LG | HB994PK | LG HB994PK Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
Network Blu-ray DiscTM /
DVD Home Theater System
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
MODEL
HB994PK (HB994PK / SB94PK-L/S/D, W94-P)
P/NO : MFL65220870
CAUTION
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.
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 built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's
instruction has been adhered to.
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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. Visible laser radiation when
open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
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.
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.
Notes on Copyrights
Because AACS (Advanced Access Content
System) is approved as content protection
system for BD 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
contents. 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.
Furthermore, BD-ROM Mark and BD+ are
additionally used as content protection systems
for BD format, which imposes certain restrictions
including playback restrictions for BD-ROM Mark
and/or BD+ protected contents. To obtain
additional information on AACS, BD-ROM Mark,
BD+, or this product, please contact an
authorized Customer Service Center.
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.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technologies that are protected by certain U.S.
patents and other intellectual property rights
owned by Macrovision Corporation and other
rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only, unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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.
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.
Refer to the TV owner’s manual for the details of
SIMPLINK function.
LG TV’s with SIMPLINK function have the logo
as shown above.
Notes:
Depending on the disc type or playing status,
some SIMPLINK operation may differ from your
purpose or not work.
If “SIMPLINK” function does not work, check that
your HDMI cable supports by CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control) for HDMI.
If the sound is output from both the system’s
speakers and TV speaker or not output from both
them during SIMPLINK operation, reset speaker
setting of LG TV’s SIMPLINK menu.
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Licenses
Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,392,195; 7,272,567; 7,333,929;
7,212,872 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a
registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD
Master Audio I Essential are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks
or registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
“BD-LIVE” logo is trademark of Blu-ray Disc association.
“DVD Logo” is trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
“x.v.Colour” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
“Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.
“BONUSVIEW” is trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association.
This product is licensed under the AVC patent portfolio license and VC-1 patent
portfolio license for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to (i)
encode video in compliance with the AVC Standard and VC-1 Standard
(“AVC/VC-1 Video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a
consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was
obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC/VC-1 Video. No license
is granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional information may be
obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See http://www.mpegla.com.
“AVCHD” and the AVCHD logo are trademarks of Panasonic and Sony
Corporation.
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DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIED are trademarks and/or service marks of Digital
Living Network Alliance.
WIFI CERTIFIED 802.11n based on Draft 2.0.
Draft 2.0 refers to the version of the not-yet-ratified IEEE 802.11n standard used
in Wi-Fi Alliance as of June 2007.
The specifications of the 802.11n WLAN (wireless local area network) are draft
specifications and not final. If the final specifications differ from the draft
specification, it may affect the ability of this device to communicate with other
802.11n WLAN devices.
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-9
Enjoying BD-LIVE™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38-39
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Playing a movie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-40
Main Unit (Front View) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Listening to a music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Main Unit (Back View) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Viewing a photo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42-43
Assembling the Rear Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Using My media features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44-47
Positioning the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Playing YouTube videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48-50
Connecting the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Listening to the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Resetting the wireless link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Connections to Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-16
Using HDMI IN jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Resolution Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17
Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Connecting to your Home Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-22
Language Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Network Software Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-24
Area Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Setting the sound mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55-56
Adjust the speaker level settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Using the late night function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Using the mood lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATING TO NETWORK
SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Using USB devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Open source software notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Using DIGITAL AUDIO IN jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Using the Home Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Adjust the Setup settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-32
Play a disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33-36
Displaying disc information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product,
please read this instruction booklet carefully and completely.
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Introduction
Handling the Unit
To ensure proper use of this product, please read this owner’s manual
carefully and retain for future reference.
This manual provides information on the operation and maintenance of
your player. Should the unit require service, contact an authorized service
location.
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.
About the
Symbol Display
“
“ 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.
Symbols Used in this Manual
Note:
Indicates special notes and operating features.
Tip:
Indicates tips and hints for making the task easier.
A section whose title has one of the following symbols are applicable only
to the disc represented by the symbol.
ALL
BD
All discs listed below
BD-ROM disc
DVD
DVD-Video, DVD±R/RW in Video mode or VR
mode and finalized
AVCHD
DVD±R/RW in AVCHD format
ACD
Audio CDs
MOVIE
Movie files contained in the USB/Disc
MOVIE-N
Movie files in the DLNA server
MUSIC
Music files contained in the USB/Disc
MUSIC-N
Music files in the DLNA server
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Keeping the exterior surfaces clean
Do not use volatile liquids such as insecticide spray near the unit.
Wiping with strong pressure may damage the surface.
Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the unit for a long
period of time.
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.
Maintaining the Unit
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.
Notes on Discs
Handling Discs
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 out.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner, commercially
available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older vinyl records.
Playable Discs
Blu-ray Disc
- Discs such as movies that can be purchased or rented
- BD-R/RE discs that contain Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD-VIDEO (12 cm disc)
Discs such as movies that can be purchased or rented
DVD-R (12 cm disc)
- Video mode and finalized only
- Supports the dual layer disc also
- AVCHD format
- DVD-R discs that contain Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD-RW (12 cm disc)
- VR mode, Video mode and finalized only
- AVCHD format
- DVD-RW discs that contain Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD+R (12 cm disc)
- Finalized disc only
- Supports the dual layer disc also
- AVCHD format
- DVD+R discs that contain Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD+RW (12 cm disc)
- Video mode and finalized only
- AVCHD format
- DVD+RW discs that contain Movie, Music or Photo files.
Notes:
Depending on the conditions of the recording equipment or the CDR/RW (or DVD±R/RW) disc itself, some CD-R/RW (or DVD±R/RW) discs
cannot be played on the unit.
Do not attach any seal or label to either side (the labeled side or the
recorded side) of a disc.
Do not use irregularly shaped CDs (e.g., heart-shaped or octagonal).
Doing so may result in malfunctions.
Depending on the recording software & the finalization, some recorded
discs (CD-R/RW or DVD±R/RW) may not be playable.
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.
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.)
This player requires discs and recordings to meet certain technical standards in order to achieve optimal playback quality. 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.
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.
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)
Audio CD (12 cm disc)
Audio CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in audio CD format that can be
purchased
CD-R/CD-RW (12 cm disc)
CD-R/CD-RW discs that contain audio titles, Movie, Music or Photo
files.
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BD-ROM Disc Features
BD-ROM Discs can store 25 GB (single layer) or 50 GB (dual layer) on a
single sided disc - about 5 to 10 times the capacity of a DVD.
BD-ROM Discs also support the highest quality HD video available in the
industry (up to 1920 x 1080) - Large capacity means no compromise on
video quality. Furthermore, a BD-ROM disc has the same familiar size and
look as DVD.
The following BD-ROM disc features are disc dependent and will vary.
Appearance and navigation of features will also vary from disc to disc.
Not all discs will have the features described below.
BD-ROM, Hybrid disc have both BD-ROM and DVD (or CD) layers on one
side. On such discs, BD-ROM layer will be only played back in this player.
Video highlights
The BD-ROM format for movie distribution supports three highly advanced
video codecs, including MPEG-2, MPEG4 AVC (H.264), and SMPTE VC1.
HD video resolutions are also available:
1920 x 1080 HD
1280 x 720 HD
Graphic planes
Two individual, full HD resolution (1920x1080) graphic planes (layers) are
available, on top of the HD video layer. One plane is assigned to videorelated, frame accurate graphics (like subtitles), and the other plane is
assigned to interactive graphic elements, such as buttons or menus.
For both planes, various wipes, fades and scroll effects may be available.
For High-Definition Playback
To view high-definition contents from BD-ROM discs, an HDTV is required.
Some discs may require HDMI OUT for viewing of high-definition contents.
Ability to view high-definition contents in BD-ROM discs may be limited
depending on the resolution of your TV.
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Menu sounds
When you highlight or select a menu option, sounds can be heard such as
button clicks or a voice-over explaining the highlighted menu choice.
Multi-page/PopUp Menus
With DVD-Video, playback is interrupted each time a new menu screen is
accessed. Due to BD-ROM disc’s ability to preload data from the disc without interrupting playback, a menu can consist of several pages.
You can browse through the menu pages or select different menu paths,
while the audio and video remain playing in the background.
Interactivity
Certain BD-ROM Discs may contain animated menus and/or trivia games.
User Browsable Slideshows
With BD-ROM Discs, you can browse through various still pictures while
the audio remains playing.
Subtitles
Depending on what is contained on the BD-ROM disc, you may be able to
select different font styles, sizes and colours for some subtitles. Subtitles
may also be animated, scrolled or faded in and out.
BD-J Interactive Capability
The BD-ROM format supports Java for interactive functions. “BD-J” offers
content providers almost unlimited functionality when creating interactive
BD-ROM titles.
BD-ROM Disc Compatibility
This player supports BD-ROM Profile 2.
• Discs supporting BD-Live (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 2) that allows interactive functions to be used when this unit is connected to the Internet in
addition to the BONUSVIEW function.
• Discs supporting BONUSVIEW (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 1 version
1.1/Final Standard Profile) that allows Virtual packages or Picture-inPicture functions to be used.
Regional Code
Certain System Requirements
This unit has a regional code printed on the rear of the unit. This unit can play
only BD-ROM or DVD discs labeled same as the rear of the unit or “ALL”.
For high definition video playback:
AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition)
• This player can playback AVCHD format discs. These discs are normally
recorded and used in camcorders.
• The AVCHD format is a high definition digital video camera format.
• The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is capable of compressing images at
higher efficiency than that of the conventional image compressing format.
• Some AVCHD discs use the “x.v.Colour” format.
• This player can playback AVCHD discs using “x.v.Colour” format.
• “x.v.Colour” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
• Some AVCHD format discs may not play, depending on the recording
condition.
• AVCHD format discs need to be finalized.
• “x.v.Colour” offers a wider colour range than normal DVD camcorder
discs.
Compatibility Notes
• Because BD-ROM is a new format, certain disc, digital connection and other
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compatibility issues are possible. If you experience compatibility
problems, please contact an authorized Customer Service Center.
Viewing high-definition content and up-converting standard DVD content may
require a HDMI-capable input or HDCP-capable DVI input on your display
device.
Some BD-ROM and DVD discs may restrict the use of some operation
commands or features.
Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES and DTS 96/24 are output as Dolby Digital 5.1 or
DTS 5.1.
You can use the USB device that is used to store some disc related
information, including downloaded on-line content. The disc you are using will
control how long this information is retained.
• High definition display that has HDMI input jacks.
• BD-ROM disc with high definition content.
• HDMI or HDCP capable DVI input on your display device is required for
some content (as specified by disc authors).
• For up-conversion of standard definition DVD, a HDMI or HDCP capable DVI
input on your display device is required for copy protected content.
Important Notice for TV colour system
The colour system of this player differs according to currently playing discs or
video contents (YouTube, etc.).
For example, when the player plays back the disc recorded in the NTSC colour
system, the image is outputted as a NTSC signal.
