Samsung | HT-BD1255 | Samsung HT-BD1255 User Manual

HT-BD1250
HT-BD1252
HT-BD1255
5.1CH Blu-ray
Home Cinema System
user manual
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Key features of your new
Blu-ray Home Cinema
PLAYER FEATURES
Playback of many disc types, plus an FM Tuner
The HT-BD1250/HT-BD1252/HT-BD1255 allows you to play various discs, including BD-ROM, DVD-VIDEO, DVDRW/-R(V mode), CD, MP3-CD, DivX and CD-R/RW, with a sophisticated FM tuner, all in a single player.
Full HD Audio Decoding Support (DD,DD+,DOLBY TRUE-HD,DTS,DTS-HD HRA, DTS-HD MA Essential)
Please refer to www.DOLBY.COM and DTS.COM for more detail.
TV Screen Saver Function
If the main unit remains in stop mode for 10 minutes, the Samsung logo appears on TV screen. The HT-BD1250/
HT-BD1252/HT-BD1255 automatically switches itself into the power saving mode after 30 minutes in the Screen
Saver mode.
Power Saving Function
The HT-BD1250/HT-BD1252/HT-BD1255 automatically shuts itself off after 40 minutes in Stop mode.
USB Host support
You can connect and play files from external USB storage devices such as MP3 players, USB flash memory, etc.
using the Home Cinema's USB HOST function.
HDMI
HDMI transmits Blu-Ray/DVD video and audio signals simultaneously, and provides a clearer picture.
The 1080p(Full HD) resolution provides even clearer pictures.
AV SYNC Function
Video may lag behind the audio if the unit is connected to a digital TV.
To compensate for this, you can adjust the audio delay time to sync up with the video.
Anynet+(HDMI-CEC) Function
Anynet+ is a function that can be used to operate the main unit of this system using a Samsung TV remote control,
by connecting the Blu-ray Home Cinema to a SAMSUNG TV using an HDMI Cable. (This is only available with
SAMSUNG TV's that support Anynet+.)
Wireless receiver amplifier
Samsung ’s rear- channel wireless module does away with cables running between the main unit and rear- channel
speakers. Instead, the rear speakers connect to a compact wireless module that communicates with the main unit.
BD Wise
BD Wise automatically adjusts BD Wise-compliant Samsung products to the optimal settings between them. This
feature is enabled only if BD Wise-compliant Samsung products are connected to each other using an HDMI cable.
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Blu-ray Discs support the highest quality HD video available in the industry - Large capacity means no compromise
on video quality. Furthermore, a Blu-ray Disc has the same familiar size and look as a DVD.
* The following Blu-ray Disc features are disc dependant and will vary. Appearance and navigation of features will
also vary from disc to disc. Not all discs will have the features described below.
Video highlights
The BD-ROM format for movie distribution
supports three highly advanced video codecs,
including AVC, VC-1, and MPEG-2.
HD video resolutions are also available:
• 1920 x 1080 HD
• 1280 x 720 HD
PLAY MOVIE
LANGUAGES
PREVIEWS
Graphic
Planes
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For High-Definition Playback
To view high-definition contents on a Blu-ray disc,
an HDTV (High Definition Television) is required.
Some discs may require using the player's HDMI
HD Video
OUT to view high-definition content. The ability to
view high-definition content on Blu-ray disc may be limited
depending on the resolution of your TV.
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PLAY MOVIE
Subtitles
You may be able to select different font styles, sizes and colours for the
subtitles, Subtitles may also be animated, scrolled or faded in and out,
depending on what is contained on the Blu-ray Disc.
BD-LIVE
You can use a Blu-ray Disc supporting BD-LIVE through network
connection to enjoy various contents provided by the disc
manufacturer.
SCENE SELECTIONS
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LANGUAGES
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SCENE SELECTIONS
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PREVIEWS
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BLU-RAY DISC FEATURES
Key features of your new
Blu-ray Home Cinema
What’s included
Check for the supplied accessories below.
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Video Cable
FM Antenna
User's Manual
Remote Control
Speaker Wire (6 EA)
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Safety information
Safety Warnings
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage”
inside the product that presents a risk of
electric shock or personal injury.
This symbol indicates important instructions
accompanying the product.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION : INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED,
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
WARNING : To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
• This apparatus shall always be connected to a AC outlet with a protective grounding connection.
• To disconnect the apparatus from the mains, the plug must be pulled out from the mains socket, therefore the
mains plug shall be readily operable.
CAUTION
• Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
• The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
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Safety information
Precautions
Ensure that the AC power supply in your house complies with the identification sticker located on the back of your player. Install your
player horizontally, on a suitable base (furniture), with enough space around it for ventilation (7.5~10cm). Make sure the ventilation slots
are not covered. Do not stack anything on top of the player. Do not place the player on amplifiers or other equipment which may
become hot. Before moving the player, ensure the Disc Insert Hole is empty. This player is designed for continuous use. Switching off
the Blu-ray Home Cinema to the stand-by mode does not disconnect the electrical supply. In order to disconnect the player
completely from the power supply, remove the main plug from the wall outlet, especially when left unused for a long period of time.
During thunderstorms, disconnect the AC main plug from the
wall outlet. Voltage peaks due to lightning could damage the unit.
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
This could lead to overheating and malfunction of the unit.
Phones
Protect the player from moisture (i.e. vases) , and excess heat
(e.g.fireplace) or equipment creating strong magnetic or electric fields
(i.e.speakers...). Disconnect the power cable from the AC supply if the
player malfunctions. Your player is not intended for industrial use. Use of
this product is for personal use only.
Condensation may occur if your player or disc has been stored in
cold temperatures. If transporting the player during the winter,
wait approximately 2 hours until the unit has reached room temperature
before using.
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The batteries used with this product contain chemicals that are harmful to
the environment.
Do not dispose of batteries in the general household trash.
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Contents
key features of your new
Blu-ray Home Cinema
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Player Features
Blu-ray Disc Features
What’s Included
safety information
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Safety Warnings
Precautions
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getting started
description
remote control
connections
basic functions of your
Blu-ray Home Cinema
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system setup
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language setup
10 Before Reading the User’s Manual
11 Disc Type and Characteristics
14 Front Panel
15 Rear Panel
16 Tour of the Remote Control
18 Setting the Remote Control
20 Connecting the Speakers
22 Connecting the Optional Wireless Receiving
Module
24 Connecting the Video Out to Your TV
26 Connecting Audio from External
Components
28 Connecting to the Network
30 Connecting the FM Antenna
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Before Playing
On-Screen Menu Navigation
Playing a Disc
Setting the Sound
Using the Search and Skip Functions
Slow Motion Play/Step Motion Play
35 Setting the Clock
36 Setting up the Language Options
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Contents
audio setup
37
display setup
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HDMI setup
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40 Setting up the Display Options
42 Setting up the Video Display/Output Options
44 Setting up the HDMI Setup Options
parental setup
47 Setting up the Parental Lock
network setup
49 Setting up the Network Setup Options
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BD data management
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54 System Device Management
system upgrade
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Firmware Upgrade
System Information
Firmware Upgrade Notification
DviX (R) Registration
watching a movie
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Using the Display Function
Using the Disc Menu & Popup/Title Menu
Repeat Play
Selecting the Audio Language
Selecting the Subtitle Language
Changing the Camera Angle
PIP (Picture In Picture) Settings
BD-LIVE™
DivX Playback
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37 Setting up the Speaker Options
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Viewing a Picture
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sound mode
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using the usb function
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radio
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convenient function
66 Buttons on the Remote Control Used for
Audio CD(CD-DA)/ MP3 Disc Playback
66 Repeat Audio CD(CD-DA) & MP3
67 Playing an Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3
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listening to music
Viewing a Picture
Slide Show/Speed
Rotate
Zoom
Go To Photo List
71 SFE(Sound Field Effect) Mode
71 Dolby Pro Logic II Mode
72 Dolby Pro Logic II Effect
73 Playing Media Files Using the USB Host
Feature
75 Listening to Radio
75 Presetting Stations
76 Sleep Timer Function
76 Adjusting Display Brightness
76 Mute Function
troubleshooting
appendix
79 Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs
80 Specifications
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Getting started
Before Reading the User’s Manual
Make sure to check the following terms before reading the user manual.
Icons that will be used in manual
Icon
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g
f
Z
C
V
Term
BD-ROM
This involves a function available on a BD-ROM.
BD-RE
This involves a function available on the BD-RE.
BD-R
This involves a function available on the BD-R.
DVD-VIDEO
DVD-RW
DVD-R
Audio CD
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This involves a function available on DVD-Video or DVD-RW/-R discs that have been recorded
and finalized in Video Mode.
This involves a function available on DVD-RW. (V mode and finalized only)
This involves a function available on DVD-R. (V mode and finalized only)
This involves a function available on an audio CD-RW/CD-R (CD-DA format).
MP3
This involves a function available on DVD-RW/-R, CD-RW/CD-R discs and USB storage devices.
JPEG
This involves a function available on DVD-RW/-R, CD-RW/CD-R discs and USB storage devices.
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DivX
F
USB storage
device
Caution
M
Definition
Note
This involves a function available with MPEG4 discs.
(DVD±R/RW, CD-R or CD-RW)
This involves a function available on USB storage device.
This involves a case where a function does not operate or settings may be
cancelled.
This involves tips or instructions on the page that help each function operate.
About the use of this user’s manual
1) Be sure to be familiar with Safety Information before using this product. (See pages 5~6)
2) If a problem occurs, check the Troubleshooting. (See pages 77~78)
Copyright
©2009 Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
All rights reserved; No part or whole of this user’s manual may be reproduced or copied without the
prior written permission of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
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Disc Type and Characteristics
Disc types that can be played
Disc Types
Disc Logo
BD-ROM
BD-RE/BD-R
Recorded content
AUDIO + VIDEO
AUDIO + VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO-CD
Max. Playing minute
Playing time depends
on the Title
Single sided
Single sided(12 cm)
240
Double sided(12 cm)
480
Single sided(8 cm)
80
Double sided(8 cm)
160
Single sided(12 cm)
74
Single sided(8 cm)
20
12 cm
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8 cm
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DivX
AUDIO + VIDEO
DVD-RW
(V mode and finalized only)
AUDIO + VIDEO
12 cm (4.7GB)
480
(EX : Extended Play)
DVD-R
(V mode and finalized only)
AUDIO + VIDEO
12 cm (4.7GB)
480
(EX : Extended Play)
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DVD-VIDEO
Disc Shape
Logos of Discs that can be played
Blu-ray Disc
Dolby Digital Plus
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
Dolby TrueHD
DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential
PAL broadcast system in
U.K, France, Germany, etc.
Digital Audio
MP3
Stereo
Java
BD-LIVE
MM `` Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Discs that cannot be played
• HD DVD Disc
• DVD-RAM
• 3.9 GB DVD-R Disc for Authoring.
• DVD-RW(VR mode)
• DVD-ROM/PD/MV-Disc, etc
• CVD/CD-ROM/CDV/CD-G/CD-I/LD
• 8cm MD (mini disc)
MM `` Some commercial discs and DVD discs purchased outside your region may not be playable with this
product. When these discs are played, either “No disc.” or “Please check the regional code of the disc.”
will be displayed.
`` If a DVD-R/-RW disc has not been recorded properly in DVD video format, it will not be playable.
Region code
Both the Blu-ray Home Cinema and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in
order to play the disc. If the codes do not match, the disc will not play. The Region Number for this Bluray Home Cinema is described on the rear panel of the Blu-ray Home Cinema.
BD Region Code
Area
A
North America, Central America, South America, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South East Asia.
B
C
Europe, Greenland, French territories, Middle East, Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
India, China, Russia, Central and South Asia.
DVD-Video
Area
Region Code
1
USA, Canada
Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East,
2
Greenland
Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, parts of South
3
East Asia
Australia, New Zealand, Latin America
4
(including Mexico)
5
Eastern Europe, Russia, India, Africa
DVD-Video
Region Code
6
China
Area
7
Unspecified Special Use
8
Airlines/Cruise Ships (including Mexico)
9
Region free
Blu-ray Disc Compatibility
Blu-ray Disc is a new and evolving format. Accordingly, disc compatibility issues are possible. Not all discs are
compatible and not every disc will play back. For additional information, refer to the Compliance and Compatibility
Notice section of this Manual. If you encounter compatibility problems, please contact the SAMSUNG customer care
centre.
may not work for some types of discs, or when specific operations, such as angle change and aspect
MM `` Playback
ratio adjustment, are being performed. Information about the discs is written in detail on the box. Please refer to
this if necessary.
