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OWNER’S MANUAL
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE
ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
WARNING:
THE MAINS PLUG IS USED AS THE DISCONNECT DEVICE, THEREFORE INSTALL THE
PLAYER NEAR THE WALL OUTLET SO THAT THE MAINS PLUG CAN BE ACCESSED
EASILY AT ALL TIMES.
CAUTION:
This HD DVD player employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this owner’s manual carefully and retain for
future reference. Should the unit require maintenance, contact an authorized service location.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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CAUTION:
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the
risk of electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating
instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
Model No.
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In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. located on the rear panel of your player.
Serial No.
Retain this information for future reference.
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Location of the required label
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The rating plate and the safety caution
are on the rear of the unit.
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Following information is only for EU-member states:
The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product,
pleasecontact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS
OWNER’S MANUAL AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
This set has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric
shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect you if you observe the following
procedures for installation, use and servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that
can be repaired by the user.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
1. Read these instructions.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
2. Keep these instructions.
10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
11.Do not place a flaming object such as a burning
candle on the apparatus.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for long periods of time.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
13. 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.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
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ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
21. If the apparatus should emit smoke or an
unusual odor, immediately disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet. Wait until the smoke
or smell stops, then ask your dealer for a check
and repair. Neglecting to do so may cause fire.
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15. Never expose the apparatus to dripping or
splashing or place items such as vases,
aquariums, any other item filled with liquid, or
candles on top of the unit.
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14. Do not overload wall outlets; extension cords,
or integral convenience receptacles as this can
result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
20. Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired
disc. These discs are easily broken and may
cause serious personal injury and apparatus
malfunction.
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23. The mains plug is used as the disconnect device,
therefore install the player near the wall outlet
so that the mains plug can be accessed easily at
all times.
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17. Do not place anything on top of this unit.
22. Dur ing thunderstor ms, do not touch the
connecting cables or the apparatus.
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16. Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as
it is closing. Neglecting to do so may cause
serious personal injury.
18. Do not place the apparatus on amplifiers or
equipment that may produce heat.
19. Never block or cover the slots or openings in
the unit.
Never place the unit:
• on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface;
• too close to drapes, curtains or walls; or
• in a confined space such as a bookcase,
built-in cabinet, or any other place with poor
ventilation.
The slots and openings are provided to protect
the unit from overheating and to help maintain
reliable operation.
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Precautions
Notes on handling
About the volume level
7Never disconnect the power cord from a wall outlet
while the player is turned on, unless it is in an
emergency. Doing so may cause malfunction.
7When shipping the player, the original shipping
carton and packing materials come in handy. For
maximum protection, repack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
7Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray,
near the player. Do not leave rubber or plastic
products in contact with the player for a long time.
They will leave marks on the finish.
7The top and rear panels of the player may become
warm after a long period of use. This is not a
malfunction.
The volume level of some commercial HD DVD and
DVD discs may seem lower than that of audio CDs,
other software, etc. If you turn up the volume of the
TV or amplifier to play such discs, be sure to turn it
back down after playback finishes.
When not in use
7For usual absence
Be sure to remove the disc from the player and
turn off the power.
7Prolonged absence
Unplug the player from a wall outlet. (This will stop
the clock. Display “SETUP MENU” by pressing
SETUP, and reset the clock ( page 50, 57).)
Notes on locating
7Place the player on a level surface. Do not use
it on a shaky or unstable surface such as a
wobbly table or inclined stand. The loaded disc
may dislodge from its proper position and cause
damage to the player.
Before placing the player, make sure that the
surface can stand the weight of the player.
Never place the player in a high location to avoid
damage to the product or person by an accidental
fall of the player.
7When you place this player near a TV, radio, or
VTR, the playback picture may become poor and
the sound may be distorted depending on the
condition and location of said equipment. In such
an event, place the player as far away much as
possible from the TV, radio, or VTR.
7To avoid damage to this product, never place or
store the unit in direct sunlight; hot, humid areas;
or areas subject to excessive dust, oily smoke,
cigarette smoke or vibration.
Notes on cleaning
Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.
7Do not use any type of solvent, such as thinner or
benzine, as they may damage the surface of the
player.
Playback restrictions
This owner’s manual explains the basic instructions
for this player. Some HD DVD discs or DVD video
discs are produced in a manner that allows specific
or limited operation during playback. As such, the
player may not respond to all operating commands.
This is not a defect in the player. Please refer to the
notes on compatible discs later in this Introduction
and to the discussion of DVD playback and features
later in this manual.
“ ” may appear on the TV screen during operation.
“ ” means that the operation is not permitted by the
player or the disc.
About software
Because of problems and errors that can occur
during the creation of HD DVD, DVD and CD
software and/or the manufacture of HD DVD, DVD
and CD discs, Toshiba cannot assure that this player
will successfully play every disc bearing the HD
DVD, DVD or CD logos. If you happen to experience
any difficulty playing an HD DVD, DVD or CD disc
on this player, please contact Toshiba customer
service.
Some differences
The HD DVD player operates more like a computer
and differently than a standard DVD player, In
addition to containing a microprocessor, it contains
an operating system, random access memory
(RAM), and an HD DVD drive. The operating
system includes software that is transferred to the
RAM when the machine is turned on and at other
times during operation. This transfer can take time.
Therefore, when you turn the HD DVD player on,
it may take a little while before it is ready to use.
Likewise, other functions may not be performed
as quickly as they would on other AV equipment.
Please take these factors into consideration as you
use the HD DVD player.
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LENS
Manufactured under license from DTS, Inc. under
one or more of the following U.S. Pat. No's. 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616;
6,487,535 and other U.S. and world-wide patents
issued and pending. "DTS" and "DTS Digital
Surround" are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc.
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WARM
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
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Moisture condensation occurs during the
following cases.
7When you bring the unit directly from a cold place
to a warm place.
7When you use the unit in a room where you just
turned on the heater, or a place where the cool air
from an air conditioner blows directly on the unit.
7When the unit is moved from an air conditioned
room to a hot, humid location.
7When you use the unit in a humid place.
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7The unauthorized recording, use, display,
distribution, or revision of television programs,
videotapes, HD DVDs, DVDs, CDs and other
materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws
of the United States and other countries, and may
subject you to civil and/or criminal liability.
7This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation
and other rights owners. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for
home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Moisture condensation damages the unit.
Please read the following carefully.
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when
you pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day.
Drops of water form on the outside of the glass.
In the same way, moisture may condense on the
optical pick-up lens inside this unit, one of the
most crucial internal parts of the unit.
Notes on copyright
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Notes on moisture condensation
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC.
Do not use the unit when moisture condensation
may occur.
If you use the unit in such a situation, it may
damage discs and internal parts. Connect the
power cord of the unit to the wall outlet, turn on the
unit, remove the disc, and leave it for two or three
hours. After two or three hours, the unit will have
warmed up and evaporated any moisture. Keep
the unit connected to the wall outlet and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.
7A
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SHARC and Melody are registered trademarks of
Analog Devices, Inc.
and
are trademarks of DVD Format/
Logo Licensing Corporation.
All other brand and product names mentioned in this
manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks
of their respective holders.
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Features
Playback of HD DVD video discs
Internet connection feature (LAN port)
HD DVD video discs are high-density, high-capacity
discs.
7The HD DVD disc standard has been approved
by the DVD forum.
7HD DVD (single layer): 15 GB
HD DVD (dual layer): Maximum capacity of 30 GB
A single layer single sided disc (15 GB) has
capacity of about 8 hours in 1125 line high
definition picture; about 48 hours in 525 line
standard definition picture (depending on bitrate
of pre-recorded contents).
7Some HD DVD discs enable you to access
special HD DVD sites. If an HD DVD site includes
content such as movie trailers, you can watch the
content on the player via the Internet if your
internet connection provides sufficient bandwidth.
HD output jacks
7An HDMI jack for connecting a single cable to
output video and audio signals
7Component jacks
*1GB means 1,000,000,000 bytes.
7HD DVD Twin Format Discs have both HD DVD
and DVD layers on one side. HD DVD Combination
DVD Discs have HD DVD material on one side and
standard DVD material on the other side. Because
both disc types are new, such discs may not
operate properly in this player.
7To view high-definition picture in HD DVD discs,
a 50/60 Hz compatible HDTV display (720p, 1080i,
1080p) is required.
7Connect an HDTV set to the COMPONENT
OUTPUT jacks or the HDMI OUTPUT jack on this
player.
7Some discs may require use of HDMI OUTPUT for
viewing of high resolution material.
Compatible with multiple disc types
7Playback of commercial HD DVD video disc, DVD
video, and Audio CD
7Playback of DVD-RW (disc recorded in DVD VR
mode or DVD video mode), and DVD-R
7Playback of CD-RW and CD-R (Audio CD of
CD-DA format only; playback of MP3, WMA
and other non-CD-DA audio formats are not
supported.)
Because HD DVD is a new format, disc compatibility
issues with new and existing format discs are
possible. Not all discs are compatible. If you
experience compatibility problems, please contact
Toshiba customer service.
HD DVD discs containing high definition content at
a field rate of 50Hz or a frame rate of 25Hz can not
be played on this player without a firmware update.
Firmware update is expected in the future.
Blu-ray Discs cannot be played on this player.
Compatibility notes
7For compatibility, see
page 28.
Certain system requirements
For high definition video playback:
750/60 Hz compatible HD display (some discs may
require HDCP capable input)
7HD DVD disc with HD content
For Dolby® Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD
multi-channel audio playback:
7A/V Receiver with HDMI™ multi-channel LPCM
capable audio input and 5.1 channel speaker
setup.
Important notes
Viewing high-definition content and up-converting
DVD content may require an HDCP capable DVI or
HDMI input on your 50/60 Hz compatible display
device. Because HD DVD is a new format that
makes use of new technologies, certain disc,
digital connection and other compatibility and/or
performance issues are possible. This may, in rare
cases, include disc freezing while accessing certain
disc features or functions, or certain parts of the
disc not playing back or operating as fully intended.
If you experience such issues, please contact the
services mentioned in “Customer support”
( page 9) for information on possible work-around
solutions or the availability of firmware updates that
may resolve your problem. Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD and DTS support for up to 5.1 channels
(DTS-HD support for DTS core only.) HDMI audio
support for PCM only in HD DVD advanced content
play. Some recordable media may not be supported.
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Please contact Toshiba Customer Service
TEL: 13 30 70.
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Customer support
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This HD DVD player is manufactured under the
HD DVD Format adopted by the DVD Forum. The
DVD Forum approved AACS (Advance Access
Content System) as content protection system
for HD DVD format like it approved CSS (Content
Scramble System) for DVD format. Therefore, certain
restrictions are imposed on play, analog signal
output, etc. of AACS protected contents.
When you use pre-recorded contents, the contents
may designate whether or not to apply such
restrictions.
As those restrictions may be adopted and/or
changed and announced by AACS after the
production of this product, the operation of this
product and restrictions thereon may vary
depending on the time you purchase this product as
well as during the life of this product.
To obtain updated information about AACS and this
product, please contact Toshiba Customer Service
TEL: 13 30 70.
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MP3/WMA audio files not supported. Some current
DVDs and CDs may not be compatible. Some
Combo Discs and Twin Format Discs may not be
compatible. 1080p capable display required for
1080p output resolution. Some features subject to
delayed availability.
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Accessories
Accessories
Check that the following accessories are supplied.
