BLU-BD2000
INEDX
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS ............1
MEDIA COMPATIBILITY..............................................3
INCOMPATIBLE MEDIA.............................................. 4
PLAYER & DISC CARE.............................................. 6
Using Remote & Battery............................................. 7
Panel Description...................................................8
Remote Control Description......................................... 9
Device Connection Description...................................... 10
Setup – customizing setting in the main menu........................ 12
System.............................................................................12
Language............................................................................13
Play back.............................................................................13
Security..............................................................................15
TV...................................................................................16
Video processing......................................................................18
Audio output..........................................................................18
Speaker setup........................................................................20
Post processing.......................................................................20
Software version......................................................................20
Playing – Advanced Playing Operation............................... 21
Using screen control menu............................................................. 21
Using OSD menu..................................................................... 22
Media Player – Special operation of data discs and USB playing........23
Troubleshooting A.................................................. 25
Troubleshooting B.................................................. 27
Technical Specifications............................................ 29
CONTACT INFORMATION............................................31
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
•Please read the instructions carefully before using this product
•Observe all warnings and cautions when using this product.
•Retain all manuals and documentation for future referral.
•Only use this product in the manner described in this manual.
•Do not use this device in extremely hot, cold, humid, dusty or sandy environments.
•Do not use this device in electrical storms or other conditions if the likely hood of lightning is possible.
•Do not attempt to clean this product using liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use only a damp soft cloth
to clean the surface of this device.
•This device may become hot during use. Do not cover vent holes and place in a well ventilated area.
•This device is not waterproof. Do not use this device in the open if there is a high level of moisture in the
air.
•Only place the device on a stable surface and ensure that cables attached to the device can not cause
the device to fall.
•There are no serviceable parts in this device. Attempts to open this device by unauthorised personnel
may cause further damage and void the warranty.
•Images of the product and accessories are indicative only and may vary slightly from actual the product.
•We reserve the right to make changes to this document and the product without notification.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operation and maintenance (servicing) instruction in
the literature accompanying the appliance
THIS PRODUCT 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 OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR
YOURSELF.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
TRADEMARKS
•DVD Logo is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corp., registered in the U.S., Japan and other
countries.
•“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
•Designed for Windows Media, Microsoft, HDCD, and the HDCD logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
•DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio
| Essential are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
•Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
•HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks
of HDMI Licensing LLC.
•All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
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MEDIA COMPATIBILITY
MEDIA COMPATIBILITY
Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and evolving, some discs may not play properly depending
on the disc type, version and encoding. It is possible that a Blu-ray disc manufactured after the player was
manufactured uses certain new features of the Blu-ray Disc specifications. To ensure the best possible
viewing experience, the player may need a firmware or software update from time to time.
Blu-ray
Media Type Compatibility
Blu-Ray Disk BD-ROM (SL/DL)
Limitations
Supports high bit rate audio (Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
and DTS-HD Master Audio) adopted in BD-Video.
DVD
Media Type
DVD
Compatibility
DVD-ROM, DVD+R
(SL/DL), DVD-R
(SL/DL), DVD-RW
(SL/DL).
Limitations
DVD Video or files compatible with the
BLU-BD2000 only.
Compatibility
CD-Audio, CD-R.
CD-RW
Limitations
Recordable CD media must be finalised by a
recorder before playback on the BLU-BD2000.
Compatibility
Flash Drives
Limitations
Formatted in FAT or FAT32 only up to 16GB
Recordable DVD media must be finalised by a
recorder before playback on the BLU-BD2000.
CD
Media Type
CD
USB
Media Type
USB
USB hard drives connect to the BLU-DB1000 should be powered by another source as well as the USB
port. A secondary power source may be required for some Notebook style USB hard drives.
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INCOMPATIBLE MEDIA
INCOMPATIBLE MEDIA
The following media may not be playable or produce erratic or substandard playback.
•WMA discs
•DVD-RAM
•HD DVD
•DivX discs
•Super Audio CD
•Data files on CD-Extra discs
•BDs With cartridge
•Photo CD
•CD Audio with DRM
•DVDs with cartridge
•DVD- Audio
•Non-finalised media
•BD-Video discs recorded at a rate of 50 fields (frames) per second.
NOTE: 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 this Owner’s Manual. Read the disc’s instructions carefully.
REGION INFORMATION
Blu-ray
This player is designed and manufactured to respond to the region
management information.
If the region number of a BD-Video or DVD disc does not correspond
to the current region number of this player, the player cannot play the
disc.
The BLU-BD2000 is preset to play discs meant for region B
WHATS IN THE BOX
•BLU-BD1000 Blu-ray disc player
•Remote control
•2 x AAA Batteries
•Composite (RCA) Video/Audio cable
•User Manual (This Document)
Region Code
Region Country
North America, Central America, South America, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South
East Asia
Europe, Greenland, French territories, Middle East, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand
India, China, Russia, Central Asia, and South Asia
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INCOMPATIBLE MEDIA
DVD
This player is designed to play DVDs from all regions.
