KABRP3DWFIB Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Player with Wi-Fi

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KABRP3DWFIB Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Player with Wi-Fi | Manualzz

Table of Contents

Safety Notices...........................................................................................................................................................................................2

Notice....................................................................................................................................................................................................2

Placement............................................................................................................................................................................................2

Power Supply.....................................................................................................................................................................................2

Adjusting Volume.............................................................................................................................................................................2

Cleaning................................................................................................................................................................................................2

Cleaning discs.....................................................................................................................................................................................2

Connecting to the HDMI OUT port............................................................................................................................................2

Using the Remote Control & Battery...............................................................................................................................................3

Notes for remote control operation..........................................................................................................................................3

Using Discs................................................................................................................................................................................................4

Product Description...............................................................................................................................................................................5

Front panel..........................................................................................................................................................................................5

Rear panel............................................................................................................................................................................................5

Remote Control.................................................................................................................................................................................6

Device Connections................................................................................................................................................................................7

Video and component input.........................................................................................................................................................7

Connecting 7.1 channel analog input amplifier......................................................................................................................7

Coaxial and Optical connection .................................................................................................................................................7

HDMI connection .............................................................................................................................................................................8

Network connection .......................................................................................................................................................................8

Playing – Advanced Playing Operations........................................................................................................................................9

Screen control menu.......................................................................................................................................................................9

Using the OSD menu.....................................................................................................................................................................10

BD-Live.................................................................................................................................................................................................11

Media Player – Using Data Discs and USB Files..........................................................................................................................11

Selecting and playing data files..................................................................................................................................................11

Special operations when playing picture files.....................................................................................................................12

Network Neighbourhood....................................................................................................................................................................13

DLNA Function and SMB..............................................................................................................................................................13

Setup – customising settings in the main menu........................................................................................................................15

Network Connection Settings..........................................................................................................................................................22

LAN Connection ............................................................................................................................................................................22

Wi-Fi Connection............................................................................................................................................................................22

Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................................................................................23

Technical Specifications.....................................................................................................................................................................25

Region settings...............................................................................................................................................................................25

Compatible media..........................................................................................................................................................................25

Video...................................................................................................................................................................................................25

Audio...................................................................................................................................................................................................25

HDMI output.....................................................................................................................................................................................25

USB......................................................................................................................................................................................................25

Master device...................................................................................................................................................................................25

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Safety Notices

Notice

The player complies with the limit regulation on using connection cables within 3 metres in the EMC directive.

Placement

Please put the player in a ventilated place to avoid heat accumulation in the player.

Do not put the player on soft surfaces such as carpets or bedspreads to avoid blocking the vents.

Do not install the player in a narrow location (such as on a bookshelf).

Do not place the player near heat sources or a location where it will receive direct sunlight.

Do not use the player outdoors, in a vehicle or in a boat.

If the player is carried into a warm location from a cool location, the lens in the player may have condensation on it. If the player does not function correctly after this occurs, please take the disc out, disconnect the power and set aside for an hour to allow the moisture to evaporate.

The player should be installed in a horizontal position rather than vertical.

The player should be installed and operated at least 20cm away from your body.

Do not place any heavy or unstable objects on the player.

Do not place any objects other than discs on the disc tray.

When you move the player, please take out any discs, or else they may be damaged.

When you move the player, please disconnect it from the power socket.

Power Supply

As long as the power cord of the player is connected to the wall, the AC power supply is still connected, even if the power supply is turned off.

If you will not be using the player for a long time, please disconnect the power plug from the wall socket.

Please unplug by holding the plug. Never pull on the cable.

If the power cable is damaged, do not use the player. Contact the Kogan customer support team.

Adjusting Volume

When you listen to any material with low input levels or no audio signals, do not turn the volume up, as you may hurt your ears or damage the speakers when the volume returns to peak level.

Cleaning

Please wipe the shell, panel and remote control with a soft cloth. Do not use sandpaper, polish or any cleaning solutions.

Cleaning discs

Do not use cleaning discs or disc cleansers (either wet or spray kinds), as this may damage the player.

Connecting to the HDMI OUT port

Improper operation may damage the HDMI out port and the connection. Please follow the instructions below.

Check the shape of the port and connector, then align and connect to the HDMI port and HDMI connector in the rear of the unit. Make sure that the connector is not upside-down or inclined.

When you move the player, please disconnect the HDMI cable first.

When you connect or disconnect the HDMI cable, please hold the HDMI connector firmly. Do not twist or force the HDMI plug into the jack.

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Using the Remote Control & Battery

Installing the battery Using remote control

Open the battery cover.

Insert the 2 x AAA batteries.

Ensure you align the +/- polarity of the battery to the markings in the slot.

Aim the remote control at the receiver on the panel, then operate.

Put the battery cover back on.

