Blu-ray Disc PLAYER
Operating Instructions
Blu-ray Disc PLAYER
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly.
After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product, but this
product contains a laser diode higher than Class 1.
To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers
or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
The following caution label appears on your unit.
Location: inside of the unit
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or moisture.
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CAUTION
The STANDBY/ON switch on this unit will not
completely shut off all power from the AC outlet.
Since the power cord serves as the main disconnect
device for the unit, you will need to unplug it from
the AC outlet to shut down all power. Therefore,
make sure the unit has been installed so that the
power cord can be easily unplugged from the AC
outlet in case of an accident. To avoid fire hazard,
the power cord should also be unplugged from the
AC outlet when left unused for a long period of time
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(for example, when on vacation).
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This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims of certain
U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned
by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended
for home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
POWER-CORD CAUTION
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power
cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a
short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a
piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the
cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other
cords. The power cords should be routed such that they
are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord
can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check
the power cord once in a while. When you find it
damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized
service center or your dealer for a replacement. S002*_En
For Singapore model:
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel.
IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 10 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 10 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug
must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be obtained from your local dealer.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for your socket outlet, then the fuse shall be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of
safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue : Neutral Brown : Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows ;
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured RED.
How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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Contents
01 Before you start
What’s in the box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Putting the batteries in the remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Types of discs/files that can be played. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Playable discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Playable files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Front Panel Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
02 Connecting up
Connecting using an HDMI cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
About HDMI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
About KURO LINK function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connecting a TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connecting an AV receiver or amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connecting video and audio cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Connecting a TV using a component video cable and an audio
cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Connecting a TV using a video cable and an audio cable . . . . . . 16
Connecting an AV receiver or amplifier using audio cables . . . . 17
Connecting an AV receiver or amplifier using a digital audio
cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Network connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting via an Ethernet hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting the power cord. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
03 Getting Started
Making settings using the Setup Navigator menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Operating the TV with the player’s remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
TV Preset code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using the TOOLS menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Switching the video output terminal to be viewed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Switching the output video resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
04 Playback
Playing discs or files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Forward and reverse scanning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Playing specific titles, chapters or tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Skipping content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Playing in slow motion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Step forward and step reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Switching the camera angles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Switching the subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Switching the audio streams/channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching the secondary video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Displaying the disc information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Using the Play Mode functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Playing from a specific time (Time Search) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Playing a specific title, chapter or track (Search) . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Playing a specific section within a title or track repeatedly
(A-B Repeat). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Playing repeatedly (Repeat Play) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Playing in random order (Random Play). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
About Play Mode types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Playing from the Home Media Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Playing discs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Playing video files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Playing image files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Playing audio files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Playing in the desired order (HMG Playlist). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
05 Adjusting audio and video
Adjusting the video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Adjusting the audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Adjusting the Audio DRC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Adjusting the output level of the different speakers during
BD/DVD playback (Channel Level) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Adjusting the audio delay (Lip Sync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
06 Advanced settings
Changing the settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Operating the Initial Setup screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Stretching widescreen pictures vertically
(Anamorphic Zoom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Eliminating extraneous noise to play with high quality sound
(Pure Audio) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Restoring all the settings to the factory default settings . . . . . . .51
About the audio output settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Language Code Table and Country/Area Code Table . . . . . . . . . .53
07 Additional information
Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Cautions on use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Moving the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Place of installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Turn the power off when not using the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Condensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Cleaning the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Caution for when the unit is installed in a rack with a glass
door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Cleaning the pickup lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Handling discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Software updating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
KURO LINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
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Chapter 1
01
Before you start
What’s in the box
Remote control x 1
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
Putting the batteries in the
remote control
BNC-RCA adapter x 3
Use this to connect an RCA pin type
cable to the COMPONENT VIDEO
terminal.
1
Open the rear cover.
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
Press lightly on this
part and slide into
the direction of the
arrow.
ENTER
CLEAR
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
AA/R6 dry cell batteries x 2
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
2 Insert the batteries (AA/R6 x 2).
Insert as indicated by the / marks into the battery compartment.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
PLAY
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
VIDEO ADJUST
HDMI cable x 1
Insert the negative
() side first.
LAN cable x 1
Power cord x 1
Operating instructions (this manual)
BD PLAYER
3 Close the rear cover.
Close securely (a click should be heard).
Caution
• Do not mix new and old batteries together.
• Batteries may have different voltages, even if they look similar.
Do not use different kinds of batteries together.
• To prevent leakage of battery fluid, remove the batteries if you do
not plan to use the remote control for a long period of time (1
month or more). If the fluid should leak, wipe it carefully off the
inside of the case, then insert new batteries.
• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s
rules that apply in your country/area.
• WARNING
Do not use or store batteries in direct sunlight or other
excessively hot place, such as inside a car or near a heater. This
can cause batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. It
can also reduce the life or performance of batteries.
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Types of discs/files that can be played
Playable discs
Discs with the logo marks below indicated on the disc label, package or jacket can be played.
Logo
Disc type
BD
Application format
BDMV1
BDAV
DVD-Video
DVD VR
CD-DA
DTS-CD
DATA-DISC2
BD-ROM
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BD-R
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BD-RE
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DVD-ROM
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DVD-R
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DVD-R DL
(Dual Layer)
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DVD-RW
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DVD
DVD+R
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DVD+RW
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CD-DA
(Audio CD)
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CD
CD-R
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CD-RW
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CD-ROM
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1. Including the AVCHD format.
2. Discs on which video, image or audio files are recorded
“Blu-ray Disc” and
are trademarks.
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
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 Discs that cannot be played
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• Non-finalized (Non-closed) BD-R discs in the BDMV format
• HD DVDs
• DVD Audio discs
• DVD-RAM discs
• Non-finalized DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW discs in the DVD-Video
format and AVCHD format
• SACDs
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS
logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Advanced Digital Out are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
• Video CDs
 Playing BDs
• Non-finalized Dual Layer DVD-R discs in the DVD VR format
• Non-finalized CD-R/-RW discs
• SVCDs
• BDs (BDMV) compatible with the formats below can be played.
– Blu-ray Disc Read-Only (ROM) Format Version 2
Note
• Some discs cannot be played, even if one of the logo marks on
the previous page is indicated.
• To play 8 cm discs, set the disc in the 8 cm disc depression in
the center of the disc tray. No adapter is necessary. 8 cm BDROMs cannot be played.
 About audio formats
The following audio formats are supported on this player:
– Blu-ray Disc Recordable (R) Format Version 2 (finalize (close)
them before playing them on this player)
– Blu-ray Disc Rewritable (RE) Format Version 3
This player supports BD-ROM Profile 1 Version 1.1.
BONUSVIEW Functions such as playback of secondary video
(Picture-in-Picture) and secondary audio can be used. For
details on secondary video and secondary audio playback, refer
to the disc’s instructions.
• Dolby TrueHD
• Dolby Digital Plus
• Dolby Digital
“BONUSVIEW” is trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association.
• DTS-HD Master Audio
• DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
• DTS Digital Surround
• MPEG
• MPEG-2 AAC
• Linear PCM
To enjoy the surround sound of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus,
DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, it is
recommended to connect the player to an AV receiver or amplifier
compatible with these audio formats using an HDMI cable. After
loading a BD containing sound in one of these audio formats, select
the audio format on the menu screen.
See About the audio output settings on page 52 for the output
conditions of the different formats.
When a BD-ROM is played, additional data may be stored in the
player’s memory area (local storage). If the message indicating
low memory (local storage) appears, erase the BDMV data
(page 49).
• BDs (BDAV) compatible with the formats below can be played.
– Blu-ray Disc Recordable (R) Format Version 1
– Blu-ray Disc Rewritable (RE) Format Version 2
• Dual Layer BDs can be played.
• Video, image and audio files recorded on BDs cannot be played.
• 8 cm BD-ROMs cannot be played.
 Playing DVDs
• DVD-Video can be played.
• DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW discs recorded in the DVD-Video format
can be played (finalize them before playing them on this player).
• DVD-R/-RW discs recorded in the VR format (Video Recording
format) can be played.
This label indicates playback compatibility with DVD-RW discs
recorded in VR format (Video Recording format). However, for discs
recorded with a record-only-once encrypted program, playback can
only be achieved using a CPRM compatible device.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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• DVDs recorded in the AVCHD format can be played (finalize
them before playing them on this player).
“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Panasonic
Corporation and Sony Corporation.
• Video, image and audio files recorded on DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW
discs can be played. See Playable files below.
• Dual Layer DVDs can be played. However, non-finalized Dual
Layer DVD-R discs recorded in the VR format cannot be played
(finalize them before playing them on this player).
• HD DVD, DVD Audio and DVD-RAM discs cannot be played.
 About region numbers
Blu-ray Disc Player and BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs are assigned
region numbers according to the region in which they are sold.
 Playing discs created on computers or BD/
DVD recorders
• It may not be possible to play discs recorded using a computer
due to the application settings or computer’s environment
settings. Record discs in a format playable on this player. For
details, contact the dealer.
• It may not be possible to play discs recorded using a computer
or a BD/DVD recorder, if burn quality is not good due to
characteristics of the disc, scratches, dirt on the disc, dirt on the
recorder’s lens, etc.
Playable files
Video, image and audio files recorded on DVDs and CDs can be
played.
Caution
This player’s region numbers are:
• In DVD, only the one recorded by the ISO 9660 file system can be
played.
• BD-ROM: A
• DVD-Video: 3
Discs not including these numbers cannot be played. Discs
playable on this player are as shown below.
• Some files may not be playable.
• For some files, it may not be possible to use certain functions
during playback.
• It may not be possible to play some files, even if they have the
extension of a file playable on this player.
• BDs: A (including A) and ALL
• Files protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot be
played (not including DivX VOD files).
 Supported video file formats
• DVDs: 3 (including 3) and ALL
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 Playing CDs
• DivX
DivX is a media technology created by DivX, Inc. DivX media files
contain not only video but also advanced media features like
subtitles and alternate audiotracks, etc.
• Audio CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs) can be played.
Conform to the size under 720 x 576 pixels/720 x 480 pixels.
• Video, image and audio files recorded on CDs can be played.
See Playable files below.
DivX files encoded with GMC/Qpel option cannot be played.
• CD-R/-RW discs that are not finalized cannot be played.
• SACD, Video CD and Super VCD discs cannot be played.
• Regarding copy protected CDs: This player is designed to
conform to the specifications of the Audio CD format. This
player does not support the playback or function of discs that do
not conform to these specifications.
Only audio signals with MP3 or Dolby Digital (AC3) format are
output.
Note that files other than the ones containing DivX video cannot
be played, even if they have the extension “.avi”.
 DualDisc playback
A DualDisc is a new two-sided disc, one side of which contains DVD
content — video, audio, etc. — while the other side contains nonDVD content such as digital audio material.
The DVD side of a DualDisc can be played on this player (excluding
any DVD-Audio content).
The non-DVD, audio side of the disc is not compatible with this
player.
It is possible that when loading or ejecting a DualDisc, the opposite
side to that being played will be scratched. Scratched discs may not
be playable.
For more detailed information on the DualDisc specification, please
refer to the disc manufacturer or disc retailer.
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Official DivX® Certified product.
Plays all versions of DivX® video (including DivX® 6) with standard
playback of DivX® media files.
DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX,
Inc. and are used under license.
Note
Part Names and Functions
01
• DivX VOD files are protected by DRM. They can only be played
on registered devices.
– You may be requested by the file distributor to input the DivX
VOD registration code for authorization of the player in order
to play DivX VOD files. This player’s DivX VOD registration
code can be checked at Initial Setup  Playback  DivX
VOD  Registration Code (page 43).
Remote Control
STANDBY/ON
– The number of views is restricted for some DivX VOD files.
When such files are played on this player, the remaining
number of views is displayed. Files for which the remaining
number of views has reached 0 cannot be played (Rental
Expired is displayed). Files for which the number of views is
not restricted can be played as many times as you like (the
remaining number of views is not displayed).
 Supported image file formats
• JPEG
File format: JFIF Ver.1.02/Exif Ver.2.2
Resolution: Up to 4096 x 4096 pixels
Only baseline JPEG files are supported.
OPEN/CLOSE
1
– DivX VOD files for which the player’s DivX VOD registration
code is not authorized cannot be played (Authorization
Error is displayed).
2
4
3
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
• Windows Media™ Audio 9 (WMA9)
Bit rate: Up to 192 kbps
Sampling frequencies: 22.05 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz
17
ENTER
CLEAR
6
7
8
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
18
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
22
10
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation
and cannot be used or distributed without a license from
Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
12
19
21
ENTER
HOME
MENU
11
20
TOOLS
9
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)
Bit rate: Up to 320 kbps
Sampling frequencies: 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz
16
5
TOP MENU
 Supported audio file formats
15
TV CONTROL
RETURN
23
PLAY
13
14
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
VIDEO ADJUST
 Playable file extensions
• Video files
.divx and .avi
• Image files
.jpg and .jpeg
• Audio files
.wma and .mp3
BD PLAYER
1  STANDBY/ON
Press to turn the power on and off.
2 TV CONTROL
Your TV can be controlled using the player’s remote control
(page 21).
 – Press to turn the TV’s power on and off.
INPUT SELECT – Press to switch the TV’s input.
CH +/– – Press to select the TV channel.
VOL +/– – Press to adjust the volume.
3 AUDIO
Press to switch the audio streams/channels (page 28).
4 SUBTITLE
Press to switch the subtitles (page 27).
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5
Number buttons – Use these to select and play the title/
chapter/track you want to view or listen to and to select items
from menus.
CLEAR – Press to clear the numeric number, etc.
ENTER – Press to execute the selected item or enter a setting
that has been changed, etc.
6
SECONDARY AUDIO – When playing a BD-ROM on which
secondary audio is recorded, press to switch to the secondary
audio (page 28).
SECONDARY VIDEO – When playing a BD-ROM on which
secondary video (Picture-in-Picture) is recorded, press to switch
to the secondary video (page 28).
7 VIDEO SELECT
Press to switch the video output signal to be viewed between the one
output from the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal, the HDMI OUT (SUB)
terminal and an analog output terminal (COMPONENT VIDEO, SVIDEO or VIDEO output terminals) (page 23).
8 HOME MEDIA GALLERY
Press to display/hide the Home Media Gallery screen (page 33).
9 TOP MENU
Press to display the top menu of the BD-ROM or DVD-Video.
10 /// – Use to select items, change settings and move
the cursor.
ENTER – Press to execute the selected item or enter a setting
that has been changed, etc.
11
HOME MENU
Press to display/hide the Home Menu.
12  PLAY – Press to start playback.
 PAUSE – Press to pause playback. Press again to restart
playback.
 STOP – Press to stop playback.
 PREV/ NEXT – Press to skip to the beginning of the
previous/next title/chapter/track/file (page 26).
// – Press during playback to start reverse scanning.
While playback is paused, press for step reverse playback. Press
and hold while playback is paused for reverse slow motion
playback (pages 25 and 26).
// – Press during playback to start forward scanning.
While playback is paused, press for step forward playback.
Press and hold while playback is paused for forward slow
motion playback (pages 25 and 26).
13 RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE
Use these to navigate BD-ROM menus.
14 VIDEO ADJUST
Press to display/hide the Video Adjust menu (page 38).
15  OPEN/CLOSE
Press to open and close the disc tray.
16 FL DIMMER
Press to switch the brightness of the front panel display. The FL OFF
indicator lights when Off is selected.
17 ANGLE
Press to switch the BD-ROM or DVD-Video camera angles
(page 27).
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18 OUTPUT RESOLUTION
Use these to switch the output video resolution from the HDMI OUT
or COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals (page 23).
19 PLAY MODE
Press to display/hide the Play Mode screen (page 29).
20 POP UP MENU/MENU
Press to display the BD-ROM or DVD-Video menus.
21 DISPLAY
Press to display disc information (page 28).
22
TOOLS
Press to display/hide the TOOLS menu (page 22).
23
RETURN
Press to return to the previous screen.
Front Panel
01
2
1
3
11
10
4
9
8
5
6
7
1  STANDBY/ON
Press to turn the power on and off.
6 
Press to start playback.
2
PURE AUDIO – High quality audio signals with any extraneous
noise eliminated are output (page 51).
RESOLUTION – Press to switch the output video resolution from
HDMI OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals (page 23).
7 HDMI indicator
This lights when an HDMI-compatible device is connected to an
HDMI OUT (MAIN) or HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal (page 13).
3
Front panel display
4 Remote control sensor
Point the remote control to this, then operate it within approximately
7 m.
The player may have trouble capturing remote control signals if
there is a fluorescent light nearby. If this happens, move the player
away from the fluorescent light.
5
 OPEN/CLOSE – Press to open and close the disc tray.
/ – Press to skip to the beginning of the previous title/
chapter/track/file. Press and hold to start reverse scanning
(pages 25 and 26).
8 FL OFF indicator
This lights when Off is selected with FL DIMMER.
9
Disc tray
10 HD indicator
This lights when an HDMI cable is connected and video signals are
being output with a resolution of 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 720/50p, 1080/
24p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p or 720/60p. It also lights when a component
video cable is connected and video signals are being output with a
resolution of 1080/60i or 720/60p.
11 PURE AUDIO indicator
This lights when PURE AUDIO is set to Mode 1 or Mode 2
(page 51).
/ – Press to skip to the beginning of the next title/
chapter/track/file. Press and hold to start forward scanning
(pages 25 and 26).
 – Press during playback to pause. Press again to restart
playback.
 – Press to stop playback.
Front Panel Display
1 2
3
4
LAN
PQLS
24HZ
HDMI 1 2
CONTROL 50HZ
60HZ
8
7
6
5
1 
Lights during playback.
5 Character display
Displays the title/chapter/track number, elapsed time, etc.
2 
Lights when playback is paused.
6 24HZ/50HZ/60HZ
The frequency of the video frame or field being output lights.
3 LAN
Lights when there is an active local area network (LAN) connection
(page 18).
7 CONTROL
Lights when the KURO LINK function is activated (page 14).
4 PQLS
Lights when the PQLS function is activated (page 14).
8 HDMI 1 2
HDMI 1 lights when VIDEO SELECT is pressed and the HDMI OUT
(MAIN) terminal is selected. HDMI 2 lights when the HDMI OUT
(SUB) terminal is selected (page 23).
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Rear Panel
1
R
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
2
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
R
SURROUND
BACK
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
8
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
7
COAXIAL
6
MAIN(KURO LINK)
5
1 AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals
Connect with the multi-channel (7.1- or 5.1-channel) audio input
terminals on an AV receiver or amplifier, etc. (page 17).
To connect to the 2-channel audio input terminals on a TV, etc.,
connect to FRONT (L/R).
2 AC IN
Connect the power cord here.
3
VIDEO OUT terminals
VIDEO – Connect with the video input terminal on a TV, AV
receiver or amplifier, etc. (page 16).
S-VIDEO – Connect with the S-Video input terminal on a TV, AV
receiver or amplifier, etc. (page 16).
COMPONENT VIDEO (BNC jacks) – Connect with the
component video input terminals on a TV, AV receiver or
amplifier, etc. (page 16).
4 RS-232C terminal
This terminal is not used.
5
HDMI OUT terminals
MAIN (KURO LINK) – Connect with an HDMI-compatible TV, AV
receiver or amplifier, etc. (page 14).
SUB – Connect with an HDMI-compatible TV, projector, etc.
(page 14). This terminal outputs linear PCM 2-channel audio
signals. Do not connect an AV receiver or amplifier to this
terminal. Also note that the KURO LINK function will not work
for devices connected to this terminal (page 14).
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PR
SUB
4
PB
Y
3
6 DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL) terminals
Connect with the digital audio input terminal on an AV receiver or
amplifier, etc. (page 17).
7 LAN (100) terminal
Ethernet port for 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps) network connection
(page 18).
8 CONTROL IN terminal
Use to control this player from the remote sensor of another Pioneer
component with a CONTROL OUT terminal and bearing the 
mark. Connect the CONTROL OUT terminal of the other component
to CONTROL IN on this player using a mini-plug cord (commercially
available).
Caution
• Be sure to connect cables for outputting the audio and video
signals.
• When connected via System Control, point the remote control
toward the connected component (such as an AV receiver or
amplifier). The remote will not work correctly when pointed at
this player.
• You cannot use System Control with components that do not
have a System Control terminal or with components
manufactured by companies other than Pioneer.
Chapter 2
02
Connecting up
Be sure to turn off the power and unplug the power cord from the
power outlet whenever making or changing connections.
After connecting, make the settings at the Setup Navigator menu
according to the type of cable connected (page 19).
Also refer to the operating instructions of the device being
connected.
Connecting using an HDMI
cable
The audio and video signals can be transferred to HDMI-compatible
devices as digital signals with no loss of sound or video quality.
Note
• Make the settings at the Setup Navigator menu according to
connected HDMI-compatible device (page 19).
• The HDMI indicator on the player’s front panel lights when an
HDMI-compatible device is connected to an HDMI OUT (MAIN)
or HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal (page 11).
• 1080p video signals may not be output, depending on the HDMI
cable being used.
About HDMI
This player incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI™) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
The player supports Deep Color.
The conventional players can transmit a video signal with 8 bit color
depth in the YCbCr 4:4:4 or RGB formats, the players supporting
Deep Color can transmit a video signal with a color bit depth of
greater than 8 bits per color component. Subtle color gradations
can be reproduced when connected to a TV that supports Deep
Color.
“x.v.Color” and
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
 Audio signals that can be transferred with
the player’s HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
DTS Digital Surround
MPEG-2 AAC
Linear PCM
Linear PCM audio signals meeting the following conditions can
be output:
– Sampling frequency: 32 kHz to 192 kHz
– Number of channels: Up to 8 (up to 6 for a 192 kHz sampling
frequency)
For details, see About the audio output settings on page 52.
 About the HDMI High Speed Transmission
This player outputs 1080/50p, 1080/60p and Deep Color video
signals. If your TV supports 1080/50p, 1080/60p or Deep Color
signals, use a High Speed HDMI™ cable in order to take advantage
of the maximum performance the player and TV can offer. Also set
HDMI High Speed Transmission to On. HDMI High Speed
Transmission can be set separately for the HDMI OUT (MAIN) and
HDMI OUT (SUB) terminals (page 43).
High Speed HDMI™ cables are tested to carry signals up to 1080p.
1080/50i, 1080/50p, 720/50p, 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p and 720/
60p video signals that are capable of Deep Color can also be carried.
Note
• Set HDMI High Speed Transmission to Off when using an
HDMI cable other than a High Speed HDMI™ cable (a Standard
HDMI™ cable).
• The following restrictions apply when HDMI High Speed
Transmission is set to Off:
– Deep Color signals are not output.
This product is compatible with “x.v.Color” that have the capability
to realize a wide-gamut color space based on the xvYCC
specifications.
Playing video signals conforming to “xvYCC” standards on this
player when connected to an “x.v.Color”-compatible TV, etc.,
expands color reproduction capabilities, allowing natural colors to
be reproduced more faithfully than ever.
“x.v.Color” is a promotion name given to the products that have the
capability to realize a wide-gamut color space based on the
international standard specifications defined as xvYCC.
– If the output video resolution is set to Auto, the signals are
output with a resolution of 1080/50i or 1080/60i when TV’s
preferred resolution is 1080/50p or 1080/60p.
– If the output video resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p
when HDMI High Speed Transmission is set to Off for the
HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal, the Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD
Master Audio audio signals are output as DTS Digital
Surround or linear PCM signals. 96 kHz or 192 kHz multichannel audio signals are output as linear PCM 2-channel
audio signals (page 52).
• When an HDMI cable with a built-in equalizer is connected, it
may not operate properly.
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 When connected to a DVI device
• It is not possible to connect DVI devices (computer displays,
for example) that are not compatible with HDCP. HDCP is a
specification to protect audiovisual content across the DVI/
HDMI interface.
• No audio signals are output. Connect using an audio cable, etc.
• This player is designed for connection with HDMI-compatible
devices. When connected to a DVI device, it may not operate
properly depending on the DVI device.
About KURO LINK function
When the player is connected to a Pioneer Flat Screen TV or AV
system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) supporting the KURO LINK
function, it can be operated from the Flat Screen TV.
The input switches automatically on the Flat Screen TV and AV
system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) when playback is started on
the player or the Home Menu or the Home Media Gallery is
displayed. When the input is switched, the playback picture, the
Home Menu or the Home Media Gallery appears on the Flat Screen
TV (Auto-select function). If the Flat Screen TV’s power is being
turned off at this time, it may turn on automatically (Simultaneous
power function). When the language information from a connected
Flat Screen TV is received, you can have the player’s on-screen
display language change automatically to that of the Flat Screen TV
(Unified language function). This function is available only when
playback is stopped and the menu screen is not displayed.
Also refer to the operating instructions of the Flat Screen TV and AV
system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.).
Caution
• To use the KURO LINK function, connect the Flat Screen TV and
AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) to the HDMI OUT
(MAIN) terminal. The KURO LINK function will not work if
connected to the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal.
• The PQLS function is only activated when a Pioneer AV receiver
or amplifier compatible with the PQLS function is connected
directly to the player’s HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal using an
HDMI cable.
• The PQLS function is only activated when playing an audio CD
(CD-DA).
• The PQLS function is activated when the player is set as follows
(page 43):
KURO LINK: On
PQLS: Auto
• Also refer to the operating instructions of AV receiver or
amplifier.
Caution
• If the output video resolution is switched when playing an audio
CD (CD-DA), the PQLS function does not work. This function will
work again after playback stops and restarts.
Connecting a TV
Connect a TV to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal. Another TV or a
projector can be connected to HDMI OUT (SUB). See Connecting an
AV receiver or amplifier on page 15 to connect an AV receiver or
amplifier using an HDMI cable.
Caution
• Hold the plug when connecting and disconnecting the cable.
• Placing a load on the plug could result in faulty contact and no
video signals being output.
• The KURO LINK function will not work if connected to the HDMI
OUT (SUB) terminal. To use the KURO LINK function, connect
the TV to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Player’s rear panel
R
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
 To use the KURO LINK function
• The KURO LINK function operates when KURO LINK is set to On
for all devices connected to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Once connections and the settings of all the devices are
finished, be sure to check that the player’s picture is output to
the Flat Screen TV. (Also check after changing the connected
devices and reconnecting HDMI cables.) The KURO LINK
function may not operate properly if the player’s picture is not
properly output to the Flat Screen TV.
SURROUND
BACK
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
Y
HDMI OUT
MAIN(KURO LINK)
Match the direction of
the plug to the terminal
and insert straight.
• For some models, the KURO LINK function may be referred to as
“HDMI Control”.
 About PQLS function
The PQLS (Precision Quartz Lock System) is a transfer control
technology using the KURO LINK function. The player’s output
signals are controlled from the AV receiver or amplifier to achieve
high quality sound playback using the quartz oscillator of AV
receiver or amplifier. This eliminates the influence of the jitter
generated upon transfer which can adversely affect the sound
quality.
R
SUB
HDMI cable
(included)
• Use High Speed HDMI™ cables when using the KURO LINK
function. The KURO LINK function may not operate properly if
other HDMI cables are used.
L
It is also possible to
connect to an AV
receiver or amplifier
using an HDMI cable
(page 15).
To HDMI input terminal
Direction of
signal flow
TV
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Connecting an AV receiver or
amplifier
Connect to an AV receiver or amplifier in order to enjoy the surround
sound of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD
Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio or DTS Digital
Surround. For instructions on connecting the TV and speakers to the
AV receiver or amplifier, refer to the operating instructions of AV
receiver or amplifier.
Caution
• Hold the plug when connecting and disconnecting the cable.
• Placing a load on the plug could result in faulty contact and no
video signals being output.
• To use the KURO LINK function, connect the AV receiver or
amplifier to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal. The KURO LINK
function will not work if connected to the HDMI OUT (SUB)
terminal.
• See Stretching widescreen pictures vertically (Anamorphic Zoom)
on page 50 for instructions on viewing 2.35:1 movies with a front
projector equipped with an anamorphic lens.
 Achieving better sound quality
When connecting one TV (or projector) and AV amplifier to the
player, connect in such a way that the video and audio signals are
transferred separately in order to achieve higher quality sound.
Note
• Using the Pure Audio function provides high quality sound with
extraneous noise eliminated (page 51).
Player’s rear panel
• The HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal outputs linear PCM 2-channel
audio signals. Be sure to connect the AV receiver or amplifier to
the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
R
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
R
SURROUND
BACK
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
R
SURROUND
BACK
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
Player’s rear panel
R
02
Note
• When DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio signals are output as linear PCM signals, the DTS Digital
Surround signals are converted to linear PCM for output
(page 52).
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
Y
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
Y
MAIN(KURO LINK)
To HDMI input terminal
HDMI cable
(commercially
available)
AV receiver
or amplifier
HDMI cable
(included)
Match the direction of
the plug to the terminal
and insert straight.
PR
SUB
To HDMI input
terminal
Direction of
signal flow
To HDMI input
terminal
To HDMI input
terminal
AV receiver
or amplifier
Do not connect using
an HDMI cable.
HDMI cable
(commercially
available)
From HDMI output terminal
HDMI cable
(commercially
available)
MAIN(KURO LINK)
Match the direction of
the plug to the terminal
and insert straight.
HDMI cable
(included)
HDMI OUT
PR
SUB
TV or
projector
Projector
To HDMI input terminal
Direction of
signal flow
TV
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Connecting video and
audio cables
• Depending on the output video resolution setting, the picture
may not be output (page 23).
Connecting a TV using a video
cable and an audio cable
Note
• Make the settings in the Setup Navigator menu according to
the type of cable connected (page 19).
• To output video signals from this player, connect using one of
the following (not including when connected using an HDMI
cable): a component video cable, an S-Video cable or a video
cable.
Connecting a TV using a component
video cable and an audio cable
Caution
• Connect the player’s video output directly to your TV.
This player supports analog copy protection technology.
Therefore the picture may not be displayed properly if connected
to a TV via a DVD recorder/video deck or when playing the
player’s output material that is recorded by a DVD recorder/
video deck. Furthermore, the picture may not be displayed
properly due to the copy protection when the player is connected
to a TV with a built-in video deck. For details, contact the
manufacturer of your TV.
Player’s rear panel
Player’s rear panel
FRONT
R
R
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
SURROUND
BACK
R
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
S-VIDEO
DIGITAL OUT
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
FRONT
R
LAN(100)
CONTROL
IN
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
VIDEO
COMPONENT VIDEO
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
Y
Y
FRONT
R
SU
L
VIDEO OUT
HDMI OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
COAXIAL
L
AC IN
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
SURROUND
BACK
RS-232 C
RS-232 C
LAN(100)
R
S-VIDEO
AC IN
CONTROL
IN
L
L
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
SU
L
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
VIDEO
RS-232 C
COMPONENT VIDEO
COMPONENT VIDEO
LAN(100)
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
PR
PB
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
PR
DIGITAL OUT
PB
Y
Y
COAXIAL
COAXIAL
To audio input
terminal
Yellow
To component
video input
terminals
Video cable
(commercially available)
To audio input
terminals
It is also possible to
connect to an AV
receiver or amplifier.
Connect the audio
signals using audio
cables (7.1 channels)
or a digital audio cable
(page 17).
An S-Video cable (commercially
available) can also be used for
connection.
It is also possible to
connect to an AV
receiver or amplifier.
Connect the audio
signals using audio
cables (7.1 channels)
or a digital audio cable
(page 17).
White
Component cable or
three video cables
(commercially
available)
Red
Audio cable (commercially available)
White
Red
Audio cable (commercially available)
Use the BNC-RCA
adapter (included)
to connect an RCA
pin type cable.
To video
input
terminal
To S-Video
input
terminal
Direction of
signal flow
Direction of
signal flow
TV
TV
Note
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• When connected to the TV using a component video cable, video
signals are not output with a resolution of 1080/50i, 1080/50p,
720/50p, 1080/24p or 1080/60p.
Note
• Video signals are output with a resolution of 576/50i or 480/60i
when connected using a video cable or an S-Video cable.
Connecting an AV receiver or
amplifier using audio cables
Connecting an AV receiver or
amplifier using a digital audio cable
When connecting to a 7.1-channel compatible AV receiver or
amplifier – Connect using 4 audio cables (diagram below).
Connect either an optical digital audio cable or a coaxial digital
audio cable.
When connecting to a 5.1-channel compatible AV receiver or
amplifier – Connect using 3 audio cables (do not connect to the
surround back left and right terminals).
Player’s rear panel
R
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
SURROUND
BACK
R
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
R
SURROUND
BACK
L
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
Player’s rear panel
FRONT
FRONT
AC IN
• After connecting, set Audio Output Mode to Multi-channel
(page 43).
R
02
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
PR
SUB
PB
Y
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
PR
SUB
PB
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
SURROUND
R
L
R
VIDEO
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
PR
SUB
PB
Y
White
Red
AV receiver or amplifier
Note
• For DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
signals, the DTS Digital Surround signals are converted to linear
PCM for output (page 52).
PR
B
PB
Y
Use the BNC-RCA
adapter (included)
to connect an RCA
pin type cable.
To component video input
terminals
Component cable or
three video cables
(commercially
available)
Direction of
signal flow
COAXIAL
To coaxial digital audio
input terminal
To component video input
terminals
OPTICAL
To optical digital audio
input terminal
Component cable or
three video cables
(commercially
available)
Use the BNC-RCA adapter
(included) to connect an
RCA pin type cable.
Audio cable
(commercially
available)
Audio cable
(commercially available)
Audio cable
(commercially
available)
Audio cable
(commercially
available)
To multi-channel
audio input
terminals
COMPONENT VIDEO
DIGITAL OUT
Coaxial digital cable
(commercially available)
VIDEO OUT
L
Optical digital cable
(commercially available)
S-VIDEO
SURROUND
BACK
RS-232 C
LAN(100)
VIDEO
Y
LAN(100)
R
VIDEO OUT
RS-232 C
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
Direction of
signal flow
AV receiver or amplifier
Note
• Dolby TrueHD signals are output as Dolby Digital signals or
signals converted from Dolby TrueHD to linear PCM (page 52).
• Dolby Digital Plus signals are output as Dolby Digital signals or
signals converted from Dolby Digital to linear PCM (page 52).
• DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
signals are output as the DTS Digital Surround signals or
signals converted from DTS Digital Surround to linear PCM
(page 52).
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Network connection
The player’s software can be updated over the Internet (page 50).
Connect an Ethernet hub (or a router with hub functionality) that is
connected to the Internet to the player.
Be sure to use a 100BASE-TX compatible Ethernet hub or router.
Caution
• Use only the included LAN cable to connect this player’s
LAN (100) terminal to a network.
Connecting via an Ethernet hub
• Pioneer is not responsible for any malfunction of the player due
to communication error/ malfunctions associated with your
network connection and/or your connected equipment. Please
contact your Internet service provider or network device
manufacturer.
Connecting the power
cord
Connect the power cord after all the connections between devices
have been completed.
Player’s rear panel
If you already operate one or more PCs on a local area network, you
can integrate this player by connecting it to the Ethernet hub using
a LAN cable.
R
FRONT
SUB WOOFER
L
CENTER
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
SURROUND
BACK
R
AUDIO OUT ( 7.1 ch )
R
SURROUND
L
R
SURROUND
BACK
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
LAN(100)
CONTROL
IN
FRONT
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
DIGITAL OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
Player’s rear panel
R
SUB WOOFER
L
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
SUB
PR
PB
Y
L
AC IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
RS-232 C
CONTROL
IN
LAN(100)
DIGITAL OUT
URROUND
BACK
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN(KURO LINK)
PR
SUB
PB
L
Y
AC IN
LAN(100)
CONTROL
IN
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
OUT
VIDEO
COAXIAL
Power cord (included)
LAN cable (included)
3
LAN
2
1
WAN
Ethernet hub
(router with hub functionality)
Internet
Modem
LAN(10/100)
To wall outlet

