HP BD-2000
Blu-ray Disc Player
User Manual
HI - SPEED
CERTIFIED
USB
TM
©Copyright 2009, LITE-ON IT Corporation
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This 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 product.
CAUTION
WARNING
This product is a Class 1 laser product. To
ensure continued safety, do not remove
any covers or attempt to disassemble
the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel.
To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock
hazard, do not expose this product to rain
or moisture. Do not place near objects with
liquid, such as a vase.
WARNING
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with this
product may increase eye hazard.
Preface
2
Slots and openings in the cabinet are for
ventilation purposes and to protect the
equipment from heating. Do not cover or
block the openings with items such as a
newspaper, table-cloths or curtains).
Regulatory
Information
Important Safety
Instructions
FCC Statement
1. Read these instructions.
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.
2. Keep these instructions.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the product is operated
in a residential installation. This product
generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this
product does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the product off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
product and receiver.
• Connect the product into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Warning
4 . Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. 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.
Preface
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 this manual.
Alterations or modifications carried out
without appropriate authorization may
invalidate the user’s right to operate this
equipment.
3. Heed all warnings.
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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.
Notes About the
Discs
• Do not touch the
playback side of the
disc. Hold the disc by
its edge.
• Never stick any paper or tape on the disc.
• After playing, store the disc in its case.
• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight
or sources of heat and never leave it in a
parked car as the temperature may rise
considerably inside the car.
• Clean the disc with a cleaning cloth.
• Wipe the disc from the center out.
• Do not use strong solvents such as
benzine, thinner, alcohol, commercially
available cleaners, or anti-static spray
intended for vinyl LPs.
Preface
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Precautions
Safety
• To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do
not place objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, on the device.
• Should liquids spill or solid objects fall into
the cabinet, have the device checked by a
qualified personnel.
Operation
• Before moving the player, remove any
discs inside the device. Otherwise, the
disc may be damaged.
• If the device is moved from a cold to a
warm location, moisture may form inside
the device. Should this happen, do not
operate the device and leave it for 2 to 3
hours until the moisture evaporates.
Power
• The device still consumes power when
connected to a wall outlet even if the
power has been turned off. To completely
cut off the power, unplug the power cord
from the wall outlet.
• Install the device where the power cord
can be easily connected and disconnected
from the wall outlet.
• Keep the device or the discs away from
equipment with magnets, such as a
microwave open.
About this Manual
The following icons that appear below a
section title indicate the applicable discs or
file types.
• Applies to BD, DVD, AVCHD,
VCD, and CD discs.
• Applies to data discs or USB
drive that contains video,
music, or photo files.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
Video
Music
Photo
• If the device will not be used for long
periods of time, disconnect the power cord
from the wall outlet.
• When disconnecting the power cord,
grasp the plug head, never pull the cord.
Placement
• Place the device in a well-ventilated
location to prevent the device from
overheating.
• Do not place the device on a soft surface
such as a rug.
• Do not cover the slots and openings in the
cabinet which are provided for ventilation.
• Do not place the device near heat sources.
• Do not place the device near liquids.
Preface
• Do not place heavy objects on the device.
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Table of Contents
Regulatory Information .......................3
Connecting an Amplifier .....................20
Important Safety .................................3
Connecting Using Analogue
Audio Cable ..................................................20
Instructions ...........................................3
Notes About the Discs ........................4
Precautions ...........................................5
Using a Coaxial Cable.............................21
Using an Optical Cable ...........................21
About this Manual................................5
Connecting to the Internet .................22
Chapter 1
Connecting the Power Cable .............23
Before You Start
9
Turning the Power On..........................23
What’s in the Box? ...............................9
Easy Setup Wizard ...............................24
Playable Discs and Files .....................10
Chapter 3
Playable Discs..............................................10
Playing BD Discs .....................................10
Playing DVD Discs ..................................10
Audio Formats..........................................11
Playable Files ...............................................11
Player Overview ...................................12
Playback
25
Playing a Disc .......................................25
Playback Controls........................................26
Forward or Reverse Playback ...................26
Skipping Content..........................................27
Front Panel....................................................12
Slow Rewind or
Slow Forward Playback..............................27
Front Panel Display .....................................13
Step Rewind or Step Forward ..................27
Rear Panel ....................................................13
Remote Control ............................................14
Playing Specific Titles, Chapters,
or Tracks........................................................28
Installing the Remote Control
Batteries ...................................................16
Playing a Specific Section
Repeatedly (A-B) .........................................28
Remote Control Signal ................................16
Playing Repeatedly......................................29
Chapter 2
Getting Started
Preface
6
Connecting Using Digital Audio Cable .....21
Switching Camera Angles..........................29
17
Switching Subtitles .....................................29
Switching Audio Streams...........................29
How to Set up Your BD Player ...........17
Displaying the Disc Information ................30
Connecting to a TV ..............................18
Using On-Screen Controls (OSC) ......30
Connecting Using HDMI Cable..................18
BONUSVIEW™ .....................................31
Connecting Using a Component Video
Cable..............................................................19
BD-Live™...............................................32
Connecting Using a Composite Video
Cable..............................................................19
Using BD-Live™ ...........................................33
Setting Up the Player for BD-Live™ .........32
Chapter 4
Using Media Center
Closed Caption.........................................45
34
PBC ............................................................45
Setting Up Data Disc
and USB Drive ......................................34
Security .........................................................46
Setting Up Data Disc For Playback...........34
Parental Control ......................................46
Setting Up the USB Drive For Playback ...35
Country Code ...........................................46
Playing Files from a Data Disc...................35
Network.........................................................47
Playing Files From a USB Drive .................35
Internet Connection ................................47
Media Center Menu ............................36
BD-Live Connection ................................47
Change Password ...................................46
Viewing Photos ............................................37
Display Settings....................................48
Using Photo On-Screen Control ...........37
TV ...................................................................48
Slide Show Functions .............................38
TV Screen .................................................48
Playing Music...............................................38
Resolution.................................................48
Music Playback Status Screen ............39
TV System.................................................48
Playing Videos ..............................................39
HDMI Deep Color ....................................48
Creating a Playlist........................................40
HDMI 1080P 24Hz ....................................49
Playing Files from the Playlist....................40
Video Process ..............................................49
Video Adjust .............................................49
Chapter 5
Settings and Further
Adjustments
Sharpness ................................................49
41
Audio Setting ........................................50
Audio Output.................................................50
Using the Home Menu ........................41
Spdif ..........................................................50
General Settings...................................43
HDMI .........................................................50
System ...........................................................43
Down_samp .............................................50
Screen Saver ...........................................43
System Information .............................52
Disc Auto Upgrade..................................43
Load Default .............................................43
Upgrade ....................................................43
Easy Setup................................................43
BUDA.........................................................43
Language ......................................................44
OSD............................................................44
Menu .........................................................44
Audio .........................................................44
Playback........................................................45
Troubleshooting
53
Chapter 7
Additional
Information
55
Upgrading Your Player ........................55
To upgrade firmware
using a USB drive....................................55
Preface
Subtitle ......................................................44
Chapter 6
To upgrade firmware
using a data disc .....................................56
7
Video Output Resolutions ...................57
HDMI Video Output ....................................57
Component Video Outputs ........................57
Composite Video Output .............................57
Language Code Table ..........................58
Region Code Table ...............................59
Specifications .......................................60
Chapter 8
Appendix
61
GNU General Public License .............61
Chapter 9
Glossary
Chapter 10
INDEX
Preface
8
66
68
Chapter 1
Before
You Start
Please read through this Operating
Manual to operate your device properly
and keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
This chapter will introduce the features,
supported types of discs and files,
and the panel and remote control
descriptions.
What’s in the
Box?
Check to ensure that the following items
come with your package.
BD player
BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
TM
Power cable x 1
Audio-Video cable x 1
(red/white/yellow)
Remote control x 1
HDMI cable x 1
AAA batteries x 2
Operating manual x 1
Warranty card x 1
Declaration of Conformity card x 1
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Playable Discs and Files
Playable Discs
Playing BD Discs
Your BD player supports playback of the
following discs:
Features
• Blu-ray Disc
• Supports BD profile 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0.
• Access to BD-Live which allows
interactive functions when your BD player
is connected to the Internet.