`` Do not allow the disc to become dirty or scratched. Fingerprints, dirt, dust, scratches or deposits of cigarette
smoke on the recording surface may make it impossible to use the disc for playback.
`` Discs with NTSC programs recorded on them cannot be played using this product.
`` When a BD-Java title is played, loading may take longer than a normal title, or some functions may perform slowly.
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Disc Types
❖❖ BD-RE/BD-R
Blu-ray Disc Rewritable/Blu-ray Disc Recordable. BD-RE/BD-R is the ideal format for making backups,
or recording personal video.
❖❖ BD-ROM
Blu-ray Disc Read Only Memory. A BD-ROM disc contains pre-recorded data. Although a BD-ROM
may contain any form of data, most BD-ROM discs will contain movies in High Definition format, for
playback on Blu-ray Home Cinemas. This unit can play back pre-recorded commercial BD-ROM discs.
• A digital versatile disc (DVD) can contain up to 135-minutes of images, 8 audio languages and 32
subtitle languages. It is equipped with MPEG-2 picture compression and Dolby Digital surround,
allowing you to enjoy vivid and clear theatre quality images.
• When switching from the first layer to the second layer of a dual-layered DVD Video disc, there may be
momentary distortion in the image and sound. This is not a malfunction of the unit.
• Once a DVD-RW/-R recorded in Video Mode is finalized, it becomes DVD-Video. Pre-recorded (prestamped) commercial DVDs with movies are also referred to as DVD-Videos. This unit can play back
pre-recorded commercial DVD discs (DVD-Video discs) with movies.
❖❖ Audio CD
• An audio disc on which 44.1kHz PCM Audio is recorded.
• This unit can play back CD-DA format audio CD-R and CD-RW discs.
• The unit may not be able to play some CD-R or CD-RW discs due to the condition of the recording.
❖❖ CD-R/-RW
• Use a 700MB(80 minutes) CD-R/-RW disc. If possible, do not use a 800MB(90 minutes) or above
disc, as the disc may not play back.
• If the CD-R/-RW disc was not recorded as a closed session, you may experience delays when playing
back the beginning of the disc or all recorded files may not play.
• Some CD-R/-RW discs may not be playable with this unit, depending on the device which was used
to burn them. For contents recorded on CD-R/-RW media from CDs for your personal use, playability
may vary depending on contents and discs.
❖❖ DVD-R Disc Playback
• Once a DVD-R recorded in Video Mode is finalized, it becomes DVD-Video.
• This unit can play back DVD-R discs recorded and finalized with a Samsung DVD video recorder. It
may not be able to play some DVD-R discs depending on the disc and the condition of the recording.
❖❖ DVD-RW Disc Playback
• Playback can be performed with DVD-RW discs in the Video Mode and finalized only.
• Once a DVD-RW recorded in Video Mode is finalized, it becomes DVD-Video. Ability to play back may
depend on recording conditions.
Disc Format
❖❖ Using MP3 disc
• CD-R/-RW, DVD-RW/-R recorded with UDF, ISO9660 or JOLIET format can be played back.
• Only MP3 files with the “.mp3” or “.MP3” extension can be played.
• Playable bit-rate range is from 56 Kbps to 320 Kbps.
• Playable sample-rate is 32KHz to 48KHz.
• The unit can handle a maximum of 1500 files and folders under a parent folder. For MP3 files recorded
with a VBR(Variable Bit Rates), the sound may cut in and out.
❖❖ Using JPEG disc
• CD-R/-RW, DVD-RW/-R recorded with UDF, ISO9660 or JOLIET format can be played back.
• Only JPEG files with the ".jpg", ".JPG", ".jpeg" or "JPEG" extension can be displayed.
• Progressive JPEG is supported.
❖❖ DVD-RW/-R (V)
• This is a format that is used for recording data on a DVD-RW or DVD-R disc. The disc can be played
by this Blu-ray Home Cinema once it has been finalized.
• If a disc that has been recorded in Video Mode by a different maker’s recorder but has not been
finalized, it cannot be played by this Blu-ray Home Cinema.
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● Getting Started
❖❖ DVD-Video
Description
Front Panel
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POWER BUTTON
Turns the Blu-ray Home Cinema on and off.
STANDBY INDICATOR
When the unit is first plugged in, this indicator lights.
OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON
Opens and closes the disc tray.
FUNCTION BUTTON
The mode switches as follows :
BD/DVD ➞ D.IN 1 ➞ D.IN 2 ➞ AUX ➞ FM.
TUNING DOWN &
SKIP (
) BUTTON
Goes back to the previous title/chapter/track.
STOP BUTTON
Stops disc playback.
Volume Control BUTTON
Volume adjustment.
PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
Plays a disc or pauses playback.
TUNING UP &
SKIP(
) BUTTON
Goes to the next title/chapter/track.
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DISC TRAY
Opens to accept a disc.
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USB HOST
A USB storage device can be connected here and used as storage when connected to
BD-LIVE. It can also be used for firmware upgrades and MP3/JPEG playback.
Tunes down the FM frequency band.
Tunes up the FM frequency band.
MM `` You must use the USB HOST on the rear panel of the Blu-ray Home Cinema to connect a wireless LAN Adapter.
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Rear Panel
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FM 75Ω COAXIAL JACK
Connect the FM antenna.
TX CARD CONNECTION (WIRELESS)
The TX card enables communication between the main unit and the
optional wireless receiver amplifier.
AUX IN JACKS
Connect to the 2CH analogue output of an external device (such as a
VCR)
VIDEO OUTPUT JACK
Connect your TV's Video Input jack (VIDEO IN) to the VIDEO OUT Jack on
this unit.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS
Connect a TV with Component video inputs to these jacks.
HDMI OUT JACK
Use the HDMI cable, connect this HDMI output terminal to the HDMI input
terminal on your TV for the best quality picture.
EXTERNAL DIGITAL OPTICAL INPUT
JACKS (OPTICAL1, OPTICAL2)
Use this to connect external equipment capable of digital output.
LAN TERMINAL
Can be used for connection to BD-LIVE.
It can be also used for firmware upgrades.
WIRELESS LAN JACK
A USB storage device can be connected here and used as storage when
connected to BD-LIVE. It can also be used for firmware upgrades and
MP3/JPEG playback, as well as for connecting to BD-Live with a wireless
LAN adapter.
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SELECT VOLTAGE(OPTION)
110~127V or 220~240V
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5.1 CHANNEL SPEAKER OUTPUT
CONNECTORS
Connect the front, centre, surround, subwoofer speakers.
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COOLING FAN
The fan always revolves when the power is on. Ensure a minimum of
10cm of clear space on all sides of the fan when installing the product.
MM `` Oversized USB drives may not be able to be inserted when a LAN or HDMI cable is connected.0
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Remote control
Tour of the Remote Control
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2
3
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24
4
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16
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19
20
16
34
35
36
POWER button
19
PIP button
2
BD RECEIVER button
20
DISC MENU button
3
TV button
21
OPEN/CLOSE button
4
Number (0~9) buttons
22
DIMMER button
5
AUDIO button
6
SLOW, MO/ST button
7
Tuning Preset/CD Skip buttons
PLAY button
STOP button
SEARCH buttons
BD button
TUNER button
AUX button
24
SOURCE button
25
SUBTITLE button
26
PAUSE button
9
VOLUME button
27
MUTE button
10
STEP button
28
TUNING/CH button
11
MENU button
29
RETURN button
12
Cursor/Enter button
30
EXIT button
13
INFO button
31
PL II MODE button
14
Colour Buttons : RED(A),
GREEN (B), YELLOW(C), BLUE(D)
32
PL II EFFECT button
15
POPUP MENU, TITLE MENU button
33
DSP button
16
TUNER MEMORY, MARKER button
34
SLEEP button
17
REPEAT button
35
SFE MODE button
18
REPEAT A-B button
36
ZOOM button
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Installing batteries in the Remote Control
1. Lift the cover at the back of
the remote control upward
as shown.
2. Install two AAA size batteries.
Make sure to match the “+” and “–” ends of the
batteries with the diagram inside the compartment.
3. Replace the cover.
Assuming typical TV usage,
the batteries last for about one
year.
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Remote control
Setting the Remote Control
You can control certain functions of your TV with this remote control.
When operating a TV with the remote control
1. Press the TV button to set the remote to TV mode.
2. Press the POWER button to turn on the TV.
3. While holding down the POWER button, enter the code corresponding to your brand of TV.
•If there is more than one code listed for your TV in the able,
enter one at a time to determine which code works.
Example : For a Samsung TV
While holding down the POWER button, use the number
buttons to enter 00, 15, 16, 17 and 40.
4. If the TV turns off, the setting is complete.
•You can use the TV POWER, VOLUME, CHANNEL, and
Numeric buttons (0~9).
MM `` The remote control may not work on some brands of TV's. Also, some operations may not
be possible depending on your brand of TV.
`` If you do not set the remote control with the code for your brand of TV, the remote control
will work on a Samsung TV by default.
Operation Range of the Remote Control
The remote control can be used up to approximately 7 meters
in a straight line. It can also be operated at a
horizontal angle of up to 30° from the remote control sensor.
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No.
No.
Brand
1
Admiral (M.Wards)
56, 57, 58
44
MTC
18
2
A Mark
01, 15
45
NEC
18, 19, 20, 40, 59, 60
3
Anam
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,
46
Nikei
03
12, 13, 14
47
Onking
03
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TV Brand Code List
Code
AOC
01, 18, 40, 48
48
Onwa
03
5
Bell & Howell (M.Wards)
57, 58, 81
49
Panasonic
06, 07, 08, 09, 54, 66, 67, 73, 74
6
Brocsonic
59, 60
50
Penney
18
7
Candle
18
51
Philco
03, 15, 17, 18, 48, 54, 59, 62, 69, 90
8
Cetronic
03
52
Philips
15, 17, 18, 40, 48, 54, 62, 72
9
Citizen
03, 18, 25
53
Pioneer
63, 66, 80, 91
10
Cinema
97
54
Portland
15, 18, 59
11
Classic
03
55
Proton
40
12
Concerto
18
56
Quasar
06, 66, 67
13
Contec
46
57
Radio Shack
17, 48, 56, 60, 61, 75
14
Coronado
15
58
RCA/Proscan
18, 59, 67, 76, 77, 78, 92, 93, 94
15
Craig
03, 05, 61, 82, 83, 84
59
Realistic
03, 19
16
Croslex
62
60
Sampo
40
17
Crown
03
61
Samsung
00, 15, 16, 17, 40, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49,
18
Curtis Mates
59, 61, 63
19
CXC
03
62
Sanyo
19, 61, 65
20
Daewoo
02, 03, 04, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
63
Scott
03, 40, 60, 61
25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 48, 59, 90
64
Sears
15, 18, 19
21
Daytron
40
65
Sharp
15, 57, 64
22
Dynasty
03
66
Signature 2000 (M.Wards)
57, 58
23
Emerson
03, 15, 40, 46, 59, 61, 64, 82, 83, 84, 85
67
Sony
50, 51, 52, 53, 55
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Fisher
19, 65
68
Soundesign
03, 40
25
Funai
03
69
Spectricon
01
26
Futuretech
03
70
SSS
18
27
General Electric (GE)
06, 40, 56, 59, 66, 67, 68
71
Sylvania
18, 40, 48, 54, 59, 60, 62
28
Hall Mark
40
72
Symphonic
61, 95, 96
29
Hitachi
15, 18, 50, 59, 69
73
Tatung
06
30
Inkel
45
74
Techwood
18
31
JC Penny
56, 59, 67, 86
75
Teknika
03, 15, 18, 25
32
JVC
70
76
TMK
18, 40
33
KTV
59, 61, 87, 88
77
Toshiba
19, 57, 63, 71
● remote control
4
59, 60, 98
34
KEC
03, 15, 40
78
Vidtech
18
35
KMC
15
79
Videch
59, 60, 69
36
LG (Goldstar)
01, 15, 16, 17, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44
80
Wards
15, 17, 18, 40, 48, 54, 60, 64
37
38
Luxman
18
81
Yamaha
18
LXI (Sears)
19, 54, 56, 59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 71
82
York
40
39
Magnavox
15, 17, 18, 48, 54, 59, 60, 62, 72, 89
83
Yupiteru
03
40
Marantz
40, 54
84
Zenith
58, 79
41
Matsui
54
85
Zonda
01
42
MGA
18, 40
86
Dongyang
03, 54
43
Mitsubishi/MGA
18, 40, 59, 60, 75
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Connections
This section involves various methods of connecting the Blu-ray Home Cinema to other external components.
