary
for MAC address filtering on the wireless router/
access point.
Before the wireless communication setup is
performed, we recommend writing down the MAC
address of the connected wireless LAN adapter
and keeping it in a safe place. The MAC address
is labeled on the adapter. (The MAC address
is displayed on the “Setting the info. of the
Ethernet” screen when wireless communication is
set (See step 4 of page 47).)
MAC address
SETTINGS
The operation procedure for
inputting characters manually
NOTE
• Numeric characters such as IP address can be entered
on the input screen either by selecting each of the
characters in the “Numeric” mode or using the Number
buttons on the remote control.
IP Address
Netmask
Gateway
5
NOTE
• Press j (Del.Char.) to delete a number/
character you have input.
• To change a number/character you have input, press B
(Green) (Left) or C (Yellow) (Right) to select the number/
character you want to change, and press j
(Del.Char.). Then, press c/d to select a new number/
character you want to input, and press ENTER.
Press D (Blue) (Complete) to fix the numbers
which have been input.
IP Address
Netmask
Gateway
6
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Repeat step 1 to 5 to finish inputting all the
required characters.
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Input character list
1
Press ENTER at the boxes in which characters
are to be entered, and the input screen will
appear.
Numeric
Edit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
Selected by pressing
a/b
4
Selected by pressing
c/d
Press a/b to select the desired input mode.
Press c/d to select a number/character, then
press ENTER.
Repeat the step 3 to display all of the desired
characters/numbers in the input field.
Example: The screen for inputting numeric characters
Numeric
Edit
Num.
Edit
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
Spc.
Num.
1234567890
ABC
abcABC
DEF
defDEF
GHI
ghiGHI
JKL
jklJKL
MNO
mnoMNO
PQRS
pqrsPQRS
TUV
tuvTUV
WXYZ w x y z W X Y Z
Spc.
(space)
Numeric
Sign
ABC
1234567890
@.,:
;_-\
$%!?
&#+*
=/|˜
“‘ˆ`
()<>
[ ]{ }
Spc.
@.,:
@ . , :
;_-\
; _ - \
$%!?
$ % ! ?
&#+*
& # + *
=/|˜
= / | ˜
“‘ˆ`
“ ‘ ˆ `
( )< >
(
[ ]{ }
[
Spc.
(space)
Cancel
) <
>
Left
]
Right
{
}
Complete
Settings
2
3
1ABC (Alphabet/
numeric character)
Del.Char.
The same operation as the coloured buttons and j can be performed by
selecting each of the items and pressing ENTER.
“Del.Char.” stands for deleting characters.
123
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
NOTE
• When performing “Ethernet Setup (Cable)”, only “Numeric” and “Edit” are displayed.
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SETTINGS
Before using the USB memory device
CAUTION:
• Do not remove the USB memory device or unplug
the AC cord while the operations for “USB Memory
Management” or “Software Update Settings (Manual
Update from USB memory device)” are being
performed.
• Do not use a USB extension cable when connecting
a USB memory device to the USB1 or USB2 terminal
on the player.
−− Using a USB extension cable may prevent the
player from performing correctly.
NOTE:
• SHARP cannot guarantee that all brands’ USB
memory devices will operate with this player.
• Only USB memory devices formatted with FAT 32/16
are compatible.
When formatting a USB memory device using a PC,
perform the following settings.
Format File System: FAT32
Allocation Unit Size: Default Allocation Size
When you insert or remove a USB memory device,
be sure to turn the main power off and make sure
that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).
1 Insert the USB memory device into the USB
terminal on this player.
5
Erase: Deletes only BD-VIDEO data written on the
USB memory device such as BD-LIVE data.
Format: Be aware that all data including BD-VIDEO
data and software update data will be deleted.
• If you want to delete only the unneeded software
update data after the software is updated, delete
the data on the USB memory device using a PC.
• When the wireless LAN adapter is not inserted
into the USB1 terminal on the rear of the player, it
is recommended that the USB memory device be
connected to the USB1 terminal.
NOTE
• A USB memory device can be used with either the
USB1 or USB2 terminal. When two USB memory
devices are connected to both terminals at the same
time, in certain situations the USB1 terminal may give
priority to Local Storage and “Erase” and “Format” are
not available for the USB memory device connected to
the USB2 terminal.
Rear
USB Memory Management
Erase
Erases BD-VIDEO data on USB memory.
Format
Erase all contents on USB memory
including protected contents.
6
Press a/b to select “Yes”, then press ENTER.
7
Start the process.
USB1 terminal
The following instructions explain how to delete data
such as the Virtual Package data and the BD-LIVE
data in a USB memory device.
Press a/b to select “Erase” or “Format”, then
press ENTER.
• A confirmation message is displayed. Check that
the correct USB memory device is displayed, and
then continue.
• The screen for the current operation will display.
USB memory device
Complete
Front
OK
8
9
USB memory
device
USB2 terminal
2
3
4
Press B to turn on the power.
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “USB Memory
Management”, then press d or ENTER.
• The “USB Memory Management” screen is
displayed.
• “No USB Memory” appears when no USB memory
is inserted.
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Press ENTER.
Press HOME or EXIT to exit.
NOTE
• Data which has been saved to the player’s internal
memory (game score, etc.) will also be deleted.
SETTINGS
Update process
Software Update Settings
1
In this player, the software version can be updated
using either one of the following methods.
• “Accessing...” blinks on the screen.
• Auto Update from Network
• Manual Update from Network
• Manual Update from USB memory device
• The current version of this unit software and the
latest version of the update file on the network are
displayed when latest version of firmware has been
found.