PC
Note
• If there is an available DHCP server in your local area network,
the IP address is obtained automatically. Otherwise, set IP
address manually (page 48).
• For some Internet service providers, you may have to set the
individual network configuration manually. In this case, see
page 48.
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Getting Started
Making settings using the
Setup Navigator menu
Be sure to perform these settings when using the player for the first
time.
When a Pioneer Flat Screen TV that is compatible with KURO LINK
is connected to this player’s HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal, language
settings are imported from the Pioneer Flat Screen TV’s language
settings before Setup Navigator begins.
4 Select and set the video and audio output terminals.
Select the actually connected video and audio output terminals.
Use /// to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Caution
• Before turning on the power, check that the connections
between the player and other devices are correct. Also, turn on
the power of the devices connected to the player before turning
on the player’s power.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
1 Turn on the TV’s power and switch the input.
See the TV’s operating instructions for instructions on operating the
TV.
If TV Control is set, the TV can be operated with the player’s remote
control (page 21).
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select the output terminals to be used for
the video and audio signals of this player.
2 Turn on the player’s power.
Press  STANDBY/ON.
Video
HDMI MAIN
Audio
STANDBY/ON
RETURN
OPEN/CLOSE
Use [
press [
HDMI MAIN
][
][
] to select video or audio, then
] to select the output terminal.
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
VOL
 If the Setup Navigator menu is not
displayed
3 Select the OSD language.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
HDMI SUB
HDMI OUT (SUB)
COMPONENT/S/
VIDEO
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
HDMI MAIN
HDMI OUT (MAIN)
DIGITAL AUDIO
DIGITAL OUT
ANALOG AUDIO
AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)
COAXIAL
Caution
ENTER
HOME
MENU
HDMI OUT (MAIN)
OPTICAL
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Output terminal name
HDMI MAIN
Audio
 Press
HOME MENU to display the Home Menu, select
Initial Setup  Setup Navigator  Start, then press ENTER.
Setting item
Video
Check that the Setup Navigator menu is displayed.
RETURN
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Please select the on-screen display language.
• The video and audio signals output from the set output terminals
are output synchronously (lip synchronization).
• When HDMI MAIN or DIGITAL AUDIO is selected at Audio,
linear PCM audio signals (2 channels) are output from all
terminals other than the ones selected at Audio.
• When ANALOG AUDIO is selected at Audio, no audio signals
are output from the HDMI OUT or DIGITAL OUT terminals.
• The HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal outputs linear PCM 2-channel
audio signals. HDMI SUB cannot be selected for Audio. To
listen to the device connected to the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal,
select HDMI MAIN.
Audio, subtitle and BDMV/DVD-Video menu
language will also be set.
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For steps 5 to 8, the step to which you should proceed depends
on the combination of the Video and Audio settings.
5 Select and set the HDMI High Speed Transmission setting
for the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
7 Select the output video resolution from the COMPONENT
VIDEO output terminals.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select the output video resolution at the
Component video terminal.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
If you select [Source Direct], the output
resolution is determined according to the
video format of the playing source.
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select the HDMI High Speed Transmission setting for HDMI MAIN.
Off
On
For details on the resolution settings, see Switching the output video
resolution on page 23.
8 Select the aspect ratio of your TV.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select the screen aspect ratio to match
your TV.
Normally select [On] (Recommended).
Select [Off] if the video or audio of HDMI-connected
was not output in the test output.
When HDMI High Speed Transmission for the HDMI OUT (MAIN)
terminal is set to On, use a High Speed HDMI™ cable. The picture
and sound may not be output properly if any other HDMI cable (for
example a standard HDMI™ cable) or an HDMI cable with built-in
equalizer is used.
6 Select and set the HDMI High Speed Transmission setting
for the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
9 Check the settings.
Select Proceed, then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select [Proceed] if you want to start testing
your audio and video settings.
Proceed
RETURN
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Select the HDMI High Speed Transmission setting for HDMI SUB.
On
Off
Normally select [On] (Recommended).
Select [Off] if the video or audio of HDMI-connected
was not output in the test output.
When HDMI High Speed Transmission for the HDMI OUT (SUB)
terminal is set to On, use a High Speed HDMI™ cable. The picture
and sound may not be output properly if any other HDMI cable (for
example a standard HDMI™ cable) or an HDMI cable with built-in
equalizer is used.
10 Output test tones.
Use / to select Yes, then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
The test tone will be output.
Reduce the volume to an appropriate level.
Yes
No
The video and/or audio may not be output under certain setup.
The setup menu comes back in 30 seconds.
Caution
• The screen in step 11 and test tones are output simultaneously
according to the settings in steps 4 to 8. Lower the volume of the
devices connected with the player.
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11 Finish the Setup Navigator menu.
Use / to select Finish, then press ENTER.
2
Check that the TV can be operated.
STANDBY/ON
Setup Navigator
BD PLAYER
Setup is complete!
Go Back
Finish
The setup menu comes back in 30 seconds.
To redo the settings from the start, select Go Back.
Depending on the output terminal setting of step 4 or the HDMI
cable being used, it may happen that no picture and/or sound is
output. If this happens, the setup returns to step 4 if there is no
operation for over 30 seconds. Once the setup returns to step 4, redo
the settings according to the connected devices and the HDMI
cable being used.
Operating the TV with the
player’s remote control
When the manufacturer code for your brand of TV is set on the
player’s remote control, the TV can be operated using the player’s
remote control.
Caution
• For some models it may not be possible to operate the TV with
the player’s remote control, even for TVs of brands listed on the
manufacturer code list.
• The setting may be restored to the default after the batteries are
replaced. If this happens, reset it.
1 Input the 2-digit manufacturer code.
Press the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the code while pressing
TV CONTROL .
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
ENTER
CLEAR
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
Note
• The factory setting is PIONEER 00.
• If you make a mistake when inputting the code, release TV
CONTROL  then start over from the beginning.
• When there are multiple codes for a manufacturer, try inputting
them in the indicated order until the TV can be operated.
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OPEN/CLOSE
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
VOL
TV Preset code list
Manufacturer Code(s)
PIONEER 00, 31, 32, 07, 36, 42, 51
ACURA 44
ADMIRAL 31
AIWA 60
AKAI 32, 35, 42
AKURA 41
ALBA 07, 39, 41, 44
AMSTRAD 42, 44, 47
ANITECH 44
ASA 45
ASUKA 41
AUDIOGONIC 07, 36
BASIC LINE 41, 44
BAUR 31, 07, 42
BEKO 38
BEON 07
BLAUPUNKT 31
BLUE SKY 41
BLUE STAR 18
BPL 18
BRANDT 36
BTC 41
BUSH 07, 41, 42, 44, 47, 56
CASCADE 44
CATHAY 07
CENTURION 07
CGB 42
CIMLINE 44
CLARIVOX 07
CLATRONIC 38
CONDOR 38
CONTEC 44
CROSLEY 32
CROWN 38, 44
CRYSTAL 42
CYBERTRON 41
DAEWOO 07, 44, 56
DAINICHI 41
DANSAI 07
DAYTON 44
DECCA 07, 48
DIXI 07, 44
DUMONT 53
ELIN 07
ELITE 41
ELTA 44
EMERSON 42
ERRES 07
FERGUSON 07, 36, 51
FINLANDIA 35, 43, 54
FINLUX 32, 07, 45, 48, 53, 54
FIRSTLINE 40, 44
FISHER 32, 35, 38, 45
FORMENTI 32, 07, 42
FRONTECH 31, 42, 46
FRONTECH/PROTECH 32
FUJITSU 48
FUNAI 40, 46, 58
GBC 32, 42
GE 00, 01, 08, 07, 10, 11, 17, 02, 28, 18
GEC 07, 34, 48
GELOSO 32, 44
GENERAL 29
GENEXXA 31, 41
GOLDSTAR 10, 23, 21, 02, 07, 50
GOODMANS 07, 39, 47, 48, 56
GORENJE 38
GPM 41
GRAETZ 31, 42
GRANADA 07, 35, 42, 43, 48
GRADIENTE 30, 57
GRANDIN 18
GRUNDIG 31, 53
HANSEATIC 07, 42
HCM 18, 44
HINARI 07, 41, 44
HISAWA 18
HITACHI 31, 33, 34, 36, 42, 43, 54, 06, 10,
24, 25, 18
HUANYU 56
HYPSON 07, 18, 46
ICE 46, 47
IMPERIAL 38, 42
INDIANA 07
INGELEN 31
INTERFUNK 31, 32, 07, 42
INTERVISION 46, 49
ISUKAI 41
ITC 42
ITT 31, 32, 42
JEC 05
JVC 13, 23
KAISUI 18, 41, 44
KAPSCH 31
KENDO 42
KENNEDY 32, 42
KORPEL 07
KOYODA 44
LEYCO 07, 40, 46, 48
LIESENK&TTER 07
LOEWE 07
LUXOR 32, 42, 43
M-ELECTRONIC 31, 44, 45, 54, 56, 07,
36, 51
MAGNADYNE 32, 49
MAGNAFON 49
MAGNAVOX 07, 10, 03, 12, 29
MANESTH 39, 46
MARANTZ 07
MARK 07
MATSUI 07, 39, 40, 42, 44, 47, 48
MCMICHAEL 34
MEDIATOR 07
MEMOREX 44
METZ 31
MINERVA 31, 53
MITSUBISHI 09, 10, 02, 21, 31
MULTITECH 44, 49
NEC 59
NECKERMANN 31, 07
NEI 07, 42
NIKKAI 05, 07, 41, 46, 48
NOBLIKO 49
NOKIA 32, 42, 52
NORDMENDE 32, 36, 51, 52
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OCEANIC 31, 32, 42
ORION 32, 07, 39, 40
OSAKI 41, 46, 48
OSO 41
OSUME 48
OTTO VERSAND 31, 32, 07, 42
PALLADIUM 38
PANAMA 46
PANASONIC 31, 07, 08, 42, 22
PATHO CINEMA 42
PAUSA 44
PHILCO 32, 42
PHILIPS 31, 07, 34, 56, 68
PHOENIX 32
PHONOLA 07
PROFEX 42, 44
PROTECH 07, 42, 44, 46, 49
QUELLE 31, 32, 07, 42, 45, 53
R-LINE 07
RADIOLA 07
RADIOSHACK 10, 23, 21, 02
RBM 53
RCA 01, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 61, 62, 09
REDIFFUSION 32, 42
REX 31, 46
ROADSTAR 41, 44, 46
SABA 31, 36, 42, 51
SAISHO 39, 44, 46
SALORA 31, 32, 42, 43
SAMBERS 49
SAMSUNG 07, 38, 44, 46, 69, 70
SANYO 35, 45, 48, 21, 14, 91
SBR 07, 34
SCHAUB LORENZ 42
SCHNEIDER 07, 41, 47
SEG 42, 46
SEI 32, 40, 49
SELECO 31, 42
SHARP 02, 19, 27, 67, 90
SIAREM 32, 49
SIEMENS 31
SINUDYNE 32, 39, 40, 49
SKANTIC 43
SOLAVOX 31
SONOKO 07, 44
SONOLOR 31, 35
SONTEC 07
SONY 04
SOUNDWAVE 07
STANDARD 41, 44
STERN 31
SUSUMU 41
SYSLINE 07
TANDY 31, 41, 48
TASHIKO 34
TATUNG 07, 48
TEC 42
TELEAVIA 36
TELEFUNKEN 36, 37, 52
TELETECH 44
TENSAI 40, 41
THOMSON 36, 51, 52, 63
THORN 31, 07, 42, 45, 48
TOMASHI 18
TOSHIBA 05, 02, 26, 21, 53
TOWADA 42
ULTRAVOX 32, 42, 49
UNIDEN 92
UNIVERSUM 31, 07, 38, 42, 45, 46, 54
VESTEL 07
VICTOR 13
VOXSON 31
WALTHAM 43
WATSON 07
WATT RADIO 32, 42, 49
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 07
YOKO 07, 42, 46
ZENITH 03, 20
Using the TOOLS menu
2 Select and set the item.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
Note
• Items that cannot be changed are displayed in gray. The items
that can be selected depend on the player’s status.
 To change the setting of the selected item
Use / to change.
 To close the TOOLS menu
Press
TOOLS or
RETURN.
 TOOLS menu item list
Item
Description
Play from Beginning
Play the selected title, track or file from the
start.
Slideshow
Play a slideshow of the image files on the
selected disc or folder.
Play Mode
Display the Play Mode screen (page 29).
Video Adjust
Display the picture quality adjustment screen
(page 38).
Secondary Video
Switch the BD-ROM’s secondary video
(Picture-in-Picture) (page 28).
Switch the subtitles (page 27).
Angle
Various functions can be called out according to the player’s
operating status.
Switch the BD-ROM/DVD-Video disc’s camera
angles (page 27).
Rotate
Rotate the image while playing a slideshow
(page 35).
1
Anamorphic Zoom
Use to view 2.35:1 movies with a front projector
equipped with an anamorphic lens (page 50).
Audio Adjust
Display the audio adjustment menu (page 39).
Audio
Switch the audio streams/channels (page 28).
Secondary Audio
Switch the BD-ROM’s secondary audio
streams/channels (page 28).
Now Playing
Display the playback screen of the currently
playing track or file.
Original/Play List
Switch the DVD-R/-RW’s (VR format) list
screen between the original list and the
playlist.
Add to HMG Playlist
Add the selected track or file to the HMG
Playlist (page 36).
Display the TOOLS menu.
TOOLS.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
BD PLAYER
TOOLS
En
RETURN
Subtitle
Press
22
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Angle
Audio
Subtitle
Audio Adjust
Video Adjust
Delete from HMG Playlist Delete the selected track or file from the HMG
Playlist (page 37).
Output Video Resolution Switch the output video resolution from the
various output terminals (page 23).
Switching the video output
terminal to be viewed
Use the procedure below to switch the video output signal to be
viewed between the one output from the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal,
the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal and an analog output terminal
(COMPONENT VIDEO, S-VIDEO or VIDEO output terminals).
The settings below are valid for the selected video output terminal.
• The output video resolution (below)
• The Lip Sync function (page 40)
Press VIDEO SELECT.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
• The current video output terminal is displayed on the TV screen
and on the player’s front panel display.
To switch the video output terminals, press VIDEO SELECT
again or press /.
Example:
Video Output Terminal
Output video resolution setting of
selected video output terminal