Remote control
Batteries (R03)x2
Composite audio/video cable
Power cord
Caution
• Do not use this power cord with any device other than this player.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...................................................................................... 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................... 4
Precautions .......................................................................................................... 6
Features ................................................................................................................ 8
Accessories.......................................................................................................... 9
Index to parts and controls ............................................................................... 12
7Front panel .................................................................................................................................................................. 12
7Rear panel .................................................................................................................................................................. 13
7Display ........................................................................................................................................................................ 14
7Remote control............................................................................................................................................................ 15
Preparation of the remote control .................................................................... 16
7Loading batteries ........................................................................................................................................................ 16
7Operating with the remote control .............................................................................................................................. 16
7Programming for TV control ........................................................................................................................................ 17
7Operating your TV with the remote control ................................................................................................................. 17
Hint on reading this manual ............................................................................. 18
7Icons for function applicability .................................................................................................................................... 18
7Instructions and actual buttons .................................................................................................................................. 18
Connections
Connecting to a TV .............................................................................................20
Connecting to an audio system ........................................................................24
7Via HDMI output.......................................................................................................................................................... 24
7Via optical digital audio output ................................................................................................................................... 24
Playback (Basic)
Disc compatibility ...............................................................................................28
Powering on/Loading a disc ..............................................................................30
Playing a disc ......................................................................................................31
7Stopping playback / Pausing playback ................................................................................................... 31
7Playing from the top menu ....................................................................................................................... 32
7Using A/B/C/D buttons ............................................................................................................................. 32
7Playing from a menu in a recorded disc .................................................................................................. 32
7Selecting the sound ................................................................................................................................. 33
7Selecting the sound of a disc recorded in DVD VR mode ....................................................................... 33
7Selecting subtitles .................................................................................................................................... 34
7Selecting the camera angle ..................................................................................................................... 34
Playing at various speeds ..................................................................................35
7Locating by entering a section number ................................................................................................... 36
7Locating by entering elapsed time .......................................................................................................... 36
7Resuming playback from the location last stopped (Title resume) .......................................................... 36
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Repeat playback................................................................................................. 38
EXTENSION ports .............................................................................................. 39
Using the cursor function ................................................................................. 39
Checking the current status and settings ....................................................... 40
7Audio ........................................................................................................................................................53
7Language .................................................................................................................................................54
7Ethernet ....................................................................................................................................................55
Others
Others
7Picture ......................................................................................................................................................52
Internet
connection
Customizing the function settings ................................................................... 50
Playback
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Internet connection
Internet connection feature (Outline) ............................................................... 42
Internet connection feature (Preparation) ....................................................... 44
Internet connection feature (Operation) .......................................................... 47
7General.....................................................................................................................................................56
7Firmware update ......................................................................................................................................58
Language code list ............................................................................................ 59
Output sound conversion table ........................................................................ 60
License information on the software used in the TOSHIBA HD DVD player ... 61
Before calling service personnel ..................................................................... 68
Specification ...................................................................................................... 69
INFORMATION ON CUSTOMER SUPPORT....................................... Back cover
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Index to parts and controls
See pages with arrows for details.
Front panel
2
1
11
10
3
4
9 8 7 6 5
* The above illustration displays the front panel with the cover open.
Note
Do not place a heavy object on the cover while it is open. Doing so may damage the player.
ON/STANDBY button / ON/STANDBY
indicator
page 30
(SKIP) button
page 35
Skips to the next chapter or track.
Turns the power on/restores the unit to the
standby mode.
(SKIP) button
page 35
Skips to the previous chapter or track.
Remote sensor
page 16
OPEN/CLOSE button
Front panel display
EXTENSION ports
page 14
page 39
page 30
Opens and closes the disc tray.
Disc tray
page 30
Loads a disc into the disc drive.
(PLAY) button
page 31
Starts playback.
(STOP) button
page 31
Stops playback.
(PAUSE) button
page 31
Stops playback momentarily.
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Rear panel
2
3
7
page 44
Ventilation fan
Use this to connect to a network with an
always-on broadband connection.
Do not cover the ventilation holes.
AC IN socket
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM
page 21, 22
Connect the supplied power cord.
page 24
Outputs digital audio signals.
Connect to a digital audio input on an amplifier
equipped with digital audio decoder.
When connecting the optional digital cable, fit
the connector into the jack firmly.
VIDEO OUTPUT (VIDEO, S-VIDEO) jack
COMPONENT OUTPUT jacks
ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT jacks
page 22
Outputs video signals to a connected TV or
monitor.
Connect to a TV or monitor equipped with
component video jacks.
HDMI OUTPUT jack
Others
OPTICAL jack
6
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4
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page 22
Outputs video signals to a connected TV or
amplifier.
page 22
Outputs audio signals to a connected TV or AV
amplifier.
page 21
Outputs video/audio signals to a connected
TV, monitor or AV amplifier.
Connect to a TV, monitor or AV amplifier
equipped with HDMI input.
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Index to parts and controls (Continued)
Display
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8 9 10 11
12 13
14
15
16
17
Status indicator
: Playing
II
: Pausing
: Fast forward playback
: Fast reverse playback
Disc indicator
HD DVD : Illuminates when an HD DVD disc is
loaded.
DVD
: Illuminates when a DVD disc is loaded.
REMAIN (Remaining) indicator
Illuminates when a remaining playback time
is displayed.
2ch indicator
Illuminates when 2 channel (L/R) sound is
output.
TITLE indicator
Illuminates when a title number is displayed.
MULTI indicator
Illuminates when 5.1 channel sound is
output.
ADV (Advanced) indicator
Illuminates when advanced content is played.
Repeat mode indicator
Illuminates when playing in repeat mode.
CHP (Chapter) indicator
Illuminates when a chapter number is displayed.
Angle icon indicator
Illuminates when playing a scene recorded
with multi angles.
CD indicator
Illuminates when a CD is loaded.
TRK (Track) indicator
Illuminates when a track number is displayed.
Sound format indicator
: Illuminates when Dolby Digital sound is
played.
: IIluminates when DTS sound is played.
HDMI Indicator
Illuminates when HDMI connection is verified
between the player and another device.
TOTAL indicator
Illuminates when the total playing time of the
disc is displayed.
16 Multi display
Displays the total playing time of the disc,
elapsed time, remaining time, title number,
chapter number or message, etc.
Video output format indicator
Displays the video output format currently
selected.
480 : 480 interlace
480 : 480 progressive
576 : 576 interlace
576 : 576 progressive
720 : 720 progressive
1080 : 1080 interlace
1080 : 1080 progressive
Switching the display
Every time you press DISPLAY button on the remote control, the display changes the contents.
The display may not change, depending on the disc conditions.
Dimming the display
Pressing DIMMER button on the remote control changes the brightness of the display.
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Remote control
ON/STANDBY button page 30
TV/ DVD button page 17
OPEN/CLOSE button page 30
TV MUTE button page 17
DISPLAY button page 40
TV CODE button page 17
ANGLE button page 34
AUDIO button page 33
SUBTITLE button page 34
TOP MENU button page 32
MENU button page 32
Playback
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TV button page 17
Playback
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TV VOL. buttons page 17
Connections
TV CH buttons page 17
Direction buttons page 32, 50
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OK button page 32, 50
RESUME PLAY button page 36
RETURN button page 50*
(PAUSE) button page 31
(PLAY) button page 31
Others
(SKIP) button page 35
(STOP) button page 31
(SKIP) button page 35
button page 35
button page 35
SLOW button page 35
REPEAT button page 38
CURSOR button page 39
button page 35
A, B, C, D button page 32
T.SEARCH button page 36
CLEAR button page 36
Number buttons page 36
DIMMER button page 14
SETUP button page 50
MAIN/SUB button*
* MAIN/SUB
For future functions may become
available by software update.
* RETURN
Returns to the previous screen (the
screen may be specified depending on
the disc).Refer to the instructions of the
disc.
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Preparation of the remote control
Set up the remote control to operate the player and your TV.
Loading batteries
Operating with the remote control
1
Open the cover.
Point the remote control at the remote sensor and
press the buttons.
2
Insert batteries.
Distance : About 7 m from the
front of the remote
sensor
Angle
7Use 2 batteries (R03 sizes).
7Make sure to match the + and – on the
batteries to the marks inside the battery
compartment.
3
: About 30° in each
direction of the front
of the remote sensor
Close the cover.
Notes
Do not drop or give the remote control a shock.
Do not leave the remote control near an extremely hot or humid place.
Do not spill water or put anything wet on the remote control.
Do not disassemble the remote control.
Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area.
Batteries should always be disposed of with the environment in mind.
Always dispose of batteries in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating range becomes reduced, replace all batteries with new
ones.
When necessary to replace batteries in the remote control, always replace all batteries with new ones. Never mix battery types
or use new and used batteries in combination.
Be sure to use R03 size batteries.
Always remove batteries from remote control if they are dead or if the remote control is not be used for an extended period of
time. This will prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment.
Caution
Never throw batteries into a fire.
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Introduction
1
Point the remote control to your TV after you have
entered the brand code. Operate your TV with the
buttons below.
While holding
, press the
number buttons to enter a
corresponding brand code (see
below) of your TV.
e.g. To enter 2581
Playback
(Advanced)
•Some brands have several codes. Try one by
one until the remote control can operate your
TV.
TV MUTE :
To mute the TV
TV CH :
To select the TV channel
Internet
connection
Release
TV
:
To turn on and off the TV
TV/DVD :
To change the video
input
Hold down.
2
Playback
(Basic)
Operating your TV with the remote control
TV VOL. :
To adjust the volume
.
Connections
Programming for TV control
The brand code is memorized.
Note
Notes
For some TVs, pressing the volume button once may
change the volume by more than one level.
Even after the player's remote control is programmed, it
may not operate some or all of the features on your other
device.
If this happens and you wish to use those features, you will
need to use the device's original remote control.
Others
When replacing the batteries of the remote control, re-enter
the brand code of your TV.
Brand code table
Brand name
Toshiba
Aiwa
Akai
Bang & Olufsen
Beko
Blaupunkt
Brionvega
Bush
Crown
Daewoo
Decca
Ferguson
Finlux
Fisher
Brand name
Brand code
2581
4301
3241
2671
2621
2941
2711
2621
2541
2861
2541
2541
2611
2761
2601
2671
2601
4311
3281
4321
3331
2801
4471
2681
2881
2871
2881
2691
3291
2921
3221
2841
2611
2981
3351
2621
3491
4671
2751
4261
3271
3771
2781
4481
4291
2851
Funai
GEC
Goodmans
Granada
Grundig
Hinari
Hitachi
Inno Hit
JVC
LG Goldstar
Loewe
Luxor
Marantz
Matsui
Metz
Brand code
2731
2591
2611
2611
2601
2541
2591
3671
2611
2861
2491
2621
2701
2991
2541
2781
2621
2781
2611
2691
2671
2701
2681
3301
4501
2861
2881
3221
3151
2691
3471
3441
2901
3501
4491
3361
3591
4511
2771
2961
3311
2581
2851
2611
2861
2651
3151
3841
3511
3701
2671
2691
(Continued)
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Introduction
Chapter
Preparation of the remote control (Continued)
Brand name
Mitsubishi
National
Orion
Panasonic
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Saba
Saisho
Samsung
Sanyo
Schneider
Brand name
Brand code
2621
2701
2691
2701
3551
2621
2561
2881
3981
2761
2621
2541
2541
3521
4271
2611
2571
4581
2701
2961
3371
4521
2781
2711
3761
2851
2741
3911
3381
3001
3951
3251
2571
2991
4531
3481
2761
2651
2631
3541
4561
2671
2681
4591
2591
3461
4541
3681
2841
2691
2731
3711
2621
3581
4551
3921
3321
2731
2991
3721
3391
2811
4601
2861
4611
SEG
Seleco
Sharp
3531
2811
3731
2821
3881
3931
3941
3161
3901
3231
3961
3991
4571
Singer
Sinudyne
Sony
Tatung
Technics
Telefunken
Tensai
Thomson
Thorn
Universum
Zanussi
Brand code
2731
2661
2641
3801
2621
2551
2551
3891
2611
2711
2841
2681
6641
4631
2581
2731
2661
3051
2721
3401
3811
3611
3821
3631
3831
3781
3971
3791
2621
2951
4281
2651
3621
4621
2691
3641
3011
3651
3051
3871
3001
3421
2781
2701
4641
2611
2761
4651
2951
2831
4661
2961
3431
3601
3221
Hint on reading this manual
Icons for function applicability
Instructions and actual buttons
The following icons are used in this manual to
indicate features and/or functions that are applicable
to various types of discs.