To update this player software with update file,
select “Yes”, and go to step 2.
Auto Update from Network
This function allows you to perform the update by
accessing an Internet connection automatically to
check if there is a new firmware version every time
the player is turned on.
When using this function, it is required to perform
the following settings in advance.
NOTE
• Make sure that the LAN cable or the wireless LAN
adapter is connected to this player and make sure that
the wireless router/access point is connected to the
Internet if using the wireless LAN adapter. (See pages
18–19.)
• Make sure to perform the communication settings. (See
pages 46–49.)
• It may take time to access and download the update
depending on the Internet connection and other factors.
When this player is turned on, the Internet
connection starts automatically.
Latest version of firmware has been found.
Firmware update is available.
Proceed with update?
Current Version :
xxxxxxxxxx
Latest Version :
yyyyyyyyyy
If “Yes” will be selected, version update will start.
Setup
1
2
3
4
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Software Update
Settings”, then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Auto Update Setting”,
then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Yes”, then press ENTER.
• After this, an Internet connection will be made
automatically every time this player is turned on.
Yes
No
2
• If the latest firmware version has been already
updated, nothing is displayed on the screen.
Press ENTER to start updating.
Downloading latest firmware…
Version : yyyyyyyyyy
• Do not remove the LAN cable or the wireless LAN
adapter or unplug the AC cord while downloading or
updating software.
30%
3
4
Settings
CAUTION
When the software is successfully updated, a
screen is displayed indicating that the update
process is completed.
• If the update has failed, an error message appears.
Retry the update after checking if the broadband
Internet connection (pages 18–19) and
communication settings (pages 46–49) are
performed properly.
Press B to turn off the player before using
again.
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SETTINGS
Manual Update from Network
This function allows you to perform the update
operation by accessing an Internet connection
manually to check if there is a new firmware version.
NOTE
• Make sure that the LAN cable or the wireless LAN
adapter is connected to this player and make sure that
the wireless router/access point is connected to the
Internet if using the wireless LAN adapter. (See pages
18–19.)
• Make sure to perform the communication settings. (See
pages 46–49.)
• It may take time to access and download the update
depending on the Internet connection and other factors.
CAUTION
• Do not remove the LAN cable or the wireless LAN
adapter or unplug the AC cord while downloading or
updating software.
1
2
3
4
5
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Software Update
Settings”, then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Manual Update”, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Network”, then press
ENTER.
During access to the network and checking the
latest version of firmware, “Accessing” blinks.
• The current version of this unit software and the
latest version of the update file on the network are
displayed when latest version of firmware has been
found.
To update this player software with update file,
select “Yes”, and go to step 6.
Latest version of firmware has been found.
Firmware update is available.
Proceed with update?
Current Version :
xxxxxxxxxx
Latest Version :
yyyyyyyyyy
If “Yes” will be selected, version update will start.
Yes
No
• If the Internet connection has failed, an error
message appears.
Retry the update after checking if the broadband
Internet connection (pages 18–19) and
communication settings (pages 46–49) are
performed properly.
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6
Press ENTER to start updating.
Downloading latest firmware…
Version : yyyyyyyyyy
30%
7
8
When the software is successfully updated, a
screen is displayed indicating that the update
process is completed.
• If the update has failed, an error message appears.
Retry the update after checking if the broadband
Internet connection (pages 18–19) and
communication settings (pages 46–49) are
performed properly.
Press B to turn off the player.
Manual Update from USB memory
device
This function allows software updates by inserting
a USB memory device with the update file into the
USB1 or USB2 terminal on this player.
• When a software update is performed, the software
update data must be written onto the USB memory
device in advance using a PC.
• The USB memory device must be clear of all files
except software update data to allow new software
uploading.
To check for the availability of a software update,
visit www.sharp.co.uk/gb.
• When software update data is released, copy the data
onto a USB memory device after downloading it to a
PC.
• For methods such as downloading and copying to a
USB memory device, carefully read the description
shown on the website before performing the operation.
SETTINGS
NOTE
• Only USB memory devices formatted with FAT 32/16 are
compatible.
When formatting a USB memory device using a PC,
perform the following settings.
Format File System: FAT32
Allocation Unit Size: Default Allocation Size
• Do not extract the firmware update file to any folders
other than the root directory on the USB memory
device. The firmware update file must be only one file
directly in the root directory.
When you insert or remove a USB memory device,
be sure to turn the main power off and make sure
that “Quick Start” is set to “No” (See page 43).
1 Insert the USB memory device with the update
file into the USB1 or USB2 terminal on this
player.
• It is recommended that the USB memory device be
connected to the USB2 terminal on the front of the
player.
7
Enter 4-digit PIN code
8
NOTE
• A USB memory device can be used with either the
USB1 or USB2 terminal. When two USB memory
devices are connected to both terminals at the same
time, in certain situations the USB1 terminal may give
priority to Local Storage and the USB1 terminal cannot
be used for Software Update.
Front
Enter the 4-digit number using 0–9.
Press ENTER to start checking data in the USB
memory device.
Insert USB memory device containing
the software update file.
OK
9
During the data checking, “Checking” blinks.
Now checking the data in USB memory device.
Checking
USB memory device
4
CAUTION
• Do not remove the USB memory device or unplug the
AC cord while the software is being updated.
5
6
Press B to turn on the power.
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Software Update
Settings”, then press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Manual Update”, then
press d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “USB Memory”, then press
ENTER.
Software update file is detected in the USB memory device.
Start update?
