Apacer AP-AL460
User Manual
For your Safety
Warning
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To prevent electric shock or other injury, please do not disassemble or repackage this
product.
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To prevent a fire, electric shock, or device malfunction, please do not use this product
in a wet environment such as a bathroom.
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During operation, do not expose the product in areas above 35°C (95°F) or below 5°C
(41°F).
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Avoid placing the product near a source of heat or in an area with strong magnetic
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Never insert any metallic subject into the device to avoid any risk of electrical shock,
fields or excessive vibration, or exposing it to sunlight (even through windows).
fire, short-circuiting or dangerous emission.
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This product is an electronic device; please avoid dropping it or subjecting it to other
severe shock.
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Do not place heavy objects on the top of the product or use excessive force on it.
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Do not use an AC adapter other than the one provided with the retail package. Any
damage caused by unauthorized adapters will void the warranty.
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Do not operate electronics with wet hands.
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Do not bend cables in a sharp angle.
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Do not overload wall outlets.
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Do not stack the media player on another audio / video appliance such as a TV.
Notice
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Carefully unpack the contents of the product package.
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This device is not for in-car entertainment use. Unstable power or vibration may
damage this device.
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Keep this device unreachable for children.
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Keep this device and its accessories away from heat sources.
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Unplug media player from the electrical outlet when unused for long periods of time or
if there is a risk of lightning.
Table of contents
For your Safety............................................................................ 2
Chapter 1 Introduction................................................................ 1
Features ....................................................................................... 1
System Requirements .................................................................. 1
Chapter 2 Package Contents ..................................................... 1
Chapter 3 The Remote Control .................................................. 2
Changing the Battery of the Remote Control ............................... 2
Buttons......................................................................................... 2
Parts and Functions ..................................................................... 4
Chapter 4 Quick Start ................................................................. 5
Chapter 5 USB Connection ........................................................ 6
Mounting the USB External Storage............................................. 6
Partition of the USB External Storage .......................................... 6
Media Files for Playback .............................................................. 7
Chapter 6 TV Connection ........................................................... 8
Connecting to AV Equipments...................................................... 8
Chapter 7 Main Menu ................................................................11
Chapter 8 Setup.........................................................................11
Chapter 9 Playing Media...........................................................20
Chapter 10 Playing Movies ......................................................22
Chapter 11 Playing Music.........................................................24
Chapter 12 Playing Photo.........................................................26
Chapter 13 Troubleshooting ....................................................28
Chapter 14 Service and Support .............................................31
Chapter 15 Product Specifications .........................................31
Chapter 1 Introduction
Features
‰ Plays back most media file formats.
‰ Plays media files from your PC via network.
‰ Supports USB external storage devices.
‰ Supports both NTFS and FAT32 file system.
‰ Supports both NTSC and PAL TV systems.
‰ Supports video output to full-HD 1080p.
‰ Supports HDMI and component video output.
System Requirements
Storage media: USB Flash Drive / USB external HDD/USB card Reader
Minimum Allocation Unit Size: 4096 bytes
Chapter 2 Package Contents
‰ Media Player AL460
x1
‰ Quick Install Guide
x1
‰ CD
x1
‰ Remote Controller
x1
‰ Composite Audio/Video Cable (Yellow/Red/White)
x1
‰ Component Video Cable (Green/Red/Blue)
x1
‰ LAN Cable
x1
‰ AAA Battery
x2
‰ Power Adapter
x1
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Chapter 3 The Remote Control
Changing the Battery of the Remote Control
If the battery becomes depleted, change the battery according to the following instructions:
Buttons
POWER
POWER on or off the media player.
HOME
Return to the main menu.
MUTE
Mute audio output, and press again to
resume.
DISPLAY
Display current status, including track
number and time elapsed/remaining.
SETUP
Enter the Setup Menu directly to
change system settings.
VOL + / -
Volume up/down.
Navigational
Press the arrow buttons to navigate
the menus.
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ENTER
Press to select confirm in menus.
