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Manuel d’Utilisation
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HDR5750
HDR5710
For further assistance, call the customer support service in your
country.
To obtain assistance in the U.S.A., Canada, Puerto Rico, or the U.S.
Virgin Islands, contact Philips Customer Care Center at 1-866-3100744
Pour obtenir de l’aide supplémentaire, communiquez avec le centre
de service à la clientèle de votre pays.
Pour obtenir de l’aide aux États-Unis, au Canada, à Puerto Rico ou aux
Îles Vierges américaines, communiquez avec le centre de service à la
clientèle Philips au: 1-866-310-0744
Para obtener más información, llame al servicio de soporte al cliente
de su país.
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o en las Islas Vírgenes de los Estados Unidos, comuníquese con Centro
de atención al cliente de Philips a 1-866-310-0744
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1. INTRODUCTION
Safety Information
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Know these
safety symbols
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended
to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. APPARATUS SHALL NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND NO OBJECTS
FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
CAUTION:
ATTENTION:
To prevent electric shock,match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
The symbol for CLASS ll (Double Insulation)
The important note and rating are located on the rear or bottom of the cabinet.
For Customer Use
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the cabinet.
Retain this information for future reference.
Model No. ______________________________
Serial No. ______________________________
Visit our World Wide Web Site at http://www.philips.com/support
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
8.
9.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. 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.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply 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.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
To Avoid the Hazards of Electrical Shock and Fire
• Do Not handle the Power Cord with Wet Hands.
• Do Not Pull on the Power Cord when disconnecting it from an AC outlet. Grasp it by the Plug.
• Do Not put your Fingers or Objects into the Unit.
Location and Handling
• Do Not install the Unit in direct sunlight, near strong magnetic fields, or in a place subject to dust or strong vibration.
• Avoid a place with drastic temperature changes.
• Install the unit in a horizontal and stable position. Do not place anything directly on top or bottom of the unit.
Depending on your external devices, noise or disturbance of the picture and / or sound may be generated if the unit is
placed too close to them. In this case, please ensure enough space between the external devices and the unit.
• Depending on the environment, the Temperature of this Unit may increase slightly. This is not a malfunction.
• Be sure to Unplug the AC Power cord from the AC outlet before Removing the Unit.
Dew Condensation Warning
• Dew condensation may form inside the unit in the following conditions. If so, do not use this unit at least for a few hours
until its inside gets dry.
– The unit is moved from a cold place to a warm place.
– Under conditions of high humidity.
– After heating a cold room.
FCC WARNING
This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful
interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this
equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
RADIO-TV INTERFERENCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe (B) est
conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Supplementary Television Receiving Apparatus – Appareil supplémentaire de réception de télévision, Canada
BETS-7 / NTMR-7.
Disconnect the AC plug to shut Off when trouble is found or not in use.The AC plug shall remain readily operable.
CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
WARNING: Batteries (Battery pack or battery installed) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
IMPORTANT COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
Unauthorized copying, broadcasting, public performance and lending of discs are prohibited. 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.
Do not place the unit on the furniture that is capable of being tilted by a child and an adult leaning, pulling, standing or climbing on
it. A falling unit can cause serious injury or even death.
This apparatus should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided. Make
sure to leave a space of 3.9 inches (10cm) or more around this apparatus.
Never use a gas duster on this unit. The gas trapped inside of this unit may cause ignition and explosion.
Do Not Connect your PC directly to the LAN terminal of the Unit.
Maintenance
■ Servicing
• Please refer to relevant topics on ‘Troubleshooting’ on pages 72-75 when trouble is found.
• If this unit becomes inoperative, do not try to correct the problem on your own. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Disconnect the USB-HDD or USB Memory Stick (if connected to the unit), place the unit into Standby mode,
unplug the AC power plug, and please contact: 1-866-310-0744 or visit :
www.philips.com/support
■ Cleaning the cabinet
• Wipe the front panel and other exterior surfaces of the unit with a soft cloth.
• Never use a solvent, thinner, benzene or alcohol to clean the unit. Do not spray insecticide liquid near the unit. Such
chemicals may discolor the surface or damage the unit.
■ HDD (Hard Disk Drive) handling
• HDD is a precision apparatus that is susceptible to vibration, strong impact or dirt. Depending on the installation
environment or handling, the unit may become partially damaged or in the worst case, recording or replaying may not be
available. Especially while the HDD is in motion, do not subject it to vibration or strong impact or pull out the power plug.
And if a power failure occurs, the content of the recording / replaying program may be lost.
• HDD rotates at high speed when in operation. Be sure that rotation has stopped and then move the unit without
subjecting it to strong impact or vibration.
■ IR signal check
• If the Remote Control does Not work properly, you can test IR signal using a Digital Camera or Cell Phone Camera to see
if the Remote Control sends out the infrared signal.
1. Turn On the Digital or Cell Phone Camera.
2. Point the Digital or Cell Phone Camera towards the front of the Remote Control.
3. Press any Arrow key on the Remote Control and look at the Camera Display.
• If a pulsating light appears on the Display the Remote Control is sending out an IR signal.
Note(s)
• Some Cameras have an IR Filter and will not display the IR signal.
• Remote-control operation on any other remote control, such as a universal remote control, is not
guaranteed.
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Notice
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Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips N.V. or their respective
owners. P&F USA reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
The material in this manual is believed adequate for the intended use of the system. If the product, or its individual modules or
procedures, are used for purposes other than those specified herein, confirmation of their validity and suitability must be obtained.
P&F USA warrants that the material itself does not infringe any United States patents. No further warranty is expressed or implied.
P&F USA cannot be held responsible neither for any errors in the content of this document nor for any problems as a result of the
content in this document. Errors reported to P&F USA will be adapted and published on the P&F USA support website as soon as
possible.
Warranty
No components are user serviceable. Do not open or remove covers to the inside of the product. Repairs may only be done
by Service Centers and official repair shops. Failure to do so shall void any warranty, stated or implied. Any operation expressly
prohibited in this manual, any adjustments, or assembly procedures not recommended or authorized in this manual shall void the
warranty.
Important
Registering your model with Philips makes you eligible for all of the valuable benefits listed below, so don’t miss out. Register online
at www.productrecords.com/phl to ensure:
Product Safety Notification
By registering your product you receive notification - directly from the manufacturer - in the rare case of a product recall or safety
defect.
Additional Benefits of Product Ownership
Registering your product guarantees that you receive all of the privileges to which you’re entitled, including special money-saving
offers.
For further assistance
For further assistance, call the customer support service in your country.
• To obtain assistance in the U.S.A., Canada, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands, contact Philips Customer Care Center at
1-866-310-0744
Environmental care
The packaging of this product is intended to be recycled.
Contact your local authorities for information about how to recycle the packaging.
For product recycling information, please visit - www.recycle.philips.com
End of life directives
Philips pays a lot of attention to produce environment-friendly products in green focal areas. Your new Digital Video Recorder
contains materials which can be recycled and reused. At the end of its life, specialized companies can dismantle the discarded Digital
Video Recorder to concentrate the reusable materials and to minimize the amount of materials to be disposed of. Please ensure
you dispose of your old Digital Video Recorder according to local regulations.
Disposal of used batteries
The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy metals mercury and cadmium. Nevertheless, in many areas batteries may not be
disposed of with your household waste. Please ensure you dispose of batteries according to local regulations.
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LICENSE
Trademark Information
This product includes some open source software that is
subject to the GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU
Lesser General Public License (LGPL) and/or copyright licenses,
disclaims and notices. You can confirm further information
about these by pressing [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “License”. If you are interested in obtaining GPL
source code used in this product, please contact P &F USA, Inc.,
PO Box 430 Daleville, IN 47334-0430 U.S.A.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and
other countries.
Supplied Accessories
Remote Control
with AAA (1.5 V) battery x2
/'07
RF coaxial cable
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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Netflix and the Netflix logo are trademarks or registered
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User Manual
CinemaNow and the CinemaNow logo are trademarks of
BestBuy Stores L.P. and BestBuy Canada LTD.
YouTube and the YouTube logo are trademarks of Google Inc.
Quick Start Guide
The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
ENERGY STAR® is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping
us all save money and protect the environment through energy
efficient products and practices.
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Table of Contents
Safety Information ................................. 2
Maintenance.....................................................................................4
Notice ...................................................................................................5
Warranty............................................................................................5
Important...........................................................................................5
Environmental care ....................................................................5
Disposal of used batteries ....................................................5
LICENSE .............................................................................................6
Supplied Accessories ................................................................6
Trademark Information ..........................................................6
Table of Contents ................................... 7
Features .................................................... 9
Functional Overview ........................... 10
Front Panel.....................................................................................10
Rear Panel.......................................................................................10
Remote Control ........................................................................11
2. CONNECTIONS
Connection ............................................ 13
Antenna Connection (Required) ................................13
Connecting to a TV
Using Audio / Video cables ..............................................14
Connecting to a TV Using an HDMI cable..........15
Connecting to a Cable / Satellite Box......................16
Connecting to a USB-HDD ............................................17
Digital Audio Connection .................................................18
Connection to the Network ..........................................19
3. INITIAL SETUP
Before You Start................................... 21
Finding the Viewing Channel on your TV.............21
4. VIEWING TV
While Viewing TV ................................ 24
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1. INTRODUCTION
Channel Selection ....................................................................24
Channel List ..................................................................................24
Detailed Information on the Program.....................24
Audio Languages.......................................................................24
Closed Caption ......................................................................... 25
Noise Reduction ...................................................................... 25
Switching between HDD Mode / USB-HDD
Mode ................................................................................................. 25
5. INSTALLATION
Guide to the Home Menu................................................26
Channel Installation............................. 26
Autoprogram (Auto Channel Scan) .........................26
Weak Channel Installation ................................................27
Installation Mode ......................................................................27
Skipping Channels ....................................................................27
Clock Setup............................................ 28
Clock Setting (Manual) ........................................................28
Clock Setting (Auto) ..............................................................28
Time Zone .....................................................................................28
Daylight Saving Time..............................................................28
Audio Setup ........................................... 29
Digital Audio Language........................................................29
Alternate Audio.........................................................................29
Mono / Stereo.............................................................................29
Child Lock .............................................. 29
Channel Lock ...............................................................................29
Setting TV and Movie Ratings ........................................30
Canadian English / Canadian French Ratings ......31
Changing PIN Code ............................. 31
Initial Setup............................................ 21
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6. RECORDING
Information on Recording .................. 32
Guide to Display........................................................................32
Before Recording.................................. 33
Setting for Auto Chapter ...................................................33
Basic Recording &
One-Touch Timer Recording............. 33
Timer Recording .................................. 35
Hints for Timer Recording ................................................37
Dubbing .................................................. 38
Information on Dubbing .....................................................38
Selected Title Dubbing ........................................................39
7. PLAYBACK
Information on Playback..................... 41
Guide to a Title List ................................................................41
Hint for HDD / USB-HDD Playback .......................41
Resume Point...............................................................................41
Basic Playback ....................................... 42
Direct Playback...........................................................................42
Playback from the Title List ..............................................42
Pause...................................................................................................42
Special Playback ................................... 42
Fast Forward / Fast Reverse Playback......................42
Variable Skip / Variable Replay.......................................42
Chasing Playback during Recording and
Simultaneous Playback and Recording ....................42
Chapter Skip.................................................................................42
Selecting Audio/Video Format ......... 43
Switching Audio Languages ..............................................43
Switching Closed Caption .................................................43
Reducing Block Noise ...........................................................43
9. SOFTWARE
Software ................................................. 47
Software Information............................................................47
Software Update ......................................................................47
Automatically Check for Latest Software ............48
10. NETWORK
Network Settings ................................. 49
USB-HDD Connection.......................................................55
Net TV .................................................... 58
Before Using Network Services...................................58
Information on Network Services..............................58
Deactivation of Network Services.............................58
11. FUNCTION SETUP
List of Settings....................................... 59
Setups...................................................... 65
Video / Audio ..............................................................................66
Display ...............................................................................................67
HDMI .................................................................................................70
Playback / Recording ..............................................................70
Other .................................................................................................71
12. OTHERS
Troubleshooting.................................... 72
Error Message .............................................................................75
Glossary .................................................. 76
Specifications......................................... 77
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED
WARRANTY ........................................ 78
8. EDITING
Deleting a Title .......................................................................... 44
Deleting Multiple Titles....................................................... 44
Renaming a Title........................................................................45
Protecting a Title.......................................................................45
Media Management ............................. 46
Deleting All Recording Data
on the HDD / USB-HDD .................................................46
Renaming USB-HDD............................................................46
Protecting a USB-HDD ......................................................46
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Playback
Features
■ Variable Skip / Replay
Recording
■ Program Recording
You can program up to 100 programs. Also, Daily / Weekly
program mode is available.
■ One-Touch Timer Recording (OTR)
You can easily set a recording time. Every time [ REC ]
is pressed during recording, the recording time will be
increased by 15 minutes up to 4 hours. The recording will
automatically stop when the recording reaches the time you
set or the HDD / USB-HDD is full.
■ Auto-Chapter Function
Chapter marks will be inserted based on the interval you set
before recording.
■ High Definition broadcast can be recorded in
High Definition picture quality.
■ This Unit Cannot Record Analog Broadcasting.
You can Skip Forward or Backward a certain time, which is
specified in the “Playback / Recording” Menu in advance, by
simply pressing the SKIP ( ) or REPLAY ( ) buttons during
Playback.
■ Chasing Playback during Recording and
simultaneous Playback / Recording
You can Play back the already Recorded part of the Current
Recording or another Title during Recording.
■ VOD service (NETFLIX / Vudu)
This Unit allows you to Play back the Files Purchased or
Rented from VOD (Video-On-Demand) services. Use the
Remote Control to browse each one of the VOD service
pages. The Files are available on the Internet. When you
Purchase or Rent VOD Files on the Internet, you will be
asked to enter a Registration code and a Deactivation code.
This Menu provides you with both Codes.
■ YouTube
This Unit lets you enjoy Video-sharing services provided on
YouTube. Use the Remote Control to browse YouTube. You
can Play contents uploaded by individuals and much more, all
on your TV screen.
(Analog Broadcasting via Cable Box is also not
available.)
■ USB-HDD (External)
You can connect an external USB-HDD device to this unit.
Connect a USB-HDD with 32GB to 4TB capacity. (The unit
will return an error when a USB-HDD with less than 32GB
or more than 4TB is connected.)
This unit supports Bus-powered USB-HDD’s.
Editing
■ Deleting a Title
You may Delete a Recorded Title.
■ Rename a Title
You can put your Favorite name(s) on Titles.
■ HDR5710: MAX. 500GB formatted capacity HDD
(Internal)
This unit is equipped with a 500GB HDD which allows
you to Record programs for up to a total of 50 HD hours.
You can record a single program for up to 8 hours at a
time in Timer Recording or 4 hours using One-Touch Timer
Recording.
■ HDR5750: MAX. 1TB formatted capacity HDD
(Internal)
This unit is equipped with a 1TB HDD which allows you to
Record programs for up to a total of 100 HD hours. You can
record a single program for up to 8 hours at a time in Timer
Recording or 4 hours using One-Touch Timer Recording.
Dubbing
You can Dub Titles bi-directionally between an HDD and
a USB-HDD, and also select Copy or Move.
■ Multiple Title Dubbing
You can Dub up to 36 Titles at once.
■ Simultaneous Operation
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This unit lets you record Digital broadcast programs to the
internal HDD (Hard Disk Drive) or USB-HDD (USB external
HDD hooked up to this unit).
Others
■ HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
You can enjoy clearer Audio/Video Output by connecting
this Unit to a Display device with an HDMI Input port.
■ LAN Terminal / Internal Wireless LAN adapter
Connects the LAN Terminal or Wireless LAN adapter to
access the Internet.
■ Closed Caption decoder
Built-in Closed Caption decoder displays text for Closed
Caption supported programs.
■ Child Lock
This feature allows you to Block children's access to
inappropriate programs.
■ Auto Power Off
If there is No Operation for 3 hours, the Unit will go into
Standby mode automatically.
■ Choices for On-screen Language
Select your On-screen Language: English, Spanish or French.
You can also enjoy the Playback, the Recording and/or the
Net TV simultaneously during Dubbing.
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Functional Overview
Front Panel
1
1.
2.
(Power-ON) Indicator
REC Indicator
Status Indicator
Power-On
Indicator (White)
Solid
Blinking
Solid
Solid
No Light
and
and
and
and
and
Blinking
and
REC Indicator
Indicates...
(Red)
No Light
Power ON
No Light
Starting Up
Solid
Recording
Blinking
Recording Paused
No Light
Standby
Unmatched Remote
Control Code (at
Blinking
Power ON)
3.
3
2
Infrared Sensor Window
Receives IR Signal from your Remote Control so that you
can Control the Unit from a distance.
Note(s)
• The REC Indicator will blink in Standby mode if the Clock
Setting is Not Completed, the Unit is acquiring Auto Clock
Data, from 2 minutes before the Programmed Starting
Time, or if the Unit and the Remote Control’s Remote
Control Code does Not match. This is Not a malfunction.
Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
ANTENNA
R
IN
HDMI OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
AC plug
(HDD)
OUT
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
AC Power Cord
• Connect to a standard AC outlet to supply power to
this Unit.
• Unplug this cord from the AC outlet to completely
shut down the Unit.
ANTENNA IN jack
Use to connect an Antenna / Cable Box / Satellite
Receiver for TV pass through only.
AUDIO OUT jacks
Use to connect a TV monitor, AV Receiver or other
devices with a set of RCA audio cable.
VIDEO OUT jack
Use to connect a TV monitor, AV receiver or other
device with an RCA video cable.
ANTENNA OUT jack
Use to connect an RF Coaxial cable to pass the Signal to
the ANTENNA IN on your TV.
HDMI OUT jack
Use to connect this unit and the Display with an HDMI
cable.
7.
8.
6
7
8
LAN terminal
Use a shielded LAN cable to connect to a Network
device (Hub, Broadband Router, Modem, etc.)
USB input
Use to connect a USB-HDD or USB Memory Stick with
a Software Update File.
Note(s)
• Do Not Touch the Inner Pins of the Jacks on the Rear
Panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent
damage to the Unit.
• This Unit does not have an RF Modulator.
• Do Not Connect any Devices other than the USB-HDD
or the USB Memory Stick into the USB Input.
• USB Memory Stick can be used Only for a Software Update.
(USB card reader, MP3 player, Digital camera, PC, keyboard,
mouse, etc. cannot be used.)
• When connecting a USB-HDD or USB Memory Stick,
connect it directly to the USB Input. Do not use a USB
Extension cable.
• Make sure to Power-Off this Unit and the USB-HDD before
Disconnecting the USB-HDD.
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Remote Control
Installing the Batteries in the Remote Control
Note(s)
Incorrect use of batteries can result in hazards such as leakage
and bursting. Please observe the following:
• Lithium or ni-cad and ni-mh rechargeable batteries are
not recommended to use for Remote Control.
• Do not mix different types of batteries such as alkaline
and standard (carbon-zinc).
• Do not mix new and old batteries together.
• Do not use different kinds of batteries together.
Although they may look similar, different batteries may have
different voltages.
• Make sure that the + and - ends of each battery match
the indications in the battery compartment.
• Remove batteries from battery compartment that is not
going to be used for a month or more.
• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with
Governmental regulations or Environmental Public
Instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area.
• Do Not recharge, short-circuit, heat, burn or disassemble
batteries.
30˚
16 feet (5m)
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Install 2 AAA (1.5V) batteries matching the polarity indicated
inside battery compartment of the remote control.