Only the multi system colour TV can receive all signals outputted from the
player.
Notes:
• If you have a PAL colour system TV, you will see just distorted images when
using discs recorded in NTSC.
• The multi system colour TV changes the colour system automatically
according to input signals. In case that the colour system is not changed
automatically, turn it off and then on to see normal images on screen.
• Even if the disc and video contents (YouTube, etc.) recorded in NTSC colour
system are well displayed on your TV, these may not be recorded correctly
on your recorder.
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Remote control
a POWER: Switches the player ON or OFF.
RETURN (O): Exits the menu or resumes playback.
The resume play function may not work depending on
the BD-ROM disc.
OPEN/CLOSE (Z): Raise and lower the disc tray.
INPUT (RADIO): Changes the input source
(FM, OPTICAL, HDMI IN)
OPTICAL: Changes input source to OPTICAL directly.
a
: Enters or exits the mood lighting mode.
RESOLUTION: Sets the output resolution for HDMI
OUT jack.
0-9 numerical buttons: Select numbered options in a
menu.
b
TUNING (+/-): Tunes in the desired radio station.
ENTER ( ): Acknowledges menu selection.
TITLE/POPUP: Displays the DVD title menu or
BD-ROM’s popup menu, if available.
DISPLAY: Displays or exits the On-Screen Display.
d CLEAR: Removes a number when setting the password.
Coloured (A, B, C, D) buttons: Use to navigate BDROM menus. They are also used for [Movie], [Photo],
[Music] and [YouTube] menu.
- D button: Selects MONO or STEREO in FM mode.
REPEAT: Repeat a desired section.
b PIP*: Switches on/off Secondary Video (Picture-in-picture) (BD-ROM only).
SKIP (. / >): Go to next or previous chapter /
track / file.
SUBTITLE: Selects a subtitle language.
SCAN (m / M): Searches backward or forward.
SEARCH: Skips the playback 15 seconds forward or
backward.
x: Stops playback.
TV Control Buttons: See page 53.
B: Starts playback.
X: Pauses playback.
SPEAKER LEVEL: Sets the sound level of desired speaker.
SOUND EFFECT: Selects a sound mode.
c
MUTE: Press MUTE to mute your unit. You can mute
your unit in order, for example, to answer the telephone.
Remote Control Operation
VOL (+/-): Adjusts speaker volume.
Point the Remote Control at the remote sensor and
press the buttons.
NIGHT (
): Sets the late night function.
c HOME: Displays or exits the [Home Menu].
d
DISC MENU: Accesses the menu on a disc.
Direction buttons (U / u / I / i): Selects an option in
the menu.
AV/INPUT
PRESET (U / u): Selects a preset radio programme.
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* Depending on the disc type or the pre-recorded
contents of the BD-ROM disc, different functions may
be executed or there may be no response when
pressing some buttons (depending on media used).
Remote Control Battery Installation
Remove the battery cover on the rear of the Remote
Control, and insert a R03 (size AAA) battery with
and
matched correctly.
Main Unit (Front View)
a 1/}} Button
Switches the unit ON or OFF.
b USB Port
Connect a USB device.
a
c Disc Slot
Insert a disc here.
b
d FUNCTION (F)
Changes the input source (FM, OPTICAL, HDMI IN) or displays
On-Screen Display.
e VOL (+/-)
Adjusts speaker volume.
500 mA
c
j
f ./>
Go to next or previous file/track/chapter.
Searches backward or forward if you press and hold it.
g x
Stops playback.
h B/X
Starts playback.
Pause playback temporarily,
press again to exit pause mode.
i
h
g
f
e
d
i Z (DISC IN/OUT)
Inserts or ejects a disc from the slot loader.
j Remote Sensor
Point the remote control here.
Precautions in using the touch buttons
• Use the touch buttons with clean and dry hands.
- In a humid environment, wipe out any moisture on the touch buttons
before using.
• Do not press the touch buttons hard to make it work.
- If you apply too much pressure, it can damage the sensor of the touch
buttons.
• Touch the button that you want to work in order to operate the function
correctly.
• Be careful not to have any conductive material such as metallic object
on the touch buttons. It can cause malfunctions.
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Main Unit (Back View)
a FM ANTENNA Connector
Connect the FM antenna.
Install it in a place where you have good FM
reception.
b HDMI IN (Type A)
Connect to an external source with HDMI outputs.
c HDMI OUT (Type A)
Connect to TV with HDMI inputs. (Interface for digital audio and video)
b
d OPTICAL IN
Connect to digital (optical) audio equipment.
c
d
e
e LAN port
Connect a network with an always-on broadband connection.
f AC IN Connector
Connect the supplied power cord.
a
f
Bottom of the floor base
Take up the slack in the cords by pulling from the
bottom of the floor base and secure them by running
through the cord retainer.
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Assembling the Rear Speakers
Positioning the System
Before connecting the rear speakers, assemble the rear speakers.
The following illustration shows an example of positioning the system.
Note that the illustrations in these instructions differ from the actual unit for
explanation purposes.
For the best possible surround sound, all the speakers other than the
subwoofer should be placed at the same distance from the listening
position (A).
To prevent injury, install the speakers in a horizontal position only, as the
speaker may fall down.
a
b
Fix the post to the rear speaker by rotating the post.
Fix the rear speaker to the floor base by rotating the post.
A Wireless front left speaker/ B Wireless front right speaker:
Place the front speakers to the sides of the monitor or screen and as
flush with the screen surface as possible.
C Rear left speaker/ D Rear right speaker:
Place these speakers behind your listening position, facing slightly
inwards. Connect the wireless receiver E and the rear speaker (right,
left) with the speaker cables.
F Wireless Subwoofer: The position of the subwoofer is not so critical,
because low bass sounds are not highly directional. But it is better to
place the subwoofer near the front speakers. Turn it slightly toward the
center of the room to reduce the wall reflections.
B
A
c
F
Connect the connector cable between the rear speaker and the
floor base.
A
F
A
A
A
C
D
E
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Connecting the System
Resetting the wireless link
a
Connect the rear speakers to the wireless receiver with the
speaker cables.
If an interference occurs or you replace any part of the system, the
wireless link should be set again.
Connect the black end of each wire to the terminal marked - (minus)
and the other end to the terminal marked + (plus).
a
Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet on the wireless
front left speaker, the wireless subwoofer, and the wireless
receiver.
1) Connect the AC power cords to the AC~ connector on the back of
the wireless front left and right speakers.
Connect the other end to a wall outlet.
b
Press and hold the x button on the wireless front right speaker
and the MUTE button on the remote control simultaneously.
• The unit will display “REMATE”.
2) Connect the AC power cord to the AC connector on the bottom of
the wireless subwoofer.
Connect the other end to a wall outlet.
c
Reconnect the power cord to the wall outlet on the wireless front
left speaker, the wireless subwoofer, and the wireless receiver.
3) Connect the AC power cord of the wireless receiver to a wall
outlet.
Be careful of the following
b
c
Connect the AC power cords.
Press 1 (or 1/}})
• After the wireless light is flashing blue about a few seconds, the
system will automatically establish a wireless link.
• When the wireless link is established, the wireless light of the
wireless front left speaker is off and the wireless lights of the
wireless subwoofer and the wireless receiver are solidly on blue.
• When the system is turned off, the wireless lights will turn red.
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• If there is a strong electromagnetic wave product nearby, interference
may occur. Put the system away from there.
(Ex: Microwave oven)
• Be careful to make sure children do not put their hands or any objects
into the *speaker duct.
*Speaker duct: A hole to allow for plentiful bass sound on speaker
cabinet (enclosure).
• Set the distance of each system within 10m.
• Be sure to match the speaker cable to the appropriate terminal on the
components: + to + and – to –. If the cables are reversed, the sound will
be distorted and will lack bass.
• The speakers contain magnet parts, so color irregularity may occur on
the TV screen or PC monitor screen. Please use the speakers away
from the TV screen or PC monitor screen.
Connections to Your TV
Set the TV’s source to HDMI (refer to TV’s Owner’s manual).
Notes:
Tip:
Please refer to the manuals of your TV or other devices as necessary to
make the best connections.
Cautions:
• Make sure the player is connected directly to the TV. Tune the TV to the
correct video input channel.
• Do not connect your player via your VCR. The image could be distorted
by the copy protection system.
• You must select a HDMI audio output that your TV accepts using
[HDMI Audio] options on the [Setup] menu (see page 30).
• If a connected HDMI device does not accept the audio output of the unit,
the HDMI device’s audio sound may be distorted or may not output.
Tips:
• You can fully enjoy digital audio and video signals together with this
HDMI connection.
• When you use HDMI connection, you can change the resolution for the
HDMI output. (Refer to “Resolution Setting” on page 16-17.)
HDMI Connection
If you have a HDMI TV or monitor, you can connect it to this player using a
HDMI cable.
Connect the HDMI OUT jack on the player to the HDMI IN jack on a HDMI
compatible TV or monitor.
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• Select the type of video output from the HDMI OUT jack using
[HDMI Color Setting] option on the [Setup] menu (see page 28).
Cautions:
• 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.
• When the HDMI connection with HDCP is not verified, TV screen is
changed to black or green screen or the snow noise may occur on the
screen. In this case, check the the HDMI connection, or disconnect the
HDMI cable.
• If there is noise or lines on the screen, please check the HDMI cable
(length is generally limited to 4.5 m) and use a High Speed HDMI cable
(Version 1.3).
TV
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Additional Information for HDMI
Resolution Setting
• When you connect a 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.
- The connected device is compatible with 720x576p, 1280x720p,
1920x1080i or 1920x1080p video input.
The player provides several output resolutions for HDMI OUT jack.
You can change the resolution using [Setup] menu or pressing the
RESOLUTION button in [Home Menu] and [Setup] Menu.
• Not all HDCP-compatible HDMI or DVI devices will work with this player.
- The picture will not be displayed properly with non-HDCP device.
- This player does not playback and TV screen is changed to black or
green screen or the snow noise may occur on the screen.
Note:
Since several factors affect the resolution of video output, see “Available
resolution according to the resolution setting” on page 17.
How to change the resolution using RESOLUTION
button
Press RESOLUTION repeatedly in [Home Menu] and [Setup] Menu to
change the resolution. The display window will show you the current
resolution.
How to change the resolution using the [Setup] menu
1 Press HOME and the [Home Menu] appears.
2 Select the [Setup] and press ENTER. The [Setup] menu appears.
3 Use U/u to select [DISPLAY] option then press i to move to the
second level.
4 Use U/u to select the [Resolution] option then press i to move to the
third level.
5 Use U/u to select the desired resolution then press ENTER to confirm
your selection.
Note:
If the video signal from the HDMI OUT jack is not output from the TV
screen when [Resolution] is set to [Auto], change the video output
resolution by pressing RESOLUTION button.
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Available resolution according to the resolution setting
HDMI OUT connection
• For the 576i resolution setting, real output resolution of HDMI OUT will
change to 576p.
