BEOPLAY V1
BeoPlay V1–32
BeoPlay V1–40
Dear Customer
This guide contains additional information about your product and
describes some features and functions from the Getting Started in more
detail. Among other things you can find information about settings, how
to use WebMedia, how to operate your product with a Bang & Olufsen
remote control, and how to set up a wired or wireless connection.
This guide will be updated on a regular basis to make it reflect, for
example, new features and functions introduced with software updates.
When your television receives new features and functions, you can also
read about them in the NICE TO KNOW menu under SETUP.
Please note that if your television has the latest software, the
feature named Media browser in Getting Started is now called
HomeMedia. The number of picture formats has expanded, see the
help texts in your television for more information.
You can find additional information about your product in the Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ) section on www.beoplay.com/v1/support.
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Contents – Click a headline to move to that section
Understanding the guide, 4
See two sources at the same time, 26
The pin code system, 40
See how to use the illustrated menu
How to see two sources at the same time.
How to use the pin code system.
operations and the remote controls.
Programme information, 27
Software and service update, 41
Connections, 6
How to bring up programme information
How to update software and find
Examples of where to connect additional
and change subtitles and audio options.
information about modules and PUC
equipment and how to connect, for example,
How to bring up HbbTV.
management.
a PC or camera. How to reset to default
Feature activation, 30
Digital Text, 43
How to enter an activation key and access
How to enable or disable Digital Text for
additional features.
MHEG operation.
SOURCE LIST SETUP menu and download
HDMI Matrix, 31
Teletext, 44
PUC tables.
How to enter settings in the HDMI MATRIX
How to store favourite teletext pages as
menu.
MEMO pages.
How to make, edit and use groups and lists,
WebMedia, 32
Operate other equipment with Beo4 or
edit and add channels and how to watch Pay
How to navigate in web pages and add apps
Beo6, 46
Per View channels, if available.
using WebMedia.
How to operate connected equipment, such
Re-tune channels, 17
HomeMedia, 34
How to update channels or reinstall all
How to browse your photos and play back
Network settings, 48
channels.
your music files on your television.
How to set up a network, bring up network
Loudspeaker setup – surround sound, 19
Sleep Timers, 37
another product.
How to make your television part of a
How to make your television switch off
surround sound system.
automatically.
Two televisions in the same room, 51
Adjust picture and sound settings, 22
Power settings, 38
televisions in the same room.
How to make picture settings and use
How to make settings for power
picture modes, and how to adjust volume
consumption and auto standby. How to
and enable eco mode.
reduce the start-up time.
Daily use of sound modes and speaker
Access control, 39
groups, 24
How to make an access code to prevent
settings.
Set up additional equipment, 12
How to register connected equipment in the
Use channels, groups and lists, 14
as set-top boxes, DVD players or the like.
information and integrate the television with
Option programming and operation of two
How to switch between different sound
others from editing channel settings and
modes and speaker groups.
watching channels.
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Understanding the guide
Menu operation
MENU SETUP SOURCE LIST SOURCE LIST SETUP … This menu hierarchy illustrates the path
When available, you can also press the
into a menu where you can make
blue button on your remote control to
different settings. Press MENU on your
bring up help texts.
remote control and use the navigation
button down and the centre button to
select and open the menu.
Example of menu operation.
Remote control operation
To activate picture modes with Beo4
Where relevant, the remote control
directly …
operation will be shown.
by
– A dark grey button indicates a hard
which direction you must move the
Press to bring up PICTURE in
LIST
button you must press.
the Beo4 display
PIC TURE
Press to select a picture mode
1 – 3
– The navigation button is symbolised
and is used to indicate in
navigation button.
– A light grey button indicates a Beo4/
–The centre button is symbolised by Beo6 soft button. Press LIST on Beo4
and is used when you must press the
to bring them up. (Beo6: Press
centre button.
). The
button appears in the Beo4/Beo6
display.
Step between modes
Press and hold to remove
BACK
PICTURE from the display
Example of Beo4 remote control operation.
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>> Understanding the guide
Beo4 with navigation button
Centre and
If you have a Beo4 remote control with
To back up through menus, press BACK.
navigation button, you use the centre
To exit menus, press and hold BACK.
button with up, down, left and right
naviga­tion
movement to navigate in menus. Press
button
in the middle of the centre button to
must be set to MODE 1, see ‘How do I…’
confirm selections and settings in
in Getting Started. You cannot use a
menus.
Beo4 remote control without navigation
Note that your Beo4 remote control
button.
Bring up the menu overlay by pressing
MENU while the television is on.
O
AY
ST
PL
P
Beo6
Centre and
If you operate your television with the
Bring up the menu overlay by pressing
Beo6 remote control, you use the centre
Menu while the television is on.
button with up, down, left and right
naviga­tion
movement to navigate in menus. Press
To back up through menus, press BACK.
button
in the middle of the centre button to
To exit menus, press and hold BACK.
BA
confirm selections and settings in menus.
CK
Note that a Beo6 should be reconfigured
when you add new products to your setup.
BeoRemote app
The BeoRemote app allows you to
To back up through menus, tap
operate your television with a tablet
To exit menus, hold
.
.
and is especially useful for navigating in
iOS
web pages or applications using
BeoRemote has a short built-in guide
WebMedia.*1 Both your television and
which describes basic functions (found
tablet must be on the same network
under SETTINGS).
and WAKE ON WLAN must be set to ON,
see the television NETWORK menu. This
Note that first-time setup must be
allows you to switch on your television
performed using a Beo4/Beo6 remote
from standby mode. Note that the
control. BeoRemote requires that your
standby power consumption will
television is set up in a network.
increase slightly.
BeoRemote is equivalent to a Beo4
remote control. However, it does not
support all Beo4 LIST functions.
Android
Tap on the menu icon ( ) to open the
television menu. The navigation pad
Your tablet and your television must be on
( the same network to use the BeoRemote
button. Tap in the middle to select a
app.
) works as the Beo4 navigation
*BeoRemote supports tablets with iOS
setting. Swipe to the list options to
1
activate television functions.
(most recent iOS version) and Android (3.2
or higher).
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Connections
The connection panel on your
television allows you to connect
signal input cables as well as a
variety of extra equipment, such
as a Blu-ray player.
PL 1–3
SATELLITE
Any equipment you connect to
these sockets can be registered
in the SOURCE LIST SETUP menu.
For more information, see page
12.
AERIAL
Depending on your tuner options, you may
Before you connect any equipment
have either one or no satellite input.
PL 1–3
A configured source can be selected with
the configured source button or in the
SOURCE LIST. If the television detects an
to your television, remember to
unconfigured source, you are asked to
disconnect the television from the
If you have more than one satellite dish, you
mains. Except when connecting a
must also use a multi DISEqC switch. For
choose between doing nothing, showing
source to the HDMI IN or USB socket.
more information, contact your retailer.
the source or configuring it.
Depending on the type of equipment
Loudspeakers
Connected equipment can be operated with
you connect to the television,
Use Bang & Olufsen BeoLab speakers.
its own remote control or you may
different cables and maybe also
Cables are available from your Bang &
download a PUC table to use a Beo4/Beo6
adaptors are needed. Cables and
Olufsen retailer. See page 9.
remote control, see page 12.
adaptors are available from your
retailer.
Equipment with HDMI™ output
Equipment with HDMI output such as a
set-top box can be connected to any
available HDMI IN socket in the television.
For more information on how to set up
connected equipment, see page 12.
If you need to reset your television to default
settings, then bring up the REGIONAL
SETTINGS menu and select another country.
You will be asked to confirm the reset. All
settings will be deleted and you must go
through first-time setup, follow on-screen
instructions.
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>> Connections
Connect digital sources
Connect up to five external HDMI
sources, such as a set-top box, computer
Computer
or game console. All connected
Game console
Camera
equipment to the television must be
configured, see page 12.
1
Depending on the type of equipment you
2
3
4
5
CTRL 1
PUC 1 A+B PUC 2 A+B
CTRL 2
CTRL 3
connect to the television, different cables
S/P-DIF
IN
and maybe also adaptors are needed. If you
AV
IN
HDMI IN
have more than two types of equipment that
need a PUC socket, you must buy an extra
PUC cable. Cables and adaptors are available
from your retailer.
DVD/Blu-ray player
Set-top box
Example of connected digital sources.