Note: Please refer to the GETTING THE BEST FROM THE PLAYER section later in this manual
for information on changing BD & DVD Region Codes.
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PLAYER & DISC CARE
PLAYER & DISC CARE
Cleaning the BLU-BD2000 Player
Always turn the player off and unplug the power cord before cleaning.
Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzene to clean this unit.
Before using chemically treated cloth, carefully read the instructions that came with the cloth.
Please use a damp soft cloth. Wring out any excess liquid and gently wipe the external case of the player.
Let the player dry before using again.
Lens Cleaning
Use a commercially available CD/DVD/BD lens cleaner (not supplied) to periodically clean the lens in this
player. Please read the instructions supplied with the lens cleaner carefully before use.
Handling Discs
•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 record cleaning sprays, benzene, 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) that are lifting or torn.
•Discs that are warped or cracked.
•Irregularly shaped discs, such as heart shapes.
Cleaning Discs
DO
Don’t
Wipe discs with a soft damp cloth and allow to dry before placing disc in the players tray.
Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzene to clean discs.
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Using Remote & Battery
Installing the battery
Using remote control
Aim the remote control at the receiver on the panel
and then operate.
1.Open the battery cover.
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PE
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2.Insert the battery (R03, AAA).
About 7m
Align the +/- polarity of the battery to the
sign in the slot.
3.Put on the battery cover.
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O
SE
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Panel Description
Parts and operation guide
Front panel
1
2
4
1.Disc tray
2.Eject/Insert
3.USB interface
Connect USB device to this interface.
4.Remote receiver
3
4
5
6
7
5.Play/Pause
6.Stop
7.ON/Standby
Turn on the player or set to standby mode.
Rear panel
1
3
2
5
1.Composite video output
2.Audio output (L)
3.HDMI output
4.Digital audio output (coaxial)
5.Audio output (R)
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Remote Control Description
Remote control
While playing, press the following buttons to operate.
1
2
15
16
3
4
5
17
6
18
19
20
21
7
8
22
23
9
24
10
11
12
13
14
25
26
27
28
1. Power: turn on/off the player.
2. Screen control: access more options while playing.
3. Subtitle: select subtitle language.
4. Mute: mute or cancel mute.
5. Language: select audio language or channel.
6. Clear: clear error.
7. OK: confirm.
8. Setup: display setup menu.
9. 0~9: select and enter numbers.
10. Play/Pause: press once to pause, and press it again to resume
normal playing.
11. Stop: stop playing.
12. Fast rewind: fast rewind by 1×, 2×, 3×, 4×, 5×
Fast forward: fast forward by 1×, 2×, 3×, 4×, 5×
13. Program/red button: program playing desired tracks.
14. Bookmark/green button: mark the disc being played; press it to
set bookmark, or press and hold it to pop up the bookmark list.
15. Eject/Insert: eject/insert the disc tray.
16. OSD: display the information while playing.
17. Menu: access the main menu of the video disc.
18. Popup menu: enter or exit disc menu.
19. Media center: access media center.
20. Repeat: repeat playing title, chapter, track or disc.
21. Direction: direction keys.
22. Return: return to previous menu.
23. A-B: while playing, press it once to select the starting point, press
it again to select the ending point and repeat playing the
selected segment.
24. Search: select the search time, chapter, etc. Method: press the
Search button to enter the interface, press the Left/Right
key to select time or chapter and press OK to enter
desired node; press the Up/Down key to enter numbers
directly and press OK to confirm and go to search node.
25. VOL+: turn up the volume.
VOL-: turn down the volume.
26. Prev.: go to previous chapter/track, or chapter start of DVD
Next: go to next chapter/track.
27. Zoom/Blue button: has the function of blue button.
zooming image.
28. A-B/yellow button: has the function of yellow button.
press it once to select the starting point, press
it again to select the ending point and repeat
playing the selected segment.
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Device Connection Description
Video and composite ouput
Audio/video
connection cable
VIDEO
R
L
Audio/video input
TV
Connecting two-channel analog input amplifier
Audio input
R
Audio connection cable
10
L
Device Connection Description
Coaxial connection
Coaxial
Coaxial cable
HDMI connection
HDMI OUT
HDMI IN
HDMI connection
TV
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
Screen saver
(prevent screen aging)
ON
Enable screen saver. If there is no operation in
five minutes while playing, the screen saver will
be activated automatically, and enters standby
mode if there is no operation in ten minutes.
OFF
Disable this function
Disc Auto playback
ON
Enable auto-play. When a disc is inserted, the
player will read and play automatically.
OFF
CEC
ON
When this function is enabled, the player is in
standby, and the device connected through HDMI
is also in standby.
OFF
This function is disabled.
Disc auto-upgrade
ON
Enable: upgrade automatically after disc is
inserted.