Current Ver. :
Update Ver. :
Settings
2
3
• The current version of this unit software and the
version of the update file on the USB memory
device are displayed. To update this player software
with update file, select “Yes”, and press ENTER.
xxxxxxxxxx
yyyyyyyyyy
Yes
No
• If you have not yet set the PIN code, go to step 7.
(Continued on the next page)
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SETTINGS
• If the USB memory device is not properly installed
or the correct update file cannot be found on
the USB memory device, an error message is
displayed.
Check the file on the USB memory device, and then
reinsert the USB memory device correctly.
10 Press ENTER to start updating.
Software update file is not detected in the USB memory device.
Confirm that you have transferred the file
to the USB memory device and retry software update.
Confirm that you have inserted the USB memory device
into the correct device.
• The screen becomes dark for a while until the
update screen can be displayed. Please wait for
the update screen to appear. Do not unplug the AC
cord.
11 When the software is successfully updated, a
screen is displayed indicating that the update
process is completed.
• If the update has failed, check the file in the USB
device and try Software Update again.
12 Press B to turn off the player.
The picture will temporarily go dark until
the software update display appears.
Wait several minutes and do not unplug the AC cord.
• Delete unneeded software update data using a PC
after the software update process is completed.
13 Remove the USB memory device.
OK
OK
Now updating
There is more than one software file
in the USB memory device.
Confirm that only the software update file is
in the USB memory device.
* Do not unplug AC cord.
yyyyyyyyyy
Update Version
30%
OK
About Output of Audio Formats
Audio format
Dolby TrueHD
Maximum number of
channels
HDMI
PCM
DIGITAL OUT
Bitstream
PCM
Bitstream
7.1ch (48kHz/96kHz)
7.1ch *
7.1ch *
2ch *
5.1ch *1/*3
5.1ch (192kHz)
5.1ch *3
5.1ch *4
2ch *2
5.1ch *1/*3
Dolby Digital PLUS
7.1ch (48kHz)
7.1ch
7.1ch *4
2ch *2
5.1ch *1/*3
DTS-HD Master Audio
7.1ch (48kHz/96kHz)
7.1ch *3
7.1ch *4
2ch *2
5.1ch *1/*3
5.1ch (192kHz)
5.1ch *3/*5
5.1ch *4
2ch *2
5.1ch *1/*3
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
7.1ch (48kHz/96kHz)
7.1ch *3
7.1ch *4
2ch *2
5.1ch *1/*3
LPCM
7.1ch (48kHz/96kHz)
7.1ch *3
—
2ch *2
—
5.1ch (192kHz)
5.1ch *3
—
2ch *2
—
Core only
Down mixed
K When “Secondary Audio” is set to “On”, the audio is output as 48kHz.
L When “Secondary Audio” is set to “On”, the audio is output as PCM.
M When 5.1ch (192kHz), the audio output is downsampled to 96kHz.
M When 2ch, the audio is output as 192kHz.
I
J
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3
4
2
Streaming content
Playing back video on demand streaming content
In this player, you can enjoy a variety of video on
demand streaming content by connecting to the
Internet.
VOD content
Playing back YouTube content
This player can play back YouTube video content
streaming through the Internet.
Picture
e-Contents
Settings
Skip to the previous video content on
the video list.
• Some video content may not be played back with this
player.
• The actual functions which can be operated may differ
from the descriptions shown.
• It may take time to access and download the update
depending on the Internet connection and other factors.
Playing back
YouTube
1
NOTE
2
• To enjoy this function, make a broadband Internet
connection to both your PC and this player (See pages
18–19), and then set communication settings (See
pages 46–49), then perform the following operation.
• To use this function, we recommend setting “Auto
Power Off” to “No”. (See page 43.)
• Before using this function, please read “Network Service
Disclaimer” (page 68).
Pause the video content. To resume
playing paused content, press
on
the playback controls.
NOTE
VOD content
• Playing back YouTube video content streaming
Item
• For more information about YouTube, see the YouTube
website using a PC (http://www.youtube.com).
Video
Music
Operational buttons for playback control
Press a/b to select “e-Contents”, then press
d or ENTER.
Press a/b to select “YouTube”, then press d
or ENTER.
Skip to the next video content on the
video list.
Play back all the video content on the
video list repeatedly.
Switch the video quality to high
resolution.
Toggle the playback screen between
normal and full screen.
Progress bar
Determine the point where you want to
play back a video content by pressing
c/d on the progress bar.
• The YouTube screen is displayed.
3
4
Follow the instruction on the screen.
To exit the screen, press EXIT.
NOTE
• To turn the playback controls on during full screen
display, press POP-UP MENU.
• To return to the main page screen, press TOP MENU/
TITLE LIST.
Streaming content
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Appendix
PC control of the Player (for BD-HP35S only)
• This player can be controlled from a PC using the
IP.
• Use an ETHERNET cable (commercially available)
or wireless LAN USB adapter for the connections.
IP Control Setup
Command format
Eight ASCII codes eCR
C1 C2 C3 C4 P1 P2 P3
NOTE
Command
4-digits
• This operation system should be used by a person who
is accustomed to using computers.
IP protocol:
TCP/IP
Host IP address:
Set the IP address on the player
menu
Service:
None (Do not select Telnet or
SSH)
TCP port#:
Set a port number on the player
menu
When you set your ID and password on the player
menu, you need to enter them as soon as you
connect to the player.
NOTE
• The connection will be cut off when there has been no
communication for 3 minutes.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press a/b to select “Settings”, then press d or
ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Communication Setup”,
then press ENTER.
Press a/b to select “IP Control Setup”, then
press ENTER.
Press a/b to select “Change”, then press
ENTER.
To use IP Control, select “Enable”, then press
ENTER.
