Operating Instructions Blu-ray DiscTM Player

Operating Instructions
Blu-ray DiscTM Player
Model No. DMP-BDT270
DMP-BDT170
DMP-BDT166
DMP-BDT165
DMP-BD83
DMP-BD73
Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations in these operating instructions are of DMP-BDT270.
Firmware updates
Panasonic is constantly improving the unit’s firmware to ensure
that our customers are enjoying the latest technology.
Panasonic recommends updating your firmware as soon as you
are notified.
For details, refer to “Firmware updates” (> 15) or
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/ (This site is in English only.)
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.
Model number suffix “EB” denotes UK model.
EB
GN
GA
GC
GJ
until
2014/4/14 SQW0349-2
Precautions
WARNING
Unit
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
≥ Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing.
≥ Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on this
unit.
≥ Use only the recommended accessories.
≥ Do not remove covers.
≥ Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
≥ Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
≥ Do not place heavy items on this unit.
Batteries
Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage and may
cause a fire.
≥ Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with the type recommended by the manufacturer.
≥ When disposing of the batteries, please contact your local
authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
≥ Do not mix old and new batteries or different types at the same
time.
≥ Do not heat or expose to flame.
≥ Do not leave the battery(ies) in a car exposed to direct sunlight
for a long period of time with doors and windows closed.
≥ Do not take apart or short circuit.
≥ Do not recharge alkaline or manganese batteries.
≥ Do not use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.
Remove batteries if you do not intend to use the remote control for
a long period of time. Store in a cool, dark place.
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
AC adaptor
The AC adaptor operates on AC between 110 V and 240 V.
But obtain a suitable plug adaptor if the plug does not fit the AC
mains socket.
AC mains lead
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
≥ Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage printed on this unit.
≥ Insert the mains plug fully into the socket outlet.
≥ Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.
≥ Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
≥ Hold onto the mains plug body when disconnecting the plug.
≥ Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket outlet.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
(For the AC mains plug of three pins)
The mains plug is the disconnecting device.
Install this unit so that the mains plug can be unplugged from the
socket outlet immediately.
CAUTION
Unit
≥ This unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
≥ Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted candles,
on this unit.
≥ This unit may receive radio interference caused by mobile
telephones during use. If such interference occurs, please
increase separation between this unit and the mobile telephone.
[For_the_United_Kingdom,_Ireland,_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
For your safety, please read the following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for
your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it is approved
by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark Ï or the BSI mark Ì 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 purchased from your local
dealer.
≥ This unit is intended for use in moderate climates.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
≥ This unit is intended for use in tropical climates.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains
plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow
the instructions below.
Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
Placement
Place this unit on an even surface.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
≥ Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or
in another confined space. Ensure this unit is well ventilated.
≥ Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation openings with newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, and similar items.
≥ Do not place the unit on amplifiers/receivers or equipment that
may become hot. The heat can damage the unit.
≥ Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight, high temperatures,
high humidity, and excessive vibration.
Figure A
Figure B
Fuse cover
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover.
Figure A
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Figure B
Fuse
(5 ampere)
Fuse
(5 ampere)
Restriction on use of
unauthorized copied content
[For_UAE]
UAE-TRA
REGISTERED No:
ER36990/15
DEALER No:
DA0052708/10
This unit adopts the following technology for copyright protection.
Cinavia Notice
This product uses Cinavia technology to limit the use of
unauthorized copies of some commercially-produced film and
videos and their soundtracks. When a prohibited use of an
unauthorized copy is detected, a message will be displayed and
playback or copying will be interrupted.
More information about Cinavia technology is provided at the
Cinavia Online Consumer Information Center at
http://www.cinavia.com. To request additional information about
Cinavia by mail, send a postcard with your mailing address to:
Cinavia Consumer Information Center, P.O. Box 86851, San
Diego, CA, 92138, USA.
[For_QATAR]
ictQATAR
Type Approval reg. No.:
CRA/SA/2015/R-4570
Importer No:
4299
[BDT270]
Wireless LAN connection
The following limits are in place regarding the usage of this unit.
You must be aware of these limits before using this unit.
Panasonic will in no way be responsible for any incidental damage
which may arise due to a failure to obey these limits, or to any
condition of use or disuse of this unit.
≥ Data transmitted and received over radio waves may be
intercepted and monitored.
≥ This unit contains delicate electronic components.
Please use this unit in the manner in which it was intended and
follow the following points:
– Do not expose this unit to high temperatures or direct
sunlight.
– Do not bend, or subject this unit to strong impacts.
– Keep this unit away from moisture.
– Do not disassemble or alter this unit in any way.
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
To dispose or transfer this
unit
The unit may keep the user settings information in the unit. If you
discard this unit either by disposal or transfer, then follow the
procedure to return all the settings to the factory presets to delete
the user settings. (> 30, “To return all settings to the factory
preset.”)
≥ The operation history may be recorded in the memory of this
unit.
Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries
Only for European Union and countries with
recycling systems
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or
accompanying documents mean that used electrical
and electronic products and batteries must not be
mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old
products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points in accordance with your
national legislation.
By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save
valuable resources and prevent any potential negative
effects on human health and the environment.
For more information about collection and recycling,
please contact your local municipality.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of
this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, “Panasonic Corporation” declares that this product is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Customers can download a copy of the original DoC to our
R&TTE products from our DoC server:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre,
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
This product is intended for general consumer. (Category 3)
This product on purpose to connect to access point of 2.4 GHz
WLAN.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom
symbol):
This symbol might be used in combination with a
chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the
requirement set by the Directive for the chemical
involved.
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Table of contents
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Getting started
Playback
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit and media care . . . . . . . . . . .
Playable media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control reference guide . . . . . . . .
5
6
7
9
Connections and settings
Connecting to a TV . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to an amplifier/
receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to the network . . . . .
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting or removing media . . . . 15
HOME menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Enjoying Network Service . . . . . . 19
Home Network feature . . . . . . . . 20
“HDMI CEC” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
USB Sharing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
11
12
13
14
Settings
Option menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Setup menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Reference
Troubleshooting guide . . . . . . . . 30
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Limited Warranty (ONLY FOR
AUSTRALIA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
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Getting started
Accessories
∫ Using the remote control
Getting started
Check the supplied accessories before using this
unit.
1 Remote control
Insert the batteries to the terminal so that it (i
and j) matches those in the remote control.

[BDT270]

[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
(N2QAYB001031)
[For_the_Middle_East]
(N2QAYB000959)
[BDT170]
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
(N2QAYB001030)
[For_the_South_East_Asia]
(N2QAYB001033)
R6/LR6, AA
(Alkaline or manganese batteries)
Point it at the remote control signal sensor on this
unit. (> 9)
[BDT166/165] [BD83]
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
(N2QAYB001029)
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
(N2QAYB000958)
[BD73]
[For_the_Middle_East]
(N2QAYB000987)
2
Batteries for remote control
AC mains lead
[BDT270] [BDT170]
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
(K2CT2CA00007)
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
(K2CJ2DA00014)
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT165] [BD73]
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]*
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
1
AC adaptor
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
(SAE0003)
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
(SAE0004)
[For_the_South_East_Asia]
(SAE0002)
[For_the_Middle_East_and_Thailand]*
[Except_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[Except_BD73]
1
HDMI Cable
≥ Product numbers are provided in these operating
instructions correct as of January 2015. These may be
subject to change.
≥ Do not use AC mains lead and AC adaptor with other
equipment.
≥ Do not use any other AC mains lead and AC adaptors
except the supplied one.
* See page 11 for more information.
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Getting started
Unit and media care
∫ Clean this unit with a soft, dry
cloth
≥ Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to
clean this unit.
≥ Before using chemically treated cloth, carefully
read the instructions that came with the cloth.
∫ This unit’s lens
Use the lens cleaner (not supplied) to clean the
unit’s lens.
∫ Clean discs
DO
DO NOT
Wipe with a damp cloth and then wipe dry with a
dry cloth.
∫ Disc handling precautions
≥ Handle discs by the edges to avoid inadvertent
scratches or fingerprints on the disc.
≥ Do not attach labels or stickers to discs.
≥ Do not use disc cleaning sprays, benzine,
thinner, static electricity prevention liquids or
any other solvent.
≥ Do not use the following discs:
– Discs with exposed adhesive from removed
stickers or labels (rented discs, etc.).
– Discs that are badly warped or cracked.
– Irregularly shaped discs, such as heart
shapes.
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Getting started
Playable media
Device Media markings
Device types
BD-Video
Contents format
Video
BD-RE
Video,
JPEG, MPO*,
AAC, ALAC, DSD*,
FLAC, MP3, WAV,
WMA
BD-R
Video, MKV, Xvid,
AAC, ALAC, DSD*,
FLAC, MP3, WAV,
WMA
BD
DVD-Video
DVD-R
DVD
DVD-R DL
Video
Video, AVCHD, MKV,
Xvid,
JPEG, MPO*,
AAC, ALAC, DSD*,
FLAC, MP3, WAV,
WMA
DVD-RW
Video, AVCHD
—
+R/+RW/+R DL
Music CD
CD
—
USB
—
CD-R
CD-RW
USB devices
(up to 4 TB)
Music [CD-DA]
MKV, Xvid,
JPEG, MPO*,
AAC, ALAC, FLAC,
MP3, Music [CD-DA],
WAV, WMA
MKV, MP4, MPEG2,
Xvid,
JPEG, MPO*,
AAC, ALAC, DSD*,
FLAC, MP3, WAV,
WMA
* [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
≥ See pages 8 and 34 for more information on the types of content that can be played.