PLAY
Play the media files.
STOP
Stop the playback.
BACK
Return to the previous screen when navigating the menus.
FAST
Press to fast rewind or fast forward the current playback.
REWIND/FAST Press repeatedly to select faster rewind or fast forward speeds.
FORWARD
PAUSE/STEP
Press to pause current playback. Press again to step to the next frame.
Press PLAY button to resume playback.
PREVIOUS
Press to go the previous file when playing media.
Press to page up the file list at File Browser.
NEXT
Press to go the next file when playing media.
Press to page down the file list at File Browser.
SLOW
Slow motion playback.
Five slow motion levels (3/4x, 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x) are available.
Press PLAY button to resume regular playback.
SUBTITLE
Press to activate available subtitles when play the DIVX file.
AUDIO
Select audio channel output.
ZOOM
Zoom in/out when playing back Photos or Video programs.
Photo zoom levels: 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X.
Video zoom levels: 2X, 3X, 4X, 8X.
TV SYSTEM
Press to switch between NTSC, PAL, 480P, 576P, 720P, 1080i, 1080P.
REPEAT
Press to set repeat option.
OPTION
Select Return, Rename and Delete the file.
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Parts and Functions
1
2
3
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Remote receiver:
When using the remote, point the remote towards here.
Power and access
Blue Lights up: The power is on.
indicator:
Red Lights up: The media player is in standby mode.
Power connector:
Connect to the AC adapter. (DC 12V, 2A)
USB 2.0 type A
Connect to a USB Flash drive or a an external USB HDD.
connector:
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HDMI connector:
Outputs digital video/audio signals with a HDMI cable. (cable
not provided)
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Component video output
Outputs component video signals with a provided special cable.
connector:
The colors of the jacks are green, blue and red.
Composite audio/video
Outputs composite video/audio signals with a provided special
output connector:
cable. The colors of the jacks are yellow, red and white.
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LAN connector:
10/100 Ethernet port.
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Power ON/OFF Switch:
Turn ON/OFF the device.
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Chapter 4 Quick Start
How do I use this device?
Copy media files from your computer to a USB storage device, and then connect it to this
device. Then connect this device to your TV or Home Theater. The User Interface is
somewhat intuitive like a Browser. Try starting with
and
buttons.
How do I play media files on my TV?
1. Connect this device to your TV with correct cables.
2. Plug the AC adapter into the Power Connector to turn it on.
3. Press the Power ON/OFF Switch button on the media player to turn on it.
4. Press the
button on the remote control to activate this device.
5. Press “TV/Video” button on the TV remote control to switch the correct video source
(HDMI/AV/Component).
6. Browse with
and
buttons.
What if my TV screen displays unstable image?
Press the TV SYSTEM
button on the remote control of the media player to switch
output TV system.
How to configure settings?
Press the SETUP
button.
What if I have more questions to ask?
Go to the [Troubleshooting] chapter, and read detailed descriptions in this manual.
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Chapter 5 USB Connection
Mounting the USB External Storage
Compatibility
1. This device supports FAT16/32, and NTFS file systems.
2. This device supports USB external HDDs and USB Flash drives.
3. This device does not support USB external CD/DVD/BD/HDDVD/other ODD drives.
Mounting of a USB External Storage
This device automatically mounts a USB external storage connected.
Partition of the USB External Storage
For information of partitioning and formatting of the USB external HDD, please read the
following:
NTFS
FAT32
Playback Partition
Plays only the first Primary
Plays only the first Primary
Partition
Partition
Minimal Allocation Unit Size
4096 bytes
4096 bytes
Single file size limitation
2TB
4GB
Partition size limitation
2TB
2TB (Windows
Vista/XP/2000: 32GB)*
The Minimal Allocation Unit Size can be set up in Format dialogue box in Windows.
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* The Disk Management of Windows Vista/XP/2000 can only create a FAT32 partition up to
32GB.