Connect a set-top box
Connect a game console
>Connect the cable to the appropriate
>Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the set-top box.
>Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
socket on the game console.
>Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
television.
>To enable remote control operation of the
>To enable remote control operation of the
set-top box, connect an IR-transmitter to
game console, connect an IR-transmitter
one of the PUC sockets and attach it to
to one of the PUC sockets and attach it to
the IR-receiver on the set-top box.
the IR-receiver on the game console.
See page 10 for more information on IR-
See page 10 for more information on IR-
transmitters.
transmitters.
>Follow on-screen instructions to configure
>Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
the source.*1
Connect a DVD/Blu-ray player
Connect a camera
>Connect the cable to the appropriate
>Connect the cable to the appropriate
socket on the DVD/Blu-ray player.
>Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
socket on the camera.
>Run the cable to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
television.
>To enable remote control operation of the
>Follow on-screen instructions to configure
DVD/Blu-ray player, connect an IR-
the source.
transmitter to one of the PUC sockets and
*When selecting GAME CONSOLE as source,
attach it to the IR-receiver on the DVD/
1
Blu-ray player. See page 10 for more
the picture mode GAME is activated as default
information on IR-transmitters.
setting. You can change this setting temporarily
>Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
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in the PICTURE menu, see page 23.
>> Connections
Connect a computer
Disconnect the television, the computer
Connect a computer
and all equipment connected to the
>Using the appropriate type of cable,
television and computer from the mains
connect one end to the DVI or HDMI
before you connect additional
output socket on your computer, and the
equipment.
other end to an HDMI IN socket on the
television.
>If you use the DVI output socket on the
computer, use the appropriate cable and
connect the digital sound output on the
computer to the S/P-DIF IN socket on the
television to hear sound from the
computer in the speakers connected to
the television.
>Reconnect the television, the computer,
and all connected equipment to the mains.
Remember, the computer must be
connected to a grounded wall outlet as
specified in its setting-up instructions.
Connect an analogue source
You can connect one analogue source,
Connect an analogue source
Different adaptors and maybe also cables
such as a game console or video tape
>Connect the cable to the appropriate
are needed. Cables and adaptors are
recorder. To configure connected
socket on the equipment you wish to
equipment to the television, see page 12.
connect.
>Run the cable to the AV IN socket on the
Disconnect all relevant systems from the
mains before you connect additional
equipment.
television.
>Reconnect the television and the
connected equipment to the mains.
>To enable remote control operation of a
non-Bang & Olufsen analogue source,
connect an IR-transmitter to one of the
PUC sockets and attach it to the IRreceiver of the analogue source. See
page 10 for more information on IRtransmitters.
>Follow on-screen instructions to configure
the source.
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available from your retailer.
>> Connections
Connect speakers to the television
You can connect up to six speakers and a
subwoofer to the television.
Disconnect all relevant systems from the
mains before you connect additional
Front speaker
equipment.
Front speaker
PL 1
PL 2
PL 3
Depending on the type of equipment you
connect to the television, different cables
and maybe also adaptors are needed. Cables
and adaptors are available from your retailer.
Subwoofer
Rear speaker
Rear speaker
Example of a speaker setup.
Connect speakers
To connect two speakers to one PL socket a
>Connect a Power Link cable to the
special cable is needed. If it is not possible to
appropriate socket (L or R) on the speakers
you wish to connect to the television.
>Run the cables to available sockets marked
PL 1–3 on the television.
>Run a Power Link cable between the
appropriate sockets on additional speakers,
if available.
>Connect a Power Link cable to the
appropriate socket on a subwoofer.
>Run the cable to an available socket
marked PL 1–3 on the television.
>Reconnect the television and the
connected equipment to the mains.
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loop the cable between two speakers, an
extra splitter is needed, contact your retailer
for more information.
>> Connections
Control
During setup of a source via the SOURCE
IR-transmitters: To operate non-Bang &
LIST SETUP menu, you can select how a
Olufsen products with a Beo4/Beo6 remote
PUC controlled product is connected.
PLUG
STB
You must select which socket the PUC
control, attach a Bang & Olufsen IRtransmitter on your non-Bang & Olufsen
cable is connected to (1A, 1B, 2A or 2B).
product and then connect it to one of the
Then you choose between PLUG (cable)
sockets marked PUC on the connection
and IR BLASTER (IR-transmitter). If you
IR
STB
select PLUG, you must choose between
panel. Attach the transmitter near the IRreceiver on the connected equipment to
MODULATION ON and MODULATION
ensure remote control operation. Before
OFF. For information about type of cable
attaching it, check that you can operate the
and modulation settings, contact your
equipment menus on the television screen
retailer.
using the Beo4/Beo6 remote control.
For an extra PUC cable, contact your retailer.
For information about download of
Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC) tables for
set-top boxes, see page 12 and page 42.
Digital channels
If you want to watch coded channels,
CHIPSIDE
Insert a Smart Card carefully into a CA
contact your service provider. The
CHIPSIDE
Module.
service provider will register you as an
COMMON INTERFACE
authorised viewer, usually requiring
The CA Module has one protruding edge on
payment. You will then be provided
one side and two protruding edges on the
with a Smart Card and a CA Module.
other side. If the television does not receive
Note that these will only be valid for
any signal, check that the Smart Card and
CA Modules are inserted correctly.
one service provider and therefore only
works with certain channels.
Contact your retailer for information about
compatible CA Modules.
Smart Cards and CA Modules may also give
access to special menus which are not
The CA module is a ‘card reader’ for your
Smart Card which decodes the coded
The Smart Cards must remain in the CA
described here. If this is the case, follow the
signals sent out by the service provider.
Modules, unless your service provider asks
instructions from your service provider.
you to remove them. This is important in
Only uncoded digital channels, also
case your service provider wishes to send
known as ‘free-to-air’ channels, are
new information to your Smart Card.
available without Smart Cards and CA
Modules.
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>> Connections
Activate the CA modules
In the CA MODULES menu, you can
activate or deactivate the CA modules
for terrestrial, cable or satellite. In some
countries, it may be useful to disable the
You can also access the CA modules from
MENU SETUP CA MODULES … the main menu or the Beo6 display when
CA module for satellite to get an
optimal performance from the
terrestrial CA module.
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the TV tuner is the current source.
Set up additional equipment
If you connect additional video
equipment to your television,
you can register the equipment
in the SOURCE LIST SETUP menu.
When the television is switched
on and you connect additional
equipment to the HDMI IN
socket, the television will detect
an unconfigured source. A
message appears on the screen
and you can follow on-screen
instructions to configure the
source.
What is connected?
Registering the equipment connected to
Download a PUC table
the television enables you to operate it
During the configuration procedure, you are
with your Beo4/Beo6 remote control.
asked if you want to be able to control the
connected equipment with your remote
MENU control. Follow on-screen instructions to
SETUP SOURCE LIST SOURCE LIST SETUP … download a Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC)
table if available.*1 The television must be
connected to the Internet.
If your connected equipment is not on the
download list, there is currently no control
When new equipment is detected, a menu is
solution for it and you must select
displayed with the following options: DO
UNSUPPORTED SOURCE. You will not be
NOTHING, SHOW SOURCE and CONFIGURE
able to operate your equipment with your
THE SOURCE CONNECTED TO THIS INPUT. If
Beo4/Beo6 remote control. Contact a
From the main menu, you can also
you want to set up the equipment, use the
Bang & Olufsen retailer for more
bring up the SOURCE LIST SETUP
navigation button up or down to highlight
information.
menu for a specific source, select
the last option and press the centre button
SOURCE LIST, highlight the source
to bring up a setup menu.
You can search with latin characters and
numbers. For equipment names with non-
and press the red button. Then you
will be asked to name the source and
latin characters you can search for a part of
dedicate a button to the source. You
the name that includes latin characters. You
can also use the browse functions to locate
can now operate the source.
the correct PUC table.
Sources have default settings, for
*If you use a Beo4 remote control, you may
example sound and picture, that suit
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most situations but you can change
have to switch on your IR-controlled PUC
these settings if you wish. Select the
equip­ment using SHIFT + 9. In order to
source and select the ADVANCED
display SHIFT on Beo4, you must first add it
SETTINGS menu.
to the Beo4 list of functions.
If your Beo6 remote control has been
configured to the sources set up in
the television and you change the
source button in the television, the
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source button for the specific source
in the Beo6 display will no longer
work. Contact your Bang & Olufsen
retailer to have your Beo6 remote
control reconfigured.