Video Output
HDMI OUT
Resolution Setting
576i
576p
576p
576p
720p
720p
1080i
1080i
1080p / 24Hz
1080p / 24Hz
1080p / 50Hz
1080p / 50Hz
• 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].
• 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.
• 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.
Note:
Depending on your display, some of the resolution settings may result in
the picture disappearing or an abnormal picture appearing. In this case,
press HOME then RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appear.
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Connecting to your Home Network
Router/Modem
This player can be connected to a local area network (LAN) via the LAN
port on the rear panel or the internal wireless module.
By connecting the unit to a broadband home network, you have access to
services such as software updates, My Media, BD-Live interactivity and
streaming services.
Broadband
service
Wired network connection
Using a wired network provides the best performance, because the
attached devices connect directly to the network and are not subject to
radio frequency interference.
Please refer to the documentation for your network device for further
instructions.
Connect the player’s LAN port to the corresponding port on your Modem or
Router using a commercially available LAN or Ethernet cable (CAT5 or
better with RJ45 connector).
In the example configuration for wired connection below, this player would
be able to access content from either of the PCs.
PC
PC
LAN cable
Notes:
• When plugging or unplugging the LAN cable, hold the plug portion of the
cable. When unplugging, do not pull on the LAN cable but unplug while
pressing down on the lock.
• Do not connect a modular phone cable to the LAN port.
• Since there are various connection configurations, please follow the
specifications of your telecommunication carrier or internet service
provider.
• If you want to access content from PCs or DLNA servers, this player
must be connected to the same local area network with them via a
router.
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Note:
Wired Network Setup
If there is a DHCP server on the local area network (LAN) via wired
connection, this player will automatically be allocated an IP address.
After making the physical connection, a small number of home networks
may require the player's network setting to be adjusted. Adjust the
[NETWORK] setting as follows.
Preparation
Before setting the wired network, you need to connect the broadband
internet to your home network.
1.
Select the [Connection Setting]
option in the [Setup] menu then
press i or ENTER.
2.
The [Connection Setting] menu
appear on the screen.
Use U/u to select [Wired] and
press ENTER.
3.
Use U/u/I/i to select the IP mode
between [Dynamic] and [Static].
Normally, select [Dynamic] to
allocate an IP address
automatically.
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you want to set the IP
address manually, select [Static] then set the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask],
[Gateway] and [DNS Server] using U/u/I/i and numerical buttons. If you
make a mistake while entering a number, press CLEAR to clear the
highlighted part.
4. Select [OK] and press ENTER to apply network settings.
5. The player will ask you to test the network connection. Select [OK]
and press ENTER to complete the network connection.
6.
If you select [Test] and press
ENTER at step 5 above, the
network connection status is
displayed on the screen.
You can also test it on the
[Connection Status] in the [Setup]
menu.
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Wireless network connection
Wireless network setup
Another connection option is to use an Access Points or an wireless router.
In the example configuration for wireless connection below, this player
would be able to access content from either of the PCs.
For the wireless network connection, the player needs to be set up for
network communication. This adjustment can be done from the [Setup]
menu. Adjust the [NETWORK] setting as follows.
Setting up the access point or the wireless router is required before
connecting the player to the network.
The network configuration and connection method may vary depending on
the equipment in use and the network environment.
This player is equipped with an IEEE 802.11n wireless module, which also
supports the 802.11b/g standards. For the best wireless performance, we
recommend using a IEEE 802.11n certified Wi-Fi network (access point or
wireless router).
Refer to the setup instructions supplied with your access point or wireless
router for detailed connection steps and network settings.
Preparation
Before setting the wireless network, you need to:
- 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 the [Connection Setting]
option in the [Setup] menu then
press i or ENTER.
2.
The [Connection Setting] menu
appear on the screen. Use U/u to
select [Wireless] and press
ENTER.
3.
Selects [OK] and press ENTER to
continue. The new connection
settings resets the current network
settings.
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Wireless
Communication
PC
Access Point or Wireless Router
WAN
Broadband service
Note:
For best performance, a direct wired connection from this player to your
home network’s router or cable/DSL modem is always the best option.
If the player is far away from your router or cable/DSL modem, Ethernet or
LAN cables are available at many stores in lengths of 50 feet and longer.
If you do chose to use the wireless option, note that performance can
sometimes be affected by other electronic devices in the home.
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4.
The player scans the all available
access points or wireless routers
within range and display them as
a list. Use U/u to select an
access point or wireless router on
the list, and then press ENTER.
If you have security on your access point or wireless router, verify that the
WEP or WPA key that was entered into the player matches the router’s
information exactly. You need to input the security code as necessary.
Notes:
• WEP security mode generally have 4 keys available on an access point
or wireless router’s 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.
• An Access Point is a device that allows you to connect to your home
network wirelessly.
5. Use U/u/I/i 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 U/u/I/i and numerical buttons.
If you make a mistake while entering a number, press CLEAR to clear the
highlighted part.
6. Select [OK] and press ENTER to apply network settings.
7. The player will ask you to test the network connection. Select [OK]
and press ENTER to complete the network connection.
8. If you select [Test] and press ENTER at step 7 above, the network
connection status is displayed on the screen.
You can also test it on the [Connection Status] in the [Setup] menu.
[Push Button] – If your access point or wireless router that
supports Push Button Configuration method, select this option and press
the Push Button on your access point or wireless router within 120
counts. You do not need to know the access point name (SSID) and
security code of your access point or wireless router.
[Manual] – Your access point may not be broadcasting its access point
name(SSID). Check your router settings through your computer and
either set your router to broadcast SSID, or manually enter the access
point name(SSID) in [Manual].
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Notes on Network Connection
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• Some internet contents may require a higher bandwidth connection.
• Even if the player is properly connected and configured, some internet
contents may not operate properly because of internet congestion, the
quality or bandwidth of your internet service, or problems at the provider
of the content.
• Some internet connection operations may not be possible due to certain
restrictions set by the Internet service provider (ISP) supplying your
broadband Internet connection.
• Any fees charged by an ISP including, without limitation, connection
charges are your responsibility.
• A 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is required for wired connection
to this player. If your internet service does not allow for such a
connection, you will not be able to connect the player.
• You must use a Router to use xDSL service.
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• 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.)
• 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.
• The wireless network operate at 2.4GHz 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.
• Turn off all unused network equipment in your local home network.
Some devices may generate network traffic.
• For the purpose of the better transmission, place the player as close as
possible to the access point.
• In some instances, placing the access point or wireless router at least
0.45 m above the floor may improve the reception.
• Move closer to the access point if possible or re-orient the player so
there is nothing between it and the access point.
• 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.
• Set your access point or wireless router to Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc
mode is not supported.
Network Software Update
Software Update
Network update notification
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.
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 I/i to select a desired
option and then press ENTER.
Cautions:
• Before updating the software in your player, remove any disc and USB
Device from the player.
• Before updating the software in your player, turn the player off and then
turn it back on.
• During the software update procedure, do not turn off the player or
disconnect AC power, or do not press any button.
• If you cancel the update, turn off the power and turn it on for stable
performance.
• This unit cannot be updated to previous software version.
1. Check the network connection and settings (page 18-22).
2. Select [Software Update] option in the [Setup] menu then press i or
ENTER.
[OK] - Starts the software update.
[Cancel] - Exits the update menu and displays it next booting.
[Hide] - Exits the update menu and it does not appear until next
software is uploaded in the update server.
Option 2:
If the software update is available from the update server, the “Software
Update” icon appears at the bottom of the Home menu. Press blue (D)
coloured button to start the update procedure.
The player will check for the newest update.
Notes:
• Pressing ENTER while checking for the update will end the process.
• If there is no update available, the Message, “No update is found.”
appears. Press ENTER to return to the [Home Menu].
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If newer version exists, the
message “A new update was
found. Do you want to download
it?” appears.
3.
4. Select OK to download the update. (Selecting [Cancel] will end the
update.)
5. The player starts downloading the newest update from the server.
(Downloading will takes several minutes depending on your home
network condition)
6. When downloading is completed, the message, “Download is
complete. Do you want to update?” appears.
7. Select OK to start updating.
(Selecting [Cancel] will end the update and downloaded file will not be
re-usable. 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 message, “Update is complete.” will
appear, and the power will turn off automatically after 5 seconds.
9. Turn the power back on. The system now operates with the new
version.
Note:
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 Centre then update your player.
Refer to “Customer Support” on page 53.
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Setting the sound mode
Adjust the speaker level settings
You can select a suitable sound mode. Press SOUND EFFECT repeatedly
until the desired mode appears on the front panel display or the TV screen.
The setting of the sound mode is not available when [HDMI Audio] is set to
[On] (see page 30).
[Natural] mode: You can enjoy comfortable and natural sound.
You can adjust the sound level of each speaker.
Press SPEAKER LEVEL repeatedly to select a desired speaker to set.
Press VOL (+/-) to adjust the sound level of the selected speaker while the
level setting menu is displayed on the front panel display or the TV screen.
Repeat and adjust the sound level of the other speakers.
[Bypass] mode: Software with multichannel surround audio signals
are played according to the way it was recorded.
Using the late night function
[Bass Booster] mode: Reinforce the bass sound effect from front left
and right speaker and subwoofer.
[News] mode: This mode makes voice sound clear, improving the
quality of voice sound.
[Drama] mode: You can enjoy more dynamic sound with improved
center channel while watching a television drama.
[Sports] mode: This mode produces dynamic sound expansion for the
sports program.
[Game] mode: You can enjoy more virtual sound while playing video
games.
You can compress the dynamic range of the sound track.
Press NIGHT repeatedly.
This may be useful when you want to watch movies at low volumes late at
night.
[NIGHT OFF]: Late night function off.
[NIGHT ON]: Reduction in dynamic range.
Notes:
• The late night function may be less effective or even have no effect
depending on the source.
[Concert] mode: Creates the sound of concert hall.
• While the late night mode is on, the lighting of the touch buttons and the
level meter are turned off.
[Music ReTouch] mode: When listening to MP3 files or other
compressed music, you can enhance the sound. This mode is
available only to 2 channel sources.
Using the mood lighting
You can set the mood lighting mode by pressing
button.
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Notes:
Using USB devices
This unit can play the movie, music and photo
files contained in the USB device.
ON REMOTE
• This player supports USB flash memory/external HDD formatted in
FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS when accessing files (music, photo, movie).
However, for BD-LIVE, only FAT16 and FAT32 formats are supported.
Use the USB flash memory/external HDD formatted in either FAT16 or
FAT32 when using BD-LIVE.
1. Connect a USB device:
–
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Select a main option:
[Movie], [Photo] or [Music] option
U u I i, ENTER
• The USB device can be used for the local storage for enjoying
BD-Live discs with Internet.
4 Select the [USB] option:
Ii
• This unit can support up to 4 partitions of the USB device.
