LG | BP340 | LG BP340 Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
Blu-ray Disc™ /
DVD Player
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
BP340
www.lg.com
P/NO : MFL68023305
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Safety Information
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CAUTION
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This 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 operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: The apparatus shall not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a
confined space such as a book case or similar unit.
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from over heating. The
openings shall be never be blocked by placing
the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product shall not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instruction has been adhered to.
CAUTION: This product employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner’s manual carefully and retain it for future
reference. Shall the unit require maintenance,
contact an authorized service center. Use of
controls, adjustments or the performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure. To prevent
direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open
the enclosure.
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon
a dedicated circuit;
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only
that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of this
owner’s manual to be certain. Do not overload wall
outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged
wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or
damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.
Any of these conditions could result in electric
shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your
appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage
or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the
appliance, and have the cord replaced with an
exact replacement part by an authorized service
center. Protect the power cord from physical or
mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked,
pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay
particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and
the point where the cord exits the appliance. To
disconnect power from the mains, pull out the
mains cord plug. When installing the product,
ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
NOTICE: For safety marking information including
product identification and supply ratings, please
refer to the main label on the bottom or rear of the
apparatus.
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This device is equipped with a portable battery or
accumulator.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products
should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream
via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the
local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old
appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about
disposal of your old appliance, please
contact your city office, waste disposal
service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
Disposal of waste batteries/accumulators
1. When this crossed-out wheeled
bin symbol is attached to batteries/
accumulators of Your product it means
they are covered by European Directive
2006/66/EC.
2. This symbol may be combined with
chemical symbols for mercury(Hg),
cadmium(Cd) or lead(Pb) if the
battery Contains more that 0.0005%
of mercury, 0.002% of cadmium or
0.004% of lead.
3. All batteries/accumulators should be
disposed separately from the municipal
waste stream via designated collection
facilities appointed by the government
or the local authorities.
4. The correct disposal of Your old
batteries/ accumulators will help
to prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment,
animal and human health.
5. For more detailed information
about disposal of Your old batteries/
accumulators, please contact Your
city office, waste disposal service or
the shop where You purchased the
product.
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Safe way to remove the battery or the battery
from the equipment: Remove the old battery
or battery pack, follow the steps in reverse order
than the assembly. To prevent contamination
of the environment and bring on possible
threat to human and animal health, the old
battery or the battery put it in the appropriate
container at designated collection points. Do
not dispose of batteries or battery together with
other waste. It is recommended that you use
local, free reimbursement systems batteries and
accumulators. The battery should not be exposed
to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire etc.
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For Wireless product European Union Notice
Notes on Copyrights
LG Electronics hereby
declares that this/these
product(s) is/are in
compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC,
2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC, 2009/125/EC and
2011/65/EU.
yy Because AACS (Advanced Access Content
System) is approved as content protection
system for Blu-ray Disc format, similar to use of
CSS (Content Scramble System) for DVD format,
certain restrictions are imposed on playback,
analog signal output, etc., of AACS protected
content. The operation of this product and
restrictions on this product may vary depending
on your time of purchase as those restrictions
may be adopted and/or changed by AACS after
the production of this product.
Please contact to the following address for
obtaining a copy of the DoC (Declaration of
Conformity).
Contact office for compliance of this product:
LG Electronics Inc.
EU Representative, Krijgsman 1,
1186 DM Amstelveen, The Netherlands
yy Please note that this is NOT a Customer Service contact
point. For Customer Service Information, see Warranty
Card or contact the dealer that you purchased this
product.
Indoor use only.
RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment should be installed and operated
with minimum distance 20 cm between the
radiator and your body.
yy Furthermore, BD-ROM Mark and BD+ are
additionally used as content protection systems
for Blu-ray Disc format, which imposes certain
restrictions including playback restrictions for
BD-ROM Mark and/or BD+ protected content. To
obtain additional information on AACS, BD-ROM
Mark, BD+, or this product, please contact an
authorized Customer Service Center.
yy Many BD-ROM/DVD discs are encoded with
copy protection. Because of this, you should only
connect your player directly to your TV, not to a
VCR. Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted
picture from copy-protected discs.
yy This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Rovi, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Rovi. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
yy Under the U.S. Copyright laws and Copyright
laws of other countries, unauthorized recording,
use, display, distribution, or revision of television
programs, videotapes, BD-ROM discs, DVDs, CDs
and other materials may subject you to civil and/
or criminal liability.
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Important Notice for TV color system
The color system of this player differs according to
currently playing discs.
Only the multi system color TV can receive all
signals output from the player.
yy If you have a PAL color system TV, you will see
just distorted images when using discs or video
contents recorded in NTSC.
yy The multi system color TV changes the color
system automatically according to input signals.
In case that the color system is not changed
automatically, turn it off and then on to see
normal images on screen.
yy Even if the disc recorded in NTSC color system
are well displayed on your TV, these may not be
recorded correctly on your recorder.
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For example, when the player plays the disc
recorded in the NTSC color system, the image is
output as an NTSC signal.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
Getting Started
2
Safety Information
8Introduction
8
– Playable Discs and symbols used in
this manual
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– About the “7” symbol display
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– Regional code
9
– System Select
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– LG AV Remote
10 Remote Control
11 Front Panel
11 Rear Panel
2Connecting
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Connecting to your TV
– What is SIMPLINK?
– Resolution setting
Connecting to an Amplifier
– Connecting to an amplifier via HDMI
Output
Connecting to your Home Network
– Wireless network connection
– Wireless network setup
3 System Setting
18 Initial Setup
19Settings
19 – Adjust the setup settings
19 – [NETWORK] menu
20 – [DISPLAY] menu
21 – [LANGUAGE] menu
22 – [AUDIO] menu
24 – [LOCK] menu
25 – [OTHERS] menu
4Operating
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Home Menu Display
– Using [HOME] menu
Playing the Linked Devices
– Playing a disc
– Playing a file on disc/USB device
– Playing a file on Android device
– Playing a file on a network server
Using Home Network Server for PC
– About SmartShare PC Software
(DLNA)
– Downloading SmartShare PC
Software (DLNA)
– Installing SmartShare PC Software
(DLNA)
– Sharing files and folders
– System requirements
General Playback
– Basic operations for video and audio
content
– Basic operations for photo content
– Using the disc menu
– Resume playback
– Last scene memory
On-Screen Display
– To control video playback
– To control photo view
Advanced Playback
– Repeat playback
– Repeating a specific portion
– Playing from selected time
– Selecting a subtitle language
– Hearing a different audio
– Watching from a different angle
– Changing the TV Aspect Ratio
– Changing subtitle Code Page
– Changing the Picture Mode
– Viewing content information
– Changing content list view
– Selecting a subtitle file
– Listening to music during slide show
Advanced Features
– Enjoying BD-Live™
Using the Premium
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5Troubleshooting
43Troubleshooting
43 – General
44 – Network
45 – Picture
45 – Customer support
45 – Open source software notice
6Appendix
46 Controlling a TV with the Supplied
Remote Control
46 – Setting up the remote to control your
TV
47 Network Software Update
47 – Network update notification
47 – Software update
49 Additional Information
49 – File requirement
50 – AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High
Definition)
51 – About DLNA
51 – Certain system requirements
51 – Compatibility notes
52 Audio Output Specifications
53 Area Code List
54 Language Code List
55 Trademarks and Licenses
57Specifications
58Maintenance
58 – Handling the Unit
58 – Notes on Discs
59 Important Information Relating to
Network Services
Some of the content in this manual may differ from your player depending on the software of the
player or your service provider.
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Introduction
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Playable Discs and symbols used in this manual
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Media/Term
Logo
Symbol
e
Blu-ray
y
u
i
r
DVD-ROM
Description
yy Discs such as movies that can be purchased or
rented.
yy BD-R/RE discs that are recorded in BDAV format.
yy BD-R/RE discs that contain Movie, Music or
Photo files.
yy ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
yy Discs such as movies that can be purchased or
rented.
yy Movie mode and finalized only
yy Supports the dual layer disc also
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD+R
DVD+RW
o
Finalized AVCHD format
y
u
i
yy DVD±R/RW discs that contain Movie, Music or
Photo files.
yy ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
DVD-RW (VR)
r
VR mode and finalized only
Audio CD
t
Audio CD
CD-R/RW
y
u
i
yy CD-R/RW discs that contain Movie, Music or
Photo files.
,
>
Indicates special notes and operating features.
Note
–
Caution
–
yy ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
Indicates cautions for preventing possible
damages from abuse.
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yy Depending on the recording software & the
finalization, some recorded discs (CD-R/RW,
DVD±R/RW, BD-R/RE) may not be playable.
yy BD-R/RE, DVD±R/RW and CD-R/RW discs
recorded using a personal computer or a
DVD or CD Recorder may not play if the
disc is damaged or dirty, or if there is dirt or
condensation on the player’s lens.
yy If you record a disc using a personal
computer, even if it is recorded in a
compatible format, there are cases in which
it may not play because of the settings of
the application software used to create the
disc. (Check with the software publisher for
more detailed information.)
yy This player requires discs and recordings to
meet certain technical standards in order to
achieve optimal playback quality.
yy Pre-recorded DVDs are automatically set to
these standards. There are many different
types of recordable disc formats (including
CD-R containing MP3 or WMA files) and
these require certain pre-existing conditions
to ensure compatible playback.
yy Customers should note that permission
is required in order to download MP3 /
WMA files and music from the Internet.