• DVD-VIDEO
• DVD-R
• DVD-RW
• DVD+R
• DVD+RW
• Audio CD
• CD-R
• CD-RW
• CD-DA / CD-DTS
• VCD / SVCD
“Blu-ray Disc“ and its logo are trademarks .
Before You Start
“DVD Video”, “DVD-R”, “DVD+R”, “DVD-RW”,
“DVD+RW” and their logos are trademarks of DVD
Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
“CD” and its logo are trademarks.
• Supports BONUSVIEW functions that
allows virtual packages or Picture-inPicture functions to be used.
“BONUSVIEW” and its logo are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
Playable BD Formats
• Blu-ray Disc Read Only (BD-ROM)
• Blu-ray Disc Recordable (BD-R)
• Blu-ray Disc Rewriteable (BD-RE)
Playing DVD Discs
• DVD-Video can be played.
• DVD-R /RW/+R/+RW disc recorded in DVDVideo format can be played
• DVD-R /RW/+R/+RW disc recorded in DVDVideo and Video Recording (VR) format can
be played.
• DVD disc recorded in AVCHD format can
be played, including discs in x.v.Color
format.
“AVCHD” and its logo are trademarks of
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd and Sony
Corporation.
“x.v.Color” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
• Dual Layer DVD disc can be played.
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Notes:
• A DVD disc will not play if it has not been
finalized correctly.
• Some DVD and CD discs may not play on
this BD player due to recording quality or the
physical condition of the disc.
Playable Files
Your BD player supports playback of files
recorded on DVD and CD discs, and USB
drives with the following formats:
Video compression format • MPEG
• MPEG-2
Audio Formats
Media container format
• MPEG-4 (AVC)
• *.AVI
• *.MKV
Your BD player supports the following audio
formats:
• *.MP4
• *.M4A
• Dolby Digital
• *.M4V
• *.WMV
• Dolby Digital Plus
• *.DAT
• Dolby True HD
• *.VOB
• DTS 2.0 + Digital Out
• *.ASF
• JPEG
Photo file format
• PNG
• Dolby Digital Sound
• MPEG
Music file format
• GIF
• WMA
• MPEG-2
• Linear PCM
For Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD, and
DTS-HD, it is recommended to connect the
BD player to an amplifier or receiver to enjoy
the surround sound quality.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Before You Start
Manufactured under license under under U.S. Patent
#’s: 4,631,603; 4,819,098; 4,907,093; 5,315,448; and
6,516,132 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued
& pending. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS
logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc.
© 1996-2007 DTS,Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Player Overview
Front Panel
2
1
BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
6
1
2
3
OPEN/CLOSE button
Press to open or close the disc tray.
8
6 LED indicator
Indicates BD player status.
Lights red when the BD player is turned
off.
7 Disc tray
Holds the disc for playback.
3 Front Panel DISPLAY
Shows the current status information.
4
PLAY button
Press to start playback.
5
TM
7
POWER ON/OFF button
Press to switch the BD player on or off.
4
8
PAUSE button
Press to pause playback.
5 USB port
Use to connect a USB drive to play music
or photo files. It can also be used for BDLive storage.
Note:
Before You Start
The device still consumes power even when the BD player has been switched off. To completely turn
off power, unplug the power cable from the main outlet.
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Front Panel Display
The front panel display shows the operation status of the BD player or the elapsed time of the
discs being played.
Displays playback elapsed time.
Rear Panel
3
2
1
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
L
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
4
1 AC IN Terminal
Connects the power cable.
2 COMPONENT Video
Connects a TV, amplifier or receiver using
a component video cable.
3 DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL)
COMP OUT
5
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
6
7
5 LAN Port
Connects to a network using an Ethernet
RJ-45 cable.
6 COMPOSITE Video
Connects a TV, amplifier or receiver using
a composite video cable.
7 DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
Connects an amplifier or receiver using
an optical audio cable.
Before You Start
Connects an amplifier or receiver using a
coaxial audio cable.
LAN
COAXIAL
4 HDMI OUT
Connects HDMI-compatible TV, amplifier
or receiver.
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Remote Control
1
2
17
3
18
19
20
4
5
21
6
7
8
9
10
12
14
22
23
25
11
13
27
29
15
31
16
26
28
30
32
1
POWER ON/OFF
Switches the BD player on or off.
7
REVERSE
During playback, starts reverse scanning.
2
OPEN/CLOSE
Opens or closes the disc tray.
8
STOP
Stops playback.
3 MENU
9
SLOW Rewind
Rewinds playback in slow motion.
4 HOME
10 BACK (RETURN)
Displays the disc menu.
Displays the Home Menu.
5 Arrows (▲▼◄►)
Before You Start
6
14
24
Goes back to the previous screen..
Select items, change settings or move the
cursor.
11 REPEAT
OK
Executes the selected item.
12 A-B Repeat
PREVIOUS
Goes to the previous chapter, title, track,
or file.
13 AUDIO
Repeats playback.
Repeats playback from A to B.
Displays the current audio stream.
14 BONUS VIEW
31 ZOOM
15 PROGRAM
32 DIGEST
For BONUSVIEW functions.
Displays the program list.
Enlarges or reduces image size.
Displays photos as thumbnails.
16 BOOKMARK
Bookmarks a point during playback.
17 NUMBERS
18 POP-UP MENU
Displays BD or DVD disc menu.
19 RED / BLUE / YELLOW / GREEN
Navigates BD menus. They are also use
for Photo and Music menu.
20 MEDIA CENTER
Browse and play media files on the data
disc, USB drive, or playlist.
21
NEXT
Goes to the next chapter, title, track, or
file.
22
FORWARD
During playback, starts forward
scanning.
23
PLAY / PAUSE
Starts / pauses playback.
24 OSC
Displays OSC (on-screen controls) menu.
25
SLOW Forward
Forwards playback in slow motion.
26 INFO
Displays disc/file information.
27 CLEAR
Clears the numeric input.
28 GOTO
Goes to the entered chapter, title or track.
Before You Start
29 SUBTITLE
Displays the current subtitle.
30 ANGLE
Displays the current camera angle.
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Installing the Remote Control
Batteries
1
Slightly push then slide to
remove the battery cover.
Remote Control
Signal
The remote control has an operating range
of approximately 7.5 m., and works best
when pointed directly at the unit horizontally
at an angle up to 30˚ from the sensor window
of your BD player.
BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
2
Insert two AAA batteries by
matching the + and - ends
of the batteries with the
markings inside
the battery
compartment.
3
Replace the battery cover.
Notes:
• Do not mix old and new batteries or mix
different types of batteries.
• Do not leave the remote control in an
extremely hot or humid place.
• Do not expose the remote control to direct
sunlight.
Before You Start
• If the remote control will not be used for long
periods of time, remove the batteries.
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TM
30
7.5M
Chapter 2
Getting
Started
This chapter covers the following
topics:
• Connecting to a TV
• Connecting to an amplifier or receiver
How to Set up
Your BD Player
You can set up your BD player in 5 easy
steps:
Step 1: Connect the TV
Step 2: Connect the amplifier
Step 3: Connect other peripherals
Step 4: Connect the power
Step 5: Run Easy Setup
• Connecting a USB drive
• Connecting to the Internet
• Using Easy Setup
WARNING
Before you begin making any connections,
ensure that the BD player is turned off, and
that the power cable is disconnected from
the main outlet.
TIP
It is recommended to connect the VIDEO
OUT jack of your BD player directly to the
VIDEO IN jack of the TV. Connecting a TV
via VCR may cause viewing problems when
playing copy-protected discs.
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Connecting to a TV
Depending on the capabilities of the TV, you can connect your BD player to the TV in various
ways: HDMI, component, or composite video connections.
Connecting Using HDMI Cable
HDMI cables can transmit high quality video and audio at the same time. Normally, when you
connect your TV using an HDMI cable, you do not need a separate analogue audio connection.
Connect the HDMI OUT jack on the BD player to the HDMI IN jack on the TV.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
L
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
HDMI Out
HDMI cable
TV’s HDMI In jack
CAUTION
• Hold the plug when connecting and disconnecting the cable.
• Do not force the plug into the HDMI jack. Match the connector’s shape correctly. Make sure
the connector is not upside down.
• Do not place any load on the cable.