OFF
This function is disabled
Load Default
(restore default settings)
Select this option and press [Enter], and the
following dialog box appears:
General System
Load Default
Do you want to load default
OK
Cancel
Press or to select [Enter], and press it to restore
all the settings to default, or select [Cancel] to exit
the dialog box.
Disc
The upgrade program is saved in the disc. When
the auto-upgrade function is set to “OFF”, you
need to select the upgrade option manually after
inserting the disc.
USB
The upgrade program is saved in USB disk.
Upgrade
(software update)
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
Upgrade
(software update)
Network
Connect the network cable to the NIC interface
and make sure that the network connection is
normal.
Easy setup
(initial setup)
Select this function and press [OK], to show “Easy
Setup Wizard” on the screen. Please follow the
prompt to operate.
BUDA info (release the storage space of BUDA
info)
When playing BD-J or BD-LIVE disc, if the
storage space is insufficient, please select
[Format] and press [OK] to clear the BUDA info in
the USB disk to release the space and the USB
disk can be used to save BD-J data.
BUDA setup (setting the storage media of
BUDA info)
USB: USB disk is used as storage media, and
USB disk is required (please note that HDD can’t
be used as the storage media of BUDA info: the
USB disk for BUDA info must be in FAT 32 format)
BUDA
(for BD-J disc playing)
General System
English, Chinese
Language OSD
(set OSD language)
Menu
(set menu language)
English, French, Chinese, Spanish……more
Audio
(set audio language)
Play
back
Subtitle
(set subtitle language)
English, French, Chinese, Spanish……more,
OFF
If the desired language isn’t in the list, select
“More” to get more options.
Select “OFF” if subtitle isn’t required.
Closed Caption
ON
When this function is enabled, closed caption is
off automatically.
OFF
PIP Mark
ON
Enable PIP function.
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
The PIP function of certain BD discs allows the
player plays primary screen and secondary screen
simultaneously. Generally, the primary video is
displayed in full screen, and the secondary video
is displayed in window. When the PIP is enabled,
the player will recognize whether the disc contains
secondary video and notifying the user by showing
this sign.
PIP Mark
Secondary
screen
Primary screen
General Play
back
OFF
Disable this function.
Secondary audio mark
ON
Enable secondary audio.
The secondary audio function of certain BD discs
allows playing the primary and secondary audio
simultaneously. When the sign of secondary
audio is enabled, the player will automatically
check whether the disc contains secondary audio
and notify the user by showing this sign.
OFF
Disable this function.
Last Memory
Select this function to memorize the playing of
disc.
(The realizing of this function depends on disc.
Certain discs may be incompatible.)
ON
Enable memory playing. When this function is
enabled, the player can memorize the playing
progress of six discs. When the discs are inserted
next time, a dialog box will pop up and ask you
whether press [Return] to play from the start of
the disc, or press [OK] to resume playing from the
point stopped last time, and the memorized points
will be cleared automatically after power off.
OFF
Disable this function.
PBC
Open/Close PBC playback
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
Select this function and press [OK] and the screen
shows the dialog box below:
Change password
Change password
Please enter current password
Press [0]-[9] to enter current password, and the
following dialog box appears if the password is
valid:
Change password
General
Security
New password
Press [0]-[9] to enter a new password (twice)
and then exit above dialog box automatically.
The initial password is 0000.
Select this function and press [OK], the screen
shows the dialog box below and asks you to enter
the password. Refer to previous page for
password setting.
Parental Control
(allow selecting playing
content according to
disc rating and filtering
the content improper for
children)
Child lock
Enter password:
Press [0]-[9] to enter current password, and the
following dialog box appears if the password is
valid:
Child lock
Select rating:
•
OFF
G
<
Children safe
Use [ ]/[ ] to select the rating (see the Table
below for description), and press [OK] to exit the
dialog box.
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Security
Item
Setting and description
Motion Picture Association of America Film
Rating
Parental Control
(allow selecting playing
content according to
disc rating and filtering
the content improper for
children)
Rating
Description
Children
Suitable for children
safe
G
Suitable for all ages
PG
Watch under parent guide
PG-13
Children younger than 13 watch under
PGR
Parent guide is required
R
Watch under parent guide if younger than 17
NC-17
Prohibit watching if younger than 17
Adult
For adults only
parente guid
General
Select this function and press [OK], the screen
shows the dialog box below and asks you to enter
the password 0000, the setting of which is
described in previous page.
Country Code
(select country code,
and make sure that the
user only can watch the
content allowed in local
region)
Country & region
Enter the password
Press [0]-[9] to enter current password, and the
following dialog box appears if the password is
valid:
Country & region
<
Select country: UK.
•
U.S.
<
U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
Use [ ]/[ ] to select the country, and press [OK]
to exit the dialog box.