Set the device name.
Set your login ID and password.
Set the port to use with IP Control.
Confirm the settings, then press “OK”.
Communication procedure
Send the control commands from the PC via the IP.
This Player operates according to the received
command and sends a response message to the
PC.
Do not send multiple commands at the same time.
Wait until the PC receives the OK response before
sending the next command.
Make sure to send “A” with the carriage return and
confirm that “ERR” returns before operating.
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Return code
Command 4-digits: Command. The text of four
characters.
Parameter 4-digits: Parameter 0 – 9, blank
Communication conditions for IP
Connect to the player with the following settings
made for IP on the PC.
Parameter
4-digits
P4
Parameter
Input the parameter values, aligning left, and fill with
blank(s) for the remainder. (Be sure that four values
are input for the parameter.)
When the input parameter is not within an adjustable
range, “ERR” returns. (Refer to “Response code
format”.)
Response code format
Normal response
O
K
Return code (0DH)
Problem response (communication error or
incorrect command)
E
R
R
Return code (0DH)
PC control of the Player
Command list
CONTROL ITEM
COMMAND
PARAMETER
CONTROL ITEM
COMMAND
PARAMETER
POWER ON*
P
O
W
R
1
_
_
_
PAUSE
D
P
U
S
_
_
_
_
POWER OFF
P
O
W
R
0
_
_
_
OPEN/CLOSE
D
E
J
T
_
_
_
_
PLAY
D
P
L
Y
_
_
_
_
FUNCTION
D
F
N
C
_
_
_
_
STOP
D
S
T
P
_
_
_
_
REPEAT
D
R
E
P
_
_
_
_
FWD
D
F
W
D
_
_
_
_
DEVICE NAME
B
D
N
M
1
_
_
_
REV
D
R
E
V
_
_
_
_
MODEL NAME
M
N
R
D
1
_
_
_
TOP MENU
D
T
M
N
_
_
_
_
SOFTWARE VERSION
S
W
V
N
1
_
_
_
UP a
D
U
P
K
_
_
_
_
IP PROTOCOL VERSION
I
P
P
V
1
_
_
_
DOWN b
D
D
W
N
_
_
_
_
LEFT c
D
L
F
T
_
_
_
_
RIGHT d
D
R
G
T
_
_
_
_
ENTER
D
E
N
T
_
_
_
_
RETURN
D
R
E
T
_
_
_
_
EXIT
D
E
X
T
_
_
_
_
HOME
D
S
E
T
_
_
_
_
POP-UP MENU
D
P
M
N
_
_
_
_
SKIP K
D
S
K
B
_
_
_
_
SKIP L
D
S
K
F
_
_
_
_
* The POWER ON command is available with IP control only when the power is off and
Quick start is ON.
Appendix
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Troubleshooting
The following problems do not always suggest a defect or malfunction of this Player.
Refer to the problems and lists of possible solutions below before calling for service.
Power
Problem
The Player power cannot be turned on.
The Player power is turned off.
Possible causes and solutions
• Is the power cord firmly plugged into the AC outlet? (Page 20)
• When the power cord is plugged into an AC outlet, press and hold B on the Player until “
panel display. Then, after the B (On/Standby) indicator is lit, turn on the power. (Page 61)
• Press B after the B (On/Standby) indicator turns on. (Page 21)
” appears on the front
• Is “Auto Power Off” set to “Yes”? When “Auto Power Off” is set to “Yes”, the power will be automatically turned off after
10 continuous minutes of inactivity (no playback). (Page 43)
Basic Operation
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
The remote control does not work.
• Use the remote control within its operating range. (Page 20)
• Replace the batteries. (Page 20)
• Reset the remote control.
−− Press and hold 1 (the number button) first and then ENTER on the remote control together for more than 5 seconds.
Cannot operate the Player.
• Are you operating the Player within the specified operating temperature range? (Page 63)
Playback
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
The Player cannot play a disc.
• Take out the disc and clean it. (Page 13)
• Make sure that the disc is loaded properly (aligned in disc tray and label-side up). (Page 25)
• Make sure that region code on the disc matches that of this Player. (Page 9)
• Allow any condensation in or near the Player to dry. (Page 13)
• Check that the disc is recorded in the compatible TV system (PAL or NTSC).
• The Player cannot play back video which was not recorded normally. (Page 10)
• Proper playback may be impossible due to the state of the disc recording, a scratched, warped or dirty disc, the state of
the pick-up, or compatibility issues between this Player and the disc being used. (Pages 10, 13)
• When the recorded time of a disc is unusually short, playback may not be possible.
• BD-RE/R discs recorded in a format other than BDMV/BDAV cannot be played back. (Page 9)
The disc is automatically ejected after closing the disc
tray.
• Make sure that the disc is loaded properly (aligned in disc tray and label-side up). (Page 25)
• Take out the disc and clean it. (Page 13)
• Make sure that the disc is playable. (Page 9)
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Troubleshooting
Playback (Continued)
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
Video stops.
• Has the Player been subjected to shock or impact? Are you using it in an unstable location? The Player will stop if it
senses shock or vibration.
The Player makes a snapping sound when starting
playback or loading a disc.
• The player may sometimes make a snapping sound when starting playback if it has not been operated in a while. These
sounds are not malfunctions of the player but are normal operating conditions.
Picture
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure that the cable is connected correctly. (Page 16)
Make sure that the connected TV or the AV receiver is set to the correct input. (Pages 16–17)
Take out the disc and clean it. (Page 13)
Make sure that region code on the disc matches that of this Player. (Page 9)
There is no picture from the HDMI output.