Using the Remote Control
Keep in mind the following when using the Remote Control
• Make sure that there are No Obstacles between the
Remote Control and the Infrared Sensor Window on the
unit.
• You need to set both the Unit and the Remote Control
to the Same Code. (The Default setting for the Remote
Control is “Code1”) Refer to page 71 for more information
on Remote Control Code.
• Remote operation may become unreliable if Strong
Sunlight or Fluorescent light is shining on the Infrared
Sensor Window on the unit.
• Remote Controls for different Devices can interfere with
each other. Avoid using Remote Controls from other
Devices which are located close to the unit.
• Replace the Batteries when you notice a fall off in the
operating range of the Remote Control.
• The Maximum Operable ranges from the Unit are as
follows.
– Line of sight: approx. 23 feet (7m)
– Either side of the center:
approx. 16 feet (5m) within 30°
– Above: approx. 16 feet (5m) within 15°
– Below: approx. 10 feet (3m) within 30°
30˚
23 feet (7m)
16 feet (5m)
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8.
1
2*
3
4
5
6
15*
16
17
18
19
20
21
7
9.
BACK button
• Press to Return to the previously displayed Menu or
Screen.
• Press to Exit from the various Screen or Window.
(home) button
• Press to Display the Home Menu.
10. DISPLAY button
• Press to Turn the Display Menu On or Off.
11 INFO button
• Press to display Information about the current program
or the title currently playing.
12. YOUTUBE button*
• Press to Start up YouTube.
13. Number buttons
22*
8
9
10
11
12*
• Press to select Channel numbers.
(Dot) button
• Press the Dot and Minor Number buttons to select
the Minor part of the Digital Channel Selection using
Number and Dot buttons [e.g. 6 → . → 1 = Ch 6.1].
23
14. REC button
24
15. VUDU button*
• Press Once to Start Recording.
• Press Repeatedly to Start the OTR (One-Touch Timer
Recording) and set the Recording Time.
• Press to Start up VUDU.
16. B (Play) button
13
• Press to Start Playback or Resume Playback.
17. D (Fast Forward) button
• During Playback, press to Fast Forward the Playback.
14
18. G (Next) button
• During Playback, press to Skip to the next Chapter.
19. F (Pause) button
• Press to Pause Playback or Recording.
20. TITLE LIST button
1.
(Power-ON) button
21. OK button
• Press to Start up NETFLIX.
22. NET TV button*
2.
NETFLIX button*
3.
E (Rewind) button
4.
5.
6.
7.
• Press to display the Title List
• Press to Turn On the unit or to Turn the unit into
Standby mode. (To completely shut down the unit, you
must unplug the AC power cord)
• During Playback press to Fast Reverse the playback.
H (Previous) button
• During Playback, press H to Return to the Beginning
of the Current Chapter and then Press H as needed
to go back to Previous Chapter(s).
C (Stop) button
• Press to stop Playback or Recording.
MENU button
• Press to display the Sub Menu.
/
/
/
(Cursor) buttons
• Press to select Items or Settings.
REPLAY ( ) button
SKIP ( ) button
• During Playback, press to Skip or Rewind for a certain
amount of time as long as they are pressed.
• Press to Confirm or Determine the selected Item in
the Menu. If Tuner Signal is Received, the Channel List
will be Displayed.
• Press to Display Net TV.
23. CH +/− buttons
• Press to Change the Channel Up or Down.
• Press to Move page Up or Down.
24. red/green/yellow/blue button
• Functionally useful for Net service.
* Net Service will be activated by pressing this button.
Note(s)
• If using a universal Remote, please check for any additional
Remote Code or contact the Manufacturer for additional
assistances.
• Cannot guarantee about third party’s Remote Controls.
Please contact the Remote manufacturer if you have any
problem with it.
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2. CONNECTIONS
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Connection
■ Read this First:
1. Disconnect the AC Power cords of this unit, TV and other devices from the AC outlet.
2. Make the Connections as illustrated below.
3. After making All the Connections, connect the AC power cords of the devices.
Antenna Connection (Required)
Rear of this Unit
RF Coaxial
cable
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
IN
R
HDMI OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
ANT. IN
OUT
(HDD)
This Connection is
for TV Pass
Through Only
ANTENNA
VHF / UHF
antenna
IN
OUT
RF Coaxial
cable
or
Cable TV
Caution
• Do Not use a Tightening Tool when connecting a F-type Coaxial cable connector to this Unit.
If the Coaxial cable is connected too tightly using a Tightening Tool, the Antenna Input Jack may be damaged.
Note(s)
• For your Safety and to avoid damage to the Device, please unplug the RF Coaxial cable from the ANTENNA IN / OUT jack
before moving the unit.
• If you use an Antenna to receive Analog TV, it should also work for DTV reception. Outdoor or Attic antennas will be
more effective than Set-top Indoor versions.
• ANTENNA OUT jack is for TV pass through only. HDD / USB-HDD playback through the RF is not supported.
■ Supplied Cables used in this Connection are as follows:
• RF Coaxial cable x 1
Please purchase the rest of the necessary Cables at your local store.
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Connecting to a TV Using Audio / Video cables
VIDEO IN
RCA Video cable
AUDIO IN
L
RCA Audio cable
R
AUDIO
OUT
L
R
VIDEO OUT
Rear of this Unit
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
R
IN
HDMI OUT
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
This Connection
is for TV Pass
Through Only
RF Coaxial
cable
ANT. IN
ANTENNA
VHF / UHF
antenna
IN
OUT
RF Coaxial
cable
or
Cable TV
■ Supplied cables used in this connection are as follows:
• RF Coaxial cable x 1
• RCA Audio (L/R) cable x 1
• RCA Video cable x 1
Please purchase the rest of the necessary Cables at your local store.
Note(s)
• Connect this unit directly to the TV. If the audio / video cables are connected to a VCR then the pictures may be distorted
due to the copyright protection system.
• When the HDMI Video Resolution is set to “Auto” or “1080p”, Video signals are not output from the Video Out jack
depending on your TV. (Refer to page 70.)
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Connecting to a TV Using an HDMI cable
HDMI outputs the Video / Audio signals without converting to Analog signals.
No Audio connection is required.
High Speed HDMI cable (also known as HDMI Category 2 cable) is recommended for Better Compatibility.
Use an HDMI cable with the HDMI logo (a certified HDMI cable) for this connection.
EN
•
•
•
•
HDMI OUT
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
HDMI IN
Rear of this Unit
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
R
HDMI OUT
OUT
HDMI
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
ANT. IN
ANTENNA
This Connection
is for TV Pass
Through Only
VHF / UHF
antenna
IN
Do Not Tilt the Connector when inserting it into the HDMI jack
and make sure the Shapes of the Jack and the Connector are
matched.
RF Coaxial
cable
RF Coaxial
cable
OUT
or
Cable TV
■ Supplied cables used in this connection are as follows:
• RF Coaxial cable x 1
Please purchase the rest of the necessary Cables at your local store.
Note(s)
• Some Devices with an HDMI input may not operate properly with this unit.
• When using an HDCP-incompatible Display Device, the Image will not be viewed properly.
• The Audio signals (including the sampling frequency, the number of channels and bit length) from the HDMI connector may
be limited by the Device that is connected.
• When this unit’s HDMI connector is connected to a DVI-D compatible monitor (HDCP compatible) with an HDMI-DVI
converter cable, the signals are output in digital RGB.
• When a Power Failure occurs or when you Unplug the Unit, some problems with the HDMI setting might occur. Please
Check and Set the HDMI Setting again.
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Connecting to a Cable / Satellite Box
HDMI OUT
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
HDMI IN
or
VIDEO IN
RCA Video cable
AUDIO IN
RCA Audio cable
L
R
R
AUDIO
OUT
L
Cable / Satellite Box
VIDEO OUT
ANT.OUT ANT. IN
ANT. IN
Rear of this Unit
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
IN
R
HDMI OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
This Connection is
for TV Pass Through
Only
Satellite
Dish
RF Coaxial cable
ANTENNA
OUT
(HDD)
IN
RF Coaxial
cable
RF Coaxial
cable
or
Cable TV
OUT
■ Supplied Cables used in this Connection are as follows:
• RF Coaxial cable x 1
• RCA Audio (L/R) cable x 1
• RCA Video cable x 1
Please purchase the rest of the necessary Cables at your local store.
Note(s)
• Required Cables and Connecting methods differ depending on the Cable / Satellite box.
For more information, please contact your Cable / Satellite Provider.
• You cannot Record One Channel while Watching another Channel.
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Connecting to a USB-HDD
R
IN
HDMI OUT
OUT
USB
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
EN
ANTENNA
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
USB cable
(not supplied)
AC plug
(Self-powerd
USB-HDD only)
(HDD)
Note(s)
• USB-HDD Registration Screen will appear if you connect Unregistered USB-HDD to this Unit. Please select “Yes” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ]. Move on to Step 2 in ‘Registering a USB-HDD’ on page 56.
• Do Not Turn Off the Unit or Unplug any Cable while the USB-HDD is Operating. Doing so Causes a Malfunction of the
USB-HDD.
• For a Self-powered USB-HDD, make sure to Turn Off the USB-HDD when Connecting it to the Unit or Disconnecting it
from the Unit.
After Turning Off the Unit, make sure All the LED Indicators on the Front Panel of the Unit are Off.
– Turning Off the unit or Disconnecting the USB-HDD while operating Causes Data Loss and Malfunction.
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Digital Audio Connection
HDMI Audio Connection
AV Receiver / Amplifier with an HDMI Input jack
Rear of this Unit
HDMI IN
HDMI cable
(NOT SUPPLIED)
HDMI OUT
ANTENNA
R
IN
HDMI OUT
AUDIO
OUT
L
LAN
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
OUT
Refer to page 70 to set up “HDMI Audio Out”.
Dolby Digital
Setting on this Unit
PCM
Bitstream
PCM
Bitstream
Audio format
Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus
LPCM
HDMI
2 channel PCM
Dolby Digital
2 channel PCM
Actual Output
■ Cables Not Supplied.
Please purchase the necessary Cables at your local store.
Note(s)
• The Audio source in a Dolby Digital multi channel Surround Format cannot be recorded as Digital Sound by an MD or
DAT deck.
• By Connecting this Unit to a Dolby Digital Decoder, you can enjoy High-quality Dolby Digital multi channel Surround
Sound as in Movie Theaters.
• Playing back a Recorded Title using incorrect Digital Audio Settings may generate Noise Distortion and also damage
Speakers.
2 Channel Analog Audio Connection
R
AUDIO
OUT
L
VIDEO OUT
Stereo System
Analog Audio
Input jacks
Rear of this Unit
ANTENNA
AUDIO IN
L
R
R
IN
HDMI OUT
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
RCA Audio cable
■ Supplied Cables used in these Connections are as follows:
• RCA Audio (L/R) cable x 1
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Connection to the Network
By connecting this unit to the Internet, you can update the Software via the Internet and access network services.
EN
Note(s)
• For a stable Connection, Wired Connection is recommended when using following Features.
(Using following Features with Wi-Fi Connection can be affected by other devices using Radio frequencies.)
– Video Streaming services
– Network Update
■ Wired Connection
Networking Equipment
(Modem, etc.)
Broadband Router or Hub
LAN
WAN
LAN
1
2
3
4
5
LAN cable
(not supplied)
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Rear of this Unit
Internet
LAN
ANTENNA
R
IN
HDMI OUT
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
LAN
L
VIDEO OUT
USB
(HDD)
Caution
• Do Not Insert any Cable other than a LAN cable to the LAN terminal to avoid damaging the Unit.
• Do Not Connect your PC directly to the LAN terminal of this Unit.
Note(s)
• After you made a Wired Connection, set up necessary Network Settings.
(For Network Setting of Wired Connection, refer to ‘Network Settings’ on page 49.)
• If your Modem does Not have Router Functions, connect a Wired Router.
• If your Modem has Router Functions but there is No Vacant port, add a Hub.
• For a Wired Router, use a Router which supports 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX ETHERNET standard.
• Please purchase Shielded LAN cables at your local store and use them when you Connect to Network equipment.
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■ Wi-Fi Router Connection
Networking Equipment
(Modem, etc.)
WAN
LAN
Wi-Fi Router
Internet
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Note(s)
• After you made the Wi-Fi Router Connection, set up necessary Network Settings.
(For the Network Setting of Wi-Fi Router Connection, refer to ‘Network Settings’ on page 49.)
• For a Wi-Fi Router, use a Router which supports IEEE 802.11 b/g/n.
(“n” type is recommended for stable operation of the Wi-Fi network.)
• Set the Wi-Fi Router to Infrastructure mode. This unit does Not support Ad-hoc mode.
• Other Radio devices or Obstacles may cause Interference to the Wi-Fi Network Connection.
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3. INITIAL SETUP
Please follow the instructions below to complete the Initial Setup.
1.
Finding the Viewing Channel on your
TV
Press [
unit.
2.
3.
Turn On your TV.
While the Welcome Screen is displayed,
press [ OK ].
• ‘Language Setting’ screen will appear.
• In Initial Setup, pressing [ BACK ] lets you go back to
the previous screen. Also, pressing [ / ] lets you
go back to the previous screen or go forward to the
next screen when it is available.
After you have completed All of the Connections to your TV,
review the Steps below.
1.
(Power-ON) ] to Turn On the
Language Setting
2.
Find the Button on the TV’s Remote
Control that accesses the External Source
Input. (The button may be labeled ‘Source’,
‘Select’ or ‘Input’. Refer to your TV’s user
manual.)
Press that Button Repeatedly until you see
the Welcome Screen on the TV screen.
Select your Language using [
press [ OK ].
Select your menu
language with the
Up/Down buttons
on your remote
control, press the
OK button to
proceed.
• If you see the Welcome Screen, that is the correct
viewing Source Input associated with this unit’s output.
Make sure to always select this Source Input on your
TV when using this unit.
• If the TV is connected using an HDMI cable, it may
take a few moments until the Welcome Screen
appears.
EN
Before You Start
Initial Setup
/
], then
/
], then
English
Français
Español
• ‘Country Setting’ screen will appear.
Country Setting
3.
Select your Country using [
press [ OK ].
• ‘Antenna / Cable Signal Setting’ screen will appear.
Antenna / Cable Signal Setting
4.
Select “Antenna” or “Cable” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
• Select “Antenna” for Terrestrial Broadcasting.
Select “Cable” for Cable Television. Then, Channel Scan
will begin.
• Select “Skip” if you wish to Skip this Setting.
System searching. Please wait...
Digital Channels found:
0
Analog Channels found:
0
Auto Channel Programming may take more than 20 Minutes to
complete. Digital will take longer than Analog Channels to find
and program the Channels. Please wait until you see the Auto
Programming Complete Message.
Stop
• If you wish to Skip Scanning, select “Stop” by pressing
[ OK ].
5.
Press [ OK ] on Finish.
• ‘Time Zone’ screen will appear.
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Time Zone
6.
A For “Wired” Connection
Select your Time Zone using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
1. After Connection Test, the Test result will be
displayed. Press [ OK ] on “Info” for detailed Network
Information, then press [ OK ] on “Next” to complete
the Network Setup.
• Please move on to ‘Auto Update Setting’ on page 23.
Time adjustment for each Time Zone
Atlantic
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 4 hours
Eastern
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 5 hours
Central
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 6 hours
Mountain GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 7 hours
Pacific
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 8 hours
Alaska
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 9 hours
Hawaii
GMT (Greenwich Mean Time ) - 10 hours
B For “Wireless” Connection
Select “Easy Connect” or “Scan” using [
[ OK ].
Clock Setting
Enter Year / Month / Day / Hour / Minute
and select AM or PM using [ / / / ],
then press [ OK ].
• You can also use [ the Number buttons ] to Enter
a Number.
/
• You can Move between the Input Fields using [
].
• If you wish to automatically set Daylight Saving Time,
leave DST ON.
Press [ OK ] on “Next”.
• ‘Network Setting’ screen will appear.
Network Setting
If you wish to proceed with the Network Setting, perform this
setting. If you wish to skip this setting, select “Skip” using [ / ],
then press [ OK ]. Move on to ‘Auto Update Setting’ on page 23.
9.
Select “Next” using [
[ OK ].
/
Wired
Wireless
This Setting automatically Searches for
Wireless Networks.
*1 WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button may be called
PBC (Push Button Configuration) button on your
Wireless Router.
*2 If it Continuously fails, then refer to the Router’s
Manual for more details.
1. Press the WPS button on your Wireless Router.
2. Return to this Unit within 2 minutes, select “Connect”
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• Connection Test will start automatically.
3. After Connection Test, the Test result will be
displayed. Press [ OK ] on “Info” for detailed Network
Information, then press [ OK ] on “Next” to complete
the Network Setup.
• Please move on to ‘Auto Update Setting’ on page 23.
“Scan (Access Point Scan)” Method
If the AP is compatible with WPS
• ‘Network Selection’ screen will appear.
then press [ OK ].
Scan
• AP (Access Point) list will appear.
],then press
10. Select “Wired” or “Wireless” using [
], then press
“Easy Connect (WPS)” Method
• The highlight will move to “Next” upon pressing [ OK ]
at an Input field.
8.
/
Select this setting if your Wireless
Easy
Router has a WPS button*1. It is the
Connect easiest way to Set up a Wireless
(WPS) Connection. If it fails, try “Easy Connect”
again.*2
• ‘Clock Setting’ screen will appear.
7.
Connection Test will start automatically. Refer to ‘Connection
Test’ on page 55.
/
],
If you Connect this Unit to the
Network using an Ethernet cable,
select “Wired” to Connect to the
Internet.
A
If you have a Wireless Router, select
“Wireless” to Connect to the Internet.
B
1. Select an AP to which you wish to Connect this Unit
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• If you select an AP which does Not Support WPA,
WEP / WPA / WPA2 key entry Screen will appear.
Please refer to 2. C: on the next page.
2. A: “WPS code”
1 Select “WPS code” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• An 8-digit PIN Code will be shown on screen.
2 Log on to your Wireless Router and enter the 8-digit
PIN Code in it.
3 Return to this Unit, select “Connect” using [ / ],
then press [ OK ].
• Step 2 and 3 need to be performed within 2 minutes.
• Connection Test will Start automatically.
2. B: “Easy Connect”
1 Select “Easy Connect” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• Refer to “Easy Connect (WPS)” Method above.
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EN
2. C: “Manual”
1 Select “Manual” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• WEP / WPA Key entry screen will appear.
• If your wireless router is not protected by WEP /
WPA / WPA2, Connection Test will start automatically.
2 Enter the WEP / WPA / WPA2 key using the On screen
Keyboard on screen.
• Follow the On-screen Instructions.
• For Details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
• Confirmation Message will appear. Select “Yes” and
Connection Test will automatically Start.
3. After Connection Test, the test result will be displayed.
Press [ OK ] on “Info” for detailed Network
Information, then press [ OK ] on “Next” to complete
the Network Setup.
• Please move on to ‘Auto Update Setting’ below.
If the AP is NOT compatible with WPS
1. Select an AP to which you wish to connect this unit
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
2. After Connection Test, the Test result will be displayed.
Press [ OK ] on “Info” for detailed Network
Information, then press [ OK ] on “Next” to complete
the Network Setup.
• Please move on to ‘Auto Update Setting’ below.
Note(s)
• “Easy Connect (WPS)” Method is only available when
your Wireless Router supports it. For details, please refer
to the User Manual of your Wireless Router.
• If more than 64 AP’s are found, a confirmation message
will appear, then the Screen goes back to the AP list.
• Connection Test will automatically Start when you select
an AP that does not have an Authentication Method.