Notes for remote control operation

Do not use the remote control under strong lighting, as the signals may not function or they may be received incorrectly.

Do not drop the remote control or hit it against other objects.

Do not put the remote control in hot or moist surroundings, or it may oxidise the components and rust the metal parts quickly.

Do not disassemble the remote control. If there is a problem with the remote, please contact the

Kogan customer service team.

If the remote control isn't effective or the usage range decreases significantly, please replace the batteries. Do not mix old batteries with new ones.

Check the batteries regularly to ensure they aren't leaking. If you see signs of leakage, please clean the battery slot before replacing them with new batteries as the metal may erode.

The effective range of the remote control is 7m from the front of the remote.

The effect angle of the remote control is 30° from the front of the remote.

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Using Discs

Holding the disc:

Do not touch the data/playing side of the disc.

Do not stick paper or adhesive tape to the playing side of the disc.

Data side

Cleaning the disc:

Fingerprints and dirt on the disc surface may affect the audio and video quality. Use a soft cloth to wipe the disc from the centre out to the outside.

Disc storage:

If dirt/stains cannot be removed with a dry cloth, then wipe with a wet cloth, followed by a dry cloth. Do not use any solvents such as thinners, alcohol or detergents, as these will damage the disc.

Do not place the discs in locations that receive direct sunlight or strong heat.

Place the discs securely in their cases when not being used.

About the user manual:

This manual describes the basic specifications of the Blu-ray player. Certain Blu-ray discs may have special requirements or limitations that may not be compatible with this player.

Over time, the manufacturing of the players may be improved and upgraded. If the operation of the player is different to that described in this manual, please refer to the actual functioning of the player.

If the player isn't going to be used for a long period, please put a disc in the tray to avoid affective the performance of the laser head.

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Product Description

Front panel

1. Disc tray

2. Remote receiver

3. Power (ON/OFF/Standby)

Turn player on/off, or put into standby.

4. LED

Rear panel

5. Eject/Insert

7. Play/Pause

8. USB interface

Connect your USB device to this interface.

1. Rear left surround channel output

2. Left front channel output

3. Left surround channel output

4. Centre channel output

5. Digital Audio Output (Coaxial)

6. Component Y Output

7. Component Pb Output

8. Component Pr Output

9. Rear Right Surround Channel Output

10. Right Front Channel Output

11. Right Surround Channel Output

12. Subwoofer Output

13. Digital Audio Output (Optical)

14. Composite Video Output

15. Audio Output (R)

16. Audio Output (L)

17. HDMI Output

18. LAN Input

19. USB Input

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Remote Control

While playing, press the following buttons to operate.

1.

Power: turn player on/off.

2.

0-9: select and enter numbers.

3.

Audio: select audio language or channel.

4.

Disc menu: access the main menu of the disc.

5.

Info: access main menu of disc. Information of the video.

6.

Return: return to previous menu.

7.

Home: return to home.

8.

OK: confirm

9.

Stop: stop playing.

10.

Play/Pause: press once to pause, press again to resume.

11.

Fast rewind: fast rewind by 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x.

Fast forward: fast forward by 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x.

12.

Search: select the search time, chapter etc. Method: press the search button to enter the interface, then press the left/right keys to select time or chapter and press OK. Press the up/down key or enter numbers directly and press OK to confirm.

13.

Mute: mute or cancel mute.

14.

Clear: clear error.

15.

Random: random playback.

16.

PIP: turn picture-in-picture on or off.

17.

Audio: select audio language or channel.

18.

Program/Red button: set a program of chapters/tracks to play.

19.

Bookmark/Green button: mark the disk being played, set bookmark, or press and hold to display bookmark list.

20.

Eject/Insert: eject or insert the disc tray.

21.

Subtitle: select the subtitle language.

22.

Title popup: enter or exit disc menu.

23.

Setup: display setup menu.

24.

Direction: arrow keys.

Left: during play, hold down left arrow to display the search time.

Right: during play, hold down right arrow to display the search time.

25.

Option: access more options while playing.

26.

Prev: go to previous chapter/track, or the chapter start of the disc.

Next: go to next chapter/track on the disc.

27.

Vol+ : turn the volume up.

Vol- : turn the volume down.

28.

A-B: while playing, press once to select a starting point. Press it again at the end point, and the player will repeatedly play the selected segment.

29.

Repeat: repeat playing the title, chapter, track or disc.

30.

HDMI: HDMI output.

31.

Angle: select a different viewing angle (if available)

32.

Blue button: performs blue button action according to menu display.

33.

Zoom/yellow button: zoom image.

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Device Connections

Video and component input

Connecting 7.1 channel analog input amplifier

Coaxial and Optical connection

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HDMI connection

Network connection

Connect the network cable then configure the network in the setup menu.

The network functionality will now be available.