− Are the settings performed correctly? Please check the settings. (Page 42)
Screen freezes and operation buttons do not work.
• Turn off the power and turn on the power again.
• If the power is not turned off, perform a reset. (Page 61)
• Is the disc damaged or dirty? Check the condition of the disc. (Page 13)
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.
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 copyrightprotected contents are recorded. (Pages 10–11)
3D images cannot be output to a TV.
• Is an HDMI cable used?
• Are a 3D compatible TV and 3D glasses used?
• Is a proper connection made between the HDMI OUT terminal of the player and the HDMI input terminal of the 3D
compatible TV? (Page 16)
• Are all devices (amplifier, AV receiver, etc.) between the TV and the player connected by HDMI and 3D compatible?
(Pages 16-17)
• Is the 3D setting on this player correct? (Pages 23, 45)
• Is the 3D setting on the TV correct?
• Is a 3D compatible BD disc being played back?
Noise appears on the screen.
• When you watch TV broadcasts with the power of this player turned on, noise may appear on the TV screen. In such
cases, turn off the power to this player or keep this player away from the TV.
Appendix
No picture.
(Continued on the next page)
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Troubleshooting
Sound
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
No sound, or sound is distorted.
• If the volume of the TV or amplifier is set to minimum, turn the volume up.
• There is no sound during still mode, slow motion playback, fast forward and fast reverse. (Page 35)
• Check that the audio cable is connected correctly. (Page 17)
• Check that the cable plugs are clean.
• Take out the disc and clean it. (Page 13)
• 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 of the disc. (Page 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 copyrightprotected contents are recorded.
Network
Problem
Cannot connect to the Internet.
Possible causes and solutions
When the wired Internet connection is made
• Is the LAN cable connected properly? (Page 18)
• Is the wrong cable such as a modular cable used? Connect a LAN cable to the ETHERNET terminal. (Page 18)
• Is the power for the connected equipment, such as a broadband router or modem turned on?
• Is the broadband router and/or modem properly connected?
• Is the proper value(s) set in the network setting? Check “Communication Setup”. (Pages 46–49)
When the wireless Internet connection is made
• Is the wireless LAN adapter connected properly? (Page 19)
• Is the power for the connected equipment, such as a wireless router or access point turned on?
• Is the wireless router or access point properly connected?
• Are there any obstacles, such as physical structures (brick and concrete walls, etc.) and electronics (microwave, etc.)
between the wireless router/access point and the player? As this may cause interference with the wireless signal, make
sure to keep obstacles away.
• Is the proper value(s) set in the network setting? Check “Communication Setup”. (Pages 46–49)
Cannot download BD-LIVE contents.
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• Is the LAN cable or the wireless LAN adapter connected properly? (Page 18–19)
• Is the USB memory device properly connected? Check that the USB memory device is connected to the USB1 or USB2
terminal of this Player. (Page 27)
• Check if the BD disc supports BD-LIVE.
• Check the setting for “BD Internet Access”. (Page 44)
Troubleshooting
Other
Problem
Possible causes and solutions
The TV operates incorrectly.
• Some TVs with wireless remote control capability may operate incorrectly when using the remote control of this Player.
Use such TVs away from this Player.
The Player heats up during use.
• When using this Player, the console cabinet may heat up depending on the usage environment. This is not a malfunction.
B (On/Standby) indicator will remain lit.
• When the AC cord is removed from the outlet, the B (On/Standby) indicator will remain lit for a short period. This is
normal and is not a malfunction.
To Reset this Player
B (Power)
• If this Player receives strong interference from a source such as excessive static electricity, strong external noise, malfunction of power supply, or
voltage caused by lightning during use or a wrong operation is sent to the Player, errors like the Player not accepting an operation may occur.
Press and hold B on the Player until “
” appears on the front panel display when the Player does not operate properly even after the
power has been turned off. Then, after the B (On/Standby) indicator is lit, turn on the power.
• When a reset is performed while the power is on, the Player will turn off. Turn the power on again. At this point, it may take a few moments for the system processing to finish before
the Player is ready for use. During the system processing, the BD/DVD/CD mode indicator on the front panel display of the player will blink. Once the system processing has finished,
the indicator will finish blinking and then light up normally. You can operate the Player when the BD/DVD/CD mode indicator is lit.
• Since all settings including the language setting stored in memory are also reset when a reset has been performed, they must be set again.
• When the problem persists even after performing a reset, unplug the AC cord and plug it in again. If this does not solve the problem, contact the nearest service centre approved by
SHARP.
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On-screen Error Messages
The following messages appear on the TV screen in case of an error during operation.
Error message
Possible Error
Cannot play.
• The disc cannot be played back with this Player.
Incompatible disc.
• If you load a disc which cannot be played with this
Player (i.e. a scratched disc), or if you load a disc upside
down, this message will appear, and the disc tray will
automatically pop out.
• Occurs if the loaded disc cannot be played because it is
a non-standard disc or scratched, etc.
Suggested Solution
• Check the disc, and load it correctly.
• Remove the disc.
Cannot operate.
• Occurs if an operation is incorrect.
This USB memory is not formatted properly. Please format
the memory in USB memory management.
• Occurs if there is a formatting error.
• Occurs if the USB memory is not formatted with FAT
32/16.
• Format the USB memory again.
• Format the USB memory with your PC.
The Connected USB Memory cannot be used. It should be
compliant with USB 2.0
• Occurs if USB memory not compliant with USB 2.0 High
Speed (480Mbit/s) is used (i.e. USB 1.0/USB 1.1).
• Connect USB 2.0 High Speed (480Mbit/s) compliant
USB memory.