TIP
If you wish to enjoy digital audio sound, connect your player to an amplifier or receiver using a coaxial or
an optical cable. See ‘Connecting an Amplifier’ (p. 20) for more information.
Notes on HDCP:
Getting Started
• Your BD player supports High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) technology. To play back
HDCP-compliant discs, your TV must also support the HDCP copyright protection system.
• If your TV does not support HDCP, the picture will not be displayed properly.
This BD player incorporates High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) technology.
“HDMI”, “High Definition Multimedia Interface”, and their logo are registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
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Connecting Using a Component Video Cable
Use a component video cable (green, blue, red) to connect the COMPONENT OUT jack on the
BD player to the COMPONENT IN jack on the TV.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
Y
COMPONENT In
Pb
COAXIAL
L
PR
LAN
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
COMP OUT
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Y
Red
Red
PB
COMPONENT Out
PR
Pr
Connecting Using a Composite Video Cable
Use a composite video cable to connect the COMPOSITE OUT jack on the BD player to the
COMPOSITE IN jack on the TV.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
L
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
COMPOSITE In
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
COMPOSITE Out
L
R
R
Getting Started
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Connecting an Amplifier
Connecting Using Analogue Audio Cable
Use a composite AV cable or a composite audio cable (red/white) to connect the AUDIO OUT
jack on the BD player to the AUDIO IN jack on the TV, amplifier or receiver.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
COMP OUT
COAXIAL
L
PR
LAN
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO Out
L
White
Red
R
Stereo Amplifier
VIDEO
L
White
Red
R
Or
TV
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
Getting Started
20
White
Red
Connecting Using Digital Audio Cable
If you want to enjoy Dolby Digital, or DTS decoder function on your amplifier or receiver, use
either a coaxial or optical audio cable.
Using a Coaxial Cable
Use a coaxial cable to connect the COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT jack on your BD player to the
COAXIAL DIGITAL INPUT on the amplifier or receiver.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
L
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
Amplifier or receiver
Using an Optical Cable
Use an optical cable to connect the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT jack on your BD player to the
OPTICAL DIGITAL INPUT on the amplifier or receiver.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
L
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
Getting Started
Amplifier or receiver
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Connecting to the Internet
Your BD player can connect to a local area network (LAN) via the LAN port on the rear panel.
By connecting to the Internet, your BD player can use a BD disc that supports BD-Live
function. See ‘Using BD-Live™’ (p. 33).
Use an Ethernet RJ-45 cable to connect the LAN port on the BD player to the LAN port on your
modem or router.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
L
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
LAN
Router
LAN
Internet Connection
After connecting, configure your BD player for network communication in the Network menu.
See ‘Network’ (p. 47) for further details.
Note:
Depending on the internet service provider (ISP), the number of devices that can receive Internet
connection may be limited. If your ISP limits subscription to one device, your BD player may not be
allowed to connect when a PC is connected. Disconnect the PC first.
Getting Started
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Connecting the Power Cable
After all the required connections are completed, connect the power cable to the AC IN
terminal of your BD player. Then plug the power cable of your BD player into the main outlet.
BD Player
Y
VIDEO
AC IN ~
PB
L
PR
DIGITAL AV OUTPUT
LAN
COMP OUT
COAXIAL
R
OPTICAL
AV OUTPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Main outlet
Turning the Power On
After completing all the required connections, you are now ready to start using your BD player.
1 Turn on the power of the TV first.
2 Press
on the front panel of the BD player or on the
remote control to turn on your BD player.
The LED indicator turns off and the front panel displays:
Getting Started
3 Select the input signal source of your TV so that the signal from the BD player appears on
the TV screen.
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4 Press
Easy Setup
Wizard
then OK to select the aspect
ratio.
Easy Setup
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16:9 Full
Choose
When turning on for the first time, the Easy
Setup Wizard is displayed on screen. Follow
the wizard to configure the basic settings of
your BD player.
an aspect ratio that fits your TV
The change will be applied on the next
wizard page. If you like it, you can continue
on, or come back to this screen and modify
the aspect ratio.
1 Press OK to continue.
16:9 Normal
4:3 Pan&Scan
4:3 Letterbox
Previous
Easy Setup
Page 1/5
ENTER
Next
5 Press OK to complete setup.
Easy Setup
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Welcome
to the BD Player Setting Wizard!
This wizard will ask you some simple
questions and will help guide you through the
player setup.
Setting
The setup wizard is complete!
Please press the OK button to go to the Home Menu.
ENTER
Next
2 Press
then OK to select the
on-screen display (OSD) language.
Easy Setup
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Choose
English
Your language
French
The selected language will be applied to all
on-screen display functions, including menus, etc.
Previous
3 Press
resolution.
ENTER
Next
then OK to select the
Easy Setup
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Choose
Auto
Getting Started
a resolution that is supported by your TV.
480I/576I
Once you make a selection, the resolution will
change and you will be asked to confirm the
chosen setting. If you do not respond within
12 seconds, the resolution will automatically
return to the previous setting.
480P/576P
720P
1080I
1080P
Previous
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ENTER
Next
Previous
ENTER
Finish
Chapter 3
Playback
Playing a Disc
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
1 Press
to open the disc tray.
This chapter describes the main
operations of your BD player, such as:
• Playing a Disc
• Playing USB drive content
• Using BD-Live™
• Other Playback Functions
The procedures described are remote
control based. Similar buttons can also
be pressed on the front panel of your
BD player.
2 Place the disc on the disc tray with the
playback side facing down.
3 Press
to close the disc tray.
The BD player will determine the type of
disc inserted. It may take a short while to
load the disc. The disc type is displayed
on the TV screen.
4 Some discs start playing automatically,
and others do not. In this case, press
to start playback.
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Playback Controls
Some discs start playing automatically after
the BD player loads the disc. If not, use the
remote control to start playback.
Forward or Reverse
Playback
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
1 During playback, press
or forward playback.
1 Press
to start playback.
• To pause, press
.
• To stop playback, press .
• To resume playback, press
again.
2 When playback is finished, press
open the disc tray.
3 Remove the disc, then press
the disc tray.
4 Press
»
to
to close
Resuming playback
• When is pressed, the point where
it stopped is saved in the BD player’s
is pressed, playback
memory. When
resumes from the point where it stopped.
Unless due to the following conditions:
• When the disc tray is opened.
• When the BD player’s power is turned
off.
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2 Press the button repeatedly to switch
scanning speed (2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x, 64x,
128x).
Note:
3 To resume to normal playback, press
• Some discs do not support resume
playback function.
WARNING
Do not leave the disc inside the BD player.
to reverse
You can also reverse or forward scan by holding
the button down. Normal playback resumes
when the button is released.
to turn off the BD player.
• To cancel resume playback, press
or
twice.
Some discs automatically resumes
normal playback when switching to a
new chapter.
Notes:
• When scanning BD, DVD, and VCD discs, no
sound output is produced.
• Sound is output during CD disc scanning.
.
Skipping Content
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
1 Press
to skip to the beginning of the
next chapter/title/track.
2 Press
to skip to the beginning of the
current chapter/title/track.
3 Press
twice to skip to the beginning of
the previous chapter/title/track.
Step Rewind or Step
Forward
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
1 Press
to pause playback.
2 Press
or
to rewind or forward the
playback one step or frame at a time.
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
3 Press
Slow Rewind or Slow
Forward Playback
speed.
to resume playback at normal
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
1 During playback, press
or
to
rewind or forward playback in slow
motion.
2 Press the button repeatedly to switch
slow motion speed (1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2).
3 Press
to resume playback at normal
Playback
speed.
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
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Playing Specific
Titles, Chapters, or
Tracks
4 Press OK.
5 Press INFO to close the Info bar.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
Notes:
1 Press GOTO to jump to a specific title/
chapter/track/time.
• Press CLEAR to delete the numbers you
have entered.
• Displayed items vary depending on the
inserted disc.
• Some discs may not support this function.
The Info bar appears on the TV screen.
Current title or track number / Total
number of titles or tracks
DVD+VIDEO
MPEG
2 / 8
1/1 English PCM Stereo
Time Icon
3 / 3
00 :02 :40
1/1 Chinese
Current chapter number/
Total number of chapters
Time
2 To select title or chapter/track, press
then OK.