HDMI MAIN (Source Direct)

Caution
• The picture may not be displayed for a while when the video
output terminal is switched.
• Depending on the player’s settings, the picture of a TV
connected to a terminal other than the selected video output
terminal may not be properly displayed.
• When Pure Audio is set to Mode 2, no picture will be output
from any video output terminal other than the selected one
(page 51).
Switching the output
video resolution
Use the procedure below to switch the output video resolution from
the various video output terminals.

Press OUTPUT RESOLUTION.
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
Video resolution of the
currently playing disc
Example:
Output Video Resolution
03

Auto

Source : 1080/50i
Current Output : 1080/50i
Output video resolution
from the player
• The output video resolution setting can also be switched by
pressing RESOLUTION on the player’s front panel.
• The output video resolution setting can also be switched by
selecting Output Video Resolution from the TOOLS menu.
• The Pure Audio function (page 51)

• The output video resolution depends on the video output
terminal. (page 24)
Caution
• On some devices (TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.), the video or
audio may not be output properly when the resolution is
switched. If this happens, use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to set a
resolution at which the video and audio are properly output.
• When video signals are being output with a resolution of 1080/
50i, 1080/50p, 720/50p, 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p or 720/60p
from the HDMI OUT terminals or COMPONENT VIDEO output
terminals, the picture may be output with an aspect ratio of 16:9,
even if the TV Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard).
• The picture may not be displayed for a while when the resolution
is switched.
 About the frame/field frequency and NTSC/
PAL TV systems
By factory default setting, the frame/field frequency is set for an
output of 50 Hz, and the video signal output from the S-VIDEO and
VIDEO output terminals is set to be output in the PAL TV system
format. When sources with a frame/field frequency of 60 or 24 Hz
are played, the output frame/field frequency automatically switches
to 60 Hz (or 24 Hz for HDMI, depending on the setting), and the TV
system format for the video signal output from the S-VIDEO and
VIDEO output terminals is set to NTSC on PAL TV. When playback
is stopped, the frame/field frequency and TV system settings remain
at the settings last used. The frame/field frequency and TV system
settings do not change even when the power is turned off. They only
switch when a video material with a different frame/field frequency
is played.
If the picture is not displayed on the TV when a source with a
different frame/field frequency is played, use the procedure below to
switch the frame/field frequency and TV system settings for the
signal output from the player.
Eject the disc, then press the  OPEN/CLOSE button on the front
panel while pressing the  button to switch to a different frame/field
frequency. The frame/field frequency switches between 50 Hz and
60 Hz each time this operation is performed. The indicator for the
frame frequency’s current setting lights on the front panel display
(page 11).
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
• The current output video resolution setting is displayed on the
TV screen and on the player’s front panel display.
To switch the output video resolution, press OUTPUT
RESOLUTION again or press /.
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 About Film material
The film material is a video signal with a frame rate of 24 frames/
second. For example, these materials include 1080/24p, 720/24p,
etc.
• When Auto is selected, the picture is output at 60 frames/
second if your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p signals.
Video resolution of the
currently playing disc
Example:
Auto
Output Video Resolution
Caution
• 1080/24p signals can only be output from the HDMI OUT
terminals. They cannot be output from other video terminals.
• When 1080/24p or Source Direct is selected, the signals are
output as such, even if your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p
signals. If the picture is not displayed properly, use OUTPUT
RESOLUTION to set an output video resolution at which the
video and audio signals are properly output.
Source : 1080/24p
Current Output : 1080/24p
Output video resolution
from the player
• Even if Auto, 1080/24p or Source Direct is selected, 720/24p
video signals are output at 60 frames/second.
 To output film material
To output 1080/24p film material from HDMI OUT terminals, set the
output video resolution to either Auto, 1080/24p or Source Direct.
• When 1080/24p is selected, the motion may be unnatural or the
picture may not be clear, depending on the source. In this case,
set the resolution to something other than 1080/24p.
 About the output video resolution
The resolution setting and the resolution of the picture that is actually output differ for the different terminals. See the table below.
The table below shows the output video resolution for the different terminals when the frame/field frequency of the playback source is 50 Hz
on the upper line, the resolutions when the source’s frame/field frequency is 60 Hz and 24 Hz on the lower line.
Output video
resolution
setting
HDMI MAIN, HDMI SUB1
COMPONENT/S/VIDEO1
—
HDMI OUT terminals
COMPONENT VIDEO
output terminals2
HDMI OUT terminals
COMPONENT VIDEO
output terminals2
S-VIDEO/
VIDEO output
terminal2
(TV system)
Auto3
Resolution preferred by
TV4,5
576/50i
480/60i
—
—
576/50i
480/60i
PAL
6
576i or 480i
576/50i
576/50i
576/50i
480/60i
480/60i
480/60i
576/50p
576/50p
576/50p
480/60p
480/60p
480/60p
720/50p
576/50p
576/50p
720/60p
720/60p
720/60p7
1080/50i
576/50p
576/50p
1080/60i
1080/60i
1080/60i7
1080/50p8
—
—
—
—
Resolution recorded on
disc9,11,12
Resolution recorded on
disc9,11,12
576p or 480p
720p
1080i
1080p3
1080/60p8
1080/24p3
1080/50i
1080/24p5,9,10
Source Direct
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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Resolution recorded on
disc5,9,11
The video output terminal set at Video in the Setup Navigator (page 19) or the video output terminal selected with VIDEO SELECT (page 23).
Depending on the BD, the pictures may not be output.
This cannot be selected when the video output terminal is set to COMPONENT/S/VIDEO.
The pictures are output with the preferred output resolution of the device (TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) connected to the selected video output terminal.
However, if devices are connected to both HDMI MAIN and HDMI SUB, the pictures are output with a resolution which both devices support. If the devices
connected to HDMI MAIN and HDMI SUB support different resolutions, turn off the power of the device not being used so that the picture is output with the
optimum resolution for the device to be viewed.
For details on the output of film material (1080/24p or 720/24p video signals), see To output film material on page 24.
Depends on the NTSC on PAL TV setting (page 42).
DVD-Video or DVD VR format may be output at 480/60p. BDs format may be output at 480/60p. At this time, the video signals from the HDMI OUT terminals are
output at the same resolution of 480/60p as the video signals output from the COMPONENT VIDEO terminals.
Depending on the connected HDMI cable, the video signals may not be output.
Depending on the connected TV, the video signals may not be output.
Sources recorded in 480/60p, 720/60p or 720/24p are output at 1080/60i.
720/24p film material is output at 720/60p.
1080/24p film material is output at 1080/60i.
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Playback
Playing discs or files
This section describes the player’s main operations.
For the types of discs that can be played, see Playable discs on
page 6. For the types of files that can be played, see Playable files on
page 8. Video, image and audio files recorded on discs are played
with Home Media Gallery (page 33).
 If the disc menu is displayed
For some discs, the disc menu is displayed automatically when
playback starts. The contents of the disc menu and the way to
operate differ from disc to disc.
 Resuming playback from where it was
stopped (resume playback function)
• When  STOP is pressed during playback, the point at which
the disc stopped is stored in the memory. When  PLAY is
pressed, playback resumes from that point.
1 Press  STANDBY/ON to turn on the power.
Turn the TV’s power on and switch its input beforehand.
STANDBY/ON
• For audio CDs and audio files, playback starts from the
beginning of the track/file that was playing.
OPEN/CLOSE
• If the stop mode was set while playing a slideshow of image files,
playback starts from the image file last displayed.
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
VOL
• To cancel the resume playback function, press  STOP while
playback is stopped.
2 Press  OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray and load the
disc.
STANDBY/ON
Note
OPEN/CLOSE
• The resume playback function is canceled automatically in the
following cases:
TV CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
CH
– When the disc tray is opened.
VOL
– When the file list window is switched.
– When the power is turned off. (For BDs and DVDs this does
not cancel the resume playback function.)
Note
• The resume playback function cannot be used for some discs.
• Load the disc with the printed side facing up.
• Several dozen seconds are required to read the disc.
Once reading is completed, the type of disc is
displayed on the player’s front panel display.
3
Forward and reverse scanning
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
Press  PLAY to play the disc.
PLAY
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
1
Video files
Image files
Audio files
During playback, press  or .
To pause, press  PAUSE during playback.
PLAY
To stop, press  STOP during playback.
Note
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
• Some discs start playing automatically when the disc tray is
closed.
• The scanning speed switches each time the button is pressed.
The speed steps depend on the disc or file (the speed is
displayed on the TV screen).
• DVD-Video discs have parental lock features. Input the
password registered in the player’s settings to unlock the
parental lock. For details, see page 47.
• Forward or reverse scanning is also possible by holding the
button down. Normal playback resumes when the button is
released.
• For some BD-R/-RE, playback protection is set for the disc or
titles. Input the code number set for the disc to unlock the
protection.
• Check Troubleshooting on page 63 if video or audio signals are
not being output properly.
Note
• No sound is output when scanning BDs, DVDs and video files.
• Sound is output when scanning audio CDs and audio files.
• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when
the chapter switches.
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 To resume normal playback

Playing in slow motion
Press  PLAY.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
Playing specific titles, chapters or
tracks

BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
Video files
Image files
Audio files
While playback is paused, press and hold /
Video files
Image files
Audio files
or
/.
PLAY
PREV
 Input the number of the title, chapter or track you want to
play.
• Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press
ENTER.
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
• The speed switches each time the button is pressed (the speed
is displayed on the TV screen). The speed steps depend on the
disc or file.
Note
• It is not possible to switch the speed during reverse slow motion
playback.
• No sound is output during slow motion playback.
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when
the chapter switches.
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
• Reverse slow motion playback is not possible with video files.
• There are some discs for which slow motion playback is not
possible.
Note
• For some discs, it is not possible to specify and play titles,
chapters or tracks.
• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.

Skipping content
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD

 To resume normal playback
Press  PLAY.
Step forward and step reverse
Video files
Image files
Audio files
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
Press  PREV or  NEXT.

PLAY
PREV
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
Video files
Image files
Audio files
While playback is paused, press /
or
/.
PLAY
PREV
• When  NEXT is pressed, the playback skips ahead to the
beginning of the next title/chapter/track/file.
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
• The picture moves a step forward or reverse each time the
button is pressed.
• When  PREV is pressed, the playback skips back to the
beginning of the currently playing title/chapter/track/file. Press
twice to skip back to the beginning of the previous title/chapter/
track/file.
Note
• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when
the chapter switches.
Note
• Reverse step playback is not possible with video files.
• There are some discs for which skipping is not possible.
• There are some discs for which step forward/reverse playback is
not possible.
 To resume normal playback

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Press  PLAY.
Switching the camera angles
• The subtitles can also be switched by selecting Subtitle from
the TOOLS menu.
For BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs on which multiple angles are
recorded, the angles can be switched during playback.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD

Note
• In some cases the subtitle may switch or the switching screen
provided on the disc may be displayed immediately, without the
current subtitle or the total number of subtitles recorded on the
disc being displayed.
Video files
Image files
Audio files
• The types of recorded subtitles depend on the disc and file.
During playback, press ANGLE.
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
• If the subtitles are not switched when SUBTITLE is pressed,
switch them from the menu screen.
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
 Turning the subtitles off

• The current angle and total number of recorded angles are
displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel
display.
To switch the angles, press ANGLE again or press /.
Example:
Current angle/Total number of
recorded angles
1/4
Angle
• The angles can also be switched by selecting Angle from the
TOOLS menu.
Press SUBTITLE, then press CLEAR.
 About displaying external subtitle files
while playing DivX media files
In addition to the subtitles recorded in DivX media files, this player
also supports the display of external subtitle files. If a file has the
same name as a DivX media file aside from the file extension and the
extension is one of the extensions listed below, the file is treated as
an external subtitle file. Note that DivX media files and external
subtitle files must be located in the same folder.
Only one external subtitle file can be displayed on this player. Use a
computer, etc., to delete any external subtitle files you do not want
to display from the disc.
.srt, .sub, .txt, .smi, .ssa, .ass
Note
• For some discs, the angle can also be switched on the menu
screen.
• Angle mark
is displayed for scenes at which multiple
angles are recorded if Angle/Secondary Indicator is set to On
(page 43).
Switching the subtitles
If the language code is specified for the external subtitle file, the
subtitles are displayed with the font corresponding to that language
code. If no language code is specified, the subtitles are displayed
with the font corresponding to the language code set at Subtitle
Language (page 44). The same font is used for the all the languages
in each of the groups below.
Group 1
Afrikaans(af/afr), Basque(eu/eus), Catalan(ca/cat), Danish(da/dan),
Dutch(nl/nld), English(en/eng), Faroese(fo/fao), Finnish(fi/fin),
French(fr/fra), Galician(gl/glg), German(de/deu), Guarani(gn/grn),
Icelandic(is/isl), Irish(ga/gle), Italian(it/ita), Latin(la/lat),
Norwegian(no/nor), Portuguese(pt/por), Rhaeto-Romance(rm/roh),
Scots-Gaelic(gd/gla), Spanish(es/spa), Swahili(sw/swa), Swedish(sv/
swe), Zulu(zu/zul)
Group 2
Albanian(sq/sqi), Croatian(hr/hrv), Czech(cs/ces), Hungarian(hu/
hun), Polish(pl/pol), Romanian(ro/ron), Slovak(sk/slk), Slovenian(sl/
slv)
Group 3
Belarusian(be/bel), Bulgarian(bg/bul), Macedonian(mk/mkd),
Moldavian(mo/mol), Russian(ru/rus), Serbian(sr/srp), Ukrainian(uk/
ukr)
Group 4
Greek(el/ell)
Group 5
Estonian(et/est), Kurdish(ku/kur), Turkish(tr/tur)
For discs or files on which multiple subtitles are recorded, the
subtitles can be switched during playback.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
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Video files
Image files
Audio files
During playback, press SUBTITLE.
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
Note
• The current subtitle and total number of recorded subtitles are
displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel
display.
To switch the subtitle, press SUBTITLE again or press /.
Example:
Subtitle
• Depending on the file, the external subtitles may not be
displayed properly.
Current subtitle/Total number of
recorded subtitles

1/2 English

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Switching the audio streams/
channels
For discs or files on which multiple audio streams/channels are
recorded, audio streams/channels can be switched during
playback. Also use this procedure to switch the secondary audio for
BD-ROMs on which secondary audio is recorded.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD

Video files
Image files
Audio files
Switching the secondary video
Use the procedure below to switch the secondary video (Picture-inPicture) recorded on the BD-ROM.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD

Video files
Image files
Audio files
During playback, press SECONDARY VIDEO.
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
During playback, press AUDIO.
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
ANGLE FL DIMMER
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
• The current secondary video stream and total number of
recorded secondary video streams are displayed on the TV
screen and on the player’s front panel display.
To switch the secondary video streams, press SECONDARY
VIDEO again or press /.
Example:
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
• The current audio stream/channel and total number of recorded
audio streams/channels are displayed on the TV screen and on
the player’s front panel display.
To switch the audio streams/channels, press AUDIO again or
press /.
• The secondary video streams can also be switched by selecting
Secondary Video from the TOOLS menu.
Note
• To switch the secondary audio, press SECONDARY AUDIO.
• In some cases the secondary video may switch or the switching
screen provided on the disc may be displayed immediately,
without the current secondary video or the total number of
secondary video streams recorded on the disc being displayed.
Current audio stream/Total number
of recorded audio streams
Audio
Dolby True HD
Audio type
2/2 English
96kHz 7.1ch L C R Ls Rs Lb Rb LFE
Number of
channels
• Some BD-ROMs do not include secondary video.
• Secondary video mark
is displayed for scenes at which
secondary video is recorded if Angle/Secondary Indicator is
set to On (page 43).
Channels recorded
on disc
• The audio streams/channels can also be switched by selecting
Audio or Secondary Audio from the TOOLS menu.
Note
• The types of recorded audio streams/channels depend on the
disc and file.
 Turning the Secondary Video off

• In some cases the secondary audio may switch or the switching
screen provided on the disc may be displayed immediately,
without the current secondary audio or the total number of
secondary audio streams recorded on the disc being displayed.
• Some BD-ROMs do not include secondary audio.
• Secondary audio mark
is displayed for scenes at which
secondary audio is recorded if Angle/Secondary Indicator is
set to On (page 43).
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Press SECONDARY VIDEO, then press CLEAR.
Displaying the disc information
BD
DVD
AVCHD
CD
• If the audio stream/channel is not switched when AUDIO is
pressed, switch it from the menu screen.
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Secondary Video
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
Example:
Current secondary video stream/Total number
of recorded secondary video streams

Video files
Image files
Audio files
Press DISPLAY.
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
TOOLS
 Turning the Secondary Audio off
The disc information appears on the TV screen. The information
switches each time the button is pressed.