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>> Set up additional equipment
Unconfigure a source
If you have connected and configured a
source to a specific socket on the television
and then disconnect the source permanently,
you must reset the source settings. Select
the source from the SOURCE LIST SETUP
menu and select RESET TO DEFAULT. When
you select YES, the source is no longer
configured to this socket. Next time you
connect a source to the socket, you are
asked to configure the source.
You can also select RESET TO DEFAULT in the
ADVANCED SETTINGS menu to reset to
default values only in this menu.
To remove the downloaded PUC table,
see page 42.
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Use channels, groups and lists
You can make, edit and use
groups to make it easier to find
your favourite channels and
stations.
Use and edit channel groups
If automatic tuning of all
channels and stations has not
stored the channels and stations
on your preferred channel
numbers, you can rearrange the
order in which they appear in a
channel or station favourites list.
You can also remove or delete
channels and stations you no
longer wish to have or restore
channels and stations you wish
to have anyway.
to go through all tuned channels. For
Press to name/rename a group,
example, you can make a group for each
for example ‘Sports’
If your country supports Pay Per
View channels, you can also
order a programme you wish to
watch.
In the FAVOURITES menu, you can make
To name and create a favourite group …
up to 22 channel groups to find your
Open the FAVOURITES menu
favourite channels fast without having
member of the family. You can also
name the channel or station groups you
Press to store name
have created and delete any group you
no longer want. You can also clear a
Select the now named group
group for channels or stations.
Press to add channels
MENU SETUP CHANNELS EDIT TV GROUPS FAVOURITES
…
Select a group to copy from, for
News
example ‘News’
Press to select a channel
Press to step in list
In a favourites group, you can move a
Press when you have included
channel to a different position in the list. See
the desired channels
the menu on the television screen for
instructions.
Press to store settings
When in Radio mode, the word
CHANNEL in menus is replaced with the
word STATIONS. If you want to edit radio
station groups, you must switch to a
Channel and station groups
radio source and select EDIT RADIO
Select a channel group. Channel groups
Step between channel groups using a
GROUPS instead.
can be groups that you have made
Beo6 …
yourself or a programme list.
Press to step between groups
Programme lists are sent out by some
while watching television. The
service providers. They appear and
last activated channel in a
function in much the same way as
group is shown, or …
Favourites
Favourites groups and can be brought up and seen
just like groups.
… press to bring up an
Favourites
overview of the channel
Bring up an overview of channel groups
group
using a Beo4 …
Press to bring up an overview
of the channel groups
MENU
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If only one group has been created in the
FAVOURITES menu, this group can function
as a default list to be brought up after the
television has been in standby mode. This
assures that the channel numbers are in sync
with the Beo6 remote control. For this
default list to work, all other lists must be
hidden. Press the yellow button to hide/
show groups.
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>> Use channels, groups and lists
MENU SETUP CHANNELS EDIT TV GROUPS FAVOURITES
TV LIST
REMOVED CHANNELS
Channel and station lists
Display a channel list and select a
Beo6 operation …
channel.
Press to bring up a list of
Ch list
channels in the current group
Beo4 operation …
Press to select a channel group
Press to highlight the desired
channel in the group, or …
Press to step between the
channels in the group, or …
… press to bring up the channel
0–9
positioned at the chosen
… press to bring up the channel
0–9
number in the group
positioned at the chosen
number in the group
Press the green button to switch between
alphabetical and numerical sorting of the
channels and channel groups.
Edit channels
You can remove any tuned channel or
If you want to edit radio stations, you must
station you do not want in your channel
switch to a radio source and select EDIT
list or restore selected channels that you
RADIO GROUPS instead.
have removed from your channel list.
Only analogue channels can be
When editing the TV LIST or adding
renamed. This function is not available
channels to a favourites group, you can
press the green button to switch between
on all markets.
alphabetical and numerical sorting of the
In the TV LIST menu, you can remove a
channels.
channel from the channel list. Removed
channels can be restored again in the
REMOVED CHANNELS menu.
Channels that have been removed from the
channel list do not reappear when searching
for new channels but are stored in the
REMOVED CHANNELS list.
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>> Use channels, groups and lists
See channel details
MENU SETUP CHANNELS EDIT TV GROUPS FAVOURITES
TV LIST
…
In the TV LIST menu, you can highlight a
If the highlighted channel is an analogue
channel and press the red button to see
channel, you can also rename the channel
channel details. PARENTAL LOCK is only
by means of the green button and the
available if you have enabled ACCESS
navigation button. For some languages,
CONTROL in the setup menu, see
you cannot rename channels.
page 39. Channels that have a parental
lock will be skipped when stepping
In the TV LIST menu, you can press the
through channels.
green button to switch between
alphabetical and numerical sorting of the
channels.
If you want to see details about radio
stations or make station groups, you must
switch to a radio source and select EDIT
RADIO GROUPS instead.
Watch Pay Per View channels
You can watch Pay Per View channels if
Order a programme …
supported in your country, however,
Press to select a channel
or
a subscription is required. The
0–9
Programme Guide offers information
about the channels and programmes.
Follow the on-screen
Use this information to order a desired
information to get access to a
programme. Contact your service
desired programme. For more
provider for a Customer ID.
information, contact your
service provider
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Re-tune channels
You can make your television find
your TV channels and radio
stations for you.
Not all markets have the options
of both cable and terrestrial at
the same time.
Depending on your service provider,
some settings are made automa­
tically.
Update channels
You can update tuned channels which,
If you have tuned in terrestrial channels and
for example, have been moved by the
more than one network is available, you
broadcaster.
must also select a preferred network to use.
The CABLE, TERRESTRIAL, SATELLITE, and
MENU SETUP CHANNELS UPDATE CHANNELS … ANALOGUE menu items are only available if
they have been activated in the INPUTS
menu under the CHANNELS menu. If only
one input has been activated, the UPDATE
CHANNELS menu is skipped and the setup
menu for the input is opened directly.
Note that when you enter a different service
provider or search mode for an input, all lists
are cleared.
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>> Re-tune channels
Change channel input settings
Change channel input by enabling or
disabling the cable, terrestrial, satellite
and analogue inputs, the active antenna
and the line length compensation.
You can reinstall all your TV channels by
letting the television tune in all the
channels automatically.
NOTE! If you reinstall all your TV channels,
MENU SETUP CHANNELS UPDATE CHANNELS
INPUTS
REINSTALL CHANNELS
EDIT TV GROUPS
PREFERRED NETWORK
all the channel settings you have made
disappear!
For information about the access code,
see page 39.
If you disable an input, all channels and
configuration regarding this input are
deleted.
Switch to a different network. The
channels in your lists may change as well.
To change a channel input, bring up the
Only possible if several networks are
INPUTS menu.
The PREFERRED NETWORK menu may also
appear when tuning in terrestrial channels.
available when tuning terrestrial
channels.
To reinstall all channels, bring up the
REINSTALL CHANNELS menu.
To select a network, bring up the PREFERRED
NETWORK menu.
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Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Add BeoLab speakers and
BeoLab subwoofers to your
television and you have a
surround sound system which
fits easily into your living room.
You get the best sound
experience in the area bounded
by the speakers.
You can also create speaker
groups to customise the speaker
setup for listening positions other
than the one in front of the
television, for example, at the
dining table or in an armchair.
Set up the speakers
When setting up the speakers, you must
Important! if you select LINE in the SPEAKER
select which speakers you have
TYPE list, the volume will be very loud and
connected to each Power Link socket.
you cannot adjust volume with your Beo4/
Beo6 remote control. You must use the
product’s own remote control. LINE is used
MENU SETUP SOUND SPEAKER TYPE … for, for example, non-Bang & Olufsen
amplifiers.
This guide describes how to
make a basic loudspeaker setup.
For a more advanced sound
settings and adjustments, see
the Technical Sound Guide on
www.beoplay.com/v1/support.
For information about daily use
of speaker groups, see page 25.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Create speaker groups
You can make different speaker groups
for different listening positions or
loudspeaker combinations. For each
group you must assign roles to the
speakers, set the distance between the
speakers and your listening position and
MENU SETUP SOUND SPEAKER GROUPS … C
A
E
calibrate the sound level. A calibra­tion
sound is produced alternately in each of
the speakers you have connected in your
Press the red button to activate the speaker
surround sound setup. Your task is to
group if you have highlighted TV or an
adjust the sound level from all the
existing group.
connected speakers to match the sound
level of the other speakers in the group.