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Getting started
∫ Types of discs that cannot be
played by this unit
∫ Music CD
Operation and sound quality of CDs that do not
comply with CD-DA specifications (copy control
CDs, etc.) cannot be guaranteed to work.
Any other disc that is not specifically
supported or previously described.
≥ DVD-RAM
≥ Super Audio CD
≥ Photo CD
≥ DVD-Audio
≥ Video CD and Super Video CD
≥ HD DVD
∫ USB device
∫ Region management information
The unit can play back BD-Video/DVD-Video
discs of the following regions codes, including
“ALL”:
Example:
BD-Video
DVD-Video
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland] [For_the_Middle_East]
≥ This unit does not guarantee connection with all
USB devices.
≥ This unit does not support USB device
charging.
≥ FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS file systems
are supported.
≥ This unit supports USB2.0 High Speed.
≥ This unit supports an HDD formatted in FAT32
and NTFS. If the HDD is not recognized, the
power to the HDD may not be supplied. Supply
power from an external source.
∫ BD-RE, BD-R
2
Discs recorded in DR mode using Panasonic
Blu-ray Disc recorders may not play back the
audio etc., correctly.
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
4
≥ It may not be possible to play the above media in some
cases due to the type of media, the condition of the
recording, the recording method, and how the files were
created.
≥ The producers of the disc can control how discs are
played, so you may not always be able to control play as
described in these operating instructions. Read the disc’s
instructions carefully.
[For_the_South_East_Asia]
3
∫ Finalize
Any DVD-R/RW/R DL, +R/+RW/+R DL and
CD-R/RW that are recorded by a recorder need to
be finalized by the recorder to play on this unit.
Please refer to the recorder’s instructions.
∫ BD-Video
≥ This unit supports high bit rate audio (Dolby®
Digital Plus, Dolby® TrueHD, DTS-HD High
Resolution AudioTM and DTS-HD Master
AudioTM) adopted in BD-Video.
≥ If “Dolby D/Dolby D +/Dolby TrueHD” is set to
“PCM” and “DTS Neo:6” is set to “Off”, the
maximum possible number of Dolby® sound is
2ch PCM. (> 25, 26)
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
∫ 3D
≥ 3D videos and 3D still pictures can be played
back when this unit is connected to a 3D
compatible TV using a High Speed HDMI
Cable.
≥ [BDT270] [BDT170] 2D video can be enjoyed as 3D
virtually. (> 24)
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Getting started
Control reference guide
When other Panasonic devices respond to the remote control of the unit, change the remote control
code. (> 29)
e.g., [For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
e.g., [For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
11
11
1
1
2
2
3
ㄈㄉㄊ
pqrs
abc
ㄅㄆㄇ
12
jkl
mno
13
tuv
[BDT170]
[BDT166/165]
[BD83]
3
4
5
ㄈㄉㄊ
pqrs
14
wxyz
abc
ㄅㄆㄇ
jkl
mno
tuv
[BDT170]
[BDT165]
12 [BD83] [BD73]
13
14
wxyz
4
5
15
15
[BD73]
6
6
7
16
17
7
16
17
18
18
8
8
19
19
9
9
20
20
10
10
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
25
21
22
26 27
2324
[BDT166/165]
[BD83] [BD73]
25
24 23
21
-9-
22
28
28
Getting started
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Turn the unit on and off
TV operation buttons
You can operate the Panasonic TV using this
unit’s remote control. Some buttons may not
work depending on the TV.
[Í TV] : Turn the TV on and off
[AV] : Change input
[i j VOL] : Adjust the volume
Select title numbers, etc./Enter numbers or
[BDT270] [BDT170] characters
Cancel
Change soundtrack (> 17)
Basic playback control buttons (> 17)
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
Show Pop-up menu (> 17)
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
Show USB Sharing menu (> 22)
8 Show Top menu (> 17)
9 Show Option menu (> 23)
10 Coloured buttons (red, green, yellow, blue)
Used for various purposes depending on the
display
11 Transmit the remote control signal
12 Open or close the disc tray (> 15)
13 Show the status messages (> 18)
14 [BDT270]
Show MiracastTM screen (> 20)
[BDT170] [BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
Switch Secondary Video on/off
(Picture-in-picture) (> 23)
21 Disc tray (> 15)
22 USB port (> 15)
23 POWER LED
The LED lights when the unit is turned on,
and flashes when error occurs.
24 Remote control signal sensor
Distance: Within approx. 7 m
Angle: Approx. 20e up and down, 30e left and
right
25 Open or close the disc tray (> 15)
26 [BDT270] [BDT170]
Stop (> 17)
27 [BDT270] [BDT170]
Start play (> 17)
28 Standby/on switch (Í/I) (> 14)
Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit
is still consuming a small amount of power.
Rear panel terminals (> 11–13)
∫ Available keys for HDMI CEC (> 22)
3
6
9
10
16
19
20
15 [Except_BD73]
Show the Home Screen of the Network
Service (> 19)
[BD73]
Show Setup menu
16 Exit the Menu screen
17 [For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
Show Netflix screen (> 19)
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
Show Pop-up menu (> 17)
18 Show HOME menu (> 16)
19 [3, 4, 2, 1] : Move the highlight for
selection
[OK] : Confirm the selection
(;1) : Frame-by-frame (> 17)
20 Return to previous screen
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Number keys
Basic playback control buttons
Option button
Coloured buttons (red, green, yellow, blue)
Exit button
[3, 4, 2, 1]/[OK] button
Return button
Connections and settings
Connecting to a TV
Connections and settings
Connect the AC mains lead after making all connections.
≥ Before making any connections, we recommend that you temporarily disconnect all the units from AC
power.
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
HDMI IN
[BDT166/165]
[BD83] [BD73]
[For_the_Thailand] [BD83]
AC adaptor
(supplied) AC mains lead
(supplied)
HDMI cable
([Except_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[Except_BD73] supplied)
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
[For_the_Middle_East] [BDT165] [BD83] [BD73]
AC adaptor
(supplied) AC mains lead
(supplied)
[BDT166/165]
[BD83] [BD73]
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
[For_the_South_East_Asia]
AC adaptor (supplied)
To a household mains socket
AC mains lead (supplied)
≥ Use the High Speed HDMI cables. Non-HDMI-compliant cables cannot be utilized.
It is recommended that you use Panasonic’s HDMI cable. When outputting 1080p or [BDT270] [BDT170]
24p (4K) signal, please use HDMI cables 5.0 meters or less.
[Except_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland] [Except_BD73] The HDMI-compliant cable is supplied with this unit.
[BDT270] [BDT165] [BD73] [For_the_Middle_East]
[BDT170] [For_the_South_East_Asia]
2 AC mains leads are supplied.
Use the AC mains lead that matches the socket for the area you live in.
≥ Saudi Arabia: 3-pin AC mains lead
≥ Thailand: With a label
≥ This unit consumes a small amount of AC power (> 34) even when turned off in standby mode. For
the purpose of energy conservation, the unit should be disconnected if you will not be using it for
extended period of time.
≥ [BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73] The unit is in the standby condition when the AC adaptor is connected. The
primary circuit is always “live” as long as the AC adaptor is connected to an electrical outlet.
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Connections and settings
Connecting to an amplifier/receiver
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
[BDT166/165]
[BD83] [BD73]
HDMI cable
([Except_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[Except_BD73] supplied)
HDMI IN
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
HDMI OUT
(ARC)
HDMI cable
HDMI IN
(ARC)
Amplifier/receiver
[BDT166/165]
[BD83] [BD73]
≥ Set “Digital Audio Output” (> 25).
≥ [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] When connecting to a non-3D or [BDT270] [BDT170] 4K compatible amplifier/
receiver, connect this unit to a TV, then connect the TV and the amplifier/receiver. Please note,
however, that the audio can only be up to 5.1ch.
≥ When using the TV or amplifier/receiver that does not have the indication of “(ARC)”
(non-ARC-compatible) on the HDMI terminal, the amplifier/receiver and TV must also be connected
using an optical digital cable in order to enjoy the TV’s sound through the amplifier/receiver.
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Connections and settings
Connecting to the network
[Except_BD73]
The following services can be used when this unit is connected to broadband.
≥ Firmware can be updated (> 15)
≥ You can enjoy BD-Live (> 18)
≥ You can enjoy Network Service (> 19)
≥ [BDT270] [BDT170] You can access other devices (Home Network) (> 20)
≥ [BDT270] This unit supports Wi-Fi Direct® and can make a wireless connection to wireless devices
without router. You can use this function when enjoying Home Network feature, etc. Internet access
is not available while connected via Wi-Fi Direct®. (> 20, 27)
For details about connection method, refer to the instructions supplied with the connected equipment.