Media Files for Playback
This device can play back the following media files:
Video
Photo**
Audio
Subtitle
MPEG-1 (MPG/DAT), MPEG-2
JPEG
MP3
SRT
(AVI/ISO/IFO/MPG/VOB),
BMP
WMA
SUB
MPEG-4 (AVI/Xvid/ASP/AVC
GIF
WAV
SMI
HD/H.264), WMV, FLV, MKV,
TIF
LPCM/PCM
SUB+IDX
RM/RMVB, TS, m2ts, mts, TP,
PNG
AAC
SSA
MJPEG, MOV, VC-1
OGG
Dolby Digital AC3*
* 2-Channel only
** TIF: The media player just support RAW Data Mode only.
GIF/PNG: The media player don’t support interlace and animation mode.
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Chapter 6 TV Connection
Connecting to AV Equipments
HDMI Connection
The HDMI connector can output both digital audio/video signals. Many HDTV sets and
digital AV receivers support this type of connection. (HDMI cable not provided)
To a TV:
To an AV receiver:
If the HDMI cable is disconnected in playback, this device will stop playback immediately.
Note:
Some TV sets are equipped with DVI input ports, which will receive video signals only,
but these DVI ports use HDMI connectors instead of standard DVI connectors. If you
find no audio signal output while using HDMI connection, connect the Composite Audio
Connection or the Coaxial Audio Connection as an auxiliary.
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Composite Audio/Video Connection
The composite audio/video is compatible with most TV sets and AV amplifiers (receivers.)
Yellow: Video signal; White: Left audio channel; Red: Right audio channel.
1. Connect one end of the composite (Red, White, Yellow) cable to the player’s
composite jack.
2. Connect the other end to your television’s composite jack.
Component Video Connection (Y/Pb/Pr)
If your TV supports Component Video input (Y/Pb/Pr), you can connect it for better video
quality. You will have to connect the audio cable for audio output.
1. Connect one end of the component (Green, Blue, and Red) cable to the player’s
component jack.
2. Connect the other end to your television’s component jack.
3. Connect one end of the composite (Red, White, Yellow) cable to the player’s
composite jack.
4. Connect the other end to your television’s composite jack.
Note:
Some TV sets are equipped with separate composite and component audio inputs. Be
sure that you have connected the correct one.
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Power Connection
1. Make sure the power switch is off.
2. Connect the DC jack of the AC adapter to the connector marked “DC 12V”, plug the
other end into an electrical outlet.
Network Connection
1. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the player’s LAN connector.
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet Cable to your networking device.
Power on/off
1. Power on
Press the power switch which is located on the back of the device. After the player is on,
the power indicator on the front panel will light up. The device will then boot to the media
player’s user interface.
2. Power off
Press the power button on the remote control. The user interface of the media center
will be off, but the unit will still be on. This is indicated when the power led light is red.
Press the power switch that is located in the back of the device to turn off the device
completely.
Note:
If the setting of the video output is incorrect, the TV screen will not display normally.
Switch to correct setting by pressing the
10
button to switch output TV system.
Chapter 7 Main Menu
1. Power on the media player.
2. After a few second, the system will enter a main
on
menu. To enter the main menu, press
the remote control too.
3. Press
or
to select All, Music, Movies,
Photo, Setup option on the main menu, and
press
to select. Press
to
enter.
Chapter 8 Setup
The Setup option allows you to configure music, video,
network, photo and system settings.
Select Setup option on the main menu or select
on
the remote control to enter the Setup menu.
AUDIO SETUP
Press
bar. Press
or
on the remote control to select the Audio option from the vertical
to enter or press
to exit.
Night Mode
This function reduces the maximum dynamic audio
range.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to enable or disable the
function or Comfort.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
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Digital Output
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to select from HDMI RAW
or HDMI LPCM to enable or disable the function.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
HDMI LPCM:
It is the original bit stream and will provide a better audio output quality.
HDMI RAM:
It is the default setting, and provides 2 channels audio output.
VIDEO SETUP
Press
or
on the remote control to
select the Video option. Press
to enter.