(For disc compatibility information, see
page 28.)
Most instructions are based on remote control
operation, unless otherwise noted. You can use the
buttons on the remote control and those on the main
unit as well when they have the same function. Some
functions are available only from the remote control.
Icon
HD DVD
Disc
HD DVD
video disc
Icon
CD
Disc
Audio CD
DVD-Video
DVD video disc
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-RW
(CD-DA format)
DVD-RW
DVD-RW
CD-R
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA format)
DVD-R
DVD-R
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Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Internet
connection
Connect your player to your A/V system.
Playback
(Advanced)
2
Connections
Others
Connecting to a TV
Connecting to an audio system
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Chapter
Connections
Connecting to a TV
Step1
Check the type of video input on your TV.
To view high definition content output, use the HDMI OUTPUT jack or the COMPONENT OUTPUT jacks
to connect to a TV. Some discs may require use of the HDMI OUTPUT jack for viewing of high resolution
material.
TV input
High definition video
Page
Viewable.
To view 1080p output,
make this connection.
21
Viewable.
(Some discs may be down
converted or require
HDMI connection.)
Not compatible with 1080p.
To view 1080p output,
select HDMI connection.
22
Down converted.
(Some discs may require
HDMI connection.)
22
HDMI input
HDMI INPUT
Most recommended*
Component video
input
S-VIDEO or
VIDEO (yellow) input
*Why HDMI connection is most recommended?
HD DVD and DVD video disc creators have the option to include copy protection instructions in their discs that
prohibit the output of some standard video or high definition video (original 720p, 1080i or 1080p or up-converted
480i/576i or 480p/576p) from the COMPONENT OUTPUT jacks. If such instructions are present in the disc you are
playing, you must use the HDMI OUTPUT jack to view the disc in a high definition format and the COMPONENT
OUTPUT jacks, if activated, will output video only in 480i/576i or 480p/576p resolution.
Caution on connection
• Do not power this player using any power cord other than the one supplied with this player.
• Do not use the supplied power cord with any device other than this player.
Notes on connection
• When you connect the player to your TV, be sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from the wall outlet
before making any connections.
• Connect the player directly to your TV. If you connect the player to a VTR, TV/VTR combination, video selector or
AV amplifier, the playback picture may be distorted due to copy protection.
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Chapter
Connections
Introduction
Step2
Connect the player to your TV.
HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface. HDMI transfers digital audio and uncompressed digital
video on a single cable. As a result, audio cables and video cables don’t need to be connected separately to
a device.
Connections
Via HDMI input
Playback
(Basic)
Playback
(Advanced)
To HDMI OUTPUT
HDMI INPUT
HDMI cable (supplied)
Finally connect the supplied
power cord to a wall outlet.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
After completing the connection, proceed to
Others
This player supports simultaneous output of video on its HDMI and component video ports. However, some discs may
restrict output of video on the component video ports when viewing high definition content or up-converted DVD content.
The resolution on the HDMI output will be the same as the resolution output on the component video output. Thus,
because the HDMI output can change automatically to match the maximum available resolution of your display, if you
connect both the HDMI output and component output, the resolution on the component output will change if the HDMI
output auto-adjusts.
Internet
connection
Depending on the equipment
connected to this player, such
as a TV or a projector, no sound
may be output by the display.
In this case, set “Digital Out HDMI”
(
page 53) to “PCM”. If sound still
is not heard, use analog output.
page 23 to make the setting.
Notes
• Refer to the owner’s manual for the TV to be connected to this player for more information concerning HDMI connections.
• When the HDMI connection is not verified, an error message appears on the front panel display. In this case, disconnect the
HDMI cable then connect it again, or turn off the connected HDMI device then turn it on.
• HDMI output is digital only, DVI analog is not supported.
• HDMI is an evolving technology, so it is possible that some devices may not operate properly with this player.
• To get the most possible benefit from Dolby Digital Plus, you should connect your HD DVD player to your AV receiver using
its HDMI input. If your AV receiver has this type of input, make sure it is connected to your HD DVD player and that the input
is set to use audio from HDMI (and not the SPDIF coaxial or optical input). If your AV receiver does not have an HDMI input,
then the next best choice is to use the SPDIF (coaxial or optical) input on your AV receiver.
• If you use the SPDIF optical output or analog outputs to connect your audio system and have the “Digital Out HDMI” ( page
53) set to “Auto” or “PCM”, the audio output level from these jacks will be reduced when listening to a multi-channel disc. To
restore the audio output level, set “Digital Out HDMI” to “Downmixed PCM”.
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Connections
Connecting to a TV (Continued)
Via component video input
Component video cables
(not supplied)
To COMPONENT OUTPUT
To use the optical digital
To use the analog sound output, connect these jacks
output, use an optical
to audio input jacks on your TV using the audio cable.
cable to connect this jack
For digital sound output, see “Connecting to an audio
to an optical audio input
system” (
page 24).
on a device capable of
processing Dolby Digital,
DTS bitstream, or PCM audio.
Finally connect the supplied
power cord to a wall outlet.
This player supports simultaneous output of video on its HDMI and component video ports. However, some discs may restrict
output of video on the component video ports when viewing high definition content or up-converted DVD content.
The resolution on the HDMI output will be the same as the resolution output on the component video output. Thus,
because the HDMI output can change automatically to match the maximum available resolution of your display, if you
connect both the HDMI output and component output, the resolution on the component output will change if the HDMI
output auto-adjusts.
After completing the connection, proceed to
page 23 to make the setting.
Via S-VIDEO or VIDEO (yellow) input
*
Connect either.
To VIDEO
To use the analog sound
output, connect these jacks
to audio input jacks on your
TV using the audio cable.
For digital sound output,
see “Connecting to an
audio system” (
page 24).
To S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO cable (not supplied)
Finally connect the supplied
power cord to a wall outlet.
Audio/video cable (supplied)
* To use the optical digital output,
use an optical cable to connect
this jack to an optical audio input
on a device capable of processing
Dolby Digital, DTS bitstream, or
PCM audio.
480i/576i output only regardless of the resolution
settings or the connections of other output jack.
After completing the connection, proceed to
page 23 to make the setting.
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Chapter
Connections
Introduction
Step3
Configure settings for your display.
Connections
Setting of video output resolution of this player
1
Turn on the TV and select the input to which the player is connected.
2
Press ON/STANDBY to turn on the player (
3
Press SETUP to display “SETUP MENU”, if not displayed.
ON/STANDBY
Playback
(Basic)
page 30).
ON/STANDBY
SETUP MENU
Picture
Language
Ethernet
Playback
(Advanced)
TV Shape
Picture Mode
Resolution Setting
PAL/Auto
Audio
/
OK
General
Press
/
to select “Picture” then press OK.
5
Press
/
to select “Resolution Setting”, then press OK.
6
Press / to select the resolution according to the performance of
your TV as shown in the table below.
Internet
connection
4
SETUP
“Resolution Setting”
TV input
Select the resolution.
HDMI INPUT
Component video
input
Select the resolution
according to the
performance of the
connected TV.
Others
HDMI input
e.g. up to 480i/576i
up to 480p/576p
up to 720p
up to 1080i
up to 1080p
e.g.
1080i
TV
Do not select
“up to 1080p”.
up to 480i/576i
up to 480p/576p
up to 720p
up to 1080i
up to 1080p
S-VIDEO or
VIDEO (yellow) input
“Resolution Setting” selection is not necessary.
• You may find that setting the output resolution of the player to match as closely as possible the native resolution of
your display provides the best picture performance (e.g., 720p for 720p and 1080p for 1080p).
7
Press OK.
8
Press SETUP to turn off “SETUP MENU”.
Note
• In case the menu of “Resolution Setting” disappears, make composite video (yellow) connection to restore it, then select
the resolution which is compatible with the connected TV.
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Chapter
Connections
Connecting to an audio system
You can enjoy the benefits of Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD by connecting the HDMI output of your
player to an AV receiver with an HDMI audio input. You can listen to down-converted Dolby Digital Plus
and Dolby TrueHD as well as Dolby Digital and DTS using a receiver with Dolby Digital and DTS decoding
capabilities and an optical digital input.
Via HDMI output
Make the connection as below, and set “Digital Out HDMI” (
page 53).
HDMI compatible device
HDMI input
You may need to adjust the HDMI
audio output to match the
capabilities of your AV amplifier.
In this case, set “Digital Out
HDMI” (
page 53) to “PCM”.
HDMI output
HDMI input
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
HDMI cable
(supplied)
AV amplifier
Caution
When you are connecting (via the HDMI OUTPUT jack) an AV decoder that does not have Dolby Digital or DTS
decoding capability, be sure to set “Digital Out HDMI” ( page 53) to “PCM” or “Downmixed PCM”. Otherwise,
high volume sound may damage your hearing as well as the speakers.
Via optical digital audio output
Make the connection as below, and set “Digital Out SPDIF” (
page 53).
AV amplifier
Digital input
Optical
Optical digital cable
(not supplied)
Caution
When you are connecting (via the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM jack) an AV decoder that does not
have Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG decoding capability, be sure to set “Digital Out SPDIF” ( page 53) to “PCM”.
Otherwise, high volume sound may damage your hearing as well as the speakers.
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Introduction
Connections
Note about audio capabilities
Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD (DTS core only) capability limited to 5.1 channels.
DTS-HD processing of DTS core only. Full DTS-HD is not supported.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Playback
(Basic)
Manufactured under license from DTS, Inc. under one or more of the following U.S. Pat. No's. 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,226,616; 6,487,535 and other U.S. and world-wide patents issued and pending. "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks
of DTS, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2002-2006 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Playback
(Advanced)
Internet
connection
Others
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Introduction
Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Internet
connection
Play your favorite disc.
Playback
(Advanced)
3
Playback (Basic)
Others
Disc compatibility
Powering on/Loading a disc
Playing a disc
Playing at various speeds
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Chapter
3
Playback (Basic)
Disc compatibility
Pre-recorded discs
Disc
Specifi cation
HD DVD
video disc
• 12cm (4 / in.)
DVD video disc
• 12cm (4 3/4 in.)/
8cm (3 1/4 in.)