Before moving or installing the product, be sure to turn off the power and disconnect the power cord.
Connecting the Speakers
Position of the Blu-ray Home Cinema
Place it on a stand or cabinet shelf, or under the TV stand.
Selecting the Listening Position
The listening position should be located about 2.5 to 3 times the distance of the TV's screen size away from the TV.
Example : For 32" TV's 2~2.4m
For 55" TV's 3.5~4m
Front Speakersei
Place these speakers in front of your listening position, facing inwards (about 45°) toward you.
Place the speakers so that their tweeters will be at the same height as your ear.
Align the front face of the front speakers with the front face of the centre speaker or place them slightly in front
of the centre speakers.
Centre Speaker
f
It is best to install it at the same height as the front speakers. You can also install it directly over or under the TV.
Surround Speakers
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P
lace these speakers to the side of your listening position. If there isn't enough room, place these speakers so they face
each other. Place them about 60 to 90cm above your ear, facing slightly downward.
nlike the front and centre speakers, the rear speakers are used to handle mainly sound effects and sound will not
* Ucome
from them all the time.
Subwoofer
The position of the subwoofer is not so critical. Place it anywhere you like.
Connecting The Speakers
1. Press down the terminal tab on the back of the speaker.
2. Insert the black wire into the black terminal (–) and the red wire into
the red (+) terminal, and then release the tab.
3. Connect the connecting plugs to the back of the Blu-ray Home
Cinema by matching the colours of the speaker plugs to the speaker
jacks.
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Black
Red
1. Turn the STAND upside-down and connect it
to the STAND BASE.
1
2
STAND BASE
STAND
BASE
2. Insert five small SCREWS into the five holes
marked with arrows using a screwdriver as
shown in the illustration.
STAND
STAND
3
4
SPEAKER
4. Insert another large SCREW into the hole on the
rear of the speaker marked with arrow using
a screwdriver.
HT-BD1250
● connections
3. Connect upper SPEAKER to the assembled STAND.
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How to Install the Speaker on the Stand (HT-BD1252/HT-BD1255)
STAND
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (L)
Subwoofer Speaker
Front Speaker (R)
Rear Speaker (R)
Rear Speaker (L)
HT-BD1252
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (R)
Front Speaker (L)
Subwoofer Speaker
Rear Speaker (R)
HT-BD1255
Rear Speaker (L)
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (R)
Rear Speaker (R)
Front Speaker (L)
Subwoofer Speaker
Rear Speaker (L)
`` Do not let children play with or near the speakers. They could get hurt if a speaker falls.
`` When connecting the speaker wires to the speakers, make sure that the polarity (+/­–) is correct.
`` Keep the subwoofer speaker out of reach of children so as to prevent children from inserting their hands or
alien substances into the duct (hole) of the subwoofer speaker.
`` Do not hang the subwoofer on the wall through the duct (hole).
MM `` If you place a speaker near your TV set, screen colour may be distorted because of the magnetic field
generated by the speaker. If this occurs, place the speaker away from your TV set.
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Connections
Connecting the optional Wireless Receiving mODULE
To connect the rear speakers by wireless, you have to purchase the wireless receiving module and TX card from
your Samsung retailer.
When you have Purchased the Wireless Receiving Module (SWA-4100)
This product (HT-BD1250/HT-BD1252/HT-BD1255) should be connected with the SWA-4100 only.
HT-BD1250
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (L)
Front Speaker (R)
Rear Speaker (L)
Subwoofer
Rear Speaker (R)
WIRELESS RECEIVER MODULE
HT-BD1252
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (L)
Front Speaker (R)
Subwoofer
Rear Speaker (L)
Rear Speaker (R)
WIRELESS RECEIVER MODULE
HT-BD1255
Centre Speaker
Front Speaker (L)
Front Speaker (R)
Subwoofer
Rear Speaker (L)
Rear Speaker (R)
WIRELESS RECEIVER MODULE
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Wireless Receiving Module (SWA-4100)
1. C
onnect the front, centre and Subwoofer speakers to the
Blu-ray Home Cinema, referring to page 21.
3. Connect the left and right rear speakers to the wireless
receiving module.
Slanted side face left
● connections
2. With the Blu-ray Home Cinema turned off, insert the TX card
into the TX Card Connection(WIRELESS) on the back
of the main unit.
• Hold the TX card so that the slanted side faces to the left
and insert the card into the port.
• The TX card enables communication between the main
unit and the wireless receiver.
TX card
4. Plug the power cord of the wireless receiving module
in the wall outlet.
5. Turn on the Blu-ray Home Cinema. The main unit and wireless module will now communicate with
each other and you will hear sound from the rear speakers.
MM `` Place the wireless receiver module at the rear of the listening position. If the wireless
receiver module is too close to the main unit, some sound interruption may be heard due
to interference.
`` If you use a device such as a microwave oven, wireless LAN Card or any other device that
uses the same frequency (5.8GHz) near the system, some sound interruption may be
heard due to interference.
`` The transmission distance from the main unit to the wireless receiving module is about
10m, but may vary depending on your operating environment. If a steel-concrete wall or
metallic wall is between the main unit and the wireless receiver module, the system may
not operate at all, because the radio wave cannot penetrate metal.
`` If the main unit doesn't make wireless connection, the system needs ID Setting between
main unit and wireless receiver module. With the main unit turned off, press the remote
control's number button buttons "0""1""3""5" and the main unit will turn on. With the
wireless receiver module turned on, press "ID SET" button on the back of the unit for
5 seconds.
`` Do not insert any other card except the TX card dedicated to the product.
``
``
``
``
``
``
``
If a different TX card is used, the product may be damaged or the card may not be
removed easily.
Do not insert the TX card upside down or in the reverse direction.
Insert the TX card when the Blu-ray Home Cinema is turned off. Inserting the card when it
is turned on may cause a problem.
If the TX Card is inserted and wireless receiving module setting is complete, sound is not
output from the Rear Speaker connectors on the main unit.
The wireless receiving antenna is built into the wireless receiver module. Keep the unit
away from water and moisture.
For optimal listening performance, make sure that the area around the wireless receiver
module location is clear of any obstructions.
If no sound is heard from the wireless rear speakers, switch the mode to DVD 5.1
channel or Dolby ProLogic II .
In 2-CH mode, no sound will be heard from the wireless rear speakers.
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Connections
Connecting the Video Out to your TV
Choose one of the three methods for connecting to a TV.
METHOD3
(supplied)
METHOD2
METHOD1
METHOD 1 : HDMI (BEST)
Connect the HDMI cable from the HDMI OUT (not supplied) jack on the back of the Blu-ray Home Cinema
to the HDMI IN jack on your TV.
MM `` Certain HDMI output resolutions may not work, depending on your TV.
`` If an HDMI cable is connected from the player to a TV, the Blu-ray Home Cinema’s output is set to
HDMI automatically within 10 seconds.
`` If you are using the Anynet + feature (see page 44) and Component and HDMI are both
connected, HDMI mode is automatically selected.
`` When you connect the player to the TV using the HDMI cable for the first time or to a new TV, the
HDMI output resolution will automatically be set to the highest provided by the TV.
`` If you connect a Samsung TV to the Blu-ray Home Cinema using an HDMI cable, the player can
be easily operated using the TV remote control. (This is only available with Samsung TV's that
support the Anynet+ feature.) (See page 44)
`` If the HDMI cable is connected or removed during playback of a CD-DA, MP3 or JPEG file, the
player will stop playing.
`` After making the video connection, set the Video input source on your TV to match the
corresponding Video output (HDMI, Component or Composite) on your Blu-ray Home Cinema.
See your TV owner's manual for more information on how to select the TV's Video Input source.
`` If you have set the remote control to operate your TV, press the SOURCE button on the remote
control and select HDMI as the external source of the TV.
HDMI Auto Detection Function
The player's video output will automatically change to HDMI mode when connecting an HDMI cable
while power is on. For possible HDMI resolutions, see page 39.
• HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
HDMI is an interface that enables the digital transmission of video and audio data with just a single connector.
Using HDMI, the Blu-ray Home Cinema transmits a digital video and audio signal and displays a vivid picture on a
TV having an HDMI input jack.
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METHOD 2 : Component Video (BETTER)
If your television is equipped with Component Video inputs, connect a Component video cable (not
supplied) from the Component Video Output (Pr, Pb and Y) Jacks on the back of the Blu-ray Home
Cinema to the Component Video Input Jacks on your TV.
MM `` You can select from a variety of resolution settings such as 1080i, 720p, 576p(480p) and 576i(480i),
depending on the disc type. (See page 42)
`` The actual resolution may differ from the setting in the SETUP menu if both Component and HDMI
cables are connected. The resolution may also be different depending on the disc. (See page 42)
`` After making the video connection, set the Video input source on your TV to match the
corresponding Video output (HDMI, Component or Composite) on your Blu-ray Home Cinema.
See your TV owner's manual for more information on how to select the TV's Video Input source.
`` If you have set the remote control to operate your TV, press the SOURCE button on the remote
control and select COMPONENT as the external source of the TV.
`` In DVD playback, if both HDMI and Component jacks are connected and you select the
Component 1080p, 1080i or 720p mode, the Display Setup menu will show the output resolution
as 1080p, 1080i or 720p in the menu.
The resolution is actually 576i(480i).
METHOD 3 : Composite Video (GOOD)
Connect the supplied Video cable from the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of the Blu-ray Home Cinema
to the VIDEO IN jack on your TV.
MM `` The VIDEO source is always output in 576i(480i) resolution regardless of the resolution set in the
SETUP menu. (See page 44)
`` After making the video connection, set the Video input source on your TV to match the
corresponding Video output (HDMI, Component or Composite) on your Blu-ray Home Cinema.
See your TV owner's manual for more information on how to select the TV's Video Input source.
`` If you have set the remote control to operate your TV, press the SOURCE button on the
remote control and select VIDEO as the external source of the TV.
`` Do not connect the unit through a VCR. Video signals fed through VCRs may be affected by
copyright protection systems and the picture will be distorted on the television.
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● connections
BD Wise is Samsung's latest inter-connectivity feature.
- When you connect Samsung products with BD-Wise to each other via HDMI, the optimum resolution will be set
automatically.
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• HDMI connection description
HDMI connector - Supports video and digital audio data.
- HDMI outputs only a pure digital signal to the TV.
- If your TV does not support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), random noise appears on the screen.
• Why does Samsung use HDMI?
Analogue TV's require an analogue video/audio signal. However, when playing a BD/DVD, the data
transmitted to a TV is digital. Therefore either a digital-to-analogue converter (in the Blu-ray Home Cinema) or an
analogue-to-digital converter (in the TV) is required. During this conversion, the picture quality is degraded due to
noise and signal loss. HDMI technology is superior because it requires no D/A conversion and is a pure digital
signal from the player to your TV.
• What is the HDCP?
HDCP (High-band width Digital Content Protection) is a system for protecting BD/DVD content outputted via HDMI
from being copied. It provides a secure digital link between a video source (PC, DVD. etc) and a display device (TV,
projector. etc). Content is encrypted at the source device to prevent unauthorized copies from being made.
• What is Anynet+?
Anynet+ is a convenient function that offers linked operation of this unit through Samsung TV's with the Anynet+ feature.
- If your Samsung TV has an
logo, then it supports the Anynet+ function.
-If you turn on the player and insert a disc, the player will start playing the disc, and the TV will turn on
automatically and switch to HDMI mode.
- If you turn on the player and press the Play button with a disc already inserted, the TV will immediately turn on
and switch to HDMI mode.
• What is BD Wise?
Connections
Connecting Audio from External Components
OPTICAL : Connecting an External Digital Component
Digital signal components such as a Cable Box/Satellite receiver (Set-Top Box).
1. Connect the Digital Input (OPTICAL 1 or OPTICAL 2) on the main unit to the Digital Output of the
external digital component.
2. P
ress the D.IN button on the remote control to select D.IN 1 or D.IN 2 input.
• You can also use the FUNCTION button on the main unit.
The mode switches as follows : BD/DVD ➞ D.IN 1 ➞ D.IN 2 ➞ AUX ➞ FM.
Optical Cable
(not supplied)
MM `` To see video from your Cable Box/Satellite receiver, you must connect it's video output
to a TV.
`` This system supports Digital sampling frequencies of 32 kHz of higher from external digital
components.
`` This system supports only DTS and Dolby digital audio, MPEG audio which is bitstream
cannot be supported.
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AUX : Connecting an External Analogue Component
Analogue signal components such as a VCR.