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Playing – Advanced Playing Operations

Home (picture 1)

The corresponding functions of the 4 icons on the main menu.

Picture 1

Advanced Playing Operations

Screen control menu

With the screen control menu, you can set and select certain playing statuses.

While playing, press the [Option] key to show the screen control menu, as shown below.

In the screen control menu, press to select an item, then press [OK] to select and set. The screen control menu contains the following items:

Title [BD-V DVD-V]: display current title and total titles. Press the direction key [ ] to open the title selection bar, select the desired title, then press [OK] to play from the selected title.

Chapter [BD-V DVD-V]: display current chapter and total chapters. Press the direction key [ ] to open the chapter selection bar, select the desired chapter, then press [OK] to play from the selected chapter.

File [VIDEO AUDIO PHOTO]: display current file and total files in current folder. Press the direction key [ ] to open the selection bar, select the desired file, then press [OK] to play from the selected file.

Time [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: displays the playing time of the current title, chapter, disc, track and file. Press the direction key [ ] to open the time bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch between playing time and remaining time.

Playing mode [CD VIDEO AUDIO PHOTO]: display current playing mode. Press the direction key [ ] to open the selection bar, then switch playing mode between 'Normal', 'Random' and 'Shuffle'.

Audio [BD-V DVD-V]: display the language and audio signal decoding mode of the audio output. Press the direction key [ ] to open the audio bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch the audio.

Angle [BD-V DVD-V]: display the current playing angle. Press the direction key [ ] to open the angle bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch the playing angles.

Subtitle [BD-V DVD-V]: display current caption state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the caption bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch the caption language.

Subtitle type [VIDEO]: only available during video play; displays current caption state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the caption bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch the caption language.

Second video [BD-V]: display secondary video state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the selection bar, then press [ ] [ ] to switch to full screen video output, and show secondary video window simultaneously (PIP).

Second audio [BD-V]: display secondary audio state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the selection bar, then press [ ] [ ] to enable/disable the output of secondary audio.

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Bitrate [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: display the bit rate of the video/audio signal.

Instant search [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: go forward 30 seconds and play.

Instant replay [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: go back 10 seconds and play.

Lantern slide [PHOTO]: display the switching speed when playing a photo slideshow. Press [OK] to switch between fast, medium and slow.

Switch [PHOTO]: display the switching effect when playing a photo slideshow. Press [OK] to switch between none, slide left, slide up, slide down, slide right, rectangular shrinking, rectangular enlarging, mixing, dissolving, horizontal interweaving, vertical interweaving, horizontal separation, vertical separation, horizontal division and vertical division.

Note: in the screen control menu, press the [Option] key to hide the screen control menu again.

Using the OSD menu

With the OSD menu, you can check the current playing state. In the playing state, press the [INFO] key to show the OSD menu on the screen.

When playing BD-V/DVD-V discs, the menu is as shown below:

1.

Playing state

2.

Disc type

3.

Title: display current title and total files

4.

Chapter: display current chapter and total chapters in current title

5.

Time: display the playing time of the current title

6.

Caption: display the current caption state

7.

Audio: display language and audio signal decoding mode of audio output

When playing an audio CD, the menu is shown as below:

1.

Playing state

2.

Disc type

3.

Title: display current title and total titles

4.

Time: displays the playing time of the current title

5.

Audio: displays language and audio signal decoding mode of audio output

When playing audio and video files, the menu is shown as below:

1.

Playing state

2.

Disc type

3.

File: displays the playing time of the current title

4.

Audio: displays language and audio signal decoding mode of audio output

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When viewing photo files, the menu is shown as below:

1.

Playing state

2.

Data file type

3.

File: display the current file and total files in the current folder

4.

Repeat mode: displays the current repeat mode

5.

Lantern slide: effect and switching speed

Note: in the OSD menu, press the [INFO] key to hide the menu.

BD-Live

For discs that support BD-Live, access the internet with the player to download any additional trailers, special features and interactive games.

1.

Connect to the network.

2.

Connect to USB storage according to BUDA settings.

3.

Play the discs that support BD-Live; while in the playing state, press the

[TITLE] key to show the disc menu, then press the direction keys to navigate to BD-Live, then press [OK] to open the menu.

(The network connection may take some time)

The popup menu will show on the screen as shown to right:

4.

In the BD-Live menu, press the direction keys, number keys and the [OK] button to select menu items, download trailers, access special features, play interactive games and play downloaded content.

Note: the BD-Live function is only available when the player is connected to the network successfully.

When connected to the network, it is also limited by network speed.

Please follow the instructions on page XX regarding network settings.

The available content depends on the BD-Live service provider.

Downloaded content is saved in BUDA specified memory. If the specified memory doesn't have sufficient space, then please select “Format” in “BUDA info” to clear storage space. Previously downloaded content will be lost.