The information display differs during playback and when playback
is stopped.
Press SECONDARY AUDIO, then press CLEAR.
Using the Play Mode
functions
3 Input the time.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the time.
04
Use / to move the cursor.
Playing from a specific time (Time
Search)
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play
Mode screen.
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
TOOLS
TOP MENU
POPUP MENU
MENU
ENTER
TOOLS
TOP MENU
HOME
MENU
The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode
from the TOOLS menu.
2 Select Time Search.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.

Time Search
TOOLS
TOP MENU
2
:
4
5
:
0
0
Search
Note
RETURN
• To play from 45 minutes, input 0, 0, 4, 5, 0 and 0, then press
ENTER.
• To play from 1 hour 20 minutes, input 0, 1, 2, 0, 0 and 0, then
press ENTER.
Play Mode
Time Search
Title Search
Chapter Search
A-B Repeat
Repeat/Random
1

ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.
4 Starting playback from the specified time.
Use / to select Search, then press ENTER.
 Closing the Play Mode screen
Press PLAY MODE or
HOME MENU.
Note
• There are some discs for which Time Search is not available.
Playing a specific title, chapter or
track (Search)
1
Press PLAY MODE to display the Play Mode screen.
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
TOOLS
The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode
from the TOOLS menu.
2 Select the type of search.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
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1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play
Mode screen.
See the table on page 32 for the search types.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
ENTER
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
HOME
MENU
RETURN
TOOLS
TOP MENU
The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode
from the TOOLS menu.
Play Mode
2 Select A-B Repeat.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Time Search
Title Search
Chapter Search
A-B Repeat
Repeat/Random
Play Mode
3 Input the number.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number.
Use / to move the cursor.
Time Search
Title Search
Chapter Search
A-B Repeat
Repeat/Random
3 Select the starting point for A-B Repeat.
Use / to select A (Start), then press ENTER.
A-B Repeat
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
A (Start)
B (End)
Off
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
4 Select the end point for A-B Repeat.
Use / to select B (End), then press ENTER.
POPUP MENU
MENU
A-B Repeat playback starts.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
 To cancel A-B Repeat play
• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR.
RETURN
Note

Title Search
0 3 2
• There are some discs for which A-B Repeat play is not available.
Title
Search

4 Starting playback from the specified title, chapter or track.
Use / to select Search, then press ENTER.
Note
• A-B Repeat play is canceled in the following cases:
– When the angle is switched (for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
discs only).
– When you search outside the repeat range.
– When you start other Repeat Play or Random Play.
Playing repeatedly (Repeat Play)
• To search for title 32, input 0, 3 and 2, then press ENTER.
• There are some discs for which searching is not available.
• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.
Playing a specific section within a
title or track repeatedly (A-B
Repeat)
Use this procedure to play the currently playing disc, title, chapter,
track or file repeatedly.
1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play
Mode screen.
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
Use this procedure to play a specific section within a title or track
repeatedly.
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TOP MENU
TOOLS
The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode
from the TOOLS menu.
2 Select Repeat/Random.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Playing in random order (Random
Play)
04
Use this procedure to play the tracks or files in random order.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play
Mode screen.
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
Play Mode
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
Time Search
Title Search
Chapter Search
A-B Repeat
Repeat/Random
TOOLS
TOP MENU
The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode
from the TOOLS menu.
3 Select the type of Repeat Play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Select Repeat/Random.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
See the table on page 32 for the types of Repeat Play.
Repeat/Random
ENTER
HOME
MENU
Off
Repeat Title
Repeat Chapter
RETURN
Play Mode
 To cancel Repeat Play
• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER.
Time Search
Track Search
A-B Repeat
Repeat/Random
• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR.
Note
• There are some discs and files for which Repeat Play is not
available.
• The type of repeat modes depends on the disc and file being
played. See the table on page 32.
• Repeat Play is canceled in the following cases:
– When the angle is switched (for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
discs only).
– When you search outside the repeat range.
– When you start other Repeat Play or Random Play.
3 Select the Random Play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Repeat/Random
Off
Repeat All
Repeat Track
Random Track
 To cancel Random Play
• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER.
• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR.
Note
• There are some discs and files for which Random Play is not
available.
• Random Play is canceled in the following cases:
– When you use the search function.
– When you start Repeat Play.
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About Play Mode types
The functions that can be used differ according to the type of disc and file. In some cases, some of the functions cannot be used. Check the
usable functions on the table below.
Disc/file type
Play Mode type
Repeat Play
Random Play Search
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Mark1
BD-ROM2
DVD-R
DVD-RW
BD-R
BD-RE
DVDVideo2
(VR format)
AVCHD
Video file
Image
file
Audio
file
Audio CD
Playing a specific section within a
title or track repeatedly (A-B Repeat)









Playing a title repeatedly (Title
Repeat)









Playing a chapter repeatedly
(Chapter Repeat)









Playing a track or file repeatedly
(Track Repeat)









Playing all the titles, tracks or files
on the disc repeatedly (All Repeat)



3

4
4
5
6
Playing the tracks or files in random
order (Random Track)









Playing the tracks or files in random
order (Random File)









Playing from a specific time (Time
Search)
—









Playing a specific title (Title Search)
—









Playing a specific chapter (Chapter
Search)
—









Playing a specific track (Track
Search)
—









The type of Play Mode is indicated by the mark.
For BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs, some of the functions cannot be used with some titles.
The original titles are played repeatedly. However, the playlist titles cannot be played repeatedly.
The files in the folder are played repeatedly.
The files in the folder or HMG Playlist are played repeatedly.
The tracks in the disc or HMG Playlist are played repeatedly.
Playing from the Home
Media Gallery
The Home Media Gallery lets you display a list of the titles, tracks or
files recorded on the disc. The discs that can be played from the
Home Media Gallery are as shown below (see also page 6).
• BD-R/-RE discs
• DVDs recorded in VR format
• Audio CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs)
• DVDs/CDs on which only data files of video, image or audio files,
etc. are recorded
3 Select the title or track to be played.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
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BD-R BDAV
My Favorite TV Program
1 Morning serial drama
2 News at noon
3 Evening movie
4 Midnight variety show
5 Playback protection
6 World heritage
7 Drama: Blank time
8 Music and us
10 items
Title Total : 0 h 54 m 30 s
Recording Date : 11/11/2008
Original
Playback starts.
 Closing the Home Media Gallery
Playing discs
Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY or
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
HOME MENU.
Note
• When playing an audio CD (CD-DA or DTS-CD), the Now Playing
screen is displayed.
• Some BD-R/-RE discs have playback protection. To cancel the
protection, input the password set for the disc.
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from Home Menu then pressing ENTER.
Playing video files
2 Select the disc.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
• To play DVD-R/-RW (VR format) playlists, switch to the playlist
using the Original/Play List command on the TOOLS menu
(page 22).
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
ENTER
HOME
MENU
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
RETURN
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
BD-R BDAV
HMG Playlist
TOOLS
TOP MENU
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from Home Menu then pressing ENTER.
2 Select the disc.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
DVD-RW
HMG Playlist
Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.
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3 Select Movies.
Use / to select Movies, then press ENTER.
Note
• It may take a few seconds before playback starts. This is normal.
DVD-RW
• It may not be possible to play some files properly.
• The number of views may be restricted (page 8).
Movies
Photos
Music
Playing image files
View available movies.
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
4 Select Folders or All Movies.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
Movies
DVD-RW
Folders
All Movies
POPUP MENU
MENU
• Folders – The files in the selected folder are displayed.
• All Movies – All the recorded files are displayed.
DISPLAY
TOOLS
TOP MENU
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from the Home Menu then pressing ENTER.
2 Select the disc.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
If you have selected All Movies, proceed to step 6.
5 Select the folder containing the file you want to play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Folders
DVD-RW/Movies
Movie Folder001
Movie Folder002
Movie Folder003
Movie Folder004
Movie005.divx
Movie006.divx
Movie007.divx
Movie008.divx
DVD-RW
HMG Playlist
Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.
3 Select Photos.
Use / to select Photos, then press ENTER.
15 items
DVD-RW
A list of the files and folders in the selected folder is displayed.
6 Select and set the file you want to play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Movie Folder001
DVD-RW/Movies/Folders
Movie001.divx
Movie002.divx
Movie003.divx
Movie004.divx
Movie005.divx
Movie006.divx
Movie007.divx
Movie008.divx
20 items
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RETURN
Playback starts from the selected file, and continues until the end of
the list is reached. Use / to play the previous or next file.
Movies
Photos
Music
View available photos.
 Rotating images
4 Select Folders or All Photos.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
• Folders – The files in the selected folder are displayed.
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Press ANGLE while playing a slideshow.
• All Photos – All the recorded files are displayed.
Photos
DVD-RW
INPUT
SELECT
CH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VOL
ANGLE FL DIMMER
Folders
All Photos
• The image rotates each time the button is pressed (90° 
180°  270°  0°  ...).
The image can also be rotated by selecting Rotate from the TOOLS
menu.
Playing audio files
If you have selected All Photos, proceed to step 6.
5 Select the folder containing the file you want to play.
Use /// to select, then press ENTER.
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
TOOLS
TOP MENU
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
RETURN
Folders
DVD-RW/Photos
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from Home Menu then pressing ENTER.
2 Select the disc.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
25 items
RETURN
Folder Name : My Folder
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
A list of the files and folders in the selected folder is displayed.
6 Select and set the file you want to play.
Use /// to select, then press ENTER.
CD-ROM
HMG Playlist
My Folder
DVD-RW/Photos/Folders
Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.
3 Select Music.
Use / to select Music, then press ENTER.
99 items
File Name : HDPhoto.jpg
Resolution : 1920 × 1080
Date/Time : 2008/7/1 PM0:01
A slideshow starts from the selected file, and continues until the end
of the list is reached. Use / to display the previous or next
file.
CD-ROM
Movies
Photos
Music
 About Slideshow
A display of the files on the disc or in the folder that switches
automatically.
View available music.
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4 Select Folders or All Songs.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
• Folders – The files in the selected folder are displayed.
Playing in the desired order (HMG
Playlist)
• All Songs – All the recorded files are displayed.
The discs that can add tracks and files to the HMG (Home Media
Gallery) Playlist are as shown below.
Music
CD-ROM
• Audio CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs)
Folders
All Songs
• DVDs/CDs on which audio files are recorded
 Adding tracks/files
Use this procedure to add tracks and files, and create the HMG
Playlist.
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
If you have selected All Songs, proceed to step 6.
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
5 Select the folder containing the file you want to play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Folders
CD-ROM/Music
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from Home Menu pressing ENTER.
Music Folder001
Music Folder002
Music Folder003
Music Folder004
Music005.mp3
Music006.mp3
Music007.mp3
Music008.mp3
2 Select the disc.
Load the disc beforehand.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
15 items
ENTER
A list of the files and folders in the selected folder is displayed.
HOME
MENU
6 Select and set the file you want to play.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
Music Folder001
CD-ROM/Music/Folders
Music001.mp3
Music002.mp3
Music003.mp3
Music004.mp3
Music005.mp3
Music006.mp3
Music007.mp3
Music008.mp3
CD-ROM
HMG Playlist
Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.
20 items
Playback starts from the selected file, and continues until the end of
the list is reached. Use / to play the previous or next file. The
Now Playing screen (shown below) is displayed.
3 Select the track/file to be added.
Use / to select.
Folders
CD-ROM/Music
Currently playing
file
Music001.mp3
Music002.mp3
Music003.mp3
Music004.mp3
Music005.mp3
Music006.mp3
Music007.mp3
Music008.mp3
Music 001.mp3
Play
0.02.33
0.05.34
DATA DISC
Elapsed time
Total file playing
time
15 items
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RETURN
4
Press
TOOLS to display the TOOLS menu.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
2 Select HMG Playlist.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
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POPUP MENU
Home Media Gallery
BD PLAYER
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
CD-ROM
HMG Playlist
ENTER
5 Select Add to HMG Playlist.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Folders
CD-ROM/Music
Display the HMG Playlist.
Music001.mp3
Music002.mp3
Music003.mp3
Music004.mp3
Music005.mp3
Music006.mp3
BD PLAYER
TOOLS Music007.mp3Play from Beginning
Music008.mp3Add to HMG Playlist
Now Playing
15Items
3 Select the track/file to be played.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
HMG Playlist
CD-ROM
The track or file selected in step 3 is added to the HMG Playlist.
To add more tracks or files, repeat steps 3 to 5.
 To add the currently playing track/file to
the HMG Playlist
 While the track/file is playing, press
the TOOLS menu.