Our company has no right to grant such
permission. Permission should always be
sought from the copyright owner.
yy You have to set the disc format option
to [Mastered] in order to make the discs
compatible with the LG players when
formatting rewritable discs. When setting
the option to Live System, you cannot use
it on LG player. (Mastered/Live File System :
Disc format system for windows Vista)
About the “7” symbol display
“7” may appear on your TV display during
operation and indicates that the function explained
in this owner’s manual is not available on that
specific media.
Regional code
This unit has a regional code printed on the rear of
the unit. This unit can play only BD-ROM or DVD
discs labelled same as the rear of the unit or “ALL”.
System Select
Open the disc tray using the B (OPEN/CLOSE)
button and then, press and hold M (PAUSE) for
more than five seconds to change the color system
(PAL /NTSC /AUTO).
LG AV Remote
You can control this player with your iPhone
or Android phone via your home network. This
player and your phone must be connected to your
wireless network device such as access point. Visit
“Apple iTunes” or “Google Android Market (Google
Play Store)” for detailed information of “LG AV
Remote”.
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yy Depending on the conditions of the
recording equipment or the CD-R/RW (or
DVD±R/RW) disc itself, some CD-R/RW (or
DVD±R/RW) discs cannot be played on the
unit.
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Remote Control
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• • • • • • a • • • • • • • • • • • • d • • • • • •
1 (POWER): Switches the player
ON or OFF.
Colored (R, G, Y, B) buttons: Use
to navigate BD-ROM menus. They
are also used as shortcut buttons
for specific menus.
B (OPEN/CLOSE): Opens and
closes the disc tray.
0-9 numerical buttons: Selects
numbered options in a menu.
TITLE/POP-UP: Displays the DVD
title menu or BD-ROM’s pop-up
menu, if available.
REPEAT (h): Repeats a desired
section or sequence.
• • • • • • b • • • • • •
c/v (SCAN): Searches
backward or forward.
C/V (SKIP): Goes to the
next or previous chapter / track /
file.
M (PAUSE): Pauses playback.
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z (PLAY): Starts playback.
Z (STOP): Stops playback.
• • • • • • c • • • • • •
HOME (1): Displays or exits the
[Home Menu].
Remove the battery cover on the
rear of the Remote Control, and
insert the R03 (size AAA) battery
with 4 and 5 matched correctly.
INFO/MENU (m): Displays or
exits On-Screen Display.
Direction buttons(w/s/a/d)
: Selects an option in the menu.
ENTER (b): Acknowledges menu
selection.
BACK (1): Exits the menu or
returns to the previous screen.
DISC MENU: Accesses menu on a
disc.
TV Control Buttons: See page
46.
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Front Panel
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a Disc Tray
d R (OPEN / CLOSE)
b Remote Sensor
e 1/! (POWER)
c Power Indicator
f USB Port
Rear Panel
a AC power cord
b HDMI OUT
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Connecting to your TV
If you have an HDMI TV or monitor, you can
connect it to this player using an HDMI cable (Type
A, High Speed HDMI™ Cable). Connect the HDMI
jack on the player to the HDMI jack on an HDMI
compatible TV or monitor.
Rear of the unit
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Additional Information for HDMI
yy When you connect an HDMI or DVI compatible
device make sure of the following:
-- Try switching off the HDMI/DVI device and
this player. Next, switch on the HDMI/DVI
device and leave it for around 30 seconds,
then switch on this player.
-- The connected device’s video input is set
correctly for this unit.
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-- The connected device is compatible with
720x576p, 1280x720p, 1920x1080i or
1920x1080p video input.
yy Not all HDCP-compatible HDMI or DVI devices
will work with this player.
-- The picture will not be displayed properly
with non-HDCP device.
,,Note
HDMI
cable
TV
yy If a connected HDMI device does not accept
the audio output of the player, the HDMI
device’s audio sound may be distorted or
may not output.
yy When you use HDMI connection, you can
change the resolution for the HDMI output.
(Refer to “Resolution Setting” on page 13)
Set the TV’s source to HDMI (refer to TV’s Owner’s
manual).
,,Note
Please refer to the manuals of your TV, Stereo
System or other devices as necessary to make
the best connections.
yy Select the type of video output from the
HDMI OUT jack using [HDMI Color Setting]
option on the [Settings] menu (see page
21).
yy Changing the resolution when the
connection has already been established
may result in malfunctions. To solve the
problem, turn off the player and then turn it
on again.
yy When the HDMI connection with HDCP
is not verified, TV screen is changed to
black screen. In this case, check the HDMI
connection, or disconnect the HDMI cable.
yy If there are noises or lines on the screen,
please check the HDMI cable (length is
generally limited to 4.5 m).
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What is SIMPLINK?
Some functions of this unit are controlled by the
TV’s remote control when this unit and LG TV’s with
SIMPLINK are connected through HDMI connection.
Controllable functions by LG TV’s remote control;
Play, Pause, Scan, Skip, Stop, Power Off, etc.
LG TV’s with SIMPLINK function has the logo as
shown above.
,,Note
Depending on the disc type or playing status,
some SIMPLINK operation may differ from your
purpose or not work.
Resolution setting
The player provides several output resolutions for
HDMI OUT jack. You can change the resolution
using [Settings] menu.
1. Press HOME (1).
2. Use a/d to select the [Settings] and press
ENTER (b). The [Settings] menu appears.
3. Use w/s to select [DISPLAY] option then press
d to move to the second level.
4. Use w/s to select the [Resolution] option then
press ENTER (b) to move to the third level.
5.Use w/s to select the desired resolution then
press ENTER (b) to confirm your selection.
,,Note
yy If your TV does not accept the resolution
you have set on the player, you can set
resolution to 576p as follows:
1.Press B to open the disc tray.
2.Press Z (STOP) for more than 5 seconds.
yy If you select a resolution manually and then
connect the HDMI jack to TV and your TV
does not accept it, the resolution setting is
set to [Auto].
yy If you select a resolution that your TV
does not accept, the warning message
will appear. After resolution change,
if you cannot see the screen, please
wait 20 seconds and the resolution will
automatically revert back to the previous
resolution.
yy The 1080p video output frame rate may
be automatically set to either 24 Hz or
50 Hz depending both on the capability
and preference of the connected TV and
based on the native video frame rate of the
content on the BD-ROM disc.
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Refer to the TV owner’s manual for the details of
SIMPLINK function.
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Connecting to an
Amplifier
Since many factors affect the type of audio output,
see “Audio Output Specifications” for details (page
52).
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Connecting to an amplifier via
HDMI Output
Connect the player’s HDMI OUT jack to the
corresponding in jack on your amplifier using an
HDMI cable.
Rear of the unit
About Digital Multi-channel sound
Connecting
A digital multi-channel connection provides the
best sound quality. For this, you need a multichannel Audio/Video Receiver that supports one
or more of the audio formats supported by your
player. Check the logos on the front of the Audio/
Video receiver and the manual. (PCM Stereo, PCM
Multi-Ch, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS and/or DTS-HD)
HDMI cable
Receiver/Amplifier
HDMI cable
TV
Connect the amplifier’s HDMI output jack to HDMI
input jack on your TV using an HDMI cable if your
amplifier has HDMI output jack. (Refer to amplifier’s
owner’s manual)
You will need to activate the player’s digital output.
(See “[AUDIO] Menu” on page 22)
Connecting
Connecting to your
Home Network
This player can be connected to the internal
wireless module.
By connecting the unit to a broadband home
network, you have access to services such as
software updates, BD-Live interactivity and online
content services.
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Wireless network setup
For the wireless network connection, the player
needs to be set up for network communication.
This adjustment can be done from the [Settings]
menu. Adjust the [NETWORK] setting as follow.
Setting up the access point or the wireless router
is required before connecting the player to the
network.
Preparation
Before setting the wireless network, you need
to:
This connection is to use an Access Point or a
wireless router. The network configuration and
connection method may vary depending on the
equipment in use and the network environment.
-- connect the broadband internet to the
wireless home network.
-- set the access point or wireless router.
-- note the SSID and security code of the
network.
1. Select [Connection Setting] option in the
[Settings] menu then press ENTER (b).
Wireless
communication
2. Read the preparations for the network settings
and then press ENTER (b) while [Start] is
highlighted.
Access point or
Wireless router
Broadband
service
3.Use w/s to select a desired SSID of wireless
network and press ENTER (b).
Refer to the setup instructions supplied with
your access point or wireless router for detailed
connection steps and network settings.
Performance can sometimes be affected by other
electronic devices in the home.
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Wireless network connection
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If you have security on your access point, you
need to input the security code as necessary.
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Advanced Setting
If you want to set the network settings manually,
use w/s to select [Advanced Setting] on the
[Network Setting] menu and press ENTER (b).
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yy WEP security mode generally have 4 keys
available on an access point setting. If your
access point or wireless router use WEP
security, enter the security code of the key
“No.1” to connect on your home network.
yy An Access Point is a device that allows you
to connect to your home network wirelessly.
4.Use w/s/a/d to select the IP mode
between [Dynamic] and [Static].
Normally, select [Dynamic] to allocate an IP
address automatically.
,,Note
If there is no DHCP server on the network and
you want to set the IP address manually, select
[Static] then set [IP Address], [Subnet Mask],
[Gateway] and [DNS Server] using w/s/a/
d and numerical buttons.
5. Select [Next] and press ENTER (b) to apply
network settings.
Follow the instructions of each connection method
on the screen.
[AP List] - Scans all available access points or
wireless routers within range and display them
as a list.
[Network name (SSID)] – Your access point
may not be broadcasting its network name
(SSID). Check your access point settings through
your computer and either set your access
point to broadcast SSID, or manually enter the
network name in [Network name(SSID)].
[PBC] – If your access point or wireless
router that supports the PBC (Push Button
Configuration) method, select this option and
press the Push Button on your access point
within 120 counts. You do not need to know the
network name (SSID) and security code of your
access point.