When using BD-Live functionality, the user should connect an external USB disc, making sure that the available space is at least 1GB.

Select device in System BUDA BUDA setup.

When the network is disconnected, play the content saved in the player memory via the steps above.

Media Player – Using Data Discs and USB Files

With the media player, you can play photo, music and video files saved on data discs and USB devices

(including HDD). Depending on the disc type, certain discs cannot be played and certain functions may not be compatible.

Selecting and playing data files

Insert the data disc, or connect a USB device (USB disc, digital camera, memory card reader, MP3 player or mobile hard disk) with a USB cable.

Note: before connecting the USB device, press the power button to set the player into standby, then once connected, press the power button to turn it on. Before disconnecting the device, once again set the player into standby first, as this will stop the files on the player being damaged.

1.

After reading the data disc or USB device (including HDD), the media center menu will display automatically. In stopped media, press the Media Center key to open the media center menu, as shown right.

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2.

Press the direction keys to select the media that is storing the files that you wish to play and press

[OK] to confirm the media selection, as shown below.

3.

Press the direction keys to then navigate to the data files to be played and press [OK] to start them playing.

Note: when playing audio files, the OSD menu will display on the screen.

Special operations when playing picture files

Operations while playing

[Stop]: stop playing images and return to media center

[Pause]: pause playing of the slideshow

[Play]: start playing the slideshow

[Next]: go to next picture

[Previous]: go to previous picture

: pause playing and convert the picture

: pause playing and mirror the picture

: pause playing and rotate the picture counter-clockwise

: pause playing and rotate the picture clockwise

Editing Play Lists

Follow the instructions of 'Selecting and playing data files' as described previously to select files, then press [Title Popup] to display a dialog box where you can select accordingly from below, then press [OK].

Add to play list: add the selected files to the play list; (selected files have red checkmark boxes next to them)

Select all: select all files in the current folder; then add all files to the play list;

Clear all: clear all of the options in the current folder;

Cancel: cancel the operation and close the dialog box.

Note: the edited play list will be cleared once the player is turned off. When the disc is removed or the USB disk is disconnected, the selected files in the media list will disappear from the play list. The maximum number of files in a play list is 100.

Playing the List

After the play list has been edited, press the direction key [ ] to return to the root directory of the media center, then press the direction keys [ ] [ ] to select “Playing List”, then press OK to open the data type selection menu.

Press the direction keys to select the data type, then press [OK] to open the list of the selected type.

In the opened playing list, press the direction keys to select the data files, then press [OK] to play all of the files in the play list.

In the play list, press [Popup Menu] to display a dialog box, which you can select accordingly from the options below, then press [OK].

Clear from play list: clears the selected file from the play list;

Select all: select all of the files in the current play list;

Clear all: clear all of the files in the current play list;

Clear all: clear all selected files;

Cancel: cancel the operation and close the dialog box.

Note: While playing, press the [Stop] key to stop playing and return to the playing list. At this point, press the direction key [ ] to exit the current playing list.

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Network Neighbourhood

DLNA Function and SMB

Create a file share server and DLNA server on your network.

This means you can play videos, music and pictures on devices connected to the same network remotely.

You only need hardware such as a computer or NAS server, with software acting as DLNA, SMB or CIFS.

Turn on “My Internet” in the setup menu, then press the “main menu” button and choose the internet icon to check the lists which can be applied in the server.

In some cases, you may need to disable the firewall of the hardware so that the player can visit the server.

The player can share internet access through one of three methods:

1.

As a digital media player (DMP): the player can search, visit and extract resources from local media servers subjectively, which is equal to DLNA.

2.

As a digital media renderer (DMR): the player plays resources pushed from a digital media controller (DMC). In this case, media server with DMC functionality is required. For more information on settings and usage, please check the instruction manuals of the relevant servers.

3.

Visiting SMB/CIFS client side: the player can read files shared client side through the network, just like visiting an external USB storage device. Most computers, especially those using the Microsoft

Windows OS have got SMB client side already.

Notes:

NAS is a type of network equipment that provides file-based data storage services for other network devices. These products are widely sold.

SMB (Server Message Block) or CIFS (Common Internet File Systems) are usually named as the

Microsoft Windows Network. Without connecting extra media servers and performing any media format conversions to reduce the processing load, it can maintain the original content quality.

This media play is designed for compatibility with local network shared hardware and software.

Due to the diversity of NAS networks, media servers and configurations, we cannot 100% guarantee that the media player will be completely compatible with your personal setup.

We will use Ark MC Lite as an example to explain how to use DMP and DMR:

To start with, you need to ensure that Ark MC Lite is installed to a mobile phone or tablet before opening the software, then connect the phone and the player to the same router.

DMP:

1.