You cannot rename or delete the TV speaker
You can also name the speaker groups or
group. See page 25 on daily use of speaker
delete groups you do not want to keep.
group.
B
D
The TV speaker group is a predefined
Example of TV viewing illustrated …
group you can set up for when you sit in
Speaker A:
Left front
front of the television.
Speaker B:
Right front
Speaker C:
Left back
Assigning roles to the connected loudspeakers
Speaker D:
Right back
allows you to specify the speakers’ function
Speaker E:
Subwoofer
in a surround sound system and the number
of speakers to be used.
To make more advanced settings for speaker
group setup, see the Technical Sound Guide
on www.beoplay.com/v1/support.
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>> Loudspeaker setup – surround sound
Set up sound modes
The television has several sound modes
optimised for different types of
programmes. However, if you wish, you
can adjust the values in the sound
modes to your liking. The sound modes
have predefined names. For example,
If you wish to reset a sound mode to default
MENU SETUP SOUND SOUND MODES … values, you must select RESET TO DEFAULT in
the specific sound mode’s setup menu and
confirm that you wish to reset the values.
With Beo4 you can bring up a list of sound
use MOVIE when watching from a DVD
modes on the television screen by finding
or Blu-ray or use GAME to enhance the
SOUND in the Beo4 LIST menu and pressing
sound when using a game console. The
the centre button. From here, you can
CUSTOM sound mode can be set up if
select a sound mode with the number
you wish to define a new type of use
buttons. See page 24 on daily use of sound
and settings and it is the only mode you
modes.
can rename. The ADAPTIVE sound mode
is not a mode in itself but adapts to the
selected source or the content by
selecting between several sound modes.
For more details or to make more advanced
settings for sound modes, see the Technical
Sound Guide on www.beoplay.com/v1/
support.
Adjust volume and enable eco mode
You can preset levels for sound volume.
If you choose to enable eco mode, all
speakers in a speaker group that do not
receive a signal will switch off and save
power.
In the AUDIO DESCRIPTION menu, you can
MENU SETUP SOUND SOUND ADJUSTMENT … 21
set the television to describe what happens
on the television screen by means of sound.
Remember to enable the VISUALLY
IMPAIRED menu field in the LANGUAGES
menu under REGIONAL SETTINGS.
Adjust picture and sound settings
Picture and sound settings are
preset from the factory to neutral
values which suit most types of
programmes. However, if you wish,
you can adjust these settings to
your liking.
Adjust picture contrast,
brightness, colour, and viewing
distance. Sound settings include
volume and eco mode.
Adjust contrast, brightness, colour, or distance
Adjust the picture settings via the
To temporarily remove the picture from the
PICTURE menu. Temporary settings are
screen, press LIST and use the navigation
cancelled when you switch off the
button up or down to bring up P.MUTE in
television.
the Beo4 display and press the centre
button. To restore the picture, press a
MENU source button. (Beo6: press
SETUP PICTURE … to bring up
the Scene display on Beo6, press Picture,
then press P.Mute. To restore the picture,
press P.Mute again).
Change your picture and sound
settings temporarily – until your
television is switched off – or
store them permanently.
Activate different picture modes,
for example, game mode if you
connect a game console to your
television.
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>> Adjust picture and sound settings
Picture modes
You can activate different picture modes
To activate picture modes with Beo4
To adjust picture modes via the
to use for different types of programmes.
directly …
television menu …
If you, for example, connect a game
Press to bring up PICTURE in
console or play a PC game using the
the Beo4 display
television as a monitor, you can activate
LIST
PIC TURE
GAME mode. GAME mode minimises the
delay caused by signal processing. Other
available picture modes are MOVIE and
Press to select a picture mode
1 – 3
MENU SETUP PICTURE PICTURE ADJUSTMENT PICTURE MODES ADAPTIVE. When you select a picture
mode for a source through the PICTURE
Step between modes
In the PICTURE ADJUSTMENT menu, you can
menu, it is only saved until you switch
BACK
bring up an ADVANCED SETTINGS menu
off the television or switch to a different
Press and hold to remove
source.
PICTURE from the display
When you configure a source, you can
With Beo4 you can bring up a list of picture
reset picture settings or make the television
set a picture mode to be selected
modes on the television screen by finding
adapt the picture to the surrounding lights.
where you can make different settings for
the selected source. For example, you can
automatically each time you switch on
PICTURE in the LIST menu and pressing the
Press the blue button to bring up help texts
the source. The setting is made in the
centre button. From here, you can select a
for the menus.
ADVANCED SETTINGS menu under the
picture mode with the number buttons.
SOURCE LIST SETUP menu.
To activate picture modes with Beo6
directly …
Press to bring up the Scene
display on Beo6
Press to bring up the Picture …
Pic ture …
display
Press the picture mode you
want, for example ‘Movie’
Press to remove the picture
mode display and return to the
source you were using
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Movie
Daily use of sound modes and speaker groups
You can extend your television
into a surround sound system by
adding BeoLab loudspeakers and
a subwoofer.
Select a sound mode
You can select the sound mode that
Beo6 operation …
suits the source you are using.
Press to bring up the Scene
display on Beo6
When you switch on one of the
sources, the television
automatically selects the
appropriate sound mode for the
source you are using. However,
you can select another sound
mode at any time.
Beo4 operation …
Also when you switch on the
television, the TV speaker group
is selected automatically.
However, you can always select
another group of activated
speakers if you want to listen to
music without having to sit in
front of the television, for
example, when you sit at the
dining table or in an armchair.
Step between modes
Press to bring up SOUND in the
LIST
Beo4 display
Press to bring up the Sound …
Sound …
display
SOUND
Press to select the sound mode
you want, for example
Press to select the sound mode
1–9
Adaptive
you want
Press to remove the sound
mode display and return to the
source you were using
Press to remove SOUND from
BACK
the Beo4 display
With Beo4 you can bring up a list of sound
modes on the television screen by finding
SOUND in the LIST menu and pressing the
centre button. From here, you can select a
sound mode with the number buttons.
When you configure a source, you can set a
sound mode to be selected automatically
You can adjust the settings of the
each time you switch on the source. The
sound modes and set up speaker
setting is made in the ADVANCED SETTINGS
groups. For information about
menu under the SOURCE LIST SETUP menu.
setting up sound modes and creating
speaker groups, see pages 20–21.
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Adaptive
>> Daily use of sound modes and speaker groups
Select a speaker group
Select the speaker group that suits your
Beo6 operation …
listening position.
Press to bring up the Scene
display
Beo4 operation …
Press to bring up SPEAKER in
LIST
the Beo4 display
Press to bring up the Sound …
Sound …
display
SPEAKER
Press to bring up the Speaker
Speaker groups
groups display
Press to select the speaker
1–9
group you want. The selected
Press to select the speaker
speakers cut in automatically
group you want. The selected
speakers cut in automatically
Step between groups
Press to remove the speaker
Press and hold to remove
BACK
SPEAKER from the Beo4
group display and return to the
source you were using
display
With Beo4 you can bring up a list of speaker
groups on the television screen by finding
SPEAKER in the LIST menu and pressing the
centre button. From here, you can select a
speaker group with the number buttons.
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1–9
See two sources at the same time
Your Beo4/Beo6 remote control
gives you access to a dual-screen
function for viewing two sources
at the same time. You can bring
up a video source and an audio
source at the same time. For
example, you can view a video
playback from a USB source and
a TV programme from your settop box at the same time,
provided that the selected sources
are available in your system.
While watching, for example,
television …
Beo4 operation …
Press to bring up P-AND-P
P-AND -P
A
B
Press, for example, H.MEDIA
the Picture-and-Picture (P-AND-P)
H.MEDIA
to select the source to view on
the right side of the screen (B)
Press to swap the left picture
and right picture
There are some limitations when using
LIST
A
B
Press to bring up P-AND-P to
function since some source combinations
Volume adjustment always affects picture A,
switch between small and large
may not be possible. For example, you
while other operations, such as selecting
for the left and right picture
cannot watch two HDMI sources or two
channels, affect picture B. Selecting a new
coded channels at the same time. When
source cancels P-AND-P viewing.