[PIN] – If your access point supports the PIN
Code configuration method based on WPS(WiFi Protected Setup), select this option and note
the code number on the screen. Then, enter the
PIN number on a setting menu of your access
point to connect. Refer to the documentation
for your network device.
,,Note
Network connection status is displayed on the
screen.
6. Select [OK] and press ENTER (b) to complete
the network connection.
To use PBC and PIN network connection,
security mode of your access point must be
set to OPEN or AES.
Connecting
Notes on network connection
yy Many network connection problems during
set up can often be fixed by re-setting the
router or modem. After connecting the player
to the home network, quickly power off and/
or disconnect the power cable of the home
network router or cable modem. Then power on
and/or connect the power cable again.
yy Our company is not responsible for any
malfunction of the player and/or the internet
connection feature due to communication
errors/malfunctions associated with your
broadband internet connection, or other
connected equipment.
yy The features of BD-ROM discs made available
through the Internet Connection feature are not
created or provided by our company, and our
company is not responsible for their functionality
or continued availability. Some disc related
material available by the Internet Connection
may not be compatible with this player. If you
have questions about such content, please
contact the producer of the disc.
yy Some internet content may require a higher
bandwidth connection.
yy Even if the player is properly connected and
configured, some internet content may not
operate properly because of internet congestion,
the quality or bandwidth of your internet service,
or problems at the provider of the content.
yy Some internet connection operations may not
be possible due to certain restrictions set by the
Internet service provider (ISP) supplying your
broadband Internet connection.
yy Any fees charged by an ISP including, without
limitation, connection charges are your
responsibility.
yy You must use a Router to use xDSL service.
yy A DSL modem is required to use DSL service and
a cable modem is required to use cable modem
service. Depending on the access method of and
subscriber agreement with your ISP, you may not
be able to use the internet connection feature
contained in this player or you may be limited
to the number of devices you can connect at
the same time. (If your ISP limits subscription to
one device, this player may not be allowed to
connect when a PC is already connected.)
yy The use of a “Router” may not be allowed or its
usage may be limited depending on the policies
and restrictions of your ISP. For details, contact
your ISP directly.
yy The wireless network operate at 2.4 GHz
radio frequencies that are also used by other
household devices such as cordless telephone,
Bluetooth® devices, microwave oven, and can be
affected by interference from them.
yy Turn off all unused network equipment in
your local home network. Some devices may
generate network traffic.
yy For better reception, place the player from the
access point as close as possible.
yy In some instances, placing the access point or
wireless router at least 0.45 m (1.5 ft.) above the
floor may improve the reception.
yy The reception quality over wireless depends on
many factors such as type of the access point,
distance between the player and access point,
and the location of the player.
yy Set your access point or wireless router to
Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc mode is not
supported.
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Connecting
yy Depending on the internet service provider (ISP),
the number of devices that can receive internet
service may be limited by the applicable terms
of service. For details, contact your ISP.
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18
System Setting
Initial Setup
When you turn on the unit for the first time, the
initial setup wizard appears on the screen. Set the
display language and network settings on the initial
setup wizard.
5.Use w/s/a/d to select the IP mode
between [Dynamic] and [Static].
Normally, select [Dynamic] to allocate an IP
address automatically.
1.Press 1 (POWER).
The initial setup wizard appears on the screen.
2.Use w/s/a/d to select a display language
and press ENTER (b).
6. Select [Next] and press ENTER (b) to apply
network settings.
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System Setting
3. Read and prepare the preparations for the
network settings and then press ENTER (b)
while [Start] is highlighted.
Network connection status is displayed on the
screen.
For details on network settings, refer to
“Connecting to your Home Network” on page
15.
7. Check all the settings that you have set in the
previous steps.
4. All available networks are displayed on the
screen. Use w/s to select a desired SSID of
wireless network and press ENTER (b).
Press ENTER (b) while [Finish] is highlighted
to finish the initial setup settings. If there is any
settings to be changed, use w/s/a/d to
select 1 and press ENTER (b).
If you have security on your access point, you
need to input the security code as necessary.
System Setting
Settings
Adjust the setup settings
You can change the settings of the player in the
[Settings] menu.
1. Press HOME (1).
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[NETWORK] menu
The [NETWORK] settings are needed to use the
software update, BD-Live and online content
services.
Connection Setting
If your home network environment is ready to
connect, the unit needs to be set up via wireless
connection for network communication.(See
“Connecting to your Home Network” on page
15.)
Connection Status
BD-LIVE connection
You can restrict Internet access when BD-Live
functions are used.
3.Use w/s to select the first setup option, and
press d to move to the second level.
[Permitted]
Internet access is permitted for all BD-Live
content.
[Partially permitted]
4.Use w/s to select a second setup option, and
press ENTER (b) to move to the third level.
Internet access is permitted only for BD-Live
content which have content owner certificates.
Internet access and AACS Online functions are
prohibited for all BD-Live content without a
certificate.
[Prohibited]
Internet access is prohibited for all BD-Live
content.
Device Name
5.Use w/s to select a desired setting, and press
ENTER (b) to confirm your selection.
You can make a network name using virtual
keyboard. This player will be recognised by the
name you are entering on your home network.
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System Setting
2.Use a/d to select the [Settings] and press
ENTER (b). The [Settings] menu appears.
If you want to check the network status on this
player, select the [Connection Status] options and
press ENTER (b) to check whether a connection
to the network and the internet have been
established.
20 System Setting
[DISPLAY] menu
Resolution
TV Aspect Ratio
Sets the output resolution of the HDMI video signal.
Refer to page 13 for details about the resolution
setting.
Select a TV aspect ratio option according to your TV
type.
3
[Auto]
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays theatrical images with masking bars
above and below the picture.
If the HDMI OUT jack is connected to
TVs providing display information (EDID),
automatically selects the resolution best suited
to the connected TV.
[4:3 Pan Scan]
[576p]
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays pictures cropped to fill your TV screen.
Both sides of the picture are cut off.
[720p]
[4:3 Letter Box]
System Setting
[16:9 Original]
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected. The
4:3 picture is displayed with an original 4:3
aspect ratio, with black bars appearing at the
left and right sides.
[16:9 Full]
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected. The
4:3 picture is adjusted horizontally (in a linear
proportion) to fill the entire screen.
,,Note
You cannot select [4:3 Letter Box] and
[4:3 Pan Scan] option when the resolution is
set to higher than 720p.
Outputs 576 lines of progressive video.
Outputs 720 lines of progressive video.
[1080i]
Outputs 1080 lines of interlaced video.
[1080p]
Outputs 1080 lines of progressive video.
1080p Display Mode
When the resolution is set to 1080p, select
[24 Hz] for smooth presentation of film material
(1080p/24 Hz) with an HDMI-equipped display
compatible with 1080p/24 Hz input.
,,Note
yy When you select [24 Hz], you may
experience some picture disturbance when
the video switches video and film material.
In this case, select [50 Hz].
yy Even when [1080p Display Mode] is set to
[24 Hz], if your TV is not compatible with
1080p/24 Hz, the actual frame frequency of
the video output will be 50 Hz to match the
video source format.
System Setting
HDMI Color Setting
[LANGUAGE] menu
Select the type of output from the HDMI OUT jack.
For this setting, please refer to the manuals of your
display device.
Display Menu
[YCbCr]
Select when connecting to an HDMI display
device.
[RGB]
Select when connecting to a DVI display
device.
Home Menu Guide
Select a language for the [Settings] menu and onscreen display.
Disc Menu/Disc Audio/
Disc Subtitle
Select the language you prefer for the audio track
(disc audio), subtitles, and the disc menu.
[Original]
Refers to the original language in which the
disc was recorded.
[Other]
Press ENTER (b) to select another language.
Use number buttons then press ENTER (b)
to enter the corresponding 4-digit number
according to the language code list on page
54.
[Off] (Disc Subtitle only)
Turn off Subtitle.
,,Note
Depending on the disc, your language setting
may not work.
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System Setting
This function allows you to display or delete the
guide bubble on the Home Menu. Set this option
to [On] for displaying guide.
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22 System Setting
[AUDIO] menu
Each disc has a variety of audio output options. Set
the player’s Audio options according to the type of
audio system you use.
,,Note
Since many factors affect the type of audio
output, see “Audio Output Specifications” on
page 52 for details.
Digital Output
[Auto]
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System Setting
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT jack
to a device with LPCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby
Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS and DTS-HD
decoder.
[PCM]
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT jack
to a device with digital decoder.
[DTS Re-Encode]
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT jack
to a device with DTS decoder.
,,Note
yy When [Digital Output] option is set to
[Auto], the audio may output as bitstream.
If the bitstream information is not detected
from HDMI device with EDID, the audio may
output as PCM.
yy If the [Digital Output] option is set to [DTS
Re-Encode], the DTS Re-Encode audio is
outputted for BD-ROM discs with secondary
audio and the original audio is outputted
for the other discs (like [Auto]).
Sampling Freq.
(Digital Audio Output)
[48 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier is
not capable of handling 192 kHz and 96 kHz
signal. When this choice is made, this unit
automatically converts any 192 kHz and 96 kHz
signals to 48 kHz so your system can decode
them.
[96 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier is
not capable of handling 192 kHz signals. When
this choice is made, this unit automatically
converts any 192 kHz signals to 96 kHz so your
system can decode them.
[192 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier is
capable of handling 192 kHz signals.
Check the documentation for your A/V Receiver or
Amplifier to verify its capabilities.
System Setting 23
DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
This function allows you to listen to a movie at a
lower volume without losing clarity of sound.
[Auto]
The dynamic range of the Dolby TrueHD audio
output is specified by itself.