Enter into the settings page from the home page of the blu-ray player General Settings Internet

→ →

DLNA Turn On (see image below) press “Home” key (DLNA setting is on).

2.

After getting into the Network Neighbourhood from the home page, DLNA devices found by the player will display (see image below). You can then browse and play the pictures, videos or music on the devices.

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DMR:

1.

Turn on DLNA, Home Page General Settings System DMR Turn on (see image below). Press

[Home] key to go back to the home page. (DMR default setting is off).

2.

Enable the software on your mobile phone, then access to the device when the servers search the

DMS device. Choose files that you want to play, then press the [Play] button. A window will pop-up

(as shown in the image below).

You can play it on your mobile phone or other devices. If you choose the blu-ray player, then you can play files pushed by the mobile phone on it.

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Setup – customising settings in the main menu

Menu Submenu Item

System

Screen Saver

(Prevent screen burn)

Setting and Description

ON

Enable screen saver. If there is no operation within 15 minutes, the screen saver will be activated automatically. Unit will enter standby mode.

OFF

Disable this function.

Disc Auto

Playback

ON

Enable auto-play. When a disc is inserted, the player will read and start to play automatically.

OFF

CEC

Load Default

(restore factory settings)

ON

When this is enabled, the player is in standby and the device connected through HDMI will also be in standby.

OFF

Disable this function.

Select this option and press [OK], and the following dialog box will appear:

General

Settings

Language

Upgrade

(software update)

BUDA

(For BD-J disc playing)

Press direction keys to select [OK] and press it to restore all the settings to their original defaults, or select [CANCEL] to exit the dialog box.

Disc

The upgrade program is saved on a disc. When the autoupgrade function is set to 'OFF', you need to select the upgrade option manually after inserting the disc.

USB Storage

The upgrade program is saved on the USB disk.

Network

Connect the network cable to the NIC interface and make sure that the network connection is normal.

BUDA information (release the storage space)

When playing BD-J or BD-Live discs, if the storage space is insufficient, please select [Format] and press [OK] to clear the

BUDA info on the USB disc to release space.

BUDA setup (setting the storage media)

USB storage is used as the storage media, and when a USB disk is required, the disk must be formatted in FAT32 mode. (Please note that a HDD can't be used as the storage media).

English, Chinese

OSD

(Set OSD language)

Menu

(Set menu language)

Audio

(Set audio language)

Subtitles

(Set subtitle language)

English, French, Chinese, Spanish, More

English, French, Chinese, Spanish.... More, OFF

If the required language isn't in the list, select “more”.

If subtitles are not required, select 'OFF'

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Menu Submenu Item

Closed

Captions

PIP Mark

Setting and Description

ON

OFF

ON

Enable PIP function

The PIP function of certain BD discs allows the player to display primary and secondary screens simultaneously. Generally, the primary video displayed in full screen while the secondary video is displayed in a smaller frame.

When PIP is enabled and the player recognises that the disc contains secondary video, it will display an icon.

General

Settings

Playback

Security

Secondary

Audio Mark

Last Memory

Change

Password

OFF

Disable this function.

ON

Enable secondary audio

The secondary audio function of certain BD discs allows the playing of primary and secondary audio simultaneously. When secondary audio is enabled, the player will automatically check whether secondary audio is available and will display an icon.

OFF

Disable this function.

Select to memorise the play status of the disc.

ON

Enable memory playing. When enabled, the player can memorise the play progress of six discs. When the discs are inserted next time, a dialog box will pop up and ask you whether to start the disc from the start again [Return], or if you would like to resume from the point that you stopped last time

[OK].

Please note that the memorised times will be lost once the unit has been powered down.

OFF

Disable this function.

Select this function and press [OK], and the screen will show the dialog box below.

Enter your current password using the [0-9] keys, then if the password is valid, the following box will appear.

Press [0-9] to enter your new password, then enter it a second time to confirm. The password is now saved.

Note: The initial password is 0000.

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Menu Submenu Item

Parental

Control

(Allow select playing according to disc rating and filtering methods for children)

Setting and Description

Select this function and press [OK]. The screen will show the dialog box below and ask you to enter your password. See the previous page for how to set your password.

Press [0-9] to enter your current password. If the password is valid, the following dialog box will appear.

General

Settings Security

Use the direction buttons to select the rating settings (as described below) that you would like the player to ensure, then press [OK] to exit the dialog box.

Rating Description

Children safe Suitable for all children.

G

PG

PG-13

Suitable for all ages.

Watch under parental guidance.

Children under 13 should only watch under parental guidance.

PGR

R

NC-17

Adult

Parental Guidance Required.

Children under 17 should only watch under parental guidance.

Children under 17 are prohibited from viewing.