• Region number 4
or ALL
Audio CD
• 12cm (4 3/4 in.)/
8cm (3 1/4 in.)
3 4
The region number of this HD DVD player is 4.
If region numbers, corresponding to a specific
playable area, are printed on your DVD video
2 or
disc and you do not find
, or the disc is
encoded to permit playback only in regions other
than Region 4, disc playback will not be allowed
by the player.
Recordable discs you can play on this player
Disc
DVD-RW
Except Ver. 1.0
DVD-R
DVD-R For DL
Specifi cation
• DVD VR mode recording
(CPRM compatible discs supported.)
• DVD Video mode recording
Finalized discs only.
Disc
Specifi cation
CD-RW
• CD-DA (audio CD) format
Finalized discs only.
CD-R
• CD-DA (audio CD) format
Finalized discs only.
• DVD VR mode recording
(CPRM compatible discs supported.)
• DVD Video mode recording
• 4.7GB For General
Finalized discs only.
Notes
B e c a us e H D D V D is a ne w forma t, d is c c omp a tib ility is s ue s with ne w a nd e x is ting forma t d is c s a re p os s ib le . N ot a ll d is c s
page 8 for more
are compatible. If you experience compatibility problems, please contact Toshiba customer service. See
information about disc compatibility.
T his p la ye r c a n p la y p ic ture s of the PA L /N T S C c olour s ys te m only.
You c a nnot p la y non-s ta nd a rd iz e d d is c s e ve n if the y ma y b e la b e le d a s a b ove .
D is c s othe r tha n the a b ove c a nnot b e p la ye d . E ve n s ome of the a b ove d is c s ma y not b e a b le to b e p la ye d d e p e nd ing on the ir
state.
MP 3 a nd W MA a ud io forma ts a re not s up p orte d .
B lu-ra y D is c s c a nnot b e p la ye d on this p la ye r.
and
are trademarks of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
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Introduction
7Because HD DVD is a new format that makes
use of new technologies, certain disc, digital
connection and other compatibility and/or
performance issues are possible. This may, in
rare cases, include disc freezing while accessing
certain disc features or functions, or certain parts
of the disc not playing back or operating as fully
intended. If you experience such issues, please
contact the services mentioned in “Customer
support” ( page 9) for information on possible
work-around solutions or the availability of
firmware updates that may resolve your problem.
HD DVD discs containing high definition content
at a field rate of 50Hz or a frame rate of 25Hz can
not be played on this player without a firmware
update. Firmware update is expected in the future.
7Viewing high-definition content and up-converting
DVD content may require an HDCP-capable
DVI or HDMI input on your 50/60 Hz compatible
display device.
7Some HD DVD discs and/or DVD discs may
restrict the use of some operation commands or
features.
7Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS support
for up to 5.1 channels (DTS-HD support for DTS
core only). Full DTS-HD is not supported.
7Some DVD-R/DVD-RW and CD-R/CD-RW discs
may be incompatible due laser pick-up and disc
design. CD-R/CD-RW discs must be recorded
using CD-DA method for CD audio playback.
7In some cases, the included remote control may
not operate additional devices or certain features
of such devices, in which case, it is suggested
that you use the original remote control for the
applicable device.
7Some features subject to delayed availability.
7This product includes memory that is used to
store some disc related information, including
downloaded online content. The disc you are
using will control how long this information is
retained.
• Do not touch the playback
side of the disc.
• Do not stick paper or
tape to discs.
Playback
(Basic)
On handling discs
.O
Yes
Connections
Compatibility notes
Playback side
9ES
.O
Internet
connection
• Fingerprints and dust on the disc may cause picture
and/or sound deterioration or prevent playback.
Wipe the disc from the centre outwards with a soft
cloth. Always keep the disc clean.
Playback
(Advanced)
On cleaning discs
Others
• Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner,
benzine, commercially available cleaners or
antistatic spray for vinyl LPs. It may damage the
disc.
• Refer to the instructions of the disc as well.
On storing discs
• Do not store discs in a place subject to direct
sunlight or near heat sources.
• Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and
dust such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
• Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing
objects on discs outside of their case may cause
warping.
• Refer to the instructions of the disc as well.
Note
The firmware in this player can be updated.
See
page 58 for details.
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Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Powering on/Loading a disc
Turning the power on
Turning the power off
1
1
Press
(front panel) or
The power turns off and ON/STANDBY
indicator on the front panel turns red (standby
mode).
(remote control).
ON/STANDBY indicator
Press ON/STANDBY.
ON/STANDBY button
Note
If the player freezes for about 15 minutes or more and will
not respond to any buttons, holding down ON/STANDBY
button on the front panel for about 10 seconds can force
the player to turn off. However, this is an emergency
measure, which may cause damage to the player. Avoid
casual use of this measure.
ON/STANDBY button
When the power turns on, ON/STANDBY
indicator on the front panel changes colour
from red (standby mode) to blue (operation).
Start up (and disc loading (see below)) may
take time.
Note
When you power on this player for the first time, the setting
page 50 and select
screen will appear. Please refer to
“General” > “Clock Set”. Check the date and time are set
properly and correct them if necessary. When complete,
press SETUP to exit. Your player is ready.
Loading a disc
1
Notes
Press
(front panel) or
(remote control).
The player opens the disc tray.
2
Place a disc in the hollow of the
disc tray with the playback side
down.
When using a
double-sided disc,
turn the label of the
playing side up.
Use the button on the front panel or the remote control to
open and close the disc tray. Do not push or hold the disc
tray while it is moving. Doing so may cause the player to
malfunction.
Do not load a disc which is unplayable, or any object other
than a playable disc.
Do not apply downforce to the disc tray. Doing so may
cause the player to malfunction.
If the disc tray stops while closing, the mechanical
protection system of this player will open it. Do not force it
to close. Doing so may damage the disc tray.
If the disc tray will not open, turn the player off, and press
OPEN/CLOSE on the front panel. This may turn the player
on and open the disc tray. If it still won’t open, contact
Toshiba customer service.
After placing a disc, press OPEN/CLOSE.
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Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Introduction
Playing a disc
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
CD
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Preparation
1 Turn on the TV or audio system and select the corresponding input
source that the player is connected to.
2 Turn the power on. (
Load a disc and close the disc tray.
( page 30)
Playback
(Basic)
1
page 30)
Playback starts.
HD DVD
.
DVD-Video
If a loaded disc contains a top menu, a top menu appears when
you start playback.
Depending on the disc, you may need to press
or
to
display a top menu.
(“Playing from the top menu”,
page 32)
To display
a menu
Start
DVD-RW
Internet
connection
To display a
top menu
Playback
(Advanced)
• If playback does not start
Press
DVD-R
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
Others
If a loaded disc contains a title menu, you can display it to select a
desired title.
(“Playing from a menu in a recorded disc”,
page 32)
CD
Connections
HD DVD
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Playback starts automatically.
Stopping playback / Pausing playback
Press
.
Playback stops.
.
During playback, press
Playback pauses.
To resume, press
.
Note
If absence of operation or picture pausing continues for about 20 minutes, this player
turns itself off. To operate again, press ON/STANDBY button to turn the player on.
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Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Playing a disc (Continued)
Playing from the top menu
Playing from a menu in a recorded disc
HD DVD
DVD-RW
DVD-Video
Some discs may include a top menu, on which you can
view the structure of contents or select a scene.
1
Press
Discs recorded on personal devices such as DVD
recorders may contain menus, on which items can be
easily selected.
1
.
A top menu appears.
2
Press / / /
title you want.
Press
Press
.
Recorded contents are displayed.
to select the
If the titles in the top menu
are assigned a number, you
can directly locate a specific
title by pressing its
designated number with the
number buttons.
3
DVD-R
2
3
.
Press / / /
you want.
Press
to select the item
.
Playback of the selected item starts.
Playback starts from chapter 1 of the selected
title.
Notes
The instructions above describe basic procedures which
may vary depending on the contents of a disc. If different
instructions appear on the TV screen, follow those
instructions.
If you display the top menu during playback and press
TOP MENU button again without selecting any title, the
player may resume playback from the point where you first
pressed TOP MENU button (depending on the actual disc.)
This method of locating a title is available only on a disc
that contains a top menu.
Instruction notes of discs may refer to the button that
displays the top menu as TITLE button.
Depending on a disc, MENU button may have to be
pressed instead of TOP MENU button to display the top
menu.
Notes
Disc menus vary depending on the disc or the recording
device. Some discs may not contain a disc menu.
Discs recorded in DVD VR mode display the recorded
contents not in thumbnails but in a list. Select an item on
the list and press OK button.
Using A/B/C/D buttons
HD DVD
Use these buttons as indicated by the video display
during HD DVD disc playback. Depending on the disc
contents, the functions of each button may differ.
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Introduction
Selecting the sound
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
If a disc contains several languages, you can select a preferred language
from them to hear.
Good
morning!
During playback, press
English 1
A language code (
Press
page 59) may appear.
while the audio setting is displayed
Notes
Others
Some discs allow you to change audio selections only via the disc menu. If this is the
case, press MENU button and choose the appropriate language from the selections
on the disc menu.
When you turn on the player or replace a disc, the player returns to the initial default
setting ( page 54). Depending on a disc, a specific type of audio the disc has is
output.
Immediately after you have switched audio output modes, there may be a temporary
discrepancy between the display and actual sound.
Internet
connection
on the TV screen.
Playback
(Advanced)
Audio:
2
.
Some HD DVD video discs may not
display this window.
e.g.
Start
¡Buenos
días!
Playback
(Basic)
1
Bonjour!
Connections
HD DVD
Selecting the sound of a disc recorded in DVD VR mode
DVD-RW
DVD-R
(DVD VR mode)
When playing a disc recorded in DVD VR mode, select the sound as follows.
1
During playback, press
2
Press
.
• The current audio setting appears.
• The language code appears instead of the language name. Refer
to the list of languages and their abbreviations. ( page 59)
while the audio setting is displayed
on the TV screen.
Each time you press the button, the sound changes.
e.g.
Stereo sound contents
Left channel and right channel
Left channel
Right channel
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3
Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Playing a disc (Continued)
Selecting subtitles
HD DVD
DVD-Video
You can display subtitles on the TV and
select a subtitle language from those
included on the disc.
1
Press
Some HD DVD video discs may not
display this window.
English 1
A language code (
Each time you press
view subtitles.
2
¡Buenas tardes!
The current subtitle setting appears.
Subtitle:
Start
Bonsoir!
during playback.
e.g.
Start
Good evening!
page 59) may appear.
/ , “On” and “Off” alternate. Select “On” to
Press
while the subtitle setting is
displayed on the TV screen.
Subtitle languages which do not appear in the setting are not
included in the disc.
Notes
Some discs are set to display subtitles automatically.
Depending on the scene, subtitles may not appear immediately after you set the
subtitle function to on.
Some discs will allow you to change subtitle languages and turn subtitles on or off
only via the disc menu.
When you turn on the player or replace a disc, the player returns to the initial default
setting ( page 54). Depending on a disc, a specific type of subtitles the disc has is
output.
Depending on the scene, the subtitle language may not change immediately after
selected.
Selecting the camera angle
HD DVD
DVD-Video
If the scene was recorded with multiple angles, you can easily change the
camera angle of the scene you are watching.
1
Press
while playing a scene recorded with
multiple angles.