[BDT270]
Wireless LAN connection
This unit has built-in Wi-Fi® and can be connected to a wireless router.
Wireless router, etc.
Internet
≥ For up-to-date compatibility information on your wireless router, refer to
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
(This site is in English only.)
≥ The unit is not compatible with public wireless LAN services (Hotspot etc.) provided in airports,
stations, cafes, etc.
≥ See page 3 for the precautions for wireless LAN connection.
LAN cable connection
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
[BDT166/165]
[BD83]
Broadband router, etc.
Internet
LAN Cable
≥ Use category 5 or above straight LAN cables (STP) when connecting to peripheral devices.
≥ Inserting any cable other than a LAN cable in the LAN port can damage the unit.
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Connections and settings
Settings
[BDT270]
The following settings can be performed anytime
in the Setup menu. (> 27, 28)
Before beginning wireless connection setup
≥ Obtain your network name (SSID*).
≥ If your wireless connection is encrypted, please
be sure that you know your encryption key.
∫ About the wireless connection
Easy Settings
After connecting your new player for the first time
and pressing [Í], the basic settings screen will
appear.
Preparation
Turn on the TV and select the appropriate
video input.
1
Press [Í].
Setup screen appears.
2
Follow the on-screen instructions to
continue with the settings.
[Except_BD73]
Easy Network Setting
After completing “Easy Settings”, you can perform
“Easy Network Setting”.
Follow the on-screen instructions to establish
your connection settings.
e.g., [BDT270]
Select “Wired” or “Wireless” and press [OK].
Easy Network Setting
Select a connection mode.
Wired
Wireless
OK
RETURN
If your SSID is not displayed;
≥ Search again by pressing the red button on the
remote control.
≥ Stealth SSIDs will not be displayed; in this case,
enter manually by using “Manual setting”.
Press [HOME]
> press [OK] to select “Setup”
> select “Player Settings”
> select “Network” and press [OK]
> select “Network Settings” and press [OK]
> select “Wireless Settings” and press [OK]
> select “Connection Setting” and press [OK]
> select “Manual setting” and press [OK]
If your wireless network is encrypted;
Encryption Key input screen will be displayed.
Input the encryption key of your network.
≥ An USB keyboard can be used, but only for the
keys displayed on the screen.
If your wireless router is supports WPS (Wi-Fi
Protected SetupTM);
You can easily set up a connection by pressing
the green button on the remote control.
≥ Refer to the operating instructions of the hub or router.
≥ [BDT270] Do not use this unit to connect to any wireless
network for which you do not have usage rights.
Using these networks may be regarded as illegal
access.
≥ If you have trouble getting online on your PC after
performing network settings on this unit, perform the
network settings on your PC.
≥ [BDT270] Please be aware that connecting to a network
without encryption may result in the leaking of data such as
personal or secret information.
* SSID:
An SSID (Service Set IDentification) is a name used by
wireless LAN to identify a particular network. Transmission
is possible if the SSID matches for both devices.
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Playback
Inserting or removing
media
Playback
Firmware updates
Occasionally, Panasonic may release updated
firmware for this unit that may add or improve the
way a feature operates. These updates are
available free of charge.
[Except_BD73]
This unit is capable of checking the firmware
automatically when connected to the Internet via
a broadband connection.*
When a new firmware version is available, the
following message is displayed.
Firmware Update
Notes
≥ When inserting a media item, ensure that it is
facing the correct way, which is the right side
facing up.
≥ If you connect a Panasonic product with a USB
connection cable, the setup screen may be
displayed on the connected equipment. For
details, refer to the instructions for the
connected equipment.
New Version:
X.XX
Current Version: X.XX
Do you want to start firmware update?
For the update information, please visit the
following website:
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
Yes
No
OK
RETURN
You can also download the latest firmware from
the following website and store it to a USB device
to update the firmware.
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
(This site is in English only.)
CAUTION
Do not place objects in front of the unit. The disc
tray may collide with objects when it is opened,
and this may cause malfunction.
DO NOT DISCONNECT the unit from the AC
power or perform any operation while the update
takes place.
After the firmware is installed, unit will restart and
the following screen will be displayed.
e.g.,
The firmware has been updated.
Current Version: x.xx
RETURN
≥ To show the firmware version on this unit. (> 29,
“Firmware Version Information”)
≥ Downloading will require several minutes. It may take
longer or may not work properly depending on the
connection environment.
≥ [Except_BD73] If you do not want to check for the latest
firmware version, set “Automatic Update Check” to “Off”.
(> 29)
* You must agree to the terms of use for the Internet function
and the privacy policy. ([BDT270] [BDT170] > 16, “Notice”,
[BDT166/165] [BD83] > 28, “Notice”)
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Playback
HOME menu
Videos/Photos/Music
Major functions of this unit can be operated from
the HOME menu.
Disc
Preparation
Turn on the TV and select the appropriate video
input.
USB
1
2
Play back the contents.
(> 17)
≥ When multiple contents
are recorded, select the
types of contents or the
title.
Press [Í] to turn on the unit.
≥ After network service introduction banner is
shown, the HOME menu is displayed.
– When connected to the network, the
banner content may be changed.
– You can disable the “Start-up Banner”
(> 29).
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Press [OK] or [3, 4, 2, 1] to select the
item.
≥ If there are any other items, repeat this
step.
Home Network
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Network
Network Service
Displays the Home
Screen of Network
Service. (> 19)
DLNA Client (> 20)
[BDT270]
Miracast (> 20)
Media Renderer (> 21)
[BDT166/165] [BD83]
Network Service
Displays the Home Screen of Network Service.
(> 19)
HOME
Network
Blu-ray Disc Player
Photos
Setup
Videos
Music
Setup
Player Settings
(> 24)
[Except_BD73]
(> 18)
Setup
Notice
USB Management
[For_the_South_East_Asia]
[For_the_Middle_East]
USB Sharing
Wallpaper
(> 22)
Changes the background
of HOME menu.
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Notice
Displays the terms of service for the cloud
services.
To show the HOME menu
Press [HOME].
≥ Items to be displayed may vary with the media.
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Playback
Playback
1
Search/Slow motion
Search
While playing, press [SEARCH6] or
[SEARCH5].
Insert the media.
Playback starts depending on the media.
2
Select the item to play and press [OK].
Slow motion
While paused, press [SEARCH5].
≥ Xvid, MKV, MP4 and MPEG2: Not effective.
Repeat this step if necessary.
≥ DISCS CONTINUE TO ROTATE WHILE MENUS ARE
DISPLAYED. Press [∫STOP] when you have finished
playback to protect the unit’s motor, your TV screen and so
on.
≥ It is not possible to play back AVCHD and MPEG2 videos
which have been dragged and dropped or copied and
pasted to the media.
The speed increases up to 5 steps.
≥ Music, MP3, etc.: The speed is fixed to a single
step.
≥ Press [1PLAY] to revert to normal playback
speed.
Operations during playback
The following functions may not work depending
on the media and contents.
Stop
Skip
While playing or paused, press [:] or
[9].
Skip to the title, chapter or track.
Press [∫STOP].
The stopping point is memorized.
Resume play function
Press [1PLAY] to restart from this point.
≥ The point is cleared if the media is removed.
≥ On BD-Video discs including BD-J, the
resume play function does not work.
Pause
Press [;PAUSE].
≥ Press [;PAUSE] again or [1PLAY] to restart
play.
Frame-by-frame
While paused, press [1] (;1).
≥ Press and hold to fast forward.
≥ Press [1PLAY] to revert to normal playback
speed.
≥ Xvid, MKV, MP4 and MPEG2: Not effective.
Changing soundtrack
Press [AUDIO].
You can change the audio channel number or
soundtrack language, etc.
Show top menu/pop-up menu
Press [TOP MENU] or [POP-UP MENU].
Select the item and press [OK].
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Playback
Show the status messages
[Except_BD73]
Enjoying BD-Live
While playing, press [STATUS].
The status messages give you information about
what is currently being played. Each time you
press [STATUS], the display information may
change or disappear from the screen.
≥ Depending on media and contents, the display
may change or not appear.
With “BD-Live” discs, you can enjoy bonus
contents that use Internet access.
For this BD-Live function, connection of a USB
device is necessary along with Internet
connection.
1
Perform network connection and settings.
(> 13, 14)
2
Connect a USB device with 1 GB or more
free space.
≥ The USB device is used as the local
storage.
3
Insert the disc.
e.g., BD-Video
B
A
T1
C1
BD-Video
0:05.14
Play
0:20.52
C
A
B
C
D
D
T: Title, C: Chapter, PL: Playlist
Elapsed time in the title
Current position
Total time
∫ Deleting data on the USB device
Select “USB Management” in the HOME menu
(> 16), then select “BD-Video Data Erase” and
press [OK].
e.g., JPEG
Date
Size
Manufacturer
Equipment
11.12.2007
500 X 375
1 / 26
≥ The usable functions and the operating method may vary
with each disc, please refer to the instructions on the disc
and/or visit their website.