Aspect Ratio
Use it to select the way videos are displayed.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
and
on the remote control to
select from Pan Scan 4:3, Letter Box 4:3, or 16:9.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Pan Scan 4:3: Display a wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the redundant
portions. Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Letter Box 4:3: Display a wide picture with two black borders on the top and bottom of 4:3
screen. Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
16:9:
Compress the image to convert the whole image. Select when a 16:9 TV is
connected.
Brightness
Select to set brightness levels.
1. Press
2. Press
3. Press
12
to enter.
or
to adjust brightness. The new setting is previewed on screen.
to confirm or press
to exit.
Contrast
Select to set contrast levels.
1. Press
2. Press
3. Press
to enter.
or
to adjust contrast. The new setting is previewed onscreen.
to confirm or press
to exit.
DNR
Select to adjust DNR.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
on the remote control to
select “Off” to disable this function or “Auto” to
active it.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Note: DNR (Dynamic noise reduction) --- Digital
video is compressed in the compression process, DVD may occur in some parts of the
naked eye can see the video noise, DNR can effectively reduce the static picture for the
(background) on a slight flicker and improve picture stability sex.
TV System
Use it to select the video display resolution.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
and
on the remote control
to set the TV system, depending on your TV
resolution.
3. Press
Note:
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to confirm or press
to exit.
By pressing TV SYSTEM button on the remote control, the video output format can
be switched in the following sequence: NTSC Ö PAL Ö 480P Ö 576P Ö 720i Ö
720P Ö 1080i Ö 1080P and so on. If you find the display incorrect, try this method
to get back to standard NTSC or PAL video output, and then configure the video
setup correct.
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NTSC: TV color encoding system for United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico,
Taiwan and so on.
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PAL: TV color encoding system for Europe, South America, India and so on.
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1080P 24Hz
Use it to select the video display resolution.
If your video file is 1080P 24Hz, suggest to enable
this option. It could provide the better video display
resolution.
Network Setting
Press
or
on the remote control to
select the Network option. Press
press
to enter, or
to exit.
Wired Lan Setup
Select to set the Network Setting. Before use the
Network functions, please check following items:
1. Connect the this device to Network first.
2. Please enable NetBIOS of TCP/IP on computer.
3. Please turn off your PC’s firewall.
4. Please share the folders which you wish to
browse in your PC.
5. Press
to enter Wired Lan Setup.
6. Press
and
to select DHCP IP
(AUTO) or FIXED IP (MANUAL).
7. Press
14
to confirm or select Cancel to exit.
DHCP DNS
Set the DNS server IP address by auto.
(Auto):
Press
to confirm.
Fix IP
Using Fixed IP, it is required to enter IP
(Manual):
address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway.
For further assistant to above settings,
please check local network setting.
1. Press
to enter the entry screen
and press
to
enter the IP address, and select OK to
confirm.
2. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Wireless Setup
Before configuring the WLAN settings, please check
the following:
1. Make sure the WLAN USB Adapter is connected
to the USB port.
2. Make sure there is a wireless router or an AP
(Access Point) on the network, or your PC is
equipped with a wireless network adapter/card.
3. Make sure media player is in the effective range
of the WLAN.
4. Press
to enter Wireless Setup.
or
5. Press
Press
to select a Profile Name.
to enter Connection Mode. Press
to return.
6. Press
or
to select Infrastructure
(AP) or Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc) mode.
7. Press the
the
button for next step or press
button to return.
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Infrastructure
It is used to connect computers with
(AP):
wireless network adapters, also known
as wireless clients, to an existing wired
network with the help from wireless
router or access point.
Get SSID Name
System will search for an existing SSID
(Service Set Identifier) auto. And select
the access point you wish to access from
the SSID list.
Note: In the Security list, WEP (Wired
Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi
Protected Access) means the network is
encrypted, i.e. an encryption key is
needed to access the network. NONE
means it is an open system network.
Select Open System if the network is not
encrypted. Otherwise, select Shared Key
(WEP) or WPA Key to enter the
encryption key.