1. Connect AUX IN (Audio) on the main unit to the Audio Out of the external analogue component.
• Be sure to match connector colours.
● connections
2. P
ress the AUX button on the remote control to select AUX input.
• You can also use the FUNCTION button on the main unit.
The mode switches as follows : BD/DVD ➞ D.IN 1 ➞ D.IN 2 ➞ AUX ➞ FM.
Audio Cable (not supplied)
If the external analogue component has
only one Audio Out, connect either left
or right.
MM `` You can connect the Video Output jack of your VCR to the TV, and connect the Audio
Output jacks of the VCR to this product.
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Connections
Connecting to THE NETWORK
To access network service or upgrade the current firmware, you must make one of the following connections.
By connecting to a network, you can access the BD-LIVE service and software upgrades from Samsung’s update
server.
Case 1 : Connecting a Direct LAN Cable to your Modem
1. Using the Direct LAN Cable (UTP cable, not supplied), connect the LAN terminal of the Blu-ray Disc
Player to the LAN terminal of your modem.
To LAN port
Broadband modem
(with integrated router)
Connecting using a router
(e.g. DSL)
Router
Broadband modem
Or
Broadband
service
To LAN port
To LAN port
Broadband
service
MM `` Internet access to Samsung’s update server may not be allowed, depending on the router you
use or the ISP’s policy.
For more information, contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
`` For DSL users, please use a router to make a network connection.
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Case 2 : Connecting to a Wireless IP sharer
You can connect to network with a Wireless IP sharer. See page 52 for Wireless Network Setup.
Modem Port
● connections
Wireless IP sharer
Modem Cable
Wireless LAN
Adapter
(not supplied)
MM `` This unit is compatible with only Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter. (not supplied)
(Model name: WIS09ABGN).
- The Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter is sold separately.
- Contact a Samsung Electronics agent or service center for purchasing.
`` You must use a wireless IP sharer that supports IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n. (n is recommended
for stable operation of the wireless network.)
`` Wireless LAN, in its nature, may cause interference, depending on the use condition (AP
performance, distance, obstacle, interference by other radio devices, etc).
`` Set the wireless IP sharer to Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc mode is not supported.
`` When applying the security key for the AP (wireless IP sharer), only the following is
supported.
1)Authentication Mode : WEP, WPAPSK, WPA2PSK
2)Encryption Type : WEP, TKIP, AES
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Connections
Connecting the FM Antenna
1. Connect the FM antenna supplied to the FM 75Ω COAXIAL Jack.
2. Slowly move the antenna wire around until you find a location where reception is good, then fasten it
to a wall or other rigid surface.
FM Antenna
(supplied)
MM ``
This unit does not receive AM broadcasts.
Cooling Fan
The cooling fan supplies cool air to the unit to prevent overheating.
Please observe the following cautions for your safety.
• Make sure the unit is well-ventilated. If the unit has poor ventilation, the temperature inside the unit may rise
and may damage it.
• Do not obstruct the cooling fan or ventilation holes. (If the cooling fan or ventilation holes are covered with a
newspaper or cloth, heat may build up inside the unit and fire may result.)
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Basic functions of your Blu-ray Home Cinema
This section introduces basic playback functions and playback by disc type.
Before Playing
● basic functions
• Turn on your TV and set it to the correct Video Input (the input the Blu-ray Home Cinema is connected to).
• If you connected an external Audio System, turn on your Audio System and set it to the correct Audio Input.
After plugging in the player, the first time you press the
POWER button, this screen comes up:
If you want to select a language, press a NUMBER button.
(This screen will only appear when you plug in the player for
the first time.) If the language for the startup screen is not set,
the settings may change whenever you turn the power on or
off. Therefore, make sure that you select the language you
want to use. Once you select a menu language, you can
change it by pressing the STOP (@) button on the front panel
of the unit for more than 5 seconds with no disc in the unit.
Then the MENU LANGUAGE SELECTION window appears
again where you can reset your preferred language.
MENU LANGUAGE SELECTION
Press 1 for English
Pulsar 2 para Español
Touche 3 pour Français
Drücken Sie 4 für Deutsch
Premere 5 per Italiano
Druk op 6 voor Nederlands
Macrovision : BBS42
MM `` Discs which can be played on this player (For the following discs, the ability to play back
may depend on recording conditions.)
• BD-ROM
• BD-RE
• BD-R
• DVD-R
• DVD-RW (V mode)
• CD-RW/CD-R
• The unit may not play certain CD-RW/CD-R and DVD-R due to the disc type or
recording conditions.
`` Discs which cannot be played on this player.
• HD DVD
• DVD+RW
• DVD+R
• DVD-ROM
• DVD-RAM • CDV
• CD-ROM
• CVD
• CD-I
• Super Audio CD(except CD layer)
• CDGs play audio only, not graphics.
`` Blu-ray is a new and evolving format. Accordingly, disc compatibility issues with new and
existing format discs are possible. Not all discs are compatible and not every disc will
playback.
For additional information, refer to the Disc Type and Characteristics and Compliance and
Compatibility Notice sections of this Manual. If you encounter compatibility problems,
please contact SAMSUNG customer care center.
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Basic functions of your Blu-ray Home Cinema
On-Screen Menu NavigatioN
System Information
System Setup
Time Zone
Clock Set
Video
Language Setup
Audio
Subtitle
Music
Disc Menu
Photo
Menu
Setup
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
Dynamic Compression
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Management
TV Aspect
Movie Frame (24 Fs)
Resolution
Progressive Mode
AV Sync
Test Tone
Speaker Distance
Sound Edit
Still Mode
Screen Message
Anynet + (HDMI-CEC)
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Network Selection
Cable Network
Wireless Network
Proxy
HDMI Format
BD Wise
Picture Mode
HDMI Audio
NTP Server
Network Connection Test
BD-LIVE Internet Connection
Parental Setup
Parental Lock
Rating Level
New Password
Playing a Disc
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button.
2. Place a disc gently into the tray with the disc’s label facing up.
3. Press the PLAY button or OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
MM `` When you stop disc play, the player remembers where you stopped, so when you press
PLAY button again, it will pick up where you left off. This is called the "Resume" function.
With some Blu-ray discs(BD-J), this function may not work.
`` Press the STOP button twice during playback to disable the Resume function.
`` To pause the playback, press the PAUSE button during playback.
To resume, press the PLAY button.
`` If the player is left in the stop mode more than 5 minutes without any user interface, a
screen saver will appear on your TV. If the player is left in the screen saver mode for more
than 30 minutes, the power will automatically turn off except during playback of an CD-DA
(Automatic Power-Off Function).
`` If no buttons are pressed on the unit or remote control for more than 5 minutes when the
unit is in Pause mode, operation will stop (except for some Blu-ray Discs).
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SETTING THE SOUND
Setting the Power On / Off Melody Sound
A Melody sound can be set so it is heard each time you turn the player on or off.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or ► button.
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
System Information
Time Zone
Clock Set
System Setup
_
Power On/Off sound : On On
Language Setup
BD Data Management
Audio Setup
DivX(R) Registration
Display Setup
System Update
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Power On/Off sound, then
press the ENTER or ► button.
Network Setup
+
Off
● basic functions
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Setup, then press
the ENTER or ► button.
HDMI Setup
Parental Setup
5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select On or Off, then press the
ENTER or ► button.
6. Press the MENU button to exit the setup menu.
Using the Search and Skip Functions
During play, you can search quickly through a chapter or track, and use the skip function to jump to the next selection.
Searching through a Chapter or Track
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During playback, press the SEARCH (
) button.
Each time you press the SEARCH button, the playback speed will change as follows.
BD-ROM, BD-RE, BD-R, DVD-VIDEO,
DVD-RW, DVD-R
) X 2  ) X 4  ) X 8  ) X 16  ) X 32  ) X 128
( X 2  ( X 4  ( X 8  ( X 16  ( X 32  ( X 128
• You can scan the program in reverse.
• To return to normal speed playback, press the PLAY button.
MM `` No sound is heard during search mode.
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Skipping Tracks
During playback, press the SKIP (
) button.
) button, it moves to the next chapter.
When playing a Blu-ray Disc/DVD, if you press the SKIP (
If you press the SKIP (
) button, it moves to the beginning of the chapter. One more press makes it
move to the beginning of the previous chapter.
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Basic functions of your Blu-ray Home Cinema
Slow Motion Play/Step Motion Play
Slow Motion Play
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In pause or step mode, press the SLOW button on the
remote control for Slow Motion play.
• If you press the SLOW button, * 1/8 * 1/4 * 1/2
• To return to normal speed playback, press the
PLAY ( ) button.
MM `` This (
) icon indicates an invalid button press.
`` No sound is heard during slow mode.
`` Slow motion operates only in the forward direction.
Step Motion Play
Press the STEP button on the remote control during play for Step
Motion play.
• Each time the button is pressed a new frame will appear.
• When the STEP button is pressed, the next frame will be
activated.
• Press the PLAY ( ) button to resume normal play.
MM `` No sound is heard during step mode.
`` Step motion operates only in the forward direction.
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System setup
Setting the Clock
Choose your time zone
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Setup, then press
the ENTER or + button.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Time Zone, then press the
ENTER or + button.
System Information
System Setup
_
Time Zone
+
Language Setup
Clock Set
Audio Setup
Power On/Off sound : On
Display Setup
BD data management
HDMI Setup
DivX(R) Registration
Network Setup
System Update
Parental Setup
5. Use the _ + button to place the cursor to the appropriate
time zone for your area and press the ENTER button.
Music
Time Zone
Photo
Setup
DVD
System Information
System Setup
_
Time Zone
+
Language Setup
Clock Set
Audio Setup
Power On/Off sound : On
Display Setup
Touch Key Sound
: On
HDMI Setup
_
BD Data Management
Network SetupGMT + 00:00
System Update
London, Lisbon
Parental Setup
Save
+
Return
MM `` To set the time automatically, set the NTP server to On (see page 53).
Set the clock
To setup, follow steps 1 through 3 above.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Clock Set, then press the
ENTER or + button.
Music
System Information
Photo
Setup
DVD
Time Zone
System Setup
_
Clock Set
Language Setup
Power On/Off sound : On
Audio Setup
BD data management
Display Setup
DivX(R) Registration
HDMI Setup
System Update
+
Network Setup
Parental Setup
5. Press the _ + buttons to move to “da.”(date), “hr” (hour),
“min” (minute) and “am/pm”. Set the date and time by
pressing the ▲▼ buttons, then press the ENTER button.
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
System Information
Time Zone
Clock Set
System Setup _ Clock Set
da.
hr.
min.
Power On/Off sound : On
Language Setup
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: On
Audio Setup
Display Setup
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HDMI Setup
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● system setup
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
Language setup
Setting up the Language Options
Once you set the audio, subtitle, disc menu and player menu language options, they will be applied automatically
every time you watch a movie.
MM `` If you want to choose a different audio and subtitle language while playing a disc, you can
also use the disc menu to make the selection.
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2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
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Language Setup
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1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
Audio Setup
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Language Setup, then
press the ENTER or + button.
Language setup menu will be displayed.
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Language Setup_
Audio
: Original
Audio Setup
Subtitle
: Auto
Display Setup
Disc Menu
:English
HDMI Setup
Menu
: Auto
Language Setup_
Audio
: Original
Original
Audio Setup
Subtitle
Display Setup
Disc Menu
HDMI Setup
Menu
English
: Auto
Français
:English
Deutsch
: Auto
Español
Italiano
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4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired language
option, press the ENTER or + button.
• Audio : For the disc audio language.
• Subtitle : For the disc subtitles.
• Disc Menu : For the disc menu contained on the disc
• Menu : For the on-screen menu of your Blu-ray Home
Cinema.
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5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired language, then press the ENTER button.
MM `` Press the RETURN or _ button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to
exit the menu.
`` The selected language will only appear if it is supported on the disc.
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Audio setup
Setting up the Speaker Options
Dynamic Compression
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HDMI Setup
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● audio setup
This is only active when a Dolby Digital signal is detected.
• On : When Movie soundtracks are played at low volume or
from smaller speakers, the system can apply appropriate
compression to make low-level content more intelligible and
prevent dramatic passages from getting too loud.
• Off : You can enjoy the movie with the standard Dynamic
Range.
Speaker Distance
Parental Setup
Sound Edit
AV Sync
Video may look slower than the audio when the player is
connected to a digital TV. If this occurs, adjust the audio
delay time to match the video.
• You can set the audio delay time between 0 ms and 300 ms.
Set it to the optimal status.