And the dynamic range of the Dolby Digital
and Dolby Digital Plus are operated as same as
the [On] mode.
[On]
Compress the dynamic range of the Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD
audio output.
[Off]
,,Note
The DRC setting can be changed only when a
disc is not inserted or the unit is in complete
stop mode.
System Setting
Turns off this function.
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24 System Setting
[LOCK] menu
DVD Rating
The [LOCK] settings affect only BD-ROM and DVD
playback.
Blocks playback of rated DVD based on their
content. (Not all discs are rated.)
To access the any features in [LOCK] settings, you
must enter the 4-digit security code you have
created.
If you have not entered a password yet, you are
prompted to do so. Enter a 4-digit password twice,
and press ENTER (b) to create a new password.
Password
You can create or change the password.
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[None]
System Setting
Enter a 4-digit password twice, and press
ENTER (b) to create a new password.
[Change]
Enter the current password and press ENTER
(b). Enter a 4-digit password twice, and press
ENTER (b) to create a new password.
If you forget your password
If you forget your password, you can clear it using
the following steps:
1. Remove any disc that might be in the player.
2. Highlight [Password] option in the [Settings]
menu.
3. Use Number buttons to enter “210499”. The
password is cleared.
,,Note
If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER
(b), press a. Then input the correct password.
[Unlock]
If you select [Unlock], parental control is not
active and the disc plays in full.
[Rating 1-8]
Rating one (1) has the most restrictions and
rating eight (8) is the least restrictive.
Blu-ray Disc Rating
Set an age limit of BD-ROM play. Use number
buttons to input an age limit for BD-ROM viewing.
[255]
All BD-ROM can be played.
[0-254]
Prohibits play of BD-ROM with corresponding
ratings recorded on them.
,,Note
The [Blu-ray Disc Rating] will be applied
only for the Blu-ray disc that containing the
Advanced Rating Control.
Area Code
Enter the code of the area whose standards were
used to rate the DVD video disc, based on the list
on page 53.
System Setting 25
[OTHERS] menu
DivX® VOD
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi
Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified®
device that has passed rigorous testing to verify
that it plays DivX video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your files
into DivX videos.
[Register]
Displays the registration code of your player.
[Deregister]
Deactivate your player and display the
deactivation code.
,,Note
All the downloaded videos from DivX(R) VOD
with this player’s registration code can only be
played on this unit.
The screen saver appears when you leave the
player in Stop mode for about five minutes. If
you set this option to [On], the unit automatically
turns off within 15 minutes since the Screen Saver
is displayed. Set this option to [Off ] to leave the
screen saver until the unit is operated by the user.
Initialize
[Factory Set]
You can reset the player to its original factory
settings.
[Blu-ray Storage Clear]
Initializes the BD-Live contents from the
connected USB storage.
,,Note
If you reset the player to its original factory
settings using [Factory Set] option, you have
to set all the activation for the on-line services
and network settings again.
Software
[Information]
Displays the current software version.
[Update]
You can update the software by connecting
the unit directly to the software update server
(see page 47).
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System Setting
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX
Certified® device must be registered in order to play
purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies.
To obtain your registration code, locate the DivX
VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.
divx.com for more information on how to complete
your registration.
Auto Power Off
26 Operating
Home Menu Display
Playing the Linked
Devices
Using [HOME] menu
The home menu appears when you press HOME
(1). Use a/d to select a category and press
ENTER (b).
Playing a disc
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1.Press B (OPEN/CLOSE), and place a disc on the
disc tray.
2.Press B (OPEN/CLOSE) to close the disc tray.
For the most Audio CD, BD-ROM and
DVD-ROM discs, playback starts automatically.
3.Press HOME (1).
4. Select [Movie] or [Music], and select disc icon.
a [Movie] - Plays video content.
b [Photo] - Plays photo content.
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c [Music] - Plays audio content.
Operating
d
[Premium] - Displays the Premium home
screen. (page 42)
e [Settings] - Adjusts the system settings.
,,Note
yy Playback functions described in this manual
are not always available in every files and
media. Some functions can be restricted
depending on many factors.
yy Depending on the BD-ROM titles, a USB
device connection may be needed for the
proper playback.
yy Unfinalized DVD-VR format discs may not
be played in this player.
yy Some DVD-VR discs are made with CPRM
data by DVD RECORDER. This unit cannot
support these kinds of discs.
Operating 27
Playing a file on disc/USB
device
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This player can play video, audio and photo files
contained in the disc or USB device.
1. Insert a data disc on the tray or connect a USB
device.
Notes on USB device
yy This player supports USB flash drive/external
HDD formatted in FAT32 and NTFS when
accessing files (music, photo, movie). However,
for BD-Live, use the USB flash drive / external
HDD formatted in FAT32.
yy This unit can support up to 4 partitions of the
USB device.
yy Do not extract the USB device during operation
(play, etc.).
yy A USB device which requires additional program
installation when you have connected it to a
computer, is not supported.
yy USB device: USB device that supports USB1.1
and USB2.0.
File loading may take few minutes depending on
the number of content stored in the USB storage
device. Press ENTER (b) while [Cancel] is selected
to stop loading.
2.Press HOME (1).
3. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using a/d,
and press s.
4. Select Disc or USB and press ENTER (b).
a Displays all linked devices.
b Displays video, photo or audio content.
c Displays the file or folder on linked device.
5. Select a file using w/s/a/d, and press z
(PLAY) or ENTER (b) to play the file.
yy Regular back up is recommended to prevent
data loss.
yy If you use a USB extension cable, USB HUB or
USB Multi-reader, the USB device may not be
recognized.
yy Some USB device may not work with this unit.
yy Some digital cameras and mobile phones are
not supported.
yy USB Port of the unit cannot be connected to PC.
The unit cannot be used as a storage device.
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Operating
When you connect the USB device on the HOME
menu, the player plays an audio file contained in
the USB storage device automatically. If the USB
storage device is containing various types of files, a
menu for the file type selection will appear.
yy Video, audio and photo files can be played. For
details of playing each file type, refer to the
relevant pages.
28 Operating
Playing a file on Android
device
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This player can play video, audio and photo files
contained in Android device.
1. Connect Android device to the unit with USB
cable. Make sure that MTP is activated on
Android device.
Notes on Connecting Android device
yy This unit can support only MTP (Media Transfer
Protocol) Android devices.
yy Do not extract Android device during operation
(play, etc.).
yy Video, audio and photo files can be played. For
details of playing each file type, refer to the
relevant pages.
yy Regular back up is recommended to prevent
data loss.
yy If you use a USB extension cable, USB HUB or
USB Multi-reader, Android device may not be
recognized.
yy Some Android devices may not work with this
unit.
2.Press HOME (1).
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3. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using a/d,
and press s.
Operating
4. Select [MTP] using a/d and press ENTER (b).
File loading may take few minutes depending on
the number of content stored in Android device.
5. Select a file using w/s/a/d, and press z
(PLAY) or ENTER (b) to play the file.
yy When you use MTP, playing some music, photo,
movie, or subtitle files may not work depending
on Android device.
Operating 29
Playing a file on a network
server
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This player can play video, audio and photo files
located in a DLNA server through your home
network.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(page 15).
2.Press HOME (1).
3. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using a/d,
and press s.
,,Note
yy The file requirements are described on page
49.
yy The thumbnail of the unplayable files can
be displayed, but those cannot be played
on this player.
yy The subtitle file name and video file name
have to be the same and located at the
same folder.
yy The playback and operating quality may be
affected by your home network condition.
yy You may experience connection problems
depending on your server’s environment.
yy To set your PC as a DLNA server, install the
SmartShare PC Software on your PC. (page
30)
5. Select a file using w/s/a/d, and press z
(PLAY) or ENTER (b) to play the file.
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Operating
4. Select DLNA media server in the category using
a/d and press ENTER (b).
30 Operating
Using Home Network
Server for PC
DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance,
which allows users to access video, photo and
audio files stored in server and enjoy them on TV
via home networking.
Before connecting to PC to play a file, SmartShare
PC Software (DLNA) should be installed on your PC.
About SmartShare PC
Software (DLNA)
SmartShare PC Software (DLNA) is for sharing video,
audio and photo files stored on your computer to
this unit as a DLNA-compatible digital media server.
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Downloading SmartShare PC
Software (DLNA)
Operating
1. Start up your computer, visit http://www.lg.com.
If necessary, select your region.
2. Click support tab.
3. Fill your model name on the cover of owner’s
manual in search bar.
4. Find and download the “SmartShare PC
Software (DLNA)” file.
Installing SmartShare PC
Software (DLNA)
1. Before installation, close all running programs
including firewall and Anti-Virus programs.
2. Unzip and double-click “Setup.exe” to install
SmartShare PC Software (DLNA). The installation
is prepared and the installation wizard appears.
3. Follow the directions of the installation wizard
displayed on the screen.
4. Click the [Exit] button to complete the
installation.
,,Note
yy SmartShare PC Software is not supported
with Mac OS.
yy The SmartShare PC Software (DLNA) is
a customized software edition only for
sharing files and folders to this player.
yy This manual explains operations with the
English version of SmartShare PC Software
(DLNA) as examples. Follow the explanation
referring to the actual operations of your
language version.
Operating
Sharing files and folders
System requirements
On your computer, you must share the folder
containing video, audio and/or photo content to
play them on this player.
Minimum System
This part explains the procedure for selecting the
shared folders on your computer.
1. Double-click the “SmartShare” icon.
2. Click [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] icon on the
center, and then click [Settings] on the top
right corner of the SmartShare PC Software. The
[Settings] menu appears on the screen.
3. Click [My Shared Contents] tab, and then click
icon. The [Add/Remove Shared Folders]
menu appears on the screen.