MENU
0
LIST
P-AND -P
Beo6 operation …
an invalid combination is selected, an on-
Press to bring up the P‑and‑P
screen message appears on the television
display
P-and-P
screen.
Press, for example, H.Media to
To view a source registered in the
select the source to view on the
SOURCE LIST SETUP menu as V.AUX,
right side of the screen (B)
H.Media
such as a set-top box, press LIST and use
the navigation button up or down until
Press to swap the left picture
P-V.AUX is shown in the Beo4 display.
and right picture
Press to switch between small
Swap
Size
and large for the left and right
picture
To leave the dual-screen function …
Press to leave the function and
return to normal viewing of the
source on the left side of the
screen (A) or simply select a
source
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BACK
Programme information
You can bring up information on
the current programme, or bring
up a Programme Guide. You can
also change audio and subtitle
language or bring up interactive
information via HbbTV.
An information display appears
briefly on the screen every time
you change channel or station.
You can also bring up a display
manually by pressing the blue
button to see programme
information.*1
Coded programme
Chosen group
Time bar to show
elapsed time
Channel name and
number
Programme name
(Current Following)
HBO 23 | MY GROUP
Happy Family (RATING 6)
M.A.S.H.
22:30 - 23:00
23:00 - 23:45
record
Wednesday, August 24 2011
more info
Programme start
and stop time
12:48
To see more programme information, press the blue button while the television display is
shown.*1 Press BACK to leave programme information. On Beo6, press Information on the
*If Digital Text/HbbTV is enabled, you
1
Beo6 display.
must press MENU before the blue
Multichannel audio
button on Beo4.
Subtitles
Programme shown in HD
HbbTV may not be available on all
HbbTV information
Additional audio options
markets.
Maturity rating*
2
Theme
HBO 23 | MY GROUP
Happy Family (RATING 6)
22:30 - 23:00
M.A.S.H.
23:00 - 23:45
(DRAMA) Since Laura was a little girl she had lived in the little house on the
prairie. It was the one place where she felt safe, close to her mother, her
father, and her siblings.
Programme
information
This episode: Fools Gold
Wednesday, August 24 2011
record
info off
next
12:48
When the extended display is shown on the screen and the information exceeds one page,
you can scroll down the page using the navigation button down.
Subtitles and additional Audio options are shown by the icons at the top. Note: This service is
not offered by all channels.
*Maturity rating is only visible if available from your service provider.
2
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>> Programme information
Subtitles and audio options
Beo6 operation when no menu is shown
AUDIO LEFT and AUDIO RIGHT allow you to
additional audio or subtitle options are
on the screen …
direct left or right audio to the front speaker.
available.
Press to bring up the SUBTITLE
The icons
and
indicate that either
Subtitles
LANGUAGE menu, or …
Beo4 operation when no menu is shown
on the screen …
Press to bring up the SUBTITLE
MENU
LANGUAGE menu
2
LANGUAGE menu, or …
… press to bring up the AUDIO
Audio
… press to bring up the AUDIO
MENU
LANGUAGE menu
3
Also, the audio options may have the
extension AC3 or AAC, for example, English
AC3, which indicates different sound systems.
Programme Guide
Pressing the yellow button while a channel
You can bring up a Programme Guide
From the Channel Programme Guide …
that contains information about current
Press to bring up information
is highlighted in the Programme Guide
and coming programmes on channels and
on a specific programme
allows you to select a new group.
also change to a different channel or
Press twice to select a
1
station via the Programme Guide. You
highlighted programme
coloured button might not work.
stations for up to two weeks. You can
*If HbbTV is enable on the channel, the
cannot bring up a Programme Guide for
analogue channels and stations.
Press and hold to remove
BACK
information from the screen
Press the green button to bring up the
Programme Guide. On Beo6, press Progr.
Press to return to the
Guide.
Programme Guide – Overview*1
Note that sound may be muted while the
From the specific programme
Programme Guide is updated.
information …
Press to select the channel
The Programme Guide language will be the
selected menu language if available.
Press to return to the previous
Otherwise it will be the language available
level
BACK
through the TV signal.
Press and hold to remove
information from the screen
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BACK
>> Programme information
HbbTV
HbbTV (Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV)
Activate HbbTV …
To block HbbTV using a Beo4 …
is an online service where you can access
When HbbTV is available, press
While on the channel, press to
a wide variety of services, such as
the coloured button indicated
bring up HBB TV menu
catch-up TV, competitions, interactive
on the screen
advertisements and social networking.
MENU
4
Use the navigation button left
To view the information, your television
and right to select ON or OFF
must be connected to the Internet.
to block HbbTV
You can choose to block HbbTV per
To block HbbTV using a Beo6 …
channel if you do not wish to use this
While on the channel, press to
feature.
bring up HBB TV menu and
follow on-screen instructions
HbbTV is not supported by all markets and
the content supplied depends on the
Use the navigation button left
broadcaster. Also content might be blocked
and right to select ON or OFF
by some broadcasters.
to block HbbTV
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Menu
4
Feature activation
Additional features in your
television can be made accessible
via the FEATURE ACTIVATION
menu. For information about
additional features, contact your
retailer.
Feature activation key
In order to enable additional features, a
feature activation key must be entered.
The feature activation key can be
purchased from your retailer. The key
cannot be deactivated again.
To enter an activation key …
Bring up the FEATURE
MENU
ACTIVATION menu under
SETUP
Select the feature you wish to
activate and press to activate
Use the number buttons to
0–9
enter the 12–digit key
When the numbers are entered,
press the centre button to
accept
An incorrect number can be deleted by
pressing the yellow button, all numbers can
be deleted by pressing the red button.
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HDMI Matrix
The HDMI Matrix itself is a
physical product that can be
connected allowing you to
connect up to 32 external
sources to up to 32 televisions in
different rooms and access the
sources either individually from
each TV or simultaneously from
several rooms via the Beo4/Beo6
remote control.
The HDMI Matrix must be connected
and set up by your Bang & Olufsen
retailer.
Settings in the HDMI MATRIX menu …
In the HDMI MATRIX menu, you can select
settings for your HDMI Matrix.
– If you use a Beo6 remote control, it must
be reconfigured before you can use the
HDMI Matrix.
– You cannot connect more than one HDMI
Matrix in a setup.
MENU SETUP PRODUCT INTEGRATION HDMI MATRIX Connect an HDMI Matrix…
>Open the HDMI MATRIX menu.
>Highlight MATRIX CONNECTED and use
the navigation button left to open
selection.
>Select an HDMI socket and press the
centre button twice.
> Download a PUC table for the connected
HDMI source. Follow on-screen
instructions.
>Highlight the downloaded PUC table and
press the centre button.
>Select a PUC socket and press the centre
button.
>Select the control type to be PLUG.
>Select modulation mode.
>Press the centre button to store the
HDMI Matrix settings.
>Press the centre button to continue.
The HDMI Matrix is now configured. Then
you have to configure the sources
connected to the HDMI Matrix in the
SOURCE LIST SETUP menu. This is done the
same way as other connected equipment.
If you at a later time disable a stored HDMI
Matrix configuration by setting the HDMI
Matrix field to NO, your settings for INPUTS
are still saved. This means that if you enable
the HDMI Matrix, the settings reappear.
To unconfigure a source, see page 13.
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WebMedia
WebMedia is an additional feature
which can be purchased separately
if it is not a built-in feature in your
television. When the purchased
feature activation key is entered,
WebMedia becomes available in
your television.
With WebMedia you can search
and find movies, YouTube videos,
photos and other web related
content. WebMedia enables
integration of Internet features on
your television. You can also add
different apps. To use WebMedia,
your television must be connected
to the Internet, see Network
settings.
Activate WebMedia
Press to activate the source
Open the App Gallery
button dedicated to WebMedia,
for example, DTV*1
Select a country*2
*You can also bring up the main menu,
1
select SOURCE LIST, highlight WEBMEDIA,
Add the app by following on-
and press the centre button to activate the
screen instructions. Go to the
source.
WebMedia home screen to find
the added app.