Auto Update Setting
If you wish to Set the unit to automatically perform Network
Update for the latest Software, Activate this Function.
11. Select “On” using [
[ OK ].
12. Select “Next” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
/
], then press
• If the Connection Test result earlier was Pass, the unit
will perform Network Update immediately. Please
follow the On-screen Instructions.
• If you skipped Network Setting, the unit will switch to
the TV viewing mode.
If you wish to set the Network Settings later, you can
refer to ‘Network Settings’ on page 49.
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4. VIEWING TV
Detailed Information on the Program
You can check the information on the TV program that is
currently on-air.
While Viewing TV
1.
Channel Selection
Press [ INFO ] while viewing a TV program.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11.1 KABC
A Day of Memories
Select a channel using [ CH +/− ] or [ the Number
buttons ] on the Remote Control.
Sound Mode
Audio Language
CC Presence
Rating
Using [ CH +/− ]
Press [ CH + ] and [ CH − ] to switch up and down through
the memorized channels.
Stereo
English (2/2)
[CC]
TV-14/MPAA-R
Using [ the Number buttons ]
Press [ 0 ] - [ 9 ] and [ ] to directly switch to the channel.
Digital TV Channels
Enter the Major and Minor Channel Numbers using [ the
Number buttons ] to select a Channel.
For 1-digit Major Channel number
e.g.) 2.1 ch:
[ 2 ] + [ .] + [ 1 ]
For 2-digit Major Channel number
e.g.) 35.1 ch:
[ 3 ] + [ 5 ]+ [ .] + [ 1 ]
Analog TV Channels
For 1-digit number
e.g.) 2 ch:
For 2-digit number
e.g.) 12 ch:
[ 0 ] + [ 2 ] or
[ 2 ] + [ .] or
[ 2 ] + leave it for 3 seconds
[1] + [2]
Note(s)
• It may take a moment to switch the Digital TV channels.
■ About Digital TV Broadcasting
With its High-Definition Broadcast, Digital Broadcasting far
surpasses Analog Broadcasting in both Picture and Sound
Quality.
1. Channel number / Broadcast station
2. Program Title
3. Favorite Channel Group
The Favorite Channel Group Icon will be displayed if you
Registered the Favorite Channel on your List.
4. Audio Mode
5. Audio Language
(Indicates the Language currently selected.)
6. Closed Caption
(Indicates the Program being broadcast has Closed
Captioning available.)
7. Program Rating
Note(s)
• In some cases, DTV Closed Caption Function on the
Unit may not work even when the Closed Caption Icon is
displayed. In such case, check the Closed Caption Setting
on your TV (Only if the Unit is connected to a TV with
the RCA Video Cable).
• The Display will automatically disappear in 5 Seconds.
Audio Languages
You can switch Audio Language while viewing a Digital TV program.
1.
Channel List
You can switch the Channel quickly using Channel List.
1.
Press [ OK ] while viewing a TV program.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2.
Select “Audio Language” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select a Language using [
[ OK ].
• Channel List window will appear.
2.
Select a Channel using [
[ OK ].
/
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
/
],
• Available Languages will be displayed.
], then press
/
], then press
• Available Languages will vary depending on the TV
program.
Note(s)
• If there is Only one Audio Language Available for the
Digital TV you are Viewing, “Audio Language” Setting will
Not be Displayed.
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Creating or Editing Favorite Channel Group
Closed Caption
Closed Captioning displays the Audio voice of the TV program
as Text superimposed on TV screen.
For Analog TV programs, refer to ‘Caption Service’ on page
68 to Configure further Settings beforehand.
1.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2.
Select “Closed Caption” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
3.
Select “Off” or “On” using [
press [ OK ].
], then
],
4.
Press [ MENU ] to enter Edit mode.
• Channel List will appear.
5.
Switching between Favorites
• Sub Menu window will appear.
•
indicates that the Channel is Added.
•
indicates that the Channel is Not Added.
/
], then
• Channel List is Not available while Playing a Recorded
Title.
Noise Reduction
Reduces the Noise of the Playback picture.
1.
• Favorite Group List will appear .
3.
Select the desired Channel using [ / ],
then press [ OK ] to Add or Remove on
the list of Favorite Channels.
Note(s)
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
Select “Favorites” using [
press [ OK ].
], then
Select a desired Favorite Channel Group
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
Favorites
2.
/
3.
You can Create Lists of your preferred TV channels so that you
can find those Channels easily.
1.
Select “Favorites” using [
press [ OK ].
• Favorite Channel Group List will appear.
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
/
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
EN
For Digital TV programs, refer to ‘Digital Caption Service’
on page 68 to Configure further Settings beforehand.
1.
Select a desired Favorite Group using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2.
Select “Noise Reduction” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
3.
Select the Desired Setting using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
Switching between HDD Mode / USBHDD Mode
You can Switch between “HDD” and “USB-HDD” for
Recording or Playback.
1.
Press [ MENU ] while viewing a TV
program.
2.
Select “HDD Source” using [
press [ OK ].
3.
Select “HDD” or “USB-HDD” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
• Sub Menu window will appear.
• Selected Media Icon
seconds.
or
/
], then
will appear for 2
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5. INSTALLATION
Channel Installation
Guide to the Home Menu
Press [ (home) ] to Display the Home Menu. Then use
[ / / / ] to select a Menu and press [ OK ] to Display
the Menu. These Menus provide entries to all Main Settings.
1 23
4 56
7
Watch TV
Timer Programming
Media Manager
Net TV
Title List
Dubbing
Installation
Setup
Be sure the RF Cable is correctly connected to this Unit and
you are registered with your Cable TV provider when you install
Cable Channels.
1.
8
1. Watch TV:
To Watch TV.
2. Net TV:
To Display the Net TV.
3. Installation:
To Display the Settings for Installation menu.
4. Timer Programming:
To Display the Timer Programming list.
5. Title List:
To Display the Title List for HDD or USB-HDD.
6. Setup
To Display the Setup menu.
7. Media Manager:
To Manage the media of HDD or USB-HDD.
• “Media Manager” is not available during Dubbing or
Recording and does not work from 2 minutes before
the Programmed Starting time.
8. Dubbing:
To Display the Dubbing Menu.
• “Dubbing” is not available under conditions listed
below.
– During Dubbing
– While the USB-HDD is Disconnected
– While the Unregistered USB-HDD is Connected
Refer to ‘Registering a USB-HDD’ on page 56.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Installation”
“Channels” using [ / / / ], then
press [ OK ].
• “Channels” is Not available (Not Displayed) during
Recording.
Autoprogram (Auto Channel Scan)
If you switch Input Signal wires (e.g. between Antenna and
CATV) or if you move the Unit to a different area after the
Initial Setting or if you restore the DTV Channels you Deleted,
it is recommended to use Autoprogram to perform a New
Channel search. You need to select the Signal type in the
“Installation Mode” (Refer to ‘Installation Mode’ on page 27.)
before you perform Autoprogram.
2.
Select “Autoprogram” “Start Now” using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
• The PIN Code will be required if you have Locked
Channels. Refer to ‘Child Lock’ on page 29.
• Confirmation Message will appear.
3.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Channel search will begin.
System searching. Please wait...
Digital Channels found:
0
Analog Channels found:
0
Auto Channel Programming may take more than 20 Minutes to
complete. Digital will take longer than Analog Channels to find
and program the Channels. Please wait until you see the Auto
Programming Complete Message.
Stop
4.
Press [ OK ] on “Finish” to complete
Channel Scan.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Note(s)
• After Setting “Autoprogram”, using [ CH +/− ] skips
Unavailable Programs automatically.
• If you are Not Receiving a Signal from your Cable Service,
contact the Cable Provider.
• If you select “Stop” by pressing [ OK ] during
“Autoprogram”, the setup of TV channels will be
Cancelled.
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Installation Mode
This function lets you add the channels that were not added
by “Autoprogram” due to the reception conditions during the
Initial Setup. It is only available when you select “Antenna” in
“Installation Mode”.
2.
Select “Installation Mode” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “Antenna” or “Cable” using [
then press [ OK ].
2.
Select “Weak Channel Installation” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
Select the Channel Input box using [ / ],
then select a channel you wish to memorize,
using [ / ].
Weak Channel Installation
Cancel
▲
2CH
Search
▼
4.
Select “Search” using [
[ OK ].
5.
“Search” will change to “Store” when the
Channel is found, then press [ OK ].
/
], then press
Note(s)
• In most cases, Digital Channels are Not Broadcast on
the RF Channel on which they appear on your TV. To
add Digital Channels you need to know the RF Channel
on which the Digital Channel is being Broadcast. (e.g. If
there is a Digital Channel 9.1 which is being Broadcast on
RF Channel 25, you need to enter 25 while performing a
Weak Channel installation.) To find out the RF Channel
on which a particular Digital Channel is being Broadcast,
please contact your Local Service provider. Installing
Digital Channels using “Weak Channel Installation” might
Not work for Direct Cable Connections and if the Digital
Signal is too weak for the TV to process.
],
/
],
• When “Antenna” is selected, the TV detects Antenna
signals. It searches for DTV and Analog TV Channels
available in your area.
• The PIN Code will be required if you have locked
channels. Refer to ‘Child Lock’ on page 29.
3.
/
EN
Weak Channel Installation
• When “Cable” is selected, the TV detects signals
supplied by Cable. It searches for DTV and
Analog Cable Channels available in your area.
Skipping Channels
The Channels selected here will be skipped when selecting the
Channels using [ CH +/− ].
Those Channels can still be selected using [ the Number
buttons ].
2.
Select “Skipping Channels” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select the Channel you wish to Skip using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
/
•
indicates that the Channel is Not Skipped.
•
indicates that the Channel is Skipped.
],
Installation
Channels
Clock
Digital Audio Language
Child Lock
Change PIN
Autoprogram
11.1 AAA
Weak Channel Installation
11.2 BBB
Installation Mode
11.3 CCC
Skipping Channels
11.4 DDD
33.1 EEE
33.2 FFF
33.5 DDD
• The Skipped Channels are Not Displayed on the List
of Favorite Channels.
• To Reactivate a Skipped Channel, use [
press [ OK ].
/
] then
• Repeat Step 3 until you select All the Channels you
wish to skip.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
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Clock Setting (Auto)
Clock Setup
Configure the Clock, Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time
Settings.
If the Clock is Not Set Correctly, Timer Recording does Not
Work Properly.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Installation”
“Clock” using [ / / / ], then press
[ OK ].
• “Clock” is Not available (Not Displayed) during
Recording.
This Unit can set the Time and Date Automatically by referring
to a Channel that carries Clock Information.
2.
Select “Auto Clock” using [
press [ OK ].
3.
Select “On” using [
[ OK ].
4.
Select “Clock Setting” using [
press [ OK ].
3.
At <Date> section, enter “Year” / “Month” /
“Day” using [ / / / ].
<Time>
Day
----
--
--
:
OK
--
-Cancel
If you want to set the clock automatically, please select “On” in Auto Clock.
4.
5.
At <Time> section, enter Hour / Minute
and select AM / PM using [ / / / ],
then press [ OK ].
Press [ OK ] on “OK” to complete.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Note(s)
• “Clock Setting” is Not available (Not Displayed) when
“Auto Clock” is “On”.
Search
AAA
• This Unit will Automatically Search for the Clock
Information and Display the result.
5.
At “DST”, select “On” or “Off” for Daylight
Saving Time, then press [ OK ].
6.
Press [ OK ] on “OK” to complete.
• Press [
(- - -)
Clock
--
11.1
], then
Please set the Date and Time.
Month
Select a channel using [ / ], move to
“Search” using [ (Cursor)], then press
[ OK ].
Cancel
2.
Year
], then press
Channel setting of auto clock.
If this Unit is unable to obtain the Clock Information
automatically, Set up the Clock Manually.
<Date>
], then
• Channel selection window will appear.
Clock Setting (Manual)
/
/
/
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Note(s)
• “Auto Clock” is Not available (Not Displayed) if there is
No Digital Channel entry in Antenna / Cable mode.
• If “Auto Clock” obtained the Incorrect Clock Information,
please Proceed with ‘Clock Setting (Manual)’.
Time Zone
Set your Time Zone.
This unit recognizes 7 Time Zones as shown below.
• Atlantic
• Pacific
• Eastern
• Alaska
• Central
• Hawaii
• Mountain
2.
Select “Time Zone” using [
press [ OK ].
3.
Select your Time Zone using [
press [ OK ].
• Press [
/
], then
/
], then
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time is referred to as “Summer Time”.
Using this Function lets you Set the Clock Back and Ahead for
Daylight Saving Time.
2.
Select “Daylight Saving Time” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “On” or “Off” using [
press [ OK ].
• Press [
/
/
],
], then
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
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Child Lock
Configure the Audio Related Settings.
You can Prevent Children from Viewing certain types of
Programs or Channels by Locking the TV controls using Specific
Ratings.
1.
Press [
using [
(home) ], then select “Installation”
/ / / ], then press [ OK ].
1.
Digital Audio Language
Set the Audio Language for Digital Broadcasting. This Setting
applies to Digital TV Viewing and Recording.
2.
Select “Digital Audio Language” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
3.
Select a language using [
[ OK ].
• Press [
/
2.
• When the PIN Code is Correct, the Child Lock Menu
will be displayed.
• Refer to ‘Changing PIN Code’ on page 31 when
Changing the PIN Code.
Alternate Audio
For SAP (Secondary Audio Program) in Analog broadcasting,
select “Main” or “SAP” for the audio.
3.
Select “Main” or “SAP” using [
press [ OK ].
• Press [
Enter a 4-digit Number using [ the
Number buttons ].
• If you have Not Set up your PIN Code yet,
enter [ 0 ] [ 0 ] [ 0 ] [ 0 ].
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Select “Alternate Audio” using [
then press [ OK ].
Press [ (home) ], then select “Installation”
“Child Lock” using [ / / / ], then
press [ OK ].
• PIN Code entry window will appear.
], then press
2.
/
/
],
], then
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Channel Lock
Set it to Restrict Access on Certain Channels.
3.
Select “Channel Lock” using [
press [ OK ].
4.
Select a Channel using [
[ OK ].
Channels
For Analog Broadcasting, Set the Audio in Monaural or Stereo.
Clock
2.
Digital Audio Language
3.
/
Select “Mono” or “Stereo” using [
then press [ OK ].
• Press [
/
/
], then
], then press
Installation
Mono / Stereo
Select “Mono / Stereo” using [
press [ OK ].
EN
Audio Setup
], then
Child Lock
Change PIN
/
],
Channel Lock
11.1 AAA
TV Ratings Lock
11.2 BBB
Movie Ratings Lock
11.3 CCC
Canadian English Rating
11.4 DDD
Canadian French Rating
33.1 EEE
33.2 FFF
33.5 DDD
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
•
indicates that the Channel is Locked.
•
indicates that the Channel is Not Locked.
• Repeat Step 4 until you Select All the Channels you
wish to Lock.
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Setting TV and Movie Ratings
Movie Ratings Lock is the Rating System created by MPAA. TV
Ratings Lock has controlled access to individual Programs based
on their Age and Content Ratings.
3.
Select “TV Ratings Lock” or “Movie Ratings
Lock” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
4.
Select a Rating using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
•
indicates that Contents on this Rating are
Restricted.
•
indicates that the Rating is Manually modified in
the Sub Ratings and the Contents on this Rating are
Restricted. (For TV Rating Lock only.)
•
indicates that Contents on this Rating are Not
Restricted.
• Repeat Step 4 until you Select All the Ratings you wish
to Restrict.
TV Ratings
Channel Lock
Movie Ratings Lock
Canadian English Rating
Canadian French Rating
US TV
Rating
All
NR
—
—
G
PG
PG-13
—
None
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
—
TV-14
R
—
NC-17
X
—
TV-MA
Description
All Contents on this Rating Including No
Rating are Locked
No Rating
Appropriate for All Children
Appropriate for Children 7 and older
All Ages admitted
Parental Guidance suggested
Unsuitable for Children under 13
Unsuitable for Children under 14
Children under 17 require Accompanying
Parent or Adult Guardian
No One 17 and under admitted
Mature Audience Only
To Set the Sub Ratings
For TV Rating Lock, you can further Set the Sub Ratings to block
Specific elements in the Programming. To Set the Sub Ratings,
follow the Step below.
Select a Sub Rating, then press [ OK ].
• Repeat this Procedure until All the Desired Ratings are
Installation
TV Ratings Lock
US
Movie
Rating
All
.
Installation
None
TV-Y
Channel Lock
TV-Y7
TV Ratings Lock
TV-G
Movie Ratings Lock
TV-PG
Canadian English Rating
TV-14
Canadian French Rating
TV-MA
All
Violence
None
Sex
TV-Y
Language
TV-Y7
Dialog
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
Movie Ratings
US TV
Rating
Installation
Channels
Clock
Digital Audio Language
Child Lock
Channel Lock
All
TV Ratings Lock
NR
Movie Ratings Lock
G
Canadian English Rating
PG
Canadian French Rating
PG-13
Change PIN
TV-Y7
TV-PG
TV-14
R
NC-17
TV-MA
X
Sub rating
• Fantasy Violence
•
•
•
•
Violence
Sex
Language
Dialog
• Violence
• Sex
• Language
Note(s)
• Blocked Sub Rating will appear beside the Main Rating
Category in TV Ratings Menu.
or , it affects the Sub
• If you Change a Main Rating to
Rating as well.
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Changing PIN Code
You can select ratings for Canadian English / Canadian French
broadcasting.
You can set your own PIN Code.
(The default PIN Code is 0000.)
3.
Select “Canadian English Rating” or
“Canadian French Rating” using [ /
then press [ OK ].
4.
Select a Rating using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
•
indicates that Contents on this Rating are
Restricted.
•
indicates that Contents on this Rating are Not
Restricted.
• Repeat Step 4 until you Select All the Ratings you wish
to Restrict.
Canadian
English
Rating
Canadian
French
Rating
Description
Press [ (home) ], then select “Installation”
“Change PIN” using [ / / / ], then
press [ OK ].
• PIN Code Entry Window will appear.
2.
Enter the current 4-digit PIN Code number
using [ the Number buttons ].
• You will be asked to Enter a new PIN Code.
• If you have Not Set Up your PIN Code yet, enter
[ 0 ] [ 0 ] [ 0 ] [ 0 ].
3.
Enter the 4-digit number for New PIN Code
using [ the Number buttons ].
• For Confirmation, you will be asked to enter the New
PIN Code again.
• Press [
All
All Contents on this Rating are
Locked
E
Exempt Program
C
—
For All Children
C8+
—
For All Children over 8
G
1.
],
EN
Canadian English / Canadian French
Ratings
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Note(s)
• The PIN Code for confirmation has to be an exact match
to the PIN Code that you entered earlier.
• If you forgot your PIN Code, enter [ 0 ] [ 7 ] [ 1 ] [ 1 ] to
Reset the PIN Code.
General Audience
—
8ans+
Unsuitable for Ages under 8
PG
—
Parental Guidance suggested
—
13ans+
Unsuitable for Ages under 13
14+
—
Unsuitable for Ages under 14
—
16ans+
Unsuitable for Ages under 16
18+
18ans+
Adult Audience Only
Note(s)
• When you Set the All to , All Ratings return to
Automatically.
• Region Ratings Lock will be available when the Unit
receives a Digital Broadcast using the New Rating System.
• The Canadian Rating Systems on this Unit are based on
CEA-766-A and CRTC policy.
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6. RECORDING
About HDD (Internal HDD)
Information on Recording
Before you make a Recording, read the following Information.
■ Recording Media
Internal HDD and External USB-HDD (not supplied).
You can Only Record Digital TV programs (Video and
Audio).