Angle icon
While playing a scene recorded
with multiple angles, the angle icon
appears on the TV screen and on
the front panel. Press ANGLE button
while the angle icon is displayed.
Angle
1/6
Number of angles in the
current title
Angle number
Some HD DVD video discs may not
display this window.
2
While the angle number is displayed, press
repeatedly to select the angle number.
Notes
You can also change the camera angle during still playback. The camera angle
changes to the new setting when you resume normal playback.
If you pause a picture immediately after changing a camera angle, the resumed
playback picture may not display the new camera angle.
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3
Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Introduction
Playing at various speeds
DVD-R
Connections
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Page 36
Playback
(Basic)
Skipping chapters or tracks
Playback
(Advanced)
Playback starts from the beginning
of the current chapter or track.
When you press twice, playback
starts from the beginning of the
previous chapter or track.
Playing frame by frame
During playback, press
.
Playing in fast reverse or fast forward
If you press
while a picture is
paused, you can play the picture
frame by frame.
During normal playback,
press
/
.
• To resume normal playback, press
.
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Picture pauses.
: Fast reverse playback
the playback speed changes.
• To resume normal playback, press
.
Others
: Fast forward playback
• Each time you press the button,
Some discs may not permit this
operation.
Skipping chapters or tracks
Playback starts from the beginning
of the next chapter or track.
Playing in slow-motion
Press
during playback.
Picture is played forward in slowmotion.
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• Each time you press the button,
the slow-motion speed changes.
• To resume normal playback, press
.
• Not available in CD playback.
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3
Chapter
Playback (Basic)
Playing at various speeds (Continued)
Locating by entering a section number
HD DVD DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-R
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD
DVD-R
CD-R
(CD-DA)
HD DVD DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Normally titles, chapters, and tracks are numbered.
By entering these numbers, you can access a desired
section.
1
Locating by entering elapsed time
1
Search:
Title
3
Chapter – – – –
Time – –
––
CD
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Press
.
You may have to press repeatedly, depending
on a disc. Press the button until the cursor
moves to "-- -- --" area.
Press
repeatedly to select
the area you want to input.
e.g.
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-R
e.g.
––
Search:
Title
3
Chapter – – – –
Time – –
––
––
To enter a title number
Search:
Title
3
Chapter – – – –
Time – –
––
––
––
––
To enter a chapter number
Search:
Title
3
Chapter – – – –
Time – –
2
Press the number buttons to
enter the desired time location
on the disc.
To enter the elapsed time
(See right).
Off
• The actual display may vary depending on the disc.
The cursor shifts also by
2
e.g. To enter 1 hour, 25 minutes, and
30 seconds
/ .
.
Press the number buttons to
enter a number of the section.
, then press
.
.
• Pressing CLEAR resets the numbers.
3
e.g. To enter chapter/track 25:
Press
.
Press
.
.
Playback starts from the specified location.
• Pressing CLEAR resets the numbers. To turn
off the display, press T.SEARCH several times
(depending on the disc).
3
Press
.
Playback starts from the selected section.
Notes
Some discs may not permit these operations.
While the ADV indicator on the front panel illuminates, these features are not available.
Resuming playback from the location last stopped (Title resume)
HD DVD
T it le 1
T itle 2
T itle 3
Title 4
Title 5
Notes
…
P la y
R e su mi n g
Stop
You can resume playback from the location last
stopped.
If you press
after stopping playback, playback
starts from the location last stopped.
after stopping playback, the resume
If you press
feature is canceled.
Resume feature cannot function when:
− you select a disc menu language ( page 54) or change
the parental lock setting ( page 56).
− you open the disc tray.
There may be a difference in the location where playback
resumes depending on the disc.
It is possible to change the setting from the setup menu
while the player retains a location in memory, however, the
new setting can be valid only after the player clears the
location memory, i.e., starts resume playback.
Some discs or scenes may not permit this operation.
While the ADV indicator on the front panel illuminates, this
feature is not available.
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Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Internet
connection
Playback variations and other functions.
Playback
(Advanced)
4
Playback (Advanced)
Others
Repeat playback
EXTENSION ports
Using the cursor function
Checking the current status and settings
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4
Chapter
Playback (Advanced)
Repeat playback
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
CD
You can repeat a desired section.
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
1
Press
.
The repeat modes are listed.
2
Press
/
to select the repeat mode.
(The selections on the list vary depending on category or status of a disc.)
e.g.
All Repeat:
Repeats the entire disc.
Repeat
All Repeat
Title Repeat
Chapter Repeat
A-B Repeat
Cancel
(Not available in playback of a disc recorded in
DVD VR mode.)
Title Repeat:
Repeats the same title.
Chapter Repeat:
Repeats the same chapter.
Track Repeat:
Repeats the same track.
Disc Repeat:
Repeats the entire disc.
A-B Repeat:
Repeats the specified segment.
Select and press OK.
Perform step 1) and 2) below and skip
step 3.
A B Repeat
Start
A Point
1) While the above display appears,
press OK at a start point of a
segment where you want to repeat.
The display changes to “B Point”.
A B Repeat
B Point
2) Press OK at an end point of a
segment where you want to repeat.
Playback returns to the point A and
repeats between A and B.
3
Press
.
Repeat playback starts.
Notes
Some discs may not permit repeat playback operation.
You can cancel repeat playback also by pressing
.
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4
Chapter
Playback (Advanced)
The EXTENSION ports may be used in
the future for additional control options.
Future HD DVD discs may
include game software and
drawing software. If they
do you can use the cursor
function for some software.
HD DVD
Connections
HD DVD
Using the cursor function
Introduction
EXTENSION ports
Playback
(Basic)
EXTENSION ports
Playback
(Advanced)
Start
Press
while a disc with
support for cursor use is
playing.
2
Use the eight direction buttons
to move the cursor.
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1
Others
Example: Game/drawing software
Move the cursor to select the game target or
selection item. For details on actual operations,
also refer to the operations guide for the disc.
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4
Chapter
Playback (Advanced)
Checking the current status and settings
HD DVD
DVD-R
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD
You can confirm operational status and setting details.
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
1
Press
.
The following on-screen display appears.
(The actual display varies depending on the disc.)
Start
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
Chapter number
e.g.
Title number
002 00:19:13
Title
Chapter 0003 00:00:28
Video Codec: MPEG4AVC
Audio: English 1
Subtitle: None
Angle: 1/1
Video Output: 1080i
Audio Output: Digital Bitstream
Elapsed time of a title
Elapsed time of a chapter
Video codec
Language setting
Subtitle setting
Angle number
Definition
Sound output setting
*The subtitle setting shows a language code (
CD
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
page 59).
CD-R
(CD-DA)
Track number
Elapsed time of a track
Total time of a track
e.g.
CD PLAYER
TRACK
002 00:03:12 / 00:05:16
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Introduction
Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Internet
connection
Connect to a network with an always-on broadband connection and
use special content.
Playback
(Advanced)
5
Internet connection
Others
Internet connection feature (Outline)
Internet connection feature (Preparation)
Internet connection feature (Operation)
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5
Chapter
Internet connection
Internet connection feature (Outline)
You may use the internet connection feature to update the player’s firmware. See
page 58.
Future HD DVD discs may enable you to access special HD DVD sites, if you connect the player to the
Internet via an always-on broadband connection. For example, if an HD DVD site includes content such as
links to future movie trailers, you can watch the content on the player via the Internet.
You do not need to connect to a PC to use this function.
TV
Internet connection
Broadband
service
Broadband modem
Player
ex.
Special
HD DVD site
HD DVD
Special disc
Movie trailer
Before using
Before using this feature, please read and understand the important information in “Notes”.
This feature requires an always-on broadband internet connection.
An HD DVD disc compatible with this feature is required. Not all HD DVD discs are compatible.
Connection requirement
Always-on broadband internet connection.
Notes
Toshiba is not responsible for any malfunction of the
player and/or the internet connection feature due
to communication errors/malfunctions associated
with your broadband internet connection, or other
connected equipment.
Toshiba is not responsible for any trouble in your
internet connection.
If you wish to use a wireless network to connect the
player, you will need to use a wireless LAN ethernet
adapter to connect the player to the network.
The features of HD DVD discs made available
through the Internet Connection feature are not
created or provided by Toshiba, and Toshiba is
not responsible for their functionality or continued
availability. Some disc related material available
by the Internet Connection may not be compatible
with this player. If you have questions about such
content, please contact the producer of the disc.
Some internet contents may require a higher
bandwidth connection.
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Introduction
Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Even if the player is properly connected and
configured, some internet contents may not operate
properly because of internet congestion, the quality
or bandwidth of your internet service, problems at
the provider of the content or compatibility issues.
Some internet connection operations may not be
possible due to certain restrictions set by the
Internet service provider (ISP) supplying your
broadband Internet connection.
Any fees charged by an ISP including, without
limitation, connection charges are your
responsibility.
A 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is required
for connection to this player. If your internet service
does not allow for such a connection, you will not
be able to connect the player.
A DSL modem is required to use DSL service and
a cable modem is required to use cable modem
service. Depending on the access method of and
subscriber agreement with your ISP, you may not
be able to use the internet connection feature
contained in this player or you may be limited to the
number of devices you can connect at the same
time. (If your ISP limits subscription to one device,
this player may not be allowed to connect when a
PC is already connected.)
The use of a “Router” may not be allowed or its
usage may be limited depending on the policies
and restrictions of your ISP. For details, contact
your ISP directly.
Playback
(Advanced)
Internet
connection
Others
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Chapter
Internet connection
Internet connection feature (Preparation)
HD DVD
Connect the player to the Internet via an always-on broadband connection. In addition to
accessing special HD DVD sites, this function is used when updates are available for the control
program (firmware) of the player.
Connection
Back view
of the player
Regarding the cable used:
Use a commercially available straight LAN cable
(Category 5/CAT5 or better with RJ45 connector).
To LAN port
Connecting using a router (e.g. ADSL)
Broadband modem
(with integrated router)
Router
Broadband modem
Broadband
service
Broadband
service
To LAN port
To LAN port
Straight cable
Caution
When plugging or unplugging the LAN cable, hold the plug portion of the cable.
When unplugging, do not pull on the LAN cable but unplug while pressing down
on the lock.
Do not connect a modular phone cable to the LAN port.
Since there are various connection configurations, please follow the
specifications of your telecommunication carrier or internet service provider.
Press down to remove
Lock portion
Plug
Note
Depending on the internet service provider (ISP), the number of devices that can receive internet service may be limited by
the applicable terms of service. For details, contact your ISP.
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1st DHCP setting
DHCP setting
1 Press SETUP button.
“SETUP MENU” appears.
2 Press / buttons to select “Ethernet”, then press OK
button.
3 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select
“DHCP” then press OK button.
4 Set “DHCP” to “On”, then press OK button.
Connections
• Set “DHCP” to “On”.
The network information is automatically set.
• Set “DNS” to “On”.
The DNS server is obtained automatically from the
DHCP server.
1st
Introduction
Internet connection setting procedure (Outline)
DHCP
On
DHCP
Off
IP Address
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
Subnet Mask
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
Gateway
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
DNS
On
Skipped when
“DHCP” is set
to “On”.
Off
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
Playback
(Advanced)
DNS Server
Playback
(Basic)
If a connection cannot be established even
if “DHCP” is set to “On”.
• Set “DHCP” to “Off”.
Set “IP Address”, “Subnet Mask”, and
“Gateway” manually.