A
B
C
BD Region Code
Display TV
When connected to 16:9 TV, select:
16:9 full screen
In this mode, if the aspect ratio of the disc is 4:3,
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,
TV Screen
(set the aspect ratio
matching the connected
TV set)
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
the horizontal direction of the output signal will
remain unchanged, and the vertical direction will
be compressed to 9/16 of the horizontal width.
When connected to 4:3 TV, select:
4:3 panoramic
The left side and right side of 16:9 image will be
cut to fit the 4:3 screen, the image quality remains
unchanged, but the left and right edges are cut off.
4:3 letterbox
The top and bottom of 16:9 image are black to fit
the 4:3 screen, but the image quality reduces
because the scanning lines are reduced.
TV Screen
(set the aspect ratio
matching the connected
TV set)
Display
Set the resolution of display device. Number 480
and 720 indicate the resolution lines of video
output, I (interlaced) or P (progressive) indicate
the scanning mode of video output.
Auto
The player checks and selects optimized
resolution automatically.
Resolution
(set the video output
resolution)
480P/576P
480i/576i
720P
1080I
1080P
TV
分辨率设值
Resolution setting
The resolution has been changed. Save?
Restore 12 S
OK
Cancel
After the resolution is adjusted, above dialog box
pops up; if you are satisfied with the adjusted
resolution, select [OK], or else select [Cancel]; if
you don’t select in 12s, the player resumes
original setting.
According to the selected video output terminal,
the appropriate resolution is also different; please
set according to video output instructions.
Set the system of output TV signal
NTSC
PAL
AUTO
TV system
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Item
Setting and description
Set color space
RGB
YcbCr
YcbCr422
Full RGB
Color space
TV
HDMI Deep color
Set HDMI color depth to 30-bit, 36-bit, 48-bit or
OFF.
30-bit
36-bit
48-bit
OFF
HDMI 1080P 24HZ
Enable/disable the output of HDMI 1080P 24HZ.
ON
OFF
Display
Press
to adjust the brightness, contrast,
tune and saturation of output image.
Video adjust
Video
processing
Brightness
Contrast
Tune
Saturation
Change
Motion
video
process
Audio
Audio
output
Return
Exit
Sharpness
High
middle
Low
Video mode
• Standard
• vivid
• smooth
Spdif
(select the digital audio
signal format from the
digital audio output
terminal)
Bit stream:
When “Bit stream” is selected, the digital audio
signal will output in the format of original stream.
Select when connected device can decode.
PCM:
Select “PCM” when the connected device can’t
decode. When this option is selected, output
pulse code modulation (PCM) digital signal.
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Audio
output
Audio
SACD
output
Item
Setting and description
Spdif
(select the digital audio
signal format from the
digital audio output
terminal)
Re-encode:
Output re-encoded digital signal.
OFF:
Turn off the signal output of digital audio output
terminal of the player.
HDMI
(select the digital audio
signal format from HDMI
terminal)
Bit stream
PCM
Re-encode
OFF
Same as above
Down-sampling
frequency
(select the down-sampling
frequency of digital audio
signal PCM code)
48K
If the input audio is higher than 48KHZ, the
original audio will be down-sampled to 48KHZ or
lower. If the audio device supports audio input
higher than 48KHZ, this option isn’t
recommended.
96K
If the input audio is higher than 96KHZ, the
original audio will be down-sampled to 96KHZ or
lower. If the audio device supports audio input
higher than 96KHZ, this option isn’t
recommended.
192K
If the input audio is higher than 192KHZ, the
original audio will be down-sampled to 192KHZ
or lower. If the audio device supports audio input
higher than 192KHZ, this option isn’t
recommended.
DRC
(set the dynamic
compression to ON/OFF
ON (enable dynamic output compression
OFF (disable dynamic output compression)
Auto
Dynamic range is the difference between the
minimum audio strength higher than device noise
and the maximum audio strength before
distortion. Enable dynamic compression for
viewing in the night.
SACD
Priority
Multi-channel
2-channel
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Setup – customizing setting in the main menu
Specific setting method and description
Menu
Submenu
Speaker
settings
Item
Setting and description
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 stereo power amplifier.
Second step: select the quantity of bass:
None: select this option if there is no bass
speaker;
Single: select this option if there is bass speaker.
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
speaker, you can also set bass speaker;
Fourth step: set the selected speaker as follows:
Size: set according to speaker size, select large if
the cross section area is larger than or equals to
16cm2, or else select small;
Tuning: adjust the audio output strength of the
speaker in the range -10~10dB.
Delay: set the distance between the speaker and
the listener by 5cm in the range 0~1000cm.
Test tone
More
Size: set according to speaker size, select large if
the cross section area is larger than or equals to
16cm2, or else select small;
Tuning: adjust the audio output strength of the
speaker in the range -10~10dB.
Delay: set the distance between the speaker and
the listener by 5cm in the range 0~1000cm.
EQ
OFF
Rock
Pop
Live
Dance
Classical
Soft
software version
and MAC address
Confirm after upgrading.