■ Recording Mode
• The Recording Time is only an estimate. The Actual
Recording Time may differ with the remaining time
displayed on the TV screen.
Note(s)
• This Unit Cannot Record to HDD and External
USB-HDD at the Same Time.
• This Unit Cannot Record Analog Broadcasting. (Analog
Broadcasting via Cable Box is also not available.)
• This Unit Cannot Store the content streamed from the
VOD Services.
■ Maximum Recordable Titles
Titles
2,000
2,000
HDD
USB-HDD
Guide to Display
1
3
--h--m--s/--h--m--s
Remains
11.1 KABC
4
HDD is a Temporary Storage Device:
HDD is not a Permanent Storage Device of the Recorded
contents. Be sure to use it as a Temporary Storage Device until
you watch the Programs once, Edit them, or Dub them to a
USB-HDD.
Be sure to Dub (back up) Data Promptly if you
find Abnormalities in the HDD:
If there is mechanical trouble with the HDD, grinding or other
sounds may be heard or block noise may appear on the image.
If you continue to use as it is, deterioration may continue and
eventually the HDD may not be usable at all. If you notice
these symptoms of a failing HDD, promptly dub the data to a
USB-HDD. When an HDD fails, recovery of recorded content
(data) may be impossible.
About the remaining capacity of HDD recording time:
The On-screen indication of the possible Recording Time left on
HDD / USB-HDD may differ from the actual Recordable Time
as this unit employs the Variable Bit Rate Encoding system which
varies the Recording (storage) amount of Data in conformity
with the amount of information on the Video.
Before Recording to the HDD, ensure there is sufficient space
on the HDD by Deleting Unnecessary Titles in advance.
About USB-HDD (External HDD)
2
---/ ---
HDD is a special device which has high Recording Density and
is suited for Long-time Recording or High-speed Cueing but
by contrast, has many factors which can cause breakage. Use
HDD on the assumption that you should Dub the Recorded
Programs to a USB-HDD to protect your precious Videos.
30h00m
00h48m00s
6
5
The registered USB-HDD can be used in the same manner as
the Internal HDD.
• Recording / Editing on Write Protected USB-HDD is Not
possible.
7
1. Current Chapter / Total Chapter Numbers of a
Title in Resume On Stop mode
• “---” will be Displayed when there is No Resume Point.
2. Elapsed Time / Total Duration of a Title in Resume
On Stop mode
3. Unit’s Status
4. Remaining Time for Recording (approx.)
5. Recording Time
6. Recording Mode (HDD / USB-HDD)
7. Source Currently Selected
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Before Recording
Setting for Auto Chapter
Set the Chapter Interval. When Recording, Chapters will
Automatically be created based on this Setting.
This Setting applies to Normal Recording, One-Touch Recording
and Timer Recording.
1.
2.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Playback / Recording” “Auto Chapter”
using [ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
Select a Chapter interval using [
then press [ OK ].
/
Setup
Video / Audio
Display
HDMI
Playback / Recording
Network
Software
Other
• Press [
Variable Skip
Off
Variable Replay
5 Minutes
Auto Chapter
10 Minutes
],
Follow the Steps below to Record a TV program.
Note(s)
• When Playback of a Recorded Program is Blocked by the
Child Lock, a message appears on the TV Screen. In such
case, check the Child Lock (V-Chip) Setting. (Please refer
to page 29 for more details.)
If you wish to make a Recording to a USB-HDD, you need to
Register a USB-HDD with this Unit beforehand. (Refer to ‘USBHDD Connection’ on pages 55–57.)
1.
Select a Channel to Record using
[ CH +/− ] or [ the Number buttons ].
23.1
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
60 Minutes
2.
Press [ MENU ], then select
“HDD Source”, then press [ OK ].
3.
Select a Recording Media using [
then press [ OK ].
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
/
],
HDD
USB-HDD
4.
Press [ REC ] to Start Recording.
“ ” will be Displayed for 2 seconds.
Press [ (Pause) ] to Pause Recording.
Press [ (Pause) ] again to Restart Recording.
Note(s)
• While HDD / USB-HDD is in Playback the [ REC ] is Not
Available. Stop the Playback before using Basic Recording
or One-Touch Timer Recording.
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EN
Basic Recording &
One-Touch Timer Recording
5.
Press [
(Stop) ] to Stop Recording.
• Confirmation Message will appear. (Recording will be
continued.) Select “Yes” to Stop Recording. Select “No”
to Continue Recording.
• You can also Stop Recording by pressing [
button Twice at Step 5.
(Stop) ]
To Set One-Touch Timer Recording (OTR)...
This is a simple way to Set the Recording Time in blocks of
15 Minutes.
Press [ REC ] Repeatedly until the desired Recording Time
(15 minutes to 4 hours) appears on the TV Screen.
One-Touch Timer Recording will Start.
Note(s)
• When you press [ REC ], Recording starts immediately
and continues until the HDD or USB-HDD is full, a
program is recorded up to 8 hours or you Stop the
Recording.
• When the Unit’s Clock has not been Set yet and the Auto
Clock Setting is Set to “Off ”, the Unit will enter “Clock
Setting” or if the Auto Clock Setting is Set to “On”, the
Unit will enter the Clock Data Search screen to Set the
Date and Time for this Unit.
• If Playback and Recording are in Progress at the Same
Time and you press [ (Stop) ], Playback will Stop.
• During the Recording, it is Prohibited to Change the
Channel.
• [ REC ] button is not available when Net TV is running.
(Basic Recording or Changing the Recording Length will
not be available.)
• When Recording and Dubbing are in progress at the
Same Time and you press [ (Stop) ], the Dubbing
Cancel Confirmation Window will Appear.
0h15m
0h15m
0h30m
(normal recording)
4h00m
3h45m
■ To change the Recording Length during the
One-Touch Timer Recording:
Press [ REC ] repeatedly until the Desired Length appears.
■ To Stop Recording the One-Touch Timer
Recording within the specified Time:
• Press [ (Stop) ]. Confirmation Message will appear.
Select “Yes” to Stop Recording.
When the recording is completed, the Unit will ask you
whether to Turn the Unit into Standby mode except under
Conditions listed below.
– If a Timer Recording is Programmed to Start in 5
Minutes.
– During Playback/Dubbing of HDD or USB-HDD.
– While Displaying Menus or Information on the Screen.
– While Net TV is Running.
• The Unit will Automatically go into the Standby Mode if
you select “Yes” or if you do not reply in 1 Minute.
Notes for One-Touch Timer Recording
• Press [ DISPLAY ] to see the remaining Recording time.
• You Cannot use the Pause Function during One-Touch
Timer Recording.
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3.
Timer Recording
Timer Programming
Date
■ Before Recording, make sure to...
• Set the Clock before Setting a Timer Programming.
• Register a USB-HDD with this Unit beforehand if you
are Recording to a USB-HDD. (Refer to ‘USB-HDD
Connection’ on pages 55–57.)
OCT 23
Timer Programming
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
Start
End
- - :- - - - - - :- - - -
CH
REC To
28.1
HDD
OK
You can set Daily Programs and Weekly Programs by
Pressing the Up/Down button after selecting a Recording Date.
2
Back
JAN 01
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
], then press
ABCDE Remains 30h25m
■ Guide to Timer Programming Display
1
/
EN
You can Program the Unit to Record up to 100 Programs
within a month in advance. Daily or Weekly Program Recordings
are also available.
Enter the Date using [
[ (Cursor)].
Daily
MON-SAT
Program Change
Delete
Delete Multi Prog.
MON-FRI
W SAT
When pressing [ ] at the
Current Date, the Date will
change as follows.
e.g.) January 1st
New Program
Skip
W FRI
Back
W SUN
3 4
5
JAN 31
1. Title of a Timer Program (Contains Title Name,
Date,Time, Channel and Broadcast Station.)
2. Current Date and Time
3. Timer Program List
4. Recording Icon (Appears when Recording is in
Progress)
” (HDD) or “
” (USB5. Recording Media (“
HDD))
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Timer
Programming” using [ / / / ] and
press [ OK ].
2.
Press [ (Cursor)] to move to the
Program Menu, then select “New Program”
using [ / ], and press [ OK ].
4.
Enter the Start and End time using
[ / / / ], then press [ (Cursor)].
• You Cannot make a Timer Recording program that
exceeds 8 hours.
5.
Select a Channel to Record using [
then press [ (Cursor)].
6.
Select the Recording Media (“HDD” or
“USB-HDD”), then press [ (Cursor)].
/
],
• If a Timer Program does not exist, the cursor will be
on “New Program”.
Timer Programming
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
Program Change
Delete
Delete Multi Prog.
New Program
Skip
Back
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To Stop the Timer Recording in Progress
Alternate recording (USB-HDD only)
In the following cases, the Unit will Detect and Automatically
Record to the HDD even when USB-HDD is selected as the
Recording Media.
– If USB-HDD is Not Connected.
– If the USB-HDD does Not have enough Space to
complete the Recording.
– The Unit Cannot Record to the Connected USB-HDD
(USB-HDD is Unregistered).
This Feature is Only available for Timer Recording and not
available for One-Touch Timer Recording.
7.
When all items are entered, select “OK”,
then press [ OK ] again.
Timer Programming
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
Date
Start
End
CH
REC To
OCT 23
1:30 PM
2:00 PM
28.1
HDD
1. Press [
(Stop) ] on the Remote Control.
2. Confirmation Message will appear. Select “Yes”, then
press [ OK ].
Checking, Deleting or Correcting the Timer
Programming information
1. Press [ (home) ], then select “Timer Programming”
using [ / / / ] and press [ OK ].
2. Check the information.
Timer Programming
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
ABCDE Remains 30h25m
Back
Your Program Setting is now stored.
• To Set another Program, Repeat Step 2 to 7.
• Press [
Program Change
Delete
Delete Multi Prog.
New Program
Skip
Back
OK
You can set Daily Programs and Weekly Programs by
Pressing the Up/Down button after selecting a Recording Date.
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
• When 2 or more programs are overlapped, “Timer
program overlapped. Timer program may not be
recorded” appears, and the overlapped program will
Icon on the left side.
be displayed in Blue with a
• To correct the Timer Program, refer to ‘Checking,
Cancelling or Correcting the Timer Programming
information’ on this page.
Note(s)
• If you have Not Set the Clock yet:
Entry screen for the Clock Setting will appear instead of
the Timer Programming list at Step 1. Continue with the
Steps in ‘Clock Setting (Manual)’ or ‘Clock Setting (Auto)’
on page 28 before Setting a Timer Programming.
• Use [ / ] to Move the Cursor to the left and the right
in the Entry Screen for the Timer Programming.
• You Cannot make a Timer Recording program that
exceeds 8 hours.
3. A: To Delete the Timer Program:
1 Use [ / ] to Select the Program you wish to Delete,
then press [ (Cursor)].
2 Use [ / ] to Select “Delete”, then press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear.
3 Use [ / ] to Select “Yes”, then press [ OK ].
3. B: To Delete Multiple Timer programs:
1 Press [ (Cursor)] to Move to Sub Menu then select
“Delete Multi Prog.” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
2 Select the Program you wish to Delete using [ / ],
then press [ OK ].
• Check Icon will appear for the Timer Program
selected for Deletion.
3 Repeat Step 2 until you Select All the Programs you wish
to Delete.
• To Remove the Check Icon for Deletion, move the
Cursor to the Selected Program and press [ OK ].
4 Press [ (Cursor)] to Select “OK” on the Screen, then
press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear.
5 Select “Yes” using [ / ], then press .[ OK ]
3. C: To Correct the Timer Program:
1 Select the program you wish to Correct using [ /
then press [ (Cursor)].
2 Select “Program Change” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
3 Correct the Timer Program Information using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
],
Note(s)
• With the Timer Recording in Progress (which is shown in
Red in the Timer Program list), you can only Edit the End
Time.
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Skip the Timer Recording Period
You can Deactivate the Timer Recording Period (Daily, MONSAT, MON-FRI or Weekly) Temporarily.
(home) ], then Select “Timer Programming”
/ / / ], then press [ OK ].
2. Select the Periodical Timer Recording Program you wish
to Skip using [ / ], then press [ (Cursor)].
3. Select “Skip” using [ / ], then press [ OK ] to
Activate the Setting.
• “Skip” will Appear on the Left side of the Timer
Program, if “Skip” is Activated.
• The Setting will go back to Off after the Program is
Skipped Once.
If the Timer Program Did Not Complete Correctly,
appears in the Timer Programming List.
Timer Programming
WED OCT 23 2013 1:30 PM
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT23
232013
2013 10:00
10:00PM
PM 23.1
23.1
OCT
WEDOCT
OCT23
231:00
1:00PM
PM––2:00
2:00PM
PM23.1
23.1ABC-A
ABC-A
WED
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
OCT 23 2013 10:00 PM 23.1
WED OCT 23 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 23.1 ABC-A
Program Change
Delete
Delete Multi Prog.
New Program
Skip
Back
• A Program that Did Not Complete Correctly is Grayed in
the Timer Programming List.
• To Check the Timer Programming Error Message, select
the Program that Did Not Complete Correctly and press
[ OK ].
• If there is a Power Failure or this Unit has been Unplugged
the Clock Setting will be lost. The Timer programming(s)
will be kept. (If Manual Clock has been selected then
you must set the Clock in order for the saved Timer
Recordings to be made.)
• When Recording to a USB-HDD, if the USB-HDD is
Unregistered, the unit will perform Alternate Recording
to the HDD (refer to page 36).
• When a Timer Recording is Completed, the Unit will ask
you whether to Turn the Unit into Standby mode if there
is No Timer Recording which Starts within 5 Minutes,
except under Conditions listed below.
– During Playback/Dubbing of HDD or USB-HDD.
– While Displaying Menus or Information on the Screen.
The Unit will be Turned into Standby mode Automatically if
you Select “Yes” or if you Do Not Reply in 1 minute.
• When the Programmed Starting and Ending Time are
earlier than the Current Time, the Setting will Not Be
Accepted and the Date Field will be Highlighted.
• If the Starting Time is Earlier and the Ending Time is Later
than the Current Time, the Recording will Start Right
After you press [ OK ] at Step 7 on page 36.
• It is Prohibited to Turn the Unit into Standby mode from
4 Minutes before the Programmed Starting Time.
• It is Prohibited to Change the Channel from 90 seconds
before the Programmed Starting Time.
• [ REC ] Does Not Work from 2 Minutes before the
Programmed Starting Time. If it comes to 2 Minutes
before the Starting Time during Basic or One-Touch
Timer Recording, the Recording in Progress will be
Stopped.
EN
1. Press [
using [
Hints for Timer Recording
Note(s)
• During Basic Recording / One-Touch Timer Recording /
Timer Recording, if you set a Timer Recording that Starts
immediately, a message will appear on the Screen asking
whether you wish to Stop the Recording in Progress and
Start the Timer Recording. Choose “Yes” if you wish to
Start the Timer Recording immediately.
• Basic Recording and One-Touch Timer Recording will
Stop when Timer Recording starts.
• Recording will Temporarily Stop if Scrambled Signal is
Received.
• When the Daylight Saving Time Setting is ON, a Timer
Program that has Start and End Time between 2:00 AM
and 2:59 AM will Not Be Recorded on the Second Sunday
in March.
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The Priority of Overlapped Settings
• A Timer Program which was Set after a Previous Program
will be given Priority over a Previous Program when these
Timer Programs Overlap.
• When Timer Programs Overlap, the Timer Recording
in Progress will end 15 seconds before the Next Timer
Recording Starts.
• When 2 or more Timer Programs Overlap, the Program
with a Later Start Time will be given Priority.
• A Timer Recording of Lower Priority will be Cancelled or
Start from the Middle.
• Check the Overlapped Timer Programs and Change the
Priority if necessary.
Dubbing
Information on Dubbing
You can Dub the Contents of the HDD to USB-HDD or vice
versa.
Guide to Dubbing List Display
3 1
2
Dubbing (HDD » USB-HDD)
When the Starting Time is the same:
Program AAA
Program BBB
A program Set Later (PROG. B) has Priority.
Program CCC
Program DDD
PROG. A
Program EEE
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
PROG. B
Program FFF
Program GGG
OK
Program HHH
Back
USB-HDD
actual
recording
Remains:34.5GB
Cancel
PROG.
PROG.BA
OK: Select Dub or No Dub.
4
6 7
5
8
1. Thumbnail
2. Dubbing Direction
3. Title information
Date/Time of Recording, Broadcast Station, duration of the
Title and Rating (If available)
4. Information Icon
5. Operation Message
6. Icons
Indicating Titles Selected for Dubbing.
Indicating Titles Registered for Dubbing.
7. Remaining Recordable Space
8. Sub Menu
Guide to Dubbing Menu Display
1
Dubbing (HDD » USB-HDD)
Dubbing below programs.
1. Program AAA
2. Program BBB
3. Program CCC
4. Program DDD
5. Program EEE
Add
Delete
6. Program FFF
7. Program GGG
8. Program HHH
Delete All
OK
Cancel
CH +/−: Page up / down
2 3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4
5
Dubbing Direction
Information Icon
Operation Message
Dubbing Title List
Sub Menu
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Recording Mode for Dubbing
Selected Title Dubbing
■ Preparing for Dubbing (HDD to USB-HDD or
USB-HDD to HDD):
• Register a USB-HDD to this Unit. (Refer to ‘USB-HDD
Connection’ on pages 55–56.)
1.
2.
3.
Press [
EN
This Unit is Compatible with the High Speed Dubbing from
HDD to USB-HDD or USB-HDD to HDD.
• Duration of High Speed Dubbing will vary depending on
the Title Amount.
• High Speed Dubbing is Not available when;
– the Number of Dubbing Title Exceeds 36 Titles.
– there is Not Enough Space in the Dubbing destination
device.
(home) ].
Select “Dubbing” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
/
/
],
HDD to USB-HDD
Select “HDD » USB-HDD” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
/
],
USB-HDD to HDD
Select “USB-HDD » HDD” using [
then press [ OK ].
e.g.) HDD » USB-HDD
Dubbing
Select dubbing direction.
HDD » USB-HDD
USB-HDD » HDD
Cancel
4.
Select Dubbing Titles using [
/
].
Dubbing (HDD » USB-HDD)
Program AAA
Program BBB
Program CCC
Program DDD
Program EEE
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
Program FFF
Program GGG
OK
Program HHH
Back
USB-HDD
Remains:34.5GB
Cancel
OK: Select Dub or No Dub.
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5.
Press [ (Cursor)] to Move the Cursor
to the Sub Menu and select “OK”.
The Titles will be registered in the Dubbing List.
6.
7.
If you need to Add or Delete a Title before you proceed to the
next step, follow the Procedure below.
Select whether you wish to “Move” or
“Copy” a Title from the Dubbing Source
when Dubbing Starts.
• If you wish to Delete a Title from the Dubbing Source,
select “Start (Move)”.
■ To Add a Title:
• If you do not wish to Delete Title from the Dubbing
Source, select “Start (Copy)”.
1. Select “Add”.
2. Select All the Titles to be Added using [ / ], then
press [ (Cursor)] to select “OK” in the Sub Menu.
The Titles are now Registered in the Dubbing List.
• A Title already Registered is shown with a Check mark.
e.g.) Start (Move)
Dubbing (USB-HDD » HDD)
The programs will not be returned once you dub these
programs.
■ To Delete a Title:
1. Select “Delete”.
2. Select a Title to Delete using [
Select “OK” to Set the Titles to be Dubbed.
Please press [STOP] to interrupt after dubbing starts.
/
], then press [ OK ].