5 Displays corresponding menu list:
[MOVIE], [PHOTO] or [MUSIC] menu appears.
Details for the menu are on pages 39-43.
ENTER
• Do not extract the USB device during operation (play, etc.).
• A USB device which requires additional program installation when you
have connected it to a computer is not supported.
Tip:
• USB device: USB device that support USB1.1 and USB2.0.
If you select the [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] option when the USB device
is connected and a disc is inserted simultaneously, the menu for
selecting a media will appear. Select a media then press ENTER.
• Movie files, Music files and photo files can be played. For details of
operations on each file, refer to relevant pages.
• Regular back up is recommended to prevent data loss.
• If you use a USB extension cable or USB HUB, the USB device may not
be recognized.
For example:
• Some USB devices may not work with this unit.
• Digital camera and mobile phone are not supported.
• USB Port of the unit cannot be connected to PC. The unit cannot be
used as a storage device.
Inserting/Removing the USB device
Inserting the USB device – Insert straight-in until it fits into place.
Removing the USB device – Withdraw the USB device or cable
carefully.
500 mA
USB External HDD
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USB Flash Drive
Using the Home Menu
Adjust the Setup settings
ON REMOTE
ON REMOTE
1 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
1 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
2 Select an option:
UuIi
2 Select the [Setup] option:
U u I i, ENTER
3 Displays the selected option menu:
ENTER
3 Select a desired option on the first level:
Uu
4 Exit the [Home Menu]:
HOME
4 Move to second level:
i
5 Select a desired option on the second level:
Uu
6 Move to third level:
i
7 Adjust or confirm the setting:
Some items require additional steps.
U u, ENTER
8 Go back to the previous level:
I
9 Exit the [Setup] menu:
HOME or RETURN
[Movie] – Start video media’s playback or displays the [MOVIE] menu.
[Photo] – Displays [PHOTO] menu. (page 42-43)
[Music] – Displays [MUSIC ]menu. (page 41)
[My Media] – Display and play the shared contents from the selected
server. (pages 44-47)
[YouTube] – Watch YouTube videos streamed from the YouTube server via
the internet to your TV. (page 48-50)
[Setup] – Displays the [Setup] menu. (page 27-32)
Note:
The unit will be in stop mode then the [Home Menu] will appear if you
press HOME during playback.
First level
Second level
Third level
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[DISPLAY] Menu
Resolution
Sets the output resolution of the HDMI video signal.
Refer to “Resolution Setting” on page 16-17 for details about the
resolution.
[Auto] – If the HDMI OUT jack is connected for TVs providing display
information (EDID), automatically selects the resolution best suited to
the connected TV.
[1080p] – Outputs 1080 lines of progressive video (only for HDMI
connection).
[1080i] – Outputs 1080 lines of interlaced video.
TV Aspect Ratio
[4:3 Letter Box] – Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays theatrical images with masking bars above and below the
picture.
[4:3 Pan Scan] – 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.
[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.
[720p] – Outputs 720 lines of progressive video.
[576p] – Outputs 576 lines progressive video.
[576i] – Outputs 576 lines of interlaced video.
1080p Display Mode
When the resolution is set to 1080p, select [24 Hz] for smooth presentation
of film material (1080/24p) with a HDMI-equipped display compatible with
1080/24p input.
Notes:
• 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].
• Even when [1080p Display Mode] is set to [24 Hz], if your TV is not
compatible with 1080/24p, the actual frame frequency of the video
output will be 50 Hz or 60 Hz to match the video source format.
HDMI Color Setting
Select the type of output from the HDMI OUT jack. For this setting, please
refer to the manuals of your display device.
[YCbCr] – Select when connecting to a HDMI display device.
[RGB] – Select when connecting to a DVI display device.
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[LANGUAGE] Menu
[AUDIO] Menu
Display Menu
Speaker Setup
Select a language for the [Setup] menu and on-screen display.
To obtain the best possible sound, use the Speaker Setup display to
specify the volume of the speakers you have connected and their distance
from your listening position. Use the Test to adjust the volume of the
speakers to the same level.
Disc Menu / Disc Audio / Disc Subtitle
Select the language you prefer for the audio track (disc audio), subtitles,
and the disc menu.
[Speaker] – Select a speaker that you want to adjust.
[Original] – Refers to the original language in which the disc was
recorded.
[Volume] – Adjust the output level of each speaker.
Be sure to set “Test” to “All” for easy adjustment.
[Other] – Press ENTER to select another language. Use number
buttons then ENTER to enter the corresponding 4-digit number
according to the language code list on page 54.
[Distance] – Adjust the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
[Off] (for Disc Subtitle) – Turn off Subtitle.
Note:
Depending on the disc, your language setting may not work for some
discs.
[Test] – The speakers will emit a test tone.
All: The test tone is emitted from each speaker in sequence.
To save your settings, press ENTER and select [Yes] by pressing I / i.
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HD AV Sync
[LOCK] Menu (Parental Control)
Sometimes Digital TV encounters a delay between picture and sound. If this
happens you can compensate by setting a delay on the sound so that it
effectively ‘waits’ for the picture to arrive: this is called HD AV Sync.
Use U/u to scroll up and down through the delay amount, which you can set
at anything between 0 and 300m sec.
The delay will vary depending on which digital TV channel you are on. If you
change channel you may need to readjust the HD AV Sync.
The [LOCK] settings affect only BD and DVD playback.
HDMI Audio
You can set TV speaker output for the audio signal from the HDMI OUT jack.
[Off] – Audio signals are output to the system speakers only.
[On] – Audio signals are output from the TV’s speaker and the
system’s front left and right speaker and subwoofer.
Note:
When [HDMI Audio] is set to [On], the sound mode is switched to
[BYPASS] automatically.
To access 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 and press ENTER. Enter it again and press ENTER to
verify.
Password
You can create, change or delete the password.
[New] – Enter a 4-digit password and press ENTER. Enter it again and
press ENTER to create a new password.
[Change] – Enter the current password and press ENTER.
Enter a 4-digit password and press ENTER. Enter it again and press
ENTER to create a new password.
[Delete] – Enter the 4-digit password and press ENTER to delete the
password.
Tip:
If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER, press CLEAR. Then input
the correct 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 Select [Password] option in the [Setup] menu.
3 Use Number buttons to enter “210499”. The password is cleared.
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DVD Rating
[NETWORK] Menu
Blocks playback of rated disc based on their content. (Not all discs are
rated.)
The [NETWORK] settings are needed to use the software update, BD Live,
My Media and YouTube features.
[Rating 1-8] – Rating one (1) has the most restrictions and rating eight
(8) is the least restrictive.
[Unlock] – If you select unlock, parental control is not active and the
disc plays in full.
BD 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 [BD rating] will be applied only for the BD 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 54.
Connection Setting
If you have connected this player to a local area network (LAN), the player
needs to be set up for network communication. (See “Connecting to your
Home Network” on pages 18-22.)
Connection Status
If you want to check the network status on this player, select the
[Connection Status] options and press i or ENTER to check whether a
connection to the network and the internet have been established.
BD-LIVE connection
You can restrict Internet access when BD-Live functions are used.
[Permitted] – Internet access is permitted for all BD-Live contents.
[Partially permitted] – Internet access is permitted only for BD-Live
contents which have content owner certificates. Internet access and
AACS Online functions are prohibited for all BD-Live contents without
a certificate.
[Prohibited] – Internet access is prohibited for all BD-Live contents.
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[OTHERS] Menu
DivX VOD
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc.
This is an official DivX Certified device that plays DivX video.
Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your
files into DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX® Certified device must be
registered in order to play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) content.
To generate the registration code, locate the [DivX VOD] section in the
[Setup] menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this code to complete the
registration process and learn more about DivX VOD.
Skin
Changes the background of the initial screen.
Initialize
You can reset the player to its original factory settings, initialize the BD
storage or deactivate the player.
[Factory Set] – If you need to, you can reset the player to all its factory settings. Some options cannot be reset. (Rating, Password and Area
Code, etc.)
[BD Storage Clear] – Initializes the BD contents from the connected
USB device.
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[DivX Reg. Code] – Displays the registration code of your player.
[Deactivate] – Deactivate your player and display the deactivation
code.
Note:
All the downloaded videos from DivX® VOD can only be played back on
this unit.
Software Update
You can update the software by connecting the unit directly to the software
update server (see page 23-24).
Disclaimer Notice
Press ENTER or i to view the notice of Network Service Disclaimer on
page 58.
Resume playback ALL
Play a disc
ON REMOTE
1 Raise the disc tray.
Z)
OPEN/CLOSE (Z
2 Insert a disc:
Load a disc with the label facing you.
-
3 Lower the disc tray:
Z)
OPEN/CLOSE (Z
4 Adjust the disc menu settings:
A disc menu may not appear on the screen
depending on the disc.
U u I i, ENTER
5 Starts playback:
B
6 Stops playback:
x
Notes:
•
•
Notes:
• The resume point may be cleared when a button is pressed
(for example; POWER, OPEN/CLOSE, etc).
• On BD-Video discs including BD-J, the resume play function does not
work.
• On BD-ROM interactive title, the unit will be in Complete Stop mode if
you press x once during playback.
Skip to the next/previous chapter/track/file ALL
When you turn on the player or replace a disc, the player returns to the
initial default setting. Depending on the disc, a specific type of audio
that the disc has is output.
Depending on the pre-recorded contents of the BD-ROM, some
functions may not be available or may be operated differently than
other media.
If a disc menu screen is displayed
BD
During playback, press x to stop playback.
The unit records the stopped point, depending on the disc. “Xx” appears
on the screen briefly. Press B to resume playback (from the scene point).
If you press x again or unload the disc (“x” appears on the screen.), the
unit will clear the stopped point. (Xx = Resume Stop,
x = Complete Stop)
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
During playback, press . or > to go to the next chapter/track/file or
to return to the beginning of the current chapter/track/file.
Press . twice briefly to step back to the previous chapter/track/file.
Note:
When you are playing a content in the [My Media] menu, there may be
many types of contents in the current folder together. In this case, press
. or > to go to the previous or next content with same type.
The menu screen may be displayed first after loading a disc which contains
a menu.
Use U/u/I/i buttons to select the title/chapter you want to view, then
press ENTER to start playback.
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Fast forward or fast reverse ALL
BDs/DVDs
A-B: Selected portion will be repeated continually.
Press SCAN (m or M) to play fast forward or fast reverse during
playback.
You can change the various playback speeds by pressing SCAN (m or
M) repeatedly. Press B to continue play at normal speed.
To return to normal playback, press REPEAT repeatedly to select [Off].
Notes:
Audio CDs/Music files
•
•
Chapter - The current chapter will be played back repeatedly.
Title - The current title will be played back repeatedly.
Track – The current track or file will be played back repeatedly.
All – All the tracks or files will be played back repeatedly.
– The tracks or files will be played back in random order.
This funciton may not work on some disc or titles.
Some music files on the [My media] menu may not operate this
function.