Basic navigation …
Press to navigate in the Internet
Lock/unlock an app …
browser or available apps
You can restrict access to
Press to accept or select
with a pin code. While the app
certain apps by locking them
is highlighted, press to lock/
Press to go back one level, long
BACK
unlock it
press will bring up the
WebMedia home screen
Enter the WebMedia pin code
0–9
(not the television pin code)*3
Navigate in an Internet browser …
Press to step between web
The first time you open WebMedia you
Add an app …
DTV
Accept the code
pages
are asked to accept the terms of use. If
you reset your television to default
Press to move the web page up
settings, you must accept the terms of
or down for easy navigation
Continues …
use again. If you want to be able to lock
selected apps, you can make your own
pin code at this point.
WebMedia may not be available on all
markets.
*You can add apps from different countries.
2
However, some apps might be blocked by
the broadcaster.
*If you did not select a pin code, the first
3
time you activated WebMedia, you are asked
to set a pin code before you can lock the app.
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>> WebMedia
SOURCE LIST
Refresh a page …
SETUP
You can refresh a page if it is updated
REFRESH
1
BOOKMARK
2
SECURITY INFORMATION
3
WEBMEDIA SETTINGS
4
frequently, such as the weather forecast or
online newspapers.
Add a bookmark …
While on a web page, press MENU to bring
up a menu overlay. Press 2 to add a
While WEBMEDIA is selected as source,
bookmark for that specific web page.
press MENU to bring up the WebMedia
menu overlay. The remote control buttons
Added bookmarks are stored in the Internet
are shown to the right on the menu, and the
application. Go to the WebMedia home
select
functions they control are shown to the left.
screen and select the Internet app to see the
added bookmark.
Check page security information …
Using the security information menu, you
can check the URL of the website and
retrieve security information.
Change NOW ON TV source …
NOW ON TV shows a preview of what is
shown on the selected source. For example,
if you have selected HDMI 1 as your source
and you have a set-top box connected, you
will get a preview of the current programme.
The source is selected in the WEBMEDIA
SETTINGS menu.
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HomeMedia
You can play music and video
files and browse photos stored
either on a storage device or in
another product connected via a
DLNA /UPnP enabled media
server. You get access to the
HOMEMEDIA menu when you
connect a storage device to your
television.
Use HomeMedia
If you have music and photos
stored, you can start the music
and return to the main menu to
start a slideshow of your photos.
You can then play music and see
your photos at the same time.
Connect a storage device with
You can also bring up the NOW PLAYING
your music
MUSIC by pressing MENU, then the red
HOMEMEDIA
During playback of your music, you can
NEW VOLUME
see the now playing menu with cover
USB
111110_1586.jpg
and information about artist, title and
Hey, Hey Helen
track, if available. When you browse or
Mamma Mia
play your music, photo and video files,
IMG_0548.MOV
you can press the blue button to bring
up additional information.
RANDOM | REPEAT
Tuesday 15 November, 2011
info
select
08:35
Listen to music …
button. On Beo6, press Music.
Press to activate the source
H.MEDIA
*H.MEDIA is in the Beo4 LIST. You can also
button dedicated to the media
1
browser, for example,
bring up the main menu, select SOURCE LIST,
highlight HOMEMEDIA, and press the
H.MEDIA*1
centre button to activate HomeMedia.
Storage devices include, for example,
Press to select the storage
*During photo slideshows or video playback,
USB devices and regular hard disks
device with your music and
2
connected via USB or Ethernet.
press the centre button
you cannot step in tracks or pause in music
For supported formats, see
If the storage device is a media
www.beoplay.com/v1/support.
server, press to highlight the
files.
music or folder menu and press
the centre button
Continues …
Press to browse your files and
folders and press the centre
button to open the folder or
start playback of the file
Press to step in tracks during
playback. Press and hold to cue
during playback. Press again to
change cue speed*2
Press to pause
STOP
Press to resume playback
PLAY
Press to back up through
BACK
previous menus or press and
hold to return to the main
menu
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>> HomeMedia
Browse photos …
To rotate a photo left or right, press MENU
Play back video files …
Connect a storage device with
then 2 or 3 or use the navigation button left
Connect a storage device with
your photos
or right. On Beo6, press < Rotate or Rotate >.
your video files
You can also bring up the NOW SHOWING
Press to activate the source
button dedicated to the media
PHOTO by pressing MENU, then the green
button dedicated to the media
browser, for example,
button. On Beo6, press Photo.
Press to activate the source
H.MEDIA
H.MEDIA*1
H.MEDIA
browser, for example,
H.MEDIA*1
*H.MEDIA is in the Beo4 LIST. You can also
1
Press to select the storage
bring up the main menu, select SOURCE LIST,
device with your photos and
highlight HOMEMEDIA, and press the centre
device with your video files and
press the centre button
button to activate HomeMedia.
press the centre button
Press to select the storage
If the storage device is a media
If the storage device is a media
server, highlight the photo or
server, highlight the video or
folder menu and press the
folder menu and press the
centre button
centre button
Press to browse your files and
Press to browse your files and
folders and press the centre
folders and press the centre
button to open the folder
button to open the folder or
start playback of the file
Press to open your photo in full
screen view. The slideshow
Press to pause
STOP
Press to resume playback
PLAY
starts automatically
Press to pause the slideshow
STOP
Press to continue the slideshow
PLAY
Press to step minute by minute.
Press and hold the buttons to
cue. Press again to change cue
Press to step to the previous or
speed
next photo, also in pause mode
Press to go to a specific point in
Press to bring up information
1–9
time in the file
on the current photo. (Beo6:
Press Information)
Press to exit video playback and
BACK
return to browser screen or
Press to exit a slideshow and
BACK
back up through previous
return to browser screen or
menus or press and hold to
back up through previous
return to the main menu
menus or press and hold to
You can also bring up the NOW PLAYING
return to the main menu
VIDEO by pressing MENU, then the yellow
button. On Beo6, press Video.
Continues …
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>> HomeMedia
See a list of recently selected files
Make media settings
You can see a short list of the files you
have recently selected from the
You can choose to play your music files
currently connected storage devices.
or browse your photos in a random
Press the source button
when you have been through all music
order or repeat playback, or browse
H.MEDIA
dedicated to the media browser
files, photos or video files. You can also
to activate it, for example,
set a slideshow delay to determine for
H.MEDIA.*1 The recently
how long each photo is displayed before
selected files are listed beneath
the next photo is brought up.
RANDOM | REPEAT
the list of detected storage
devices
To bring up the SETTINGS menu, press
Example of player mode.
MENU and then 4. On Beo6, press Settings.
Press to highlight a file you
If you do not operate HomeMedia for
wish to play back and press the
During rotation of a photo, the slideshow
centre button
delay timer is reset.
approx. 30 seconds, it will go into player
mode where only the now playing information
is shown. Press BACK to bring back the browser
To clear the list of recent selections, press
You can also find HOMEMEDIA if you bring
list on the screen. You can also activate
MENU and then 1. On Beo6, press Clear
up the main menu and select the SETUP
player mode manually by pressing BACK
History.
menu.
while the HomeMedia main menu is shown.
*H.MEDIA is in the Beo4 LIST. You can also
1
bring up the main menu, select SOURCE LIST,
highlight HOMEMEDIA, and press the
centre button to activate HomeMedia.
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Sleep Timers
Your television has a built-in
Sleep Timer which means that
you can make it switch off after
a predefined number of minutes.
Set a Sleep Timer
You can make the television switch off
To activate the Sleep Timer with Beo6 …
automatically after a number of minutes.
Press repeatedly to select the
number of minutes or Off
To activate the Sleep Timer with Beo4 …
Press to bring up SLEEP in the
LIST
Beo4 display*1
SLEEP
Press repeatedly until the
requested number of minutes
or OFF are shown in the
television display
*In order to display SLEEP on Beo4, you must
1
first add it to the Beo4 list of functions.
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Sleep
Power settings
If you want to make your
television start up faster, you can
set a Quick-Start Timer for one or
two specified time periods. This
will increase the standby power
consumption within these
periods compared to when the
television is in ordinary standby.
On the other hand, you can
choose to save power on a
number of other functions in the
television, such as sound, picture
and network. When you set up
power saving for the picture, a
preview shows you the picture
quality for each option which
makes it easier for you to select
the combination of power
consumption and quality that
suits you best.
In the AUTO STANDBY menu,
you can set the television to
switch off automatically after
some time without operation.
Set up the power consumption
Set up the power consumption for
When AUTO STANDBY is activated, a
standby, sound, picture, and network.
message appears on your television screen if
The television can be set to switch itself
the television has not been operated during
to standby after some time without
the time set in the menu. The television then
operation. The factory setting is 4 hours.
switches to standby if you do not operate it.