TOOLS to display
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Track15.mp3
Track07.mp3
Track03.mp3
Track16.mp3
Track08.mp3
Track05.mp3
Track10.mp3
Track03.mp3
21 items
Playback starts from the selected track/file, and continues until the
end of the list is reached. Use / to play the previous or next
track/file. The Now Playing screen (shown below) is displayed.
Currently playing
track/file
Use / to select Add to HMG Playlist, then press ENTER.
Music 001.mp3
Play
Note
0.02.33
0.05.34
HMG
DATA DISC
• A maximum of 24 tracks/files can be added to the HMG Playlist.
Elapsed time
Total track/file
playing time
• The HMG Playlist is cleared in the following cases:
– When the power is turned off.
– When the disc tray is opened.
 Playing the HMG Playlist
1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media
Gallery.
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
 Deleting tracks/files from the HMG Playlist
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
Press  STOP to stop playback. When playback of an audio CD is
stopped, the Now Playing screen turns off. When playback of an
audio file is stopped, the HMG Playlist screen reappears.
TOOLS
The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home
Media Gallery from Home Menu pressing ENTER.
 Select the track/file to be deleted, then press
display the TOOLS menu.
TOOLS to
 Use / to select Delete from HMG Playlist, then press
ENTER.
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Chapter 5
Adjusting audio and video
Adjusting the video
The quality of the playback picture can be adjusted according to the
TV you are using.
2 Select the item to be adjusted.
Use / to select.
Video Adjust [ Memory1 ]
Prog. Motion
Motion
1 During playback, press VIDEO ADJUST to display the Video
Adjust screen.
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
VIDEO ADJUST
The Video Adjust screen can also be displayed by selecting Video
Adjust from the TOOLS menu.
2
Select a preset.
Still
Auto1
Pure Cinema
YNR
Off
Max
CNR
Off
Max
BNR
Off
Max
MNR
Off
Max
Sharpness High
Soft
Soft
Fine
Sharpness Mid
Soft
Soft
Fine
3 Adjust the picture quality.
When / are pressed, the adjustments can be made viewing the
picture. The detailed settings screen reappears when ENTER is
pressed.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Prog. Motion
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
Select using / according to the TV being used.
Video Adjust
PDP
Adjustments
• LCD – Select this when connected to a liquid crystal display TV.
• PDP – Select this when connected to a plasma TV of another
brand.
• Pioneer PDP – Select this when connected to a Pioneer plasma
TV.
Motion
Still
• Prog.Motion – Adjust according to the type of image (moving
or still image). This is effective mainly when outputting video
materials as progressive images.
• Pure Cinema – This setting optimizes the operation of the
progressive scanning circuit for playing film materials. Normally
set it to Auto1. If the picture seems unnatural, switch this to
Auto 2, On or Off (page 39).
• YNR – Reduces noise in the luminance (Y) signal.
• CNR – Reduces noise in the chroma (C) signal.
• BNR – Reduces the block noise (block-shaped distortion
generated upon MPEG compression).
• MNR – Reduces the mosquito noise (distortion along the
contours of the picture generated upon MPEG compression).
• Projector – Select this when connected to a front projector.
• Sharpness High – Adjusts the sharpness of the high-frequency
(detailed) elements in the picture.
• Professional – With this setting, video signal processing is
restrained. Select this when connected to a professional
monitor.
• Sharpness Mid – Adjusts the sharpness of the mid-frequency
(less detailed) elements in the picture.
• Memory1 to 3 – Picture quality settings with adjusted
parameters can be stored in the memory. For a description of
the parameters, see When Memory1, 2 or 3 is selected below.
 When Memory1, 2 or 3 is selected
1 Select Adjustments.
Use  to select Adjustments, then press ENTER.
A detailed settings screen appears.
• Detail – Adjusts the picture’s contours.
• White Level – Adjusts the level of the white portions.
• Black Level – Adjusts the level of the black portions.
• Black Setup – Select the black level as the setup level. Normally
select 0 IRE. If the black is too dense and all the dark colors are
displayed in a uniform black due to the combination with the
connected TV, select 7.5 IRE.
• Gamma Correction – Adjusts how the dark portions of the
picture look.
• Hue – Adjusts the balance between green and red.
• Chroma Level – Adjusts the density of the colors.
Note
• Prog.Motion and Pure Cinema have the effect only for pictures
recorded in the interlaced scan format (576i/480i or 1080i
signals).
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• Prog.Motion is disabled when Pure Cinema is set to On.
• Black Setup has the effect only for pictures output from the
VIDEO and S-VIDEO output terminals, and for NTSC signals
output.
• The items below do not apply to video signals output from the
VIDEO and S-VIDEO output terminals, nor to 480i/576i video
signals output from the COMPONENT VIDEO output terminal
(except when the Output Video Resolution is set to 480i/576i
(page 23)).
–
–
–
–
Sharpness High
Detail
Black Level
Hue
–
–
–
–
3 Select and set Audio DRC.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Audio Adjust
Audio DRC
Channel Level
Lip Sync
4
Adjust the setting.
Sharpness Mid
White Level
Gamma Correction
Chroma Level
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
 Closing the Video Adjust screen
Press
05
HOME
MENU
RETURN
HOME MENU.
Use / to switch between Off, Low, Medium, High and Auto.
 About Pure Cinema
Audio DRC
Off
There are two types of video signals:
• Video material – Video signals recorded at 25 or 30 frames/
second
• Film material – Video signals recorded at 24 frames/second
“Pure Cinema” uses signal processing suited for “film material”
when converting 576i/480i or 1080i interlaced video signals into
progressive video signals, resulting in clear picture reproduction
without losing the quality of the material.
 Closing the Audio DRC screen
Press ENTER or
HOME MENU.
Note
• This only affects the Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby
Digital audio signals of BDs, DVDs and video files.
is displayed on the disc information screen when playing the
“film material” pictures of BD-ROM, BD-R/-RE and DVD-Video discs
(page 28).
• When Auto is selected, the setting has the same effect as High
or Off for Dolby TrueHD signals, depending on the content. For
Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Digital, the setting has the same
effect as Off.
Adjusting the audio
• Audio DRC affects the audio signals output from the following
audio output terminals:
Adjusting the Audio DRC
– Analog audio signals output from the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)
terminals.
– Linear PCM audio signals output from the DIGITAL OUT
terminals or HDMI OUT terminals.
Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) has the effect of playing loud
sounds softly and soft sounds loudly. Adjust the setting for example
when viewing movies late at night and the dialogs are difficult to hear.
1
During playback, display the TOOLS menu.
Press
TOOLS.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
• The effect may be weak for some discs.
Adjusting the output level of the
different speakers during BD/DVD
playback (Channel Level)
Caution
ENTER
• Channel Level of the speakers set to None or No at Speaker
Setup cannot be adjusted (page 45).
2 Select and set Audio Adjust.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
1
During playback, display the TOOLS menu.
Press
TOOLS.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
HOME
MENU
BD PLAYER
TOOLS
POPUP MENU
MENU
ENTER
TOOLS
TOP MENU
RETURN
Audio
Subtitle
Audio Adjust
Video Adjust
Secondary Audio
ENTER
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2 Select and set Audio Adjust.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
During playback, display the TOOLS menu.
Press
TOOLS.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
BD PLAYER
TOOLS
RETURN
Audio
Subtitle
Audio Adjust
Video Adjust
Secondary Audio
ENTER
2 Select and set Audio Adjust.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
3 Select and set Channel Level.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
Audio Adjust
Audio DRC
Channel Level
Lip Sync
BD PLAYER
TOOLS
Audio
Subtitle
Audio Adjust
Video Adjust
Secondary Audio
4 Adjust the output level.
Use / to select, / to adjust.
The output levels of the L, C, R, SL, SR, SBL, SBR and SW speakers
can be adjusted within the range of –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB.
L
C
R
SR
SBR
SBL
SL
SW
5
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
3 Select and set Lip Sync.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Audio Adjust
Audio DRC
Channel Level
Lip Sync
4 Select Auto or Manual.
Use / to select.
Lip Sync
Auto
Press ENTER to set.
Note
• The adjustment of Channel Level is only applicable to the sound
output from AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch).
• This cannot be adjusted when in the following cases:
– Output Terminal is set to HDMI MAIN or DIGITAL AUDIO
(page 42).
• Auto – The player automatically adjusts the timing of the video
and audio when connected to a device equipped with the HDMI
Auto Lipsync Correction feature using an HDMI cable.
• Manual – Adjust manually while viewing the video.
If you have selected Manual, proceed to step 5.
5 Adjusting the amount of audio delay.
Press , then use / to adjust.
– Audio Output Mode is set to 2 Channel (page 43).
Lip Sync
Manual
– Channel Level is set to Fix (page 43).
 Closing the Channel Level screen
100 ms
0
Press
50
100
150
200
250
HOME MENU.
The audio delay can be adjusted from 0 to 250 ms in steps of 5 ms.
Adjusting the audio delay (Lip
Sync)
Adjust the audio delay for the selected video output terminal if the
video and audio are not synchronized.
Note
• The Lip Sync adjustment is only applicable to the output
terminal set at Output Terminal (page 42).
• The sound may be interrupted while setting the delay.
 Closing the Lip Sync screen
Press ENTER or
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Chapter 6
Advanced settings
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Changing the settings
Operating the Initial Setup screen
1
When playback is stopped, display the Home Menu screen.
Press
HOME MENU.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
PLAY
2 Select and set Initial Setup.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
HOME MENU
BD PLAYER
Home Media Gallery
Initial Setup
3 Select the item and change the setting.
Use /// to select, then press ENTER.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
TV Aspect Ratio
4:3 Video Out
DVD 16:9 Video Out
NTSC on PAL TV
16:9 (Widescreen)
Full
Letter Box
Off
 Closing the Initial Setup screen
Press
HOME MENU.
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Note
• Items that cannot be changed are indicated in gray. The items that can be selected depend on the player’s status.
• In Options, the factory default settings are indicated in bold.
Video Out
Setting
Options
Explanation
TV Aspect Ratio
16:9 (Widescreen)
Select this when connected to a wide (16:9) TV.
4:3 Video Out
4:3 (Standard)
Select this when connected to a conventional TV.
Full
4:3 pictures are displayed over the entire screen.
Normal
4:3 pictures are displayed with vertical black bars along the sides. Select this when you
cannot switch the aspect ratio to 4:3 on the TV.
4:3 Video Out is only valid when TV Aspect Ratio is set to16:9 (Widescreen).
DVD 16:9 Video Out
Letter Box
16:9 pictures are displayed with black bars at the top and bottom when viewing on a 4:3
screen.
Pan & Scan
The picture is displayed over the entire screen, with the left and right sides of the 16:9
picture cropped. Select this to view 4:3 pictures over the entire screen. For some discs, the
picture will be displayed in the Letter Box mode even if Pan & Scan is set.
• DVD 16:9 Video Out is only valid when TV Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard).
• DVD 16:9 Video Out is only valid when playing 16:9 pictures of DVD-Video discs. When other 16:9 pictures are played, they are output in the Letter Box
mode.
NTSC on PAL TV
On
Select this when connected to a PAL-only TV. The picture is displayed correctly on the PALonly TV even when playing a source with a frame/field rate other than 50 Hz.
Off
Select this when connected to an NTSC-compatible TV.
Many recent PAL TVs support the input of NTSC signals, in which case this can be set to Off. Also check your TV’s operating instructions.
Audio Out
Output Terminal
HDMI MAIN
Select this to output audio signals from the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
DIGITAL AUDIO
Select this to output audio signals from the DIGITAL OUT terminals.
ANALOG AUDIO
Select this to output audio signals from the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
• The optimum audio signals for the audio format and the player’s settings are output from the output terminal(s) set here.
• When HDMI MAIN or DIGITAL AUDIO is selected at Output Terminal, linear PCM audio signals (2 channels) are output from all terminals other than
the ones selected at Output Terminal.
• When ANALOG AUDIO is selected at Output Terminal, no audio signals are output from the HDMI OUT or DIGITAL OUT terminals.
• To listen to the device connected to the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal, select HDMI MAIN and turn off the power of the device connected to the HDMI
OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Dolby Digital Out
Dolby Digital 1
* Only valid for the DIGITAL OUT
terminals.
Dolby Digital 2
Dolby Digital  PCM
DTS Out
DTS 1
* Only valid for the DIGITAL OUT
terminals.
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Dolby Digital audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the signals are output without
mixing the secondary audio and interactive audio signals.
Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with Dolby
Digital audio signals. The Dolby Digital audio signals are converted into linear PCM audio
signals for output.
DTS Digital Surround audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the secondary audio and
interactive audio are mixed for output.
DTS Digital Surround audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the signals are output
without mixing the secondary audio and interactive audio signals.
DTS  PCM
Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with DTS
Digital Surround audio signals. The DTS Digital Surround audio signals are converted into
linear PCM audio signals for output.
AAC Out
AAC
* Only valid for the DIGITAL OUT
terminals.
AAC  PCM
Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is compatible with AAC audio
signals. The AAC audio signals are output.
DTS Downmix
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Dolby Digital audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the secondary audio and interactive
audio are mixed for output.
Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with AAC
audio signals. The AAC audio signals are converted into linear PCM audio signals for
output.
Stereo
DTS-HD Master Audio signals, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals or DTS Digital
Surround audio signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are converted into 2-channel
(stereo) signals for output.
Lt/Rt
DTS-HD Master Audio signals, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals or DTS Digital
Surround audio signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are converted into 2-channel
signals compatible with Dolby Surround for output (when the connected AV receiver or
amplifier, etc., is compatible with Dolby Pro Logic, the AV receiver or amplifier outputs the
linear PCM audio signals as surround audio signals).
Speakers
Setting
Options
Explanation
Audio Output Mode
* Only valid for the AUDIO OUT
(7.1 ch) terminals.
2 Channel
Select this when the TV’s analog 2-channel (stereo) audio input terminals are connected to
the player’s AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
Multi-channel
Select this when the multi-channel audio input terminals of an AV receiver or amplifier, etc.,
are connected to the player’s AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
Speaker Setup
* Only valid for the AUDIO OUT
(7.1 ch) terminals.
Set whether or not speakers are connected to the AV receiver or amplifier, as well as the size of the speakers. For
details, see Changing the speaker setup on page 45.
Speaker Distance
* Only valid for the AUDIO OUT
(7.1 ch) terminals.
Specify the distance of your speakers from your listening position (page 45).
Channel Level
* Only valid for the AUDIO OUT
(7.1 ch) terminals.
Fix
The output for the various speakers is set to the maximum.
Variable
The output level of the various speakers is set within the range of –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB (in 0.5
dB steps) (page 45).
HDMI MAIN/HDMI SUB
HDMI High Speed Transmission
On
Select this when connected with a High Speed HDMI™ cable (page 13).
Off
Select this when connected with a Standard HDMI™ cable (page 13).
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The player’s setting screen is closed if the output video resolution is switched by changing the HDMI High Speed Transmission setting.
HDMI Color Space
Auto
Select this to automatically switch the video output between YCbCr and RGB signals
according to the connected equipment.
YCbCr 4:4:4
Select this to output the video signals as YCbCr 4:4:4 signals.
YCbCr 4:2:2
Select this to output the video signals as YCbCr 4:2:2 signals.
RGB (16 to 235)
Select this to output the video signals as RGB signals. Choose this if the colors seem too
dense and all the dark colors are displayed in a uniform black when RGB (0 to 255) is
selected.
RGB (0 to 255)
Select this to output the video signals as RGB signals. Choose this if the colors seem too
faint and the black seems too bright when RGB (16 to 235) is selected.
Normally it is recommended to set this to Auto. When set to Auto, the optimum video signals for your TV are output.
Auto
The signals are output with as many audio channels as possible. In cases when the number
of channels does not decrease when the signals are output as such without converting
them to linear PCM, they are output as such (page 52).
PCM
Select this when you want the secondary audio and interactive audio signals to be mixed
for output or when you want to output prioritizing sampling frequency over the number of
channels (page 52).
PQLS
* HDMI MAIN only.
Auto
Enables PQLS function (page 14).
Off
Disables PQLS function (page 14).
KURO LINK
* HDMI MAIN only.
On
Select this to control the player with the remote control of the AV device connected using
an HDMI cable. Also refer to About KURO LINK function on page 14.
Off
Select this when you do not want to control the player with the remote control of the AV
device connected using an HDMI cable.
Field
This eliminates instability of the picture when playback is paused.
HDMI Audio Out
* HDMI MAIN only.
Playback
Still Picture
Angle/Secondary Indicator
Frame
This makes pictures clear when playback is paused, but instability may be observed.
Auto
Field or Frame is switched automatically according to the disc or file being played.
On
Select this to display the angle mark, secondary video mark and secondary audio mark on
the TV screen (pages 27 and 28).
Off
Select this if you do not want to display the angle mark, secondary video mark and
secondary audio mark on the TV screen.
DivX VOD
Registration Code
Displays the player’s registration code required to play DivX VOD files (page 9).
Hybrid Disc Playback
BD
The BD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and DVD or CD) is played.
DVD
The DVD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and DVD) is played. If there is no
DVD layer, the BD layer is played.
CD
The CD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and CD) is played. If there is no CD
layer, the BD layer is played.
Remove the disc from the disc tray when changing the setting.
BDMV/BDAV Playback Priority
BDMV
Select this to play the BDMV format on BD-R/-RE discs containing both BDMV and BDAV
formats.
BDAV
Select this to play the BDAV format on BD-R/-RE discs containing both BDMV and BDAV
formats.
Remove the disc from the disc tray when changing the setting.
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Language
Setting
Options
Explanation
OSD Language
English
Select this to set the language of the on-screen displays to English.
available languages
Choose a language for the on-screen displays from the listed languages.
Audio Language
English
* For some discs, it may not be
available languages
possible to change to the selected
language.
Other
Select this to set both the BD-ROM and DVD-Video default audio language to English.
Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default audio language for BD-ROM
and DVD-Video playback.
Continue to the next screen to set the default audio language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 53 for
the code table).
If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.
English
Subtitle Language
* For some discs, it may not be
possible to change to the selected available languages
language.
Other
Select this to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback to
English.
Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default subtitle language for BDROM and DVD-Video playback.
Continue to the next screen to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 53 for
the code table).
If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.
BDMV/DVD-Video Menu Lang.
w/Subtitle Language
* For some discs, it may not be
possible to change to the selected available languages
language.
Other
Sets the language of BD-ROM and DVD-Video menus to the same as that set for the subtitle
language.
Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default language for BD-ROM and
DVD-Video menus.
Continue to the next screen to set the default menu language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
menus. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 53 for
the code table).
If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.
Subtitle Display
Parental Lock
DVD-Video Parental Lock
Off
Select this if you do not want to display the subtitles. Note that on some discs the subtitles
are displayed by force.
Change the player’s parental lock level (page 47).
Network
BDMV Parental Lock
Change the restricted age (page 47).
Country Code
Change the Country/Area code (page 48).
IP Address
Select this to set the IP address of the player and DNS server (page 48).
Proxy Server
Only set the proxy server if so instructed by your Internet service provider (page 48).
Options
Display Network Configuration
Select this to display a list of the network settings (page 49).
Connection Test
Select this to test the network connection (page 49).
On Screen Display
On
Select this to display the operation indicators (Play, Stop, etc.) on the TV screen.
Off
Select this if you do not want to display the operation indicators (Play, Stop, etc.) on the TV
screen.
On
The screen saver is automatically activated if there is no operation for over 1 minute after
playback is stopped or paused.
The screen saver is automatically activated if there is no operation for over 1 minute after
the Home Menu or Home Media Gallery is displayed while playing a BD or DVD.
With audio CDs and audio files, the screen saver is automatically activated if no button is
operated for over 1 minute, even while the audio CD or audio file is playing.
The screen saver turns off when an operation is performed on the player or remote control.
Off
The screen saver is not activated.
On
Select this to turn the power off automatically (the power turns off automatically if no
operation is performed for over 30 minutes).
Off
Select this if you do not want the power to turn off automatically.
Auto Power Off
En
Select this to display the subtitles.
Set Password (Change Password) Register (change) the password for parental lock settings or for unlocking to play DVD-Video with parental lock feature
(page 46).
Screen Saver
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BDMV Data Erase
When a BD-ROM is played, additional data may be stored in the player’s memory (local storage). If the message
indicating low memory (local storage) appears, erase the BDMV data (page 49).
Software Update
The Software Update function can check for and download updated system software from the network server
(page 50).
Setup Navigator
Start making the settings using the Setup Navigator menu. For details, see Making settings using the Setup Navigator
menu on page 19.
 Changing the speaker setup
Set whether or not speakers are connected to the AV receiver or
amplifier, as well as the size of the speakers. This setting is only valid
for the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
Caution
• The Speaker Setup cannot be selected when Audio Output
Mode is set to 2 Channel. Change the setting to Multi-channel
(page 43).
1 Select and set Speakers  Speaker Setup  Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Select the speaker and change the setting.
Use / to select, then use / to change the setting.
Speaker Setup
BD PLAYER
L/R
Large
C
Large
SL/SR
Large
SBL/SBR
Large
SW
Yes
• L/R (front left and right speakers): Large/Small
• C (center speaker): Large/Small/None
• SL/SR (left and right surround speakers): Large/Small/None
• SBL/SBR (left and right surround back speakers): Large/Small/
None
• SW (subwoofer): Yes/No
Note
• Depending on the combination of settings of the different
speakers, the settings of speakers other than the one you have
changed may also change automatically.
 Adjusting the distance of the different
speakers
Adjust the distance between you and the different speakers. This
setting is only valid for the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
2 Select the speaker and adjust the distance.
Use / to select, then use / to adjust.
Speaker Distance
BD PLAYER
L
C
R
SR
SBR
SBL
SL
SW
• Speaker Distance of the speakers set to None or No at Speaker
Setup cannot be adjusted (above).
1 Select and set Speakers  Speaker Distance  Next
Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
3.00 m
• The distance of all the speakers can be set to between 0.01 m
and 9.00 m, in units of 0.01 m.
 Adjusting the output level of the different
speakers (Channel Level)
Adjust each output level of the different speakers by using test tones.
This setting is only valid for the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.
Caution
• This cannot be selected when Audio Output Mode is set to 2
Channel. Change the setting to Multi-channel (page 43).
• Channel Level of the speakers set to None or No at Speaker
Setup cannot be adjusted (above).
• Test tones are output. Lower the volume of the device connected
to the player.
1 Select and set Speakers  Channel Level, then Fix or
Variable.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
• Fix – The output level of all the speakers is set to the maximum.
• Variable – The output level of all the speakers is set 6.0 dB lower
than when Fix is selected. From this point, the output levels of
the L, C, R, SL, SR, SBL, SBR and SW speakers can be adjusted
within the range of –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB.
If you have selected Variable, proceed to step 2.
2 Select and set the method for switching the speaker to be
adjusted.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
Speaker Setup
BD PLAYER
Caution
• This cannot be selected when Audio Output Mode is set to 2
Channel. Change the setting to Multi-channel (page 43).
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Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
Test Tone Switching
Select whether test tone output is
switched automatically or manually.
Auto
Manual
• Auto – Switch the speaker to be adjusted automatically.
• Manual – Switch the speaker to be adjusted manually.
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 Registering or Changing the password
3 Adjust the output level.
Use / to select, / to adjust.
Use this procedure to register or change the code number required
for the Parental Lock settings.
Channel Level
BD PLAYER
L
C
R
SR
SBR
SBL
SL
SW
1 Select and set Parental Lock  Set Password  Next
Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
2 Input the password.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
Use / to move the cursor.
Note
• You can also adjust while listening to the sound being played
(page 39).
• The volume of the test tones output from the subwoofer may
seem lower than the tones output from the other channels.
Adjust the subwoofer based on the sound during playback
(page 39).
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
• When Auto is selected, the speaker cannot be selected with
/. In this case, test tones are not output from the subwoofer.
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
 Changing to other language at language
setting
ENTER
1 Select and set Language.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
HOME
MENU
2 Select and set Audio Language, Subtitle Language or
BDMV/DVD-Video Menu Lang.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
3 Select and set Other.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
4 Change the language.
Use / to change, then press ENTER.
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
Audio Language
Language
Number
5
1
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
Set Password
Enter new password
3 Re-input the password.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
English
0
RETURN
4
• The language can also be changed using the number buttons.
Use / to move the cursor to Number, use the number
buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press ENTER. Refer to
Language Code Table and Country/Area Code Table on page 53.
Note
• If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the
recorded languages is automatically selected and played.
Use / to move the cursor.
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
Set Password
Enter new password
Re-enter
• To change the password, input the previously registered
password, then input the new password.
Note
• We recommend making a note of the password.
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• If you forget the password, reset the player to the factory default
setting, then register the password again (page 51).
 Changing the Parental Lock level for
viewing DVDs
 Changing the Age Restriction for viewing
BD-ROMs
Some DVD-Video discs containing scenes of violence, for example,
have Parental Lock levels (check the indications on the disc’s jacket
or elsewhere). To restrict viewing these discs, set the player’s level
to the level lower than the discs.
For BD-ROMs containing scenes of violence, for example, viewing
can be restricted by setting an age restriction for the BD-ROMs.
1 Select and set Parental Lock  DVD-Video Parental Lock 
Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Input the password.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
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1 Select and set Parental Lock  BDMV Parental Lock  Next
Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Input the password.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
Use / to move the cursor.
Use / to move the cursor.
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
RETURN
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
DVD-Video Parental Lock
Enter the password
Use / to move the cursor.
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
DVD-Video Parental Lock
Level
Enter the password
3 Change the age.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
3 Change the level.
Use / to change, then press ENTER to set.
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
BDMV Parental Lock
Off
Note
• The level can be set to Off or between Level1 and Level8. When
set to Off, viewing is not restricted.
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
BDMV Parental Lock
Age Restriction
Note
• When Age Restriction is set to 255, viewing is not restricted.
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 Changing the Country/Area code
1 Select and set Parental Lock  Country Code  Next
Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Input the password.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or / to input the number, then
press ENTER to set.
Use / to move the cursor.
2 Set IP address.
Use /// to set the IP address of the player or DNS server,
then press ENTER.
Network
BD PLAYER
IP Address
Auto Set IP Address
Off

IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Off
Auto Set DNS Server Address
DNS Server (Primary)
DNS Server (Secondary)
ENTER
CLEAR
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
HOME
MENU
Country Code
Enter the password
Off – The player’s IP address must be set manually. Use the
number buttons (0 to 9) to input the IP address, subnet mask
and default gateway.
On – The DNS server’s IP address is obtained automatically.
Off – The DNS server’s IP address must be set manually. Use
the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the DNS server’s IP address
stipulated by your Internet service provider.
Note
• When Auto Set IP Address is set to Off, Auto Set DNS Server
Address is also set to Off.
• For information on DHCP server function, refer to the network
device’s operating instructions.
• You may need to contact your Internet service provider or
network administrator when inputting the IP address manually.
3 Change the country/area code.
Use / to change, then press ENTER to set.
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
On – The player’s IP address is obtained automatically. Select
this when using a broadband router or broadband modem that
has a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server
function. This player’s IP address will automatically be allocated
from the DHCP server.
• Auto Set DNS Server Address
RETURN
Initial Setup
BD PLAYER
Video Out
Audio Out
Speakers
HDMI MAIN
HDMI SUB
Playback
Language
Parental Lock
• Auto Set IP Address
Country Code
Code
Number
• The the country/area code can also be changed using the
number buttons. Use / to move the cursor to Number, use
the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press
ENTER. Refer to Language Code Table and Country/Area Code
Table on page 53.
 Setting the proxy server
Only set the proxy server if so instructed by your Internet service
provider.
1 Select and set Network  Proxy Server  Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Select and set Use or Not use at Proxy Server.
Use / to change, then press .
Network
BD PLAYER
Proxy Server
Proxy Server
Server Select Method
Server Name
Port Number
Use
Server Name