Adults only

Country Code

(select the country code to make sure user can only watch content allowed in the region)

Select this function and press [OK]. The screen will show the dialog box below and ask you to enter your password. See the previous page for how to set your password.

Press [0-9] to enter your current password. If the password is valid, the following dialog box will appear.

Use the direction keys to select the country, then press the [OK] button to exit the dialog box.

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Menu

General

Settings

Submenu Item

Network

Interface

Setting and Description

Select the mode of network access.

Ethernet (select this option if the network is connected via a cable).

Wireless (Select this option if the network is connected through a wireless NIC; in this case, the USB interface in the rear side of the player must be inserted with a wireless NIC with RT7601 x chip)

To change the network access mode, please disconnect the current network connection first.

Information

Display network information, such as interface, IP address etc..

Connection test Test whether the network is connected successfully. If the network setting is changed, please check that the settings are correct in this option.

Network OK (connected successfully)

Network error (connection failed, please reset)

Network OK, proxy error (network is connected successfully, but the proxy setting has an error and needs to be reset).

IP Setting

Set the IP address accordingly in either mode below.

Auto (obtain IP address automatically)

Manual (set IP address manually and open the dialog box below)

Press left and right direction keys to select different items, then press down to clear the original settings. Use the number keys to enter the correct network information.

Once done, press [OK] to save settings, which will take effect immediately. While setting, you can press [Return] to exit the dialog box.

Wireless setting If the wireless network is selected, it requires configuration.

Search

Search for available networks in the area and results will be shown on the screen as shown below, that you can select accordingly.

Press the direction keys to select the correct wireless network, the press [OK] and a dialog box will appear for you to enter your password.

If the network security is set to “None” and it doesn't require a password, you can press [NEXT] directly. For other options please enter the password of the wireless network, then press

[NEXT] and press [OK] to complete the wireless set up.

If the connection fails, then the signal may be too weak.

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Menu Submenu Item

General

Settings

Network

Setting and Description

BD-Live connection

DLNA

Set the access authority of BD-Live content.

Permitted (allow all BD-Live discs to connect to network)

Partial Permitted (only registered BD-Live discs are allowed to connect to network)

Prohibited (forbid all BD-Live discs from connecting to network).

Enable

Enable PC browsing function, and play video, music and pictures in PC.

Disable

Proxy Setting

Wi-Fi Direct

Select the proxy server to connect to the network

Disable (do not use proxy server to connect to the network)

Enable (connect to the network with proxy server)

Proxy host (set the host of the proxy server)

Proxy port (set the port of the proxy server)

ON

(This function is still in the test stage and cannot be guaranteed to work 100%) Disconnect the blu-ray player from the router and also disconnect your mobile device from the router for the best performance.

OFF

TV Screen

(set aspect ratio to match the connected TV set)

When connected to a 16:9 TV, select:

16:9 full

In this mode, if the aspect ratio of the disc is 4:3 then the output signal of the player will be stretched to 16:9 full screen.

16:9 normal

In this mode, if the aspect ratio of the disc is 4:3 then the horizontal measurement of the image will remain unchanged, and the vertical measurement will be compressed to 9/16 of the horizontal width.

Display

Settings TV

Resolution

(Set the video output resolution)

When connected to a 4:3 TV, select:

4:3 pan&scan

The left and right sides of a 16:9 image will be cut to fit the 4:3 screen. The image quality will remain unchanged.

4:3 letterbox

The top and bottom of the 16:9 image are black to fit the 4:3 screen, but the image quality will be reduced due to the scanning lines being reduced.

Set the resolution of the display device. The numbers 480, 720,

1080 and 4k indicate the resolution lines of video output. I

(interlaced) or P (progressive) indicate the scanning mode of the video output.

Auto

The player will check and select the optimised resolution automatically.

480i/576i

480P/576P

720P

1080i

1080P

4K*2K

After the resolution is adjusted, the above dialog box will appear. If you are satisfied with the image, select [OK], otherwise select [Cancel]. If you don't make a selection within 12 seconds the TV will revert to the previous setting.

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Menu

Display

Settings

Submenu Item

TV

TV System

Color Space

HDMI Deep colour

HDMI 1080P

24HZ

HDMI 3D

Video adjust

Setting and Description

Set the system of the output TV signal.

NTSC

PAL

MULTI

Set the colour space

RGB

YcbCr

YcbCr422

Full RGB

Set HDMI colour depth

30-bit

36-bit

48-bit

OFF

Enable/disable the output of HDMI 1080P 24HZ.

ON

OFF

Enable/disable the output of the 3D signal

Auto

The player checks and selects whether HDMI signal output signal is of a 3D blu-ray disc

OFF

Press direction keys to adjust the brightness, contrast, tune and saturation.