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Specifications
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
General
Power supply
AC 100–240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (Normal)
15 W (AC 230 V, 50 Hz)
Power consumption (Standby)
0.4 W (AC 230 V, 50 Hz) (When “Quick Start” is set to “No”)
Dimensions
Approx. 430 mm g 49 mm g 198 mm (W g H g D)
Weight
Approx. 1.7 kg
Operating temperature
5°C to 35°C
Storage temperature
–20°C to 60°C
Operating humidity
10 % to 80 % (no condensation)
TV systems
PAL system/NTSC system
(The system recorded on the disc is output.)
Playback
Playable discs/media formats
BD-ROM, BD-RE, BD-R,
DVD Video, DVD+RW/+R/-RW/-R (Video/VR/AVCHD/JPEG file/MP3 file/DivX (H.264/MKV) format),
Audio CD (CD-DA), CD-RW/R (CD-DA/JPEG file/MP3 file format)
USB memoy device (JPEG file/MP3 file/DivX (H.264/MKV) format)
Region code
B or ALL for BD, 2 or ALL for DVD
Input/Output
HDMI
HDMI 19-pin standard connector (1080p 24Hz output)
HDMI® (Deep Colour, x.v.Colour, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential)
Digital audio optical output
Terminal: Square Optical terminal
USB input
USB1/USB2
USB 2.0 High Speed (480Mbit/s) correspondence (for Wireless LAN adapter and Local storage/Software update/JPEG,
MP3 and DivX (H.264/MKV) playback)
ETHERNET
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Appendix
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Specifications
Wireless LAN USB Adapter (for BD-HP35S only)
Product name
Wireless LAN adapter (supplied)
Standard
IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Host interface
USB 2.0
Frequency band
Draft 802.11n Radio: 2.4GHz
802.11g Radio: 2.4GHz
802.11b Radio: 2.4GHz
Europe-2.400 – 2.483GHz (channel 1–13)
Modulation
DBPSK @ 1 Mbps
DQPSK@ 2 Mbps
CCK@ 5.5/11 Mbps
BPSK@ 6/9 Mbps
QPSK@ 12/18 Mbps
16-QAM@ 24/36 Mbps
64-QAM@ 48/54 Mbps
Security
AP (Infrastructure) mode supports
- Static WEP that supports both 64 and 128 bit keys.
- WPA(TKIP) with PSK
Ad-hoc mode supports
- None (plaintext)
- Static WEP that supports both 64 and 128 bit keys.
Power consumption
TX: up to 310mA (5V)
Dimensions
Approx. 17 mm g 8.4 mm g 29.8 mm (W g H g D)
Weight
Approx. 3.9g
Permit countries
*1
I
Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Portugal,
Austria, Finland, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Malta,
Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Turkey
Usage of this player’s wireless LAN is permitted for the countries listed.
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Glossary
Ad-hoc mode (pages 19, 64)
Ad-hoc mode is a wireless LAN communication
format. This performs direct communication
between equipment without an access point. (Adhoc mode is not supported.)
AVCHD (page 9)
AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition)
refers to a recording format (specification) for digital
video cameras which can record to a disc such as
8 cm DVD disc and play back digital high definition
images.
BDAV (page 9)
BDAV (Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual, BD-AV) refers to
one of the application formats used for writable
Blu-ray discs such as BD-R, BD-RE, etc. BDAV is a
recording format equivalent to DVD-VR (VR mode) of
the DVD specifications.
BD-J application
The BD-ROM format supports Java for interactive
functions. “BD-J” offers content providers almost
unlimited functionality when creating interactive BDROM titles.
BD-LIVE (page 28)
A variety of interactive content is available from BDLIVE compatible Blu-ray discs via the Internet.
BDMV (page 9)
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.
BD-R (pages 9, 25)
A BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) is a recordable
and rewritable Blu-ray Disc.
This Player is compatible with Deep Colour. You can
enjoy this function by connecting to a Deep Colour
compatible TV using an HDMI cable.
BD-ROM (pages 9, 25)
Disc menu (page 26)
BD-ROMs (Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Memory)
are commercially produced discs. Other than
conventional movie and video contents, these discs
have enhanced features such as interactive content,
menu operations using pop-up menus, selection of
subtitle display, and slide shows. Although a BDROM may contain any form of data, most BD-ROM
discs will contain movies in High Definition format
for playback on Blu-ray Disc players.
Blu-ray Disc (BD) (page 9)
A disc format developed for recording/playing highdefinition (HD) video (for HDTV, etc.), and for storing
large amounts of data. A single layer Blu-ray Disc
holds up to 25 GB, and a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc
holds up to 50 GB of data.
Chapter number (pages 38, 39)
Sections of a movie or a music feature that are
smaller than titles. A title is composed of several
chapters. Some discs may only be comprised of a
single chapter.
Control Panel (page 24)
This function allows you to operate this player using
the TV remote control by displaying the control
panel on the TV screen.
Copy guard
This function prevents copying. You cannot copy
discs marked by the copyright holder with a signal
which prevents copying.
Deep Colour
Deep Colour can reproduce rich colours, increasing
the number of bits describing colours.
This lets you select things like the subtitle language
or audio format using a menu stored on the DVD
video disc.
Dolby Digital
A sound system developed by Dolby Laboratories
Inc. that gives movie theatre ambience to audio
output when the product is connected to a Dolby
Digital processor or amplifier.
Dolby Digital Plus (page 54)
A sound system developed as an extension to Dolby
Digital. This audio coding technology supports 7.1
multi-channel surround sound.
Dolby TrueHD (page 54)
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 bitfor-bit.