4. Click the folder containing the files you want
to share and then click the [OK]. The checked
folder is added to the [My Shared Contents]
and then click the [OK] at the bottom of the
[Settings] menu.
,,Note
yy If the shared folders or files are not displayed
on the player, click the [My Shared Contents]
on the [Settings] menu, and then click
icon.
yy For more information, click [HELP] on the
[Settings] menu.
yy CPU : Intel® 2.0 GHz or AMD Sempron™ 2000+
processors
yy Memory : 1 GB of free RAM
yy Graphics card : 64 MB video memory, minimum
resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and 16 bit color
settings
yy Free Disk Space : 200 MB
yy Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or higher), Windows
Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8.0, Windows® 8.1
yy Windows® Media Player® 11.0 or higher
yy Network environment : 100 Mb Ethernet, WLAN
Recommended System
yy CPU : Intel® Core™ Duo or AMD Athlon™ 64X2,
1.7 GHz or better
yy Memory : 2 GB of free RAM
yy Graphics card : 128 MB video memory, minimum
resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and 16 bit color
settings
yy Free Disk Space : 200 MB
yy Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or higher), Windows
Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8.0, Windows® 8.1
yy Windows® Media Player® 11.0 or higher
yy Network environment: 100 Mb Ethernet, WLAN
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Operating
5. Make sure that the SmartShare (DLNA) service
turns on at the [Service] tab.
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32 Operating
General Playback
Basic operations for photo
content
Basic operations for video and
audio content
To play a slide show
To stop playback
To stop a slide show
Press Z (STOP) during playback.
To pause playback
Press M (PAUSE) during playback.
Press z (PLAY) to resume playback.
To play frame-by-frame (Video)
Press M (PAUSE) during video playback.
Press M (PAUSE) repeatedly to play Frame-by-Frame
playback.
4
To scan forward or backward
Operating
Press c or v to play fast forward or fast reverse
during playback.
You can change the various playback speeds by
pressing c or v repeatedly.
To slow down the playing speed
(Video)
While the playback is paused, press v repeatedly
to play various speeds of slow motion.
To skip to the next/previous
chapter/track/file
During playback, press C or V to go to the
next chapter/track/file or to return to the beginning
of the current chapter/track/file.
Press C twice briefly to step back to the previous
chapter/track/file.
In the file list menu of a server, there may have
many types of content in a folder together. In this
case, press C or V to go to the previous or
next content with same type.
Press z (PLAY) to start slide show.
Press Z (STOP) while slide show.
To pause a slide show
Press M (PAUSE) while slide show.
Press z (PLAY) to re-start the slide show.
To skip to the next/previous photo
While viewing a photo in full screen, press a or d
to go to the previous or next photo.
Using the disc menu
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To display the disc menu
The menu screen may be displayed first after
loading a disc which contains a menu. If you want
to display the disc menu during playback, press
DISC MENU.
Use w/s/a/d buttons to navigate through
menu items.
To display the Pop-up menu
Some BD-ROM discs contain Pop-up menu that
appears during playback.
Press TITLE/POP-UP during playback, and use w/
s/a/d buttons to navigate through menu
items.
Operating 33
Resume playback
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The unit records the point where you pressed the
Z (STOP) depending on the disc.
If “MZ (Resume Stop)” appears on the screen
briefly, press z (PLAY) to resume playback (from
the scene point).
If you press Z (STOP) twice or unload the disc,
“Z(Complete Stop)” appears on the screen. The unit
will clear the stopped point.
,,Note
This unit memorizes the last scene from the last disc
that is viewed. The last scene remains in memory
even if you remove the disc from the unit or switch
off the unit. If you load a disc that has the scene
memorized, the scene is automatically recalled.
,,Note
yy Last Scene Memory function for a previous
disc is erased once a different disc is played.
yy This function may not work depending on
the disc.
yy On BD-ROM discs with BD-J, the last scene
memory function does not work.
yy This unit does not memorize settings of
a disc if you switch off the unit before
commencing to play it.
4
Operating
yy The resume point may be cleared when a
button is pressed (for example; 1 (POWER),
B (OPEN/CLOSE), etc).
yy On BD-ROM discs with BD-J, the resume
playback function does not work.
yy If you press Z (STOP) once during BD-ROM
interactive title playback, the unit will be in
Complete Stop mode.
Last scene memory
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34 Operating
On-Screen Display
Displaying content information onscreen
You can display and adjust various information and
settings about the content.
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To control video playback
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2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
You can control playback and set options while
watching videos.
During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
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a Progress bar - Displays the current position
and total playing time.
Operating
b [Disc Menu] - Accesses menu on a disc.
c [Title/Popup] - Displays the DVD title menu
or BD-ROM’s pop-up menu, if available.
d [Option] - Displays playback information.
e [Repeat] - Repeats a desired section or
sequence. (page 36)
a Title – Current title number/total number of
titles.
b Chapter – Current chapter number/total
number of chapters.
c Time – Elapsed playing time/total playback
time.
d Audio – Selected audio language or channel.
e Subtitle – Selected subtitle.
f Angle – Selected angle/total number of
angles.
g TV Aspect Ratio – Selected TV aspect ratio.
h Picture Mode – Selected picture mode.
,,Note
yy If no button is pressed for a few seconds,
the on-screen display disappears.
yy A title number cannot be selected on some
discs.
yy Available items may differ depending on
discs or titles.
yy If an interactive Blu-ray Disc is playing back,
some setting information is displayed on
the screen but prohibited to be changed.
Operating 35
To control photo view
Setting the slide show option
Controls playback and sets options while viewing
pictures in full screen.
You can use various options during viewing a
photo in full screen.
You can control playback and set options while
viewing pictures in full screen.
1. While viewing pictures, press INFO/MENU (m).
While viewing pictures, press INFO/MENU (m).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b)
a [Slide show] - Starts or pause slide show.
b [Music] - Select the background music for the
slide show (page 40).
c [Option] - Displays slide show options.
d [Rotate] - Rotates the photo clockwise.
e [Zoom] - Displays the [Zoom] menu.
a [Speed] - Use a/d to select a delaying
speed between photos in a slide show.
c [Music Select] – Select the background music
for the slide show (page 40).
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Operating
b [Effect] - Use a/d to select a transition
effect between photos in a slide show.
36 Operating
Advanced Playback
Repeating a specific portion
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Repeat playback
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This player can repeat a portion you have selected.
Blu-ray Disc / DVD / Video files
During playback, press REPEAT (h) to select a
desired repeat mode.
A-B – Selected portion will be repeated continually.
3.Press ENTER (b) at the beginning of the portion
you wish to repeat.
4.Press ENTER (b) at the end of the portion. Your
selected portion will be repeated continually.
,,Note
Chapter – The current chapter will be played back
repeatedly.
yy You cannot select a portion less than 3
seconds.
Title – The current title will be played back
repeatedly.
yy This function may not work on some disc or
title.
All – All the titles or files will be played back
repeatedly.
4
1. During playback, press REPEAT (h).
2. Select [A-B] using w/s, and press ENTER (b).
Off – Returns to normal playback.
Operating
Audio CDs/Audio files
Playing from selected time
eroy
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
During playback, press REPEAT (h) repeatedly to
select a desired repeat mode.
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
5 – Selected portion will be repeated continually.
(Audio CD only)
3. Select the [Time] option and then input the
required start time in hours, minutes, and
seconds from left to right.
6Track – The current track or file will be played
back repeatedly.
7All – All the tracks or files will be played back
repeatedly.
78All – All the tracks or files will be played back
repeatedly in random order.
8 – The tracks or files will be played back in
random order.
,,Note
This function may not work on some disc or
title.
For example, to find a scene at 2 hours, 10
minutes, and 20 seconds, enter “21020”.
Press a/d to skip the playback 60 seconds
forward or backward.
4.Press ENTER (b) to start playback from selected
time.
,,Note
yy This function may not work on some disc or
titles.
yy This function may not work depending on
the file type and ability of the DLNA server.
Operating 37
Selecting a subtitle language
eroy
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
Watching from a different
angle
er
3.Use w/s to select the [Subtitle] option.
If the disc contains scenes recorded at different
camera angles, you can change to a different
camera angle during playback.
4.Use a/d to select desired subtitle language.
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
By pressing ENTER (b), you can set various
subtitle options.
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
,,Note
Some discs allow you to change subtitle
selections only via the disc menu. If this is the
case, press TITLE/POP-UP or DISC MENU button
and choose the appropriate subtitle from the
selections on the disc menu.
3.Use w/s to select the [Angle] option.
4.Use a/d to select desired angle.
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
Changing the TV Aspect Ratio
eoy
You can change the TV aspect ratio setting during
playback.
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
3.Use w/s to select the [TV Aspect Ratio]
option.
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
3.Use w/s to select the [Audio] option.
4.Use a/d to select desired audio language,
audio track or audio channel.
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
,,Note
yy Some discs allow you to change audio
selections only via the disc menu. In this
case, press TITLE/POP-UP or DISC MENU
button and choose the appropriate audio
from the selections on the disc menu.
yy Immediately after you have switched sound,
there may be a temporary discrepancy
between the display and actual sound.
yy On BD-ROM disc, the multi audio format
(5.1CH or 7.1CH) is displayed with [MultiCH]
in the on-screen display.
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
4.Use a/d to select desired option.
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
,,Note
Even if you change the value of the [TV Aspect
Ratio] option in On-Screen display, the [TV
Aspect Ratio] option in the [Settings] menu is
not changed.
Operating
Hearing a different audio
eroy
4
38 Operating
Changing subtitle Code Page
y
Changing the Picture Mode
eroy
If the subtitle is displayed in broken letter, you can
change the subtitle code page to view the subtitle
file properly.