≥ “BD-Live Internet Access” may need to be changed for
certain discs (> 28).
Slideshow
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
Enjoying 3D video and photos
Preparation
Connect this unit to a 3D compatible TV. (> 11)
≥ Perform the necessary preparations for the TV.
≥ Play back following the instructions displayed
on the screen.
≥ 3D Settings (> 24, 26)
Play a slideshow of photos and adjust various
settings during the playback.
1
2
3
Insert the media.
Select “Photos”.
Select an item and press the green button.
The following items can be set.
Start
Slideshow
Start the slideshow.
You can display still pictures in
the selected folder one by one
at a constant interval.
Interval
Change the display interval.
Transition
Effect
Select the effect when sliding
pictures.
Repeat Play
Set whether to repeat the
slideshow.
≥ Please refrain from viewing 3D images if you do not feel
well or are experiencing visual fatigue.
In the event that you experience dizziness, nausea, or
other discomfort while viewing 3D images, discontinue use
and rest your eyes.
≥ 3D video might not output the way it is set in “HDMI Video
Format” and [BDT270] [BDT170] “24p(4K)/24p Output”/
[BDT166/165] “24p Output” (> 25).
≥ When playing back 3D photos from “Photos” screen, select
from the “3D” list. (Still pictures in “2D” are played back in
2D.)
If “2D” and “3D” indications are not displayed, press the
red button on the remote control to switch the view of
playback contents.
≥ Still pictures displayed as “
with this unit.
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” cannot be played back
Playback
Enjoying Network
Service
≥ When playing content in the media, Network Service
cannot be accessed by pressing [INTERNET].
≥ An USB keyboard can be used, but only for the keys
displayed on the screen. It may not be used depending on
the service.
≥ In the following cases, settings are possible using the
Setup menu items.
– When restricting the use of Network Service
(> 28, “Network Service Lock”)
– When correcting the displayed time
(> 27, “Time Zone”, “Summer Time”)
– When using another device such as a smartphone in
combination with the unit by using a certain app on the
device
(> 27, “Remote Device Operation”)
≥ When using a slow Internet connection, the video may not
be displayed correctly. A high speed Internet service with a
speed of at least 6 Mbps is recommended.
≥ Be sure to update the firmware as soon as a firmware
update notice is displayed on the screen. If the firmware is
not updated, you may not be able to use Network Service
function properly. (> 15)
≥ Network Service Home Screen is subject to change
without notice.
≥ The services through Network Service are operated by
their respective service providers, and service may be
discontinued either temporarily or permanently without
notice. Therefore, Panasonic will make no warranty for the
content or the continuity of the services.
≥ Some features of websites or content of the service may
not be available.
≥ Some content may be inappropriate for viewers.
≥ Some content may only be available for specific countries
and may be presented in specific languages.
[Except_BD73]
Network Service allows you to access some
specific websites supported by Panasonic.
[BDT166/165] [BD83] This unit has no full browser
function and some features of websites may not
be available.
Network Service provides a variety of
selected Internet services such as the
following.
≥ Online movie rental service
≥ Video browsing service
[BDT270]
X
XXXXXXXX
*
XXXXXX
XXXX
XXXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
MORE
XXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXX, XXXX
BACK
39°C
XXXXXXXX
Market
XXXX
XXXX
Internet
* Images are for illustration purposes, contents may change
without notice.
Preparation
≥ Network connection (> 13)
≥ Network settings (> 14)
1
Press [INTERNET].
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
≥ Netflix can be accessed directly by
pressing [NETFLIX] button even when this
unit is off.
2
Select the item and press [OK].
To exit from Network Service
Press [HOME].
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Playback
Home Network feature
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Playing back contents on the
DLNA server
Before using the following features, be sure to
configure the connected equipment on your
Home Network.
[BDT270]
Using MiracastTM
You can enjoy the content you are viewing on a
Miracast-compatible smartphone, etc. on the big
screen of your TV.
≥ Compatible with AndroidTM devices, ver. 4.2
and above and Miracast certified.
For information on whether the smartphone,
etc. supports Miracast, contact the
manufacturer of the device.
Player
1
2
Player
Server
Preparation
1 Perform network connection (> 13) and
network settings (> 14) of this unit.
2 Add the contents and folder to the libraries of
the Windows Media® Player or the
smartphone, etc.
≥ Playlist of Windows Media® Player can play
back only the contents that are stored in the
libraries.
Miracast compatible
device
≥ When connected to Panasonic DLNA
compatible recorders, register this unit to your
Panasonic DLNA compatible recorders.
Press [MIRACAST].
Operate the Miracast compatible device.
≥ On the device, enable Miracast and select
this unit as the device to be connected.
For details, refer to the instructions
supplied with the device.
To exit from Miracast
Press [HOME].
You can share photos, videos and music stored in
the DLNA Certified media server [PC with
Windows 7 installed, smartphone, recorders, etc.]
connected to your home network.
≥ About support format of DLNA (> 35).
1
2
3
4
Press [HOME].
Select “Network”.
Select “Home Network”.
Select “DLNA Client”.
≥ The list can be updated by pressing the red
button on the remote control.
≥ [BDT270] The connection method can be
switched to Wi-Fi Direct by pressing the
green button on the remote control.
5
6
Select the equipment and press [OK].
Select the item to play and press [OK].
≥ You may be able to use convenient
functions depending on the content by
pressing [OPTION].
To exit from Home Network
Press [HOME].
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Playback
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Using the Digital Media
Controller
You can use a smartphone or tablet as the Digital
Media Controller (DMC) to playback contents
from DLNA server on the Renderer (this unit).
Possible applications:
Renderer
*
Server
Controller
≥ [BDT270] Wi-Fi Direct connection while using Home
Network feature is only temporary, and the network
connection method returns to the original setting when
exiting.
≥ [BDT270] Depending on the device or connection
environment, the data transfer rate may decrease.
≥ Depending on the contents and the connected equipment,
playback may not be possible.
≥ Items displayed in grey on the display cannot be played
back by this unit.
*
Server
Renderer
[BDT270] [BDT170]
About DLNA and Media Renderer
For more details, refer to the following website and the
operating instructions for each of the equipment.
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
(This site is in English only.)
*
+
Controller
* DMC compatible software should be installed.
Preparation
Perform steps 1 and 2. (> 20)
3 Perform the “Remote Device Settings”.
(> 27)
≥ You can register up to 16 devices.
1
2
3
4
5
Press [HOME].
6
Operate the DMC compatible devices.
Select “Network”.
Select “Home Network”.
Select “Media Renderer”.
Select “Home Network” or “Wi-Fi
Direct” and press [OK], then follow the
indications on the screen.
[BDT270]
To exit from Media Renderer screen
Press [HOME].
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Playback
“HDMI CEC”
USB Sharing
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
This unit supports “HDMI CEC” (Consumer
Electronics Control) function.
This function allows you to copy content
between the following media.
You can use this function by connecting the
equipment that supports “HDMI CEC”.
See the operating instructions for connected
equipment for operational details.
Preparation
1 Set “HDMI CEC” to “On” (> 29).
(The default setting is “On”.)
2 Set the “HDMI CEC” operations on the
connected equipment (e.g., TV).
3 Turn on all “HDMI CEC” compatible
equipment and select this unit’s input channel
on the connected TV so that the “HDMI CEC”
function works properly.
Repeat this procedure when the
connections or settings are changed.
Automatic input switching
Power on link
When the unit starts playback, the TV will
automatically switch the input channel and the
screen of the unit will be displayed.
Additionally when the TV is off, the TV will
automatically turn on.
Disc
Preparation
≥ Insert the media. (> 15)
1
2
3
Press [USB SHARING].
4
5
Press [OK].
6
Easy control only with TV
remote control
By using the TV remote control, you can perform
the same operations as you use the remote
control of this unit. (> 10)
≥ This unit supports the “HDMI CEC” (Consumer Electronics
Control) function. However, operation cannot be
guaranteed on all HDMI CEC devices.
Select the copy source and press [OK].
Select the folder or file to be copied and
press the red button on the remote
control.
≥ Press the red button on the remote control
again to cancel.
Select the copy destination and press
[OK].
Select “Yes” on the confirmation screen
and press [OK].
≥ When the destination contains a folder or
file with the same name, you can change
the option for resolving the conflict by
pressing [OPTION].
Power off link
All connected equipment compatible with “HDMI
CEC”, including this unit, automatically turns off
when you switch the TV off.
USB
≥ You cannot set the media formatted to NTFS as a copy
destination.
≥ Copying of files in all formats is not guaranteed.
≥ Videos on discs and copyrighted content on discs cannot
be copied.
≥ Panasonic does not accept any responsibility for damages
directly or indirectly due to any type of problems that result
in loss of copying content (data), and does not guarantee
any content if copying does not work properly.