Start (Move)
3. Confirmation Message will appear. Select “Yes”.
Start (Copy)
■ To Delete All the Titles in the Dubbing List:
Back
1. Select “Delete All”.
2. Confirmation Message will appear. Select “Yes”.
Cancel
8.
Dubbing will Start.
• It may take a while to prepare for the Dubbing.
■ To Stop the Dubbing in Progress:
Press [ (Stop) ]. Confirmation Message will Appear.
Select “Yes” or press [ (Stop) ] again to Stop Dubbing.
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7. PLAYBACK
Hint for HDD / USB-HDD Playback
Title 1
Chapter 1
Guide to a Title List
Chapter 2
EN
Information on Playback
With each HDD / USB-HDD Recording, a Separate Title will be
created. Titles may be further Subdivided into Chapters.
Title 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Title List allows you to check the Recorded Titles easily. You
can choose a Title to Play back from this List and easily Edit the
Titles as you prefer.
To call up the Title List Screen
Resume Point
Press [TITLE LIST ].
• You can also call up the Title List by pressing [ (home) ],
then selecting “Title List”.
• To Exit the Title List, press [ BACK ] or press [TITLE
LIST ] again.
1
6
Remains : 12h34m
Title List (HDD)
2
Program AAA
Program BBB
You can Play back from where you last Stopped.
• The Resume Point will be Saved by pressing [ (Stop) ]
during Playback.
• To Remove the Resume Point, press [ (Stop) ] again in
Stop Mode.
Pressing [ (Play) ], without calling up the “Title List” screen,
will Resume Playback from the Resume Point of the Title from
where you last Stopped.
You can select “Play from Start” / “Resume Playback” in the Sub
Menu by pressing [ MENU ] while Title List screen is Displayed
• You can Set a Resume Point for Every Title.
Program CCC
Program DDD
Program EEE
3
4
Program FFF
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
Program GGG
Program HHH
Program III
MENU: Title List menu
5
8
7
1. Selected Media
To Switch between “HDD” and “USB-HDD” Mode
1. Press [ MENU ].
2. Select “Source (HDD)” or “Source (USB-HDD)” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
2. Thumbnail
Highlighted Title will be Played Back with Sound.
3. Title information
Date/Time of Recording, Broadcast Station, duration of the
Title and Rating (If available)
4. Information Icon
5. Operation Message
6. Remaining Time of the Media (approx.)
7. Title Name
8. Icons
: Indicating the Title currently being Recorded.
: Indicating the Title is Protected.
: Indicating that Title has not been Played.
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Basic Playback
Special Playback
Before starting Playback, make sure that your desired Source
Device is Selected.
• Refer to ‘Switching between HDD Mode / USB-HDD
Mode’ on page 25 for Changing device mode.
Fast Forward / Fast Reverse Playback
Direct Playback
1. Press [
(Play) ] to Start Playback.
2. Press [
(Stop) ] Once to Stop Playback temporarily.
Playback from the Title List
1. Press [ TITLE LIST ] to call up the Title List.
• To Exit the Title List, press [ BACK ].
2. Select a desired Title using [ / ] then press [ OK ].
• Press and Hold [ / ] to Move Back and Forth
continuously.
Remains : 12h34m
Title List (HDD)
Program AAA
Program BBB
Program DDD
Program EEE
Program FFF
Program GGG
Program HHH
Program III
MENU: Title List menu
3. Press [
(Stop) ] once to Stop Playback temporarily.
Note(s)
• You can also Start Playback by pressing [
instead of [ OK ] at Step 2.
(Play) ]
Pause
1. During Playback, press [ (Pause) ].
• Playback will be Paused.
2. Press [ (Play) ] or [
Playback.
Variable Skip / Variable Replay
During Playback, you can Skip Forward or Backward by the
amount of Time you set in the “Playback / Recording” Menu.To
Set the Time amount, refer to ‘Setups’ on page 65, then ‘Playback /
Recording’ and ‘Variable Skip / Replay’ on page 70.
During Playback, press [ SKIP ] if you wish to Skip
Forward. Press [ REPLAY ] if you wish to Skip
Backward.You can skip continuously up to 10 Times.
Chasing Playback during Recording and
Simultaneous Playback and Recording
Program CCC
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
(Forward) ] or
1. During Playback, press [
[
(Reverse) ].
(Forward) ] Once, the Unit
• When you press [
will Play back in a slightly Faster Speed while keeping
the Sound Output.
(Forward) ] or
• Every time you press [
[
(Reverse) ], the Playback Speed will be changed.
• Fast Forward or Fast Reverse Playback across Titles is
Not Possible.
(Play) ] to Return to the normal Playback.
2. Press [
(Pause) ] to return to Normal
You can continue Recording a Program while Playing back
another Title.
You can Play back a Title being Recorded from the Beginning
while the Recording Continues.
1. During Recording, press [ TITLE LIST ].
2. Select a Title you wish to Play back, then press
[ (Play) ].
• Chasing Playback will Start.
3. Press [ (Stop) ] ONCE to Stop the Playback.
• If you Press [ (Stop) ] Twice, it will Stop the
Recording.
– Confirmation Message will appear. (Recording will be
Continued.)
– Select “Yes” to Stop Recording. Select “No” to
Continue Recording.
Note(s)
When you Play back a Title being Recorded.
• You can also use the Special Playback Functions such as
(Reverse) ], [
(Forward) ], etc.
[
• You can No Longer Forward the Playback when it comes to
a few seconds before the Current Recording Point.
Chapter Skip
1. During Playback, press [
(Skip) ] to move from the
Current Chapter to the Next Chapter.
The Chapter will Move Forward One at a Time.
To Go Back to the Beginning of the Current Chapter, press
(Skip) ].
[
• Press Repeatedly to Go to the Previous Chapter. The
Chapter will move Backward One at a Time.
Note(s)
• This Function is Only available within the Same Title.
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EN
Selecting Audio/Video
Format
You can Select the Format of Video and Audio as you prefer
depending on the Contents of the Title you are Playing back.
Switching Audio Languages
You can Switch the Audio Language while Playing back a Title
Recorded with 2 or more Audio Languages.
1. Press [ MENU ] during Playback.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2. Select “Audio Language” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
• Available Languages will be Displayed.
3. Select a Language using [
/
], then press [ OK ].
Note(s)
• Available Languages will vary on the Title.
• “Audio Language” is not available (Not Displayed) if there
is only One Audio Language.
Switching Closed Caption
You can turn Closed Caption On or Off while Playing back a
Title with Closed Caption Data.
1. Press [ MENU ] during Playback.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2. Select “Closed Caption” using [
[ OK ].
/
3. Select “Off” or “On” using [
], then press [ OK ].
/
], then press
When you change this Setting, “Closed Caption” Setting in the
Setup Menu will also be Changed.
Reducing Block Noise
This Function Reduces Noise in the Playback Picture.
1. Press [ MENU ] during Playback.
• Sub Menu window will appear.
2. Select “Noise Reduction” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
3. Select the desired Setting using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
When you Change this Setting, the “Noise Reduction” Setting
in the Setup Menu will also be Changed.
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8. EDITING
Deleting Multiple Titles
You can Delete Titles which you do not need anymore.
Please be advised that the Titles once Deleted cannot be
brought back.
Deleting a Title
You can Delete a Title which you do not need anymore.
Please be advised that the Title once Deleted cannot be
brought back.
1.
Press [TITLE LIST ].
2.
Press [TITLE LIST ].
• Title List will appear.
Press [ MENU ].
• Sub Menu window will appear.
• Title List will appear.
2.
1.
Title List (HDD)
Play from Start
Select the desired Title to Delete using
[ / ], then press [ MENU ].
Program AAA
Resume Playback
Program BBB
Program CCC
• Sub Menu window will appear.
Edit Title Name
Program DDD
Protect Off » On
Program EEE
Title List (HDD)
Play from Start
Program AAA
Resume Playback
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
Program FFF
Title Delete
Program GGG
Delete Multiple Titles
Program HHH
Program III
Program BBB
Program CCC
Source (USB-HDD)
Edit Title Name
Program DDD
Protect Off » On
Program EEE
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
Program FFF
Title Delete
Program GGG
Program III
3.
3.
Select “Delete Multiple Titles” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
4.
Select the Title you wish to Delete using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
Delete Multiple Titles
Program HHH
Source (USB-HDD)
Select “Title Delete” using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Title List (HDD)
Program AAA
• Confirmation Message will appear.
4.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
Program BBB
], then press
Program CCC
Program DDD
Program EEE
SUN JAN 20 2013
06:00 AM
ABC
03:50:04
TV-Y
Program FFF
Program GGG
Program HHH
OK
Program III
•
5.
6.
7.
Cancel
will appear indicating the Title is marked for
Deletion.
Repeat Step 4 until you Select All the Titles
you wish to Delete.
To Remove the
from the Title:
Select the desired Title, then press [ OK ].
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
(Cursor)], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
Note(s)
• The Remaining Time will Increase when you Delete a
Title.
• You Cannot Delete a Recording or Protected Title.
• You Cannot Delete Titles on both HDD and USB-HDD
at the Same Time.
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Renaming a Title
Protecting a Title
1.
You can protect a Title in order to prevent Accidental Editing.
1.
• Title List will appear.
Select the desired Title to Rename using
[ / ], then press [ MENU ].
• Sub Menu window will appear.
• Title List will appear.
2.
Title List (HDD)
Select the desired Title to Protect using
[ / ], then press [ MENU ].
• Sub Menu window will appear.
Play from Start
Program AAA
Resume Playback
3.
Program BBB
Program CCC
Edit Title Name
Protect Off » On
Program EEE
Program FFF
Title Delete
Program GGG
Delete Multiple Titles
Program HHH
Program III
Source (USB-HDD)
Select “Protect Off » On” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
• Confirmation Message will appear.
Program DDD
SUN JAN 20 2013
6:00 AM
ABC
3:50:04
TV-Y
4.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• The Protected Title will be marked with
Icon.
■ To Unprotect the Title:
3.
Select “Edit Title Name” using [
then press [ OK ].
4.
To enter a Title Name, follow the steps on
‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ below.
5.
Press [TITLE LIST ].
EN
2.
Press [TITLE LIST ].
/
],
• Select “Protect On » Off ” at step 3.
will disappear.
•
• The On screen Keyboard will appear.
• You can Enter up to 60 letters.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
6.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
■ Guide to the On Screen Keyboard
1. Use [ / /
press [ OK ]
/
] to select a desired Character, then
_
1
a
k
u
2
b
l
v
Clear
3
c
m
w
4
d
n
x
5
e
o
y
Clear all
6
f
p
z
7
g
q
.
a/A/@
8
h
r
Cancel
9
i
s
_
0
j
t
OK
• To Change the Character Set, select “a/A/@”, then press
[ OK ]
• To Delete Letters, select “Clear”, then press [ OK ]
• To Delete All Letters, select “Clear all”, then press [ OK ]
2. When you finish Entering Letters and Characters, select
“OK” using [ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear.
3. Select “Yes” using [
/
], then press [ OK ].
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Media Management
Renaming USB-HDD
Deleting All Recording Data on the
HDD / USB-HDD
1.
Follow Step 1 to 2 in ‘Deleting All Recording
Data on the HDD / USB-HDD’ on this page.
Recording Data Deleted due to Initialization cannot be undone.
Make sure it is the correct Media to Initialize.
2.
Select “USB-HDD Menu” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “Edit USB-HDD Name” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
1.
Press [
You can Rename a Registered USB-HDD. Please connect a
desired USB-HDD in Advance.
(home) ].
• Home Menu will appear.
2.
Select “Media Manager” using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “HDD Menu” or “USB-HDD Menu”
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
4.
Select “Delete All Titles” or “Delete All
Unprotected Titles” using [ / ], then
press [ OK ].
• Select “Delete All Unprotected Titles” to Delete Only
Unprotected Titles.
/
],
• The On screen Keyboard will appear.
4.
To enter a USB-HDD name, follow the
Steps of ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’
on page 45.
5.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
6.
• Select “Delete All Titles” to Delete All Titles including
Protected Titles.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
Note(s)
• Confirmation Message will appear.
• Titles in a Protected USB-HDD cannot be Deleted.
Media Manager (HDD)
<Delete All Titles>
All programs in HDD will be deleted.
• A maximum of 20 characters of a Registered USB-HDD
Name can be Displayed in the Title List.
• A Protected USB-HDD cannot be Renamed.
Protecting a USB-HDD
You can Protect a USB-HDD to prevent Accidental Editing.
Please connect a desired USB-HDD in Advance.
Delete All Titles
Delete All Unprotected Titles
Back
5.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
1.
Follow Step 1 to 2 in ‘Deleting All Recording
Data on the HDD / USB-HDD’ on this page.
2.
Select “USB-HDD Menu” using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “USB-HDD Protect Off » On” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
4.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
• This Unit will Switch to the TV Viewing mode.
/
],
• Confirmation Message will appear.
/
], then press
■ To Unprotect the USB HDD:
• Select “USB-HDD Protect On » Off ” at Step 3.
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9. SOFTWARE
Software Update
This unit lets you Update the Software yourself using a USB
Memory Stick or via the Internet.
Software
Prepare a blank USB Memory Stick for Software Update.
Access www.philips.com and Download the latest Version
Software to a Blank USB Memory Stick using a PC by
following the Directions described on the Website.
• Use a Blank USB Memory Stick, Download the
Software on your PC and Write the Software in the
Root Directory of the USB Memory Stick.
• For more details on how to Download the Software,
please refer to the Website.
Software Information
You can check the Software Version currently installed on this
Unit.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “Software Information”, using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
1.
Setup
Video / Audio
Display
Software Information
Automatically Check for
HDMI
Playback / Recording
Netflix ESN
Network
Software
PHL-0DVR_100_0
Software Update
Netflix Deactivation
VUDU Deactivation
• Press [
2.
YouTube Deactivation
Digital Rights mgmt
Other
EN
■ USB Memory Stick Update
3.
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “Software Update” “USB”,
using [ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
• The Root Directory of the USB Memory Stick will be
displayed. Only Software Files with the Extension of
“.upg” will appear in the List.
Select the Software using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Software Update will Start.
Software Update is in progress. Please wait.
Do not remove the USB storage device or turn this Unit Off
while Update is in progress.
Update this Unit with new Software.
• Message will Appear upon Success.
4.
Remove the USB Memory Stick and Restart
this Unit.
Caution
• Please Do Not Unplug the AC Power Cord, Disconnect
the USB Memory Stick or press [ (Power-ON) ] to
Turn the unit into Standby mode while Performing a USB
Memory Stick Update.
Note(s)
• Software Update Will Not Change any of the current
Settings.
• After the Software Update, the Statement displayed on
the Screen may not be the same between the Unit and
User manual.
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■ Network Update
You can Update the Software via the Internet. Be sure that
you have completed the Network Configuration beforehand.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “Software Update”
“Network”, then press [ OK ].
Automatically Check for Latest
Software
You can set the Unit to automatically Check for the Latest
Version of Software when Unit is connected to the Internet.
If a Later Version is found on the Internet Server, you will be
prompted to Update the Unit.
• Confirmation Message will appear.
2.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• If the latest Version of the Software is found, a
Confirmation Message which Prompts you to Update
will appear. If No Update is available, press [ OK ] to
Finish.
3.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “Automatically Check for”,
then press [ OK ].
2.
Select “On” using [
[ OK ].
• Press [
/
], then press
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
• Software Update will Start.
Software Update is in progress. Please wait.
Do not remove the Network Cable or turn this Unit Off
while Update is in progress.
Update this Unit with new Software.
• Message will appear upon Success.
4.
Restart this Unit.
Caution
• Please Do Not Unplug the AC Power cord, LAN cable,
Wireless Modem / Router or press [ (Power-ON) ]
to Turn the unit into Standby mode while using “Network
Update”.
Note(s)
• In order to Update the Software via the Internet, you
must Connect the Unit to the Internet and Set up
necessary Settings.
• For the Network Setup, refer to ‘Connection to the
Network’ on page 19.
• For the Network Connection, refer to ‘Network Settings’
on page 49.
• Some Network services require a newer Version of
Software and automatically prompts you to Update.
• Software Update will Not Change any of the current
Settings.
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10. NETWORK
Press the WPS button on your Wireless
Router.
5.
Return to this Unit within 2 minutes, select
“Connect” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
Network Settings
EN
This section describes the Procedures for Network Setup.
By performing the Network Connection Setup, you can use
the Network Features, such as Netflix, VUDU, YouTube™,
CinemaNow and the Network Update function.
4.
On your Router, press the WPS button. Then Return to this
Unit within 2 minutes to select “Connect” and press OK.
You can select either Wireless Connection or Wired Connection.
If you have a Wireless Router, select
“Wireless” to connect to the Internet.
If you connect this Unit to the Network
using an Ethernet cable, select “Wired” to
connect to the Internet.
Wireless
Wired
Back
• Network Connection will automatically be established,
then Connection Test will Start and the Test result will
be Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
There are 2 ways to Set up — “Network Settings Assistant” in a
Wizard format and “Manual Network Settings”.
6.
Network Setting Assistant
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Network” “Network Settings Assistant”
“Start Now”, then press [ OK ].
• Connecting Method Screen will appear.
This unit can be connected to a home
network.
Select your connection type.
Connect
Press [ OK ] to Complete the Network
Setup.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Scan
This Method lets you select an SSID* from the SSID List
automatically obtained by performing “Scan”.
* SSID (Service Set IDentifier) is a Wireless Network name
which is used to identify your Wireless Router (Access Point)
on the Network.
Wireless
Wired
3.
Select “Scan” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Access Points List will be displayed.
Cancel
Select your network.
Router2
■ For Wireless Connection
2.
Select “Wireless” using [
[ OK ].
Router3
/
Router5
Router6
Easy Connect
Select this if your Wireless Router has a WPS button*1. It is the
easiest way to set up a wireless connection. If it fails, try “Easy
Connect” again*2.
*1
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button may be called PBC (Push
Button Configuration) button on your Wireless Router.
*2
If it continuously Fails, then refer to the Router’s Manual for
more details.
Select “Easy Connect” using [
press [ OK ].
Router4
], then press
• You will be asked to select “Easy Connect”, “Scan” or
“Manual Entry”. Select an adequate method according
to your Wireless Router and Settings.
3.
Router1
/
Rescan
Cancel
Router7
Router8
appears next to the SSID (Access Point) that is
Protected with Security.
shows the Access Point’s Signal Strength.
], then
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4.
Select an Access Point to which you wish to
Connect this Unit using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
7.
• WPS Connection Method Screen will appear.
If your router has Wi-Fi protected
Setup(WPS), select Easy Connect
and press OK.
WPS code
If you have non-WPS type devices
in your router network,
select Manual and press OK.
Manual
Easy Connect
Return to this Unit within 2 minutes, select
“Connect” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
• Network Connection will Automatically be Established,
then Connection Test will Start and the Test result will
be Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
8.
Press [ OK ] to Complete the Network
Setup.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Easy Connect
Refer to ‘Easy Connect’ on page 49.
Manual
This Method lets you Configure the Wireless Network by
entering the Security Key to the selected Access Point.
■ 3 Connection Methods
You can select “WPS code”, “Easy Connect” or “Manual”.
Select an adequate Method according to your Wireless
Router and Settings.
• If you Selected an Access Point which supports WPS,
the WPS Connection Method screen will appear. Move
on to ‘WPS Code’ below.
• If you Selected an Access Point which Does Not
Support WPS and this Unit is able to recognize the
Security Method, the WEP / WPA / WPA2 Key Entry
Screen will appear. Move on to ‘Manual’ below.