Select SSID the system will get the IP
address automatically. The test will take
for a while, please be patient to wait.
If the test is ok, the network information
will be displayed.
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Peer to Peer
It is used to connect wireless clients
(Ad Hoc):
directly together, without the need for a
wireless router or access point.
Ad Hoc Setup
Set the Wireless SSID, Wireless Security,
and Host IP for the Ad Hoc connection.
Press
to enter. Press
to
return.
Note: Both the player and your PC need
to use the Ad Hoc mode, share a
common SSID, and be put into the same
IP range.
Select
to confirm and go to the
next step.
If the test is ok, the network information
will be displayed.
System Setting
Press
or
on the remote control to
select the System option. Press
to enter.
Menu Language
Use it to select the OSD (On Screen Display)
language.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
3. Press
to confirm or press
to select the language.
to exit.
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Text Encoding
Use it to select to choose the subtitle encoding
language. (Please check your subtitle encoding
format and make sure the subtitle files are located in
the same folder first.)
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to select the subtitle
language.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
System Upgrade
Use it to upgrade firmware from USB device.
1. Please copy the Upgrade firmware to USB
device first.
2. Press
to enter.
3. Press
or
to select System
Upgrade or System Reinstall.
4. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Note: Don’t switch off the power during upgrading.
Restore Default
Use it to restore factory defaults.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
3. Press
to select OK to restore all settings
to select OK or Cancel.
to defaults.
MISC Setting
Press
enter.
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or
on the remote control to select the MISC option. Press
to
Resume Play
Use it to resume playback.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to enable (ON) or
disable (Off) this function.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Slide Show Time
Select to set photo slide show time.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to select interval photo
time you require.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Transition Effect
Select to set the transition effect of photos.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
Press
3. Press
to select effect option.
to confirm.
to confirm or press
to exit.
Background Music
Use it to select to play the music file and view photo
at the same time.
1. Press
to enter.
2. Press
or
to enable (ON) or
disable (Off) this function.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
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Screen Saver
Screen Saver could save power.
to enter.
1. Press
2. Press
or
to enable (ON) or
disable (Off) this function.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Movie Preview
Movie Preview function could help you preview
movie on files browser window.
to enter.
1. Press
2. Press
or
to enable (ON) or
disable (Off) this function.
3. Press
to confirm or press
to exit.
Chapter 9 Playing Media
All option allows you browse and play music, photo
and movie files stored on the external USB devices
or your PC (Network).
1. Press
or
buttons to select All function on
or
the main menu, press
to select
the external USB devices or Network. Press
to enter.
USB
1. Press
to enter USB option.
2. Press
or
to select the external
USB devices which the media is stored. Press
to confirm.
3. All directories and supported media files will be
displayed. Press
or
to select the
directory or file you wish to view, and press
to play or press
to exit.
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Network
You can streaming playback the multimedia files
shared on the local area network.
At first, please make sure that you have read
“Network Setting” and made the right settings.
1. Press
to enter Network option.
2. Press
or
select the multimedia
files shared at your PC name in your local
workgroup. Press
to confirm.
3. Enter User ID and Password, press
to confirm.
4. All directories and supported media files will be displayed. Press
select the directory or file you wish to browse, and press
or
to play or press
to
to
exit.
My_Shortcuts
Use it to set the shortcuts to login PC.
1. Press
to enter edit screen.
2. Select “Add” and “Modify” to set Net User ID, Net
Password, and Specific File Server IP for adding
or modifying the shortcuts.
3. Select “Delete” to delete the shortcuts.
Note:
1. Select Net User ID and Password, the
entry screen will appear.
Press the Navigation buttons to select
letters and numbers. Select CAPS to
toggle between uppercase and
lowercase letters. Press <- to delete a
letter. Press -> to insert a space. Press
the
to input each letter or
number. Select OK and press the
to confirm all changes.