DTS
This is a digital sound system developed by DTS,
Inc. for use in cinemas.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio (page 54)
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is a new technology
developed for the next generation high definition
optical disc format.
DTS-HD Master Audio (page 54)
DTS-HD Master Audio is a lossless audio
compression technology developed for the next
generation high definition optical disc format.
Appendix
A BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) is a recordable,
write-once Blu-ray Disc. Since contents can be
recorded and cannot be overwritten, a BD-R can be
used to archive data or for storing and distributing
video material.
BD-RE (pages 9, 25)
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Glossary
DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential
DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential is a lossless audio
compression technology developed for the next
generation high definition optical disc format.
DVD upscaling (page 25)
Upscaling (upconverting) refers to a function of
various players and devices that enlarge the image
size to fit the size of the screen of video equipments
such as a TV.
DVD video (pages 9, 25)
A disc format that contains up to eight hours of
moving pictures on a disc the same diameter as
a CD. A single-layer single sided DVD holds up to
4.7 GB; a double layer single-sided DVD, 8.5 GB; a
single layer double-sided DVD, 9.4 GB; double-layer
double-sided DVD, 17 GB. The MPEG 2 format was
adopted for efficient video data compression. It is
a variable rate technology that encodes the data to
according to the status of the video for reproducing
high-quality images. Audio information is recorded
in a multi-channel format such as Dolby Digital,
allowing for a realistic audio presence.
DVD+/-R (pages 9, 25)
A DVD+/-R is a recordable, write-once DVD.
Since contents can be recorded and cannot be
overwritten, a DVD+/-R can be used to archive data
or for storing and distributing video material. The
DVD+/-R has two different formats: VR format and
Video format. DVDs created in Video format have
the same format as a DVD video, while discs created
in VR (Video Recording) format allow the contents to
be programmed or edited.
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DVD+/-RW (pages 9, 25)
Linear PCM Sound (pages 12, 42, 54)
HDMI (page 16)
MP3 (pages 9–11, 32, 34)
A DVD+/-RW is a recordable and rewritable DVD.
The re-recordable feature makes editing possible.
The DVD+/-RW has two different formats: VR format
and Video format. DVDs created in Video format
have the same format as a DVD video, while discs
created in VR (Video Recording) format allow the
contents to be programmed or edited.
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 multi-channel audio signals to AV components
such as HDMI equipped TVs, in digital form without
degradation.
Infrastructure mode (page 19)
Infrastructure mode is a wireless LAN
communication format. This performs wireless
communication through an access point.
Interlace format
Interlace format shows every other line of an image
as a single “field” and is the standard method for
displaying images on television. The even numbered
field shows the even numbered lines of an image,
and the odd numbered field shows the odd
numbered lines of an image.
JPEG (pages 9–11, 33, 34)
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a still
image data compression format and is used in most
of digital cameras.
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 video discs and
between 48 kHz with 16 bits and 192 kHz with 24
bits on BD video discs.)
MP3 files are audio data compressed in the
MPEG1/2 Audio layer-3 file format. “MP3 files” have
“.mp3” as extensions.
MPEG-2
MPEG-2 (Moving Picture Experts Group phase 2) is
one of the video data compression schemes, which
is adopted for DVD videos and digital broadcasts
worldwide. Some Blu-ray Discs also use high bitrate
MPEG-2.
Multi Angle (pages 37–39)
This is a feature of DVD and BD video discs. In
some discs, the same scene is shot from different
angles, and these are stored in a single disc so you
can enjoy playback from each angle. (This function
can be enjoyed if the disc is recorded with multiple
angles.)
Multi Audio (pages 37–39)
This is a feature of DVD and BD video discs. This
function makes it possible to record different audio
tracks for the same video, so you can enhance your
enjoyment by switching the audio. (You can enjoy
this function with discs recorded with multiple audio
tracks.)
Glossary
Parental control (page 44)
In some digital broadcasts and BD/DVD video discs,
a control level for disc viewing is set depending on
the age of the viewer. With this Player, you can set
the control level for viewing such broadcasts and
discs.
Pop-up menu (page 27)
An enhanced menu operation available on BD video
discs. The pop-up menu appears when POP-UP
MENU is pressed during playback, and can be
operated while playback is in progress.
Progressive format
Compared to the Interlace format that alternately
shows every other line of an image (field) to create
one frame, the Progressive format shows the entire
image at once as a single frame. This means that
while the Interlace format can show 30 frames/60
fields in one second, the Progressive format
can show 60 frames in one second. The overall
picture quality increases and still images, text, and
horizontal lines appear sharper.
Time number (pages 14, 39)
This indicates the play time which has elapsed from
the start of a disc or a title. It can be used to find a
specific scene quickly. (It may not work with some
discs.)
Title number (pages 38, 39)
These numbers are recorded on DVD and Blu-ray
discs. When a disc contains two or more movies,
these movies are numbered as title 1, title 2, etc.
Top menu (page 26)
In a BD/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”.
Track number (pages 38, 39)
These numbers are assigned to the tracks which are
recorded on audio CDs. They enable specific tracks
to be located quickly.
x.v.Colour
Region code (page 9)
Code identifying a geographic region of
compatibility for a BD/DVD.
x.v.Colour reproduces a greater range of colour than
before, showing almost all of the colours that the
human eye can detect. (Applicable for JPEG files
only with this system)
Resume playback (page 25)
YouTube (page 55)
If you stop playback while it is in progress, the
Player stores the stop position in memory, and this
function lets you playback from that point.
YouTube is a website where users can upload and
view video content, such as video clips and TV clips.