• If you Selected an Access Point which Does Not
Support WPS and is Not Protected, this Unit
Automatically Establishes a Wireless Network and
perform a Connection Test. Then the Test Result will
be Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
WPS Code
This Method lets you Configure the Wireless Network using
WPS Code method (also known as PIN Code method).
5.
Select “WPS code” using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
• Confirm the 8-digit PIN Code displayed on screen.
5.
Select “Manual” using [
[ OK ].
6.
Enter the Security Key using the On screen
Keyboard.
/
], then press
• WEP / WPA / WPA2 Key Entry Screen will appear.
• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
7.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will Appear.
8.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Connection Test will Start and the Test Result will be
Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
9.
Press [ OK ] to Complete the Network
Setup.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
In the Settings mode on your Router, enter the Router’s 8-digit
WPS PIN Code below.
XXXXXXXX
Within 2 minutes after entering the PIN Code come back to
this Unit to select “Connect” and press OK.
Back
6.
Connect
Log on to your Wireless Router and enter
the 8-digit PIN Code in it.
• For how to log on and set up your Wireless Router,
please refer to its User Manual.
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Manual Entry
Select this if you wish to Configure the Wireless Network
Settings manually by entering an SSID and the Security Key.
Select “Manual Entry” using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
For Wired Connection, a Network Connection will
Automatically be established.
2.
Enter an SSID using the On screen
Keyboard.
• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
5.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
6.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Security Method Selection Screen will appear.
7.
Select an Adequate Security Method using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
• WEP / WPA / WPA2 Key Entry Screen will appear.
• If you select “None” for a Security Method,
Connection Test will Start and the Test result will be
Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
8.
Enter the Security Key using the On screen
Keyboard.
• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
9.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
10. Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
/
], then press
• Network Connection will Automatically be Established,
then Connection Test will Start and the Test result will
be Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
• SSID Entry Screen will appear.
4.
Select “Wired” using [
[ OK ].
EN
3.
■ For Wired Connection
3.
Press [ OK ] to complete the Network
Setup.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Note(s)
• If the Connection Test Passes, you are ready to use
Netflix, VUDU, YouTube™, CinemaNow and Network
Update functions, using the Internet without making any
additional Settings.
• If the Connection Test Fails, you may need to check your
Router Settings and make sure the Physical Connection
is Secure. If you need the MAC Address of this unit
to complete your Router Settings, refer to ‘Network
Settings’ on Page 49.
• When Connecting this Unit directly to a Modem for
the first time or Connecting it to a Modem which was
previously Connected to any other Network Device (e.g.
a Router, PC, etc.), you may have to Power Cycle the
Modem (unplug the Modem’s and/or Router’s AC plug
from its AC Outlet for 30 Seconds and then Plug it Back
in), this may Reset the Settings in the Modem. If you have
a Telephone/Internet Modem with your Cable Service
then you may have to use its Reset Button or Remove the
Backup Battery to Reset this type of Modem.
• If “Internet” Failed on the Connection Test, this Unit is
Not Connected to the Internet. In this case, you Cannot
use the Network services, such as Netflix and Network
Update Function. Please Confirm the Router Settings
or contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) for
Troubleshooting Assistance.
• Connection Test will Start and the Test Result will be
Displayed. Refer to ‘Connection Test’ on page 55.
11. Press [ OK ] to Complete the Network
Setup.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Continued on next page.
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6.
Manual Network Settings
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Network” “Manual Network Settings”,
then press [ OK ].
Setup
Network Settings Assistant
Manual Network Settings
Connection Test
Wireless
Network Selection
Wireless Network Setting
• Auto
IP Configuration
• IP Setting Mode
Proxy Configuration
• Proxy Setting
Setting Status
Select an Access Point to which you wish to
Connect this Unit using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
If you select an Access Point with “Enter Key”, “Start
Now”, or “Select”...
For “Enter Key”: WEP / WPA / WPA2 key entry Screen will
appear. Refer to Step 6 to 9 in ‘Manual’ on page 50.
For “Start Now”: Connection Test will Start. If Connection Test
passes, press [ OK ] to Complete the Network Setup, then
press [ (home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
For “Select”: WPS Connection Method Screen will appear. Refer
to Step 4 to 9 on page 50.
Manually Enter Your SSID
5.
Select “Manually Enter Your SSID” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
• SSID Entry Screen will appear.
6.
■ For Wireless Connection
2.
Select “Network Selection” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
3.
Select “Wireless” using [
[ OK ].
4.
Select “Wireless Network Setting” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
/
],
], then press
You will be asked to Select “Auto” or “Manually Enter Your
SSID”. Select an adequate Method according to your Wireless
Router and Settings.
Auto
5.
Enter the SSID using the On screen
Keyboard.
• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
7.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
• Confirmation Message will appear.
8.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
9.
Press [ OK ] on the SSID.
/
], then press
• List of Security Methods will be Displayed.
Select “Auto” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
10. Select an adequate Security Method using
[
/
], then press [ OK ].
• Access Points List will be Displayed.
Setup
Auto
Manually Enter Your SSID
Router1
• Enter Key
Router2
• Select
Router3
• Enter Key
Router4
• Enter Key
Router5
• Enter Key
Router6
• Start Now
Router7
• Enter Key
Router8
• Enter Key
If you Select “None”…
Connection Test will Start. If Connection Test passes, press [ OK ]
to Complete the Network Setup, then press [ (home) ]
Repeatedly to Exit.
If you select “WEP” or “WPA/WPA2”…
WEP / WPA / WPA2 Key Entry Screen will appear. Refer to
Steps 6 to 9 in ‘Manual’ on page 50.
■ Wired Connection
Refer to ‘For Wired Connection’ on page 51.
appears next to the SSID (Access Point) that is
Protected with Security.
shows the Access Point’s Signal Strength.
Continued on next page.
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IP Configuration
DNS Setting Mode
5.
IP Setting Mode
Press [ (home) ], then Select “Setup”
“Network” “Manual Network Settings”,
then press [ OK ].
2.
Select “IP Configuration” using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “IP Setting Mode” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
DNS Setting Mode: Auto
6.
/
], then press
6.
7.
Enter an IP Address using [
Number buttons ].
8.
/
] or [ the
Proxy Configuration
Enter the Subnet Mask using [
[ the Number buttons ].
Network Selection
IP Configuration
IP Setting Mode
0
. 0
. 0
/
], then
/
] or
Setup
Setup
IP Configuration
], then press
Select “Subnet Mask” using [
press [ OK ].
Wireless Network Setting
IP Address
/
• Subnet Mask Entry Cells will appear.
• IP Address Entry Cells will appear.
Network Selection
Select “Manual” using [
[ OK ].
Subnet Mask
Select “Manual” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ]. Select “IP Address” using [ / ],
then press [ OK ].
Wireless Network Setting
], then press
• Please Move on to ‘Primary DNS’.
IP Setting Mode: Manual
“Manual” lets you Manually Configure the IP Setting.
5.
/
DNS Setting Mode: Manual
• Please Move on to ‘DNS Setting Mode’.
4.
Select “Auto” using [
[ OK ].
• Please Move on to ‘Proxy Configuration’ if your
ISP (Internet Service Provider) requires Proxy
Configuration. Otherwise, Move on to ‘Connection
Test’.
],
IP Setting Mode: Auto
“Auto” will Automatically Configure the IP Setting.
Select “Auto” using [
[ OK ].
],
• You will be asked to select “Auto” or “Manual”.
• You will be asked to Select “Auto” or “Manual”.
4.
/
EN
1.
Select “DNS Setting Mode” using [
then press [ OK ].
Proxy Configuration
. 0
IP Setting Mode
IP Address
0
. 0
. 0
. 0
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS
Subnet Mask
Secondary DNS
Default Gateway
MAC Address
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
• Enter the Subnet Mask after checking the Specifications
of your Router, then Enter the Same Numbers in the
Cells.
MAC Address
• Enter an IP Address after checking the Specifications of
your Router.
• If an IP Address is Unknown, check the IP Address of
other Devices (e.g. PC connected with a LAN cable).
Then, in the Cell to the far right, assign a Different
Number from those other Devices.
6.
9.
Press [ OK ] when at the Cell to the far
right.
• Please Move on to ‘Default Gateway’.
Press [ OK ] when at the Cell to the far
right.
• Please Move on to ‘Subnet Mask’.
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Default Gateway
Secondary DNS
10. Select “Default Gateway” using [
then press [ OK ].
/
],
• Default Gateway Address Entry Cells will appear.
11. Enter the Default Gateway Address using
[
/
16. Select “Secondary DNS” using [
],
• Secondary DNS Address Entry Cells will appear.
17. Enter the Secondary DNS Address using
[
] or [ the Number buttons ].
/
] or [ the Number buttons ].
Setup
Setup
Network Selection
Wireless Network Setting
IP Configuration
Proxy Configuration
IP Setting Mode
IP Address
0
. 0
. 0
. 0
Wireless Network Setting
IP Configuration
Default Gateway
Proxy Configuration
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
MAC Address
MAC Address
. 0
• Enter the Secondary DNS Address after checking the
specifications of your Router, then enter the same
numbers in the cells.
right.
• Please Move on to ‘Connection Test’.
/
press [ OK ].
], then
• Primary DNS Address Entry Cells will appear.
Proxy Configuration
Proxy Setting
Setup
1.
Press [ (home) ], then Select “Setup”
“Network” “Manual Network Settings”,
then press [ OK ].
2.
Select “Proxy Configuration” using , then
press [ OK ].
3.
Select “Proxy Setting” using [
press [ OK ].
4.
Select “Use” using [
[ OK ].
5.
Select “Proxy Address” using [
press [ OK ].
IP Setting Mode
IP Address
0
. 0
. 0
. 0
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
MAC Address
14. Enter the Primary DNS Address using
/
. 0
18. Press [ OK ] when at the Cell to the far
13. Select “Primary DNS” using [
Proxy Configuration
. 0
Default Gateway
Secondary DNS
Primary DNS
IP Configuration
0
Primary DNS
• Please Move on to ‘Primary DNS’.
Wireless Network Setting
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask
right.
Network Selection
IP Setting Mode
Network Selection
12. Press [ OK ] when at the Cell to the far
[
/
then press [ OK ].
] or [ the Number buttons ].
15. Press [ OK ] when at the Cell to the far
right.
/
/
], then
], then press
/
], then
• Proxy Address Entry Screen will appear.
• Please Move on to ‘Secondary DNS’.
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6.
Enter the Proxy Address using the On
screen Keyboard.
USB-HDD Connection
7.
Select “OK” using [
press [ OK ].
/
/
/
], then
Before Connecting a USB-HDD (external HDD)
• Confirmation Message will appear.
8.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
/
], then press
• Please Move on to ‘Proxy Port’.
Proxy Port
9.
Select “Proxy Port” using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
• Proxy Port Number Entry Cell will appear.
10. Enter the Proxy Port Number using [
or [ the Number buttons ].
/
If you wish to use a USB-HDD, connect a USB-HDD to this
Unit and Register it. The USB-HDD is Not Ready to use until it
is Registered.
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• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
]
USB-HDD can Record Digital TV Programs, which this Unit
Receives, and Plays back the Recorded Titles just like the Internal
HDD does. (Refer to the USB-HDD’s Manual as well.)
• If Connecting a USB-HDD that has been used on another
Device (HDD Recorder / TV / PC) to this Unit, ALL
Stored Data on the USB-HDD will be DELETED due to
necessary Initialization in this Unit’s Unique Formatting.
• In order to Use the USB-HDD (which has been
Connected to this Unit), on a PC, the USB-HDD will
need to be Initialized (Reformatted) on the PC. Note that
ALL Stored Data on the USB-HDD will be DELETED.
• Stored Titles Recorded on the USB-HDD with this Unit
can Only be Played on this Unit. Other HDD Recorders
or PC’s are not compatible.
11. Press [ OK ].
Connection Test
After Enabling a Network Connection or Manually change the
Network Settings, always perform the Connection Test to check
to see if the Connection is correctly made.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Network” “Connection Test” “Start
Now”, then press [ OK ].
• Connection Test will Start. The Test Result will appear
right after the Test Finishes.
2.
– “Testing...”: The Test is in Progress.
– “Pass”: Connection Test is Successfully
Completed.
– “Fail”: Connection Test Failed. Check the
Network Settings.
Press [ OK ] to Select “Info”.
• Network Address Information will be Displayed.
3.
Press [ OK ] to Finish.
■ About Download Speed
If a message which informs you that your Internet
Connection Speed is too slow to use Video On-Demand
Services, you may need to Update your Connection Speed.
Please contact your ISP for further Assistance.
Setting Status
You can Check the Network Status.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Network” “Setting Status”, then press
[ OK ].
• List of Network Information will be Displayed.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
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Registering a USB-HDD
Deregistering a USB-HDD
If you Connect an Unregistered USB-HDD with 32GB to 4TB,
this Unit Automatically Detects it and prompts you to Register
the USB-HDD with the Unit.
1.
Note(s)
• ALL Stored Data on the USB-HDD will be DELETED due
to necessary Initialization in this Unit’s Unique Formatting.
• You can Register up to 8 USB-HDDs.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Media
Manager” “USB-HDD Menu” “Register
USB-HDD Setting” using [ / / / ],
then press [ OK ].
• USB-HDD Registration Screen will appear.
2.
Select a USB-HDD to Deregister using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
3.
Select “Deregister USB-HDD” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
4.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
5.
Confirmation Message will appear again.
Select “Yes” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ].
• Confirmation Window will appear.
• USB-HDD Registration Screen will appear.
2.
Select any “(unregistered)” Row using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
Media Manager (USB-HDD)
• Confirmation Message will appear.
<Register USB-HDD Setting>
Select USB-HDD number you want to change.
3.
USB-HDD 1.
(unregistered)
USB-HDD 2.
For Drama
USB-HDD 3.
For Sport
USB-HDD 4.
(unregistered)
USB-HDD 5.
(unregistered)
USB-HDD 6.
(unregistered)
USB-HDD 7.
(unregistered)
USB-HDD 8.
(unregistered)
/
], then press
• Deregistration will be Completed. Press [
Repeatedly to Exit.
(home) ]
Note(s)
Back
Select “Register USB-HDD in this device”
using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear twice. If you
Agree, select “Yes” using [ / ], then press
[ OK ]. Formatting will Start. Wait until Formatting is
Completed.
4.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Media
Manager” “USB-HDD Menu” “Register
USB-HDD Setting” using [ / / / ],
then press [ OK ].
• After Deregisteration of USB-HDD, all Recorded Titles in
the USB-HDD cannot be Played back.
Changing the Device Name
After Registration of USB-HDD is Completed, you are asked if
you wish to Change the Name of the USB-HDD.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Media
Manager” “USB-HDD Menu” “Edit
USB-HDD Name” using [ / / / ],
then press [ OK ].
2.
Enter a Name using the On screen
Keyboard.
Select to change the Device Name or not.
• If you wish to change the Device Name, select “Yes”
using [ / ], then press [ OK ]. Move on Step 2 in
‘Changing the Device Name’ on this page.
• If you do NOT wish to change the Device Name,
select “No” using [ / ], then press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear. If you Agree, select
“Yes” using [ / ], then press [ OK ]. Registration
will be Completed and this Unit will Switch to the TV
viewing mode. (If you have Entered from “Edit USBHDD Name”, the Unit returns to “USB-HDD Menu”
screen.)
• For details on how to use the On screen Keyboard,
refer to ‘Guide to the On Screen Keyboard’ on page 45.
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Disclaimer
• This Unit is equipped with an Internal HDD.
• A USB-HDD can be used by Connecting it to this Unit.
• Connect the USB-HDD directly to this Unit.
Connection via a USB hub is Not Supported.
• HDD’s are susceptible to damage from conditions, such
as Impact Shock, Vibration, and Temperature changes. To
avoid losing Stored Data, be careful of the following:
– Do Not Vibrate or Send Shock Waves to the HDD.
– Do Not use this Unit on an Unstable or Moving
Surface.
– Place this Unit on a Level Surface. For the USB-HDD,
place it as the Manufacturer Advises.
– Do Not Block the Cooling Vents on the Bottom or
Rear Panel on this Unit.
– Do Not use this Unit in Places where the Temperature
is Extremely High or Fluctuates greatly.
– Do Not Unplug the AC Power cord while this Unit is
On.
– Do Not unplug the AC power cord or Turn Off the
Circuit Breaker while this Unit is Recording or Playing
back. When Unplugging the AC Power cord, press
[ (Power-ON) ] first, wait until this Unit has finished
its Shutdown Procedure, confirm that it is completely
Shut Down, then Unplug the AC Power cord.
– We are Not Responsible for Data Loss due to Impact
Shock, Vibration, False Operations, Malfunction or
unauthorized Repair of this Unit.
• HDD’s have numerous Mechanical parts inside and
are Highly Precise and Fragile, similar to PC’s; there
is a possibility that a partial breakdown could occur,
resulting in Data Reading / Writing becoming Impossible.
Therefore, the HDD should be considered a Temporary
Storage Device until Viewing the Recorded Titles.
If a Recording is attempted on a partially-broken area on
the HDD, block-noise in the picture or distorted sound may
occur. If the HDD is continuously used in this condition, the
symptoms may become severe, and in the end, the entire
HDD may become unusable. If such symptoms appear, please
contact the Service as soon as possible for maintenance or
repair.
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• We are not responsible for any damages or injury
caused by fire, natural disaster (including earthquakes,
lightning strikes, etc.), misuse, or use under abnormal
circumstances.
• We are not responsible for any indirect damages from use
of this Unit or malfunction of this Unit.
• We are not responsible for any damages caused by not
following the instructions in the User Manual.
• We are not responsible for any damages from system
malfunctions caused by use of an unauthorized third party’s
device, software or a combination of these.
Important Notes for the Internal HDD and USB-HDD’s
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Information on Network Services
Net TV
Before Using Network Services
Please follow the Instructions below before using Network
Features.
1.
Netflix ESN
Connect this Unit to the Internet.
• Refer to ‘Connection to the Network’ on page 19.
2.
Configure the Necessary Network
Connection Settings.
4.
You can View the ESN (Electronic Serial Number, which Netflix
uses to Identify your Device). Netflix Customer Service might
ask you for this Number during Troubleshooting.
1.
Press [ NET TV ].
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software” “Netflix ESN”, then press
[ OK ].
• Net TV Screen will appear.
• “Netflix ESN” will be displayed.
• Refer to ‘Network Settings’ on page 49.
3.
For detailed information on the third-party Internet services,
please visit each Service Provider’s Website.
Netflix: http://www.netflix.com/HowItWorks
VUDU: http://www.vudu.com/product_overview.html
CinemaNow: http://www.cinemanow.com
Setup
Select the Desired APP using
[ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
Video / Audio
Display
■ For the First Time Only…
HDMI
“Network Service Disclaimer” Screen will appear.
Playback / Recording
1. After Confirming the Content, Select “Agree” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
• The Screen will Return to the Net TV Screen.
Network
Software
■ Setting Country
1. Press [ (home) ], then select “Net TV”
using [ / / / ], then press [ OK ].
• Country Selection Screen will appear.
Software Information
***************
Software Update
***************
Automatically Check for
Netflix Deactivation
Netflix ESN
VUDU Deactivation
YouTube Deactivation
Digital Rights mgmt
Other
“Country”
Note(s)
• To Exit from a Network Service, press [ (home) ].
• You can later Return to the “Network Service Disclaimer”
Screen by selecting “Terms of Use” in Net TV Screen.
• Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Deactivation of Network Services
You can Remove your Account Information tied to a Network
Service and Deactivate it.
1.
Press [ (home) ], then select “Setup”
“Software”, then press [ OK ].
2.