≥ The recording and playback of content on this or any other
device may require permission from the owner of the
copyright or other such rights in that content. Panasonic
has no authority to and does not grant you that permission
and explicitly disclaims any right, ability or intention to
obtain such permission on your behalf. It is your
responsibility to ensure that your use of this or any other
device complies with applicable copyright legislation in
your country. Please refer to that legislation for more
information on the relevant laws and regulations involved
or contact the owner of the rights in the content you wish to
record or playback.
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Settings
Option menu
Settings
∫ Random
Select whether or not to play random.
A variety of playback operations and settings can
be performed from this menu.
Available options differ depending on the playing
contents and the condition of the unit.
∫ Start Slideshow
Start the slideshow.
1
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Press [OPTION].
∫ Status
Show the status messages.
≥ When playing music, select “Playback
Settings” and press [OK].
∫ Sound
Select the soundtrack and audio channel number
during the playback of DLNA.
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
[BDT270]
e.g., BD-Video
Operation Menu
Soundtrack
1 ENG Dolby TrueHD 3/...
∫ Reception
The radio wave status during the playback of
DLNA is displayed. (Only when a wireless
connection is used)
Subtitle
–
Angle
Off
Repeat Play
Status
Primary Video
1MPEG-4 AVC
Secondary Video
Zoom
∫ Rotate RIGHT
∫ Rotate LEFT
Rotate the still picture.
Top Menu
Pop-up Menu
2
Select an item and change the settings.
To exit the screen
Press [OPTION].
Regarding Language : (> 36)
∫ Wallpaper
Set the still picture to the wallpaper of HOME
menu. (> 16)
∫ Video
The recording method of original video appears.
∫ Primary Video
The recording method of original primary video
appears.
∫ Secondary Video
Video
∫ Audio channel
Select the audio channel number.
Select on/off for images. The
recording method of original
video appears.
≥ During search/slow motion,
only the primary video is
displayed.
Soundtrack
Select on/off for audio and the
language.
∫ Subtitle
Change the subtitle settings.
∫ Zoom
Videos and pictures are magnified.
∫ Angle
Select the number of the angle.
∫ Top Menu
Display Top Menu.
Operation Menu
∫ Soundtrack
Show or change the soundtrack.
∫ Repeat Play
Select the item that you want to repeat.
≥ You can repeat the playback of a chapter,
playlist, the entire disc, etc., but the items
displayed will differ depending on the type of
the media.
≥ Select “Off” to cancel.
∫ Pop-up Menu
Display Pop-up Menu.
∫ Menu
Display Menu.
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Settings
Setup menu
Picture Settings
∫ Picture Mode
Select the picture quality mode during play.
≥ If you select “User”, you can change settings in
“Picture Adjustment”.
∫ Picture Adjustment
Specific picture quality settings can be changed.
∫ Progressive
Select the method of conversion for progressive
output to suit the type of material being played.
≥ If the video is disrupted when “Auto” is
selected, select either “Video” or “Film”
depending on the material to be played back.
Change the unit’s settings if necessary. The
settings remain intact even if you switch the unit
to standby.
Some items are common to the Option menu. You
can get the same effect with both menus.
1
≥ [BD73] “Player Settings” (step 3) can be
accessed directly by pressing [SETTINGS]
button.
2
3
∫ 24p
Movies and other material recorded on
DVD-Video at 24p are output at 24p.
≥ [BDT270] [BDT170] Only when you have selected
“24p(4K)” or “24p” in “24p(4K)/24p Output”
(> 25) and play discs recorded at a rate of
60 fields per second.
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73] Only when you have
selected “On” in “24p Output” (> 25) and play
discs recorded at a rate of 60 fields per second.
≥ This may not work with the PAL contents.
∫ Reset to Default Picture Settings
Return picture settings to the factory defaults.
Picture
2D to 3D
Converts 2D pictures to 3D
effect.
Normal
HDMI Output
3D
Language
Network
Ratings
System
OK
RETURN
4
Select an item and change the settings.
To exit the screen
Press [HOME].
∫ Signal Format
3D picture format comprising
of left and right screens.
Picture Mode
Picture Adjustment
Sound
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Side by side
Select “Player Settings”.
Player Settings
3D Settings
Keep original picture format.
Press [OK] to select “Setup”.
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
Original
Press [HOME].
∫ Distance
Set the amount of depth perception.
∫ Graphic Display Level
3D position for the Option menu or message
screen, etc. can be adjusted during 3D playback.
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Settings
¾ Deep Colour Output
This setting is for selecting whether to use Deep
Colour Output when a TV that supports Deep
Colour is connected.
Picture
∫ Picture Mode (> 24)
∫ Picture Adjustment (> 24)
¾ Contents Type Flag
Depending on the playback content, the TV will
output adjusting to the optimal method when a
TV that supports this function is connected.
∫ HDMI Output
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
¾HDMI Video Format
The items supported by the connected devices
are indicated on the screen as “¢”. When any
item without “¢” is selected, the images may be
distorted.
≥ If “Automatic” is selected, the best suited
output resolution to the connected TV is
automatically selected.
≥ To enjoy high-definition video up-converted to
1080p, you need to connect the unit directly
to 1080p compatible HDTV (High Definition
TV). If this unit is connected to an HDTV
through other equipment, the other equipment
must also be 1080p compatible.
[BDT270] [BDT170]
¾24p(4K)/24p Output
This setting is for selecting the output method
for content recorded in 24p*1, such as movies.
24p(4K)
Outputs signals by upconverting
them to 4K*2.
24p
Outputs in 24p.
*1
*2
A progressive image recorded at a rate of 24 frames per
second (motion-picture film). Many BD-Video movie
contents are recorded in 24 frames/second in
accordance with the film materials.
A high resolution image/display technology of
approximately 4000 (width) k 2000 (height) pixels.
Sound
∫ Dynamic Range Compression
You can listen at low volumes but still hear
dialogue clearly.
(Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby
TrueHD only)
≥ “Automatic” is effective only when playing
Dolby TrueHD.
∫ Digital Audio Output
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
≥ Connect the compatible TV for each (4K or
1080/24p) output to the HDMI AV OUT
terminal of this unit.
≥ “24p(4K)” works only when playing back in
2D.
≥ When playing DVD-Video, set this setting to
“24p(4K)” or “24p”, and then “24p” in “Picture
Settings” (> 24) to “On”.
≥ When BD-Video/DVD-Video images other
than 24p are played, images are output at
60p.
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
¾24p Output
When this unit is connected to a TV supporting
1080/24p output, movies and other material
recorded at 24p*1 are output at 24p.
≥ When playing DVD-Video, set to “On” and
then set “24p” in “Picture Settings” (> 24) to
“On”.
≥ When BD-Video/DVD-Video images other
than 24p are played, images are output at
60p.
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¾ Dolby D/Dolby D +/Dolby TrueHD
¾ DTS/DTS-HD
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
¾ DSD Output Mode
Select the audio signal to output.
≥ Select “PCM” or [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] “Off”,
when the connected equipment cannot
decode the respective audio format. This unit
decodes the audio format and transmits to the
connected equipment.
≥ If you do not make proper settings the audio
may be static or noisy.
¾ BD-Video Secondary Audio
Select whether or not to mix the primary and
secondary audio (including the button click
sound).
If “Off” is selected, the unit outputs the primary
audio only.
Settings
∫ Downmix
Select the downmix system of multi-channel to
2-channel sound.
≥ Select “Surround encoded”, when the
connected equipment supports the virtual
surround function.
≥ The downmix effect is not available when
“Digital Audio Output” is set to “Bitstream”.
≥ The audio will be output in “Stereo” in the
following cases:
– AVCHD playback
– Playback of secondary audio (including the
button click sound).
∫ DTS Neo:6
2ch (2.1ch) audio is expanded to 7ch (7.1ch).
≥ This function works when the following
conditions are met:
– Audio recorded at 96 kHz or lower is output.
– “Digital Audio Output” is set to “PCM” when
audio other than PCM is output.
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
3D
∫ 3D BD-Video Playback
Select the playback method of 3D compatible
video software.
∫ 3D Playback Message
Set to display or hide the 3D viewing warning
screen when playing back the 3D compatible
video software.
∫ Graphic Display Level (> 24)
Language
∫ Soundtrack Preference
Choose the language for audio.
≥ If “Original” is selected, the original language of
each disc will be selected.
≥ When the selected language is not recorded on
the disc, or depending on how the navigation is
created on the disc, it may playback in a
different language than the selected language.
≥ Enter a code (> 36) when you select “Other
¢¢¢¢”.
∫ Subtitle Preference
Choose the language for the subtitle.
≥ When “Automatic” is selected, a subtitle for the
language selected in the “Soundtrack
Preference” is displayed only when the
language other than the language selected in
the “Soundtrack Preference” is played back.
≥ When the selected language is not recorded on
the disc, or depending on how the navigation is
created on the disc, it may playback in a
different language than the selected language.
≥ Enter a code (> 36) when you select “Other
¢¢¢¢”.