Video process

Audio

Settings

Motion video process

Audio output

Sharpness High

Middle

Low

Video mode

Noise reduction 0

1

2

3

Standard

Vivid

Cinema

Custom

SPDif

(Select the digital audio signal format from the digital audio output terminal)

HDMI

(Select the digital audio signal format from the HDMI terminal)

Turn off the signal output of the digital audio output terminal of the player.

Bitstream

PCM

Re-encode

OFF

Bitstream

OFF

PCM Auto

PCM 7.x

PCM 5.x

PCM 2.x

Re-encode

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Menu

Audio settings

Submenu Item

Audio output

Down-samp

(select the down sampling frequency of digital audio signal PCM code)

Dolby DRC

Setting and Description

48K

If the input audio is higher than 48KHZ, the original audio will be downsampled to 48KHZ, or lower. If the audio device supports audio input higher than 48KHZ, then this option is not recommended.

96K

If the input audio is higher than 96KHZ, the original audio will be downsampled to 96KHZ, or lower. If the audio device supports audio input higher than 96KHZ, then this option is not recommended.

192K

If the input audio is higher than 192KHZ, the original audio will be downsampled to 192KHZ, or lower. If the audio device supports audio input higher than 192KHZ, then this option is not recommended.

ON (enable dynamic output compression)

OFF (disable dynamic output compression)

Auto

Dynamic range is the difference between the minimum audio strength high than device noise and the maximum audio strength before distortion. Enable dynamic compression for viewing at night.

OFF

MODE-1

MODE-2

DRC

(Set dynamic compression to

ON/OFF)

Configuration

(Select according to connected speaker and power amplifier)

2X (configuration when two channels are connected)

First step: select the audio channel mode

L/R: select this option if your power amplifier is compatible with

Dolby Pro Logic;

Stereo: select this option if the player is connected to a stereo power amplifier.

Second step: select the quantity of bass

None: select this option if you have no subwoofer;

Single: select this option if you do have a subwoofer

Speaker setup

Test Tone

Third step: select the speaker to be set

If the bass quantity is “none”, you can select to set left/right speaker.

If the bass quantity is “single”, in addition to the left/right speakers you can also set the subwoofer

Fourth step: set the selected speaker as follows:

Size: set according to the speaker size, select large if the cross section area is larger than, or equal to 16cm

2

, otherwise select small.

Tuning: adjust the audio output strength of the speaker in the range of -10~10dB.

Delay: set the distance between the speaker and the listener by

5cm in the range of 0~1000cm.

More

Size: set according to speaker size. Select large if the cross section area is larger than, or equal to 16cm

2

. Otherwise select small.

Tuning: adjust the audio output strength of the speaker in the range of -10~10dB.

Delay: set the distance between the speaker and the listener by

5cm in the range of 0-1000cm.

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Menu Submenu Item

Audio settings

Postprocess

EQ

Setting and Description

OFF

Rock

Pop

Live

Dance

Classical

Soft

Confirm after upgrading.

System

Info

Software

Version

Display software version and

MAC address

Network Connection Settings

Set Internet to ON.

LAN Connection

1.

Navigate through the menu to Ethernet.

2.

IP Setting: users can choose manual settings or automatic settings.

3.

After setting, please select Connect to Test; if successful, will show that the internet connection is

OK.

4.

If the connection fails, please unplug the network cable, turn off the player, reinsert the cable and then start the player again. The system will begin automatically initialising the network. Follow the

3 steps above to the connection test again.

Wi-Fi Connection

1.

Navigate through the menu to Wireless.

2.

Select wireless setting. (See picture 1)

Picture 1

3.

Select search (see picture 2) and click

'next page'. It will show the wireless networks that have been discovered (see picture 3).

4.

Press the arrow key to select the network, then press OK to connect to it. If required, you will be prompted to enter the password (see picture 4). Press OK to enter into the password entry mode (see picture 5).

5.

Select the connection test. It will display a confirmation message if the connection is successful. (See picture 6)

Picture 2

Picture 4

Picture 3

Picture 5

Picture 6

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Troubleshooting

If there is any product failure, please check the list below. If you are not sure of the instructions given or the issue cannot be solved, please contact the Kogan customer service team.

It is prohibited for customers to perform repairs on the unit themselves. Doing so will void your warranty.

Problem/Issue

No power supply.

Image is frozen and unit will not accept any instructions.

Auto standby.

Suggested reasons and solutions

Please ensure your wall socket has electricity being supplied.

Ensure the cord is plugged in firmly.

Press the power key on the front of the player to turn it on.

Turn the unit power off at the wall and unplug the plug for 20 seconds, then plug it in again. Restart the player and resume use.

The default setting of the player: if the unit is not playing any media and no instructions have been received for 5 minutes, then the player will enable the screensaver.

If the screensaver has been operating for 10 minutes will no instructions then the player will enter standby mode automatically.