You can watch the content streamed on your TV.
Skip (pages 29, 30, 32, 33, 35)
This returns to the start of the chapter (or track)
being played, or skips to the next chapter (or track).
Subtitles (pages 37–39)
Appendix
These are the lines of text appearing at the bottom
of the screen which translate or transcribe the
dialogue. They are recorded on many DVD and BD
video discs.
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Network Service Disclaimer
This Sharp device facilitates the access to content and services provided by third parties. The content and services accessible via this device belong to and may be
proprietary to third parties. Therefore, any use of such third party content and services must be in accordance with any authorisation or terms of use provided by
such content or service provider. Sharp shall not be liable to you or any third party for your failure to abide by such authorisation or terms of use. Unless otherwise
specifically authorised by the applicable content or service provider, all third party content and services provided are for personal and non-commercial use; you may
not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, upload, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer or sell in any manner or medium any
content or services available via this device.
Sharp is not responsible, nor liable, for customer service-related issues related to the third party content or services. Any questions, comments or service-related
inquiries relating to the third party content or service should be made directly to the applicable content or service provider.
You may not be able to access content or services from the device for a variety of reasons which may be unrelated to the device itself, including, but not limited to,
power failure, other Internet connection, or failure to configure your device properly. Sharp, its directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors and affiliates shall
not be liable to you or any third party with respect to such failures or maintenance outages, regardless of cause or whether or not it could have been avoided.
ALL THIRD PARTY CONTENT OR SERVICES ACCESSIBLE VIA THIS DEVICE IS PROVIDED TO YOU ON AN “AS-IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE” BASIS AND SHARP AND
ITS AFFILIATES MAKE NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND TO YOU, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY WARRANTIES OF SUITABILITY, AVAILABILITY,
ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, SECURITY, TITLE, USEFULNESS, LACK OF NEGLIGENCE OR ERROR-FREE OR UNINTERRUPTED OPERATION OR USE OF THE
CONTENT OR SERVICES PROVIDED TO YOU OR THAT THE CONTENT OR SERVICES WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR EXPECTATIONS.
SHARP IS NOT AN AGENT OF AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF THIRD PARTY CONTENT OR SERVICE PROVIDERS, NOR
ANY ASPECT OF THE CONTENT OR SERVICE RELATED TO SUCH THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS.
IN NO EVENT WILL SHARP AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER THE THEORY OF LIABILITY IS BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF WARRANTY,
STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE AND WHETHER OR NOT SHARP AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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About Software License
Information on the Software License for This Product
Software composition
The software included in this product is comprised of various software components whose individual copyrights are held by SHARP or by third parties.
Software developed by SHARP and open source software
The copyrights for the software components and various relevant documents included with this product that were developed or written by SHARP are owned
by SHARP and are protected by the Copyright Act, international treaties, and other relevant laws. This product also makes use of freely distributed software and
software components whose copyrights are held by third parties. These include software components covered by a GNU General Public License (hereafter GPL), a
GNU Lesser General Public License (hereafter LGPL) or other license agreement.
Obtaining source code
Some of the open source software licensors require the distributor to provide the source code with the executable software components. GPL and LGPL include
similar requirements. For information on obtaining the source code for the open source software and for obtaining the GPL, LGPL, and other license agreement
information, visit the following website:
http://www.sharp-eu.com/gpl
We are unable to answer any questions about the source code for the open source software. The source code for the software components whose copyrights are
held by SHARP is not distributed.
Acknowledgements
The following open source software components are included in this product:
• cairo • Curl • DirectFB • Droid Sans font • Droid Sans Fallback font • Fltk • FreeType • Giflib • glib • Icu • Jpeg • Libpng • LibPThread
• Librt • libsoup • Libstdc++ • libxml2 • OpenSSL • pango • swfdec • Webkit • zlib • linux kernel • uClibc • modutils • NanoXML
• org.apache.oro.text.regex • libsysfs • mtd/jffs2 • ncurses • libiconv • libusb • busybox • bash • libmpeg2 • libjpeg • FontConfig
Software License Notice
Software License Notice Requirements
The software components incorporated into this product include components whose copyright holders require license notices. The license notices for these software
components are shown below.
OpenSSL License
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org)
Original SSLeay License
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
BSD License
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
Appendix
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End of Life Disposal
A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households)
1. In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin!
Attention: Your player and the
wireless LAN adapter (supplied
with BD-HP35S only) are marked
with this symbol. It means that
used electrical and electronic
products should not be mixed with
general household waste. There
is a separate collection system for
these products.
Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling
of used electrical and electronic equipment. Following the implementation by member states, private households within the EU states may return their used
electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of charge*. In some countries* your local retailer may also take back your old product
free of charge if you purchase a similar new one.
*) Please contact your local authority for further details.
If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of these separately beforehand according to local requirements.
By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential
negative effects on the environment and human health which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard this product or the adapter, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to the dealer, even if you don’t purchase a new product. Further collection
facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
B. Information on Disposal for Business Users
1. In the European Union
If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it:
Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back of the product. You might be charged for the costs arising from take-back and
recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by your local collection facilities.
For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local authority for take-back of your used products.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard of this product or the adapter, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Information on Battery Disposal
The battery supplied with this product contains traces of Lead.
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the general household waste! There is a separate collection system for used
batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with legislation. Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling
schemes.
For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point.
For other non-EU countries: Please contact your local authority for correct method of disposal of the used battery.
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Memo
Appendix
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SHARP CORPORATION
SHARP ELECTRONICS (EUROPE) GmbH
Sonninstraße 3, 20097 Hamburg, Germany
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