To select time, press
changes as follows:
CH
. The time icon
Chapter time is selected.
Playing a Specific
Section Repeatedly
(A-B)
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
1 During playback, press A-B to select the
starting point (A).
Title time is selected.
TRACK
Track time is selected.
DISC
Disc time is selected.
To select type of time, press OK. To move
.
between time field, press
3 Press
or the number buttons of the
title/chapter/track/time you wish to jump
to.
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2 Press A-B again to select the end point
(B).
3 Press A-B again to cancel A-B Repeat.
Playing Repeatedly
Switching Subtitles
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
BD
DVD
Use the repeat function to play the current
title, chapter or track repeatedly.
During playback, press SUBTITLE repeatedly
to select subtitle options.
1 During playback, press REPEAT
repeatedly to select repeat mode option:
REPEAT CHAPTER/TRACK
REPEAT
ALL
REPEAT OFF.
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
2 Press REPEAT repeatedly again to select
REPEAT OFF.
Note:
Repeat function is cancelled when you press
.
Switching Camera
Angles
BD
DVD
AVCHD
Switching Audio
Streams
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
Some discs are recorded with multiple audio
streams. Use this function to switch audio
streams during playback.
During playback, press AUDIO.
When you insert a disc that is recorded with
different camera angles, use this function to
switch the angle view.
During playback, press ANGLE repeatedly to
select angle options.
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
Playback
Note:
Some discs may not support this function.
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Displaying the Disc
Information
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
Using On-Screen
Controls (OSC)
BD
DVD
AVCHD
VCD
CD
1 During playback, press INFO.
1 During playback, press OSC.
2 The disc information is displayed on the
upper left corner of the screen.
Current title or track number / Total
number of titles or tracks
Play mode
indicator
Time elapsed
Disc type indicator
2 The OSC menu is displayed on the left of
the screen.
DVD Video
04 / 08
DVD+VIDEO
MPEG
2 / 8
1/1 English PCM Stereo
TT
3 / 3
00 :02 :40
1/1 Chinese
A-B
Repeat
Repeat A-B
mode
enabled
indicator
Current audio stream
03 / 08
00:02:24
Subtitle
Current chapter number/
Total number of chapters
Normal
English PCM
01 / 01
Title
3 Press INFO again to close disc
information.
Note:
Displayed items vary depending on the inserted
disc.
Selected submenu
Disc type indicator
Current title or track number /
Total number of titles or tracks
Current chapter number /
Total number of chapters
Time elapsed
Playback mode
Audio stream
Current camera angle /
Total number of angles
Next page indicator
3 Press
to highlight submenu. The
following submenu may be available:
• Title/Track
• Chapter
• Time
• Playback mode - Select this option to
Playback
choose normal, shuffle, or random play
mode options. During shuffle mode,
each chapter/title will be played only
once. During random mode, titles/
chapters are randomly cued, repetition
of titles/chapters may also occur.
Available options are: Random ALL,
Random TT, Random CH, Shuffle ALL,
Shuffle TT, Shuffle CH, and Normal.
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• Audio stream
• Angle
• Subtitle
• Bitrate
• Still On/Off - Some DVD discs supports
freezing of video pictures as a still
picture to provide better image view.
Select this option to enable or disable
the Still function. Availability of the Still
submenu depends on the inserted disc.
• Instant Search - Forwards playback for
10 seconds.
• Instant Replay - Rewinds playback from
10 seconds ago.
BONUSVIEW™
BD
Your BD player supports BONUSVIEW™.
BONUSVIEW™ allows you to enjoy more
functions such as picture-in-picture,
secondary audio, and virtual packages,
among others with a BD disc that supports
BONUSVIEW™.
1 Insert the BD disc in the disc tray.
4 Press
to enter submenu. The current
option is displayed.
2 After the BD disc loads, press
BONUSVIEW to play secondary video.
DVD Video
04 / 08
03 / 08
04 / 08
Indicates button that
can be pressed; other
options are available.
00:02:24
Normal
English PCM
01 / 01
Title
5 Press
6 Press OK or
to select other options.
to apply selected option.
7 Press OSC to close OSC menu.
Notes:
• Some BD discs do not support
BONUSVIEW features. The availability
of the BONUSVIEW function of your BD
player, depends on the inserted BD disc.
• When playing secondary video, some
playback functions may not be available.
Functions like slow motion or step
forward works only during primary video
playback.
Playback
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BD-Live™
BD
Some BD discs contain additional features
that are made available to players that are
connected to the Internet. These additional
features may include things like:
• The ability to download new movie trailers
• Additional commentaries by actors or
directors
• Multiple people game and chat
Setting Up the Player
for BD-Live™
In order to access BD-Live™, do the
following steps:
1 Connect your BD player to the Internet
connection.
• Connect one end of the Ethernet RJ-45
cable to the LAN port of your BD player
and the other end to a router or modem.
See ‘Connecting to the Internet’ (p. 22).
2 Allow BD-Live access in the BD player’s
home menu.
You can access these features on your BD
player using BD-Live™.
• Press HOME on the remote control to
»
• Go to General Setting > Network. Set
Requirements
You need the following:
• Internet access
• Ethernet RJ-45 cable
• At least 1GB USB memory drive (FAT32
formatted)
access the home menu.
BD-Live Connection to ‘Permitted’.
See ‘Network’ (p. 47) for details.
3 Insert the USB drive with at least 100MB
free space in the USB port of your BD
player.
• BD disc that supports BD-Live™ features
BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
TM
When a USB drive is inserted, the BD
player automatically assigns it as the BD
storage.
Note:
If there is not at least 100MB of free space on
the USB drive, clear up some space.
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Using BD-Live™
When you insert a BD disc that supports BDLive, access BD-Live in its Special Features
menu.
You can download contents to your USB
drive. Downloaded contents are stored
under the ‘My Downloads’ folder.
WARNING
• Do not remove the USB drive while
downloading contents or when a BD disc
is still in the disc tray. The USB drive may
be damaged and become unusable with
BD-Live.
Notes:
• BD-Live™ may take several minutes to load.
• Depending on the BD disc, BD-Live™
function may not be accessible.
• Internet connection and speed affect access
and download time.
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Chapter 4
Using
Media
Center
Media Center allows you to browse and
play media files such as videos, photos,
and music files saved in a data disc or a
USB drive.
Setting Up Data
Disc and USB
Drive
Video
Music
Photo
Many audio, video, and photo files that can
be viewed on a personal computer can
also be played back on the BD player. This
is accomplished by first putting the audio,
video, or photo files onto a data disc or a
USB drive.
Setting Up Data Disc
For Playback
Use a computer to set up a data disc. A data
disc is a disc where files have been copied
to or “burned” using a computer.
Insert the data disc into a computer and
copy the desired files onto the disc. You can
burn files onto any of the following discs:
• CD / -DA / -R / -RW
• VCD
• SVCD
• DVD+R / +RW / Dual Layer
• DVD-R / -RW / Dual Layer
• BD-R
• BD-RE
• BD-ROM
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Setting Up the USB
Drive For Playback
Playing Files From a
USB Drive
»
1 If turned on, press
USB Drive Requirements
• USB drive must be formatted as “FAT”.
2 Insert the USB drive into the USB port of
your BD player.
Note:
• Use only a USB drive or sometimes called a
thumb drive
.
• Never use an MP3 player or an external hard
disk drive.
Insert a USB drive into a computer and copy
the desired files onto the USB drive.
Playing Files from a
Data Disc
1 If turned off, press
player.
2 Press
to turn on the BD
to open the disc tray.
3 Insert the data disc into the disc tray.
4 Press
player.
to turn off the BD
3 Press
to turn on the BD player.
4 Press Media Center to display the Media
Center menu. See ‘‘Media Center Menu’
(p.36) for details.
WARNING
• Do not insert or remove the USB drive
when the BD player is turned on. Doing
so may corrupt the data on the USB drive.
Turn off power first before inserting or
removing the USB drive.
Note:
Only the files with the following extensions are
supported by the BD player:
• Video files: *.WMV, *.AVI, *.MP4, *.M4V,
*.MKV
• Music files: *.WMA, *.AAC
to close the disc tray.
• Picture files: *.JPG, *.JPEG, *.PNG, *.GIF
3 The BD player determines whether files
on the data disc contain music, videos, or
photos.