∫ Menu Preference
Choose the language for the disc menus.
≥ Enter a code (> 36) when you select “Other
¢¢¢¢”.
[Except_South_East_Asia]
∫ Subtitle Text
Select a desired item according to the language
used for MKV/Xvid subtitles text.
≥ This item is displayed only after playing back a
file.
[Except_Australia,_New_Zealand_and_Middle_East]
∫ On-Screen Language
Choose the language for menus and on-screen
messages.
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Settings
¾ Network Service Settings (> 19)
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
[Except_BD73]
Network
Time Zone
Set the unit’s time to match your location.
≥ Some Network Service contents require the
time zone to be set. Set time zone if
necessary.
∫ Easy Network Setting (> 14)
∫ Network Settings
Perform network-related settings individually.
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
Summer Time
Select “On” when using summer time.
[BDT270]
¾LAN Connection Mode
Select the LAN connection method.
≥ [For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland] When not using
wireless LAN (when turning it off), select
“Wired”.
[BDT270]
¾Wireless Settings
This allows the wireless router and connection
settings to be set up. Current connection
settings and connection state can be checked.
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
Connection Setting
The wireless router connection wizard will be
displayed.
Double Speed Mode Setting (2.4GHz)
Set the connection speed for a 2.4 GHz
wireless format.
≥ If you connect using the “Double Speed
Mode (40MHz)”, 2 channels use the same
frequency band, and there is consequently
a greater risk of reception interference. This
can cause the connection speed to drop or
become unstable.
[BDT270] [BDT170]
[Except_South_East_Asia]
¾ Network Drive Connection
This unit can access a hard disk shared folder
on a network and play back videos, still
pictures, and music.
For the setting and operation method of
connected equipment, refer to the following
website.
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
(This site is in English only.)
¾ Remote Device Settings (> 19, 21)
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
Remote Device Operation
Enable to start Network Service on this unit
by using another device such as Smartphone,
etc.
[BDT270] [BDT170] Enable to operate the unit by
DMC.
Device Name Entry
Set the name of this unit to be displayed on
the connected equipment.
[BDT270] [BDT170]
¾IP Address / DNS Settings
This is for checking the state of the network
connection and setting the IP address and
DNS-related.
Press [OK] to show the respective setting.
Registration Type
Automatic
Allow connections to all the
equipment accessing this
unit.
Manual
Set the permission for
individual equipment
connections accessing this
unit.
¾Proxy Server Settings
This is for checking the state of connection with
the Proxy server and performing settings.
Press [OK] to show the respective setting.
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Remote Device List
Registering/deregistering of the displayed
equipment can be performed when “Manual”
in “Registration Type” is selected.
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Settings
¾BD-Live Internet Access (> 18)
You can restrict Internet access when BD-Live
functions are used.
≥ If “Limit” is selected, Internet access is
permitted only for BD-Live contents which
have content owner certificates.
[BDT166/165] [BD83]
System
∫ Easy Settings
You can execute basic settings.
∫ TV Settings
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
∫ Notice
Displays the terms of service for the cloud
services.
¾ TV Aspect
Set to match the type of TV connected.
When connected to a 4:3 aspect TV and playing
16:9 ratio image:
The sides are
cut off so the
picture fills
4:3 Pan & Scan the screen.
When playing BD-Video,
video is output as “4:3
Letterbox”.
Ratings
The following items use the same password.
Don’t forget your password.
∫ DVD-Video Ratings
Set a ratings level to limit DVD-Video play.
∫ BD-Video Ratings
Set an age limit of BD-Video play.
4:3 Letterbox
[Except_BD73]
∫ Network Service Lock
You can restrict the usage of Network Service.
Black bands
appear at
the top and
bottom of
the picture.
When connected to a 16:9 widescreen TV and
playing 4:3 ratio image:
16:9
Video is displayed as a 4:3
ratio image in the centre of
the screen.
16:9 full
Video is displayed as a
horizontally stretched 16:9
image.
¾ TV System
Perform the setup so it matches the TV System
of the connected TV.
¾ Screen Saver Function
This is to prevent image retention on the
screen.
≥ When this is set to “On”:
If a list of playback content is displayed and
there is no operation for 10 minutes or more,
the screen switches to HOME menu
automatically.
≥ While playing and pausing, etc., this function
is not available.
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Settings
¾On-Screen Messages
∫ System Information
Choose whether to show status messages
automatically.
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
¾ Software Licence
¾HDMI CEC
Set to use “HDMI CEC” function when
connected to a device that supports “HDMI
CEC”.
≥ Select “Off” when you do not want to use
“HDMI CEC”.
Information about the software used by this unit
is displayed.
¾ Firmware Version Information
Display firmware version of this unit and [BDT270]
wireless LAN module.
[Except_BD73]
∫ Start-up Banner
Select whether to display the banner after turning
on this unit. (> 16)
∫ Quick Start
∫ Default Settings
This returns all values in the Setup menu and the
Option menu to the default settings, except for
some settings of network*1, ratings, remote
control code, on-screen language*2, etc.
*1
Speed of start-up from standby mode is
increased.
*2
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
≥ When set to “On”, the internal control unit will be
powered and in Network standby mode. The
idle power consumption will increase so
compared to when set to “Off”.
(Power consumption > 34)
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
≥ When set to “On”, the internal control unit will be
powered and the idle power consumption will
increase so compared to when set to “Off”.
(Power consumption > 34)
∫ Remote Control
Change the remote control code if other
Panasonic products react to this remote control.
[Except_BD73]
∫ Firmware Update (> 15)
Press [OK] to show the following settings:
¾Automatic Update Check
When this equipment remains connected to the
Internet, it will check for the latest firmware
version when it is turned on and you can update
it if necessary.
¾Update Now
You can update the firmware manually if a
firmware update is available.
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[Except_BD73]
[Except_Australia,_New_Zealand_and_Middle_East]
Reference
Troubleshooting guide
Reference
Before requesting service, please perform the
following checks.
If the problem remains unresolved, consult
your dealer for instructions.
∫ Unit does not respond to remote
control or unit’s buttons.
Disconnect the AC mains lead, wait 1 minute,
then reconnect the AC mains lead.
Do you have the latest firmware installed?
Panasonic is constantly improving the unit’s
firmware to ensure that our customers are
enjoying the latest technology. (> 15)
The remote control does not work properly.
¾ Change the batteries in the remote control.
(> 5)
¾ The remote control and this unit are using
different codes.
Turn on this unit by using the standby/on
switch on this unit, and check “Remote
control ”, which is displayed on the screen
when you press a button on the remote
control.
Press and hold [OK] and the displayed
number (“”) for more than 5 seconds.
The TV tuner mode is not displayed when the
TV is turned on.
¾ This phenomenon may occur, depending on
the TV setting, when “Quick Start” is set to
“On”.
¾ Depending on the TV, this phenomenon may
be prevented by reconnecting the HDMI cable
to a different HDMI input terminal or by
changing the HDMI auto connection setting.
The following do not indicate a problem with
this unit:
– Regular disc rotating sounds.
– Image disturbance during search.
– [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] Image disturbance
when replacing 3D discs.
∫ Cannot eject disc.
1 Turn the unit on.
2 Press and hold [OK], the yellow button and
the blue button on the remote control at the
same time for more than 5 seconds.
– POWER LED starts to flash, and “00 RET”
is displayed on the screen.
3 Press [1] (right) repeatedly on the remote
control until “06 FTO” is displayed on the
screen.
4 Press [OK].
General operation
To return to the factory defaults.
¾ Select “Yes” in “Default Settings” in the Setup
menu. (> 29)
To return all settings to the factory preset.
¾ Reset the unit as follows:
1 Turn the unit on.
2 Press and hold [OK], the yellow button and
the blue button on the remote control at the
same time for more than 5 seconds.
– POWER LED starts to flash, and “00 RET”
is displayed on the screen.
3 Press [1] (right) repeatedly on the remote
control until “08 FIN” is displayed on the
screen.
4 Press and hold [OK] for more than 5 seconds.
This unit is turned off automatically.
¾ To save on electricity, this unit is turned off
automatically if there is no button operation
for about 20 minutes when not playing back
(such as when paused or displaying the
menu, displaying still pictures, etc.).
You have forgotten your ratings password.
You want to cancel the ratings level.
¾ The ratings level returns to the factory
defaults.
1 Turn the unit on.
2 Press and hold [OK], the yellow button and
the blue button on the remote control at the
same time for more than 5 seconds.
– POWER LED starts to flash, and “00 RET”
is displayed on the screen.
3 Press [1] (right) repeatedly on the remote
control until “03 VL” is displayed on the
screen.
4 Press [OK].
The TV screen turns black.
¾ In the following cases, HDMI authentication
takes place and a black screen is displayed:
– [BDT270] [BDT170] When “24p(4K)/24p Output”
is set to “24p(4K)” or “24p”.
– [BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73] When “24p Output” is
set to “On”.
– [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] When the display is
switched between 2D and 3D images.
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This unit does not recognize the USB
connection correctly.