All – All the tracks or files will be played back repeatedly in
random order.
Pause a playback ALL
During playback, press X to pause playback. Press B to continue playback.
Tip: During Audio CD or MP3/WMA playback, press X once again to
resume playback.
Frame-by-Frame playback
BD
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
– Selected portion will be repeated continually. (Audio CD only)
To return to normal playback, press CLEAR.
Notes:
• If you press > once during Repeat Chapter/ Track playback, the
repeat playback cancels.
• This function may not work on some disc or title.
Press X repeatedly to play Frame-by-Frame playback.
Repeating a specific portion
Slow down the playing speed
BD
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
BD
MOVIE-N
DVD
AVCHD
ACD
This player can repeat a portion you have selected.
While the playback is paused, press SCAN M repeatedly to play in slow
motion (4 steps, forward only).
1. During playback, press REPEAT to select [A-] at the beginning of the
Playing repeatedly
2. Press ENTER at the end of the portion.
BD
DVD
AVCHD
ACD
MUSIC
MUSIC-N
During playback, press REPEAT repeatedly to select a desired repeat
mode.
portion you wish to repeat.
Your selected portion will be repeated continually.
3. To return to normal playback, press REPEAT repeatedly to select
[Off].
Notes:
• You cannot select a portion less than 3 seconds.
• This function may not work on some disc or title.
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Selecting a subtitle language
BD
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
Using the search menu
BD
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE
MOVIE-N
During playback, press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select a desired subtitle
language.
OR
During playback, press DISPLAY to display the playback menu.
Use U u to select the [Subtitle] option then use I i to select desired
subtitle language.
During playback, press SEARCH to display the search menu.
Press I i to skip the playback 15 seconds forward or backward.
Note:
Some discs allow you to change subtitle selections only via the disc menu.
If this is the case, press TITLE/POPUP or DISC MENU button and choose
the appropriate subtitle from the selections on the disc menu.
Tip:
You can select a point that you want to skip by pressing and holding I i
button.
Notes:
• This function may not work on some disc or titles.
• This function may not work on some [My media] content depending on
the file type and ability of the DLNA server.
Hearing a different audio
BD
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
During playback, press DISPLAY to display the playback menu.
Use U u to select the [Audio] option then use I i to select desired
audio language or audio track.
Notes:
• Some discs allow you to change audio selections only via the disc
menu. If this is the case, press TITLE/POPUP or DISC MENU button
and choose the appropriate audio from the selections on the disc menu.
• Immediately after you have switched sound, there may be a temporary
discrepancy between the display and actual sound.
• On BD-ROM disc, the multi audio format (5.1CH or 7.1CH) is displayed
with [MultiCH] in the on-screen display.
Using coloured (A, B, C, D) Buttons
BD
These buttons are available only during BD-J contents playback. Use the
appropriate buttons as indicated by the display. Depending on the disc
contents, the functions of each button may differ.
Viewing the Title menu or Popup menu
BD
DVD
Press TITLE/POPUP to display the title menu or popup menu.
If the current DVD or BD-ROM disc has a menu, the Title menu or Popup
menu appears on the screen. Depending on the disc, the menu may not be
available.
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Last Scene Memory
BD
DVD
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.
Changing content list view
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
ACD
MUSIC MUSIC-N
On the [Movie], [Music], [Photo] and [My Media] menu, you can change the
content list view by pressing DISPLAY repeatedly.
Notes:
• Settings are stored in memory for use any time.
• This unit does not memorize settings of a disc if you switch off the unit
before commencing to play it.
• Last Scene Memory function for a previous disc is erased once a
different disc is played.
• This function may not work depending on the disc.
third push
Screen Saver
The screen saver appears when you leave the player in Stop mode for
about five minutes.
Note:
Depending on the unit status, the screen saver may not appear.
first push
second push
Note:
The equalizer will disappear when you change the music contents list view.
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Moving to another title/chapter
Displaying disc information
BD
ON REMOTE
1 Play the disc loaded on the unit:
B
2 Displays the playback menu:
DISPLAY
3 Select an item:
Uu
4 Adjust the playback menu settings:
Ii
5 Exit the disc playback menu:
DISPLAY
b
c
d
e
f
a
b
c
d
e
f
Title – Current title number/total number of titles.
Chapter – Current chapter number/total number of chapters.
Time – Elapsed playing time.
Audio – Selected audio language or channel.
Subtitle – Selected subtitle.
Angle – Selected angle/total number of angles.
Notes:
• If no button is pressed for a few seconds, the on-screen display
disappears.
• A title number cannot be selected on some discs.
• An item may not be available on some discs or titles.
• If BD interactive title is playing back, some setting information is
displayed on the screen but prohibited to be changed.
AVCHD
MOVIE
Playing from selected time
BD
a
DVD
When a disc has more than one title/chapter, you can move to
another title/chapter/track.
Press DISPLAY during playback then use U/u to select the [Title/Chapter]
icon. Then, press the appropriate numbered button
(0-9) or I/i to select a title/chapter number.
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
Press DISPLAY during playback. The time search box shows the elapsed
playing time. Select the [Time] option and then input the required start time
in hours, minutes, and seconds from left to right. For example, to find a
scene at 2 hours, 10 minutes, and 20 seconds, enter “21020” and press
ENTER. If you enter the wrong numbers, press CLEAR and enter the
correct numbers.
Notes:
• This function may not work on some disc or titles.
• This function may not work on some [My media] content depending on
the file type and ability of the DLNA server.
Watching from a different angle
BD
DVD
If the disc contains scenes recorded at different camera angles, you can
change to a different camera angle during playback.
During playback, press DISPLAY to display the playback menu. Use U u
to select the [Angle] option, then use I i to select desired angle.
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Caution:
Enjoying BD-LIVE™
ON REMOTE
1 Raise the disc tray.
2 Inserts a BD-ROM disc with BD-LIVE™
features:
3 Lower the disc tray.
4 Check the network connection and settings:
BD-Live features need the internet connection.
5 Connect a USB device:
A USB device is required to use this function.
6 Select a BD-LIVE™ features on the
disc menu:
Z)
OPEN/CLOSE (Z
–
Z)
OPEN/CLOSE (Z
–
Do not extract the connected USB device while content is being
downloaded or a Blu-ray disc is still in the disc tray. Doing so may damage
the connected USB device and BD-Live 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.
–
Notes:
• Some BD-Live contents may be restrictively accessed in some
territories by contents provider’s own decision.
U u I i, ENTER
•
It may take up to several minutes to load and start enjoying BD-Live
contents.
This unit allows you to enjoy functions such as picture-in-picture,
secondary audio and Virtual packages, etc., with BD-Video supporting
BONUSVIEW (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 1 version 1.1/ Final Standard
Profile). In addition to the BONUSVIEW function, BD-Video supporting
BD-Live (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 2) that has a network extension
function allows you to enjoy more functions such as online games by
connecting this unit to the Internet.
•
Depending on a disc, the BD-Live function may not be operated if [BDLIVE connection] option is set to [Partially permitted]. (See page 31.)
•
The connection to the Internet may take time or the Internet may not
be connected depending on the connection environment. It is required
that you use a broadband connection.
•
Do not remove the USB device during operation. The USB device may
be damaged. Stop playback and turn off the menu beforehand.
Enjoying BD-Live discs with Internet
Tip:
This unit supports BD-Live, a new BD-Video function that allows you to use
the following interactive functions when connected to the Internet. (The
usable functions and the operating method may vary with each disc. For
details, refer to the instructions for the disc.)
Special video data, etc. may be played back while they are being
downloaded to a USB device using one function of BD-Live. The playback
may be paused depending on the communication environment.
Some functions may be disabled to prevent skipping to sections that have
not been downloaded, etc.
–
Additional contents such as movie’s trailer, subtitles and BD-J, etc. can
be downloaded to USB device to play them.
–
Special video data, etc. may be played back while they are being
downloaded to a USB device.
Preparations:
• The unit must be connected to the Internet and set up to use the
BD-Live functions (see page 18-22 and 31).
• A USB device is required to use this function. Connect a USB device
(see page 26).
• The free space in the USB device must be more than 1GB.
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AACS Online
When discs supporting BD-Live are played back, the player or disc IDs
may be sent to the content provider via the Internet.
Services and functions to be provided differ depending on the disc.
– You can be introduced to other similar movies if you record your viewing history on the server by using these IDs.
–
Game score histories can be saved.
Playing secondary video (picture-in-picture)
Secondary video can be played from a disc compatible with the picture-inpicture function.
For the playback method, refer to the instructions for the disc.
To turn on/off secondary video, press PIP. Secondary video is played.
Press the button to turn it ON or OFF.
Notes:
• Discs may not always be played back according to the settings on this
unit, as certain playback formats are prioritized on certain discs.
• Only the primary video is played during search/slow-motion or frame-byframe.
• This function may not work depending on the disc.
Playing a movie
The player can play DivX files on the disc/USB
device and video contents recorded on a
DVD-RW(VR mode) discs. Before playing movie
files, read “Movie file requirement” on page 40.
ON REMOTE
1 Insert a disc/USB device containing
movie contents.
–
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Select the [Movie] option:
U u I i, ENTER
4 Selects a movie from the [MOVIE] menu:
Uu
5 Plays the selected movie:
B
6 Stops the playback:
x
Note:
• When the USB device is connected and a disc is inserted
simultaneously, the menu for selecting a media will appear.
Select a media then press ENTER.
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to pages 33-37.
• On the [MOVIE] menu, use red or blue button to move to the first or the
last file or track and green or yellow button to move to the previous or
next page.
• Unfinalized DVD VR format discs may not be played in this player.
• Some DVD-VR disc are made with CPRM data by DVD RECORDER.
This unit cannot support these kinds of discs.
• Some DivX files may not play, depending on the DivX format or the
recording format.
• Press DISC MENU to move to the list menu.
What is CPRM?
CPRM is a copy protection system (with scramble system) only allowing
the recording of ‘copy once’ broadcast programs. CPRM stands for
Content Protection for Recordable Media.
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Notice for displaying the DivX subtitle
Movie file requirement (USB/DISC)
If the subtitle does not display properly, change the language code as
described below.
Movie file compatibility with this player is limited as follows:
1 Press and hold SUBTITLE for 3 seconds during playback.
The language code will appear.
2 Press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select another language code until the
subtitle is displayed properly and then press ENTER.
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Available resolution size: 1920 x 1080 (W x H) pixels
File extensions: “.avi”, “.divx”, “.mpg”, “.mpeg”, “.mp4”, “.mkv”
Playable subtitle: 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)
Playable Codec format: “DIVX3.xx”, “DIVX4.xx”, “DIVX5.xx”, “XVID”,
“DIVX6.xx” (Standard playback only), H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, DIVX-HD,
MPEG1 SS, MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS
Playable Audio format: “Dolby Digital”, “DTS”, “MP3”, “WMA”, “AAC”,
“AC3”
Sampling frequency: between 32-48 kHz (WMA),
between 16-48 kHz (MP3)
Bit rate: between 20-320 kbps (WMA), between 32-320 kbps (MP3)
CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW, BD-R/RE Format:
ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
Maximum Files/Folder:
Less than 2000 (total number of files and folders)
• The movie file name and subtitle are limited to 180 characters.