• Set “DNS” to “Off”.
Set the DNS server address manually.
Confirm
OK
2nd Proxy setting
3rd NTP Server setting
5 Set “DNS” to “On”, then press OK button.
DHCP
On
DHCP
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
Subnet Mask
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
Gateway
0 .
0 .
0 .
0
DNS
On
DNS Server
0 .
0
Skipped when
“DHCP” is set
to “On”.
Cancel
6 Select “Confirm”, then press OK button.
Confirming starts.
If the setup is successful, an IP address appears.
Press OK button.
If the setup is not successful:
a) Set “DHCP” to “Off” then press OK button.
b) Input the addresses into “IP Address”, “Subnet
Mask” and “Gateway” using the number buttons.
IP Address
5th
0 .
Confirm
OK
Select the speed according to the specification of your
LAN.
Off
0 .
Others
The player automatically accesses an internet server to
adjust its clock via the network time protocol.
4th Network Speed setting
Off
IP Address
Internet
connection
If the provider you are using requires a proxy setting
to be configured, set the corresponding proxy server
address.
Cancel
Cookie setting
Select whether you accept “cookies” or not.
Subnet Mask
Gateway
This sets a different address within
the same subnet of the PC on your
network.
e.g.: If the IP address of the PC is
192.168.1.10, set 192.168.1.15 (or
some other unused address).
This sets the subnet mask of the
network environment that will be
connected.
e.g.: 255.255.255.0
This sets the gateway used by the
player (e.g.: 192.168.1.1).
c) Set “DNS” to “Off” then press OK button.
d) Input the address into “DNS Server”.
This sets the DNS server to be used by the player.
e.g.: 192.168.1.1
e) Press OK button.
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Chapter
Internet connection
Internet connection feature (Preparation) (Continued)
2nd
Proxy Setting
User information setting
Enter the proxy server address when your provider
requires proxy setting.
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press /
setting” then press OK button.
buttons to select “Proxy
2 Set “Proxy” to “On” then press OK button.
Proxy Setting
On
Proxy
Although not directly related to the Internet
connection, some HD DVD discs may require the
following settings to be configured.
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select
“User Information” then press OK button.
Off
User information
Server
User
Port
Password ************
User
OK
Password ************
OK
Cancel
2 Select “User” then press OK button.
3 Press / / / buttons to input.
Server:
Enter the specified data from the provider.
Port:
Enter the specified data from the provider.
User:
Enter the specified data from the provider.
Password: Enter the specified data from the provider.
4 Select “OK” then press OK button.
3rd
NTP Server setting (Clock adjustment setting)
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select “NTP
Server” then press OK button.
2 Select “On” or “Off” by pressing / buttons.
On
The player automatically accesses an
internet server to adjust time protocol.
The player does not access an internet
server to adjust its clock.
Off
Cancel
3 Input characters for your name by pressing
buttons.
To shift the position, press / buttons.
Up to 16 characters can be input.
Press OK button.
4 Select “Password” then press OK button.
Input your password in the same manner as step 3.
Up to 16 characters can be input.
Press OK button.
5 Select “OK” then press OK button.
• Use a password that others cannot easily guess.
• Do not use the same password you use for other
services.
3 Press OK button.
Mac Address
4th
Displays the MAC address of the player.
Network Speed setting
/
It cannot be changed.
Select your network speed.
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select
“Network Speed” then press OK button.
2 Select the speed by pressing
/
/
/
buttons.
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select “Mac
Address” then press OK button.
The MAC address appears.
3 Press OK button.
5th
Cookie Setting
Select whether you wish to accept “cookies” or not.
1 On “Ethernet” menu, press / buttons to select “Cookie
Setting” then press OK button.
2 Select “Accept” or “Not Accept” by pressing /
buttons.
Accept
Not Accept
Cookies are accepted.
Cookies are rejected.
This may disable some services on web
pages.
Notes
Please contact the router manufacturer when the router
DHCP feature is not operating properly (in such a case,
an error will occur since the default gateway and the DNS
server IP address cannot be obtained).
The firmware in this player is updateable. See
page 58
for information.
Some applications may require additional bandwidth.
3 Press OK button.
Note
If you select to accept “cookies,” the HD DVD internet
services you use may record or track information about
your use of the player and/or those sites. If you do not
choose to allow cookies, some or all features of a site may
not properly function.
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Chapter
Internet connection
Introduction
Internet connection feature (Operation)
Connections
HD DVD
Preparation
1
Playback
(Basic)
Connect and configure the player to access the Internet beforehand
( pages 44 to 46).
Insert the HD DVD disc and close the tray.
The disc begins to play.
If the disc does not begin to play, press
2
Playback
(Advanced)
Start
.
Select an item from the menu.
• If the menu does not appear, press
or
.
press
.
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• To select an item, use the direction buttons to select the item and
Others
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Introduction
Connections
Playback
(Basic)
Internet
connection
This chapter includes details on setting items and information
on troubleshooting problems.
Playback
(Advanced)
6
Others
Others
Customizing the function settings
Language code list
Output sound conversion table
License information on the software used in the TOSHIBA HD DVD player
Before calling service personnel
Specification
INFORMATION ON CUSTOMER SUPPORT
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Chapter
Others
Customizing the function settings
You can change the default settings to customize performance to your
preference.
1
During stop, press
2
Press
.
“SETUP MENU” appears.
/
to select the group that contains a
desired item, then press
SETUP MENU
.
Group
Picture
Audio
Language
Ethernet
Digital Ou SPDIF
Digital Out HDMI
Dynamic Range Control
Dialog Enhancement
General
Returns to the
previous screen
3
Press
/
press
to select the setting item, then
.
SETUP MENU
Audio
Picture
Audio
Language
Ethernet
Digital Out SPDIF
Digital Out HDMI
Dynamic Range Control
Dialog Enhancement
Bitstream
Auto
Off
Off
Setting item
General
Start
4
Refer to the explanations on pages beginning
from 52, to change the selection by / or
other buttons, then press
.
5
Repeat step 3 and 4 to set other items if
necessary.
6
Press
.
“SETUP MENU” disappears and the setting is completed.
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Setting
TV Shape
Disc
HD DVD
Details
To select a picture size according to the aspect ratio
of your TV.
Page
52
To select the system of output signal corresponding
to playback source. (Only when connected to a
PROGRESSIVE TV.)
52
To select the resolution of the player's output, according
to the connected TV.
23
To select the video system of a disc.
52
DVD-R
To select the output sound format when connecting
the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT jack.
53
DVD-R
To select the output sound format when connecting
the HDMI OUTPUT jack.
53
To turn on or off a function that makes faint sounds
easier to hear even if you lower the volume during
late-hour playback.
53
To turn on or off a function that increases dialog
volume of a disc playback.
53
To select a preferred language for disc menus.
54
To select a preferred language for subtitles.
54
To select a preferred language for the sound
track.
To select a preferred language for on-screen
displays.
54
To set up internet connection feature.
45
To turn the parental lock function on or off.
56
To set the clock of the player.
57
DVD-R
To activate or deactivate the operational status
display on the TV screen.
57
DVD-R
To turn on or off the confirmation beeper announcing
when each remote command is received.
57
DVD-R
To reset player options to factory defaults or check
for firmware updates.
58
To select the layer to play of an HD DVD Twin Format
Disc. (Not available while a disc is loaded.)
58
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-Video DVD-RW
Introduction
Group
Picture
CD
Picture Mode
PAL/Auto
Digital Out SPDIF
HD DVD
CD
Digital Out HDMI
HD DVD
CD
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
Dialog
Enhancement
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
DVD-R
HD DVD
DVD-Video
HD DVD
DVD-Video
HD DVD
DVD-Video
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
Audio Language
On Screen
Language
CD
CD-R
(CD-DA)
HD DVD
Parental Lock
Clock Set
HD DVD
DVD-Video
HD DVD
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD
OSD On/Off
HD DVD
CD
Remote Controller
Sound
HD DVD
CD
Maintenance
HD DVD
CD
Twin Format Disc
HD DVD
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
DVD-R
CD-R
(CD-DA)
DVD-Video DVD-RW
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
55
Others
Ethernet
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
DVD-R
Internet
connection
HD DVD
Playback
(Advanced)
Dynamic Range
Control
Language Disc Menu
Language
Subtitle Language
General
CD-RW
(CD-DA)
Playback
(Basic)
Audio
Connections
Resolution Setting
CD-R
(CD-DA)
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Chapter
Others
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
Picture
TV Shape
16:9
Resolution Setting
See
page 23.
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected.
4:3
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays pictures cropped to fill your TV screen. Both of
the picture’s sides are cut off.
4:3 Letter Box
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays theatrical images with masking bars above and
below the picture.
Notes
When an HD DVD disc or a DVD video disc has a
particular available picture shape, the contents may not be
compatible with other picture shapes.
DVD video discs containing 4:3 picture only always display
4:3 pictures regardless of this setting.
If “16:9” is selected while connecting a 4:3 TV, playback
pictures may be distorted horizontally or shrink vertically.
Make this setting according to your TV shape.
Actual picture shape may depend on signal types of
broadcasts or input sources, or settings on the connected
TV. Refer to the owner’s manual of your TV.
Picture Mode
There are two types of source content in pictures recorded in
DVD video discs: film content (pictures recorded from films
at 24 frames per second) and video content (video signals
recorded at 25 frames in PAL (30 frames in NTSC) per
second). Make this selection according to the type of content
being viewed.
PAL/Auto
PAL
Select this when you view a DVD disc of PAL colour
system on a PAL TV connected to this player.
Auto
The player automatically identifies PAL or NTSC video
system of a disc. Connect a multisystem TV (PAL/NTSC
compatible) to view a picture. A playback picture may be
distorted when detected a signal change between PAL
and NTSC on the disc.
Note
Actual effects of these settings may vary depending on
performance of connected device.
Film
The player converts film content pictures in the progressive
output format appropriately. Suitable for playback of film
content pictures.
Video
The player filters video signal, and converts it in the
progressive output format appropriately. Suitable for
playback of video content pictures.
Auto
Select this position normally. The player automatically
detects source content, film or video, of playback source,
and converts that signal in the progressive output format
in an appropriate method.
Note
The player may not be able to detect the source (film or
video) of some material. If you notice undesirable picture
performance, try selecting “Film” or “Video”.
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Introduction
Audio
Selects the output sound format by the DIGITAL AUDIO
OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM jack on this player.
For details about output sound selection, see
page 60.
Bitstream
Setting “Auto” or “PCM” will reduce output level of multi
channel sound from the ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT jacks
and the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM jack if
you:
– view the playback picture on an HDMI TV connected to
this player.
– play an HD DVD video disc of a certain type, recorded
in linear PCM format.
In this case,the output level will be restored by setting to
“Downmixed PCM”.
PCM
Select this when a 2 channel digital stereo amplifier is
connected to this player.
To turn on or off a function that makes faint sounds easier to
hear even if you lower the volume during late-hour playback.
Auto
While playing an HD DVD video disc recorded in Dolby
TrueHD format, this function will be automatically activated
or disabled according to certain command included in the
Digital Out HDMI
content.
page 60.
Auto
Select this when an HDMI device equipped with built-in
Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG or linear PCM decoder is
connected to this player.
When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD, PCM is output (core only for
DTS-HD).
When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS
format, digital audio signal (bitstream audio) is output.