You can change the [Picture mode] option during
playback.
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
3.Use w/s to select the [Code Page] option.
4.Use a/d to select desired code option.
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
3.Use w/s to select the [Picture Mode] option.
4.Use a/d to select desired option.
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
Setting the [User setting] option
1. During playback, press INFO/MENU (m).
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
3.Use w/s to select the [Picture Mode] option.
4.Use a/d to select the [User setting] option,
and press ENTER (b).
4
Operating
5. Press BACK (1) to exit the On-Screen display.
5.Use w/s/a/d to adjust the [Picture Mode]
options.
Select [Default] option then press ENTER (b) to
reset the all video adjustments.
6.Use w/s/a/d to select the [Close] option,
and press ENTER (b) to finish setting.
Operating 39
Viewing content information
y
Selecting a subtitle file
y
The player can display the content information.
If the subtitle file name is different from the video
file name, you need to select the subtitle file in the
[Movie] menu before playing the movie.
1. Select a file using w/s/a/d.
2. Press INFO/MENU (m) to display the option
menu.
The file information appears on the screen.
During video playback, you can display the file
information by pressing TITLE/POP-UP.
1.Use w/s/a/d to select the subtitle file you
wish to play in the [Movie] menu.
2.Press ENTER (b).
,,Note
The information displayed on the screen
may not correct comparing actual content
information.
Changing content list view
yui
Press red (R) colored button repeatedly.
,,Note
yy If you press Z (STOP) during playback, the
subtitle selection is cancelled.
yy This function is not available for playing file
on a server via home network.
4
Operating
In the [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] menu, you can
change the content list view.
Press ENTER (b) again to deselect the subtitle
file. Selected subtitle file will be displayed when
you play the video file.
40 Operating
Listening to music during slide
show
i
You can display photo files while listening to audio
files.
1. While viewing a photo in full screen, press INFO/
MENU (m) to display the option menu.
2. Select [Option] using a/d, and press ENTER
(b).
3.Use w/s to select [Music Select] option, and
press ENTER (b) to display the [Music Select]
menu.
4.Use w/s to select a device, and press ENTER
(b).
Available device may differ depending on the
location of the current photo file.
4
Photo location
Available Device
Disc, USB
Disc, USB
Operating
MTP
MTP
DLNA server
DLNA server
5.Use w/s to select a file or a folder you wish to
play.
Select g and press ENTER (b) to display the
upper directory.
,,Note
When selecting audio file from a server, folder
selection is not available. Only file selection is
available.
6.Use d to select [OK], and press ENTER (b) to
complete music selection.
Operating
Advanced Features
Enjoying BD-Live™
e
BD-ROM supporting BD-Live that has a network
extension function allows you to enjoy more
functions such as downloading new movie trailers
by connecting this unit to the internet.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(page 15).
2. Insert a USB storage device to the USB port on
the front panel.
A USB storage device is needed to download
bonus content.
3.Press HOME (1), and set the [BD-LIVE
connection] option on the [Settings] menu
(page 19).
4. Insert a BD-ROM with BD-Live.
The operations may differ depending on the
disc. Refer to the manual supplied with the disc.
>>Caution
Do not extract the connected USB device
while content is being downloaded or a Bluray disc is still in the disc tray. Doing so may
damage the connected USB device and BDLive features may not operate properly with
the damaged USB device anymore. If the
connected USB device seems damaged from
such an action, you can format the connected
USB device from the PC and reuse it with this
player.
,,Note
yy Some BD-Live content may be restrictively
accessed in some territories by content
provider’s own decision.
yy It may take up to several minutes to load
and start enjoying BD-Live content.
yy For BD-Live, use the USB flash drive /
external HDD formatted in FAT32 only.
4
Operating
Depending on a disc, the BD-Live function may
not be operated if [BD-LIVE connection] option
is set to [Partially Permitted].
41
42 Operating
Using the Premium
You can use various content services via Internet
with the Premium feature.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(page 15).
2.Press HOME (1).
3. Select the [Premium] using a/d, and press
ENTER (b).
4. Select an online service using w/s/a/d,
and press ENTER (b).
4
,,Note
Operating
yy For detailed information of each service,
contact to the content provider or visit
support link of the service.
yy The content of Premium services and
service related information, including user
interface, is subject to changes. Please refer
to the web site of each service for most upto-date information.
Troubleshooting 43
Troubleshooting
General
Issue
Cause & Solution
The power does not turn on.
yy Plug the power cord into the wall outlet securely.
The unit does not start
playback.
yy Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc type, color system, and regional
code.)
yy Place the disc with the playback side down.
yy Place the disc on the disc tray correctly inside the guide.
yy Clean the disc.
yy Cancel the Rating function or change the rating level.
The connected USB storage
device is not recognized.
yy Try using a different USB cable, some USB cables may not support
enough current for normal USB operation.
yy If you use a USB extension cable or USB HUB, the USB devices may
not be recognized.
yy A USB device which requires additional program installation when
you have connected it to a computer is not supported.
yy This unit supports only USB Flash Drive and USB External HDD with
FAT32 or NTFS format.
yy Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD Video being played.
Cannot play video, photo or
audio files.
yy The files are not recorded in a format that the unit can play.
The remote control does not
work properly.
yy The remote control is not pointed at the remote sensor of the unit.
yy The unit does not support the codec of the video file.
yy The remote control is too far from the unit.
yy There is an obstacle in the path of the remote control and the unit.
yy The batteries in the remote control are exhausted.
The unit is plugged in, but the
power will not turn on or off.
The unit is not operating
normally.
The unit does not work
properly.
You can reset the unit as follows.
yy Unplug the power cord, wait at least five seconds, and then plug it in
again.
yy Turn off the power of this unit and the connected external device (TV,
Woofer, DVD-player, Amplifier, etc.) and turn it on again.
yy Disconnect the power cord of this unit and the connected external
device (TV, Woofer, DVD-player, Amplifier, etc.) and then try
connecting again.
5
Troubleshooting
The angle cannot be changed.
44 Troubleshooting
Network
Issue
Cause & Solution
BD-Live feature does not work.
yy The connected USB storage may not have enough space. Connect
the USB storage with at least 1 GB free space.
yy Ensure that the unit is correctly connected to the local area network
and can access the internet (page 15).
yy Your broadband speed may not fast enough to use the BD-Live
features. Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and increase the
broadband speed is recommended.
yy The [BD-LIVE connection] option in the [Settings] menu is set to
[Prohibited]. Set the option to [Permitted].
5
Streaming video services
are often stopped or “buffer”
during playback.
yy Your broadband service speed may not be fast enough to stream
video services. Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and
increase the broadband speed is recommended.
Cannot connect the player to
the access point or wireless
LAN router.
yy The wireless communication may be interrupted from household
devices that are using radio frequencies. Move the player away from
them.
Access point is not displayed
on the “Access point name” list.
yy The access point or wireless LAN router may not broadcast its SSID.
Set your access point to broadcast its SSID through your computer.
Troubleshooting
yy Your network device such as access point may not set with available
frequency range and channel that this player can support.
Try setting the frequency range and channel on the network device
setting.
Troubleshooting 45
Picture
Issue
Cause & Solution
There is no picture.
yy Select the appropriate video input mode on the TV so the picture
from the unit appears on the TV screen.
yy Connect the video connection securely.
yy Check the [HDMI Color Setting] in the [Settings] menu is set to the
appropriate item that conforms to your video connection.
yy Your TV may not support the resolution you have set on the player.
Change the resolution that your TV accepts.
yy The player’s HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI device that does
not support copyright protection.
Picture noise appears.
yy You are playing a disc recorded in a color system that is different from
your TV.
yy Set the resolution which your TV accepts.
Customer support
You can update the Player using the latest software to enhance the products operation and/or add new
features. To obtain the latest software for this player (if updates have been made), please visit
http://www.lg.com or contact LG Electronics customer care center.
Open source software notice
5
Troubleshooting
To obtain the corresponding source code under GPL, LGPL and other open source licenses, please visit
http://opensource.lge.com. All referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are
available to download with the source code.
46 Appendix
Controlling a TV with
the Supplied Remote
Control
You can control your TV using the buttons below.
You can operate your TV with the supplied remote
control.
If your TV is listed in the table below, set the
appropriate manufacturer code.
1. While holding down 1 (TV POWER) button, and
press the manufacturer code for your TV with
the numerical buttons (see the table below).
Manufacturer
Code Number
LG
1(Default), 2
Zenith
1, 3, 4
GoldStar
1, 2
Samsung
6, 7
By pressing
You can
Sony
8, 9
1 (TV POWER)
Turn the TV on or off.
Hitachi
4
INPUT
Switch the TV’s input source
between the TV and other
input sources.
VOL +/–
Adjust the volume of the TV
,,Note
6
Setting up the remote to
control your TV
Depending on the unit being connected, you
may not be able to control your TV using some
of the buttons.
2. Release the 1 (TV POWER) button to complete
setting.
Depending on your TV, some or all buttons may not
function on the TV, even after entering the correct
manufacturer code. When you replace the battery
of the remote, the code number you have set may
be reset to the default setting. Set the appropriate
code number again.
Appendix
Appendix 47
Network Software
Update
Network update notification
From time to time, performance improvements
and/or additional features or services may be
made available to units that are connected to a
broadband home network. If there is new software
available and the unit is connected to a broadband
home network, the player will inform you about the
update as follows.
Option 1
1. The update menu will appear on the screen
when you turn on the player.
2.Use a/d to select a desired option and then
press ENTER (b).
Software update
You can update the player using the latest software
to enhance the products operation and/or add
new features. You can update the software by
connecting the unit directly to the software update
server.