Audio
Postprocess
System
info
oftware
version
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Playing – Advanced Playing Operation
Advanced Playing Operation
1. Using screen control menu
With screen control menu, you can set and select
certain playing status.
In the playing state, press [Screen control] key
and show the screen control menu on the screen,
as shown below.
BDMV
Press the direction key [ ] to open the audio bar,
and press [ ] [ ] to switch the audio.
Angle [BD-V DVD-V]: display current playing angle.
Press the direction key [ ] to open the angle bar,
and press [ ] [ ] to switch the playing angle.
Caption [BD-V DVD-V]: display current caption state.
Press the direction key [ ] to open the caption bar,
and press [ ] [ ] to switch the caption language.
-/127
-/--:--:-English LPCM
01/01
Caption type [VIDEO]: only available for video playing;
display current caption state. Press the direction key
[ ] to open the caption bar, and press [ ] [ ] to switch
the caption language.
OFF
Secondary video [BD-V]: display secondary video
state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the
selection bar, and press [ ] [ ] to switch to full screen
In screen control menu, press
to select an
video output, and show secondary video window
item, and then press [OK] to select and set. The
screen control menu contains the following items: simultaneously (PIP).
Title [BD-V DVD-V]: display current title and total
Secondary audio [BD-V]: display secondary audio
titles. Press the direction key [ ] to open title
selection bar, select desired title, and press [OK] state. Press the direction key [ ] to open the selection
bar, and press [ ] [ ] to enable/disable the output of
to play from the selected title.
secondary audio.
Chapter [BD-V DVD-V]: display current chapter
and total chapters. Press the direction key [ ] to Bit rate [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: display the
open chapter selection bar, select desired chapter, bit rate of audio and video signal.
and press [OK] to play from the selected chapter.
Instant search [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: go
File [VIDEO AUDIO PHOTO]: display current file to 30sec after current point and play.
and total files in current folder. Press the direction
Instant replay [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: go
key [ ] to open the selection bar, select desired
file, and press [OK] to play from the selected file. to 10sec before current point and play.
Title
Time [BD-V DVD-V CD VIDEO AUDIO]: display
the playing time of current title, chapter, disc,
track, and file. Press the direction key [ ] to open
the time bar, and 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, and switch the
playing mode among “Normal”, “Random” and
“Shuffle”.
Audio [BD-V DVD-V]: display the language and
audio signal decoding mode of the audio output.
Lantern slide [PHOTO]: display the switching speed
of photo playing. Press [OK] to switch among fast,
medium and slow.
Switch [PHOTO]: display the switching effect of photo
playing. Press [OK] to switch the effect, including
None, slide left, slide up, slide down, slide right,
rectangular shrinking, rectangular enlarging, mixing,
dissolving, horizontal interleaving, vertical interleaving,
horizontal separation, vertical separation, horizontal
division and vertical division.
Note
In screen control menu, press the [Screen control]
key to hide the screen control menu.
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Playing – Advanced Playing Operation
2. Using OSD menu
In OSD menu, you can check the current playing
state. In playing state, press the [OSD] key to
show the OSD menu on the screen.
When playing BD-V DVD-V disc, the menu is
shown below:
1
2
3
4
MPEG
1/127
1/1 English Dolby digital Stereo
7
1/10
00:00:05
OFF
OSD menu contains the following information:
1)Playing state
2)Playing time: display current playing time
3)Disc type
4)File: display current file and the total files in current
folder
5)Time: display the playing time of current track
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2
3
MPEG
00:00:06
Type: MP3
Total time: 04:14
Title: Xuwei-Love
Author: FUFU
Album: FUFU
Form: Instrumental POP
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Advanced Playing Operation
OSD menu contains the following information:
1)Playing state
2)Disc type
3)Title: display current title and total titles
4)Chapter: display current chapter and total
chapters in current title
5)Time: display the playing time of current title
6)Caption: display current caption state
7)Audio: display the language and audio signal
decoding mode of audio output
When playing CD, the menu is shown below:
1
4/29
4
1/15
1/4 Stereo
When playing photo files, the menu is shown below:
1
2
Playing
3
4
5/17
5
Lantern slide
OSD menu contains the following information:
1)Playing state
2)Data file type
3)File: display current file and the total files in current
folder
4)Repeat mode: display current repeat mode
5)Lantern slide: effect and switching speed
Note
In OSD menu, press the [OSD] key to hide the OSD
menu.
5
OSD menu contains the following information:
1)Playing state
2)Disc type
3)Title: display current title and total titles
4)Time: display the playing time of current title
5)Audio: display the language and audio signal
decoding mode of audio output
When playing audio and video files, the menu is
shown below:
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Media Player – Special operation of data discs and USB playing
Note:
4.Press the direction key to select the type of the data
With media player, you can play the photos, music file to be played (e.g. picture, music or movie), and
and video saved in data discs and USB devices
then press OK to select the file directory of selected
(including HDD).
type, as shown below:
Depending on the disc type, certain discs can’t be
played and certain functions may be not
compatible.