 Setting the IP address
1 Select and set Network  IP Configuration  Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
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• Use – Select this when using a proxy server.
• Not use – Select this when not using a proxy server.
If you have selected Use, proceed to step 3.
When Auto Set IP Address is set to On, the values obtained
automatically are displayed.
3 Select and set Server Select Method.
Use / to change, then press .
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Network
BD PLAYER
Display Network Config.
00 - E0 - 36 - 00 - 00 - 00
MAC Address
ENTER
CLEAR
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
SECONDARY
AUDIO
VIDEO
VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
DISPLAY
IP Address
192 . 168 .
0.
2
Subnet Mask
255 . 255 . 255 .
0
Default Gateway
192 . 168 .
0.
1
DNS Server (Primary)
0.
0.
0.
0
DNS Server (Secondary)
0.
0.
0.
0
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
Note
• “0.0.0.0” is displayed when each IP address has not been set.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
 Testing the network connection
RETURN
1 Select and set Network  Connection Test  Start.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
• IP Address – Input the IP address.
• Server Name – Input the server name.
4 Input IP Address or Server Name.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number if you select IP
address by step 3. Use / to move the cursor.
Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input characters if you select
Server Name by step 3.
The characters that can be input for the server name are listed on
the table below. Pressing a button repeatedly cycles through the
characters shown.
• If you want to enter two characters in succession that are both
on the same button (for example a P and an R), press  after
inputting the first character then input the second character.
• Use CLEAR to delete the last character.
• Use / to move the displayed characters when all the input
characters cannot be displayed.
Key
Characters
Key
Characters
1
1.–
6
mno6
2
abc2
7
pqrs7
3
def3
8
tuv8
4
ghi4
9
wxyz9
5
jkl5
0
0
5
Input Port Number.
Press , use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number.
6
Press ENTER to set.
“Network connection test completed successfully.” is displayed
once the test is completed. If any other message is displayed, check
the connections and/or settings (pages 18 and 48).
 Erasing the additional data from BD-ROMs
When a BD-ROM is played, additional data may be stored in the
player’s memory (local storage).
If the message indicating low memory (local storage) appears, erase
the BDMV data.
Caution
• When the BDMV data is erased, all the data of secondary video
(Picture-in-Picture), secondary audio, bookmark, etc. that has
been stored is erased.
• It takes time to erase the BDMV data for a while. Do not unplug
the power cord while the data is being erased.
1 Select and set Options  BDMV Data Erase  Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
2 Erase the data.
Use / to select Yes, then press ENTER.
OK to erase additional
BDMV data?
Do not turn power off
during erasure.
Yes
No
 Displaying the network settings
1 Select and set Network  Display Network Configuration
 Next Screen.
Use / to select, then press ENTER.
The MAC address, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and
DNS server (primary and secondary) settings are displayed.
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 Software updating
The software of the player can be updated by connecting it to the
Internet using a LAN cable.
Before updating the software, make sure that you have connected
the player to the network and made the necessary settings (pages 18
and 48).
Caution
• Do not unplug the power cord during software updating.
Otherwise, the updating will be aborted and malfunction may
occur with the player.
Stretching widescreen pictures
vertically (Anamorphic Zoom)
Some discs include movies, etc., with a vertical-to-horizontal picture
rate of 2.35:1 recorded as 16:9 pictures with black bars at the top and
bottom of the screen. Turn this function on when projecting this type
of picture with a front projector equipped with an anamorphic lens.
1
During playback, display the TOOLS menu.
Press
TOOLS.
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
• There are two processes for software updating, downloading
and updating. Both processes may take a certain period of time.
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOOLS
TOP MENU
• Depending on the Internet connection conditions, downloading
may take a long time.
• Other operations are defeated during software updating.
Furthermore updating process cannot be canceled.
• When the front panel display is off, turn it on with FL DIMMER.
When updating the player’s software with the front panel display
off, do not unplug the power cord until the FL OFF indicator
turns off.
ENTER
2 Select and set Anamorphic Zoom.
Use / to select, then use / to change the setting.
TOOLS
TOP MENU
ENTER
Note
HOME
MENU
RETURN
• Steps 1 to 2 are the operations performed by the user (they are
intended to download the software from the Internet).
• Steps 3 to 5 are the operations performed (automatically) by the
player (they are intended to update the software).
1 Select and set Options  Software Update  Start.
Use /// to select, then press ENTER.
• If the player is already running the latest software, the message
“The player’s software is up to date and does not need updating.”
is displayed.
BD PLAYER
TOOLS
Output Video Resolution
Play Mode
Anamorphic Zoom:Off On
2 Select and set Yes.
Use / to select Yes, then press ENTER.
OK to start downloading
new software?
Current version X.XX
Latest version X.XX
Downloading takes
about XX minutes.
Yes
No
• The help menu is displayed if the player cannot connect to the
Internet. Check the connections and settings (pages 18 and 48).
3 Downloading of the software start.
The software download status is displayed on the screen.
• Depending on the Internet connection conditions, software
downloading may take a certain period of time.
4 Updating starts.
The front panel display shows messages such as “DATA CHECK”,
“WRT SYS1”, “WRT DRV” and “WRT FLC”.
• Software updating may take a certain period of time.
5 Updating completes.
The front panel display shows “DOWNLOAD OK” and the player
turns off automatically.
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• On – 16:9 pictures are stretched vertically, cropping the black
bars at the top and bottom of the 2.35:1 picture for output.
• Off – 16:9 pictures are output as such, without stretching them
vertically.
Note
• This is valid when TV Aspect Ratio is set to 16:9 (Widescreen)
(page 42).
• When set to On, the top and bottom of 16:9 pictures with no
black bars at the top and bottom are also cropped.
• Even when set to On, the vertical stretch is canceled and the
original picture with the black bars reappears temporarily when
the Video Adjust screen is displayed. For other operation
screens, the top and bottom may be cropped, making the screen
hard to see.
 To close the TOOLS menu
Press
TOOLS or
RETURN.
Eliminating extraneous noise to
play with high quality sound (Pure
Audio)
Restoring all the settings to the
factory default settings
1
This function suppresses unnecessary signals to reduce noise and
output high quality audio signals.
The Pure Audio function includes the following modes:
• Mode 1 – Select this when listening to audio CDs and audio
files. This mode also provides higher quality sound than Mode
2 when playing only the audio portion of such video sources as
BDs, DVDs and video files.
Check that the player’s power is turned on.
2 When a disc is playing, press  to stop playback.
Eject the disc from the player.
3 While pressing , press  STANDBY/ON.
Operate using the buttons on the player’s front panel.
Note
• Mode 2 – Select this when also viewing the video portion of
such video sources as BDs, DVDs and video files.
• After restoring all the settings to the factory default settings, use
Setup Navigator to reset the player (page 19).
• Off – Select this to disable the Pure Audio function.
• When all the settings are restored to the factory defaults, all the
data for the secondary video (Picture-in-Picture), secondary
audio, bookmarks, etc., is erased.
Caution
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• When Mode 1 or Mode 2 is set, the operation is as described
below.
– When Mode 1 is set, only audio signals are output during
playback (except when an operation is being performed and
the disc menus are being displayed).
– Video signals are only output from the output terminal
selected with VIDEO SELECT (page 23).
– Audio signals are only output from the output terminal set at
Output Terminal (page 42).
– The player’s front panel display turns off during playback
(except when an operation is being performed and the disc
menus are being displayed).
– The PURE AUDIO indicator on the player’s front panel lights.
 Switching the Pure Audio Mode