This function only applies in video mode,
When no source signal has been detected
not in audio mode.
for 15 minutes, the television is switched to
MENU SETUP POWER SAVING STANDBY SOUND PICTURE NETWORK … standby.
*If a Quick-Start Timer is active, the standby
1
indicator will light solid green briefly and
your television will switch on within seconds.
If you receive your television signal from a
connected set-top box, the television
start-up time is also affected by the start-up
time of the box. Setting a Quick-Start Timer
To reduce the start-up time or set up auto
will increase the power consumption within
standby, bring up the STANDBY menu.*1
the specified period.
To make power saving settings for sound,
bring up the SOUND menu.
To make power saving settings for picture,
bring up the PICTURE menu.
To make power saving settings for network,
bring up the NETWORK menu.
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Access control
The ACCESS CONTROL menu
allows you to activate a parental
lock to be able to lock specific
channels. You can also set a
maturity rating that determines
which programmes require that
you enter an access code.
When you bring up a channel list,
you can lock and unlock
channels to prevent others from
watching these. If you lock a
channel in the main list, it will be
locked in all the channel groups
in which it is present as well.
When you try to access a locked
channel, you are asked to enter
the access code.
Set up the access control system
Enable the access code so you can lock
On some markets, it is not possible to
channels, and prevent others from
disable access control for programmes rated
editing channel lists. You can also set a
18 years and you must enter the access code
maturity rating to limit access to certain
every time you bring up such a programme.
programmes exceeding the chosen
rating, if rating information is available
On some markets, it is not possible to select
from the service provider.
the access code ‘0000’.
You can always change the access code.
Should you forget your code …
The first time you bring up the ACCESS
If you forget your access code, bring up the
CONTROL menu you are asked to select
ACCESS CONTROL menu and press ‘9999’
a new access code.
three times. The access control system is
then disabled and you must enable it again
and enter a new access code. Note that
MENU SETUP ACCESS CONTROL The access control system is not the
same as the pin code system for the
television, but it may be easier for
you if you choose the same code for
both systems.
Also, the access code described here
is not the same as the pin code you
have received with your Smart Card.
For information about Smart Card
pin code, contact your service
provider.
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disabling the access control system is
prohibited by some programme providers.
The pin code system
The pin code system is intended
to make normal use of your
television impossible for
someone who does not know
the pin code. You choose
whether or not to activate the
pin code system.
When the pin code system is
activated and the television has
been disconnected from the
mains for 15–30 minutes, the pin
code system goes into effect.
When reconnected and switched
on, the television automatically
switches itself off after three
minutes. Entering the pin code
returns the television to normal.
Activate the pin code system
If the pin code system is already
If you change your pin code more than five
activated, you are prompted to enter
times within a three-hour period, the PIN
your pin code when you bring up the
CODE menu becomes inaccessible for three
PIN CODE menu. You can activate or
hours, assuming that the television is not
deactivate your pin code at all times and
disconnected from the mains. Disconnecting
you can change your pin code
the television resets the three-hour period.
Should you lose or forget your code, contact
MENU SETUP PIN CODE … your retailer. Your retailer can provide you
with a mastercode, which disables your pin
code.
If you inadvertently press a wrong button
while entering a code, press the yellow
button to delete a digit or press the red
button to clear an input field.
IMPORTANT! If you are prompted for
Five incorrect entries will cause the television
a pin code the first time you switch
to shut down for three hours, during which
on your ­television, enter the pin code,
operation is not possible. The standby
provided by your r­ etailer.
indicator will flash red quickly.
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Software and service update
Your television offers you the
opportunity to look up software
information, update the software
and, if available, download a
Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC)
table to control, for example, a
set-top box with your Beo4/Beo6
remote control.
See software information
You can look up information about the
current software version, its release
date, and any release notes available.
MENU SETUP SERVICE LATEST RELEASE
It is recommended to allow
automatic software updates
(requires Internet connection).
Update software
To download available software updates,
your television must be connected to
the Internet. It is recommended that you
set the television to update software
automatically.
MENU SETUP SERVICE SOFTWARE UPDATE CHECK FOR UPDATE
AUTOMATIC DOWNLOAD
You can also download available
software updates from
www.beoplay.com/v1/support onto a
While the television is updating with new
USB device. Connect the USB device to
software, the standby indicator flashes red
the USB port on the connection panel.
and the television should not be
disconnected from the mains.
Contact your retailer for more
information about software updates.
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>> Software and service update
Download or remove PUC tables
If you have connected, for example,
a set-top box to your television and a
Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC) table is
available for this set-top box from the
Internet, you can download the PUC
table and use your Beo4/Beo6 remote
Depending on your IR-controlled PUC equip­
MENU SETUP SERVICE PUC MANAGEMENT PUC DOWNLOAD
PUC CLEAN-UP
ment, you may have to press SHIFT + 9 on
your Beo4, to switch on the equipment.
control to operate your set-top box.
Normally you configure the source
You can also delete PUC tables, however,
when connected as explained on
make sure not to delete tables currently
page 12 but you can also download a
used by connected products.
PUC table later on.
Your television must be connected to
the Internet to download a PUC table.
For more information about PUC tables,
contact your retailer.
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SHIFT can be found in the Beo4 LIST.
Digital Text
Your television supports Digital
Text/MHEG, which is required by
some countries and CA modules,
among other to activate different
MHEG applications when
available for a channel. When
Digital Text is enabled, operation
of the television with a Beo4 will
differ in a few aspects from
otherwise described in this guide.
Enable Digital Text/MHEG operation
If your country or CA module requires
Digital Text features can vary in appearance
activation of Digital Text, you may need
and are activated by pressing TEXT or a
to enable the Digital Text function
coloured button.
yourself.
When Digital Text is enabled and no menu is
shown on the screen, you must press MENU
MENU SETUP DIGITAL TEXT …
before a coloured button to activate a
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function.
Teletext
You can operate teletext through
the menu bar at the top of the
teletext page or the arrow
buttons on your remote control.
You can also store favourite
teletext pages for quick
reference.
Daily operation
To start and exit teletext …
Press to access the start page of
To stop subpages from turning …
TEXT
Stop turning, or …
STOP
teletext
… move to HALT and press
Press to return to the previous
BACK
page
Press to select subpage
If Digital Text is enabled and an
Press and hold to exit teletext
BACK
or
0–9
MHEG application is available for the
current channel, pressing TEXT will
To move to page …
activate this application and not the
Access teletext pages you wish
regular teletext function.
to see
When teletext is activated, press
Press to step up or down in
TEXT to swap between dual screen
pages
0–9
Restart turning
To enlarge teletext page …
Press to move to LARGE
and full screen mode.
Press to switch between upper
Press to move to PAGE and step,
and lower half of the page and
or …
normal viewing
… press to select page
0–9
To reveal hidden text on a teletext page,
move to REVEAL and press the centre
Press to go to index pages
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button.
>> Teletext
Store favourite teletext pages
Day-to-day use of MEMO pages
Nine MEMO pages are available for each
You may wish to refer to your teletext
TV channel’s teletext service.
MEMO pages quickly, for example, if
programme …
you are leaving for work and wish to
If you want available teletext subtitles to
check traffic information on a teletext
appear automatically for a particular
To create a MEMO page …
Bring up a page you view often
0–9
service.
To view teletext subtitles for a
programme, store the teletext subtitles page
as MEMO page 9.
Press to move the cursor along
To view MEMO pages …
the menu bar to SETUP and
Press to bring up teletext
press the centre button. The 9
available MEMO slots are shown
Press to move between MEMO
by number
pages
Press to store the current page.
To delete a MEMO page …
The cursor moves to the next
Press to move the cursor to
available MEMO slot
SETUP and press the centre
button
Press to select the next teletext
0–9
page you wish to store
Press to move the cursor to the
Press to repeat the procedure
and press the yellow button
MEMO page you wish to delete
for each page you wish to store
Press to leave the MEMO setup,
move the cursor to BACK on
the teletext menu bar and press
the centre button
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TEXT
Operate other equipment with Beo4 or Beo6
The built-in Peripheral Unit
Controller (PUC) acts as an
interpreter between connected
video equipment, such as a settop box, video recorder or Bluray player, and your Bang &
Olufsen remote control.