Item0/7
UPG
BUDA
Mp3
Tools
Item0/7
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Type: AVI
Total time: 01:43
Resolution: 624 X 352
Frame rate: 24fps
<
Popup Menu
<
Media Center
Popup Menu
Edit Menu
Exit
3.Press the direction key [ ] [ ] to select the
media of the data files to be played (e.g. data
disc or USB disk), and then press OK to enter
data type selection, as shown below:
Media Center
USB1
<
...
Media Center
USB1/Movie/12345
Type: USB
Size: 1554.066M
FS: FAT32
Media Center
Type: Folder
Photo
Special operation in playing picture files
1.Operations while playing
[Stop]: stop playing and return to media center;
[Pause]: pause playing of lantern slide;
[Play]: start playing lantern slide;
[Next]: go to next picture;
[Previous]: go to previous picture;
<
AVCHD
Popup Menu
Edit Menu
Exit
Note
When playing audio files, the OSD menu appears on
the screen. If the files are longer than 6 hours, press
the [
] key to turn pages.
Music
Movie
Media Center
Edit Menu
Exit
Note
To return to previous menu:
Press direction key
Press direction key to select Return, and then
press [OK] to show the files of the selected type in
the menu.
5. Press direction key [ ] to select the folder of the
data files to be played, and then press OK open the
folder; in the folder, press the direction key [ ] to
select the data files to be played, and press OK to
play.
Playing list
Item0/4
Popup Menu
Media Center
<
<
USB1
<
Pic
Media Center
BDMV
Type: Folder
MP8550TOOL
...
Item2/4
<
...
Selecting and playing data file
1.Insert data disc, or connect to USB device (e.g.
USB disk, digital camera, card reader, MP3
player or mobile hard disk) with USB cable.
Note
Before connecting to USB device, please press the
power key to set the player to standby, and then
press the power key to turn on the player after
connected. Before disconnect the USB device,
also set the player to standby state first, or else
the files in the memory may be damaged. For
certain mobile hard disk without independent
power supply, maybe the data can’t be read.
2.After reading the data disc or USB device
(including HDD), the media center menu shows
automatically. In stopped mode, press the Media
Center key to open the Media Center menu, as
shown below.
Media Center
USB1/Movie
Edit Menu
Exit
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Media Player – Special operation of data discs and USB playing
[ ] to select data files, and then press [OK] to
play all the files in the playing list.
In the playing list, press [Popup Menu] to pop up
a dialog box, select accordingly and press [OK].
Clearing from the playing list:
Clear the selected file from the playing list;
Select all: select all the files in current playing list,
and then delete the files from the list;
Clear all: Clear all selected files;
Cancel: cancel the operation and close the dialog
box.
[ ]: pause playing and convert the picture;
[ ]: pause playing and mirror the picture;
[ ]: pause playing and rotate the picture
counterclockwise;
[ ]: pause playing and rotate the picture
clockwise;
Using playing list
You can favorite files to the playing list, and play
the selected files with the playing list.
Note
While playing, press the Stop key to stop playing
and return to the playing list. At this moment,
press the direction key [ ] to exit current playing
list.
1.Editing playing list
Follow the instructions of “Selecting and playing
data files” in previous page to select files, and
press [Popup Menu] to pop up a dialog box,
select accordingly and then press [OK].
Add to playing list
Select all
Clear all
Cancel
Add to playing list: add the selected files to the
playing list; (selected files are marked with red
check marks)
Select all: select all the files in current folder, and
then add all the files to the playing list;
Clear all: clear all the options in current folder;
Cancel: cancel the operation and close the dialog
box.
Note
The edited playing list will be cleared after the
player is turned off.
When the disc is taken out or the USB disk is
disconnected, the selected files in these media will
also disappear from the playing list.
The maximum file number of picture, music and
movie in the playing list is 100.
2.Playing the list
After the playing list is edited, press the direction
key [ ] to return to the root directory of the media
center, press the direction key [ ] to select
“Playing list”, and then press OK to open data
type selection menu.
Press the direction key [ ] to select data type,
and then press [OK] to open the playing list of
selected type.
In the opened playing list, press the direction key
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Troubleshooting A
If there is any failure, please check as below. If you are not sure with the instructions or the problems still
can’t be solved, please contact your local distributor.
It isn’t the problem of the player in the following cases.
There is noise when the disc is rotating;
Image distortion occurs in the process of scanning.
Warning
In any case, it is prohibited to repair the player without authorization, or else the warranty is void. Do not
disassemble the shell to avoid electric shock.
Failure
Reason and solution
No power supply
Please make sure that the AC outlet has electricity.
Insert the AC power line firmly.
Press the Power key on the front panel to turn on the player.
Image is frozen and
operation is invalid
Cut off the power supply and connect again, and then press
the Power key on the remote control to restart the player.