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2. While browsing high definition video
files (resolution up to 720p / 1080i /
1080p) via Ethernet or WLAN, the
video might be buffering. It is normal
due to the limit of network speed or
signal strength.
3. Due to different network conditions,
sometimes the workgroup might not
be accessed or shown in the list. You
could to use ‘My_Shortcuts’ to browse
shared files.
Chapter 10 Playing Movies
You could watch videos on your TV with using the
Media Player.
1. If you want to playback movies, press
or
to select Movies or All option on the main menu,
press
2. Press
to confirm.
or
to select the device
which the media is stored from USB or Network
and press the
3. Press
to confirm.
or
movies, press
to select the folder or
to play. The movie is
played in full screen.
Note:
If you play a video files that has been partially played before, you are promoted to
choose whether to play the file from the beginning or resume playback from the last
playback position.
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Movies Playback controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control media playback:
Button
Function
Stop
Stop the playback.
Enter/Play
Play the media files.
FR/FF
Press to fast rewind or fast forward the current playback.
Press repeatedly to select faster rewind or fast forward speeds: 1.5x, 2x,
4x, 8x, 16x, 32x. Press PLAY button to resume playback.
PAUSE/STEP
Press to pause current playback. Press again to step to the next frame.
Press PLAY button to resume playback.
PREV
Press to go the previous files when playing movie.
NEXT
Press to go the next file when playing movie.
SLOW
Slow motion playback. Three motion settings are available.
Five slow motion levels (3/4x, 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x) are available.
Press PLAY button to resume regular playback.
AUDIO
ZOOM
Select audio channel output.
While movie is played in full screen mode, you can press the ZOOM
button to zoom in/out the image. Four zoom levels are available. Video
zoom levels:2X, 3X, 4X, 8X. Press BACK button to resume.
SUBTITLE
SETUP
Select Subtitle directly.
Enter to Setup sub-menu. Press
or
Network, System and MISC options. Press
to select Audio, Video,
to confirm or play
BACK button to resume playing.
REPEAT
Press REPEAT button to set repeat option - Chapter, Title, All or Off.
Movies Playback Options
Repeat
Repeat Chapter/Title: Play current media file repeatedly.
Repeat All: Play all media files stored inside unit repeatedly.
Repeat Off: Disable Repeat function
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Option
Use it to organize your files at file
browser.
1. Press
or
to select
the file or folder, press
to
enter.
or
2. Press
to select
Return, Rename and Delete.
Press
to enter.
Return: Exit Option menu.
Rename: Enter new name. Press OK
option to change or press
to exit.
Delete: Delete the file.
Displaying the Video Press DISPLAY button on the remote control to show the media
information
information. Press again to hide the information.
Subtitle
Press
or
or
to adjust subtitle position.
to zoom in/out the subtitle size and press
Chapter 11 Playing Music
You could listen music on your TV using the Media Player.
1. If you want to playback music, press
or
buttons to select Music or All option on the main
menu, press
2. Press
button to confirm.
or
to select the device
which the media is stored from USB or Network
and press the
3. Press
to confirm.
or
want to listen. Press
to exit.
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to select files that you
to play or press
Music Playback controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control media playback:
Button
Function
Stop
Stop the playback.
Enter/Play
Play the media files.
FR/FF
Press to fast rewind or fast forward the current playback.
Press PLAY button to resume playback.
PAUSE/STEP Press to pause current playback. Press PLAY button to resume playback.
Press to go the previous files, and press PLAY button to play.
Press to go the next file, and press PLAY button to play.
SETUP
Enter to Setup sub-menu. Press
or
to select Audio, Video,
Network, System and MISC options.
button to confirm or play BACK button to exit.
Press
REPEAT
Press
to set Repeat function - Repeat 1, All and Off.
Music Playback Options
Repeat
Repeat 1: Play current media file repeatedly.
Repeat All: Play all media files stored inside unit repeatedly.
Repeat Off: Disable Repeat function.
Option
Use it to organize your files at file
browser.
1. Press
or
to select
to
the file or folder, press
enter.