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Dynamic Compression: On
Language Setup
Audio Setup
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: 50msec
0msec
25msec
Display Setup
Test Tone
HDMI Setup
Speaker Distance
Network Setup
50msec
75msec
Sound Edit
Parental Setup
100msec
125msec
Setting the Test Tone
Use the Test Tone feature to check the speaker connections.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the $% buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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Audio Setup
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HDMI Setup
Test Tone
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Dynamic Compression: On
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AV Sync
Language Setup
Audio Setup
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: 50msec
Speaker Distance
Parental Setup
4. Press the $% buttons to select Test Tone, then press the
ENTER or + button.
Dynamic Compression: On
Display Setup
Network Setup
3. Press the $% buttons to select Audio Setup, then press
the ENTER or + button.
• Audio setup menu will be displayed.
5. Press the RED(A) button
• A test tone will be sent to L ; C ; R ; SR ; SL ;
LFE in order so you can make sure the speakers are set
up correctly.
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6. To end the test tone, press the RED (A) button again.
MM `` Press the RETURN button to return to the previous
menu.
`` When playing a BD/DVD or CD, this will work only in
Stop mode.
`` Use this function to check that each speaker is
correctly connected and that there is no problem.
`` When HDMI AUDIO is on (audio is produced through
TV speakers), the TEST TONE function is not
available.
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Dynamic Compression: On
System Setup
Test Tone
AV Sync
Language Setup
Audio Setup
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Test Tone
: 50msec
:Present
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Subwoofer
:Present
Speaker Distance
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Center
Sound Edit
:Present
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Audio setup
Setting up the Speaker Options
Setting the Speaker Distance
If the speakers cannot be placed at equal distances from the listening position, you can adjust the delay
time of the audio signals from the front, subwoofer, centre, surround speakers.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the $% buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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3. Press the $% buttons to select Audio Setup,
then press the ENTER or + button.
System Setup
Language Setup
Audio Setup
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Dynamic Compression: On
Display Setup
AV Sync
HDMI Setup
Test Tone
Network Setup
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: 50msec
Speaker Distance
Parental Setup
Sound Edit
• Audio setup menu will be displayed.
4. Press the $% buttons to select Speaker Distance,
then press the ENTER or + button.
5. Press the $% buttons to select the desired Speaker,
then press the _+ buttons to set the Speaker Distance.
Dynamic Compression: On
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• You can set the Speaker Distance between 0.3m and 9m.
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6. When done, use the $%_+ buttons to select Save,
then press the ENTER button.
If you don’t want to save your settings, use the $%_+
buttons to select Cancel, then press the ENTER button.
Dynamic Compression: On
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Setup
Distance
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Center
Speaker Distance10ft (3.0m)
Sound Edit
▲
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MOVE
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10ft (3.0m)
HDMI Setup
Surround Network Setup
Parental Setup
Save
▲
▼
: 50msec
Test Tone
10ft (3.0m)
Cancel
ADJUST
RETURN
MM `` Press the RETURN button to return to the previous menu.
Setting the Sound Edit
You can adjust the balance and level for each speaker.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the $% buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
3. Press the $% buttons to select Audio Setup, then
press the ENTER or + button.
• Audio setup menu will be displayed.
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Language Setup
Audio Setup
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Dynamic Compression: On
Display Setup
AV Sync
HDMI Setup
Test Tone
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Speaker Distance
Sound Edit
: 50msec
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4. Press the $% buttons to select Sound Edit,
then press the ENTER or + button.
5. Press the $% buttons to select the desired Speaker,
then press the _+ button to adjust the settings.
AV Sync
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6. When done, use the $%_+ buttons to select Save,
then press the ENTER button.
If you don’t want to save your settings, use the $%_+
buttons to select Cancel, then press the ENTER button.
Network Setup
Parental Setup
● audio setup
MM `` Press the RETURN butt on to return to the previous menu.
Adjusting Front/Surround Speaker Balance
• You can select between 0, -6, and OFF.
• The volume decreases as you move closer to –6.
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AV Sync
: 50msec
Speaker Edit
Test Tone
System Setup
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Speaker Distance
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Network Setup
Adjusting Centre/Surround/Subwoofer Speaker Level
Parental Setup
Save
▲
▼
MOVE
▲
▼
• The volume level can be adjusted in steps from +6dB to
6dB.
ADJUST
Cancel
RETURN
• The sound gets louder as you move closer to +6dB and quieter as you get closer to -6dB.
DSP(Smart Sound) Function
This will regulate and stabilize the volume level against a
drastic volume change when changing channels or during a
scene transition.
Press the DSP button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the selection changes as
follows:
S.SOUND ON  S.SOUND OFF
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Display setup
Setting up the display Options
This function allows you to setup the TV screen settings. This function depends on the disc or TV type. It may not
work with some discs or TV's.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Display Setup, then press
the ENTER or + button.
Video setup menu will be displayed.
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4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired display option
from the options on the following pages.
5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired sub-menu
item from a video display option, then press the ENTER
button.
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6. Each video option is described in detail below.
System Setup
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Audio Setup
Display Setup
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TV Aspect
: 16:9 Normal
HDMI Setup
Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off
Network Setup
Resolution
Parental Setup
Progressive Mode : Auto
MM `` Press the RETURN or _ button to return to the previous
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: 1080p
Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Message
: On
menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
TV Aspect
You may want to adjust the screen setting, depending on the type of television you have. (aspect ratio)
• 4:3 Letter Box :
Select when you want to see the total 16:9
ratio screen Blu-ray Disc/DVD supplies,
even though you have a TV with a 4:3 ratio
screen. Black bars will appear at the top
and bottom of the screen.
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• 4:3 Pan-Scan :
Select when you want to see the 16:9 video
supplied by the Blu-ray Disc/DVD without the
black bars on top and bottom, even though you
have a TV with a 4:3 ratio screen(extreme left and
right portion of the movie picture will be cut off).
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TV Aspect
: 16:94:3
Normal
Letter Box
Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off 4:3 Pan-Scan
16:9 Wide
Resolution
: 1080p
16:9 Normal
Progressive Mode : Auto
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Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Message
: On
• 16:9 Wide :
You can view the full 16:9 picture on your widescreen TV.
• 16:9 Normal :
Certain movies(4:3 source) will be displayed in 4:3 Pillarbox (black bars on sides of picture)
if 16:9 normal is selected.
MM `` Some aspect ratios may not be available, depending on the disc type.
`` If you select an aspect ratio which is different than the aspect ratio of your TV screen, then
the picture might appear to be distorted.
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Movies are usually filmed at 24 frames per second. Some
Blu-ray Discs have the capability of playing back at this frame
rate. Setting the Movie Frame (24Fs) feature to ON allows you
to adjust the Blu-ray Home Cinema's HDMI output to 24
frames per second for improved picture quality.
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Movie Frame (24 Fs)
System Setup
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Display Setup
TV Aspect
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: 16:9 Normal
Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off On
HDMI Setup
Resolution
Network Setup
Progressive Mode : Auto
Parental Setup
Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Message
: On
You can enjoy the Movie Frame (24Fs) feature only on a TV
supporting this frame rate.
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This menu can only be selected in 1080i or 1080p HDMI
output resolution modes.
Two types of frame rates may be included, depending on the disc: Movie material (24 frame) and Video
material (30 frame). When the setting switches between Movie (24 frame) and Video (30 frame), the
screen may blink for a few seconds.
Resolution
Sets the output resolution of the HDMI and Component video
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• The number in 576i/480i, 576p/480p, 720p, 1080p and
1080i indicates the number of lines of video. The i and p
indicate interlace and progressive scan, respectively.
- BD Wise : Automatically sets the optimal resolution when connected via HDMI to a TV with the BD Wise feature. (The BD Wise menu item appears only
if BD Wise is set to On.)
- 1080p : Outputs 1080 lines of progressive video (HDMI only).
- 1080i : Outputs 1080 lines of interlaced video.
- 720p : Outputs 720 lines of progressive video.
- 576p/480p : Outputs 576(480) lines of progressive video.
-576i/480i : Outputs 480 lines of interlaced video (Component only).
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If the connected TV does not support Movie Frame or the
selected resolution, you will see the following message:
If you select Yes and the resolution is not supported, the TV's
screen will be blank. Please wait for 15 seconds and
the resolution will revert to the previous value automatically.
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Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off
Display Setup
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Resolution
: 16:9 Normal
: 1080p
1080p
Network Setup
1080i
Progressive Mode : Auto
720p
Still Mode
: Auto
Parental Setup
Screen Message
: On 576p/480p
576i/480i
TV Aspect
: 16:9 Normal
System Setup
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Movie after
Frame
Fs) : Off
If no pictures are shown
the(24selection,
please
wait for_ 15 Resolution
seconds. And then, : 1080p
Display
Setup
the resolution will be reverted
Progressive Mode : Auto
HDMI Setup
to the previous value automatically.
Still Mode
: Auto
Network Setup
Would you like to make a selection?
Screen Message : On
Parental Setup
Yes
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No
MM `` If the screen is blank, press and hold the STOP (@) button on the front of the player for
more than 5 seconds (no disc inserted). All settings are restored to the factory default.
Follow the steps on the previous page to access each mode and select the Display Setup
that your TV will support.
`` When the factory default settings are restored, all the user data stored in the BD data will
be deleted.
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Display setup
Setting up the Video display/output Options
Resolution according to the output mode
• Blu-ray Disc playback
HDMI
Component
(HDMI&Comp. connected / Comp.
connected only)
Video
1080p, Movie Frame(24Fs)
off
1080p@60F
1080i
576i(480i)
1080p/1080i, Movie
Frame (24Fs) on
1080p@24F
576i(480i) / 1080i
576i(480i)
1080i, Movie Frame (24Fs)
off
1080i
1080i
576i(480i)
720p
720p
720p
576i(480i)
576p(480p)
576p(480p)
576p(480p)
576i(480i)
576i(480i)
576p(480p)
576i(480i)
576i(480i)
HDMI
Component
(HDMI&Comp. connected / Comp.
connected only)
Video
1080p
1080p@60F
576i(480i) / 576p(480p)
576i(480i)
1080i
1080i
576i(480i) / 576p(480p)
576i(480i)
720p
720p
576i(480i) / 576p(480p)
576i(480i)
576p(480p)
576p(480p)
576i(480i) / 576p(480p)
576i(480i)
576i(480i)
576p(480p)
576i(480i)
576i(480i)
Output
Setup
• DVD playback
Output
Setup
MM `` In DVD playback, if both HDMI and Component jacks are connected and you select the
Component 1080p, 1080i or 720p mode, the Display Setup menu will show the output
resolution as 1080p, 1080i or 720p in the menu.
The resolution is actually 576i(480i).
`` This player has the HDMI Auto Detect Feature. When the player is first connected to a TV
via HDMI, the player's output will be set automatically to HDMI.
`` If the HDMI Auto Detection feature does not work, you can't select the 1080p resolution or
Movie Frame (24Fs).
`` The Blu-ray Disc must have the 24 frame feature in order to use the Movie Frame (24Fs)
mode.
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The Progressive Mode helps to improve picture quality when
viewing 576i(480i) resolution DVD discs.
• Auto : Select this to have the player automatically set the
best picture for the DVD you're watching.
• Video : Select this for the best picture from Concert or TV
show DVDs.
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TV Aspect
: 16:9 Normal
Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off
Resolution
: 1080p
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Progressive Mode :PCMAuto
Still Mode
:AutoVideo
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Frame & Field bar
Still Mode
Set the Auto, Field or Frame setting for the best possible still
picture (pause mode) from a DVD.
• Auto: Select this setting to have the player automatically
display the best Still picture depending on the content.
• Field Mode: Select this when pausing a scene with a lot of
action.
• Frame Mode: Select this to increase the resolution of the
Still picture.
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Movie Frame (24 Fs) : Off
Resolution
: 1080p
Progressive Mode : Auto
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Still Mode
Screen Message
: Auto
Auto
: On Field
Frame
Resolution
: 1080p
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Screen Message
• On : Displays messages related to operation mode.
• Off : Does not display messages related to operation mode.
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Still Mode
: Auto
Screen Message
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Off
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HDMI setup
Setting up the HDMI setup options
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select HDMI Setup, then press
the ENTER or + button.
HDMI setup menu will be displayed.
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2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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Parental Setup
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired display option,
then press the ENTER or + button.
MM `` Press the RETURN or _ button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Samsung products only
What is Anynet+?
Anynet+ is a convenient function that offers linked operations with other Samsung products with the
Anynet+ feature.
You can operate this unit using a Samsung TV remote control or power on your Samsung TV and Home
cinema and start disc playback simply by pressing the PLAY button on the TV’s remote.