• Not all the WMA and AAC Audio format is compatible with this unit.
• HD movie files contained on the CD or USB 1.0/1.1 may not played
properly. BD, DVD or USB 2.0 are recommended to play back HD
movie files.
• This player support H.264/MPEG-4 AVC profile Main, High at Level 4.1.
For a file with higher level, the warning message will be appeared on
the screen.
• This player does not support the file that are recorded with GMC*1 or
Qpel*2. Those are video encoding techniques in MPEG4 standard, like
DivX or XVID have.
*1 GMC – Global Motion Compensation
*2 Qpel – Quarter pixel
Tips:
• To go directly to any track or file and play, enter the track/file number
using the numbered buttons (0-9).
Listening to a music
The player can play Audio CDs and MP3/WMA
files. Before playing MP3/WMA files, read
“MP3/WMA audio file requirement (USB/DISC)”.
ON REMOTE
•
The playback may start automatically if the Audio CD inserted.
•
Use U/u/I/i to select a folder then press ENTER and you can view
the files in the folder. If you want to move to the upper or lower
directory, use U/u to move to the desired directory.
•
On the [MUSIC] menu, use red or blue button to move to the first or
the last file or track and green or yellow button to move to the previous
or next page.
1 Inserts an Audio CD or a disc/USB Flash
Drive containing MP3/WMA files.
–
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Select a [Music] option:
U u I i, ENTER
4 Selects a music from the [MUSIC] menu:
Uu
•
The equalizer indicator is not coupled with the music in play back.
5 Plays the selected music:
B
•
6 Stops the playback:
x
If there is impossible code to express in the file name, it may be
displayed as illegible.
MP3/WMA audio file requirement (USB/DISC)
File extensions: “.mp3”, “.wma”
Sampling frequency: between 8 - 48 kHz (WMA),
between 11 - 48 kHz (MP3)
Bit rate: between 8 - 320 kbps (WMA, MP3)
Example) MP3 files
Notes:
• When the USB device is connected and a disc is inserted simultaneously, the menu for selecting a media will appear. Select a media then
press ENTER.
•
You can use various playback functions. Refer to pages 33-36.
•
The file name displayed in the [My Media] menu may differ from the
file name on the media server.
•
Playback quality on the [My Media] menu is affected by the server’s
ability and condition.
CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW, BD-R/RE Format:
ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
Maximum Files/Disc:
Less than 2000 (total number of files and folders)
Notes on MP3/WMA file
• Depending on the size and number of the MP3/WMA files, it may take
several minutes to read the contents of the media.
• This unit cannot support the ID3 Tag embedded in the MP3 file.
• The total playback time indicated on the screen may not correct for
VBR files.
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Options during viewing a photo file in full screen
Viewing a photo
This unit can play a photo files. Before playing
photo files, read “Photo file requirement
(USB/DISC)” on page 43.
ON REMOTE
1 Inserts a disc/USB device containing
photo files.
–
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Selects a [Photo] option:
I i, ENTER
4 Selects a photo from the [PHOTO] menu:
UuIi
5 Displays the selected photo in full screen:
ENTER
6 Displays the next or previous photo:
./>
7 Return to the [PHOTO] menu screen:
x
You can use various options during viewing a picture in full screen.
Use U u I i to select an option and use the options as described below.
Available options in the [PHOTO] menu and [My Media] menu are different
as shown below.
Options of [PHOTO] menu
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
Options of [My Media] menu
a
b
e
f
g
h
a Use I i to advance to the previous or next file.
b Press ENTER to start or pause the slide show.
Notes:
• When the USB device is connected and a disc is inserted
simultaneously, the menu for selecting a media will appear. Select a
media then press ENTER.
•
You can start the slide show by pressing B while photo file is selected
in the [PHOTO] or [My Media] menu.
•
On the [PHOTO] menu, use red or blue button to move to the first or
the last file and green or yellow button to move to the previous or next
page.
•
You can change the content list view by pressing DISPLAY repeatedly.
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c Press ENTER to play or pause the background music. This option
is available after the background music is selected using
[Music Select] option. This option is not available on [My Media]
menu.
d Selects the background music.This option is not available on [My
Media] menu.
1) Press ENTER and the menu will appear.
2) Use U u I i to select a media or folder where there are music
file(s).
3) Press ENTER to confirm your selection.
e Press ENTER to rotate the picture clockwise.
This option is not available during slide show.
f Use green or yellow buttons to zoom in or out of the picture.
You can move through the zoomed picture using U u I i buttons.
Press RETURN to exit the [Zoom] menu and return to the normal
picture size.
g Use U u to select an option between [Effect] or [Delay].
Use I i to adjust and press ENTER to set the selected option.
[Effect] – You can apply various effects during a photo slide show.
Off : Slide Show without any effect.
Random : Slide show effects are applied randomly.
Slide : Reveals a photo in a sliding motion from various
directions.
Door : Photo will be appear like door opening.
Lattice : Photo will be appear from tiled pieces to full screen
image
[Delay] – You can set the photo delaying time while Slide Show.
h Press ENTER to exit the option menu.
To access the menu again, press ENTER.
Tips:
• For the files that are contained in a disc or USB device, you can enter
the file number using the numbered buttons (0-9) to go directly to a
specific file.
•
You can start the slide show without option menu by pressing B during
viewing a photo file in full screen.
•
Use U u I i to select a folder then press ENTER and you can view
the files in the folder. If you want to move to the upper or lower directory, use U u to move to the desired directory.
•
If there is a code that is impossible to express in the file name, it may
be displayed as illegible.
•
Depending on the DLNA server, the file name displayed on the screen
may differ from the original file name.
Listening to music during slide show in [My Media]
menu
You can view photos as a slide show while listening to music content on
[My Media] menu.
1. Press HOME and select [My Media] in the [Home Menu].
2. Select a server from the list and press ENTER to display the shared
folders from the server.
3. Select a music file from the menu and press B to play the music.
4. Use U u I i to select a photo file from the menu and press ENTER
to display in full screen.
5. Select [Slide Show] option and press ENTER to start slide show.
Photo file requirement (USB/DISC)
File extensions: “.jpg”, “.jpeg”, “.png”
Recommended size:
Less than 4,000 x 3,000 x 24 bit/pixel
Less than 3,000 x 3,000 x 32 bit/pixel
CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW, BD-R/RE Format:
ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
Maximum Files/Folder: Less than 2000 (total number of files and
folders)
Notes on Photo file
• Progressive and lossless compression photo image files are not
supported.
• Depending on the size and number of the photo files, it may take
several minutes to read the contents of the media.
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About Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
Using My media features
This unit can browse and play content on DLNA
Certified media servers connected on your home
network.
ON REMOTE
1 Check the network connection and settings:
See pages 18-22.
HOME, U u I i,
ENTER
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Selects a [My Media] option:
U u I i , ENTER
4 Selects a server from the server list:
U u, ENTER
5 Selects a content from the list:
UuIi
6 Plays the selected content:
B
7 Stops the playback:
x
8 Return to the server list menu:
SEARCH
About DLNA
This Player is a DLNA Certified digital media player that can display and
play movie, photo and music content from your DLNA Certified network
device and DLNA server.
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 a wired or wireless network in the home.
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.
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Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials is a software for sharing movie, music and
photo files stored on your computer to this player as a DLNA compatiable
digital media server.
Notes:
• The Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials CD-ROM is designed for PCs and
should not be inserted in this player or in any product other than a PC.
• The supplied Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials CD-ROM is a customized
software edition only for sharing files and folders to this player.
• The supplied Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials software does not support
the following functions: Transcoding, Remote UI, TV control, Internet
services and Apple iTunes
• This manual explains operations with the English version of Nero
MediaHome 4 Essentials as examples. Follow the explanation referring
to the actual operations of your language version.
Installing Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials is a software for sharing movie, music and
photo files stored on your computer with this player.
Before you install Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials, check the system
requirement shown below.
• Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or higher), Windows Vista® (no Service
Pack required), Windows® XP Media Centre Edition 2005 (Service
Pack 2 or higher), Windows Server® 2003
• Windows Vista® 64-bit edition (application runs in 32-bit mode)
• Hard drive space: 200 MB hard drive space for a typical installation of
Nero MediaHome stand-alone
• 1.2 GHz Intel® Pentium® III or AMD Sempron™ 2200+ processors
• Memory: 256 MB RAM
• Graphics card with at least 32 MB video memory, minimum resolution
of 800 x 600 pixels, and 16-bit colour settings
• Windows® Internet Explorer® 6.0 or higher
• DirectX® 9.0c revision 30 (August 2006) or higher
• Network environment: 100 Mb Ethernet, WLAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
Start up your computer, and insert the Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. An installation wizard will
walk you through the quick and uncomplicated installation process. To
install Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials, proceed as follows:
1. Close all Microsoft Windows programs and exit any anti-virus software
that may be running.
2. Insert the Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials CD-ROM into your
computer’s CD-ROM drive.
3. Click [Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials]. The installation is prepared and
the installation wizard appears.
4. Click the [Next] button to display the serial number input screen.
Click [Next] to go to the next step.
5. If you accept all conditions, click [I accept the License Conditions]
check box and click [Next]. Installation is not possible without this
agreement.
6. Click [Typical] and click [Next]. The installation process is started.
7. If you want to take part in the anonymous collection of data, select the
check box and click the [Next] button.
8. Click the [Exit] button to complete the installation.
Sharing files and folders
On your computer, you must share the folder containing movie, music
and/or photo content to play them using [My Media] features.
This part explains the procedure for selecting the shared folders on your
computer.
1. Double-click the “Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials” icon on the desktop.
2. Click [Network] icon on the left and define your network name in the
[Network name] field. The Network name you enter will be recognized
by your player.
3. Click [Shares] icon on the left.
4. Click [Local Folders] tab on the [Shares] screen.
5. Click [Add] icon to open the [Browse Folder] window.
6. Select the folder containing the files you want to share. The selected
folder is added to the list of shared folders.
7. Click [Start Server] icon to start the server.
Notes:
• If the shared folders or files are not displayed on the player, click the
folder on the [Local Folders] tab and click [Rescan Folder] at the
[More] button.
• Visit www.nero.com for more information and software tools.
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Playing back shared contents
This unit can browse and play content on DLNA Certified media servers
connected on your home network.
1. Start a DLNA certified media server that connected on your home network.
2. Press HOME. The [Home Menu] appears on the screen.
3. Use U u I i to select [My Media] and press ENTER. The server list
appears on the screen.
4.
Use U u to select a server from the list and
press ENTER to display the shared folders
from the server.
Notes:
• Depending on the media server, this player may need to get the
permission from the server.