You can press the power key on the remote control to restart the

→ →

Remote control won't work normally.

Can't play discs.

Play mode is different from those in the settings.

No HDMI output.

Please make sure that the label of the disc is facing upwards.

If the disc is dirty, please clean it.

The disc may be empty, or be restricted according to your settings. Please check your area code and parental settings.

Red key appears on screen. The function or operation you are trying to perform cannot occur in the current state. Reasons for this may be:

Software function limit on some BD/DVD discs.

Certain BD/DVD discs don't support selected functions.

The selected function is invalid in the current mode.

For certain discs, the settings in the menu may be invalid. Please operate the player according to the disc menu.

Check that the HDMI connection between the player and the external device is secure.

Check that your TV supports 720p/1080i/1080p/1080p24/4K

HDMI output resolution, and adjust the output resolution of the player according to the specifications of the player.

HDMI always has output, and CVBS only has output at 720P.

Therefore certain users cannot watch BD images in CVBS as the output resolution in the setting menu may be too high. Please set the resolution in HDMI state to lower than 720P.

TV has no image.

The remote control isn't being aimed at the receiver correctly.

Please aim the remote control at the receiver on the front panel.

There may be an obstacle between the remote control and the receiver. If so, please remove it.

The remote batteries may be too low. Please replace with new batteries.

When you are reminded that you need to connect with HDMI or switch the resolution to match the TV then your image should display normally.

Please make sure that the TV has been connected to the player through the VIDEO OUT terminal or the HDMI terminal.

Please ensure that the TV itself has been set to the correct input

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mode to receive the input.

Video output resolution is too low.

Aspect ratio cannot be changed.

No audio.

→ → the video output signal format of the applicable terminal.

The aspect ratio of certain BD/DVD discs is fixed. Please refer to the TV manual to force a change to the aspect ratio if this occurs.

When all connections are correct and the file being played still has no audio, then it is possible that the audio format of the file may not be supported by the blu-ray player.

Check whether the audio signal connection between the player and the external device is secure, and if not then insert it properly.

Please make sure that the audio output is set correctly in Main

Menu Audio.

If a power amplifier is connected, please check the ensure that the input mode of the amplifier is set correctly.

→ → according to the connected device.

Can't hear desired audio effect.

Can't switch audio.

Due to the difference in disc production, some discs will not contain different audio tracks.

The default password of the parental lock is 0000.

Forgot the parent lock password.

Blu-ray discs can't play PIP. Please check whether the disc supports PIP. Not all blue-ray discs support this function.

PIP and secondary audio tracks require disc support. In the setting menu, select ON and press “Screen Control” while playing.

Can't select audio channel and caption.

The disc doesn't contain the selected audio.

Certain discs can't be changed and can only be selected in the disc menu itself.

The disc doesn't contain caption information, or captions aren't enabled. Press the [Caption] key to enable.

Support BD-J discs.

BD-Live function.

Certain keys on the remote control are invalid for certain BD-J discs. Eg – selecting with numbers, program, repeat, return, zoomin and A-B may not be valid.

The disc must be marked with BD-LIVE, and ensure that the network is connected correctly. Insert a USB stick with adequate storage space.

Ensure that the BUDA in the system settings is set to “external”.

Lyric display of MP3.

The MP3 file and lyrics must have the same name, and the lyrics must be in LRC format.

Support Wi-Fi with IC MT7601 or Ralink 307X.

No Wi-Fi functionality.

How to adjust the area code.

Press [Setup] to enter the main menu interface, then press the number “8520” to enter the area code page.

Blue-ray code: adjust the area code of the blu-ray discs and enter

“1”, “2” or “4” to select A, B or C.

Can't connect to network.

Please refer to page XX for details.

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Technical Specifications

Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Region settings

The player supports the following area codes.

DVD Blu-ray

Compatible media

BD-Video

DVD-Video, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/-R DL (Double layer)

VCD/SVCD

Audio CD, CD-R-/CD-RW, MP3, JPEG

MKV

USB Devices

Video

Signal system: PAL/NTSC

Composite video output: 1 Vp-p (75)

HDMI output: 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p24, 4K*2K

Audio

7.1 channel analog output

Front left/right channel: 2Vrms (>1000)

Digital output: 0.5 Vp-p (75)

Coaxial cable

HDMI output

Sampling frequency:

MP3: 32KHZ, 44.1KHZ, 48KHZ

Fixed bit rate:

MP3: 112kpbs-320kpbs

USB

Compatibility: high speed USB 2.0

Category support: USB mass storage

File system: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS

Support HDD (portable hard disks): may require external power supply.

Master device

Rated power: AC 110V-240V, 50Hz-60Hz

Power consumption: 15W

Size (LxWxH): 430x201x40mm

Net weight: 1.6kg

Country-Region

Australia

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