Auto standby
The default setting of the player: in stopped state, if there is
no operation in 5 minutes, the player enables screen saver
automatically; if there is no operation in 10 minutes in screen
saver, the player enters standby automatically. You can press
the Power key on the remote control to restart the player, or
select “OFF” in “Main menu – General – System – Screen
saver”.
Remote control can’t work normally
The remote control isn’t aimed at the receiver. Please aim the
remote control at the receiver on the front panel.
There is obstacle between the remote control and the player.
Please remove it.
Battery is too low. Please replace with new batteries.
Please refer to the instruction of “Using remote control”.
Can’t play discs
Please make sure that the label of the disc is upwards. If the
disc is dirty, please clean first.
The disc is empty or can’t be played. Please check whether the
area code of the disc matches the player.
Red key appears on the screen
Selected function or operation is unavailable in current state.
The reason may be:
1. Software function limit of certain BD/DVD discs.
2. Certain BD/DVD discs don’t support selected function.
3. The selected function is invalid in current mode.
Playing mode is different from the
setting
For certain discs, the settings in the menu are invalid. Please
operate according to the disc menu.
No HDMI output
Check whether the HDMI connection between the player and
external device is loose, and insert properly if yes.
Check whether your TV supports 720p/1080i/1080p/1080p24
HDMI output resolution, and adjust the output resolution of the
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Troubleshooting
player according to the specification of the TV.
HDMI always has output, and CVBS only has output at 720P.
Therefore, certain user can’t watch BD images in CVBS,
because the output resolution in the setting menu is too high;
please set the resolution in HDMI state to lower than 720P.
TV has no image
Please make sure that the TV has been connected to the
player through VIDEO OUT terminal or HDMI terminal.
Please make sure that the AV selection of the TV is proper.
Video output resolution is too low
Please reset the resolution in “Main menu – Display – TV”,
and set according to the video output signal format of
different terminals.
Aspect ratio can’t be changed
The aspect ratio of certain DV/DVD is fixed.
Please refer to the TV manual to adjust the aspect ratio.
No audio
Check whether the audio signal connection between the
player and external device is loose, and insert properly if yes.
Please make sure that the audio output is set properly in
“Main menu – Audio”.
If a power amplifier is connected, please check whether the
input mode of the power amplifier is set properly.
Can’t hear desired audio effect
In “Main menu – Audio – Speaker”, set the speaker properly
according to the connected device.
Can’t switch audio
Due to the difference in disc production, certain discs can’t
switch audio.
Forget the password of parent lock
The default password of parent lock is 0000.
Can’t select audio channel and caption
The disc doesn’t contain the language.
Certain discs can’t be changed, and only can be selected in
disc menu.
The disc doesn’t contain caption information, or caption isn’t
enabled; press the [Caption] key to enable.
Support BD-J discs
Certain keys on the remote control are invalid for certain
BD-J discs, e.g. select with numbers, program, repeat,
return, zoom in and A-B. These discs contain playing
navigation, integrate java, and the program can’t process
these discs; however, common DVD is valid.
Can’t adjust area code
Press [Setup] to enter main menu interface, and press
number “8520” to enter area code page.
Blu-ray code: adjust the area code of Blu-ray discs, and
enter “1”, “2” or “3” directly to select A, B or C.
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Troubleshooting B
TROUBLESHOOTING
In order to prolong the service life of your player, it is recommended to wait at least 30 seconds before
you turn it on again after switching it off.
•Remove disc and turn power off after operation.
•Some functions of the player may not be applicable to certain discs.
•Some discs with special features may not be fully supported by the player. This is not a malfunction of
the unit.
•In case of player malfunction, please turn it off, wait for 30 seconds and turn it back on. If the problem
still exists, please follow the troubleshooting instructions or contact Laser Technical Support.
Use this chart to resolve general operational problems. If there are any problems
that you cannot resolve, please contact Laser technical Support
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Possible Cause
Solution
Will not turn Blu-ray data is still being
on
loaded
No sound
No picture
Symptom
No colour
Wait for up to 10 seconds for all data to be
loaded. The unit will then boot and turn on
correctly
Audio cable is not properly Check audio cable, and then reconnect if
connected
necessary.
Mute is activated
Press the MUTE button to cancel the mute.
Volume is too low
Press the VOL + button to increase the volume to
a preferred level.
SACD is played and the
This is not supported due to copyright
audio connection is coaxial restrictions of SACD. Please use the analogue or
HDMI audio output.
DVD-Audio is played and This is not supported due to copyright
the audio connection is
restrictions of SACD. Please use the analogue or
coaxial.
HDMI audio output. Alternatively, you may
switch to the DVD-Video playback mode.
Video cable is not properly Check video cable; reconnect if necessary.
connected
TV input is not correctly
Select the input to which the player is connected.
selected
Video output format is not Select a proper output resolution that is
support by the TV
supported by your TV.