¾ Disconnect and re-connect the USB cable. If
it still does not recognize the connection, turn
this unit off and on again.
¾ USB devices may not be recognized by this
unit when connected using the following :
– a USB hub
– a USB extension cable
¾ If you connect USB HDD to this unit, use the
USB cable that is supplied with the HDD.
Picture
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
3D video is not output.
¾ Connect to a full high-definition TV.
¾ Is there a non-3D compatible amplifier/
receiver connected between this unit and a
TV? (> 12)
¾ Are the settings on this unit and the TV
correct? (> 18)
¾ Is the amplifier/receiver that is connected
between this unit and TV on?
¾ Depending on the connected TV, the video
being played back might switch to 2D video
due to changes in resolution etc. Check the
3D setting on the TV.
[BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165]
The images from this unit do not appear on
the TV.
Picture is distorted.
¾ An incorrect resolution is selected in “HDMI
Video Format”. Reset the setting as follows:
1 Turn the unit on.
2 Press and hold [OK], the yellow button and
the blue button on the remote control at the
same time for more than 5 seconds.
– POWER LED starts to flash.
3 Press [8] and the blue button on the remote
control at the same time for more than
5 seconds.
Set the item again. (> 25)
– When Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD,
and DTS-HD® audio are not output properly,
select “Yes” in “Default Settings” (> 29) and
make proper settings.
¾ PAL discs cannot be correctly viewed on an
NTSC TV.
¾ [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] When “3D BD-Video
Playback” in the Setup menu is set to
“Automatic”, images may not be output
depending on the connection method. After
removing the disc from this unit, select “Set
before play” in the Setup menu, and select
“2D Playback” in the setup screen displayed
when playing 3D discs. (> 26)
¾ [BDT270] [BDT170] When outputting in 24p (4K),
images may be distorted depending on the
HDMI cable. Use an HDMI cable that
supports 4K output.
3D video is not output correctly as 2D.
¾ Select “Set before play” in the Setup menu,
and select “2D Playback” in the setup screen
displayed when playing 3D discs. (> 26, “3D
BD-Video Playback”)
¾ Discs that have recorded titles with Side by
side (2 screen structure) and that can be
enjoyed in 3D are played back in accordance
with the settings of the TV.
A black band is displayed around the edge of
the screen.
The aspect ratio of the screen is abnormal.
¾ Confirm the “TV Aspect” is set properly.
(> 28)
¾ Adjust the aspect setting on the TV.
Audio
Cannot switch audio.
¾ The audio cannot switch, if “Digital Audio
Output” is set to “Bitstream” or [BDT270] [BDT170]
[BDT166/165] “On”*. Set “Digital Audio Output” to
“PCM” or [BDT270] [BDT170] [BDT166/165] “Off”*.
(> 25)
* For “DSD Output Mode”
Cannot hear the desired audio type.
¾ Check the connections and the “Digital Audio
Output” settings. (> 12, 25)
Video is not output in high-definition.
¾ Confirm that “HDMI Video Format” in the
Setup menu is set properly. (> 25)
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Playback
[Except_BD73]
Network
Disc cannot be played.
¾ The disc is dirty. (> 6)
¾ The disc is not finalized. (> 8)
Still pictures (JPEG) do not play back
normally.
¾ The images that were edited on the PC, such
as Progressive JPEG, etc., may not be played
back.
[Except_BD73]
I can’t play back BD-Live.
¾ Confirm that this unit is connected to the
broadband Internet. (> 13)
¾ Confirm the “BD-Live Internet Access”
settings. (> 28)
¾ Confirm a USB device is connected to the
USB port. (> 15)
¾ [BDT270] Connect this unit to the network by a
wired connection.
I can’t connect to the network.
¾ Confirm the network connection and settings.
(> 13, 14, 27)
¾ [BDT270] There may be interference that
prevents the unit from detecting your home
network. Place the unit and the wireless
router closer to each other. This unit may be
able to detect your network name (> 14,
“SSID”).
¾ Check the operating instructions for each
device and connect accordingly.
[BDT270]
When using wireless LAN connection, video
from the DLNA Certified media server is not
played back or video frames are dropped
during playback.
¾ Higher transfer rate router such as 802.11n
(2.4 GHz) wireless router may solve the
problem. If you use 802.11n (2.4 GHz)
wireless router, it is necessary to set the
encryption type to “AES”.
Simultaneous use with a microwave, cordless
telephone etc. at 2.4 GHz may result in
connection interruptions or other problems.
¾ On the “Wireless Settings” screen (> 27), the
continuous lighting of at least 4 “Reception”
indicators is the target for a stable connection.
If 3 or fewer indicators are lit or the
connection is being interrupted, change the
position or angle of your wireless router and
see if the connection state improves. If there
is no improvement, connect to a wired
network and perform the “Easy Network
Setting” (> 14) again.
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Reference
Messages on the screeen
POWER LED
When the POWER LED is flashing, check the
message on the TV screen. If a message is not
displayed on the TV screen, determine the type of
the error by checking the way the POWER LED is
flashing.
Cannot play.
¾ You inserted an incompatible disc.
Cannot play on this unit.
¾ You tried to play a non-compatible image.
¾ Re-insert the media.
No disc inserted.
¾ The disc may be upside down.
$ This operation is not available.
¾ Some operations are unsupported by the unit.
(For example, reverse slow motion, etc.)
IP address is not set.
¾ The “IP Address” in “IP Address / DNS
Settings” is “---. ---. ---. ---”. Set the “IP
Address”, “Subnet Mask”, and “Gateway
Address”. (Select the automatic address
acquisition if necessary.)
[BDT270]
The wireless access point currently has a low
network security setting. It is recommended to
change to a higher setting.
¾ Set a stronger network security level referring
to the wireless router operating instructions.
Flashes 6 times
¾ The remote control and this unit are using
different codes.
Turn on this unit by using the standby/on
switch on this unit, and check “Remote control
” which is displayed on the screen when you
press a button on the remote control.
Press and hold [OK] and the displayed
number (“”) for at least 5 seconds.
Flashes
¾ The copyright protected disc cannot be
played back.
One of the devices connected to this unit (TV,
amplifier, etc.) does not support copyright
protection.
Flashes 3 times
¾ The disc in use cannot be played back since
the copyright information is invalid.
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Reference
Specifications
File format
General
File format
Extension
Reference
“.MKV”, “.mkv”
Signal system
PAL/NTSC
Operating
temperature range
i5 oC to i35 oC
Operating humidity
range
10 % to 80 % RH (no condensation)
HDMI AV output
Output connector:
Type A (19 pin) 1 system
USB slot
USB2.0: 1 system
[Except_BD73]
Ethernet
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX 1 system
[BDT270]
Wireless LAN
Standard Compliance:
IEEE802.11 b/g/n
MKV
Xvid
“.SRT”, “.srt”,
“.SUB”, “.sub”,
“.TXT”, “.txt”
Frequency range:
2.4 GHz band
mp4
“.MP4”, “.mov”
(H.264+AAC)
Security:
WPATM/WPA2TM (Encryption Type:
TKIP/AES, Authentication Type:
PSK), WEP (64 bit/128 bit)
MPEG
(TS/PS)
LASER Specification Class 1 LASER Product
Wave length: 790 nm (CDs)/
660 nm (DVDs)/405 nm (BDs)
Laser power: No hazardous
radiation is emitted with the safety
protection
Power supply
≥ The video file and
subtitles text file are
[Except_South_East_Asia]
inside the same folder,
Subtitles text
and the file names are
file
the same except for the
“.SRT”, “.srt”,
file extensions.
“.SSA”, “.ssa”,
≥ Some MKV/Xvid files
“.ASS”, “.ass”
may not be played back
correctly, depending on
“.AVI”, “.avi”
the video resolution,
[Except_South_East_Asia]
frame rate condition,
Subtitles text
subtitle format and so
on.
file
Some mp4/MPEG files
may not be played back
correctly, depending on
“.mpg”, “.mpeg”, the video resolution,
“.m2ts”, “.mts”, frame rate condition and
“.ts”
so on.
“.JPG”, “.jpg”,
“.jpeg”
≥ MOTION JPEG and
Progressive JPEG are
not supported.
≥ You may not be able to
play back the file if you
have edited the folder
structure or the file
name on a PC or other
device.
“.MPO”, “.mpo”
3D still picture
MP3
“.MP3”, “.mp3”
This unit supports ID3
tags, but only titles, artist
names and album names
can be displayed.
FLAC
“.FLAC”, “.flac”
Maximum sampling rate:
192 kHz/24 bit
WAV
“.WAV”, “.wav”
Maximum sampling rate:
192 kHz/24 bit
AAC
“.M4A”, “.m4a”,
“.AAC”, “.aac”
This unit supports ID3
tags.
Maximum sampling rate:
48 kHz/320 kbps
WMA
“.WMA”, “.wma”
This unit supports ID3
tags.