2. Press
or
to select
Return, Rename and Delete.
Press
to enter.
Return: Exit Option menu.
Rename: Enter new name. Press OK
to exit.
option to change or press
Delete: Delete the file.
Displaying the Video Press DISPLAY button on the remote control to show the media
information
information. Press again to hide the information.
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Chapter 12 Playing Photo
You could browse photos on your TV using the Media Player.
or
1. If you want to view Photos, press
buttons to select Photo or All option on the main
menu, press
button to confirm.
2. Press
or
to select the device
which the media is stored from USB or Network
and press the
3. Press
to confirm.
to select files that you
or
want to browse. Press the
to confirm.
The photo is displayed in full screen.
Photo Playback controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control media playback:
Button
Function
Stop
Stop the playback.
Enter/Play
Play the media files.
PAUSE/STEP Pause current playback. Press again to resume playback.
PREV
Press to go the previous photo file when browsing photo.
NEXT
Press to go the next photo file when browsing photo.
ZOOM
While Photo is played in full screen mode, you can press the ZOOM
button to zoom in/out the image. Four zoom levels are available. Photo
zoom levels: 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, Fit. Select Fit option to resume.
SETUP
Enter to Setup sub-menu. Press
or
Network, System and MISC options. Press
to select Audio, Video,
button to confirm or
press BACK button to resume playing.
Photo Playback Options
Rotate
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Press
or
or
or
to rotate the photo.
Option
Use it to organize your files at file
browser.
1. Press
or
to select
to
the file or folder, press
enter.
2. Press
or
to select
Return, Rename and Delete.
Press
to enter.
Return: Exit Option menu.
Rename: Enter new name. Press OK
to exit.
option to change or press
Delete: Delete the file.
Photo Slideshow
Enter MISC option to set Slideshow Time function. When the
photo is displayed in full screen mode, the slide show starts
automatically.
Transition Effect
Enter MISC option to set Photo Transition Effect function.
Photo Background
Enter MISC option to enable “Background Music” function. While
Music
listening to MP3 files, you can browse the photos at the same time.
Displaying the Video Press DISPLAY button on the remote control to show the media
information
information. Press again to hide the information.
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Chapter 13 Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
TV screen does not
◎ Video setting is not correct.
◎ Press the TV SYSTEM button to
display normally.
No power.
(All LEDs are off)
Can’t operate with
the remote control.
switch output TV system.
◎ The power plug is not properly
connected.
◎ If this device cannot be
activated by pressing
◎ Check the power connection
and plug it again.
◎ Refer to “Power Connection”
section for its solution.
button of remote control, it is
probably because the power is
off.
◎ Remote control is not pointing
toward the remote receiver.
◎ Battery is not assembled
◎ Point the remote control toward
the receiver when in operation.
◎ Check the battery direction.
properly.
Some folders are
◎ Battery became depleted.
◎ Replace the battery.
◎ These folders may be
◎ Change the attribute of these
not listed in files
“Hidden”, “Encrypted”,
manager windows.
“Compressed” or “System
folders, or create another folder.
Folder”.
Some files can’t be
played back.
◎ These files are compressed
by Windows.
◎ The formats of these files are
not supported.
◎ These files are damaged.
The SETUP MENU
appears to be in an
◎ Incorrect Menu LANGUAGE
setting.
◎ Uncompress them.
◎ Convert these files to the
supported format.
◎ Replace them with undamaged
ones.
◎ Check the Menu LANGUAGE
setting in SETUP MENU.
unrecognizable
language.
No image.
◎ Video cable is not connected.
◎ Check video connection.
◎ Incorrect video setting.
◎ Press the TV SYSTEM button to
switch output TV system.
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Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Can’t change audio
◎ This movie comes with only
◎ Check the contents.
or subtitle language
one language.
of a movie.
No audio output.
◎ Audio cable is not connected.
◎ Check audio connection.
◎ Volume is too low.
◎ Increase volume.
◎ Playing in fast forward, in
◎ Resume normal playback speed
rewinding or in slow motion.