Press PURE AUDIO on the front panel.
The currently set Pure Audio mode is indicated on the player’s front
panel display.
The Pure Audio mode changes each time the button is pressed.
“PURE MODE1” “PURE MODE2” “PURE OFF”
Note
• The Pure Audio mode cannot be changed during playback.
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About the audio output settings
The audio signals that are output differ according to the audio format recorded on the disc and the player’s settings. Check on the table
below.
Caution
• When ANALOG AUDIO is selected at Output Terminal, no audio signals are output from the HDMI OUT or DIGITAL OUT terminals
(page 42).
• When HDMI MAIN or DIGITAL AUDIO is selected at Output Terminal, linear PCM audio signals (2 channels) are output from all
terminals other than the ones selected at Output Terminal (page 42).
• The HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal outputs linear PCM 2-channel audio signals.
AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals
Audio format
2ch1
BD-ROM Dolby Digital
Multi-channel1
DIGITAL OUT terminals
Converted to
Not converted to
linear PCM audio2 linear PCM audio3
5.1-channel audio
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital5
7.1-channel audio
Dolby TrueHD
DTS Digital
Surround
DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio
5.1-channel audio
Converted to 2channel audio
Converted to 2channel audio
5.1-channel audio11
DTS Digital
Surround5
HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal
PCM4
Auto4
5.1-channel audio
Dolby Digital6,7
7.1-channel audio
Dolby Digital
Plus6,7
7.1-channel audio8
Dolby TrueHD6,7,9
5.1-channel audio
DTS Digital
Surround6,10
5.1-channel audio11
DTS-HD Master
Audio
DTS-HD Master
Audio6,10,12
Linear PCM
BD-R/
-RE
Dolby Digital
MPEG-2 AAC
Converted to 2channel audio
5.1-channel audio
Dolby Digital
DTS Digital
Surround
5.1-channel audio
MPEG
Linear PCM
7.
8.
9.
10.
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11.
12.
5.1-channel audio
MPEG-2 AAC
Dolby Digital7
MPEG-2 AAC
Converted to 2channel audio
Dolby Digital7
DTS Digital
Surround
5.1-channel audio
DTS Digital
Surround10
5.1-channel audio
Dolby Digital7
2-channel audio
Linear PCM
DVD (VR Dolby Digital
format)
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Converted to 2channel audio
MPEG
6.
Converted to 2channel audio
7.1-channel audio8 7.1-channel audio8
2-channel audio
Linear PCM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Converted to 2channel audio
7.1-channel audio
MPEG
DVDVideo
DTS-HD High
Resolution
Audio6,8,10
Converted to 2channel audio
5.1-channel audio
Converted to 2channel audio
Dolby Digital
2-channel audio
When Audio Output Mode is set to 2 Channel or Multi-channel (page 43).
When Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital  PCM, DTS Out is set to DTS  PCM, or AAC Out is set to AAC  PCM (page 42).
When Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital 1/Dolby Digital 2, DTS Out is set to DTS 1/DTS 2 or AAC Out is set to AAC (page 42).
When HDMI Audio Out is set to PCM or Auto (page 43).
When outputting Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround bitstream with settings of Dolby Digital 2 at Dolby Digital Out, DTS 2 at DTS Out, the secondary audio and
interactive audio signals are not mixed for output.
When outputting the bitstream of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio or DTS Digital Surround, the
secondary audio and interactive audio signals are not mixed.
If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Digital Plus bitstream, the signals are output in linear PCM (7.1 channels) or Dolby Digital
bitstream.
If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby Digital bitstream, the signals are output in linear PCM (2 channels).
When the output video resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p, the signals may be output in linear PCM (2 channels), depending on HDMI High Speed
Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 13).
When the output video resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p, the signals may be output in linear PCM (2 channels) or Dolby Digital bitstream, depending on HDMI
High Speed Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 13).
If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with DTS-HD Master Audio or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, the signals are output in DTS Digital Surround
bitstream.
If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with DTS Digital Surround bitstream, the signals are output in linear PCM (2 channels).
DTS Digital Surround signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are output.
When the output video resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p, the signals may be output in linear PCM (2 channels) or DTS Digital Surround bitstream, depending
on HDMI High Speed Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 13).
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Note
• Only compatible with 7.1-channel surround back. 6.1-channel surround back is output in 7.1 channels. In other cases, output as audio
signals of 5.1-channels or less.
• When outputting linear PCM audio signals, if the number of compatible channels of the connected HDMI device is lower, the signals
are output with the number of channels for which the device is compatible.
• The audio signals output from the HDMI OUT (SUB) and DIGITAL OUT terminals have a sampling frequency of 48 kHz (44.1 kHz for
audio CDs).
Language Code Table and Country/Area Code Table
 Language Code Table
Language name, language code, input code
Abkhazian, ab/abk, 0102
Frisian, fy/fry, 0625
Afar, aa/aar, 0101
Galician, gl/glg, 0712
Afrikaans, af/afr, 0106
Georgian, ka/kat, 1101
Albanian, sq/sqi, 1917
German, de/deu, 0405
Amharic, am/amh, 0113
Greek, el/ell, 0512
Arabic, ar/ara, 0118
Guarani, gn/grn, 0714
Armenian, hy/hye, 0825
Gujarati, gu/guj, 0721
Assamese, as/asm, 0119
Hausa, ha/hau, 0801
Aymara, ay/aym, 0125
Hebrew, iw/heb, 0923
Azerbaijani, az/aze, 0126
Hindi, hi/hin, 0809
Bashkir, ba/bak, 0201
Hungarian, hu/hun, 0821
Basque, eu/eus, 0521
Icelandic, is/isl, 0919
Belarusian, be/bel, 0205
Indonesian, in/ind, 0914
Bengali, bn/ben, 0214
Interlingua, ia/ina, 0901
Bihari, bh/bih, 0208
Interlingue, ie/ile, 0905
Bislama, bi/bis, 0209
Inupiaq, ik/ipk, 0911
Breton, br/bre, 0218
Irish, ga/gle, 0701
Bulgarian, bg/bul, 0207
Italian, it/ita, 0920
Japanese, ja/jpn, 1001
Burmese, my/mya, 1325
Javanese, jw/jav, 1023
Catalan, ca/cat, 0301
Kalaallisut, kl/kal, 1112
Chinese, zh/zho, 2608
Kannada, kn/kan, 1114
Corsican, co/cos, 0315
Kashmiri, ks/kas, 1119
Croatian, hr/hrv, 0818
Kazakh, kk/kaz, 1111
Czech, cs/ces, 0319
Khmer, km/khm, 1113
Danish, da/dan, 0401
Kinyarwanda, rw/kin, 1823
Dutch, nl/nld, 1412
Kirghiz, ky/kir, 1125
Dzongkha, dz/dzo, 0426
Korean, ko/kor, 1115
English, en/eng, 0514
Kurdish, ku/kur, 1121
Esperanto, eo/epo, 0515
Lao, lo/lao, 1215
Estonian, et/est, 0520
Latin, la/lat, 1201
Finnish, fi/fin, 0609
Latvian, lv/lav, 1222
Fijian, fj/fij, 0610
Lingala, ln/lin, 1214
Faroese, fo/fao, 0615
Lithuanian, lt/lit, 1220
French, fr/fra, 0618
Macedonian, mk/mkd, 1311
Malagasy, mg/mlg, 1307
Malay, ms/msa, 1319
Malayalam, ml/mal, 1312
Maltese, mt/mlt, 1320
Maori, mi/mri, 1309
Marathi, mr/mar, 1318
Mongolian, mn/mon, 1314
Moldavian, mo/mol, 1315
Nauru, na/nau, 1401
Nepali, ne/nep, 1405
Norwegian, no/nor, 1415
Occitan, oc/oci, 1503
Oriya, or/ori, 1518
Oromo, om/orm, 1513
Panjabi, pa/pan, 1601
Persian, fa/fas, 0601
Polish, pl/pol, 1612
Portuguese, pt/por, 1620
Pushto, ps/pus, 1619
Quechua, qu/que, 1721
Rhaeto-Romance, rm/roh, 1813
Rundi, rn/run, 1814
Russian, ru/rus, 1821
Romanian, ro/ron, 1815
Samoan, sm/smo, 1913
Sango, sg/sag, 1907
Sanskrit, sa/san, 1901
Scots-Gaelic, gd/gla, 0704
Serbian, sr/srp, 1918
Serbo-Croatian, sh/scr, 1908
Shona, sn/sna, 1914
Sindhi, sd/snd, 1904
Sinhalese, si/sin, 1909
Slovak, sk/slk, 1911
Slovenian, sl/slv, 1912
Somali, so/som, 1915
Sotho, Southern, st/sot, 1920
Spanish, es/spa, 0519
Sundanese, su/sun, 1921
Swahili, sw/swa, 1923
Swati, ss/ssw, 1919
Swedish, sv/swe, 1922
Tagalog, tl/tgl, 2012
Tajik, tg/tgk, 2007
Tamil, ta/tam, 2001
Tatar, tt/tat, 2020
Telugu, te/tel, 2005
Thai, th/tha, 2008
Tibetan, bo/bod, 0215
Tigrinya, ti/tir, 2009
Tonga (Tonga Islands), to/ton, 2015
Tsonga, ts/tso, 2019
Tswana, tn/tsn, 2014
Turkmen, tk/tuk, 2011
Turkish, tr/tur, 2018
Twi, tw/twi, 2023
Ukrainian, uk/ukr, 2111
Urdu, ur/urd, 2118
Uzbek, uz/uzb, 2126
Vietnamese, vi/vie, 2209
Volapük, vo/vol, 2215
Welsh, cy/cym, 0325
Wolof, wo/wol, 2315
Xhosa, xh/xho, 2408
Yiddish, ji/yid, 1009
Yoruba, yo/yor, 2515
Zulu, zu/zul, 2621
Liechtenstein, li, 1209
Lithuania, lt, 1220
Luxembourg, lu, 1221
Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav
Republic of, mk, 1311
Malaysia, my, 1325
Malta, mt, 1320
Mexico, mx, 1324
Moldova, Republic of, md, 1304
Monaco, mc, 1303
Montserrat, ms, 1319
Netherlands, nl, 1412
New Zealand, nz, 1426
Norway, no, 1415
Pakistan, pk, 1611
Peru, pe, 1605
Philippines, ph, 1608
Poland, pl, 1612
Portugal, pt, 1620
Puerto Rico, pr, 1618
Romania, ro, 1815
Russian Federation, ru, 1821
Saint Kitts and Nevis, kn, 1114
Saint Lucia, lc, 1203
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, vc, 2203
San Marino, sm, 1913
Singapore, sg, 1907
Slovakia, sk, 1911
Slovenia, si, 1909
Spain, es, 0519
Suriname, sr, 1918
Sweden, se, 1905
Switzerland, ch, 0308
Taiwan, Province of China, tw, 2023
Tajikistan, tj, 2010
Thailand, th, 2008
Trinidad and Tobago, tt, 2020
Tunisia, tn, 2014
Turkey, tr, 2018
Turkmenistan, tm, 2013
Turks and Caicos Islands, tc, 2003
Ukraine, ua, 2101
United Kingdom, gb, 0702
United States, us, 2119
Uruguay, uy, 2125
Uzbekistan, uz, 2126
Venezuela, ve, 2205
Virgin Islands, British, vg, 2207
 Country/Area Code Table
Country/Area name, Country/Area code, input code
Anguilla, ai, 0109
Dominican Republic, do, 0415
Antigua and Barbuda, ag, 0107
Estonia, ee, 0505
Argentina, ar, 0118
Finland, fi, 0609
Armenia, am, 0113
France, fr, 0618
Australia, au, 0121
Georgia, ge, 0705
Austria, at, 0120
Germany, de, 0405
Azerbaijan, az, 0126
Greece, gr, 0718
Bahamas, bs, 0219
Greenland, gl, 0712
Barbados, bb, 0202
Grenada, gd, 0704
Belarus, by, 0225
Guyana, gy, 0725
Belgium, be, 0205
Haiti, ht, 0820
Belize, bz, 0226
Hong Kong, hk, 0811
Bermuda, bm, 0213
Hungary, hu, 0821
Brazil, br, 0218
Iceland, is, 0919
Bulgaria, bg, 0207
India, in, 0914
Canada, ca, 0301
Indonesia, id, 0904
Cayman Islands, ky, 1125
Ireland, ie, 0905
Chile, cl, 0312
Israel, il, 0912
China, cn, 0314
Italy, it, 0920
Colombia, co, 0315
Jamaica, jm, 1013
Croatia, hr, 0818
Japan, jp, 1016
Cyprus, cy, 0325
Kazakhstan, kz, 1126
Czech Republic, cz, 0326
Korea, Republic of, kr, 1118
Denmark, dk, 0411
Kyrgyzstan, kg, 1107
Dominica, dm, 0413
Latvia, lv, 1222
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Chapter 7
Additional information
Licenses
The licenses for the software used on this player are shown below.
 libxml2
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Copyright © <year> <copyright holders>
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this
software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the
Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy,
modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software,
and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the
following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
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HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
 OpenSSL
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The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the
OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit.
See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style Open
Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact
[email protected]
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are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
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display the following acknowledgment: “This product includes software
developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://
www.openssl.org/)”
4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written
permission. For written permission, please contact [email protected]
5. Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may
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OpenSSL Project.
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IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
([email protected]).This product includes software written by Tim Hudson
([email protected]).
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Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young ([email protected])
All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young
([email protected]). The implementation was written so as to conform with
Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following
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distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The
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Copyright remains Eric Young’s, and as such any Copyright notices in the code are
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a textual message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual)
provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
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The word ‘cryptographic’ can be left out if the rouines from the library being
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4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the
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This software is based in part on zlib see http://www.zlib.net for information.
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 libjpg
The Independent JPEG Group’s JPEG software
README for release 6b of 27-Mar-1998
This distribution contains the sixth public release of the Independent JPEG Group’s
free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software and to use it for
any purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES, below.
Serious users of this software (particularly those incorporating it into larger
programs) should contact IJG at [email protected] to be added to our
electronic mailing list. Mailing list members are notified of updates and have a
chance to participate in technical discussions, etc.
This software is the work of Tom Lane, Philip Gladstone, Jim Boucher, Lee Crocker,
Julian Minguillon, Luis Ortiz, George Phillips, Davide Rossi, Guido Vollbeding, Ge’
Weijers, and other members of the Independent JPEG Group.
IJG is not affiliated with the official ISO JPEG standards committee.
DOCUMENTATION ROADMAP
This file contains the following sections:
OVERVIEW
General description of JPEG and the IJG software.
LEGAL ISSUES
Copyright, lack of warranty, terms of distribution.
REFERENCES
Where to learn more about JPEG.
ARCHIVE LOCATIONS
Where to find newer versions of this software.
RELATED SOFTWARE
Other stuff you should get.
FILE FORMAT WARS
Software *not* to get.
TO DO
Plans for future IJG releases.
Other documentation files in the distribution are:
User documentation:
install.doc
How to configure and install the IJG software.
usage.doc
Usage instructions for cjpeg, djpeg, jpegtran, rdjpgcom,
and wrjpgcom.
*.1 Unix-style man pages for programs (same info as usage.doc).
wizard.doc
Advanced usage instructions for JPEG wizards only.
change.log
Version-to-version change highlights.
Programmer and internal documentation:
libjpeg.doc
How to use the JPEG library in your own programs.
example.c
Sample code for calling the JPEG library.
structure.doc
Overview of the JPEG library’s internal structure.
filelist.doc
Road map of IJG files.
coderules.doc
Coding style rules --- please read if you contribute code.
Please read at least the files install.doc and usage.doc. Useful information can also
be found in the JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article. See ARCHIVE
LOCATIONS below to find out where to obtain the FAQ article.
If you want to understand how the JPEG code works, we suggest reading one or
more of the REFERENCES, then looking at the documentation files (in roughly the
order listed) before diving into the code.
OVERVIEW
This package contains C software to implement JPEG image compression and
decompression. JPEG (pronounced “jay-peg”) is a standardized compression
method for full-color and gray-scale images. JPEG is intended for compressing
real-world scenes; line drawings, cartoons and other non-realistic images are not
its strong suit. JPEG is lossy, meaning that the output image is not exactly identical
to the input image. Hence you must not use JPEG if you have to have identical
output bits. However, on typical photographic images, very good compression
levels can be obtained with no visible change, and remarkably high compression
levels are possible if you can tolerate a low-quality image. For more details, see the
references, or just experiment with various compression settings.
This software implements JPEG baseline, extended-sequential, and progressive
compression processes. Provision is made for supporting all variants of these
processes, although some uncommon parameter settings aren’t implemented yet.
For legal reasons, we are not distributing code for the arithmetic-coding variants of
JPEG; see LEGAL ISSUES. We have made no provision for supporting the
hierarchical or lossless processes defined in the standard.
We provide a set of library routines for reading and writing JPEG image files, plus
two sample applications “cjpeg” and “djpeg”, which use the library to perform
conversion between JPEG and some other popular image file formats. The library
is intended to be reused in other applications.
In order to support file conversion and viewing software, we have included
considerable functionality beyond the bare JPEG coding/decoding capability; for
example, the color quantization modules are not strictly part of JPEG decoding, but
they are essential for output to colormapped file formats or colormapped displays.
These extra functions can be compiled out of the library if not required for a
particular application. We have also included jpegtran, a utility for lossless
transcoding between different JPEG processes, and “rdjpgcom” and “wrjpgcom”,
two simple applications for inserting and extracting textual comments in JFIF files.
The emphasis in designing this software has been on achieving portability and
flexibility, while also making it fast enough to be useful. In particular, the software
is not intended to be read as a tutorial on JPEG. (See the REFERENCES section for
introductory material.) Rather, it is intended to be reliable, portable, industrialstrength code. We do not claim to have achieved that goal in every aspect of the
software, but we strive for it.
We welcome the use of this software as a component of commercial products. No
royalty is required, but we do ask for an acknowledgement in product
documentation, as described under LEGAL ISSUES.
LEGAL ISSUES
In plain English:
1. We don’t promise that this software works. (But if you find any bugs, please let
us know!)
2. You can use this software for whatever you want. You don’t have to pay us.
3. You may not pretend that you wrote this software. If you use it in a program,
you must acknowledge somewhere in your documentation that you’ve used
the IJG code.
In legalese:
The authors make NO WARRANTY or representation, either express or implied,
with respect to this software, its quality, accuracy, merchantability, or fitness for a
particular purpose. This software is provided “AS IS”, and you, its user, assume the
entire risk as to its quality and accuracy.
This software is copyright © 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane. All Rights Reserved
except as specified below.
Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software (or
portions thereof) for any purpose, without fee, subject to these conditions:
(1) If any part of the source code for this software is distributed, then this
README file must be included, with this copyright and no-warranty notice
unaltered; and any additions, deletions, or changes to the original files must
be clearly indicated in accompanying documentation.
(2) If only executable code is distributed, then the accompanying documentation
must state that “this software is based in part on the work of the Independent
JPEG Group”.
(3) Permission for use of this software is granted only if the user accepts full
responsibility for any undesirable consequences; the authors accept NO
LIABILITY for damages of any kind.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or based on the IJG code, not
just to the unmodified library. If you use our work, you ought to acknowledge us.
Permission is NOT granted for the use of any IJG author's name or company name
in advertising or publicity relating to this software or products derived from it. This
software may be referred to only as “the Independent JPEG Group's software”.
We specifically permit and encourage the use of this software as the basis of
commercial products, provided that all warranty or liability claims are assumed by
the product vendor.
ansi2knr.c is included in this distribution by permission of L. Peter Deutsch, sole
proprietor of its copyright holder, Aladdin Enterprises of Menlo Park, CA.
ansi2knr.c is NOT covered by the above copyright and conditions, but instead by
the usual distribution terms of the Free Software Foundation; principally, that you
must include source code if you redistribute it. (See the file ansi2knr.c for full
details.) However, since ansi2knr.c is not needed as part of any program generated
from the IJG code, this does not limit you more than the foregoing paragraphs do.
The Unix configuration script “configure” was produced with GNU Autoconf. It is
copyright by the Free Software Foundation but is freely distributable. The same
holds for its supporting scripts (config.guess, config.sub, ltconfig, ltmain.sh).
Another support script, install-sh, is copyright by M.I.T. but is also freely
distributable.
It appears that the arithmetic coding option of the JPEG spec is covered by patents
owned by IBM, AT&T, and Mitsubishi. Hence arithmetic coding cannot legally be
used without obtaining one or more licenses. For this reason, support for
arithmetic coding has been removed from the free JPEG software. (Since
arithmetic coding provides only a marginal gain over the unpatented Huffman
mode, it is unlikely that very many implementations will support it.) So far as we are
aware, there are no patent restrictions on the remaining code.
The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and write GIF files. To avoid
entanglement with the Unisys LZW patent, GIF reading support has been removed
altogether, and the GIF writer has been simplified to produce uncompressed GIFs.
This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the resulting GIF files are larger
than usual, but are readable by all standard GIF decoders.
We are required to state that
“The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright property of CompuServe
Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of CompuServe
Incorporated.”
REFERENCES
We highly recommend reading one or more of these references before trying to
understand the innards of the JPEG software.
The best short technical introduction to the JPEG compression algorithm is
Wallace, Gregory K. “The JPEG Still Picture Compression Standard”,
Communications of the ACM, April 1991 (vol. 34 no. 4), pp. 30-44.
(Adjacent articles in that issue discuss MPEG motion picture compression,
applications of JPEG, and related topics.) If you don’t have the CACM issue handy,
a PostScript file containing a revised version of Wallace’s article is available at ftp:/
/ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/wallace.ps.gz. The file (actually a preprint for an article
that appeared in IEEE Trans. Consumer Electronics) omits the sample images that
appeared in CACM, but it includes corrections and some added material. Note: the
Wallace article is copyright ACM and IEEE, and it may not be used for commercial
purposes.
A somewhat less technical, more leisurely introduction to JPEG can be found in
The Data Compression Book by Mark Nelson and Jean-loup Gailly, published by
M&T Books (New York), 2nd ed. 1996, ISBN 1-55851-434-1. This book provides good
explanations and example C code for a multitude of compression methods
including JPEG. It is an excellent source if you are comfortable reading C code but
don’t know much about data compression in general. The book’s JPEG sample
code is far from industrial-strength, but when you are ready to look at a full
implementation, you’ve got one here...
The best full description of JPEG is the textbook “JPEG Still Image Data
Compression Standard” by William B. Pennebaker and Joan L. Mitchell, published
by Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993, ISBN 0-442-01272-1. Price US$59.95, 638 pp. The
book includes the complete text of the ISO JPEG standards (DIS 10918-1 and draft
DIS 10918-2). This is by far the most complete exposition of JPEG in existence, and
we highly recommend it.
The JPEG standard itself is not available electronically; you must order a paper copy
through ISO or ITU. (Unless you feel a need to own a certified official copy, we
recommend buying the Pennebaker and Mitchell book instead; it’s much cheaper
and includes a great deal of useful explanatory material.) In the USA, copies of the
standard may be ordered from ANSI Sales at (212) 642-4900, or from Global
Engineering Documents at (800) 854-7179. (ANSI doesn’t take credit card orders,
but Global does.) It’s not cheap: as of 1992, ANSI was charging $95 for Part 1 and
$47 for Part 2, plus 7% shipping/handling. The standard is divided into two parts,
Part 1 being the actual specification, while Part 2 covers compliance testing
methods. Part 1 is titled “Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still
Images, Part 1: Requirements and guidelines” and has document numbers ISO/
IEC IS 10918-1, ITU-T T.81. Part 2 is titled “Digital Compression and Coding of
Continuous-tone Still Images, Part 2: Compliance testing” and has document
numbers ISO/IEC IS 10918-2, ITU-T T.83.
Some extensions to the original JPEG standard are defined in JPEG Part 3, a newer
ISO standard numbered ISO/IEC IS 10918-3 and ITU-T T.84. IJG currently does not
support any Part 3 extensions.
The JPEG standard does not specify all details of an interchangeable file format.
For the omitted details we follow the “JFIF” conventions, revision 1.02. A copy of the
JFIF spec is available from:
Literature Department
C-Cube Microsystems, Inc.
1778 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
phone (408) 944-6300, fax (408) 944-6314
A PostScript version of this document is available by FTP at ftp://ftp.uu.net/
graphics/jpeg/jfif.ps.gz. There is also a plain text version at ftp://ftp.uu.net/
graphics/jpeg/jfif.txt.gz, but it is missing the figures.
The TIFF 6.0 file format specification can be obtained by FTP from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/
graphics/tiff/TIFF6.ps.gz. The JPEG incorporation scheme found in the TIFF 6.0
spec of 3-June-92 has a number of serious problems. IJG does not recommend use
of the TIFF 6.0 design (TIFF Compression tag 6). Instead, we recommend the JPEG
design proposed by TIFF Technical Note #2 (Compression tag 7). Copies of this
Note can be obtained from ftp.sgi.com or from ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/. It is
expected that the next revision of the TIFF spec will replace the 6.0 JPEG design
with the Note's design. Although IJG's own code does not support TIFF/JPEG, the
free libtiff library uses our library to implement TIFF/JPEG per the Note. libtiff is
available from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/graphics/tiff/.
ARCHIVE LOCATIONS
The “official” archive site for this software is ftp.uu.net (Internet address
192.48.96.9). The most recent released version can always be found there in
directory graphics/jpeg. This particular version will be archived as ftp://ftp.uu.net/
graphics/jpeg/jpegsrc.v6b.tar.gz. If you don’t have direct Internet access, UUNET’s
archives are also available via UUCP; contact [email protected] for information
on retrieving files that way.
Numerous Internet sites maintain copies of the UUNET files. However, only
ftp.uu.net is guaranteed to have the latest official version.
You can also obtain this software in DOS-compatible “zip” archive format from the
SimTel archives (ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/graphics/), or on
CompuServe in the Graphics Support forum (GO CIS:GRAPHSUP), library 12 JPEG
Tools. Again, these versions may sometimes lag behind the ftp.uu.net release.
The JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article is a useful source of general
information about JPEG. It is updated constantly and therefore is not included in
this distribution. The FAQ is posted every two weeks to Usenet newsgroups
comp.graphics.misc, news.answers, and other groups. It is available on the World
Wide Web at http://www.faqs.org/faqs/jpeg-faq/ and other news.answers archive
sites, including the official news.answers archive at rtfm.mit.edu: ftp://
rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/. If you don't have Web or FTP
access, send e-mail to [email protected] with body
send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part1
send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part2
RELATED SOFTWARE
Numerous viewing and image manipulation programs now support JPEG. (Quite a
few of them use this library to do so.) The JPEG FAQ described above lists some of
the more popular free and shareware viewers, and tells where to obtain them on
Internet.
If you are on a Unix machine, we highly recommend Jef Poskanzer’s free
PBMPLUS software, which provides many useful operations on PPM-format image
files. In particular, it can convert PPM images to and from a wide range of other
formats, thus making cjpeg/djpeg considerably more useful. The latest version is
distributed by the NetPBM group, and is available from numerous sites, notably
ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/graphics/graphics/packages/NetPBM/. Unfortunately
PBMPLUS/NETPBM is not nearly as portable as the IJG software is; you are likely
to have difficulty making it work on any non-Unix machine.
A different free JPEG implementation, written by the PVRG group at Stanford, is
available from ftp://havefun.stanford.edu/pub/jpeg/. This program is designed for
research and experimentation rather than production use; it is slower, harder to
use, and less portable than the IJG code, but it is easier to read and modify. Also,
the PVRG code supports lossless JPEG, which we do not. (On the other hand, it
doesn’t do progressive JPEG.)
FILE FORMAT WARS
Some JPEG programs produce files that are not compatible with our library. The
root of the problem is that the ISO JPEG committee failed to specify a concrete file
format. Some vendors “filled in the blanks” on their own, creating proprietary
formats that no one else could read. (For example, none of the early commercial
JPEG implementations for the Macintosh were able to exchange compressed files.)
The file format we have adopted is called JFIF (see REFERENCES). This format has
been agreed to by a number of major commercial JPEG vendors, and it has become
the de facto standard. JFIF is a minimal or “low end” representation. We
recommend the use of TIFF/JPEG (TIFF revision 6.0 as modified by TIFF Technical
Note #2) for “high end” applications that need to record a lot of additional data
about an image. TIFF/JPEG is fairly new and not yet widely supported,
unfortunately.
The upcoming JPEG Part 3 standard defines a file format called SPIFF. SPIFF is
interoperable with JFIF, in the sense that most JFIF decoders should be able to read
the most common variant of SPIFF. SPIFF has some technical advantages over
JFIF, but its major claim to fame is simply that it is an official standard rather than
an informal one. At this point it is unclear whether SPIFF will supersede JFIF or
whether JFIF will remain the de-facto standard. IJG intends to support SPIFF once
the standard is frozen, but we have not decided whether it should become our
default output format or not. (In any case, our decoder will remain capable of
reading JFIF indefinitely.)
Various proprietary file formats incorporating JPEG compression also exist. We
have little or no sympathy for the existence of these formats. Indeed, one of the
original reasons for developing this free software was to help force convergence on
common, open format standards for JPEG files. Don’t use a proprietary file format!
TO DO
The major thrust for v7 will probably be improvement of visual quality. The current
method for scaling the quantization tables is known not to be very good at low Q
values. We also intend to investigate block boundary smoothing, “poor man’s
variable quantization”, and other means of improving quality-vs-file-size
performance without sacrificing compatibility.
In future versions, we are considering supporting some of the upcoming JPEG Part
3 extensions --- principally, variable quantization and the SPIFF file format.
As always, speeding things up is of great interest.
Please send bug reports, offers of help, etc. to [email protected]
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Cautions on use
Moving the player
If you need to move this unit, first remove the disc if there’s one
loaded, and close the disc tray. Next, press  STANDBY/ON to
switch the power to standby, checking that the POWER OFF
indication on the front panel display goes off. Wait at least 10
seconds. Lastly, disconnect the power cord.
Never lift or move the unit during playback — discs rotate at a high
speed and may be damaged.
Place of installation
Select a stable place near the TV and AV system to which the unit is
connected.
Do not place the player on top of a TV or color monitor. Keep it away
from cassette decks or other components easily affected by
magnetism.
Avoid the following types of places:
• Places exposed to direct sunlight
 Do not obstruct the ventilation holes
Do not use the player on a shaggy rug, bed, or sofa, and do not cover
the player with a cloth, etc. Doing so will prevent heat dissipation
and could lead to damage.
 Keep away from heat
Do not place the player on top of an amplifier or other device
generating heat. When installing in a rack, to avoid the heat
generated by the amplifier and other devices, place it on a shelf
below the amplifier whenever possible.
Turn the power off when not
using the player
Depending on the conditions of the TV broadcast signals, striped
patterns may appear on the screen when the TV is turned on while
the player’s power is turned on. This is not a malfunction with the
player or TV. If this happens, turn the player’s power off. In the same
way, noise may be heard in the sound of a radio.
Condensation
If the player is moved suddenly from a cold place into a warm room
(in winter, for example) or if the temperature in the room in which
the player is installed rises suddenly due to a heater, etc., water
droplets (condensation) may form inside (on operating parts and the
lens). When condensation is present, the player will not operate
properly and playback is not possible. Let the player stand at room