If a connected HDMI device does not support Dolby Digital,
DTS or MPEG, sound is converted into linear PCM to output.
PCM
Select this when an HDMI device which has multi channel
input is connected to this player.
When you play an HD DVD or DVD video disc recorded
in multi channel in Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
For other discs, this function is activated.
Others
Select the output sound format when a device equipped with
an HDMI terminal is connected to the HDMI OUTPUT jack on
this player.
For details about output sound selection, see
Internet
connection
When you play an HD DVD or DVD video disc recorded in
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS or DTSHD format, sound is converted into PCM (2 channel) format.
Dynamic Range Control
Playback
(Advanced)
When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS
format, digital audio signal (bitstream audio) is output. When
you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD
or DTS-HD, the sound is converted to a DTS bitstream. If the
AV receiver or processor does not support DTS, select “PCM”.
Note
Playback
(Basic)
Select this when an AV receiver or processor equipped
with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG decoder is
connected to this player.
When you play a DVD video disc recorded in Dolby Digital,
DTS, MPEG1 or MPEG2 format, sound is converted into PCM
(2 channel) format to output.
Connections
Digital Out SPDIF
On
This function is activated.
Off
This function is disabled.
Notes
This function is effective only in playback of HD DVD or
DVD video discs recorded in Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital
Plus or Dolby TrueHD format.
The effect level of this function vary depending on the disc.
Not effective in Dolby TrueHD 96 kHz 5.1 channel sound.
Dialog Enhancement
To turn on or off a function that increases dialog volume of a
DVD video disc playback.
On
This function is activated.
Off
This function is disabled.
TrueHD, DTS or DTS-HD format, the sound is decoded and
output in multi channel in linear PCM format.
Downmixed PCM
Select this when a 2 channel digital stereo AV receiver or
processor is connected to this player.
Notes
This function is effective only in playback of Dolby Digital
recorded HD DVD or DVD video discs.
The effect level of this function vary depending on the disc.
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Chapter
Others
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
Language
Disc Menu Language
Other
To make a further language choice.
To select a preferred language for disc menus.
After pressing OK button, follow steps 1) – 4) below.
English
1) Obtain the language code of the preferred language
from the Language code list (
page 59).
To display disc menus in English.
French
2) Select the first character by pressing
To display disc menus in French.
/
buttons.
3) Press / buttons to shift. Select the second
character by pressing / buttons.
Japanese
4) Select “OK” and press OK button.
To display disc menus in Japanese.
Notes
German
To display disc menus in German.
Other
To make a further language choice.
After pressing OK button, follow steps 1) – 4) below.
Some discs may be set to display subtitles in a different
language from that you selected, as the disc may contain
alternate language.
Some discs allow you to change subtitle selections only
via the disc menu. In this case, press MENU button
and choose the appropriate subtitle language from the
selection on the disc menu.
1) Obtain the language code of the preferred language
from the Language code list (
page 59).
2) Select the first character by pressing
/
buttons.
3) Press / buttons to shift. Select the second
character by pressing / buttons.
4) Select “OK” and press OK button.
Audio Language
To select a preferred language for the sound track.
English
To display sound tracks recorded in English.
Note
Some discs may be played in a different language from
that you selected, as the disc may contain alternate
language.
French
To display sound tracks recorded in French.
Japanese
To display sound tracks recorded in Japanese.
German
Subtitle Language
To display sound tracks recorded in German.
To select a preferred language for subtitles.
None
To disable subtitles.
English
To display subtitles in English.
French
To display subtitles in French.
Japanese
To display subtitles in Japanese.
Other
To make a further language choice.
After pressing OK button, follow steps 1) – 4) below.
1) Obtain the language code of the preferred language
from the Language code list (
page 59).
2) Select the first character by pressing
/
buttons.
3) Press / buttons to shift. Select the second
character by pressing / buttons.
4) Select “OK” and press OK button.
German
To display subtitles in German.
Note
Some discs may be played in a different language from
that you selected, as the disc may contain alternate
language.
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Introduction
Ethernet
See the “Internet connection” chapter (
Connections
On Screen Language
page 42).
To select a preferred language for on-screen displays.
English
To view on-screen display in English.
French
Playback
(Basic)
To view on-screen display in French.
Japanese
To view on-screen display in Japanese.
German
Playback
(Advanced)
To view on-screen display in German.
Internet
connection
Others
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6
Chapter
Others
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
General
Parental Lock
HD DVD and DVD video discs equipped with the Parental
Lock function have a predetermined limitation level. The
limitation level or limitation method may differ depending on
the disc. For example the whole contents of a disc may not
be played back, or an extreme violent scene may be cut or
replaced automatically by another scene.
Important
Depending on discs, it may not be evident whether the
disc is compatible with Parental Lock function. Make sure
that Parental Lock function you set is activated correctly.
1
Enter a 4-digit password by using the number
buttons, then press OK button.
When you use the player for the first time, set a new
password of 4-digit. If you make a mistake entering your
password, press CLEAR button before pressing OK
button, and re-enter the correct password.
2
Set the details.
Parental Lock
Lock
/ to
change
U S
8
a)
b)
c)
/
FR
GERMANY
DE
INDONESIA
ID
ITALY
IT
JAPAN
JP
MALAYSIA
MY
NETHERLANDS
NL
NORWAY
NO
PHILIPPINES
PH
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
RU
SINGAPORE
SG
SPAIN
ES
SWEDEN
SE
SWITZERLAND
CH
TAIWAN
TW
THAILAND
TH
UNITED KINGDOM
GB
UNITED STATES
US
c) Select the desired limitation level by pressing
buttons.
Area Code Level
Off
FRANCE
OK
Cancel
Unless the Parental Lock function is set to “Off”, a disc
that has a higher limitation level than your selected
limitation level cannot be played back. For example, if
you select level 7, discs exceeding level 8 are locked
and cannot be played back.
to shift
a) Select “On” or “Off” by pressing
/
/
When “US” is selected, its limitation level corresponds
to the following settings.
buttons.
On
Select this to activate Parental Lock function or to
change the setting.
Level 7 : NC-17
Level 3 : PG
Level 6 : R
Level 1 : G
Level 4 : PG13
Off
Deactivate the Parental Lock function.
3
Select “OK” then press OK button.
Skip step 3.
To change the limitation level of Parental Lock function
b) Press / buttons to enter the code of a country/
area whose standards were used to rate a disc,
referring to the list below.
Follow step 1 - 3 above.
Country/Area
Code
AUSTRALIA
AU
BELGIUM
BE
At step 1, press STOP button 4 times then press OK
button.
CANADA
CA
The password is cleared.
CHINA
CN
CHINA HONG KONG
HK
DENMARK
DK
FINLAND
FI
To change the password
1
2
Enter a new 4-digit password by using the number
buttons.
3
Press OK button.
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Introduction
OSD On/Off
To activate or deactivate the operational status display on the
TV screen.
To set the clock of the player.
1
Select your time zone by
2
Press
area.
/
buttons.
On
Activates the operational status display (e.g.,
screen.
button to shift the cursor to the next input
Enter the year using the number buttons.
4
Set “Month”, “Date” and “Time” in the same manner
as 3.
5
Select “AM” or “PM” by
6
Press button then
press OK button.
/
) on the TV
Off
Deactivates the operational status display (e.g.,
TV screen.
) on the
buttons.
button to select “OK”, then
Playback
(Basic)
3
Connections
Clock Set
Remote Controller Sound
Note
On
Turns on the beep sound.
If a power failure occurs or the power cord is
disconnected, the clock data will be erased. Reset the
clock.
Internet
connection
Off
Turns off the beep sound.
Playback
(Advanced)
To turn on or off the confirmation beeper announcing when
each remote command is received.
The clock starts.
Time zone map
Others
6
1 Newfoundland Time
2 Atlantic Time
3 Eastern Time
5
4
3
2
4 Central Time
5 Mountain Time
6 Pacific Time
1
7
8
9
10
Western European Time
Central European Time
Eastern European Time
Moscow Standard Time
7
8
9
10
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Chapter
Others
Customizing the function settings (Continued)
General
Maintenance
(including internet firmware update)
Initialize
To reset all the settings listed on
default.
Press
/
page 51 to factory set
buttons to select “Yes” then press OK button.
Update (Firmware update)
If you have a broadband internet service you may obtain
firmware updates over the internet using the LAN port
on the back of your player. (
pages 44 to 46 for
information on configuring and connecting your LAN port.)
Then follow these steps:
Twin Format Disc
To select a layer to play, HD DVD or DVD of an HD DVD Twin
Format Disc. (Not available if a disc is loaded.)
HD DVD
Only the HD DVD layer is played.
DVD
Only the DVD layer is played.
Note
For combination discs, select the desired version by disc
side (see label for information).
Make sure no disc is loaded in the player.
Press SETUP and select “Maintenance”. Follow the
instructions on the screen.
If no update is available, a message will note this and
the process will terminate.
If an update is available, the player will download it
showing the status of the process on its display.
Do not attempt to roll back to a prior firmware version.
This may damage your player.
Caution
Do not unplug, turn off or use any other feature of the
player during the download. The writing of the software
being downloaded will be halted and the player may
no longer work properly. If the player stops working,
contact Toshiba customer service.
Persistent Storage
To open the menu to control player’s memory allocated for
content. (Not available while a disc is loaded.)
The menu selections will vary depending on the content.
Operate following the instructions displayed on your
screen.
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Introduction
Language code list
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6
Chapter
Others
Output sound conversion table
“Digital Out SPDIF”
Disc
HD DVD Video
Advanced con.
HD DVD Video
Standard
content
DVD-Video
CD
DVD-VR
Audio Format
DD Plus/ Dolby TrueHD
dts-HD/L-PCM
DD plus
True HD
48kHz
96kHz
192kHz
dts-HD
L-PCM
48kHz
96kHz
192kHz
MPEG
DD
L-PCM
48kHz
96kHz
dts
MPEG
L-PCM
44.1kHz
dts
44.1kHz
DD
L-PCM
MPEG
Bitstream
PCM
Dolby Bitstream
DTS Bitstream
Bitstream
Dolby bitstream
Dolby bitstream
Dolby bitstream
Bitstream
DTS bitstream
DTS bitstream
DTS bitstream
Bitstream
Bitstream
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
Bitstream
Bitstream
2ch PCM
Bitstream
Bitstream
2ch PCM
Bitstream
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
“Digital Out HDMI”
Disc
HD DVD Video
Advanced con.
HD DVD Video
Standard
content
DVD-Video
CD
DVD-VR
Audio Format
DD Plus/ Dolby TrueHD/
dts-HD/L-PCM
DD plus
True HD
48kHz
96kHz
192kHz
dts-HD
L-PCM
48kHz
96kHz
192kHz
MPEG
DD
L-PCM
48kHz
96kHz
dts
MPEG
L-PCM
44.1kHz
dts
44.1kHz
DD
L-PCM
MPEG
Auto
PCM2
Downmixed PCM
Depend on HDMI receiver
up to 5.1ch PCM
3
2ch PCM1
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
2ch PCM
Depend on HDMI receiver
Depend on HDMI receiver
2ch PCM
Depend on HDMI receiver
up to 5.1ch PCM2
up to 5.1ch PCM
up to 5.1ch PCM
2ch PCM1
up to 5.1ch PCM2
up to 5.1ch PCM
up to 5.1ch PCM3
2ch PCM3
2ch PCM
up to 5.1ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM3
up to 5.1ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
up to 5.1ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM1
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
1: Downsampled PCM.