• If you want to re-scan available media server, press the blue (D)
coloured button.
5.
Use U u I i to navigate the
shared contents list and select the
content you want to playback.
On the [My Media] menu, use the
red or blue button to move to the
first or the last file/folder and the
green or yellow button to move to
the previous or next page
6. Press ENTER or B to playback the selected content.
Note: You can use various playback functions. Refer to pages 33-37.
7. Press x to stop playback and go to the contents list menu.
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Notes on My Media features
• To play the file on the media server, the player and the media server
must be connected to the same access point.
• Because the compatibility and available playback functions on the [My
Media] menu are tested on the bundle DLNA server (Nero MediaHome
4 Essentials) environment, file requirements and playback functions on
the [My Media] menu may differ depending on media servers.
• The file compatibility on page 47 are not always compatible. There may
be some restrictions by the file features and media server's ability.
• If you press TITLE/POPUP while a movie file is selected, The file
information is displayed on the screen. But, the information may not be
correct compared to the actual file features.
• The thumbnail of the unplayable files can be displayed in the
[My Media] menu, but those cannot be played on this player.
• If there is an unplayable music file in the [My Media] menu, the player
skip the file and play the next file.
• The file information indicated on the screen may not be correct
compared to the music and movie files in [My Media] menu.
• Playing a movie subtitle files are only available on DLNA media server
created by the supplied Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials software on this
player's package.
• The subtitle file name and movie file name have to be the same and
located at the same folder.
• If subtitle files have been added after a directory has been indexed
already, the user has to remove and re-add the folder to the list of
shared media.
• The playback and operating quality of the [My Media] function may be
affected by your home network condition.
• The files from removable media such as USB drive, DVD-drive etc. on
your media server may not be shared properly.
File compatibility
Overall
File extensions: “.jpg”, “.jpeg”, “.png”, “.avi”, “.divx”, “.mpg”, “.mpeg”,
“.mkv”, “.mp4”, “.mp3”, “.wma”, “.pcm” (LPCM)
• Available file extensions differ depending on the server.
Maximum Files/Folder: Less than 2000 (total number of files and
folders)
Music Files
Sampling frequency: between 8 - 48 kHz (WMA),
between 11 - 48 kHz (MP3), 44.1 and 48 kHz (LPCM)
Bit rate: between 8 - 320 kbps (WMA, MP3),
768Kbps and 1.536Mbps (LPCM)
Bit rate: between 20 - 320 kbps (WMA), between 32 - 320 kbps (MP3)
• The movie file and subtitle names are limited to 128 characters.
• Not all WMA and AAC Audio formats are compatible with this unit.
• This player support H.264/MPEG-4 AVC profile Main, High at Level 4.1.
For a file with higher level, the warning message will appear on the
screen.
• This player does not support the file that are recorded with GMC*1 or
Qpel*2. Those are video encoding techniques in MPEG4 standard, like
DivX or XVID have.
*1 GMC – Global Motion Compensation
*2 Qpel – Quarter pixel
Photo files
Recommended photo size:
Less than 4,000 x 3,000 x 24 bit/pixel
Less than 3,000 x 3,000 x 32 bit/pixel
Movie files
Available resolution size: 1920 x1080 (W x H) pixels
Playable subtitle : 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)
• The subtitle files are not displayed on the [My Media] menu.
• Viewing internal subtitle is not available for mkv/mp4 file playback.
• If there are more than 1 subtitle file within a folder, displaying priority is
as follow:
Priority
High
File extension
“.smi”
Low
“.sub”
“.srt”
“.txt”
“.ssa”
Playable Codec format: “DIVX3.xx”, “DIVX4.xx”, “DIVX5.xx”, “XVID”,
“DIVX6.xx” (Standard playback only), DIVX-HD, MPEG1 SS, MPEG2
PS, MPEG2 TS
Audio format: “Dolby Digital”, “DTS”, “MP3”, “WMA”, “AAC”, “AC3”
Sampling frequency: between 32 - 48 kHz (WMA),
between 16 - 48 kHz (MP3)
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About the YouTube menu
Playing YouTube videos
ON REMOTE
1 Check the network connection and settings:
See page 18-22.
HOME, U u I i,
ENTER
2 Displays the [Home Menu]:
HOME
3 Select the [YouTube] option:
U u I i, ENTER
4 Select a desired option on the YouTube
menu:
U u I i, ENTER
5 Select a video you want to play:
Ii
6 Starts playback the selected video:
B, ENTER
or DISPLAY
Network condition
YouTube menu
videos list
period options
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There are various options on the YouTube menu. Use U u I i to select
an option and press ENTER to select the options as described below.
a
b
f
c
g
d
h
e
i
a Featured – The featured videos list will be displayed.
b Recent Videos – The most recently updated videos list will be
displayed.
c Most Viewed – The most viewed videos list will be displayed. The
period option appears at the bottom of the screen.
d Top Rated – The best rated videos list from YouTube server will be
displayed. The period option appears at the bottom of the screen.
e Search – The keyboard menu will be displayed.
See “Searching videos” on page 50 for more detail.
f History – The videos list that you recently played on this unit will
be displayed. Maximum of 25 videos can be stored.
g Favorites – This option will be appeared only when the unit is in
sign-in status. Displays the videos list that is arranged in the
YouTube server with your account.
Some videos may not appear on the [Favorites] list, even if the
videos are arranged in the server.
h Sign in (Sign Out) – Displays the keyboard menu to sign in or
returns to the sign-out status. See “Sign in with your YouTube
account” on page 50 for more details.
i Local site – Choose which country's videos you would like to view.
The countries listed on the [Local Site] menu may different with
those listed on the YouTube web site.
Notes:
• The YouTube menu can display 5 videos in the videos list. Press red or
blue button to display next/previous 5 videos.
• If you select the [Most Viewed] or [Top Rated] option in the YouTube
menu, the period options appear at the bottom of the screen. Use U u
I i to select a period option and press ENTER to display the videos
list within the selected period.
• The videos list searched from the player may different with the list
searched from a web browser on PC.
About YouTube playback screen
When you press B or ENTER at the video you want to watch, the playback
screen and content detail will appear on the screen.
playback
screen
content detail
progress bar
while playing
And when the playback ends or stops, the stopped playback screen and
related videos list appear on the screen. Use U u I i to select the current
video or a video from the related videos list and then press B or ENTER to
play the selected video.
related videos
list
playback
screen
Press DISPLAY to toggle between playback in full screen and playback
screen with content detail.
Playing a video
While watching a video from YouTube via your player, you can control the
YouTube video playback. You can use the buttons on the remote to pause
and resume viewing, just like when you watch a DVD. While playing a
video, the buttons on the remote do the following:
Button(s)
Operations
B or ENTER
Starts playback the video with content detail.
DISPLAY
Toggle between playback in full screen and playback
screen with content detail.
X
To pause a video while it is playing. To resume playing
a paused video, press B again.
x
Stops the video and displays related videos list.
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Skip the playback forward or backward .
HOME
When you have finished watching videos, simply press
the HOME button on the remote control to go to the
[Home Menu].
progress bar
Notes:
• The settings of this player do not affect the YouTube’s playback quality.
while stopped
When you press DISPLAY at the video you want to watch, the playback
starts in full screen.
playback
screen
•
The playback of YouTube videos may be paused, stopped or buffering
occurring often depending on your broadband speed.
We recommend a minimum connection speed of 1.5 Mbps. For the
best playback condition, a connection speed of 4.0 Mbps is required.
Sometimes your broadband speed varies based on your ISP’s network
conditions. Contact your ISP if you have problems maintaining a fast
connection that is reliable, or if you want to increase your connection
speed. Many ISPs offer a variety of broadband speed options.
progress bar
Full Screen
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Searching videos
You can search for videos by entering search words of up to 128
characters.
Use I i to select [Search] option from the menu and press ENTER to
display the keyboard menu. Use U u I i to select a character then press
ENTER to confirm your selection on the keyboard menu.
To enter a letter with an accent mark, select the letter from extended
character set.
Example: Select “D” and then press DISPLAY to display the extended
character set. Use I i to select “D” or “Ď” and then press ENTER.
[OK]: Searching related videos of search words.
[Clear]: Clear all entered characters.
[Space]: Inserts a space at the cursor position.
[Backspace]: Deletes the previous character at the cursor position.
[ABC / abc / #+-=&]: Change the keyboard menu settings to capital
letter, small letters or symbols.
[OK]: Finish entering an ID or password.
[Clear]: Clear all entered characters.
[Space]: Inserts a space at the cursor position.
[Backspace]: Deletes the previous character at the cursor position.
[ABC / abc / #+-=&]: Change the keyboard menu settings to capital
letters, small letters or symbols.
If you want to sign out, select the [Sign Out] from the YouTube menu and
press ENTER.
This unit can automatically store up to 5 IDs which were previously
signed-in. The IDs list appears when you select the [Sign In] option.
Select a stored ID on the list and press ENTER to display the keyboard
menu with the selected ID is entered. You will then only need to enter the
password to sign in.
When you finish entering the search words, select [OK] and press ENTER
to display the related videos list.
Note:
Available languages to enter on the keyboard menu are as follows:
English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish,
Polish and Czech.
Sign in with your YouTube account
To watch videos from your [Favorites] video list on the YouTube server with
your account, you need to sign in with your YouTube account.
Use I i to select [Sign In] option from the menu and press ENTER to
display the keyboard menu. Use U u I i to select a character then press
ENTER to confirm your selection on the keyboard menu.
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[New ID]: Displays the keyboard menu for entering a new ID and
password.
[X]: Delete the stored ID as shown left of the [X] symbol.
Listening to the radio
Be sure that FM antenna is connected.
1 Select FM:
2 Select a radio station:
3 To save a radio station:
A preset number will show on the display.
Up to 50 radio stations can be saved.
4 To confirm press:
5 To select a saved station
ON REMOTE
RADIO (INPUT)
TUNING -/+
ENTER
ENTER
PRESET U u
Listening to the radio - more you can do
Look for radio stations automatically
Press and hold TUNING -/+ for more than a second. The tuner will scan
automatically and stop when it finds a radio station.
Choose a preset number for a radio station
When storing a radio station, the preset number can be chosen. When this unit
automatically shows a preset number, press PRESET U/u to change it. Press
ENTER to save your chosen number.
Delete all the saved stations
Press and hold ENTER for two seconds. ERASE ALL will flash up on the
display. Press ENTER to erase all saved radio stations.
Improve poor FM reception
Press MO./ST. This will change the tuner from stereo to mono and usually
improve the reception.
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Using HDMI IN jack
Using DIGITAL AUDIO IN jacks
You can enjoy the pictures and sound of your component with the HDMI
OUT jack.
To the HDMI OUT jack of your
component (set-top box, digital satellite
receiver, video game machine, etc.)
You can enjoy the sound of your component with the digital
optical output jack from the speakers of the system.