Video system is not
Set the correct TV System in the Setup Menu.
supported by the TV
Possible Cause
Solution
Video system is not
Set the correct TV System in the Setup Menu.
supported by the TV
Saturation set too low
Check the saturation setting on TV.
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Troubleshooting
If using component output, check that the three
cables are all properly plugged in and not
damaged. Make sure the colour of the plugs
match the jacks on both ends.
Incorrect video output port If using composite video output, check that the
cable is not incorrectly plugged into a component
video jack.
Incorrect
Incorrect colour space
If using HDMI for video output, check the colour
colour
setting
space setting on the TV and player.
Picture rolling Video system is not
Set the correct TV System in the Setup Menu.
or
supported by the TV
split picture
“No Disc” or No disc or incompatible
Eject disc and check. Verify player functionality
“Unknown disc loaded in player
by inserting a known working disc.
Disc” Error Dirty disc recording surface Eject the disc and clean any dirt or fingerprints.
Disc not properly loaded Eject disc and make sure the label side is facing
up and the record side is facing down.
Condensation on the Laser Turn on the player, eject the disc and leave the
pick-up head
player on for about an hour.
Remote
Remote control is out of Use the remote control within the effective
control
range
range.
failure
Point Remote at IR receiver on front Panel.
Low battery
Replace the batteries.
Temporary Scratched or damaged disc Replace the disc.
function
is used
failure
Some functions are not
Stop playback completely, then try again.
available during playback
Interference from other
Identify interference by turning off other
devices
devices, and then relocate or replace the
offending device.
Some Setup Some setup options cannot Fully stop playback by pressing the stop button
Menu items be changed while a disc is twice, eject the disc and try the Setup Menu
are greyed playing. Some setup
again.
out
options may be mutually
exclusive with other setup
options.
No colour
Loose or damaged
component video cables
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Technical Specifications
Specifications
Note
The specification is subject to change without prior notice.
Area code
The player supports the following area code.
DVD
Blu-ray
Country/Region
Australia
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 device
Video
Signal system: PAL/NTSC
Composite video output: 1 Vp-p (75Ω)
HDMI output 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p24
Audio
Two channel analog output
Front left/right channel: 2Vrms (>1000Ω)
Digital output: 0.5 Vp-p (75Ω)
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 disk): may require external power supply.
Master device
Rated power: AC 110V-240V, 50Hz-60Hz
Power consumption: 15W
Power consumption in standby (fast wake-up is disabled): <0.5W
Size (W*H*T): 360x201x40mm
Net weight: 1.3kg
Accessories
Remote control and battery
AV cable
User’s Manual
Warranty Card
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Technical Specifications
Basic Function
Model
Function
DOLBY
DTS HD
BLU-BD2000
v
v
WMA
WMV
AAC
RMVB
v
AVCHD
DivX
BD original Disc
v
MP3 Lyrics display
Those who marked with “V”, are the basic functions of this model supports.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
CONTACT INFORMATION
For more information on this product and technical support please visit
HTTP://WWW.LASERCO.NET
FOR OTHER ACCESSORIES AND PRODUCTS
http://www.laserco.net
Warranty Against Defects
Laser Corporation Pty Ltd (“Laser”) warrants your new product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for
36 months, from the date of purchase, provided that the product is used in accordance with accompanying
recommendations or instructions where provided. The benefit of this warranty is in addition to your rights under the
Australian Consumer Law and to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in relation to the goods or services
to which the warranty relates.
Through a network of retailers and resellers, Laser will provide you with your choice of a refund, repair or exchange (where
possible) for this product if it becomes defective within the warranty period. This warranty will no longer apply where the
defect is a result of alteration, accident, misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, neglect or improper storage.
Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase
How to make a product warranty claim:
Step 1: Find your receipt which proves the date of purchase. Where the date of purchase cannot be verified, your place of
purchase or Laser will make an assessment based on the date of manufacture, the condition of the Laser Product and the
type of defect.
Step 2a): Contact your place of purchase. They will assess the nature of the fault and refund or replace the product as per
their store refund or warranty policy.
Step 2b): If your place of purchase cannot be contacted, then you can contact Laser . Customer Service with details of
your defective Laser Product: Phone: (02) 9870 3355; or Email: service@laserco.com.au or online
www.laserco.net/support/warranty (click on “Consumers (End Users)”). Our business address is at 1/6-8 Byfield Street,
North Ryde, NSW 2113
Step 3: Laser . will issue you with a Return Authorisation (RA) number within 48 hours. When requested, send us the
defective Product and a copy of your receipt. Laser will cover the cost of the return delivery.
Step 4: Wait for us to contact you. Once we have received your defective Laser Product for inspection, we will inform you
of our assessment of your claim within 7 days. When we contact you, we will firstly let you know whether you have a valid
claim under this Warranty, and if so, we will inform you whether your defective Laser Product will be replaced or repaired,
together with the number of days you can expect to wait to receive your replaced or repaired Laser Product.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a
replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are
also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure.
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