◎ Incorrect TV audio input
channel.
by pressing
button.
◎ Some TV sets equip with
separate composite and
component audio inputs. Be
sure that you have connected
the correct one.
◎ Incorrect audio channel.
◎ Press AUDIO
button on
the remote control to select the
correct audio channel.
◎ TV set is equipped with DVI
input ports only, but these DVI
ports use HDMI connectors
◎ connect the Composite Audio
Connection or the Coaxial Audio
Connection instead.
instead of standard DVI
connectors.
The audio or
subtitle is not the
◎ This movie doesn’t come with
the selected language.
◎ Press AUDIO or SUBTITLE to
select another language.
language you have
selected.
Can’t fast forward,
rewind, slow
◎ Some movie files prohibit
these operations.
motion, step play.
Distorted booting
◎ The video output is set to
image or incorrect
720p while using the
color while
composite video output.
◎ Set the video output to NTSC or
PAL.
playback.
DVD menu
behaves incorrectly,
◎ The DVD Folder lacks some
files for this function.
◎ Press STOP button to stop
playing, and then select the
such as blank
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Problem
screen or repeated
segments.
Possible Cause
Solution
VIDEO_TS file. Press the
button to play the Main
Title directly.
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Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
The attached USE
◎ The USB device’s file system
◎ Make sure the file system is FAT
devices are not
is not supported.
or NTFS.
visible.
The media Player
◎ The network is not detected.
◎ Check your network setting.
could not connect
◎ The PC is not detected.
◎ Go to Apacer website to
your PC via
download TranscodeServer.exe.
network.
Chapter 14 Service and Support
Please contact our local distributor or our customer service center, if you have any
technical problems.
Customer Service Center: http://www.apacer.com
Chapter 15 Product Specifications
Specifications
STORAGE
USB devices
USB Flash drive / USB external HDD
File System
FAT32 or NTFS
INTERFACE
USB
USB 2.0 type A Connector
x2
LAN
10/100 Ethernet Connector
x1
AUDIO/VIDEO INTERFACE
HDMI
HDMI connector x 1
Composite output
Video + Audio R/L (3.5mm phone jack x 1)
Component Video
Y, Pb, Pr (3.5mm phone jack x 1)
MEDIA SUPPORT
Audio
Video
MP3, WAV, WMA, LPCM/PCM, AAC, OGG, Dolby Digital AC3
MPEG-1 (MPG/DAT), MPEG-2 (AVI/ISO/IFO/MPG/VOB), MPEG-4
(AVI/Xvid/ASP/AVC HD/H.264), WMV, FLV, MKV, RM/RMVB, TS, m2ts,
mts, TP, MJPEG, MOV, VC-1
Photo
JPEG, BMP, GIF (not support interlace/animation mode), TIF (Raw
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Data mode Only), PNG (not support interlace/animation mode)
DivX Subtitle
IDX/SUB, SRT, SSA, SUB, SMI
DVD Folder
DVD Menu/Audio/Subtitle
MAX CONTENT RESOLUTION
Video
1920 x 1080 pixels
JPEG
4608 x 3456 pixels
MP3
320kbps
VIDEO OUTPUT
TV
NTSC / PAL
Screen Ratio
4:3 / 16:9
Component
480p / 576p / 720p (50/60Hz) / 1080i (50/60Hz) / 1080P (50/60 Hz)
AUDIO OUTPUT
Analog Audio
Stereo
Digital Audio
HDMI LPCM/RAW DATA OUTPUT
POWER SUPPLY
Input
AC 100-240 V, 50/60Hz
Output
DC 12V, 2A
BATTERY OF REMOTE CONTROL
AAA batteries
WORKING ENVIRONMENT
5°C ~ 35°C, Humidity 8% ~ 90%
STORAGE ENVIRONMENT
0°C ~ 65°C, Humidity 5% ~ 95%
GENERAL
Dimensions
165 (L) x 160 (W) x 35 (H) mm
Weight
310g
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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