To the digital optical output jack of your component
ON REMOTE
1 Connect the HDMI OUT jack of your
component into the HDMI IN jack on the
back of the wireless front right speaker.
2 Turn the power on:
3 Select the [HDMI IN] option:
4 Turn down the volume of this unit:
5 Turn your component on:
6 Adjust the volume of this unit:
1
RADIO (INPUT)
VOL (+/-)
VOL (+/-)
Note:
• You cannot change the video resolution at the HDMI IN mode.
Change the video resolution of the connected component.
• You cannot operate SIMPLINK function at the HDMI IN mode.
• The setting of the sound mode is not available when Dolby Digital
Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD are played at HDMI IN mode.
• If the video output signal is abnormal when your personal computer is
connected to HDMI IN jack, change the resolution of your personal
computer to 576p, 720p, 1080i or 1080p.
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ON REMOTE
1 Connect the optical output jack of your
component into the OPTICAL IN jack on
the back of the wireless front right speaker. 2 Turn the power on:
1
3 Select the [OPTICAL] option:
RADIO (INPUT)
4 Turn down the volume:
VOL (+/-)
5 Turn your component on:
-
6 Adjust the volume:
VOL (+/-)
Setting up the remote to control your TV
Reference
You can operate your LG/GoldStar TV with the supplied remote control.
Controlling a TV with the Supplied Remote Control
You can control the volume, input source, and power state of your TV with
the supplied Remote Control.
You can control your TV using the buttons below.
While holding down TV 1 button, press PR/CH U or u.
Release the TV 1 button to complete setting.
When you replace the batteries of the remote, you may have reset the
remote control.
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://lgservice.com or contact LG Electronics customer care centre.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
TV Control
Buttons
AV/INPUT
Resetting the unit
By pressing
You can
TV 1
Turn the TV on or off.
AV/INPUT
Switch the TV’s input source between the
TV and other input sources.
PR/CH U/u
Scan up or down through memorized
channels.
VOL +/–
Adjust the volume of the TV.
If you observe any of the following symptoms.
• The unit is plugged in, but the power will not turn on or off.
• The front panel display is not working.
• The unit is not operating normally.
You can reset the unit as follows.
• Press and hold the 1 button for at least five seconds. This will force
the player to power off. Press the 1 button again to turn the player
back on.
• Unplug the power cord, wait at least five seconds, and then plug it in
again.
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Language Codes
Use this list to input your desired language for Disc Audio, Disc Subtitle and Disc Menu.
Language
Afar
Afrikaans
Albanian
Ameharic
Arabic
Armenian
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Basque
Bengali; Bangla
Bhutani
Bihari
Breton
Bulgarian
Burmese
Byelorussian
Chinese
Code
6565
6570
8381
6577
6582
7289
6583
6588
6590
6665
6985
6678
6890
6672
6682
6671
7789
6669
9072
Language
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Esperanto
Estonian
Faroese
Fiji
Finnish
French
Frisian
Galician
Georgian
German
Greek
Greenlandic
Guarani
Gujarati
Code
7282
6783
6865
7876
6978
6979
6984
7079
7074
7073
7082
7089
7176
7565
6869
6976
7576
7178
7185
Language
Hausa
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Interlingua
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kazakh
Kirghiz
Korean
Kurdish
Laothian
Latin
Latvian, Lettish
Code
7265
7387
7273
7285
7383
7378
7365
7165
7384
7465
7578
7583
7575
7589
7579
7585
7679
7665
7686
Language
Lingala
Lithuanian
Macedonian
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Maori
Marathi
Moldavian
Mongolian
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Oriya
Panjabi
Pashto, Pushto
Persian
Polish
Portuguese
Code
7678
7684
7775
7771
7783
7776
7773
7782
7779
7778
7865
7869
7879
7982
8065
8083
7065
8076
8084
Language
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Rumanian
Russian
Samoan
Sanskrit
Scots Gaelic
Serbian
Serbo-Croatian
Shona
Sindhi
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Sudanese
Swahili
Swedish
Tagalog
Code
8185
8277
8279
8285
8377
8365
7168
8382
8372
8378
8368
8373
8375
8376
6983
8385
8387
8386
8476
Language
Tajik
Tamil
Telugu
Thai
Tonga
Turkish
Turkmen
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu
Code
8471
8465
8469
8472
8479
8482
8475
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
6789
8779
8872
7473
8979
9085
Area Codes
Choose an area code from this list.
Area
Afghanistan
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Bhutan
Bolivia
Brazil
Cambodia
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Congo
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Code
AF
AR
AU
AT
BE
BT
BO
BR
KH
CA
CL
CN
CO
CG
Area
Costa Rica
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Ethiopia
Fiji
Finland
France
Germany
Great Britain
Greece
Code
CR
HR
CZ
DK
EC
EG
SV
ET
FJ
FI
FR
DE
GB
GR
Area
Greenland
Hong Kong
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Kenya
Kuwait
Libya
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Code
GL
HK
HU
IN
ID
IL
IT
JM
JP
KE
KW
LY
LU
MY
Area
Maldives
Mexico
Monaco
Mongolia
Morocco
Nepal
Netherlands
Netherlands Antilles
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Panama
Code
MV
MX
MC
MN
MA
NP
NL
AN
NZ
NG
NO
OM
PK
PA
Area
Paraguay
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russian Federation
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Code
PY
PH
PL
PT
RO
RU
SA
SN
SG
SK
SI
ZA
KR
ES
Area
Sri Lanka
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
Uganda
Ukraine
United States
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vietnam
Zimbabwe
Code
LK
SE
CH
TW
TH
TR
UG
UA
US
UY
UZ
VN
ZW
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Correction
No power.
• The power cord is disconnected.
• Plug the power cord into the wall outlet securely.
No picture.
• The TV is not set to receive DVD signal output.
• Select the appropriate video input mode on the TV.
• The video cable is not connected securely.
• Connect the video cable securely.
• The selected resolution is not capable with your TV.
• Select another resolution using RESOLUTION button.
• The equipment connected with the audio cable is not
set to receive disc signal output.
• Select the correct input mode of the audio receiver so you
can listen to the sound from the player.
• The power of the equipment connected with the audio
cable is turned off.
• Turn on the equipment connected with the audio cable.
• Check that the [MUTE] is displayed in the display
window.
• Press MUTE again.
• The player is in reverse play, fast forward, slow motion
or pause mode.
• Return to the normal playback.
• The disc is upside down.
• Insert the disc with the playback side down.
• An unplayable disc is inserted.
• Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc type and regional
code.)
• The rating level is set.
• Change the rating level.
• The disc was recorded on another unit and was not
finalized.
• Finalize the disc on that unit.
• The Remote Control is not pointed at the remote
sensor on the player.
• Point the Remote Control at the remote sensor of the
player.
• The Remote Control is too far from the player.
• Operate the Remote Control closer to the player.
The level meter is not
displayed.
• Check that the [NIGHT ON] is displayed in the display
window.
• Press NIGHT again.
The lighting of the touch
button is turned off.
• Check that the [NIGHT ON] is displayed in the display
window.
• Press NIGHT again.
No sound.
The player does not start
playback.
The Remote Control does
not work properly.
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Troubleshooting
Possible Cause
Symptom
Correction
• External USB device is not connected.
• Connect a FAT16 or FAT32 formatted USB device to the
USB port (see page 26).
• The connected USB device does not have enough
space.
• Secure at least 1GB free space in the USB device for
using BD-Live features.
• Internet connection is not established.
• Ensure that the unit is correctly connected to the local area
network and can access the internet (see page 18-22 and 31).
• The [BD-LIVE connection] option in the [Setup] menu
is set to [Prohibited].
• Set the [BD-LIVE connection] option to [Permitted].
Streaming video services
(such as YouTube, etc.)
often stop or "buffer" during
playback.
• Your broadband service speed may not be fast
enough to stream video services (such as YouTube,
etc.)
• Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and increase
the broadband speed is recommended.
The YouTube ID is not
automatically stored in the
ID list.
• The ID list is full.
• Delete one of the stored IDs and sign in with the ID again.
Shared folder or files from
the media server are not
displayed on the [My Media]
menu.
• The firewall or anti-virus software on your media server
is running.
• Turn off the firewall or anti-virus software running on your
media server.
• The folders or files have been added or removed after
a directory has been indexed already.
• Rescan the shared folder on your media server.
The shared files from media
server are not played on the
[My Media] menu.
• Shared file is not playable on the player.
• See “File compatibility” on page 47.
Radio stations cannot be
tuned in.
• The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when
tuning in with automatic tuning).
• Use direct tuning.
BD-Live feature does not
work.
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Speakers
Specifications
General
Operating temperature:
Operating humidity:
41 °F to 95 °F (5 °C to 35 °C)
5 % to 90 %
Inputs/Outputs
HDMI OUT (video/audio):
HDMI IN (video/audio):
DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL):
19 pin (HDMI standard, Type A)
19 pin (HDMI standard, Type A)
3 V (p-p), Optical jack x 1
Tuner FM
FM Tuning Range:
87.50 - 108.00 MHz
Amplifier
Stereo mode:
Surround mode:
185 W + 185 W (4Ω at 1 KHz, THD 1 %)
Left+Right: 185 W + 185 W (THD 1 %)
Surround: 185 W + 185 W
(4Ω at 1 KHz, THD 1 %)
Subwoofer: 260 W (3Ω at 30 Hz, THD 1 %)
System
Laser:
Semiconductor laser,
wavelength: 405 nm / 650 nm
Signal system:
Standard PAL/NTSC colour TV system
Frequency response:
20 Hz to 20 kHz
(48 kHz, 96 kHz, 192 kHz sampling)
Signal-to-noise ratio:
More than 100 dB
(ANALOG OUT connectors only)
Harmonic distortion:
Less than 0.008%
Dynamic range:
More than 95 dB
LAN port:
Ethernet jack x 1, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Type
Front right
speaker
Front left
Speaker
Passive
Subwoofer
2 Way 3speaker
2 Way 3speaker
1 Way 1 speaker 2 Way 3speaker
4Ω
3Ω
4Ω
185 W
260 W
185 W
370 W
520 W
370 W
Impedance 4Ω
Rated
Input Power 185 W
Max.
Input power 370 W
Net Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Net Weight
Power
requirements
Power
consumption
Rear
Speaker
340 x 1285 x 340 mm 340 x 1285 x 340 mm 180 x 436 x 392 mm 290 x 1170 x 290 mm
12.6 kg
11.6 kg
7.6 kg
5.1 kg
-
200 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
75 W
40 W
45 W
-
Wireless receiver
Power requirements
Power consumption
External dimensions (WxHxD)
Net Weight
Reception Output
200 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
50 W
64x213x252 mm
1 kg
5.8 GHz
Accessories
Speaker cable (2), Remote control (1), Battery (2), HDMI cable (1),
FM antenna (1), Optical cable (1), Nero MediaHome4 Essentials software
CD-ROM (1)
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