If the data disc contains supported files,
the Media Browser screen is displayed
on screen. See ‘Media Center Menu’
(p.36) for details.
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Media Center Menu
1 Press MEDIA CENTER to display the Media Center menu.
The items on the Media Center menu vary depending on the
type of disc inserted, or the type of files that is contained on
the disc or the USB drive.
This icon appears when
supported video files are
saved on an inserted data
disc or USB drive.
This icon appears when a
disc is inserted in the disc
tray. In this case, a DVD
disc is inserted.
Item 1 / 4
USB1
DVD Video
Media Center
Type:USB
Size:1620.281M
Playlist
POPUP
MDEIA
CENTER
2 Press
Edit Menu
Exit
, then OK to select the source device or folder.
3 The Media Browser screen is displayed.
Item 1 / 3
Media Center
USB1
...
Type:Folder
Photo
Music
Video
POPUP
MDEIA
CENTER
4 Press
Edit Menu
Exit
, then OK to select the type of file to browse.
5 To return to the previous screen, press .
Note:
Playback
Even if the inserted data disc or USB drive contains a mix of music, video, and photo files, you can only
browse and playback one type of file at a time. For example, if you enter the Music folder, only music
files can be browsed, added to playlist and played back. To browse photo files, go back to the Media
Browser screen and select Photo.
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Viewing Photos
1 From the Media Browser menu, press
to highlight Photo.
2 Press OK. The File Selection screen is displayed.
3 Press
to choose a subfolder or file.
Item 1 / 14
Media Center
USB1/Photo/Folder 1
...
P1000001
P1000002
P1000003
Type:JPG
Size:0.2MB
Resolution:725x510
P1000004
P1000005
P1000006
POPUP
MDEIA
CENTER
Edit Menu
Exit
4 The thumbnail and information of the highlighted photo file is displayed on the right panel of
the screen.
5 To view slide show of photos in the folder, press OK.
Using Photo On-Screen Control
1 During slide show, press OSC. The Photo on-screen control (OSC) menu is displayed on the
left side of the screen.
Picture File
01 / 14
Normal
Middle
None
File
File type indicator
Current file number / Total number of files
Playback mode
Slide show speed
Transition
Selected submenu
Playback
2 Press
to highlight submenu. The following submenu may be available:
• File - Press to enter submenu, then press
and OK to select an option.
• Playback mode - Press to enter submenu, then press
and OK to select an option.
• Slide show speed - Press OK repeatedly to select speed: Slow, Middle, Fast.
• Transition - Press OK repeatedly to select transition: None, Wipe left/right, Wipe up/down,
Box in/out, Bleeding, Dissolve, Interlace H/V, Split in H/V, Split out H/V.
3 Press OSC to close OSC menu.
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Slide Show Functions
During slide show, use the following buttons to perform slide show functions:
. Slide show is paused while rotating image.
• To rotate an image, press
.
• To continue slide show after pausing, press
.
• To stop slide show, press
.
• To adjust slide show speed (Slow, Middle, Fast), press
• To view previous/next image, press
.
• To set repeat mode (Repeat, Repeat All, Off), press REPEAT repeatedly.
• To zoom in/out an image, press ZOOM repeatedly.
• To view thumbnails, press DIGEST. To return to slide
show, press DIGEST again.
Playing Music
1 From the Media Browser menu, press
to highlight Music.
2 Press OK. The File Selection screen is displayed.
3 Press
to choose a subfolder or file.
Item 1 / 8
Media Center
USB1/Music/Folder 1
...
Get Back
Fillin' Me Up
Everybody
Gimme More
A Song About U
Been A While
Type:MP3
Total Time:03:41
Title:Get Back
Artist:Britney Spears
Album:Blackout
Genre:Pop
POPUP
MDEIA
CENTER
Edit Menu
Exit
4 The information of the highlighted music file is displayed on the right panel of the screen.
5 To play the music files in the folder, press OK.
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Music Playback Status Screen
Once music starts playing, the Music Playback Status screen appears.
1 / 8
Playback mode
indicators
00 :02 :40
A-B
Album art
Type:
MP3
Total Time:
03:41
Title:
Get Back
Artist:
Britney Spears
Album:
Blackout
Genre:
Pop
Song Title, Artist
and Album
Progress bar
• Press INFO to view or hide the Music Playback Status screen.
• During music playback, you can continue to browse for other music files or view photos.
Press MEDIA CENTER.
• Press OSC to display music on-screen control menu. See ‘Using On-Screen Controls (OSC)’
(p. 30) for details.
Playing Videos
1 From the Media Browser screen, press
to highlight Video.
2 Press OK. The File Selection screen is displayed.
3 Press
4 Press
to choose a subfolder or file.
to start playing the video file.
5 To stop playback, press
.
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Creating a Playlist
1 From the File Selection screen, press
2 Press
to highlight the file you want.
to select the file. A check mark before the file name is displayed.
3 Press MENU. A pop-up menu is displayed.
Item 1 / 14
Media Center
USB1/Photo/Folder 1
...
P1000001
P1000002
Add to Playlist
P1000003
P1000004
P1000005
Select all
Clear all
Cancel
Type:JPG
Size:0.2MB
Resolution:725x510
P1000006
POPUP
MDEIA
CENTER
Edit Menu
Exit
4 To select all files, select Select All, then press OK. All files will be checked.
5 To add selected files to playlist, press MENU.
6 Select Add to Playlist, then press OK.
Playing Files from the Playlist
1 From the Media Center menu, press
to highlight Playlist.
2 Press OK. The File Selection screen is displayed.
3 Press
to select the type of playlist file to browse.
4 Press OK to play playlist.
»
To remove files from the playlist
1 Press
to highlight the file to remove.
2 Press MENU to display the pop-up menu.
3 Select Remove from Playlist, then press OK to remove the highlighted file.
4 To select all files, select Select All from the pop-up menu. All files will be checked.
Playback
5 To remove selected files from the playlist, press MENU.
6 Select Remove from Playlist, then press OK.
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Chapter 5
Settings
and Further
Adjustments
In order to configure the BD player
for proper audio and video output,
configure the required settings in the
Home menu.
This chapter explains how to configure
your BD player.
Using the Home
Menu
1 Press HOME to display the Home Menu.
2 Press
selection.
to move up and down the menu
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Screen Saver
On
Language
Load Default
More...
Playback
Upgrade
More...
Security
Easy Setup
More...
Network
BUDA
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
Exit
3 Press OK or to enter menu.
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Screen Saver
On
Language
Load Default
Off
Playback
Upgrade
Security
Easy Setup
Network
BUDA
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
Exit
Arrows indicate buttons that
can be pressed.
4 Press
submenu.
to move up and down the
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5 Press OK or to access the next level
submenu.
Indicates currently
selected setting.
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Screen Saver
On
Language
Load Default
Off
Playback
Upgrade
Security
Easy Setup
Network
BUDA
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
Exit
6 Press
to select desired setting then
press OK to confirm.
7 Press to return to the previous screen
or menu.
8 Press HOME again to exit Home menu.
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General Settings
System
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Screen Saver
On
Language
Load Default
More...
Playback
Upgrade
More...
Security
Easy Setup
More...
Network
BUDA
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
Exit
Screen Saver
Upgrade
Set to ‘On’ to activate the screen saver
capability of the BD player. This function
causes the TV to display a moving logo after
a certain period of time without pressing
any buttons on the front panel or the remote
control when a setup menu or disc title
menu is displayed on the screen.
Use this option to select the system upgrade
method. Available options are via:
Disc Auto Upgrade
• Set to ‘On’ to automatically upgrade a disc
that contains an upgrade file package as
soon as it loads.
Load Default
Use this option to reset the BD player to its
default factory settings.
• USB Storage
Note:
Ensure that Disc Auto Playback is set to On
when using upgrade via disc.
Easy Setup
Use this option to activate the initial setup
wizard. See ‘Easy Setup Wizard’ (p.24) for
details.
Settings and Further Adjustments
• Set to ‘Off’ to disable auto upgrade.
• Disc
BUDA
Use this option to view BUDA information
and set BUDA mode.
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Language
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
OSD
English
Language
Menu
English
Playback
Audio
English
Security
Subtitle
English
Network
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
The Language menu allows you to configure
the language that is displayed for the
following:
OSD
Set the on-screen display (OSD) language.