temperature for 1 or 2 hours with the power turned on (the time
depends on the extent of condensation). The water droplets will
dissipate and playback will become possible.
Condensation can also occur in the summer if the player is exposed
to the direct wind from an air-conditioner. If this happens, move the
player to a different place.
Cleaning the player
Normally, wipe the player with a soft cloth. For tough dirt, apply
some neutral detergent diluted in 5 to 6 parts water to a soft cloth,
wring out thoroughly, wipe off the dirt, then wipe again with a dry
cloth.
Note that getting alcohol, thinner, benzene or insecticide on the
player could cause the print and coating to peel off. Also, avoid
leaving rubber or vinyl products in contact with the player for long
periods of time, as this could damage the cabinet.
When using chemical-impregnated wipes, etc., read the wipe’s
cautions carefully.
Unplug the power cord from the power outlet when cleaning the
player.
• Humid or poorly ventilated places
• Extremely hot or cold places
• Places subject to vibration
Caution for when the unit is
installed in a rack with a glass door
• Dusty places
• Places exposed to soot, steam or heat (in kitchens, etc.)
 Do not place objects on top
Do not place objects on top of the player.
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Do not press the  OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control to open the
disc tray while the glass door is closed. The door will hamper the
movement of the disc tray, and the unit could be damaged.
Cleaning the pickup lens
The player’s lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for
some reason it should malfunction due to dust or dirt, consult your
nearest Pioneer authorized service center. Although lens cleaners
for players are commercially available, we advise against using
them since some may damage the lens.
 Cleaning discs
It may not be possible to play the disc if there are fingerprints or dust
on it. In this case, using a cleaning cloth, etc., to wipe the disc gently
from the center toward the outer edge. Do not use a dirty cleaning
cloth.
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Handling discs
Do not use damaged (cracked or warped) discs.
Do not scratch the disc’s signal surface or let it get dirty.
Do not load more than one disc into the player at a time.
Do not glue paper or put stickers onto the disc, or use a pencil, ballpoint pen or other sharp-tipped writing instrument. These could all
damage the disc.
Do not use benzene, thinner or other volatile chemicals. Also do not
use record spray or antistatic agents.
For tough dirt, apply some water to a soft cloth, wring out
thoroughly, wipe off the dirt, then wipe off the moisture with a dry
cloth.
 Specially shaped discs
Specially shaped discs (heart-shaped, hexagonal, etc.) cannot be
used on this player. Never use such discs, as they will damage the
player.
 Storing discs
Always store discs in their cases, and place the cases vertically,
avoiding places exposed to high temperature or humidity, direct
sunlight or extremely low temperatures.
Be sure to read the cautions included with the disc.
 Condensation on discs
If the disc is moved suddenly from a cold place into a warm room (in
winter, for example), water droplets (condensation) may form on the
disc surface. Discs will not play properly if there is condensation on
them. Carefully wipe off the water droplets from the disc surface
before using the disc.
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operation is often mistaken for trouble or malfunction. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the
points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Inspect the other components and electrical appliances being used. If
the trouble cannot be rectified even after checking the points below, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to
carry out repair work.
Playback
Problem
Check
Remedy
• Disc does not play.
• Disc tray opens
automatically.
Is the disc one that is playable on this player?
Check whether the disc is one that can be played on this player
(page 6).
Is the file one that is playable on this player?
• Check whether the file is one that can be played on this
player (page 8).
• Check whether or not the file is damaged.
Is the disc scratched?
It may not be possible to play scratched discs.
Is the disc dirty?
Clean the disc (above).
Is there a piece of paper or sticker attached to the disc?
The disc may be warped and unplayable.
Is the disc properly set in the disc tray?
• Set the disc with the printed side facing up.
• Set the disc properly in the depression in the disc tray.
Is the region number correct?
See About region numbers on page 8 for the region numbers of
discs that can be played on this player.
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Problem
Check
No picture is displayed or the Is the video cable properly connected?
picture is not displayed
properly.
Is the video cable damaged?
If the cable is damaged, replace it with a new one.
Is the input setting on the connected TV or AV receiver or
amplifier right?
Read the operating instructions of the connected components
and switch to the proper input.
Are you viewing the picture from the video output terminal
selected with VIDEO SELECT?
Press VIDEO SELECT to switch the video output terminal to be
viewed (page 23).
If Pure Audio is set to Mode 2, video signals are only output
from the selected output terminal (page 51).
Is the output video resolution properly set?
Use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to switch to a resolution at which
the video and audio signals are output (page 23).
• Is the player connected with an HDMI cable other than a
High Speed HDMI™ cable (with a Standard HDMI™ cable)?
• Are you using an HDMI cable with built-in equalizer?
1080p or Deep Color video signals may not be output properly,
depending on the HDMI cable being used or the player’s
settings. Press  while pressing  on the player’s front panel
to restore the video outputs to the factory default settings. After
this, if you wish to output the video signals with 1080p or Deep
Color, connect the TV using a High Speed HDMI™ cable
without built-in equalizer, then reset the player using the Setup
Navigator (page 19).
Does the connected TV support the frame rate of the video
signal being output by the player?
If the picture is not displayed when playing a disc with a frame
rate that is not supported, the picture will not be displayed even
when playback is stopped. In this case, use the procedure
below to switch the frame rate of the video signals output from
the player.
Eject the disc and close the disc tray. Then, press  OPEN/
CLOSE while pressing  on the player’s front panel to switch
to a frame rate supported by the connected TV.
Is NTSC on PAL TV properly set?
When viewing the video signals output from the player’s SVideo or Video terminal, set NTSC on PAL TV properly
(page 42).
Is Pure Audio set to Mode 1?
When set to Mode 1, no picture is displayed during playback
(page 51).
Is a DVI device connected?
The picture may not be displayed properly if a DVI device is
connected.
Is HDMI Color Space properly set?
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Change the HDMI Color Space setting (page 43).
• Press  STOP to stop playback, then restart playback.
• If the playback cannot be stopped, press  STANDBY/ON
on the player’s front panel to turn off the power, then turn the
power back on.
• If the power cannot be turned off, press and hold
 STANDBY/ON on the player’s front panel for over 5
seconds. The power will turn off.
Picture freezes and the front
panel and remote control
buttons stop working.
Motion is unnatural or
picture is not clear.
Remedy
• Connect the cable properly according to the connected
devices (page 13).
• Insert the cable firmly and all the way in.
Is the output video resolution set to 1080/24p?
• The picture may not be displayed properly, depending on the
source. Set the resolution to something other than 1080/24p.
• Change the Pure Cinema setting (page 38).
No picture is displayed or
picture is not output in high
definition when playing BDs.
With some discs, it may not be possible to output the video
signals from the VIDEO output terminals, the S-VIDEO output
terminal or the COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals. In this
case, connect using an HDMI cable (page 13).
• Picture is disturbed during
playback.
• Picture is dark.
• This player supports Macrovision analog copy protection
technology. With some TVs (such as with built-in video deck),
the picture will not be displayed properly when the copy
protected DVD title is played. This is not a malfunction.
• If the player and TV are connected via a DVD recorder/video
deck, etc., the picture will not be displayed properly due to
analog copy protection. Connect the player and TV directly.
Problem
Check
Remedy
• Picture is stretched.
• Picture is cropped.
• Aspect ratio cannot be
switched.
Is the TV’s aspect ratio properly set?
Read the TV’s operating instructions and set the TV’s aspect
ratio properly.
Is TV Aspect Ratio properly set?
Set TV Aspect Ratio properly (page 42).
Is 4:3 Video Out properly set?
Set 4:3 Video Out properly (page 42).
Is DVD 16:9 Video Out properly set?
Set DVD 16:9 Video Out properly (page 42).
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When video signals with a resolution of 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 720/
50p, 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p or 720/60p are being output
from the HDMI OUT terminals or the COMPONENT VIDEO
output terminals, they may be output with an aspect ratio of
16:9 even if TV Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard) (page 42).
Is Anamorphic Zoom set to On?
Picture is interrupted.
Set Anamorphic Zoom to Off (page 50).
The picture may be interrupted when the resolution of the
recorded video signal switches. Press OUTPUT RESOLUTION
to select a setting other than Auto, 1080/24p or Source Direct
(page 23).
Sound and picture are not
synchronized.
Is Output Terminal properly set?
Set Output Terminal properly (pages 19 and 42).
Is Lip Sync properly set?
Adjust the amount of audio delay with the Lip Sync setting
(page 40).
• No sound is output.
• Sound is not output
properly.
Is the disc played back in slow motion?
Is the disc played back in fast forward or fast reverse?
No sound is output during slow motion play and forward and
reverse scanning.
Are the audio cables properly connected?
• Connect the cable properly according to the connected
devices (page 13).
• Insert the cable firmly and all the way in.
Is the audio cable damaged?
If the cable is damaged, replace it with a new one.
Are the connected components (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) Read the operating instructions of the connected components
and check the volume, input, speaker settings, etc.
properly set?
Is Output Terminal properly set?
When ANALOG AUDIO is selected at Output Terminal, no
audio signals are output from the HDMI OUT or DIGITAL OUT
terminals (page 42).
Is the output video resolution properly set?
Use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to switch to the resolution at
which the video and audio signals are output (page 23).
Is the AV receiver or amplifier, etc., connected to the AUDIO
OUT (7.1 ch) terminals?
To listen to 2-channel analog audio, connect to FRONT (L/R) of
the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals (page 12) and set Audio
Output Mode to 2 Channel (page 43).
Are the speakers properly set?
When the AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is connected to the
AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals and Audio Output Mode is
set to Multi-channel, set Speaker Setup properly (page 45).
Is Pure Audio set to Mode 1 or Mode 2?
If set to Mode 1 or Mode 2, signals are only output from the
output terminal set at Output Terminal (page 51).
Is a DVI device connected?
The sound will not be output from the HDMI OUT terminals if a
DVI device is connected. Connect the device to a DIGITAL OUT
terminals or the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals (page 16).
Are you playing a DTS-CD?
To output the sound of DTS-CDs from the HDMI OUT (SUB)
terminal, set HDMI Audio Out to PCM (page 43).
For some BDs, audio signals are only output from DIGITAL
OUT terminals or the HDMI OUT terminals.
Multi-channel sound is not
output.
Is Output Terminal properly set?
Linear PCM (2-channel) audio signals are output from output
terminals other than the one set at Output Terminal under
Audio Out. Set Output Terminal properly (page 42).
Is the AV receiver or amplifier connected to the HDMI OUT
(SUB) terminal?
The HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal outputs linear PCM 2-channel
audio signals. Be sure to connect the AV receiver or amplifier
to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Is the audio output of the connected AV receiver or amplifier, Read the operating instructions of the connected AV receiver
or amplifier and check the audio output settings of AV receiver
etc., properly set?
or amplifier.
Is multi-channel sound selected?
Use the menu screen or AUDIO to switch the disc’s sound to
multi-channel.
Is the AV receiver or amplifier, etc., connected to the AUDIO
OUT (7.1 ch) terminals?
When the AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is connected to the
AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals, set Audio Output Mode to
Multi-channel (page 43). Also, set Speaker Setup properly
(page 45).
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Problem
Check
Noise can be heard when
outputting DTS Digital
Surround signals from the
DIGITAL OUT terminals.
Is the connected AV receiver or amplifier compatible with DTS If an AV receiver or amplifier that is not compatible with DTS
Digital Surround?
Digital Surround is connected to the DIGITAL OUT terminals,
set DTS Out to DTS  PCM (page 42).
192 kHz or 96 kHz digital
audio signals cannot be
output from the DIGITAL
OUT terminals.
Secondary audio or
interactive audio is not
output.
Sound is fast or slow.
Remedy
It is not possible to output 192 kHz or 96 kHz digital audio
signals from this player’s DIGITAL OUT terminals. The signals
are automatically converted to 48 kHz or less for output.
Is HDMI Audio Out properly set?
When listening to the sound from an HDMI OUT (MAIN)
terminal, set HDMI Audio Out to PCM (page 43).
Are Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out properly set?
When listening to the sound from an DIGITAL OUT terminal,
set Dolby Digital Out to Dolby Digital 1, DTS Out to DTS 1
(page 42).
When an HDMI cable is connected, are audio signals being
output from devices connected with cables other than HDMI
cables?
When a Pioneer AV receiver or amplifier compatible with the
PQLS function is connected directly to the player’s HDMI OUT
(MAIN) terminal using an HDMI cable, the PQLS function is
activated when playing an audio CD (CD-DA). Because of this,
the sound output from components other than the ones
connected by HDMI cable may be fast or slow. If this happens,
set PQLS to Off (page 43).
After a disc is inserted,
Are there too many files recorded on the disc?
Loading stays displayed and
playback does not start.
When a disc on which files are recorded is inserted, depending
on the number of files recorded on the disc, loading may take
several dozen minutes.
 is displayed in file names,
etc.
The characters that cannot be displayed on this player are
displayed in .
A message indicating low
memory (local storage)
appears while playing a
BD-ROM disc.
Erase the BDMV data (page 49).
The DVD layer of BD and DVD Is Hybrid Disc Playback properly set?
hybrid discs cannot be
played.
Set Hybrid Disc Playback to DVD (page 43).
The CD layer of BD and CD
hybrid discs cannot be
played.
Is Hybrid Disc Playback properly set?
The BDMV format on BD-R/
-RE discs cannot be played.
Set Hybrid Disc Playback to CD (page 43).
To play the BDMV format on BD-R/-RE discs containing both
BDMV and BDAV formats, set BDMV/BDAV Playback
Priority to BDMV (page 43).
Software updating
Problem
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Check
Remedy
“Connection to the software
updating server failed” is
displayed when you try to
update the software.
Perform Connection Test (page 49). If “Network connection
test completed successfully.” is displayed, check the proxy
server settings (page 48). Also there may be a problem with the
Internet connection. Contact your Internet service provider.
Software updating is slow.
Depending on the Internet connection and other conditions,
some time may be required to update the software.
• “WRT NG ****” is displayed
on the front panel display
during software updating.
(**** meaning any
characters)
• “WRT FAILED” is displayed
on the front panel display
during software updating.
The message is displayed when software updating has failed.
Check again whether it can be updated properly.
Problem
Check
A message other than
Is “LAN cable not connected” displayed?
“Network connection test
completed successfully” is
• Is “IP address cannot be obtained.” displayed?
displayed when Connection
• Is “No response from the gateway.” displayed?
Test is performed.
Is “IP address is overlapped.” displayed?
Remedy
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Check that this player and Ethernet hub (or router with hub
functionality) are properly connected.
• If the IP address is obtained using the DHCP server function,
check the setting is correct at the Display Network
Configuration (page 49). For details on the DHCP server
function, see the operating instructions of the Ethernet hub (or
router with hub functionality).
• Set the IP address manually.
• Check the operation and settings of the DHCP server
function of the Ethernet hub (or router with hub functionality).
For details on the DHCP server function, see the operating
instructions of the Ethernet hub (or router with hub
functionality).
• If this player’s has been set manually, reset the IP address of
this player or other components.
Is the Ethernet hub (or router with hub functionality) operating • Check the settings and operation the Ethernet hub (or router
properly?
with hub functionality). For details, see the operating
instructions of the Ethernet hub.
• Reboot the Ethernet hub (or router with hub functionality).
KURO LINK
Problem
Check
Remedy
KURO LINK function does
not work.
• Is the HDMI cable properly connected?
• Are you connected to the HDMI OUT (SUB) terminal?
To use the KURO LINK function, connect the Flat Screen TV
and AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) to the HDMI OUT
(MAIN) terminal (page 14).
Is the HDMI cable you are using a High Speed HDMI™ cable? Use a High Speed HDMI™ cable. The KURO LINK function
may not work properly if HDMI cable other than a High Speed
HDMI™ cable is used.
Is KURO LINK set to On on the player?
Set KURO LINK to On on the player (page 43).
Does the connected device support the KURO LINK function? • The KURO LINK function will not work with devices
manufactured by companies other than Pioneer, even when
connected using an HDMI cable.
• The KURO LINK function will not work if devices that do not
support the KURO LINK function or devices manufactured by
companies other than Pioneer are connected between the
KURO LINK-compatible device and the player.
• Even when connected to a Pioneer product compatible with
the KURO LINK function, some of the functions may not work.
Also refer to the operating instructions of the connected
device.
Is KURO LINK set to On on the connected device?
Set KURO LINK to On on the connected device. The KURO
LINK function operates when KURO LINK is set to On for all
devices connected to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal.
Once connections and settings of all the devices are finished,
be sure to check that the player’s picture is output to the Flat
Screen TV. (Also check after changing the connected devices
and connecting and/or disconnecting HDMI cables.) If the
player’s picture is not being output to the Flat Screen TV, the
KURO LINK function may not work properly.
For details, refer to the operating instructions of the connected
device.
Are multiple players connected?
The KURO LINK function may not work if three or more players,
including this player, are connected by HDMI cable.
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Problem
Check
Remedy
The player’s power turns off
automatically.
Is Auto Power Off set to On?
If Auto Power Off is set to On, the player’s power turns off
automatically if no operation is performed for over 30 minutes
(page 44).
The player’s power turns on
or off automatically.
Is KURO LINK set to On?
The player’s power may turn on and off together with the power
of the TV connected to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal. If you
do not want the player’s power to turn on and off when the TV’s
power is turned on and off, set KURO LINK to Off (page 43).
Player cannot be operated
with remote control.
Is an AV receiver or amplifier connected to the CONTROL IN
terminal on the player’s rear panel?
Operate with the remote control of the device connected to the
CONTROL IN terminal.
Are you operating the remote control from a point too far away Operate from within 7 m of the remote control sensor.
from the player?
Are the batteries dead?
Replace the batteries (page 5).
Input of connected TV and AV Is KURO LINK set to On?
system switches
automatically.
The input of the TV and AV system (AV receiver or amplifier,
etc.) connected to the HDMI OUT (MAIN) terminal may
automatically switch to the player when playback starts on the
player or the menu screen (Home Media Gallery, etc.) is
displayed. If you do not want the inputs of the connected TV
and AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) to switch
automatically, set KURO LINK to Off (page 43).
Settings you have made have • Have you disconnected the power cord while the player’s
been cleared.
power was on?
• Has there been a power failure?
Always press  STANDBY/ON on the player’s front panel or
 STANDBY/ON on the remote control and check that
POWER OFF has turned off from the player’s front panel
display before disconnecting the power cord. Be particularly
careful when the power cord is connected to the AC outlet on
another device because the player turns off in conjunction with
the device.
“Processing failed.” is
displayed.
If the message appears repeatedly, please ask your nearest
Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to carry out
repair work.
Glossary
 Aspect ratio
 BD-J
With BD-ROMs, it is possible to use Java applications to create
highly interactive titles, for example including games.
The ratio of a TV screen’s width to its height. Conventional TVs have
an aspect ratio of 4:3, while high definition (HD) and widescreen TVs
have an aspect ratio of 16:9.
 Audio language
Multiple audio tracks, for example the original sound and the
dubbed sound, can be recorded on BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs. Up
to 32 languages (32 audio tracks) can be recorded on BD-ROM
discs, up to 8 languages (8 audio tracks) on DVD-Video discs, so you
can select the desired language when viewing the disc.
 AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High
Definition)
The AVCHD is a high definition (HD) digital video camera recorder
format recording high-definition onto certain media by using highly
efficient codec technologies.
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 BDAV
Of the BD format, the Audio Visual Format Specifications for HD
digital broadcast recording is referred to as BDAV on this player and
in this operating instructions.
 BDMV
Of the BD format, the Audio Visual Format Specifications designed
for pre-packaged high definition (HD) movie contents is referred to
as BDMV on this player and in this operating instructions.
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 Component video output
 DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
This video output terminal provides clearer pictures when
connected to a TV equipped with component inputs. Component
video signals consist of three signals, Y, PB and PR.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is an audio format using lossy
coding. It can record 7.1 channels at 96 kHz/24 bits.
 Composite video output
Signals mixing the luminance signal (Y) and the color signal (C) so
they can be transferred on a single cord are output from this
terminal.
 Deep Color
This is one of the capabilities of HDMI™. The players supporting
Deep Color can transmit a video signal with a color bit depth of
greater than 8 bits per color component. Subtle color gradations
can be reproduced when connected to a TV that supports Deep
Color.
 Default Gateway
A default gateway is a communication device such as a router
which passes data between networks. It is used to direct data to
networks on which the destination gateway is not explicitly
specified.
 DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol)
This protocol provides configuration parameters (IP address, etc.)
for computers and other devices connected to the network.
 DivX
DivX is a media technology developed by DivX, Inc. DivX media files
include moving picture data.
 DNS (Domain Name System)
This is a system for associating Internet host names with IP
addresses.
 Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is an audio format to record the sound in up to 5.1
channels with a fraction of the amount of data as compared to linear
PCM audio signals.
 Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital Plus is an audio format for high-definition media. Built
on Dolby Digital, it combines the efficiency and flexibility to provide
high quality multi-channel audio. With BD-ROMs, up to 7.1
channels of digital sound can be recorded.
 Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is an audio format using lossless coding. With BDROMs, up to 8 channels can be recorded at 96 kHz/24 bits, or up to
6 channels at 192 kHz/24 bits.
 DRM
A technology for protecting copyrighted digital data. Digitized
videos, images and audio retain the same quality even when they
are copied or transferred repeatedly. DRM is a technology for
restricting the distribution or playback of such digital data without
the authorization of the copyright holder.
 DTS Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround is an audio format to record 48 kHz/24 bits
audio signals in 5.1 channels.
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 DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD Master Audio is an audio format using lossless coding.
With BD-ROMs, 7.1 channels can be recorded at 96 kHz/24 bits, or
5.1 channels at 192 kHz/24 bits.
 Dynamic range
This refers to the difference between the maximum and minimum
level of the sound. The dynamic range is measured in units of
decibels (dB).
When the dynamic range is compressed (Audio DRC), the minimum
signal level is increased and the maximum signal level decreased.
This way, the volume of loud sounds such as explosions is reduced,
while the sounds with a low level, such as human voices, are easier
to listen to.
 Ethernet
A standard for local area networks (LANs) used to connect multiple
computers, etc. in the same location. This player supports
100BASE-TX.
 Frames and fields
A frame is the unit for one of the still pictures which compose
motion pictures. One frame consists of a picture of odd lines and a
picture of even lines called fields in video signal with interlaced scan
method (576i, 1080i, etc.).
 HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection)
HDCP is a specification to protect audiovisual content across the
DVI/HDMI interface.
 HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface)
A digital interface standard for next-generation TVs expanding the
DVI (Digital Video Interface) terminal used for example for computer
displays. It allows transfer of non-compressed digital video and
audio signals (Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTSHD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS Digital
Surround, MPEG-2 AAC, linear PCM, etc.) with a single connector.
 Interactive audio
The audio signals recorded in the titles of BD-ROMs. They include
for example the clicking sound made when the menu screen is
operated.
 Interlaced scan
With this method, one picture is displayed by scanning it twice. The
odd lines are displayed in the first pass, the even lines are displayed
in the second, to form a single picture (frame). Interlaced scan is
indicated in this player and operating instructions by an “i” after the
resolution value (for example, 576i).
 IP address
An address that identifies a computer or other device connected to
the Internet or local area network. It is represented a number in four
sections.
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 Linear PCM
 Secondary audio
This is referred as the audio signals that are not compressed,
frequently used for DVD-Video discs containing musicals or music
concerts. This can also be indicated “48 kHz/16 bit”, “96 kHz”, etc.
Some BD-ROMs include sub audio streams mixed with the main
audio. These sub audio streams are called “secondary audio”. On
some discs this secondary audio is recorded as the audio for the
secondary video.
 MAC (Media Access Control) address
A hardware identification number assigned specifically to the
network device (LAN card, etc.).
 MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group)
The name of a family of standards used to encode video and audio
signals in a digital compressed format. The video encoding
standards include MPEG-1 Video, MPEG-2 Video, MPEG-4 Visual,
MPEG-4 AVC, etc. The audio encoding standards include MPEG-1
Audio, MPEG-2 Audio, MPEG-2 AAC, etc.
 Multi angle
Up to 9 camera angles can be recorded simultaneously on BD-ROM
or DVD-Video discs, letting you view the same scene from different
angles.
 Parental Lock
Playback of the contents of some BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs can
be restricted, for example for discs containing scenes of violence.
With BD-ROM discs, an age restriction can be set to restrict
playback. Playing DVD-Video title can be restricted by setting the
parental lock level.
 Subnet mask
This is used to identify which part of the IP address corresponds to
the subnet (a separately managed network). The subnet mask is
expressed as ‘255.255.255.0’.
 Subtitle language
This refers to the language of the subtitles often used on movies. Up
to 255 languages (255 types of subtitles) can be recorded on BDROM discs, 32 languages (32 types of subtitles) on DVD-Video discs,
so you can select the desired subtitle when viewing the disc.
 VC-1
A video codec developed by Microsoft and standardized by the
Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). Some
BDs include videos encoded in this codec.
 x.v.Color
This is a function for superimposing a sub video on the main video.
Some BD-ROMs include secondary video, which can be
superimposed on the primary video.
“x.v.Color” is a promotion name given to the products that have the
capability to realize a wide-gamut color space based on the
international standard specifications defined as xvYCC.
A wider range of colors than before can be reproduced by playing
video signals conforming to “xvYCC” standards on this player when
connected to an “x.v.Color”-compatible TV, etc.
This is a sub-address provided below the IP address for
simultaneously connecting to multiple parties during Internet
communications.
 Progressive scan
With this method, one picture is consisted of a single picture,
without dividing it in two pictures. Progressive scan provides clear
pictures with no flicker, in particular for still pictures that contain
much text, graphics, or horizontal lines. Progressive scan is
indicated in this player and operating instructions by a “p” after the
resolution value (for example, 576p).
 Proxy server
This is a relay server for ensuring fast access and safe
communications when connecting to the Internet from an internal
network.
 Region number
A number assigned to Blu-ray Disc Players, BD-ROM and DVDVideo discs according to the region in which they are sold. A disc
can be played if the region numbers indicated on the disc include
the number set for the player or if “ALL” is indicated.
 S-Video output
An output terminal for transmitting separate luminance (Y) and
color (C) signals over a single cord. It offers clearer pictures than the
composite video output.
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Some BD-ROMs include sub videos superimposed on the main
videos using the Picture-in-Picture function. These sub videos are
called “secondary video”.
 Picture-in-Picture (P-in-P)
 Port number
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 Secondary video
Specifications
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Model
BDP-LX91
Type
Blu-ray Disc PLAYER
Rated voltage
AC 220 V to 240 V
Rated frequency
50 Hz/60 Hz
Power consumption
59 W
Power consumption (standby)
0.3 W
Weight
14.3 kg
External dimensions (including projecting parts)
420 mm (W) x 143 mm (H) x 365 mm (D)
Tolerable operating temperature
+5 °C to +35 °C
Tolerable operating humidity
5 % to 85 % (no condensation)
Output terminals
2 sets, 19-pin: 5 V, 250 mA (Total value for the HDMI OUT
(MAIN) and HDMI OUT (SUB) terminals)
HDMI
Video outputs
Audio outputs
Digital audio outputs
Video
1 set, RCA jack: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
S-Video
1 set, S-Video jack:
Y (luminance): 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
C (color): 0.300 Vp-p (75 Ω, PAL), 0.286 Vp-p (75 Ω, NTSC)
Component video
1 set, BNC jacks:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 Ω)
7.1-channel (multi-channel: front left/
right, surround left/right, center,
surround back left/right, subwoofer)
1 set, Number of channels: 8, RCA jacks
Audio output level
200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Frequency response
4 Hz to 88 kHz (192 kHz sampling)
S/N ratio
115 dB
Dynamic range
103 dB
Total harmonic distortion
0.0015 %
Wow & flutter
Below measurable limits (±0.001 % W. PEAK)
Optical
1 set, Optical digital jack
Coaxial
1 set, RCA jack
LAN
Control
1 set, Ethernet jack (100BASE-TX)
Input
1 set, Minijack (3.5 ø)
Note
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PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, Meguro 1-Chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
P.O. BOX 1540, Long Beach, California 90801-1540, U.S.A. TEL: (800) 421-1404
PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R 0P2, Canada TEL: 1-877-283-5901, 905-479-4411
PIONEER EUROPE NV
Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, B-9120 Melsele, Belgium TEL: 03/570.05.11
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD.
253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936 TEL: 65-6472-7555
PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
178-184 Boundary Road, Braeside, Victoria 3195, Australia, TEL: (03) 9586-6300
PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO S.A. DE C.V.
Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico,D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270
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Copyright © 2008 Pioneer Corporation.
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