2: Up to 5.1 channel PCM audio output is possible only when the connected device supports multi channel output.
3: This output format is possible when the resolution setting is “720p”, “1080i” or “1080p”. When the resolution setting is set to “480p/576p”, this
output format depends on HDMI receiver.
Notes
The main title content of most movie HD DVD discs is “advanced content”.
The BITSTREAM/PCM jack may not output sound you select. In this instance, set “Digital Out SPDIF” to “PCM”.
The ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT jacks always output 2ch sound only.
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The software pre-installed in the TOSHIBA HD DVD player consists of multiple, independent software components. Each software
component is copyrighted by TOSHIBA or a third party.
The TOSHIBA HD DVD player uses software components that are distributed as freeware under a third-party end-user license agreement
or copyright notice (hereinafter referred to as a “EULA”).
TOSHIBA provides a warranty for the TOSHIBA HD DVD player you have purchased under conditions set forth by TOSHIBA.
Exhibit A
EULA
Pre-installed software
OpenSSL
Exhibit C
EULA
Exhibit B
freetype
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Linux Kernel
Busybox
glibc
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The table below lists the software components pre-installed in the TOSHIBA HD DVD player, which are subject to EULAs. The user should
read the applicable EULAs carefully before using these software components. The EULAs are exhibited in their original text (English) as
exactly written by the respective parties other than TOSHIBA
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However, some of the software components distributed under an EULA are made available for use by the user on the assumption that
they are not copyrighted or warranted by TOSHIBA or any third party. These software components are licensed to the user free of charge
and therefore not covered by any warranty within the scope of the applicable laws. These software components are not subject to any
copyrights or other third-party rights and are provided in “as is” condition without any warranty, whether express or implied.“Warranty”
here includes, but not limited to, an implied warranty for marketability or fitness for specific uses. All risks associated with the quality or
performance of these software components are assumed by the user. TOSHIBA shall not be liable whatsoever for any cost of repair or
correction or other incidental expense incurred in connection with a defect found in any of these software components. Unless specified
under the applicable laws or in a written agreement, a party who changes or redistributes the software with consent from the copyright
holders or based on the aforementioned licenses shall not be held liable whatsoever for any loss arising from the use of or inability to
use such software components. The same applies even when the copyright holders or relevant third parties have been informed of the
possibility of such loss. “Loss” here includes normal, special, incidental and indirect loss (including, but not limited to, the loss of data or
its accuracy; loss incurred by the user or any third party; and interface incompatibility with other software). Please read each EULA for
details on the use conditions and items that must be observed regarding these software components.
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License information on the software used in the TOSHIBA HD DVD player
ExhibitA
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991
Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation,Inc.
59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of
this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
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The licenses for most software are designed to take away your
freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General
Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share
and change free software – to make sure the software is free for all
its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free
Software Foundation's software and to any other program whose
authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation
software is covered by the GNU Library General Public License
instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom,
not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure
that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and
charge for this service if you wish), that you receive source code
or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use
pieces of it in new free programs; and that you know you can do
these things.
To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid
anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the
rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you
if you distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it.
For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether
gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights that
you have. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get
the source code. And you must show them these terms so they
know their rights.
We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software,
and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal permission to
copy, distribute and/or modify the software.
Also, for each author's protection and ours, we want to make
certain that everyone understands that there is no warranty for
this free software. If the software is modified by someone else and
passed on, we want its recipients to know that what they have is
not the original, so that any problems introduced by others will not
reflect on the original authors' reputations.
Finally, any free program is threatened constantly by software
patents. We wish to avoid the danger that redistributors of a free
program will individually obtain patent licenses, in effect making
the program proprietary. To prevent this, we have made it clear
that any patent must be licensed for everyone's free use or not
licensed at all.
The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and
modification follow.
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GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
0. This License applies to any program or other work which
contains a notice placed by the copyright holder saying it may
be distributed under the terms of this General Public License.
The "Program", below, refers to any such program or work, and
a "work based on the Program" means either the Program or
any derivative work under copyright law: that is to say, a work
containing the Program or a portion of it, either verbatim or with
modifications and/or translated into another language. (Hereinafter,
translation is included without limitation in the term "modification".)
Each licensee is addressed as "you".
Activities other than copying, distribution and modification are
not covered by this License;they are outside its scope. The act
of running the Program is not restricted, and the output from the
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on the Program (independent of having been made by running
the Program). Whether that is true depends on what the Program
does.
1.You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the
Program's source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided
that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy
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intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence
of any warranty; and give any other recipients of the Program a
copy of this License along with the Program.
You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy,
and you may at your option offer warranty protection in exchange
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of Section 1 above, provided that you also meet all of these
conditions:
a) You must cause the modified files to carry prominent
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interactively when run, you must cause it, when started
running for such interactive use in the most ordinary
way, to print or display an announcement including an
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no warranty (or else, saying that you provide a warranty)
and that users may redistribute the program under these
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License.
(Exception: if the Program itself is interactive but does not
normally print such an announcement, your work based
on the Program is not required to print an announcement.)
These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole.
If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the
Program,and can be reasonably considered independent and
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In addition, mere aggregation of another work not based on the
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3.You may copy and distribute the Program (or a work based
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How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the
greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this
is to make it free software which everyone can redistribute and
change under these terms.
To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest
to attach them to the start of each source file to most effectively
convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at
least the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is
found.
<One line to give the program's name and a brief idea of
what it does.>
Copyright © 19yy <name of author>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be
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You should have received a copy of the GNU General
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Free Software Foundation,Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330,
Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and
paper mail.
If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this
when it starts in an interactive mode:
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright © 19yy name of author
Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY;
for details type `show w'. This is free software, and you are
welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type
`show c' for details.
The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show
the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the
commands you use may be called something other than `show w'
and `show c'; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu items –
whatever suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer)
or your school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the
program; if necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
program `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers)
written by James Hacker.
<signature of Ty Coon>,1 April 1989 Ty Coon, President of
Vice
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ExhibitB
GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2.1, February 1999
Copyright © 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Everyone is permitted to
copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
[This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL. It also counts as the successor of the GNU Library Public License, version 2, hence the
version number 2.1.]
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freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General
Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share
and change free software – to make sure the software is free for all its
users.
This license, the Lesser General Public License, applies to some
specially designated software packages – typically libraries – of the
Free Software Foundation and other authors who decide to use it. You
can use it too, but we suggest you first think carefully about whether
this license or the ordinary General Public License is the better
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below.
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We protect your rights with a two-step method: (1) we copyright
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ExhibitC
Playback
(Basic)
Playback
(Advanced)
Internet
connection
Others
This package is an SSL implementation written by
Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes
SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as
long as the following conditions are aheared to. The following
conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the
RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL
documentation included with this distribution is covered by the
same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@
cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright
notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given
attribution as the author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or
in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer
in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this
software must display the following acknowledgement:
"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric
Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)"
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the
library being used are not cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative
thereof) from the apps directory (application code) you must
include an acknowledgement:
"This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@
cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG "AS IS" AND
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
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Connections
LICENSE ISSUES
The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the
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license apply to the toolkit.
See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are
BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues
related to OpenSSL please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
OpenSSL License
Copyright © 1998-2002 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL
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not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT
"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric
Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software
written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Original SSLeay License
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights
reserved.
ExhibitD
Portions of this software are copyright © 2005 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved.
• This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL project.
• Reverse engineering, disassembling, decompiling, dismantling, or otherwise attempting to analyze or modify the software included in this
product is prohibited.
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Before calling service personnel
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using this unit, check the list below before consulting
your nearest Toshiba dealer.
Symptom
Remedy
No power.
. Is the power plug disconnected? Check the power connection.
No picture.
. Is the cable for connecting the player and TV disconnected or not connected
properly? Check the connections ( page 21 – 22)
. Switch the input of the connected TV to the signal from the player.
. Are both the HDMI OUTPUT jack and the COMPONENT OUTPUT jacks connected
simultaneously? Select either connection and make the appropriate setting.
( page 21 – 23)
. In case the menu of “Resolution Setting” disappears, make composite video
(yellow) connection to restore it, then select the resolution which is compatible with
the connected TV.
No sound.
. Is the audio cable disconnected? (
page 22)
. Is the volume of the device turned down to the minimum level? Check the volume.
. Switch the audio input of the device connected by the audio cable to the input from
the player.
. Set “Digital Out SPDIF” or “Digital Out HDMI” ( page 53) properly in accordance
with the connected device and connection procedure.
. Change the output resolution (
page 23) so that sound can be heard.
. If using the optical digital output for a Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD
or DTS soundtrack, be sure your AV receiver or processor is set to use the input
connected to your player and is set to decode a DTS bitstream. If your AV receiver
or processor does not support DTS, select PCM output on the player ( page 53).
The disc does not play.
. Make sure the disc type can be played with the player (
page 28).
. Is the disc dirty or scratched? Check or clean the disc. (
page 29)
. If the disc is a DVD-RW or DVD-R disc, finalize the disc before attempting to play it
with the player.
. If the disc includes parent lock support, playback is restricted while the parent lock
of the player is set. Cancel Parental Lock ( page 56) or change the restriction
level.
Playback picture has noise.
. If video from the player is watched via a video recorder or on a TV with a built-in
video recorder, the copy guard may prevent images from being displayed properly.
Be sure to connect the player directly to the TV.
The remote control does not
work.
. Are the batteries of the remote control dead? Replace the batteries. (
. Make sure the remote control is within range and pointed in the correct direction.
Screen freezes and no
buttons work.
. Pressing ON/STANDBY button on the player for approximately ten seconds forces
the player to turn off. Turn the player off and then on again.
page 16)
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Specification
41.0W
2.0V (rms), 2.2k or below, pin jack
Power supply
(L, R) x 1 system
220 – 240V AC 50/60Hz
Digital audio output (BITSTREAM/PCM jack)
Mass
Optical connector x 1 system
4.1kg
LAN port
External dimension
100BASE-TX/10BASE-T × 1
Width 430 x Height 65.5 x Depth 343mm
EXTENSION port
Signal system
EXTENSION port × 2 systems
Standard PAL/NTSC colour TV system
HDMI output
Laser
19 pin
Semiconductor laser, Wavelength: 405nm/650nm/
780nm
Remote control
Pin jack x 1 system
S-VIDEO output
(Y) 1.0Vp-p (75 ), Sync signal negative,
Operating conditions
Temperature: 41°F ~ 95°F (5°C ~ 35°C),
Position: Horizontal
Clock accuracy
Quartz (monthly deviation: approximately ±30
Others
(C) 0.286Vp-p (75 ), 1 at rear
Wireless remote control (SE-R0252)
Internet
connection
1.0Vp-p (75 ), Sync signal negative,
Playback
(Advanced)
VIDEO output
Playback
(Basic)
Analog audio output
Connections
Power requirement
seconds)
Mini DIN4 Pin x 1 system
Component output (Y, PB PR)
Y output (green), 1.0Vp-p (75 ),
Sync signal negative, Pin jack x 1 system
PB, PR output (blue, red), 0.7Vp-p (75 ),
Pin jack x 1 system each
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future.
The Illustrations and screens described in this manual may be exaggerated or simplified for easy recognition and
may be slightly different from the actual unit.
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