Available options are English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese,
Traditional Chinese, Russian, Turkish, and
Japanese.
Menu
Settings and Further Adjustments
Set the menu language. Available options
are English, French, Chinese, Spanish,
German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish,
Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian,
Korean, and Japanese.
HOME
Exit
Audio
Set the audio language. Available options
are English, French, Chinese, Spanish,
German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish,
Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian,
Korean, and Japanese.
Subtitle
Set the subtitle language. Available options
are English, French, Chinese, Spanish,
German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish,
Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian,
Korean, and Japanese.
To disable subtitle, select ‘Off’.
Notes:
• Not all the supported languages of the BD player are also available on most discs.
• Some discs may not allow the audio language to be set on the settings menu of the BD player. In
this case, select the audio language from the menu of the disc.
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Playback
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Language
Closed Caption
On
PBC
On
Playback
Security
Network
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
Exit
Closed Caption
PBC
Use this option to enable or disable closed
caption function.
Use this option to display or hide the
playback control (PBC) menu.
Settings and Further Adjustments
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Security
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Change Password
More...
Language
Parental Control
More...
Playback
Country Code
More...
Security
Network
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
The Security menu allows you to control the
playback of inappropriate discs.
After parental control is set and a disc
with a higher rating level than the one set
is inserted into the disc tray, you will be
prompted to enter the password first before
playing the disc.
Change Password
Set the 4-digit security password.
1 Press the number buttons to enter the
current password.
HOME
Parental Control
Use this option to the restrict playback of
discs encoded with a rating level equal to
or higher than the level you set. Available
settings are:
• Off
• KID SAFE
•G
• PG
• PG-13
• PGR
•R
2 Press OK.
• NC-17
3 Enter the new password, then press OK.
• ADULT
Settings and Further Adjustments
4 Re-enter the new password, then press
OK.
Once a password has been saved, it must be
entered first before you can change any item
in the security menu.
Exit
Note:
You will be prompted to enter the password
before being allowed to change this setting.
Country Code
Set the country where you are in.
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Note:
Note:
The default initial password is 0000.
You will be prompted to enter the password
before being allowed to change this setting.
Network
Home Menu
--- Generall SSetting
tt --System
Internet Connection
Enable
Language
BD-Live Connection
Permitted
Playback
Security
Network
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
Internet Connection
Use this option to enable or disable internet
connection.
BD-Live Connection
Use this option to control which websites
the BD player is allowed to access
additional content when connected to BDLive Internet. Available settings are:
HOME
Exit
• Partial Permitted: Only allow the inserted
BD disc to download content from a
BD-Live website which has a valid online
certificate. This will reduce the changes
of downloading malicious content onto the
BD player.
• Prohibited: Blocks inserted BD disc from
accessing BD-Live content over the
Internet.
Settings and Further Adjustments
• Permitted: Allow the inserted BD disc to
access content from all BD-Live Internet
sites whose Internet address is encoded
onto the disc. There is no danger of
malicious code download from valid
commercial BD discs, but choosing this
option and downloading BD-Live content
via illegally authored BD discs, or discs
obtained from questionable sources, could
result in malicious code being downloaded
onto the BD player.
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Display Settings
TV
Home Menu
--- Display Setting --TV
TV Screen
16:9 Full
Video Processing
Resolution
Auto
TV System
NTSC
Color Space
RGB
HDMI Deep Color
Off
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
HOME
TV Screen
Notes:
Select this option to set aspect ratio of your
TV. Available settings are:
• Setting the BD player for an output resolution
that is not supported by your TV will result in
a blank or unreadable TV screen.
• 16:9 Full: Select when connected to a 16:9
wide TV.
• 16:9 Normal: Select when connected to a
16:9 TV.
• To play a BD or DVD disc when connected to
an HDMI TV, the TV MUST support the HDCP
copyright protection system.
• 4:3 Pan&Scan: Displays when a standard
4:3 TV is connected. Pictures are cropped
to fill the TV screen with both sides cut off.
TV System
• 4:3 Letterbox: Select when a 4:3 standard
TV is connected. Displays pictures with
black bars on top and below the picture.
• NTSC
Settings and Further Adjustments
Resolution
Select this option to set the TV system in
your area. Available settings are:
• PAL
• Multi
Note:
Select the video resolution according to the
maximum resolution of your TV. Check your
TV’s user manual. Available settings are:
TV Type must be set appropriately. Choosing the
wrong type may result in a black screen.
• Auto
Color Space
• 480I/576I
• 480P/576P
Select the color space. Available settings
are:
• 720P
• RGB
• 1080I
• YCbCr
• 1080P
• YCbCr422
• Full RGB
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Exit
HDMI Deep Color
Select this option to set HDMI deep color.
Available settings are:
• 30 bits
• 36 bits
• Off
HDMI 1080P 24Hz
Set to ‘On’ if connected to a 1920 x 1080/24P
HDMI TV.
Video Processing
The Video Process menu allows you to
adjust basic display settings such as
brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, and
sharpness.
Video Adjust
Select this option to adjust the video
brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation.
Brightness
Contrast
Hue
Saturation
Change
1 Press
2 Press
Exit
to move up and down the
Settings and Further Adjustments
selection.
BACK
to adjust the selected setting.
3 Press BACK (Return) to exit the screen.
Sharpness
Select the sharpness level of the video.
Available settings are:
• High
• Medium
• Low
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Audio Setting
The Audio Setting menu allows you to configure the proper audio settings according to the
type of audio system you use.
Home Menu
--- Audio Setting --Audio Output
SPDIF
PCM
HDMI
PCM
Down_samp
48K
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
Audio Output
Spdif
SPDIF (Sony Philips Digital InterFace) is a
digital audio format which carries digital
audio signals between devices.
Select this option to set the SPDIF audio
output format if your BD player is connected
to an amplifier or receiver which supports
Dolby Digital or DTS surround sound using a
digital coaxial cable. Available settings are:
• Bitstream: Outputs the orginal bitstream
audio signal without processing.
Settings and Further Adjustments
• PCM: Audio ouput is converted to Linear
PCM.
• Reencode: Select this option if the BD
player is connected to a decoder.
• Off
Note:
To achieve the best audio quality, you must also
set up the menu on the disc to set the highest
quality audio track supported by the receiver or
amplifier.
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HOME
Exit
HDMI
Select this option to set the audio output
format if your BD player is connected to an
amplifier or receiver which supports Dolby
Digital or DTS surround sound using an
HDMI cable. Available settings are:
• Bitstream: Outputs the original bitstream
audio signal without processing.
• PCM: Audio output is converted to linear
PCM.
• Reencode: Select this option if the BD
player is connected to a decoder.
• Off
Down_samp
Set the PCM capabilities of the connected
surround receiver or amplifier. This setting is
applicable when the BD player is connected
to an amplifier or receiver and has no effect
when connected via HDMI. Check the PCM
sampling rate of your surround receiver
or amplifier to set the appropriate PCM
sampling rate:
• 48K: This is the default setting. It is best
to retain this setting in the following
conditions:
• If the BD player is not connected to a
surround receiver or amplifier.
• If the BD player is connected to a
surround receiver or amplifier via HDMI
output.
• If you are unsure of the surround
receiver or the amplifier’s PCM sampling
rate.
• 96K: Select this option if the connected
amplifier or receiver is not capable of
handling 192 kHz signals.
• 192K: Select this option if the connected
amplifier or receiver is capable of handling
192 kHz signals.
Note:
Setting an incorrect PCM sampling rate may
result in unpredictable audio playback.
Settings and Further Adjustments
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System Information
The System Information menu displays the software version and the MAC address of your BD
player.
Home Menu
--- System Information ---
Software Version: BDP V2.0
MAC: FF -FF -FF -FF -FF -FF
Use cursor key to move focus, use
"OK" key to select.
Settings and Further Adjustments
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HOME
Exit
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
»
No power.
• Check if the power cord is connected
securely.
• The POWER button is not pressed.
»
Disc tray opens automatically.
• The disc is scratched.
• The disc is dirty.
• The disc is not properly fit on the disc tray.
Use this chapter to find solutions to
some questions that may arise when
using your BD player.