Select “xxxx deactivation”* using [
then press [ OK ].
3.
/
],
* xxxx will be the Network Service name to Deactivate.
Select “Yes” using [
[ OK ].
• Press [
/
], then press
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
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11. FUNCTION SETUP
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List of Settings
The following Table has the Information which you can Set and the gray cells are the Default Settings. Refer to the following Table for
useful Operations.
Menu
Video / Audio TV Aspect
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
4:3 Letter Box
4:3 Pan & Scan
16:9 Wide
16:9 Squeeze
Still Mode
Auto
Field
Frame
Noise
Off
Reduction
Minimum
Medium
Maximum
Auto
Dolby Digital PCM
Bitstream
Setup
DRC
Display
Language
Caption
Settings
Off
On
English
Français
Español
Closed
Caption
Caption
Service
Digital
Caption
Service
Contents
Set a picture size according to
aspect ratio of your TV.
Set the type of Still Image when
Pausing during Playback
Reduce the noise in the picture.
Set the type of sound signal which
outputs from the HDMI output
jack.
Compress the range of sound
volume.
Set the language for menu
language.
Off
On
CC-1
CC-2
CC-3
CC-4
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
CS-1
CS-2
CS-3
CS-4
CS-5
CS-6
Set whether to display Closed
Captions.
Set the type of Analog TV Closed
Caption.
Set the type of Digital TV Closed
Caption.
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Setup
Menu
Display
Caption
Settings
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
Digital
Reset to Default
Caption
Reset to Default
Options
Font Style
Default
Monospaced Serif
Serif
Monospaced Sans
Sans Serif
Casual
Cursive
Small Caps
Font Size
Default
Small
Standard
Large
Font Color
Default
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Font Opacity
Default
Solid
Transparent
Translucent
Flashing
Background Color
Default
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Background Opacity
Default
Solid
Transparent
Translucent
Flashing
Contents
Reset the status of Digital
Caption Options.
Set the Font Style of the displayed
caption.
Set the Font Size of the displayed
caption.
Set the Font Color of the
displayed caption.
Set the font transparency
(Opacity) of the displayed
caption.
Set the Background Color of the
displayed caption box.
Set the background transparency
(Opacity) of the displayed
captioning box.
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Menu
Display
Caption
Settings
Setup
On
HDMI
Playback /
Recording
HDMI Video
Resolution
Auto
480p
720p
1080i
1080p
HDMI Audio Off
Out
On
Variable Skip 5 Seconds
10 Seconds
30 Seconds
1 Minute
5 Minutes
Variable
5 Seconds
Replay
10 Seconds
30 Seconds
1 Minute
5 Minutes
Auto Chapter Off
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
60 Minutes
Contents
Set the Edge Color of the
displayed caption.
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TV Screen
Protection
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
Digital
Edge Color
Caption
Default
Options
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
Edge Type
Default
None
Raised
Depressed
Uniform
Left Drop Shadow
Right Drop Shadow
Off
Set the edge type of the displayed
caption.
Set whether to reduce the
brightness of the display when
there is no operation for
5 Minutes while Menu Screen is
displayed.
Set the resolution of an output
signal from the HDMI jack.
Set whether to output sound
from HDMI jack.
Set the amount of skip time
when you press [ SKIP ] during
Playback.
Set the amount of rewind time
when you press [ REPLAY ]
during Playback.
Insert the chapter marks at
a preset time interval during
Recording.
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Menu
Network
Network
Settings
Assistant
Manual
Network
Settings
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
Start Now
Wireless
Easy Connect
Scan
WPS code
Easy Connect
Manual
Manual Entry
Wired
Network
Wired
Selection
Wireless
Wireless
Auto
Network
Manually Enter Your SSID
Setting
IP
IP Setting Mode
Configuration
Auto
Manual
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Setup
Default Gateway
Connection
Test
Software
DNS Setting Mode
Auto
Manual
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
MAC Address
Proxy
Proxy Setting
Configuration
Do not Use
Use
Proxy Address
Proxy Port
Start Now
Setting Status
Device Name
Software Information
Software
Update
USB
Network
Automatically Off
Check for
On
Netflix
Yes
Deactivation No
Netflix ESN
VUDU
Yes
Deactivation No
YouTube
Yes
Deactivation No
Digital Rights mgmt
License
Contents
Set up network connection
settings interactively.
Set up network connection
settings manually.
This setting is displayed only
when “Network Selection” is set
to “Wireless”.
Set up the IP Address, DNS
and MAC Address for Network
Settings.
If “Auto” is selected in “IP Setting
Mode”, “IP Address”, “Subnet
Mask” and “Default Gateway” is
not displayed.
If “Manual” is selected in “IP
Setting Mode”, “DNS Setting
Mode” is not displayed.
“Primary DNS” and “Secondary
DNS” is not displayed if you
select “Auto” in “DNS Setting
Mode”.
Set up Proxy Setting while
Network is connected.
“Proxy Address” and “Proxy Port”
is not displayed if you select “Do
not Use” in “Proxy Setting”.
After you enable a network
connection or change the
network settings, always perform
the Connection Test to check if
the connection is correctly made.
Display the current Setting Status.
Change the name of the unit.
Display the current software
version.
Update the software by using
USB or Network (Internet).
Set whether to check for latest
software automatically.
Set whether to deactivate Netflix
connection.
Display the ESN information.
Set whether to deactivate VUDU
connection.
Set whether to deactivate
YouTube connection.
Display the Licenses of Digital
rights management.
Display the Licenses of Open
Source Software.
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Menu
Other
Auto Power
Off
Setup
Initialization
Channels
On
Code1
Code2
Initialize Settings
Initialize for Network Setting
Initialize for Personal Information
Autoprogram Start Now
Weak Channel Installation
Installation
Mode
Antenna
Cable
Skipping Channels
Clock
Clock Setting
Auto Clock
Off
On
Installation
Time Zone
Daylight
Saving Time
Atlantic
Eastern
Central
Mountain
Pacific
Alaska
Hawaii
Off
On
Digital Audio Language
Alternate
Audio
Main
SAP
Mono /
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Contents
Set whether to Turn the unit Off
automatically when there is no
operation for 3 hours.
Set the Remote Control Code.
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Remote
Control
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
Off
Reset to the default settings.
Scan the available channels.
Add the channels that were not
added by “Autoprogram”.
(When “Installation Mode” is Set
to “Antenna” only.)
Install channels by Antenna.
Install channels by Cable.
Set channels you want to skip
using [ CH +/− ].
Set the clock.
Set the clock automatically.
(Displayed only when this unit is
receiving Digital signal.)
Adjust the time for each time
zone.
Set the clock 1 hr ahead or back
for Daylight Saving Time.
You can select the Audio
Language while your TV is
receiving the Digital broadcasting.
You can select Main or SAP while
your TV is receiving the Analog
broadcasting that has the SAP
(Second Audio Program).
It differs depending on the
program.
You can select Mono or Stereo
if the Analog broadcasting is
sending the MTS (Multichannel
television sound).
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Menu
Child Lock
Items (highlighted in gray is the default)
Channel Lock
All
None
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
Movie Ratings All
Lock
NR
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
Canadian
All
English Rating E
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
Canadian
All
French Rating E
G
8 ans+
13 ans+
16 ans+
18 ans+
Region Ratings Lock
Installation
TV Ratings
Lock
Change PIN
Contents
Set to Restrict Access on Certain
Channels.
Set the viewing limitation
according to US TV program
ratings.
Set the viewing limitation
according to US Movie Ratings.
Set the viewing limitation
according to Canadian English
language ratings.
Set the viewing limitation
according to Canadian French
language ratings.
Sets the Region rating.
Displayed only when this unit is
receiving the RRT5(V-Chip2.0).
You can set your own PIN Code.
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Setups
1.
Press [
using [
Video / Audio
Adjusting the Video / Audio Mode or some other
Picture / Sound functions.
(home) ] then select “Setup”
/ / / ] then press [ OK ].
Display
2.
➠ p.66
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In the Setup Menu, you can customize the various kinds of
Settings with your Preferences.
Refer to the following Instructions to Navigate through the
Setup Menu.
Watch TV
Timer Programming
Media Manager
Net TV
Title List
Dubbing
Installation
Setup
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
Adjusting the Picture Mode or customize the Picture
quality as your preference.
HDMI
/
] then
➠ p.67
➠ p.70
Setting the HDMI connection only when using the
HDMI cable.
Setup
Video / Audio
Display
HDMI
Playback / Recording
Network
TV Aspect
Still Mode
Noise Reduction
Dolby Digital
DRC
Software
Playback / Recording
➠ p.70
Setting the intervals of Variable Skip and Replay
for playback, and Auto Chapter for recording TV
programs as your preference.
Other
• Sub Menu will appear.
3.
Press [
(home) ] Repeatedly to Exit.
Network
➠ p.49
Setting the Network (Internet) Connection in order
to use Network or Network Update function.
Software
➠ p.47
You can check the Current Software Version, Update
the Software or Deactivate the Setting for Net TV.
Other
➠ p.71
Adjusting Other Function’s:
Reset the Setting to Default or Set the Code for the
Remote.
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Video / Audio
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Setup
Video / Audio
Display
HDMI
Playback / Recording
Network
TV Aspect
• 16:9 Squeeze
Still Mode
• Auto
Noise Reduction
• Off
Dolby Digital
• Bitstream
DRC
• Off
Software
16:9
Aspect ratio
of the video
source
Setting of
TV Aspect
When “HDMI Video
Resolution” is set to
“480p” or when you
Connect this Unit
to the TV using the
Audio/Video cables.
When “HDMI Video
Resolution” is set to
“720p” – “1080p”.
4:3 Letter Box
Other
• Sub Menu will appear.
2.
4:3 Pan & Scan
Set the selected item in references below.
TV Aspect
Use this Feature to Adjust the Aspect Ratio of the Video Source
which is different from your TV’s Ratio to fit your TV monitor
without Distorting the Picture.
1.
Select a Setting using [
[ OK ].
/
Aspect ratio
of the video
source
4:3
], then press
16:9 Wide
16:9 Squeeze
Note(s)
• TV Aspect may differ from above when watching
Network Service.
■ If you have a standard TV:
Setting of
TV Aspect
When “HDMI Video
Resolution” is set to
When “HDMI Video
“480p” or when you
Resolution” is set to
Connect this Unit
“720p” – “1080p”.
to the TV using the
Audio/Video cables.
4:3 Letter Box
4:3 Pan & Scan
Select “4:3 Letter Box” so that black bars appear on the top
and bottom of the TV screen when playing back a widescreen picture.
Select “4:3 Pan & Scan” for a full height picture with both
sides trimmed when playing back wide-screen picture.
■ If you have a widescreen TV:
Select “16:9 Wide” when you wish to enjoy 16:9 picture on
the 16:9 TV.
Select “16:9 Squeeze” to enjoy 4:3 picture on the 16:9 TV.
Use this setting to display 4:3 picture on the 16:9 TV without
distorting the aspect ratio of the picture when playing back
standard picture.
Note(s)
• Please contact TV Manufacturer if you have any problem
with it.
16:9 Wide
16:9 Squeeze
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Still Mode
Use this Feature to Set the type of Still Image when Playback is
Paused. Select “Auto” usually.
Select a Setting using [
[ OK ].
/
1.
], then press
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
EN
1.
Display
Setup
Your Setting will be Activated.
Auto:
Optimum Resolution Setting (“Field” or
“Frame”) will be Selected.
Field:
Images in the Still Mode will be Stabilized.
Frame:
Images in the Still Mode will be Highly
Defined.
Video / Audio
Display
HDMI
Language
• English
Caption Settings
• Closed Caption
TV Screen Protection
• On
Playback / Recording
Network
Software
Note(s)
Other
• Frame is 1 completed Video Image made up of 2 fields
(There are 30 frames per second of NTSC video).
• Sub Menu will appear.
2.
Noise Reduction
Reduces the Noise on the Playback picture.
1.
Select a Setting using [
[ OK ].
Off:
Minimum:
Medium:
Maximum:
Auto:
/
Set the selected Item in references below.
Language
], then press
Sets the Language for the On-screen display.
Deactivates Noise Reduction.
Sets Noise Reduction to Minimum.
Sets Noise Reduction to Medium.
Sets Noise Reduction to Maximum.
Optimum setting will be selected.
Note(s)
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Your Setting will be Activated.
English:
Sets the Language to English.
Français:
Sets the Language to French.
Español:
Sets the Language to Spanish.
• This function can also be Set during Netflix / VUDU /
YouTube™ / CinemaNow Playback.
• The Setting will remain the Same even if the Unit is
switched to Standby mode.
Dolby Digital
Sets the Dolby Digital Audio output from HDMI.
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
PCM:
Bitstream:
/
], then
Converts the Dolby Digital into PCM
(2 channel).
Outputs a Bitstream.
DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
This Compression function will reduce the Volume of the
Loudest sounds and Amplify quieter sounds to make it easier to
hear voices or raise the average Sound Level.
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
Off:
On:
/
], then
Sets DRC to Off.
Sets DRC to On.
Note(s)
• This function is available for Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital
Plus.
Not available for LPCM and MPEG playback.
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Caption Settings
Digital Caption Service
Closed Caption refers to Text of Dialogue or Descriptions
Displayed On-screen.
Use this Menu to change the Settings for Closed Caption.
Sets the selected Item in references below.
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Setup
This Function is available on Digital broadcasting.
Change the Settings for Digital Caption Service using this Menu.
CS-1 to CS-6
Digital Caption Options
Language
Caption Settings
TV Screen Protection
Closed Caption
• Off
Caption Service
• CC-1
Digital Caption Service
• CS-1
Digital Caption Options
• Reset to Default
The following Settings can be Configured.
Closed Caption
Closed Caption
Caption Service
Select if you Do Not want Closed Caption.
Sets Unit to display the Closed Caption.
• The Setting description for each Item is shown below.
Caption Service
• This Function is available on Analog broadcasting.
CC-1 and T-1
The Primary Caption and Text services.
The Captioning or Text is displayed in the
same Language as the Program’s dialogue
(up to 4 lines of script on the TV screen,
where it does not obstruct relevant parts
of the picture).
CC-3 and T-3
Serve as the preferred Data Channels.
The Captioning or Text is often a
secondary Language.
CC-2, CC-4,
T-2 and T-4
Rarely available and broadcasters use
them only in special conditions, such as
when “CC-1” and “CC-3” or “T-1” and
“T-3” are not available.
Reset to Default
• Reset to Default
Font Style
• Cursive
Font Size
• Default
Digital Caption Service
Font Color
• Magenta
Digital Caption Options
Font Opacity
• Flashing
Closed Caption
Off:
On:
Selects one of these before changing
any other item in “Closed Caption”
menu. Choose “CS-1” under normal
circumstances.
Background Color
• Red
Background Opacity
• Solid
Edge Color
• Green
<Reset to Default>
You can Reset the Status of Digital Caption Options.
<Font Style>
Font Style of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Monospaced Serif
Serif
Monospaced Sans
Sans Serif
Casual
Cursive
Small Caps
<Font Size>
Font Size of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Small
Standard
Large
<Font Color>
Font Color of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
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<Font Opacity>
Font Opacity of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Solid
Translucent
Flashing
<Background Color>
Background Color of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
Off:
On:
/
], then
EN
Transparent
TV Screen Protection
This Setting will Reduce the Brightness of the On Screen
Display by 25% when you do not operate any key on Remote
Control for 5 Minutes.
Sets the Setting to Off.
Sets the Setting to On.
Default
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
<Background Opacity>
Background Opacity of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Solid
Transparent
Translucent
Flashing
<Edge Color>
Edge Color of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
Black
White
Red
Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Cyan
<Edge Type>
Edge Type of the displayed Caption can be Switched.
Default
None
Raised
Depressed
Uniform
Left Drop Shadow
Right Drop Shadow
Note(s)
• The EUT setting that satisfies § 79.102 (e) is as follows:
Font: Mono-font
Character size: Large
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HDMI
1.
Playback / Recording
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Setup
1.
Video / Audio
HDMI Video Resolution
• Auto
HDMI Audio Out
• On
Video / Audio
Display
HDMI
HDMI
Playback / Recording
Playback / Recording
Network
Network
Software
Software
Other
Other
• Sub Menu will appear.
Set the selected Item in references below.
2.
Note(s)
HDMI Video Resolution
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Optimum setting will be selected.
Sets HDMI resolution to 480 Progressive
Sets HDMI resolution to 720 Progressive
Sets HDMI resolution to 1080 Interlaced
Sets HDMI resolution to 1080 Progressive
• The HDMI mode that is Not Supported by the
Display Device will be Skipped.
Note(s)
• When the HDMI Video Resolution is set to “Auto” or
“1080p”, Video signals are not output from the Video Out
jack depending on your TV.
HDMI Audio Out
If you do not wish to Output the Audio through HDMI, you can
set the HDMI Audio Output Off.
1.
Variable Skip
• 30 Seconds
Variable Replay
• 10 Seconds
Auto Chapter
• 10 Minutes
Set the selected Item in references below.
Variable Skip / Replay
Selects an HDMI output mode.
HDMI Connection makes this Unit automatically output the
most suitable resolution for your TV.
Auto:
480p:
720p:
1080i:
1080p:
], then
• Sub Menu will appear.
• Settings for HDMI is only available when there is HDMI
Connection.
1.
/
Setup
Display
2.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
Assign [ SKIP ] or [ REPLAY ] to Skip or Rewind by a
certain amount of Time when they are pressed during
Playback.
1.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
■ Variable Skip
Sets the amount of Skip time for [ SKIP ].
5 Seconds: Sets the amount of Skip time to 5 Seconds.
10 Seconds: Sets the amount of Skip time to 10 Seconds.
30 Seconds: Sets the amount of Skip time to 30 Seconds.
1 Minute:
Sets the amount of Skip time to 1 Minute.
5 Minutes: Sets the amount of Skip time to 5 Minutes.
■ Variable Replay
Sets the amount of Rewind time for [ REPLAY ].
5 Seconds: Sets the amount of Rewind time to
5 Seconds.
10 Seconds: Sets the amount of Rewind time to
10 Seconds.
30 Seconds: Sets the amount of Rewind time to
30 Seconds.
1 Minute:
Sets the amount of Rewind time to 1 Minute.
5 Minutes: Sets the amount of Rewind time to
5 Minutes.
], then
• Set to “Off ” when the HDMI Sound is Not Output.
On:
Off:
Outputs the Audio from HDMI.
Mutes the Audio from HDMI.
• Your Setting will be Activated.
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Auto Chapter
Remote Control
The Unit Inserts Chapter Marks periodically during Recording.
Using the Auto Chapter menu, you can set this function Off or
Change the Time Period.
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
Off:
5 Minutes:
10 Minutes:
15 Minutes:
20 Minutes:
30 Minutes:
60 Minutes:
/
], then
Select if you Do Not want Auto Chapter.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 5 Minutes.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 10 Minutes.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 15 Minutes.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 20 Minutes.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 30 Minutes.
Insert Chapter Marks by every 60 Minutes.
1.
2.
Note(s)
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Setup
Video / Audio
HDMI
Auto Power Off
• On
Remote Control
• Code1
Initialization
• Initialize Settings
Playback / Recording
Code1 :
Code2 :
Sets the Remote Control Code to 1.
Sets the Remote Control Code to 2.
• You need to set both the Unit and the Remote Control to
the Same Code.
• The Default setting for the Remote Control is “Code1”.
• If the Unit is turned into Standby with unmatched Remote
Control Code, the REC Indicator will blink.
Initialization
Initializes Settings on the Unit.
1.
Network
Select a desired Item using [
press [ OK ].