MM `` This function is not available if the HDMI cable does not support CEC.
To use Anynet+
1. Connect the Blu-ray Home Cinema to a Samsung TV with an HDMI cable. (See pages 24~25)
2. Set the Anynet+ function on your TV. (See the TV instruction manual for more information.)
Anynet+ Functions
• One touch play
You can power on your Samsung TV and Home Cinema, and play the disc in this unit simply by
pressing the PLAY button on the TV’s remote.
• One touch watching
Select “Watching Blu-ray Home Theater” or “Connected to Blu-ray Home Theater” (depending on
your TV's menu) in the Anynet+ menu on the TV. The Blu-ray Home Cinema will automatically turn on
and the TV will be switched to HDMI mode.
• Remote control Link
You can operate this player with your Samsung TV remote control.
• Available buttons on the Samsung TV remote: These buttons work the same as this Blu-ray Home
Cinema's remote control.
- Playback control buttons :
- Menu operation button :
- Numeric buttons : ~
- Colour buttons :
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When you press the Anynet+ button on your Samsung TV's remote
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control, the following On-Screen Display (OSD) will be shown.
THEATER
View
TV
• Blu-ray Home Cinema Menu
Select Device
Record
- When playing a movie : brings up the disc’s menu (same Menu on Device
as DISC MENU button on the Blu-ray Home Cinema’s Device Operation
Receiver : Off
remote control)
Setup
- In Stop mode : brings up the SETUP menu (same as the Move
Enter
Exit
MENU button on the Blu-ray Home Cinema’s remote control.)
• Blu-ray Home Cinema Operation Menu
- When playing a DVD VIDEO, DVD-RW/-R, BD-ROM, BD-RE :
shows INFO OSD (same as INFO button on the player's remote control)
● HDMI setup
MM `` These menus may look different depending on your Samsung TV.
HDMI Format
You can optimize the HDMI output for connection to a TV or
Monitor.
• TV : Select if connected to a TV via HDMI.
• Monitor : Select if connected to a Monitor via HDMI.
If the player is connected to a TV, the Monitor option is unavailable.
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Anynet + (HDMI-CEC) : On
HDMI Format
:Tv TV
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BD Wise
: On Monitor
Parental Setup
Picture Mode
: Dynamic
HDMI Audio
: Off
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MM `` TV or monitor has to be connected to the player before you select this option.
BD Wise
BD Wise is Samsung's latest inter-connectivity feature.
When you connect Samsung products with BD-Wise to each
other via HDMI, the optimum resolution will be set
automatically.
• On : The original resolution of the BD/DVD disc will be
output to the TV direct.
• Off : The output resolution will be fixed according to the
Resolution previously set, regardless of the resolution of the
disc.
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Anynet + (HDMI-CEC) : On
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:TV
BD Wise
:PCM
On
Off
: Dynamic
Picture Mode
HDMI Audio
►
: Off
MM `` If you want to change the resolution when you set BD Wise on, you must set BD Wise to Off in advance.
`` If you set BD Wise to off, the resolution of the connected TV will be automatically adjusted to its maximum
resolution.
`` If the player is connected to a device that does not support BD Wise, you can not use the BD wise function.
`` For a proper operation of BD Wise, set BD Wise to ON in the menus of the player and the TV.
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HDMI setup
Setting up the HDMI setup options
Picture Mode
This function enables you to adjust video quality when you are
connected to a TV via HDMI.
• Dynamic : Choose this setting to increase Sharpness.
• Normal : Choose this setting for most viewing applications.
• Movie : This is the best setting for watching movies.
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Anynet + (HDMI-CEC) : On
HDMI Format
:TV
BD Wise
:On
Picture Mode
: Dynamic
Dynamic
HDMI Audio
Normal
: Off
Movie
HDMI Audio
The audio signals transmitted over the HDMI Cable can be toggled ON/OFF.
• On : Both video and audio signals are transmitted over the
HDMI connection cable, and audio is output through
your TV speakers only.
• Off : Video is transmitted over the HDMI connection cable
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only, and audio is output through the Blu-ray Home Cinema
speakers only.
MM `` The default setting of this function is HDMI Audio Off.
`` HDMI AUDIO is automatically down-mixed to 2ch for TV speakers.
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BD Wise
Picture Mode
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:On
: Dynamic
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Parental setup
Setting up the Parental Lock
The Parental Lock function works in conjunction with Blu-ray Disc/DVDs that have been assigned a rating which
helps you control the types of Blu-ray Disc/DVDs that your family watches. There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Parental Setup, then
press the ENTER or + button.
When you operate your Blu-ray Home Cinema for the first
time, the “Enter New password.” message will be
displayed.
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Enter New password.
Return
0.9 Number
4. Enter the 4-digit password using the number buttons on
the remote control.
The “Confirm the password.” message will be displayed.
Enter your password again.
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Confirm the password.
Return
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5. Press the ENTER or + button to select Parental Lock.
6. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select On or Off, then press the
ENTER button.
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Parental Lock
: Off
Rating Level
: 1(Kids)
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New Password
MM `` Press the RETURN or _ button to return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to
exit the menu.
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Parental setup
Setting up the Parental Lock
If you forgot your password
1. Remove the disc.
2. Press and hold the STOP (@) button on the front panel for 5 seconds or more.
• All settings will revert to the factory settings.
MM `` When the factory default settings are restored, all the user data stored in the BD data will
be deleted.
Setting the Rating Level
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Rating Level, then press
the ENTER or + button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the rating level you want,
then press the ENTER button. For example, if you select
up to Level 6, discs that contain Level 7, 8 will not play.
A larger number indicates that the program is intended for
adult use only.
Level 1 is the most restrictive and Level 8 is the least.
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Photo
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Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
_
Parental Lock
: Off
Rating Level
: 1(Kids)
8(Adults)
New Password
+
7
6
5
4
3
2
1(Kids)
Changing the Password
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select New Password, then
press the ENTER or + button.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
2. Enter the 4-digit password using the number buttons on
the remote control. The “Enter New password.” message
will be displayed.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Parental Lock
: Off
Network Setup
Rating Level
: 1(Kids)
Parental Setup
_
New Password
+
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Parental Lock
Rating Level
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Parental Setup _ New Password
: Off
: 1(Kids)
+
Enter New password.
0.9 Number
3. Enter your password again using the number buttons on
the remote control.
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Photo
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Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Parental Lock
Rating Level
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Parental Setup _ New Password
Confirm the password.
0.9 Number
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Return
: Off
: 1(Kids)
+
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Network setup
SETTING UP THE NETWORK SETUP OPTIONS
To obtain information on the proper settings, check the network settings on your computer or contact
your Internet provider.
To set the network of your Blu-ray Home Cinema, follow the steps below.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or ► button.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
● network setup
1. With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the
MENU button.
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
_
Parental Setup
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Network Setup, then
press the ENTER or ► button.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired network
option from the options described below, then press the
ENTER or ► button.
5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the ENTER button.
Each network option is described in detail below.
Network Selection
Select Cable or Wireless as the method to connect to
network.
To setup, follow steps 1~3 above.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
_
Parental Setup
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Network Selection, then
press the ENTER or ► button.
• Cable : Select this to connect to the network using a
cable. (see page 28)
• Wireless : Select this to connect to the network
wirelessly. (see page 29)
Network Selection: Cable
►
Cable Network
Wireless Network
Proxy
NTP Server
: Off
Network Connection Test
BD-LIVE
Connection
: Allow (Valid Only)
Cable Network
To setup, follow steps 1~3 above.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Cable Network, then
press the ENTER or + button.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Selection: Cable
Network Setup
_
Parental Setup
Cable Network
►
Wireless Network
Proxy
NTP Server
: Off
Network Connection Test
5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select DHCP, then press the
ENTER button.
BD-LIVE
Connection
: Allow (Valid Only)
MM `` If DHCP is set to On, you can't select IP Address,
Subnet Mask or Gateway.
`` If DNS is set to Auto, you can’t select Primary/
Secondary DNS.
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Music
Photo
Setup
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Cable Network
HDMI Setup
DHCP
Network Setup
IP Address
ParentalMask
Setup
Subnet
_
Network Selection: Cable
: On
Cable Network
: 000 . 000 . 000 . 000
Wireless
Network
: 255
. 255 . 255
. 000
Gateway
Proxy
: 000
. 000 . 000 . 000
DNS
NTP Server
: Auto
Primary DNS
Network
Connection
Test
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
+
: Off
Secondary DNS : 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Save
Cancel
Select
Return
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Network setup
SETTING UP THE NETWORK SETUP OPTIONS
6. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select a desired item, then
press the ENTER button.
• If DHCP is set to Off and, DNS to Manual, enter
your IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and
Primary DNS settings (Secondary DNS is optional).
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Cable Network
HDMI Setup
DHCP
Network Setup
IP Address
ParentalMask
Setup
Subnet
_
Network Selection: Cable
: Off
Cable Network
: 000 . 000 . 000 . 000
Wireless
Network
: 255
. 255 . 255
. 000
Gateway
Proxy
: 000
. 000 . 000 . 000
DNS
NTP Server
: Manual
Primary DNS
Network
Connection
Test
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
+
: Off
Secondary DNS : 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Yes
No
Select
Return
Setup available
• If DHCP is set to On and, DNS to Manual, enter
your Primary DNS setting (Secondary DNS is
optional).
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Cable Network
HDMI Setup
DHCP
Network Setup
IP Address
ParentalMask
Setup
Subnet
_
Network Selection: Cable
: On
Cable Network
: 000 . 000 . 000 . 000
Wireless
Network
: 255
. 255 . 255
. 000
Gateway
Proxy
: 000
. 000 . 000 . 000
DNS
NTP Server
: Manual
Primary DNS
Network
Connection
Test
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
+
: Off
Secondary DNS : 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Yes
No
Select
Return
Setup available
Setup not available
• If DHCP is set to On and, DNS to Auto, you don’t
need further or additional settings.
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Music
Photo
Setup
you select an item, use the number
MM `` When
and ▲▼_ + buttons.
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Cable Network
HDMI Setup
DHCP
Network Setup
IP Address
ParentalMask
Setup
Subnet
_
Network Selection: Cable
: On
Cable Network
: 000 . 000 . 000 . 000
Wireless
Network
: 255
. 255 . 255
. 000
Gateway
Proxy
: 000
. 000 . 000 . 000
DNS
NTP Server
: Auto
Primary DNS
Network
Connection
Test
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
+
: Off
Secondary DNS : 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Yes
No
`` If the automatic settings don’t work, contact
your ISP.
Select
Return
Setup not available
7. When done, use the ▲▼ buttons to select Save, then press the ENTER button.
8. If you don’t want to save your work, use the ▲▼_ + buttons to select Cancel, then press the
ENTER button.
MM `` The IP address used in this manual is for illustrative purposes only. You must refer to your
network settings for the actual IP address.
`` To obtain settings for IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and Primary DNS, check the
network settings in your computer or contact your internet service provider.
Wireless Network
To setup, follow steps 1~3 on page 49.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Wireless Network, then
press the ENTER or ► button.
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
Audio Setup
Network Selection: Wireless
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Cable Network
_
Wireless Network
+
Proxy
NTP Server
: Off
Network Connection Test
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
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Music
Photo
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Access Point
Network Setup
DHCP
Parental
Setup
IP
Address
Setup
DVD
MM `` If DHCP is set to On, you can't select IP Address,
Subnet Mask or Gateway.
`` If DNS is set to Auto, you can’t select Primary/
Proxy
: 255
. 255 . 255 . 000
NTP
Server
: 000
. 000
. 000 . 000
DNS
Network Connection Test
: Auto
DNS Server
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Select
Photo
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Access Point
Network Setup
DHCP
Parental
Setup
IP
Address
_
Music
Photo
Proxy
: 255
. 255 . 255 . 000
NTP
Server
: 000
. 000
. 000 . 000
DNS
Network Connection Test
: Auto
DNS Server
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Select
Return
DisplayAccess
Setup Point – Security
HDMI Setup
OPEN
Network Setup
WEP
Parental Setup
WPAPSK
1
2
3
Network Selection: Cable
Cable Network
_
+
Wireless Network
Proxy
WPA2PSK
NTP Server
: Off
Network Connection Test
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Select
- Enter in the Password then press the BLUE (D)
button to connect to your access point (Router).