»
Disc does not play / The front panel
display shows “NO DISC”.
• The disc is turned over. Re-insert the disc
with the printed side facing up.
• The inserted disc is not supported.
• The region code of the disc does not match
the BD player.
»
No picture is displayed.
• The connection cords are not properly
connected.
• The connection cords are damaged.
Replace with new ones.
• Check the settings in the Display Settings
menu.
• Select the appropriate video input source
of your TV.
• The video output from the BD player goes
through a VCR before it gets to your TV.
Connect the BD player directly to your TV.
»
The picture is not displayed properly.
• Check the settings in the Display Settings
menu.
• Check if the video input signal source of
your TV is set appropriately.
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»
There is no sound.
The remote control does not work.
• The connection cords are not properly
connected.
• The remote control is not pointed at the
remote sensor on the BD player.
• The connection cords are damaged.
Replace with new ones.
• The remote control batteries are depleted.
Change with new batteries.
• The audio setting is not set appropriately.
• The remote control is too far from the BD
player.
• Slow motion / step mode is on.
• The playback is paused.
»
The angles cannot be changed.
• If connected via optical or coaxial digital
cable, check if the settings in the Audio
Settings menu is set appropriately.
• The inserted disc is recorded with single
angle only.
»
»
The music file does not play
• The data disc is not recorded in MP3
format that conforms to UDF (Universal
Disc Format)
The disc tray does not open.
• Turn off and turn on the BD player again.
Press the .
• Contact your dealer.
• The audio file does not have the extension
*.mp3.
»
»
• Check if the Ethernet RJ-45 cable is
properly connected.
The photo file cannot be played.
BD-Live feature does not work.
• The data disc is dirty.
• Internet connection is not established.
• The photo files does not have the
extension *.jpg / *.jpeg / *.png / *.gif.
• The USB drive is not connected.
»
The disc does not start playback from
the beginning.
• Random mode is on.
• Repeat mode is on.
• Last memory mode is on.
»
The BD player does not start playing the
disc automatically.
• Disc Auto Playback is set to ‘Off’.
»
Troubleshooting
Some function, such as Search, Slow,
Step, Repeat, Random, do not work.
• Some discs do not support these functions.
Refer to the disc’s manual.
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»
• The connected USB drive is not FAT
formatted.
• The connected USB drive is damaged.
• There is no BD disc inserted.
• The inserted disc does not support BD-Live
features.
Chapter 7
Additional
Information
This chapter covers the following topics:
• How to upgrade your BD player
Upgrading Your
Player
The BD player’s firmware is updated
regularly. Updates are available from the
manufacturer’s website.
To upgrade firmware using a
USB drive
1 From your computer, connect to the
Internet and visit the manufacturer’s
website.
• Supported video resolution
• Supported audio output format
• Language code table
• Region code table
• Player specifications
2 Insert the USB drive into the USB port on
your computer.
3 Copy the firmware upgrade file (*.iso) to
the root directory of the USB drive.
4 Remove any inserted disc or USB drive
from the BD player. And turn off the BD
player.
5 Insert the USB drive into the USB port on
the BD player.
6 Turn on the BD player.
7 Press HOME on the remote control.
8 Press
to select General Setting >
System > Upgrade > USB Storage, then
press OK. The firmware begins upgrade.
9 Once completed, a message will appear
on screen.
»
WARNING
DO NOT TURN OFF THE POWER while
upgrading is in progress!
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To upgrade firmware using a
data disc
1 From your computer, connect to the
Internet and visit the manufacturer’s
website.
2 Download the firmware upgrade file
(*.iso) to your computer.
3 Use a commercial software, such as
Nero™, to convert *.iso file to a disc
image.
4 Burn the converted file onto a disc.
5 Remove any inserted disc or USB drive
from the BD player. And turn off the BD
player.
6 Turn the BD player back on.
7 Insert the upgrade disc. The upgrade
screen may take some time to appear.
8 Follow the on-screen instructions to
start upgrade. If the disc does not
automatically upload update, press HOME
on the remote control. Press
to select General Setting > System >
Upgrade > Disc, then press OK. The
firmware begins upgrade.
9 Once completed, a message will appear
on screen.
»
WARNING
Additional Information
DO NOT TURN OFF THE POWER while
upgrading is in progress!
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Video Output
Resolutions
HDMI Video Output
Supported
Resolution
HDMI Video Output
Resolution
1080p
BD - 1080p24 1
Film mode
1080p
1080i
720p
480p
480i
HDMI Auto
DVD - 1080p60
1080p60
1080i
720p
480p
480i
Depends on disc content
and TV capabilities
Note
• This output resolution applies only if the TV
supports the selected resolution.
1
Applies only if TV supports 1080p24.
Otherwise, the highest resolution supported by
the TV is the output resolution.
Component Video
Outputs
Supported
Commercial Discs
Resolution
1080p
Film mode
1080p
1080i
720p
480p
480i
HDMI Auto
Non-Commercial
Discs
480p
1080i
480p
480p
480p
480p
480i
N/A
1080i
1080i
720p
480p
480i
N/A
Note
• Applies when video output is not connected
via HDMI.
• Digital Rights Management (DRM) on
commercial discs prohibits output of
resolution higher than 480p on component
outputs.
Composite Video
Output
Composite output is always 480i (standard
definition).
Additional Information
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Language Code
Table
Additional Information
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Language
Abbr.
Code
Japanese
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Chinese
Dutch
Portuguese
Swedish
Russian
Korean
Greek
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Belarusian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Dzongkha
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fijian
Faroese
(ja/jpn)
(en/eng)
(fr/fra)
(de/deu)
(it/ita)
(es/spa)
(zh/zho)
(nl/nld)
(pt/por)
(sv/swe)
(ru/rus)
(ko/kor)
(el/ell)
(aa/aar)
(ab/abk)
(af/afr)
(am/amh)
(ar/ara)
(as/asm)
(ay/aym)
(az/aze)
(ba/bak)
(be/bel)
(bg/bul)
(bh/bih)
(bi/bis)
(bn/ben)
(bo/bod)
(br/bre)
(ca/cat)
(co/cos)
(cs/ces)
(cy/cym)
(da/dan)
(dz/dzo)
(eo/epo)
(et/est)
(eu/eus)
(fa/fas)
(fi/fin)
(fj/fij)
(fo/fao)
1001
0514
0618
0405
0920
0519
2608
1412
1620
1922
1821
1115
0512
0101
0102
0106
0113
0118
0119
0125
0126
0201
0205
0207
0208
0209
0214
0215
0218
0301
0315
0319
0325
0401
0426
0515
0520
0521
0601
0609
0610
0615
Language
Abbr.
Code
Frisian
Irish
Scots-Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiaq
Indonesian
Icelandic
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Kalaallisut
Khmer
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Lao
Lithuanian
Latvian
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Occitan
Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
(fy/fry)
(ga/gle)
(gd/gla)
(gl/glg)
(gn/grn)
(gu/guj)
(ha/hau)
(hi/hin)
(hr/hrv)
(hu/hun)
(hy/hye)
(ia/ina)
(ie/ile)
(ik/ipk)
(in/ind)
(is/isl)
(iw/heb)
(ji/yid)
(jw/jav)
(ka/kat)
(kk/kaz)
(kl/kal)
(km/khm)
(kn/kan)
(ks/kas)
(ku/kur)
(ky/kir)
(la/lat)
(ln/lin)
(lo/lao)
(lt/lit)
(lv/lav)
(mg/mlg)
(mi/mri)
(mk/mkd)
(ml/mal)
(mn/mon)
(mo/mol)
(mr/mar)
(ms/msa)
(mt/mlt)
(my/mya)
(na/nau)
(ne/nep)
(no/nor)
(oc/oci)
(om/orm)
(or/ori)
(pa/pan)
0625
0701
0704
0712
0714
0721
0801
0809
0818
0821
0825
0901
0905
0911
0914
0919
0923
1009
1023
1101
1111
1112
1113
1114
1119
1121
1125
1201
1214
1215
1220
1222
1307
1309
1311
1312
1314
1315
1318
1319
1320
1325
1401
1405
1415
1503
1513
1518
1601
Language
Abbr.