,,Note
yy Before updating the software in your player,
remove any disc and USB Device from the
player.
yy Before updating the software in your player,
turn the player off and then turn it back on.
yy During the software update procedure,
do not turn off the player or disconnect
AC power, or do not press any button.
yy If you cancel the update, turn off the power
and turn it on for stable performance.
yy This unit cannot be updated to previous
software version.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(page 15).
2. Select [Software] option in the [Settings] menu
then press ENTER (b).
3. Select [Update] option, and press ENTER (b).
Starts the software update.
[Cancel]
Exits the update menu and the
home menu appears.
Option 2
If the software update is available from the update
server, the “Update” icon appears in the Home
menu. Press blue (B) colored button to start the
update procedure.
6
The player will check for the newest update.
,,Note
yy Pressing ENTER (b) while checking for the
update will end the process.
yy If there is no update available, the Message,
“No update is found.” appears. Press ENTER
(b) to return to the [Home Menu].
Appendix
[OK]
48 Appendix
4. If newer version exists, the message “A new
update was found. The update takes a few
minutes. Do you want to update?” appears.
5. Select [OK] to start update. (Selecting [Cancel]
will end the update.)
6. The player starts downloading the newest
update from the server. (Downloading will
takes several minutes depending on your home
network condition)
7. To update software the next time, the software
update procedure has to be started from the
beginning again.
>>Caution
Do not turn off the power during the software
update.
,,Note
If the software includes the driver update, disc
tray may open during the process.
8. When update is completed, the power will be
turned off automatically in a few seconds.
9. Turn the power back on. The system now
operates with the new version.
,,Note
6
Appendix
The Software Update function may not
work properly depending on your internet
environment. In this case, you can obtain
the latest software from the authorized LG
Electronics Service Center then update your
player. Refer to “Customer support” on page
45.
Appendix 49
Additional Information
File requirement
Video files
File
Location
File
Extension
Disc,
USB
“.avi”, “.divx”, “.mpg”,
“.mpeg”, “.mkv”, “.mp4”,
“.asf”, “.wmv”, “.m4v”
(DRM free), “.vob”,
“.3gp”, “.mov”, “.trp”,
“.m2t”, “.mpe”, “.m1v”,
“.m2v”, “.wm”, ”.flv”, “.ts”,
“.dat”
DIVX 3.11, DIVX4,
DIVX5, DIVX6
(standard playback
only), XVID, MPEG1 SS,
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC,
MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS,
VC-1 SM (WMV3)
Dolby Digital,
DTS, MP3,
WMA, AAC,
AC3
SubRip (.srt / .txt), SAMI
(.smi), SubStation Alpha
(.ssa/.txt), MicroDVD
(.sub/.txt), VobSub (.sub),
SubViewer 1.0 (.sub),
SubViewer 2.0 (.sub/.txt),
TMPlayer (.txt), DVD Subtitle
System (.txt)
“.avi”, “.divx”, “.mpg”,
“.mpeg”, “.mkv”, “.mp4”,
“.asf”, “.wmv”, “.m4v”
(DRM free), “.3gp”,
“.mov”, “.mpe”, “.m1v”,
“.m2v”, ”.flv”, “.ts”, “.dat”
DIVX 3.11, DIVX4,
DIVX5, DIVX6
(standard playback
only), XVID, MPEG1 SS,
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC,
MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS,
VC-1 SM (WMV3)
Dolby Digital,
DTS, MP3,
WMA, AAC,
AC3
SubRip (.srt / .txt), SAMI
(.smi), SubStation Alpha
(.ssa/.txt), MicroDVD (.sub/.
txt), SubViewer 1.0 (.sub),
SubViewer 2.0 (.sub/.txt),
TMPlayer (.txt), DVD Subtitle
System (.txt)
DLNA
Audio
Format
Codec Format
Subtitle
Audio files
File
Location
File
Extension
Bitrate
Note
Disc,
USB
“mp3”, “.wma”,
“.wav”, “.m4a”
(DRM free),
“.flac”, “.ogg”,
“.aiff”
within 32 - 48 kHz
(WMA), within 16 - 48
kHz (MP3)
within 32 - 192 kbps
(WMA), within 32 - 320
kbps (MP3)
Some wav files are
not supported on
this player.
DLNA
“mp3”, “.wma”,
“.wav”, “.m4a”
(DRM free),
“.flac”, “.ogg”
within 32 - 48 kHz
(WMA), within 16 - 48
kHz (MP3)
within 32 - 192 kbps
(WMA), within 32 - 320
kbps (MP3)
Some wav files are
not supported on
this player.
Photo files
File
Location
Disc,
USB,
DLNA
File
Extension
“.jpg”, “.jpeg”,
“.png”, “.gif”
Recommended
Size
Note
Less than 4,000 x 3,000 x 24 bit/pixel Progressive and lossless
Less than 3,000 x 3,000 x 32 bit/pixel compression photo image files
are not supported.
6
Appendix
Sampling Frequency
50 Appendix
,,Note
yy The file name is limited to 180 characters.
yy Maximum files/Folder: Less than 2000 (total
number of files and folders)
yy Depending on the size and number of the
files, it may take several minutes to read the
content on the media.
yy This player supports UTF-8 files even it
contains Unicode subtitle content. This
player can not support the pure Unicode
subtitle files.
yy File compatibility may differ depending on
the server.
yy Depending on the types of file or ways of
recording, it may not play back.
yy Because the compatibility on DLNA server
are tested on the DLNA server (SmartShare
PC Software) environment, file requirements
and playback functions may differ
depending on media servers.
yy A disc which was recorded by multi-session
on normal PC is not supported on this
player.
yy The file requirements on page 49 are
not always compatible. There may have
some restrictions by file features and media
server’s ability.
yy If video codec is MPEG2 TS or MPEG2 PS,
subtitle does not play back.
yy Playing video subtitle files are only
available on DLNA media server created by
SmartShare PC Software downloaded from
website.
yy The files from removable media such as USB
drive, DVD-drive etc. on your media server
may not be shared properly.
yy The total playback time of audio file
indicated on the screen may not correct for
VBR files.
6
,,Note
yy A “avi” file which is encoded “WMV 9 codec”
is not supported.
Appendix
yy HD video files contained on the CD/DVD or
USB 1.0/1.1 may not played properly.
Blu-ray Disc or USB 2.0 are recommended to
play back HD video files.
yy To be playback a video file, video file name
and Subtitle file name must be the same.
yy The total playback time of audio file
indicated on the screen may not correct for
VBR files.
yy Video / Audio codec compatibility may
differ depending on video file.
AVCHD (Advanced Video
Codec High Definition)
yy This player can playback AVCHD format discs.
These discs are normally recorded and used in
camcorders.
yy The AVCHD format is a high definition digital
video camera format.
yy This player supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
profile Main, High at Level 4.1. A file with
higher level may not be supported.
yy The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is capable of
compressing images at higher efficiency than
that of the conventional image compressing
format.
yy This player does not support files that are
recorded with GMC*1 or Qpel*2.
yy This player can playback AVCHD discs using
“x.v.Color” format.
*1 GMC – Global Motion Compensation
*2 Qpel – Quarter pixel
yy Some AVCHD format discs may not play
depending on the recording condition.
yy AVCHD format discs need to be finalized.
yy “x.v.Color” offers a wider color range than normal
DVD camcorder discs.
Appendix
51
About DLNA
Compatibility notes
This Player is a DLNA Certified digital media player
that can display and play video, photo and audio
content from your DLNA-compatible digital media
server (PC and Consumer Electronics).
yy Because BD-ROM is a new format, certain disc,
digital connection and other compatibility issues
are possible. If you experience compatibility
problems, please contact an authorized
Customer Service Center.
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a
cross-industry organization of consumer electronics,
computing industry and mobile device companies.
Digital Living provides consumers with easy sharing
of digital media through your home network.
The DLNA certification logo makes it easy
to find products that comply with the DLNA
Interoperability Guidelines. This unit complies with
DLNA Interoperability Guidelines v1.5.
When a PC running DLNA server software or
other DLNA compatible device is connected to
this player, some setting changes of software or
other devices may be required. Please refer to the
operating instructions for the software or device for
more information.
Certain system requirements
For high definition video playback:
yy High definition display that has HDMI input jack.
yy BD-ROM disc with high definition content.
yy HDMI or HDCP capable DVI input on your display
device is required for some content (as specified
by disc authors).
yy This unit allows you to enjoy functions such
as picture-in-picture, secondary audio and
Virtual packages, etc., with BD-ROM supporting
BONUSVIEW (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 1 version
1.1). Secondary video and audio can be played
from a disc compatible with the picture-inpicture function. For the playback method, refer
to the instructions in the disc.
yy Viewing high-definition content and upconverting standard DVD content may require
an HDMI-capable input or HDCP-capable DVI
input on your display device.
yy Some BD-ROM and DVD discs may restrict the
use of some operation commands or features.
yy Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD are
supported with maximum 7.1 channels if you
use HDMI connection for the audio output of the
unit.
yy You can use a USB device to store some disc
related information, including downloaded
online content. The disc you are using will
control how long this information is retained.
For Dolby® Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD
multi-channel audio playback:
6
yy An amplifier/receiver with a built-in (Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS or
DTS-HD) decoder.
Appendix
yy Main, center, surround speakers and subwoofer
as necessary for chosen format.