Use the Beo4 remote control
With a Beo4 remote control, some
SOURCE LIST
functions are available directly via Beo4
SETUP
when you switch on the equipment.
Additional functions are available
through a menu overlay that you bring
up on the screen. In this menu, you can
see which Beo4 buttons activate specific
Use the Bang & Olufsen remote
control to gain access to the
functions offered by your nonBang & Olufsen equipment.
When you switch on the
equipment, the functions are
available via a menu-overlay on
the television screen, or via the
Beo6 display.
For instruction in the various
functions offered by your
equipment, see the product’s
own guide.
services or functions.
CHANNEL LIST
INFORMATION
CHANNEL GROUPS
1
SUBTITLES LANGUAGE
2
AUDIO LANGUAGE
3
ACCESS CA MODULES
4
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer can provide
you with a ‘PUC mapping’ overview
Example of a menu overlay. The Beo4
which explains operation of the connec­
buttons are shown to the right on the menu,
ted equipment with Beo4 in more detail.
and the functions they control are shown to
the left. The menu may also list buttons on
Press the source button
DVD
the remote control included with your
connected equipment.
configured for a connected
piece of equipment to switch it
on, such as DVD
Direct Beo4 operation
Press to bring up the main
MENU
If you know which coloured Beo4 button
menu including source related
activates the function you want, you can
functions
activate the function without bringing
up the menu overlay first.
Press to activate the function
Some features and functions of the
PROGRAMME GUIDE
0–9
or
you want
television may not be available when
While your equipment is on …
Press to activate a function
non-Bang & Olufsen equipment is
connected. Not all connected video
Press and hold to bring up the
equipment are supported by Bang &
Programme Guide or the ‘Now/
Olufsen. For more information about
Next’ banner on the screen if
supported equipment, contact your
you are using equipment that
retailer.
supports these functions
Press to activate the function
MENU
you want
0–9
Some IR-controlled PUC equip­ment have to
be switched on using SHIFT + 9 on your
Beo4 remote control. In order to display
SHIFT on Beo4, you must first add it to the
Beo4 list of functions.
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>> Operate other equipment with Beo4 or Beo6
Use the Beo6 remote control
The main functions of your equipment
DVD
can be operated with the Beo6 remote
control. Not all functions may be
i
Interactive
Help
services and functions are shown in the
Slow
Box office
Services
Beo6 display when you activate the
R
TV Guide
supported by Beo6. The available
equipment.
Press a source button to switch
DVD
Example of a Beo6 display used to operate a
set-top box.
on connected equipment, such
as DVD
Press the button on the Beo6
…
display that activates the
function you want, or …
… press to bring up the main
Menu
menu including source related
functions
Press the button that activates
the function you want
1–9
or
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Network settings
You can set up your television to
a network either with a wired or
wireless connection. However, a
wireless setup requires that your
television has a built-in wireless
module and that you have
purchased a wireless network
antenna. See Getting Started for
setup information. For the most
reliable network connection
Bang & Olufsen recommends
making a wired connection.
For more information about
Bang & Olufsen network setup,
contact your retailer.
INTERNET
INTERNET
ISP
ROUTER
NAS
NAS
B&O
RECOMMENDED
ROUTER
ISP
ROUTER
Example of simple setup either wired or
Example of recommended network setup
wireless.
either wired or wireless.
Make a wired connection
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable
MENU SETUP NETWORK NETWORK SETTINGS …
to the router and the other end to the
Ethernet socket on the television. It is
On some markets, it is not possible to
assumed that you have enabled the
set up a wireless connection, and you
DHCP service on your network.
must use a wired connection instead.
If LAN settings are set to configure
Bang & Olufsen recommends that
automatically, IP address, subnet mask,
you use a separate Bang & Olufsen
gateway and DNS server are assigned
recommended router and access
automatically. If the settings are set to
point to ensure the most reliable
configure manually, or if the IP address,
playback of digital files.
subnet mask, gateway and DNS server,
>Press the green button to be able to
name the LAN connection.*1
>Press the centre button to store the name
for some reason, are not assigned
automatically, you must bring up this
and return to the LAN SETTINGS menu.
>Use the navigation button down to
information manually.
highlight CONFIGURATION.
>Use the navigation button left or right to
select MANUAL or AUTOMATIC
configuration.
>Press the centre button to store the
setting.
If you have selected MANUAL configuration,
you must enter a value for the IP ADDRESS,
SUBNET MASK, GATEWAY, and DNS. Press
the centre button to store the settings.
*You can only use latin characters for
1
naming the LAN connection.
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>> Network settings
Make a wireless connection
If your router has the WPS feature
Connect to a wireless network
For more information about your router, see
(wireless protected setup), you can make
manually …
the guide enclosed with it
a wireless connection to your network
>Press the centre button to bring up the
automatically. You can also make the
WLAN SETTINGS menu and highlight
Your television supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.
connection manually. It is assumed that
NETWORK LIST.
For more information, contact your retailer.
you have enabled the DHCP service on
your network and that the SSID is not
hidden.
>Press the centre button to bring up the
NETWORK LIST menu.
>Press the yellow button if you wish to
refresh the list of networks.
MENU SETUP NETWORK NETWORK SETTINGS …
>Use the navigation button up or down to
highlight a network router and press the
centre button to be able to enter the
password.
>Use the navigation button to enter the
password to your wireless network and
press the centre button to establish a
connection. When CONNECTED is shown
Connect to a wireless network
on the screen, your television is configured
automatically …
correctly on your network.
>Press the centre button to bring up the
WLAN SETTINGS menu and highlight
>Press the centre button to return to the
NETWORK menu.
WLAN.
>Press the WPS button on your router to
activate the WPS feature.
>Use the navigation button left or right to
enable wireless LAN and store the setting.
>Use the navigation button down to
highlight WLAN PROTECTED SETUP and
press the centre button to bring up the
Check your wireless network signal …
>Bring up the NETWORK INFO menu and
highlight ADVANCED INFO (WLAN).
>Press the centre button to bring up the
ADVANCED INFO (WLAN) menu.
>Check the signal strength in the LEVEL
menu:
menu. Here you can see a status of the
wireless connection. When CONNECTED is
shown on the screen, your television is
configured correctly on your network.
>Press the centre button to return to the
NETWORK menu.
***** Excellent connection
**** Very good connection
*** Good connection
Stable connection
** Unstable
connection
*
Note that your television must be connected
wirelessly to access this menu.
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>> Network settings
See network information
You can see information on your
network connection in the NETWORK
INFO menu.
Note: A previously well-functioning setup
MENU may develop problems over time as
SETUP NETWORK NETWORK INFO …
surroundings change. Check your Ethernet
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connection or router. If the problem persists,
contact your retailer.
Two televisions in the same room
If you have placed your television
in a room where you already
have a Bang & Olufsen television,
and commands from your
remote control can be received
by both televisions, you must
change the Option setting of the
television. This prevents
simultaneous activation of both
televisions.
When you set up an Option for the
One remote control for both televisions
For your television to function properly,
it is essential that the television is set to
the correct Option. If you have a Beo4,
you must set your television to Option 4,
LIST
and if you have a Beo6, you must set the
LINK
television to the correct zone.*1
TV
Option setting with Beo4 …
While holding the • button on
LIST
Beo4, press
TV
Let go of both buttons
television, disconnect the television
you do not want to set up from the
Press to bring up OPTION? in
mains. This ensures that only the
the Beo4 display
OPTION?
television, you want to set up,
receives the Option programming.
Press to bring up V.OPT in the
Beo4 display and press 4
V.OPT
Zone ‘A’
TV
4
Zone ‘B’
TV
Option setting with Beo6 …
Place yourself in front of the
television
While holding the • button,
Beo4 – Operate your television in
press the centre button to
Option 4 …
bring up the Setup menu on
Normally, you can activate a source, such
Beo6
as TV, simply by pressing the relevant
Let go of both buttons
However, when you set your television
source button on your remote control.
to Option 4, you must do the following,
Press to bring up the Option
Option Pgm
if you have a Beo4:
Programming display on Beo6
Press to bring up LINK in the
Press the button that matches
…
LIST
Beo4 display
the zone in which the television
LINK
is placed
*NOTE! For information about choice of
1
zone, contact your retailer.
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Press a source button, such as TV
TV
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