1612
1619
1721
1813
1814
1815
1823
1901
1904
1907
1908
1909
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1923
2001
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2012
2014
2015
2018
2019
2020
2023
2111
2118
2126
2209
2215
2315
2408
2515
2621
Region Code
Table
Area
abbr.
Code
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Italy
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Portugal
Russia
Singapore
Spain
Switzerland
Sweden
Taiwan
Thailand
United Kingdom
USA
(ar)
(au)
(at)
(be)
(br)
(ca)
(cl)
(cn)
(dk)
(fi)
(fr)
(de)
(hk)
(in)
(id)
(it)
(jp)
(kr)
(my)
(mx)
(nl)
(nz)
(no)
(pk)
(ph)
(pt)
(ru)
(sg)
(es)
(ch)
(se)
(tw)
(th)
(gb)
(us)
0118
0121
0120
0205
0218
0301
0312
0314
0411
0609
0618
0405
0811
0914
0904
0920
1016
1118
1325
1324
1412
1426
1415
1611
1608
1620
1821
1907
0519
0308
1905
2023
2008
0702
2119
Additional Information
Polish
(pl/pol)
Pushto
(ps/pus)
Quechua
(qu/que)
Rhaeto-Romance (rm/roh)
Rundi
(rn/run)
Romanian
(ro/ron)
Kinyarwanda
(rw/kin)
Sanskrit
(sa/san)
Sindhi
(sd/snd)
Sango
(sg/sag)
Serbo-Croatian (sh/scr)
Sinhalese
(si/sin)
Slovak
(sk/slk)
Slovenian
(sl/slv)
Samoan
(sm/smo)
Shona
(sn/sna)
Somali
(so/som)
Albanian
(sq/sqi)
Serbian
(sr/srp)
Swati
(ss/ssw)
Sotho, Southern (st/sot)
Sundanese
(su/sun)
Swahili
(sw/swa)
Tamil
(ta/tam)
Telugu
(te/tel)
Tajik
(tg/tgk)
Thai
(th/tha)
Tigrinya
(ti/tir)
Turkmen
(tk/tuk)
Tagalog
(tl/tgl)
Tswana
(tn/tsn)
Tong
(to/ton)
Turkish
(tr/tur)
Tsonga
(ts/tso)
Tatar
(tt/tat)
Twi
(tw/twi)
Ukrainian
(uk/ukr)
Urdu
(ur/urd)
Uzbek
(uz/uzb)
Vietnamese
(vi/vie)
Volapük
(vo/vol)
Wolof
(wo/wol)
Xhosa
(xh/xho)
Yoruba
(yo/yor)
Zulu
(zu/zul)
Code
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Specifications
Model
Type
Product
Dimension
Power
Consumption
Video Outputs
BD-2000
Blu-ray Disc Player
L 435 mm x W 307.5 mm x H 58 mm
< 0.5 W
HDMI
Composite
Audio Outputs
Component
Coaxial Digital Audio
Optical Digital Audio
Composite Audio
Component Audio
Video Disc
Formats
Additional Information
Video
Compression
formats
Video disc
playback system
Video
Enhancement
Audio
Compression
formats
Multichannel
decoding
Image
Compression
formats
Blu-ray Special
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HDMI
BD-ROM (DL, SL), BD-R/RE, DVD Digital Video 8cm/12cm, DVD+RW (DL,
SL), DVD+R (DL, SL), DVD-RW (DL, SL), DVD-R (DL, SL), CD Digital Video
8cm/12cm, CD-R/RW
AVI, MEPG-2, MPEG-4 AVC (H.264), SMPTE VC-1, VCD 1.1/2.0, SVCD,
WMV, MKV, MP4, M4V, MPG, DAT, VOB, ASF
NTSC/PAL
Progressive Scan
WMA, m4a, WAV, CD Digial Audio, LPCM, Dolby Digital, DTS
Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD, DTS 2.0 + Digital Out
JPEG, PNG, GIF
Blu-ray Live 1.1/2.0
Chapter 8
Appendix
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Public License
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation,
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users. This General Public License applies to most
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Chapter 9
Glossary
»
Aspect ratio
The ratio of a TV screen’s width to its height.
Standard TVs have an aspect ratio of 4:3,
while high definition (HD) and widescreen
TVs have an aspect ratio of 16:9.
»
AVCHD
(Advanced Video Codec High Definition)
The AVCHD is a high definition (HD) digital
video camera recorder format recording
high-definition onto certain media by using
highly efficient codec technologies.
»
Component video output
This video output terminal provides clearer
pictures when connected to a TV equipped
with component inputs. Component video
signals consist of three signals, Y, PB and
PR.
»
Composite video output
Signals mixing the luminance signal (Y)
and the color signal (C) so they can be
transferred on a single cord are output from
this terminal.
»
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is an audio format to record the
sound in up to 5.1 channels with a fraction
of the amount of data as compared to linear
PCM audio signals.
»
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital Plus is an audio format for
high-definition media. Built on Dolby Digital,
it combines the efficiency and flexibility to
provide high quality multi-channel audio.
With BD-ROMs, up to 7.1 channels of digital
sound can be recorded.
»
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is an audio format using
lossless coding. With BD-ROMs, up to 8
channels can be recorded at 96 kHz/24 bits,
or up to 6 channels at 192 kHz/24 bits.
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»
DTS 2.0 + Digital Out
DTS 2.0 + Digital Out denotes the dual ability
to pass the DTS encoded digital bitstream
to an external DTS decoder for playback
as well as fold down the digital surround
soundtrack for playback in a 2-channel
environment through analog outputs.
»
Dynamic range
This refers to the difference between the
maximum and minimum level of the sound.
The dynamic range is measured in units
of decibels (dB). When the dynamic range
is compressed (Audio DRC), the minimum
signal level is increased and the maximum
signal level decreased. This way, the
volume of loud sounds such as explosions is
reduced, while the sounds with a low level,
such as human voices, are easier to listen
to.
»
»
MPEG
(Moving Picture Experts Group)
The name of a family of standards used to
encode video and audio signals in a digital
compressed format. The video encoding
standards include MPEG-1 Video, MPEG-2
Video, MPEG-4 Visual, MPEG-4 AVC, etc. The
audio encoding standards include MPEG-1
Audio, MPEG-2 Audio, MPEG-2 AAC, etc.
HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
A technology for protecting copyrights that
encrypts digital video signals.
»
HDMI
(High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
A digital interface standard for nextgeneration TVs expanding the DVI (Digital
Video Interface) terminal used for example
for computer displays. It allows transfer of
non-compressed digital video and audio
signals (Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTSHD High Resolution Audio, DTS Digital
Surround, MPEG-2 AAC, linear PCM, etc.)
with a single connector.
»
Linear PCM
Glossary
This is referred as the audio signals that are
not compressed, frequently used for DVDVideo discs containing musicals or music
concerts. This can also be indicated “48
kHz/16 bit”, “96 kHz”, etc.
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Chapter 10
INDEX
»
A
Amplifier 20
Angle 29
Audio 44
Analogue 20
Digital, Coaxial 13
Digital, Optical 13
Audio Setting 50
Audio Streams 29
»
B
BD-Live
Connection setting 47
Setting up 32
BONUSVIEW 15, 31
»
C
Closed Caption 45
»
D
Digital Audio
Coaxial 21
Optical 21
Disc Auto Playback 43
Down_samp 50
»
H
HDMI 13, 18, 50
HDMI 1080P 24Hz 49
HDMI Deep Color 48
Home Menu 41
»
I
Internet 22
»
L
Language 44
Language Code Table 58
Load Default 43
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»
M
Media Center 36
»
TV 18
Menu 44
Music
Playing 38
»
N
T
menu 48
TV Screen 48
TV System 48
»
U
Network 47
Upgrade 43, 55
»
»
O
OSC 30
V
Video
OSD 44
Component 13, 19
»
Composite 13, 19
P
Parental Control 46
Password 46
PBC 45
Photo
Slideshow 38
Viewing 37
Playback 25
Controls 26
Video Adjust 49
Video Output Resolutions 57
Video Processing 49
Videos
Playing 39
»
W
Wizard
Setup 24
menu 45
Playlist 40
»
R
Region Code Table 59
Resolution 48
»
S
Screen Saver 43
Security 46
Sharpness 49
SPDIF 50
Specifications 60
Subtitle 44
System Information 52
Glossary
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