Maximum sampling rate:
48 kHz/385 kbps
“.DSF”, “.dsf”,
“.DFF”, “.dff”
Maximum sampling rate:
5644 kHz/8 ch
“.M4A”, “.m4a”
Maximum sampling rate:
192 kHz/24 bit/2 ch
JPEG
[BDT270] [BDT170]
[For_the_United_Kingdom_and_Ireland]
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
AC 220 to 240 V, 50 Hz
[For_the_Middle_East_and_South_East_Asia]
AC 220 to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
DC 12 V 0.8 A (DC IN terminal)
Power
consumption*
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
[BDT166/165]
MPO
[BDT270] [BDT170] Approx. 13 W
[BDT166/165] [BD83] Approx. 11 W
[BD73] Approx. 10 W
Power consumption Approx. 0.5 W
(Quick Start: Off)
in standby mode*
[For_the_United_Kingdom_ [BDT270] [BDT170] Approx. 5.5 W
and_Ireland]
[BDT166/165] [BD83]
Power consumption Approx. 3.5 W
in Network standby (Quick Start: On)
mode
[For_Australia_and_New_Zealand]
[For_the_Middle_East_and_ [BDT270] [BDT170]
South_East_Asia]
Approx. 5.5 W
Power consumption [BDT165] [BD83] [BD73]
in quick start standy Approx. 3.5 W
mode*
Dimensions
(WkHkD)
[BDT270] [BDT170]
312 mmk43 mmk180 mm
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
245 mmk38.5 mmk175 mm
[BDT270]
[BDT170]
[BDT166/165]
DSD
Mass
[BDT270] [BDT170]
Approx. 1.0 kg
[BDT166/165] [BD83] [BD73]
Approx. 0.8 kg
* [For_the_Middle_East_and_Thailand]
[BDT165] [BD83] [BD73] Using supplied AC adaptor
≥ Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ALAC
≥ With certain recording states and folder structures, the play
order may differ or playback may not be possible.
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Reference
Audio information
[BDT270] [BDT170]
The audio output differs depending on the
settings on the unit. (> 25, “Digital Audio Output”)
≥ The number of channels listed is the maximum possible
number of output channels when connected to amplifier/
receiver compatible with the respective audio format.
Supported format for DLNA
≥ File formats that are not supported by your
DLNA server cannot be played.
Video
“Digital Audio Output”
“Bitstream”/“On”*4
Output Outputs using
channel*3 original audio*1
*1
*2
*3
*4
Container
“PCM”*2/“Off”*4
BD-Video :
7.1ch PCM*1
DVD-Video :
5.1ch PCM
Video codec Audio codec
MKV
Xvid*
When “BD-Video Secondary Audio” is set to “On”, the
audio will be output as Dolby Digital, DTS Digital
SurroundTM or 5.1ch PCM.
The maximum possible number of Dolby sound is 2ch
PCM.
When “DTS Neo:6” is set to “Cinema” or “Music”, 2ch
(2.1ch) audio can be expanded to 7ch (7.1ch) and output.
(> 26)
For “DSD Output Mode”
AVCHD
MP4
PS
TS
H.264
AAC
DTS®
PCM
Vorbis
FLAC
Example of
file extension
.mkv
MPEG-4
MP3
Advanced
.avi
Simple Profile Dolby Digital
(ASP)
Dolby Digital
.mts
H.264
AAC
.mp4, .mov
Dolby Digital
MPEG2
.mpg, .mpeg
Linear PCM
MPEG2
AAC
.m2ts, .ts
H.264
Dolby Digital
Photo
Format
JPEG
Example of file extension
.jpg
Audio
Audio codec
MP3
FLAC
WAV
AAC
WMA
ALAC
DSD
Linear PCM
Example of file extension
.mp3
.flac
.wav
.m4a
.wma
.m4a
.dsf, .dff
—
* Only when the file is transcoded by DLNA server.
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Reference
“AVCHD” is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation and Sony
Corporation.
Display languages list
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Display Language Display Language Display Language
ENG
FRA
DEU
ITA
ESP
NLD
SVE
NOR
DAN
POR
RUS
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Dutch
Swedish
Norwegian
Danish
Portuguese
Russian
JPN
CHI
KOR
MAL
VIE
THA
POL
CES
SLK
HUN
FIN
Japanese
Chinese
Korean
Malay
Vietnamese
Thai
Polish
Czech
Slovak
Hungarian
Finnish
ARA
HIN
PER
IND
MRI
BUL
RUM
GRE
TUR
Arabic
Hindi
Persian
Indonesian
Maori
Bulgarian
Romanian
Greek
Turkish
Others
Language code list
Language
Code Language
Abkhazian:
6566
Afar:
6565
Afrikaans:
6570
Albanian:
8381
Amharic:
6577
Arabic:
6582
Armenian:
7289
Assamese:
6583
Aymara:
6589
Azerbaijani: 6590
Bashkir:
6665
Basque:
6985
Bengali; Bangla:
6678
Bhutani:
6890
Bihari:
6672
Breton:
6682
Bulgarian:
6671
Burmese:
7789
Byelorussian: 6669
Cambodian: 7577
Catalan:
6765
Chinese:
9072
Corsican:
6779
Croatian:
7282
Czech:
6783
Danish:
6865
Dutch:
7876
English:
6978
Esperanto:
6979
Estonian:
6984
Faroese:
7079
Fiji:
7074
Finnish:
7073
French:
7082
Frisian:
7089
Galician:
7176
Georgian:
7565
German:
6869
Greek:
6976
Greenlandic: 7576
Guarani:
7178
Code Language
Gujarati:
7185
Hausa:
7265
Hebrew:
7387
Hindi:
7273
Hungarian:
7285
Icelandic:
7383
Indonesian: 7378
Interlingua:
7365
Irish:
7165
Italian:
7384
Japanese:
7465
Javanese:
7487
Kannada:
7578
Kashmiri:
7583
Kazakh:
7575
Kirghiz:
7589
Korean:
7579
Kurdish:
7585
Laotian:
7679
Latin:
7665
Latvian, Lettish: 7686
Lingala:
7678
Lithuanian:
7684
Macedonian: 7775
Malagasy:
7771
Malay:
7783
Malayalam: 7776
Maltese:
7784
Maori:
7773
Marathi:
7782
Moldavian:
7779
Mongolian:
7778
Nauru:
7865
Nepali:
7869
Norwegian: 7879
Oriya:
7982
Pashto, Pushto: 8083
Persian:
7065
Polish:
8076
Portuguese: 8084
Punjabi:
8065
Quechua:
8185
Code
Rhaeto-Romance:
8277
Romanian:
8279
Russian:
8285
Samoan:
8377
Sanskrit:
8365
Scots Gaelic: 7168
Serbian:
8382
Serbo-Croatian: 8372
Shona:
8378
Sindhi:
8368
Singhalese: 8373
Slovak:
8375
Slovenian:
8376
Somali:
8379
Spanish:
6983
Sundanese: 8385
Swahili:
8387
Swedish:
8386
Tagalog:
8476
Tajik:
8471
Tamil:
8465
Tatar:
8484
Telugu:
8469
Thai:
8472
Tibetan:
6679
Tigrinya:
8473
Tonga:
8479
Turkish:
8482
Turkmen:
8475
Twi:
8487
Ukrainian:
8575
Urdu:
8582
Uzbek:
8590
Vietnamese: 8673
Volapük:
8679
Welsh:
6789
Wolof:
8779
Xhosa:
8872
Yiddish:
7473
Yoruba:
8979
Zulu:
9085
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Panasonic Warranty
1. The product is warranted for 12 months from the date of purchase. Subject to the conditions of this warranty Panasonic or its
Authorised Service Centre will perform necessary service on the product without charge for parts or labour, if in the opinion of
Panasonic, the product is found to be faulty within the warranty period.
2. This warranty only applies to Panasonic products purchased in Australia and sold by Panasonic Australia or its Authorised
Distributors or Dealers and only where the products are used and serviced within Australia or it's territories. Warranty cover only
applies to service carried out by a Panasonic Authorised Service Centre and only if valid proof of purchase is presented when
warranty service is requested.
3. This warranty only applies if the product has been installed and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations (as
noted in the operating instructions) under normal use and reasonable care (in the opinion of Panasonic). The warranty covers normal
domestic use only and does not cover damage, malfunction or failure resulting from use of incorrect voltages, incorrect installation,
accident, misuse, neglect, build-up of dirt or dust, abuse, maladjustment of customer controls, mains supply problems, thunderstorm
activity, infestation by insects or vermin, tampering or repair by unauthorised persons (including unauthorised alterations),
introduction of sand, humidity or liquids, commercial use such as hotel, office, restaurant, or other business or rental use of the
product, exposure to abnormally corrosive conditions or any foreign object or matter having entered the product.
4. This warranty does not cover the following items unless the fault or defect existed at the time of purchase:
(a) Cabinet Part(s)
(e) DVD, Blu-ray or Recordable Discs
(b) Video or Audio Tapes
(f) Video / Audio Heads from wear and tear in normal use
(c) SD cards or USB devices
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etc
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PRO-031-F11 Issue: 4.0
01-01-2011
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