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Audio Setup
Display SetupPassword
HDMI Setup
_
1
Parental Setup
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U V W
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1 2 3
! @ #
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Wireless Network
I J K L M N O P
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Z a b c d e f
o NTP
p q Server
r s t u v : Off
5 6 7 8 9 0 − _
Test
% Network
^ & ( Connection
) / ? |
cBD-LIVE
Clear
d
Save Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Select
Return
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Access Point
Network Setup
DHCP
Parental
Setup
IP
Address
_
Network Selection: Cable
: Not Selected
Cable Network
: Off
Wireless
Network
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
Subnet Mask
Proxy
: 255
. 255 . 255 . 000
Gateway
NTP
Server
: 000
. 000
. 000 . 000 : Off
DNS
Network Connection Test
: Manual
DNS Server
Save
3
Cable Network
_
Connection
For further details on AP security, refer to the AP’s (Router)
user manual.
2
Network Selection: Cable
Network Setup
A B C D
Q R S T
g h i j
w x y z
+ = . ~
a Back Space
• If DHCP is set to Off and, DNS to Manual, enter your IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS Server.
: Off
Audio Setup
Setup
DVD
+
Gateway
Save
Network Selection: Cable
: Not Selected
Cable Network
: On
Wireless
Network
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
Subnet Mask
Return
Audio Setup
Setup
DVD
: Off
+
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Select
Return
Setup available
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● network setup
- Select your appropriate Security Access Point if it is
known. If it is not, select WEP, WPAPSK or WPA2PSK from the list below and enter in the password. Keep trying each Security Access Point and enter the Password until a connection is made.
Music
+
Gateway
Network Selection: Cable
: Not Selected
Cable Network
: On
Wireless
Network
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
Subnet Mask
Save
Secondary DNS.
6. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select a desired item, then press
the ENTER button.
• Select an Access Point, and then press the ENTER
button to display available list of APs.
(It may take several seconds to search.)
- When you select an AP and press the ENTER button, it tries to connect to the designated AP.
- If successful, a notification appears.
(If selected AP shows a Lock icon, you may need to provide security authentication.)
_
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5. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select DHCP, then press the
ENTER button.
Network setup
SETTING UP THE NETWORK SETUP OPTIONS
• If DHCP is set to On and, DNS to Manual, enter
your DNS Server.
Music
Photo
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Access Point
Network Setup
DHCP
Parental
Setup
IP
Address
Setup
DVD
_
Network Selection: Cable
: Not Selected
Cable Network
: On
Wireless
Network
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
Subnet Mask
Proxy
: 255
. 255 . 255 . 000
Gateway
NTP
Server
: 000
. 000
. 000 . 000
DNS
Network Connection Test
: Manual
DNS Server
: Off
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000 BD-LIVE
Internet
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Save
Select
+
Return
Setup available
Setup not available
• If DHCP is set to On and, DNS to Auto, you don’t
need further or additional settings.
DVD
Music
Photo
Audio Setup
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Access Point
Network Setup
DHCP
Parental
Setup
IP Address
Setup
MM `` When you select an item, use the number and
Proxy
: 255
. 255 . 255 . 000
Gateway
NTP. 000
Server
: 000
. 000 . 000 : Off
DNS
Network Connection Test
: Manual
Select
+
: 000
. 000 . Internet
000 . 000 BD-LIVE
: Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Save
`` If the automatic settings don’t work, contact
Network Selection: Cable
: Not Selected
Cable Network
: On
Wireless
Network
: 000
. 000 . 000
. 000
Subnet Mask
DNS Server
▲▼_ + buttons.
_
Return
your ISP.
Setup not available
7. When done, use the ▲▼ buttons to select Save, then press the ENTER button.
8. If you don’t want to save your work, use the ▲▼_ + buttons to select Cancel, then press the
ENTER button.
MM `` The IP address used in this manual is for illustrative purposes only. You must refer to the
your network settings for the actual IP address.
`` To obtain settings for IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and DNS Server, check the
network settings in your computer or contact your internet service provider.
Proxy Setting
A proxy server services requests by forwarding them to other servers.
If you are required to configure the proxy setting, enter the settings specified by the ISP.
To setup, follow steps 1~3 on page 49.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Proxy, then press the
ENTER or + button.
• Server
• Port
• User
• Password
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Music
Photo
Setup
Audio Setup
Display Setup Proxy
HDMI Setup
Proxy
Network Setup
Server
Parental Setup
Port
Network Selection: Cable
: Off
Cable Network
:
Wireless Network
: 8080
User
: Proxy
Password
: NTP Server
: Off
Network Connection Test
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Cancel
Save
MM `` For more information, contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
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_
Select
Return
+
To setup, follow steps 1~3 on page 49.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select NTP Server, then press
the ENTER or + button.
• On : the player automatically connects to the Internet
server in order to adjust the time setting.
• Off : the player does not connect to the Internet server
to adjust the time setting.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Audio Setup
Cable Network
Display Setup
Wireless Network
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
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NTP Server (Used to Retrieve Time Information from NTP Server)
Proxy
_
Parental Setup
NTP Server
: Off On
Off
Network Connection Test
+
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow (Vaild Only)
Connection
Use this menu to check whether your network connection is
working or not.
To setup, follow steps 1~3 on page 49
.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Network Connection
Test, then press the ENTER or ► button.
Audio Setup
Wireless Network
Display Setup
Proxy
Network Connection Test
HDMI Setup
NTP Server
: Off
✔ MAC Address _(00:10:18:00:00:70)
Network Setup _
+
Network Connection Test
✔ IP Address.Subnet Mask.Gateway.DNS Server
Parental Setup
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow (Vaild Only)
✔ Gateway Ping
Connection
✔ Internet Service Test
Your network is operating properly
Return
BD-LIVE Internet Connection
The Blu-ray Home Cinema supports BD-LIVE which enables you to enjoy a variety of interactive service
contents provided by the disc manufacturer through a network connection. To enjoy this feature, you
must first perform the LAN connection (see page 30) or Wireless Lan adapter connection to the USB slot.
* You must have a minimum 1 GB USB Memory device inserted in one of the USB slots in order to
download content from BD-Live.
The Internet connection may be restricted while you are using
BD-LIVE contents.
To setup, follow steps 1~3 on page 49.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select BD-LIVE Internet
Connection, then press the ENTER or + button.
• Allow (All) : The Internet connection will be allowed for
all BD-LIVE contents.
• Allow (Valid Only) : The Internet connection will be
allowed only for BD-LIVE contents containing a valid
certificate.
• Prohibit : No Internet connection will be allowed for
any BD-LIVE content.
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
Audio Setup
Proxy
Display Setup
NTP Server
HDMI Setup
Network Connection Test
Network Setup
Parental Setup
_
: Off
BD-LIVE Internet : Allow
Allow(All)
(Vaild Only)
Connection
Allow(Valid Only)
Prohibit
MM `` What is a valid certificate? When the Blu-ray Home Cinema uses BD-LIVE to send the disc
data and request to the server to certify the disc, the server uses the transferred data to
check if the disc is valid and sends the certificate back to the player.
`` The Internet connection may be restricted while you are using BD-LIVE contents.
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● network setup
Network Connection Test
BD data management
BD Data (stored in external USB flash memory) is Blu-ray Disc content such as trailers and other
special features downloaded from the BD-LIVE service or Blu-ray Discs.
* You must have a minimum 1GB USB Memory device inserted in one of the USB slots in order to download
content from BD-Live.
System Device Management
You can manage user data stored in BD data.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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Photo
Setup
DVD
Time Zone
Clock Set
Power On/Off sound :On
System Setup
◄
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Setup, then press
the ENTER or + button.
BD Data Management ►
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select BD Data Management,
then press the ENTER or + button.
- To delete the flash memory 1. Press the ENTER button to select BD Data Delete.
The message "All BD data will be deleted. Do you want to
continue?" will be displayed.
2. Press the _+ button to select Yes, then press the
ENTER button.
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Music
Photo
Setup
Time Zone
Clock Set
Power On/Off sound :On
BD Data◄ Management
BD Data Management System Setup
►
DivX(R)
Registration
Language
Setup
Current
Device
: External
Flash
Memory
TotalAudio
Size :Setup
953MB Available
System Size
Update: 889MB
Display Setup
BD Data Delete
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup Select
Return
Description of Device(Storage) Information on the Player
• Total Size : Total size of the Device(Storage).
• Available Size : Available size of the Device(Storage).
MM `` Memory size information on the current device(storage) is located to the right of the BD
Data Management menu.
`` In the external memory mode, disc playback will be stopped if you disconnect the USB
device in the middle of the playback.
`` We recommend using an USB device that supports USB 2.0 protocols, FAT32 format and
4MB or more read /write speed.
`` The Resume Play function may not work after formatting the storage device.
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System upgrade
Samsung may offer upgrades to your Blu-ray Home Cinema's firmware in the future. To upgrade this firmware you must :
1. Go to samsung.com and refer to the ‘SUPPORT’ page to download the latest firmware.
You can use a CD-R or a USB flash drive to perform the firmware upgrade. For more information, see “Upgrade
Manual” at the website mentioned above.
or
● System Upgrade
2. Connect the network (see pages 28~29) and follow the steps below.
Firmware Upgrade
1. With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the
MENU button.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
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Photo
Setup
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_
System Setup
_
Language Setup
Audio Setup
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Setup, then
press the ENTER or + button.
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Update, then
press the ENTER or + button.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
DivX(R) Registration
System Setup
: On
System Update
_
+
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
5. The player will check the cable or network connection
status automatically. The connection checking window will
be displayed.
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
System Setup
1
2
_
3
: On
System
Update
4
+
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Now, Checking.
@@ If the upgrade is possible : You will see information on the
current and new versions of firmware in a message box.
@@ If the upgrade is not possible : You will see the following
description in the message box.
• If the cable is not connected :
“Ethernet cable is not connected. Please, check the
Ethernet cable”
• If the network connection has failed :
“This system can not connect to internet for update.
Please, check the network setup”
• If no latest version is released (the latest version has
been already installed) :
"The latest version of the firmware is already installed.
There is no need to update."
• If there is a disc in the player :
"Please maintain "No Disc" state for network update."
This indicates that you must remove all discs from the
unit to perform the update.
• If the server service is not available :
“ Update Server is under maintenance. Please try again
later.”
Display Setup
Please wait...
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
: On
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
System Setup
1
2
_
3
System Update
+
4
Language Setup
The new
Audio
Setupupdate data was found.
Current Version : XXXXX
Display Setup
New Version : XXXXX
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
StartSetup
Parental
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
Cancel
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
: On
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
System Setup
1
2
_
3
System Update
4
+
Language Setup
This
system can not connect
Audio
Setup
to internet for update.
Display Setup
Please, check the network setup.
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
OK
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System upgrade
Firmware Upgrade
6. To perform the system upgrade, press the _ + buttons
to select Start and then press the ENTER button.
Music
Photo
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
System Update
DivX(R) Registration
Setup
Update
System Setup
1 2 _ 3 System
4
DVD
: On
+
Language Setup
The new update data was found.
Audio Setup
Current Version : XXXXX
Display New
SetupVersion : XXXXX
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Start
Parental Setup
Cancel
7. The system update gets started.
Music
Photo
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
System Update
DivX(R) Registration
Setup
Update
1 2 _ 3 System
4
System Setup
DVD
: On
+
Language Setup
update data...
AudioDownloading
Setup
Please, do not turn off the power.
Display Setup
60%
HDMI Setup
8. If you select Cancel during the download process, you are
prompted to confirm your selection in a message box.
If you want to cancel the download, select Yes and press
the ENTER button.
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Cancel
Music
Photo
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
System Update
DivX(R) Registration
Setup
Update
System Setup
1 2 _ 3 System
4
DVD
: On
+
Language Setup
9. Verification will proceed. When download is done, the
firmware update process will begin automatically.
10.
When the installation is done, the player will automatically
turn off in 5 seconds.
All settings will revert to the factory settings. The next
time you start the system and you will see the menu
language selection window.
Audio Setup
Do you want to cancel the update operation?
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Yes
Parental Setup
No
Music
Photo
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
System Update
DivX(R) Registration
Setup
Update
System Setup
1 2 _ 3 System
4
DVD
: On
+
Language Setup
Audio Setup
Verifying update data
Please wait.
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
MM `` If you want to cancel the upgrade in the process of
Parental Setup
downloading the upgrade data, press the ENTER
button. You will see a confirmation message.
Selecting Yes will end the upgrade process, and
selecting No will continue the upgrade process.
`` When the system upgrade is done, check the
firmware details in the System Upgrade menu.
`` Do not turn off the player during the System Upgrade,
as it may cause the player to not work properly.
DVD
Music
Photo
Power On/Off sound
BD Data Menagement
System Update
DivX(R) Registration
Setup
Update
System Setup
1 2 _ 3 System
4
: On
Update.