52 Appendix
Audio Output Specifications
Jack/Setting
Source
HDMI OUT
DTS Re-encode *3
Dolby Digital
PCM 2ch
DTS
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital Plus
PCM 2ch
DTS
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
PCM 2ch
DTS
Dolby TrueHD
DTS
PCM 2ch
DTS
DTS
DTS-HD
PCM 2ch
DTS
DTS-HD
Linear PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
DTS 2ch
Linear PCM 2ch
Linear PCM 5.1ch
PCM 5.1ch
DTS
Linear PCM 5.1ch
Linear PCM 7.1ch
PCM 7.1ch
DTS
Linear PCM 7.1ch
*1 The secondary and interactive audio may not
be included in the output bitstream if [Digital
Output] option is set to [Auto]. (Except LPCM
Codec : the output always include interactive
and secondary audio.)
*2 This player automatically selects the HDMI audio
according to the decoding capability of the
connected HDMI device even though [Digital
Output] option is set to [Auto].
6
Auto *1 *2
PCM
Appendix
*3 If the [Digital Output] option is set to [DTS reencode], the audio output is limited to 48 kHz
and 5.1Ch. If the [Digital Output] option is set
to [DTS re-encode], the DTS Re-encode audio
is outputted for BD-ROM discs, and the original
audio is outputted for the other discs (like
[Auto]).
yy The audio is outputted up to PCM 48 kHz/16 bit
for MP3/WMA file and PCM 44.1kHz/16 bit for
Audio CD during playback.
yy You must select a digital audio output and
a maximum sampling frequency that your
Amplifier (or AV receiver) accepts using [Digital
Output] and [Sampling Freq.] options on the
[Settings] menu (page 22).
yy With digital audio connection (HDMI OUT),
Disc Menu button sounds of BD-ROM may not
be heard if the [Digital Output] option is set to
[Auto].
yy If the audio format of the digital output does
not match the capabilities of your receiver, the
receiver will produce a strong, distorted sound
or no sound at all.
yy Multi-channel Digital Surround Sound via digital
connection can only be obtained if your receiver
is equipped with a Digital Multi-channel decoder.
Appendix 53
Area Code List
Choose an area code from this list.
AreaCode AreaCode AreaCode AreaCode
Afghanistan AF Fiji FJ Monaco MC Singapore SG
Argentina AR Finland FI Mongolia MN Slovak Republic SK
Australia AU France FR Morocco MA Slovenia Austria AT Germany DE Nepal NP South Africa ZA
Belgium BE Great Britain GB Netherlands NL South Korea KR
Bhutan BT Greece GR Antilles AN Spain ES
Bolivia BO Greenland GL New Zealand NZ Sri Lanka LK
Brazil BR Hong Kong HK Nigeria NG Sweden SE
Cambodia KH Hungary HU Norway NO Switzerland CH
Canada CA India IN Oman OM Taiwan TW
Chile CL Indonesia ID Pakistan PK Thailand China CN Israel IL Panama PA Turkey TR
Colombia CO Italy IT Paraguay PY Uganda UG
Congo CG Jamaica JM Philippines PH Ukraine UA
Costa Rica CR Japan JP Poland PL United States US
Croatia HR Kenya KE Portugal PT Uruguay UY
Czech Republic CZ Kuwait KW Romania RO Uzbekistan UZ
Denmark DK Libya Ecuador EC Luxembourg EG Malaysia Vietnam RU Zimbabwe SA
ZW
Egypt LY Russian
LU Federation MY Saudi Arabia El Salvador SV Maldives MV Senegal SN
Ethiopia ET Mexico MX
SI
TH
VN
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54 Appendix
Language Code List
Use this list to input your desired language for the following initial settings: [Disc Audio], [Disc Subtitle] and
[Disc Menu].
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LanguageCode
LanguageCode
LanguageCode
LanguageCode
Afar 6565
French 7082
Lithuanian 7684
Sindhi 8368
Afrikaans 6570
Frisian 7089
Macedonian 7775
Singhalese 8373
Albanian 8381
Galician 7176
Malagasy 7771
Slovak 8375
Amharic 6577
Georgian 7565
Malay 7783
Slovenian 8376
Arabic 6582
German 6869
Malayalam 7776
Spanish 6983
Armenian 7289
Greek 6976
Maori 7773
Sudanese 8385
Assamese 6583
Greenlandic 7576
Marathi 7782
Swahili 8387
Aymara 6588
Guarani 7178
Moldavian 7779
Swedish 8386
Azerbaijani 6590
Gujarati 7185
Mongolian 7778
Tagalog 8476
Bashkir 6665
Hausa 7265
Nauru7865
Tajik 8471
Basque 6985
Hebrew 7387
Nepali 7869
Tamil 8465
Bengali; Bangla 6678
Hindi 7273
Norwegian 7879
Telugu 8469
Bhutani 6890
Hungarian 7285
Oriya 7982
Thai 8472
Bihari 6672
Icelandic 7383
Panjabi 8065
Tonga 8479
Breton 6682
Indonesian 7378
Pashto, Pushto 8083
Turkish 8482
Bulgarian 6671
Interlingua 7365
Persian 7065
Turkmen 8475
Burmese 7789
Irish 7165
Polish 8076
Twi 8487
Byelorussian 6669
Italian 7384
Portuguese 8084
Ukrainian 8575
Chinese 9072
Japanese 7465
Quechua 8185
Urdu 8582
Croatian 7282
Kannada 7578
Rhaeto-Romance 8277
Uzbek 8590
Czech 6783
Kashmiri 7583
Rumanian 8279
Vietnamese 8673
Danish 6865
Kazakh 7575
Russian 8285
Volapük 8679
Dutch 7876
Kirghiz 7589
Samoan 8377
Welsh 6789
English 6978
Korean 7579
Sanskrit 8365
Wolof 8779
Esperanto 6979
Kurdish 7585
Scots Gaelic 7168
Xhosa 8872
Estonian 6984
Laotian 7679
Serbian 8382
Yiddish 7473
Faroese 7079
Latin 7665
Serbo-Croatian 8372
Yoruba 8979
Fiji 7074
Latvian, Lettish 7686
Shona 8378
Zulu 9085
Finnish 7073
Lingala 7678
Appendix 55
Trademarks and
Licenses
Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray™, BD-Live™, BONUSVIEW™
and the logos are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc
Association.
“DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
Java is a trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates.
“x.v.Color” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED® are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks
of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark
of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup Mark is a trademark of
the Wi-Fi Alliance.
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“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are
trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries
and are used under license.
Appendix
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries.
For DTS patents, see http://patents.dts.com.
Manufactured under license from DTS Licensing
Limited. DTS, the Symbol, & DTS and the Symbol
together are registered trademarks, and DTS
2.0+Digital Out is a trademark of DTS, Inc. © DTS,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Cinavia Notice
This product uses Cinavia technology to limit the
use of unauthorized copies of some commerciallyproduced 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.
This product incorporates proprietary technology
under license from Verance Corporation and is
protected by U.S. Patent 7,369,677 and other U.S.
and worldwide patents issued and pending as well
as copyright and trade secret protection for certain
aspects of such technology. Cinavia is a trademark
of Verance Corporation. Copyright 2004-2013
Verance Corporation. All rights reserved by Verance.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Appendix 57
Specifications
General
Power requirements
Refer to main label on the rear panel.
Power consumption
12 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 260 mm x 37.5 mm x 198.5 mm
Net Weight (Approx.)
1 kg
Operating temperature
5 °C - 35 °C
Operating humidity
5 % - 90 %
Outputs
HDMI OUT (video/audio)
19 pin (Type A, HDMI™ Connector)
System
Laser
Semiconductor laser
wavelength
405 nm / 650 nm
Signal system
Standard PAL/NTSC color TV system
Wireless LAN (internal antenna)
IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz band)
Bus Power Supply (USB)
5 V 0 500 mA
yy Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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58 Appendix
Maintenance
Notes on Discs
Handling Discs
Handling the Unit
When shipping the unit
Please save the original shipping carton and
packing materials. If you need to ship the unit, for
maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it was
originally packed at the factory.
Cleaning the unit
To clean the player, use a soft, dry cloth. If the
surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or
thinner, as these might damage the surface of the
unit.
Keeping the exterior surfaces clean
yy Do not use volatile liquids such as insecticide
spray near the unit.
yy Wiping with strong pressure may damage the
surface.
yy Do not leave rubber or plastic products in
contact with the unit for a long period of time.
Maintaining the Unit
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The unit is a high-tech, precision device. If the
optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty
or worn, the picture quality could be diminished.
For details, please contact your nearest authorized
service center.
Do not touch the playback side of the disc. Hold
the disc by the edges so that fingerprints do not
get on the surface. Never stick paper or tape on the
disc.
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its case. Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat
and never leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
sunlight.
Cleaning Discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor
picture quality and sound distortion. Before playing,
clean the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc from
the center to out.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners,
or anti-static spray intended for older vinyl records.
Appendix 59
Important Information
Relating to Network
Services
All information, data, documents, communications,
downloads, files, text, images, photographs,
graphics, videos, webcasts, publications, tools,
resources, software, code, programs, applets,
widgets, applications, products and other content
(“Content”) and all services and offerings (“Services”)
provided or made available by or through any
third party (each a “Service Provider”) is the sole
responsibility of the Service Provider from whom it
originated.
The availability of and access to Content and
Services furnished by the Service Provider through
the LGE Device are subject to change at any time,
without prior notice, including, but not limited to
the suspension, removal or cessation of all or any
part of the Content or Services.
Should you have any inquiry or problem related
to the Content or Services, you may refer to the
Service Provider’s website for the most up-todate information. LGE is neither responsible nor
liable for customer service related to the Content
and Services. Any question or request for service
relating to the Content or Services should be made
directly to the respective Content and Service
Providers.
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Appendix
Please note that LGE is not responsible for any
Content or Services provided by the Service
Provider or any changes to, removal of, or cessation
of such Content or Services and does not warrant
or guaranty the availability of or access to such
Content or Services.
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