/
], then
Initialize Settings:
You can Reset the Status of
Setup Menu.
Initialize for Network You can Reset the Status of
Setting:
Network Settings.
Initialize for Personal You can Reset your Personal
Information:
Information to the Factory
Default.
Software
Other
• Sub Menu will appear.
2.
Keep pressing [ TITLE LIST ], then press
the Remote Control Code you selected.
Note(s)
Other
Display
Select your preferred Remote Control
Code using [ / ].
• If the Unit and the Remote Control’s Remote Control
Code does Not match, an Error Message will appear
on the TV Screen and REC and Power-ON Indicators
on the Front Panel blink. Follow the instructions on the
TV screen.
• The Interval for Auto Chapter may be up to 2 Minutes
different from the Time Option you Set.
1.
EN
1.
Sets the Code 1 or 2 for your Remote Control.
By setting the Remote Control Code to this Unit, you can
prevent other devices from responding when you use the
Remote Control.
Set the selected Item in references below.
Auto Power Off
Set for the Auto Power Off function to Turn Off the Unit
automatically when the unit has been inactive for 3 hours.
Confirmation Message will be displayed 3 minutes before the
Unit is automatically Turned Off.
Off:
Select if you Do Not want Auto Power Off.
On:
Sets the Auto Power Off to Activate.
2.
Press [ OK ].
• Confirmation Message will appear. Select “Yes” using
[ / ], then press [ OK ].
• When “Initialize for Personal Information” is selected,
PIN Code entry window will appear. Enter the current
4-digit PIN Code number using [ the Number
buttons ].
Note(s)
• These Settings listed below will remain Unchanged even
after the “Initialize Settings”.
– Network Settings
– Remote Control
– Installation
• When “Initialize for Personal Information” is performed, all
Recorded Titles in HDD and Registered USB-HDDs will
be DELETED.
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12. OTHERS
Troubleshooting
Before requesting service for this unit, check the table below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple
checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation.
Symptom
Remedy
• Check that the AC Power cord is connected securely.
• Remote Control batteries may be weak, Replace them with new ones.
• This Unit’s Remote Control Code will be set back to the Default setting
“Code1” after “Initialize for Personal Information”. Keep pressing [ TITLE
LIST ] and press the number button [ 1 ] on the Remote Control to Set the
Remote Control’s Remote Control Code to “Code1”. (Refer to page 71 on
‘Remote Control’.)
• Leave the unit Unplugged for 5 Minutes, Plug the Unit back in. If the Unit Does Not
Power On please contact our Customer Service Center for Service on the model.
The unit turns On automatically
without any operation.
• The unit turns On automatically 6 seconds before the Timer Recording.
REC Indicator is Blinking during
Standby.
• The Clock Setting is not completed. (Refer to page 28 for complete the setting.)
• The REC Indicator will blink in Standby mode, from 2 minutes Before the
Programmed Starting Time.
• Check the Remote Control Code. (Refer to ‘Remote Control’ on page 71.)
• The REC Indicator will blink while the Unit is acquiring Auto Clock Data.
The unit does not response.
• “ ” or error message appears if the operation is prohibited.
• Remote Control batteries may be weak, replace them with new ones.
• Leave the Unit unplugged for 5 Minutes, Plug the Unit back in. If the unit Does
Not Power On please contact our Customer Service Center for Service on
the model.
No Picture, Sound or Menu appears
on the Screen.
• Depending on the Source/Connection, confirm the following:
– For Antenna/Basic Cable, redo an Auto Scan on the model.
– For Satellite Receiver/Cable Box, check the connections to make sure they
are securely connected.
– For RF Coaxial Cable, redo an Auto Scan on the model.
– For HDMI and RCA Audio/Video, check the connections to make sure they
are securely connected.
• Check if the Connections are made Securely and Correctly.
• Check if the Cables are Damaged.
• Check if a Correct External Input Channel is selected on your TV. (Refer to page 21.)
• Check if you have Completed the Channel Setting. (Refer to pages 26–27.)
• When you set HDMI with 1080p output, picture will not be displayed with
RCA Video connection.
Time jumps/Auto Clock set’s incorrect
time.
• Set the ‘Clock Setting (Auto)’ to “Off ” and try ‘Clock Setting (Manual)’ on
page 28.
The Unit Does Not Operate properly.
• Moisture has Condensed inside the Unit. Leave the Unit turned On for about
2 hours until the Moisture Evaporates.
When you Forget the Password for
Parental Lock.
• Enter 0711 in “Enter PIN” to reset the PIN Code.
No Analog TV Closed Caption are
Output.
• If you are using an HDMI connection to watch the TV programs through this
Unit, Analog TV Closed Caption cannot be Output. Try using Video / Audio
Output connection to the TV.
GENERAL
POWER
The Power Does Not turn On.
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TV Channels Cannot be Changed.
• Check if the Connections are made Securely and Correctly.
• Check if the Cables are Damaged.
• Try Channel Setting by following the Steps on pages 26–27.
Only Specific Channels do not Appear.
• The Channels may be Set to be Skipped. (Refer to page 27.)
Unable to Record.
• It is Prohibited to make a Recording from 2 minutes before the Programmed
Start Time of a Timer Recording.
• The space of the Recording Media may be used up. Try deleting Unnecessary
Titles, or connect a recordable USB-HDD.
• The Maximum Number of Titles has been Exceeded. Delete the Unnecessary
Titles to make enough Space or connect a recordable USB-HDD.
• Check if the Connections are made Securely and Correctly.
• This Unit Cannot Record Audio Only Programs.
Timer Recording Cannot be
Performed.
• The Internal Clock of the Unit may have been Stopped due to a Power
Outage. Reset the Clock Setting (Refer to page 28.)
TV Aspect Ratio Does Not Match
your TV Screen.
• Check the TV Aspect Ratio. (Refer to page 66.)
Playback Picture is Distorted.
Color of the Picture is Abnormal.
• During Fast Forward or Fast Reverse, Playback Picture may be Distorted. This
is Not a Malfunction.
• Check if the Cables are Damaged.
• Keep the Equipment which may cause Electrical disturbances, such as a
Cellular Phone, away from the unit.
There is No Sound or No Subtitle.
• Turn On All connected Devices.
• Check if the Connections are made Securely and Correctly.
• If using the HDMI connection, Sound is Not Output when “HDMI Audio
Out” is set to “Off ”.
• Check the RCA Audio cable connection. If you are using HDMI-DVI
conversion cable, you must also connect the RCA Audio cables.
• If using the HDMI connection, check whether the Output Format of this
Unit (HDMI FORMAT) matches the supported Input Format of the other
connected Device.
Playback Does Not Start from the
Beginning.
• Resume Function may be Activated. Refer to page 41 to Cancel the Resume
Point.
Dubbing Cannot be executed.
• When the number of the Titles exceeds the Maximum Recordable Number,
the Dubbing will not be Executed.
• Check the USB-HDD Connection is made Securely and Correctly.
• Registration of USB-HDD is necessary before you perform Dubbing. (Refer
to page 56.)
Titles cannot be Edited or Deleted.
• The Titles may be Protected. Cancel the Protection by following the Steps on
page 45 for Title Protection.
EDITING
HDD
DUBBING
HDD
HDD
PLAYBACK
GENERAL
RECORDING
HDD / USB-HDD
CHANNEL
GENERAL
• Check the HDMI connection. (Check the status of the HDMI related indications.)
• Check whether the connected Monitor Device or other Device supports
HDCP. (This unit will Not Output a Video signal unless the other Device
supports HDCP.)
• Check the Setting of HDMI.
• Check whether the Output Format of this Unit (HDMI FORMAT) matches
the supported Input Format of another connected Device.
• If above Remedies Do Not Work, Unplug the HDMI cable and the AC Power
cords, then Plug them back in the order of 1: HDMI cable, 2: AC power cord.
EN
No image from HDMI connection.
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• No Batteries in the Remote or the Batteries may be weak. Replace the
Batteries.
• Make sure there is No Obstacle between the Remote and the Unit.
• Try getting closer to the unit. (Refer to page 11.)
• Please check IR signal. (Refer to page 4.)
• Check that the Unit and Remote Control’s Remote Control Code Match.
(Refer to page 71.)
• Cannot guarantee about third party’s Remote Controls. Please Contact the
Remote Manufacturer if you have any problem with it.
• If above solutions do not solve the problem, please call our Customer
Support at 1-866-310-0744 or visit www.philips.com/support for additional
assistance.
Cannot connect to the network.
• Check if the Ethernet cable connection is properly made. Turn On the
modem or broadband router.
• Check the network settings.
• Check if the broadband router and/or modem is correctly connected.
Sometimes video quality is poor when
using the wireless LAN.
• The wireless network connection quality varies depending on the distance or
obstacles (e.g. wall, basement, 2nd floor) between the Unit and the wireless
router (access point), from other wireless networks, and brand and type of
the wireless router (access point). When using the Wireless LAN of the Unit,
it is suggested to place the wireless router as close as possible to the Unit.
Wireless LAN connection fails or
wireless connection is poor.
• Check the installation location of the Unit and wireless router (access point).
Signal quality may be affected for the following reasons.
– Interference of other wireless devices, microwaves, fluorescent lights, etc.,
are placed nearby.
– There are floors or walls between the wireless router and Unit.
– If the problems continue even after checking the above, try making a wired
LAN connection.
Cannot use the wireless connection.
• Check if the Wireless LAN Access Point (AP) (e.g. wireless router) is oriented
properly or not placed too close between them.
• Once you have activated the wireless connection please wait 30 Seconds for
the connection to be established after Turning On the unit, before trying to
access network features such as Net TV.
Cannot use Netflix feature.
• Netflix is available only in the United States and Canada.
• Check if the network connection is properly made.
• Visit http://www.netflix.com/HowItWorks on your PC and become a Netflix
member.
Cannot add movies or TV episodes to
the My List.
• Visit www.netflix.com on your PC.
Even though the speed of the Internet
connection improves during playback,
the picture quality of Netflix streaming
movie does not improve.
• The picture quality does not change during playback. It differs depending on
the speed of Internet connection at the time of loading.
Cannot use VUDU feature.
• VUDU is available only in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
• Check if the network connection is properly made.
NETWORK
REMOTE CONTROL
The Remote Control Does Not
Function.
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NETWORK
• You need to activate the VUDU account. For detailed information, please visit
the service providers website at
http://www.vudu.com/product_overview.html
• Log into your account at http://my.vudu.com and check your payment
information.
The picture quality of streaming movie
(Netflix or VUDU) is poor.
• Check the speed of your Internet connection. You need speeds of at least
8 Mbps to this Unit for high quality uninterrupted playback.
Streaming movie (Netflix or VUDU)
often stops or starts buffering during
playback.
• Contact your Internet service provider to troubleshoot your Internet
connection for speed and line quality. Consistent line quality and speed are
very important for Internet video playback.
Cannot use Easy connect (WPS) to
connect to the Access Point.
• Connect the unit to the Access Point using Scan or Manual entry mode. If
the Access Point’s security mode is set to WEP*, change the setting to WPA
or WPA2 (recommended), then try Easy connect (WPS) again. (For Access
Point configuration, please consult its user manual or manufacturer.)
* WEP is not recommended to be used due to its Major security flaws.
Change the Security protocol on the wireless router to WPA or WPA2
(recommended) mode.
EN
Cannot rent or buy movies / TV
episodes on VUDU.
Error Message
Error message
Cause
Solution
—Please check the USB Device.—
Cannot find USB-HDD,
Or USB-HDD which cannot
be Recorded in this Device is
connected.
• The connected USB-HDD
Cannot be Recognized on this
Unit.
• You need to Register a USB-HDD to this Unit.
—Please check the USB Device.—
Abnormality occurred in USB
connection.
USB device has been Stopped
automatically.
• The connected USB-HDD
is detected to have an
overcurrent condition.
• Please Disconnect the USB-HDD.
Please Connect valid USB-HDD.
• The USB-HDD is Not
Connected.
• The USB-HDD Does Not
have enough Space to
Complete the Recording.
• The USB-HDD is
Unregistered.
• Check if USB-HDD is Not Connected
properly.
• Check if the USB-HDD has enough Space.
• Check if the USB-HDD has been Registered to
this Unit.
You Cannot Operate this During
Moving.
• You Cannot Play back the Title
which is being Dubbed while
moving it.
• Cancel the Dubbing when necessary.
• Wait until the Dubbing is Finished.
• If you are still having trouble with the Unit after checking ‘Troubleshooting’ items, write down the Error description when
Calling our Help Line mentioned on the Front Page to locate an Authorized Service Center.
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Glossary
Analog Audio
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
An electrical signal that directly represents sound. Compare
this to digital audio which can be an electrical signal, but is an
indirect representation of sound. See also “Digital Audio”.
A digital interface between audio and video source. It can
transmit component video, audio, and control signal with one
cable connection.
Aspect Ratio
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
The width of a TV screen relative to its height. Conventional
TVs are 4:3 (in other words, the TV screen is almost square);
widescreen models are 16:9 (the TV screen is almost twice as
wide as it is high).
Block Noise
The most common system of encoding digital audio, found on
DAT. Excellent quality, but requires a lot of data compared
to formats such as Dolby Digital and MPEG audio. For
compatibility with digital audio recorders (MD and DAT) and
AV amplifiers with digital inputs, this unit can convert Dolby
Digital and MPEG audio to PCM. See also “Digital Audio”.
A distortion of digital images in the shape of blocks caused by
the application of data compression.
Sampling Frequency
Chapter
The rate which sound is measured by a specified interval to
turn into digital audio data. The numbers of sampling in one
second defines as sampling frequency. The higher the rate, the
better the sound quality.
Just as a book is split up into several chapters, a title on HDD is
usually divided into chapters. See also “Title”.
Digital Audio
An indirect representation of sound by numbers. During
recording, the sound is measured at discrete intervals (44,100
times a second for CD audio) by an analog-to-digital converter,
generating a stream of numbers. On playback, a digital-to-analog
converter generates an analog signal based on these numbers.
See also “Sampling Frequency” and “Analog Audio”.
SAP (Secondary Audio Program)
Sub-audio channel which is delivered separately from MainAudio channel. This Audio channel is used as an Alternate
channel in Bilingual Broadcasting.
Title
A collection of chapters on HDD. See also “Chapter”.
Dolby Digital
The system to compress digital sound developed by Dolby
Laboratories. It offers you sound of stereo(2ch) or multi channel
audio.
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Specifications
HDR5750
HDR5710
HDD
1 TB
500 GB
Power requirements
120V AC +/- 10%, 60Hz +/- 5%
Power consumption
21W (standby: 0.35W)
Dimensions
(width x height x depth)
11.1 x 2.0 x 8.0 inches (280 x 50.5 x 201.3mm)
Weight
3.62 lbs. (1.64kg)
Operating temperature
41°F (5°C) to 104°F (40°C)
Operating humidity
Less than 80% (no condensation)
TV system
ATSC / NTSC-M TV standard
EN
General
18W (standby: 0.35W)
2.96 lbs. (1.34kg)
Recording
Recording format
Video recording format
Compression format
MPEG 2
Audio recording format
Compression format
Dolby Digital / Dolby Digital Plus
Tuner
Tuning system
Channel frequency synthesized tuning system
Channel coverage (ATSC / NTSC)
Terrestrial
Cable
VHF 2~13, UHF 14~69 (Analog / Digital)
1–135 (Analog / Digital)
Rear
Terminals
VHF/UHF/Cable TV input and output
F-type
75Ω unbalanced
HDMI output
HDMI jack x 1
supporting video signals ; 480p–1080p, 60Hz
USB
USB terminal x 1
(for external USB-HDD and only for Software Update using USB Memory
Stick)
LAN
Ethernet port x 1
10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX
Video output
RCA jack x 1
1Vp-p (75Ω)
Audio L / R output
RCA jack x 2
2V rms (output impedance: more than 1kΩ)
Note(s)
• The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice.
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ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This warranty obligation is limited to the terms set forth
below.
WHO IS COVERED:
This product is warranted to the original purchaser or the person receiving the product as a gift against defects in materials
and workmanship as based on the date of original purchase
(“Warranty Period”) from an Authorized Dealer. The original
sales receipt showing the product name and the purchase date
from an authorized retailer is considered such proof.
WHAT IS COVERED:
This warranty covers new products if a defect in material
or workmanship occurs and a valid claim is received within
the Warranty Period. At its option, the company will either (1)
repair the product at no charge, using new or refurbished
replacement parts, or (2) exchange the product with a product
that is new or which has been manufactured from new, or serviceable used parts and is at least functionally equivalent or
most comparable to the original product in current inventory,
or (3) refund the original purchase price of the product.
The Company warrants replacement products or parts provided
under this warranty against defects in materials and workmanship
from the date of the replacement or repair for ninety (90) days
or for the remaining portion of the original product’s warranty,
whichever provides longer coverage for you. When a product or
part is exchanged, any replacement item becomes your property
and the replaced item becomes the company’s property. When a
refund is given, your product becomes the company’s property.
Note: Any product sold and identified as refurbished or
renewed carries a ninety (90) day limited warranty.
Replacement product can only be sent if all warranty
requirements are met. Failure to follow all
requirements can result in delay.
a part that has been modified without written permission,
or (d) if any serial number has been removed or defaced,
or (e) product, accessories or consumables sold “AS IS”
without warranty of any kind by including refurbished Philips
product sold “AS IS” by some retailers.
This Limited Warranty does not cover:
• Shipping charges to return defective product.
• Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation or
repair of antenna/signal source systems outside of the product.
• Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation or maintenance, connections to improper voltage
supply, power line surge, lightning damage, retained images or
screen markings resulting from viewing fixed stationary content for extended periods, product cosmetic appearance items
due to normal wear and tear, unauthorized repair or other
cause not within the control of the company.
• Damage or claims for products not being available for use, or
for lost data or lost software.
• Damage from mishandled shipments or transit accidents when
returning product.
• A product that requires modification or adaptation to enable
it to operate in any country other than the country for which
it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or
repair of products damaged by these modifications.
• A product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
• Product lost in shipment and no signature verification receipt
can be provided.
• Failure to operate per Owner’s Manual.
TO OBTAIN ASSISTANCE IN THE U.S.A., CANADA,
PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS...
Contact Customer Care Center at:
1-866-310-0744
WHAT IS NOT COVERED - EXCLUSIONS AND
LIMITATIONS:
This Limited Warranty applies only to the new products that
can be identified by the trademark, trade name, or logo affixed
to it. This Limited Warranty does not apply to any non-Philips
hardware product or any software, even if packaged or sold
with the product. Non-Philips manufacturers, suppliers, or
publishers may provide a separate warranty for their own
products packaged with the bundled product.
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE CONSUMER. PHILIPS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE
LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT
IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WARRANTY.
The Company is not liable for any damage to or loss of any
programs, data, or other information stored on any media
contained within the product, or any non-Philips product or
part not covered by this warranty. Recovery or reinstallation
of programs, data or other information is not covered under
this Limited Warranty.
Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions
may not apply to you.
This warranty does not apply (a) to damage caused by accident,
abuse, misuse, neglect, misapplication, or non-Philips product,
(b) to damage caused by service performed by anyone other
than an Authorized Service Location, (c) to a product or
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
P&F USA, Inc.
PO Box 430 Daleville, IN 47334-0430
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P&F USA, Inc.
PO Box 2248, Alpharetta, GA 30023-2248 U.S.A.
P&F Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.
Av. La Palma No. 6, Col. San Fernando La Herradura.
Huixquilucan, Edo. de México.
C.P. 52787
Meet Philips at the Internet
http://www.philips.com/support
Philips and Philips Shield are used under
license of Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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