LanguageFirmware
Setup
Now, Processing...
Audio Setup
Please, do not turn off the power.
Display
Setup
The
power
will be off automatically
HDMI after
Setupupdate is finished.
Network Setup
Parental Setup
`` You must use a USB Flash Drive to do software
upgrades using the USB Host jack.
Other USB devices(ex. MP3 player) are not
guaranteed to work.
`` There should be only one firmware upgrade file in USB flash drive for the player to properly
perform an upgrade.
`` Oversized USB drives may not be able to be inserted when a LAN or HDMI cable is connected.
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System Information
When the firmware upgrade is done, check the firmware details by following the steps below.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the
ENTER or + button.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
_
System Setup
_
1. With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode, press the
MENU button.
Language Setup
Audio Setup
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Setup, then
press the ENTER or + button.
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Parental Setup
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System Information,
then press the ENTER or + button.
You can see detailed information about the current
firmware.
Music
Photo
Setup
DVD
System Setup
_
System Information
Language Setup
Time Zone
Audio Setup
Clock Set
Display Setup
HDMI Setup
Network Setup
Parental Setup
Power On/Off sound
+
: On
BD Data Management
DivX(R) Registration
System Update
5. Press the ENTER button to select OK.
System Setup menu will be displayed.
DVD
Music
Photo
Setup
System Information
System Setup _ System Information
Language Setup
+
Time Zone
Audio Setup
Clock Set
S/W : XXXXXXX
Loader : XXXXXXX
Display Setup
Power On/Off sound
Region : B/2 (BD/DVD)
HDMI Setup
BD Data Management
Network Setup
DivX(R) Registration
Parental Setup
: On
OK System Update
Firmware upgrade notification
This popup menu appears when a newer firmware version is available
from SAMSUNG's update server than what is currently on the Blu-ray
Home Cinema.
System Update
New Firmware is available.
• Yes : Select this to upgrade now.
• No : Select this if you plan to upgrade later.
Do you want to update now?
Yes
No
DviX (R) Registration
Please use the Registration code to register this Home Cinema System with the DivX(R) Video On Demand format.
For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod
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● System Upgrade
Network Setup
Watching a movie
Using the Display Function
hZCV
1. During playback, press the INFO button on the remote
control.
• If the Blu-ray Disc has the PIP feature, press the INFO
button in the PIP section to display PIP-related
information.
DVD-VideoInfo
Audio
: ENG Multi CH
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item.
Subtitle
: Off
Angle
: 01/01
Title
: 001/006
Chapter
: 001/016
Playing Time : 00:04:17
3. Press the _ + buttons to make the desired setup change
and then press the ENTER button.
• You may use the number buttons of the remote control
to directly access a title, chapter or to start the playback
from a desired time.
4. To make the screen disappear, press the INFO button
again.
Select
Change
<INFO menu for the PIP section>
DVD-VideoInfo
Title
: 001/006
Chapter
: 001/016
Playing Time : 00:04:17
Audio
: ENG Multi CH
Subtitle
: Off
Angle
PIP Video
PIP Audio
: 01/01
Change
: 01/01
: 1/1 ENG 2CH
Select
MM `` If you are playing contents from the info menu, some functions may not be enabled
depending on the disc.
`` Title : To access the desired title when there is more than one in the disc. For example, if
there is more than one movie on a Blu-ray Disc/DVD, each movie will be identified as a
Title.
`` Chapter: Most Blu-ray Disc/DVD discs are recorded in chapters so that you can quickly
find a specific chapter.
`` Audio : Refers to the film's soundtrack language. A Blu-ray Disc can contain up to 32
audio languages and a DVD up to 8.
`` Playing Time : Allows playback of the film from a desired time. You must enter the starting
time as a reference. The time search function does not operate on some discs.
`` Subtitle : Refers to the subtitle languages available in the disc. You will be able to choose
the subtitle languages or, if you prefer, turn them off from the screen. A Blu-ray Disc can
contain up to 255 subtitle languages, and a DVD up to 32.
`` Angle : When a Blu-ray Disc/DVD contains multiple angles of a particular scene, you can
use the ANGLE function.
`` PIP Video/ PIP Audio : You can make PIP Video or PIP Audio settings if the current title of
a Blu-ray Disc appears in the PIP section. The PIP Video / PIP Audio options, however, will
be disabled with a Blu-ray Disc that does not support the PIP feature.
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Using the Disc Menu
1. During playback, press the DISC MENU button on the
remote control.
PLAY MOVIELANGUAGES
SCENE SELECTIONSPREVIEWS
%
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
12 13
14 15
MM `` The Disc Menu may not be available, depending on the disc.
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Using the Title Menu 1. During playback, press the TITLE MENU button on the remote control.
2. Press the ▲▼_ + buttons to make the desired selection, then press the ENTER button.
• The Title menu setup options may vary from disc to disc.
MM `` The Title Menu may not be available, depending on the disc.
`` Title Menu will only be displayed if there are at least two titles on the disc.
gf
Playing the Title List
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the
DISC MENU or TITLE MENU button.
CD
BD-RE
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to play
from Title List, then press the + or ENTER button.
The selected entry (title) will be played back.
- Go to Playlist To go to the Playlist, press the RED(A) button.
Video
_
Music
Photo
Setup
Title 008
00:04:36
Title 009
Title 010
Title 011
Title 012
Title 013
Title 014
00:04:17
00:04:11
00:04:07
00:04:46
00:04:21
00:03:43
Page
h
Using the Popup Menu 1. During playback, press the POPUP MENU button on the
remote control.
MAIN MENUAUDIO SET UP
2. Press the ▲▼_ + buttons or ENTER button to select
the desired menu.
• The Popup menu setup options may vary from disc to
disc.
SUBTITLES
SCENE SELECTIONS
%
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
12 13
14 15
MM `` The Popup Menu may not be available, depending on the disc.
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2. Press the ▲▼_ + buttons to make the desired selection,
then press the + or ENTER button.
• The Disc menu setup items may vary from disc to disc.
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Using the Disc Menu & Popup/Title Menu
Watching a movie
Repeat Play
Repeat the current chapter or title.
Repeat playback
hgfZCV
1. During playback, press the REPEAT button on the remote
control. Repeat screen appears.
Repeat
Off
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Chapter or Title.
• Blu-ray Disc/DVD repeats play by chapter or title.
3. To return to normal play, press the REPEAT button again,
then press the ▲▼ buttons to select Off.
MM `` The Repeat function may not be available, depending on the disc.
Using the A-B Repeat function
1. Press the REPEAT A-B button on the remote control
during playback.
hgfZCV
►Repeat A-B
00:18:41 / 01:34:37
DVD
2. Press the REPEAT A-B button at the point where you
want repeat play to start (A).
3. Press the REPEAT A-B button at the point where you
want repeat play to stop (B).
4. To return to normal play, press the CANCEL button.
REPEAT A
B Off
MM `` Point B cannot be set until 5 seconds of playback has elapsed from point A.
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Selecting the Audio Language
You can select a desired audio language quickly and easily with the AUDIO button.
Using the AUDIO button
Audio
1/4 ENG Dolby Digital Multi CH
● watching a movie
1. Press the AUDIO button during playback. The Audio
changes when the button is pressed repeatedly.
• The audio languages are represented by abbreviations.
2. To remove the Audio bar, press the CANCEL or
RETURN button.
Using the INFO button
1. During playback, press the INFO button on the remote
control.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Audio language.
3. Press the _ + buttons on the remote control to select the desired audio language.
MM `` This function depends on what audio languages are encoded on the disc and may not be
available.
`` A Blu-ray Disc can contain up to 32 audio languages and a DVD up to 8.
`` You can use the AUDIO button to change the audio soundtrack as well as the audio
language, depending on the disc type.
Some Blu-ray Discs may allow you to select either the multi-channel LPCM or Dolby digital
audio soundtrack in English.
`` Information about the primary / secondary mode will be also displayed if the Blu-ray Disc
has a PIP section.
Use the _ + button to switch between primary and secondary audio modes.
`` The _ + indicator will not be displayed on the screen if the PIP section does not contain
any PIP audio settings.
Selecting the Subtitle Language
You can select a desired subtitle quickly and easily with the SUBTITLE button.
hZ
Using the SUBTITLE button
1. Press the SUBTITLE button. The subtitle changes when
the button is pressed repeatedly. The subtitle languages
are represented by abbreviations.
Subtitle
0/2 Off
2. To remove the Subtitle bar, press the CANCEL or
RETURN button.
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Watching a movie
Selecting the Subtitle Language
Using the INFO button
1. During playback, press the INFO button on the remote control.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Subtitle.
3. Press the _ + buttons on the remote control to select the desired subtitle language.
MM `` You may be able to change the desired subtitle in the Disc Menu, depending on the Bluray Disc / DVD.
Press the DISC MENU button.
`` This function depends on what subtitles are encoded on the disc and may not be available
on all Blu-ray Discs/DVDs.
`` A Blu-ray Disc can contain up to 255 subtitle languages and a DVD up to 32.
`` Information about the primary / secondary mode will be also displayed if the Blu-ray Disc
has a PIP section.
`` This function changes both the primary and secondary subtitles at the same time.
`` The total number of subtitles is the sum of the primary and secondary ones.
Changing the Camera Angle
When a Blu-ray Disc/DVD contains multiple angles of a particular scene, you can use the ANGLE function.
hZ
Using the ANGLE function
1. During playback, press the INFO button on the remote
control.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Angle.
3. Press the _ + buttons or you can use the number buttons
on the remote control to select the desired angle.
DVD-VedioInfo
Title
: 001/006
Chapter
: 003/016
Playing Time : 00:11:14
Audio
: ENG Multi CH
Subtitle
: ENG
Angle
: 01/01
Change
Move
MM `` If the disc has only one angle, this feature won’t work. Currently, very few discs have this
feature.
`` These functions may not work, depending on the disc.
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PiP (PiCtuRe in PiCtuRe) settinGs
The PIP feature allows you to view additional content (such as commentaries) in a small screen window while the
movie is playing.
Using the PIP button
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1.If the current Blu-ray Disc features the PIP function, you
can use the PIP button to turn PIP On or Off.
● watching a movie
2. Each time you press the PIP button, you can toggle
between PIP On and PIP Off.
MM `` You can change detailed settings of the PIP feature in the INFO menu (see page 60:
selection of secondary audio, video stream and subtitle etc.).
`` If you switch from PIP Video, PIP Audio will change automatically in accordance with PIP
Video.
`` If the Blu-ray Disc supports only PIP Audio, you can just press the PIP button to turn the
secondary audio on or off.
BD-LIVE™
The Blu-ray Home Cinema supports BD-LIVE which enables you to enjoy a variety of interactive service contents
provided by the disc manufacturer through network connection.
Using the BD-LIVE Disc
1. Connect the network (see pages 28~29) and check the network setup (see pages 52~57).
2. Insert a Blu-ray disc that supports BD-LIVE.
3. Select the contents provided by the disc manufacturer to enjoy the BD-LIVE.
MM `` The way you use BD-LIVE and the features may differ, depending on the disc.
`` To use BD-LIVE, you must insert a mimimum 1GB USB memory device into one of the
USB slots.
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Watching a movie
DivX Playback
The functions discussed on this page apply to DivX disc playback only.
Skip Forward/Back
D
During playback, press the [, ] button.
• Goes to the next file whenever you press the ] button,
if there are over 2 files on the disc.
• Goes to the previous file whenever you press the
[ button, if there are over 2 files on the disc.
Fast Playback
D
During playback, press the (, ) button.
To play back the disc at a faster speed, press the ( or ) button during playback.
• Each time you press either button, the playback speed will change as follows:
2x  4x  8x.
Audio Display
D
Press the AUDIO button.
• If there are multiple audio languages on a disc, you can
toggle between them.
• Each time you press the button, your selection will toggle
between AUDIO (1/N, 2/N ...).
MM ``
is displayed when there is one supported
language on the disc.
Subtitle Display
Press the SUBTITLE button.
• Each time you press the button, your selection will toggle
between SUBTITLE (1/N, 2/N ...) and SUBTITLE OFF.
• If the disc has only one subtitle file, it will be played
automatically.
• See number 2 (Caption Function) below for more details
concerning Subtitle usage with DivX discs.
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D
If the disc has more than one subtitle file, the default
subtitle may not match the movie and you will have to
select your subtitle language as follows:
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If the Disc has more than One Subtitle File
1. In Stop mode, press the Cursor $, % button, select the
desired subtitle ( ) from the TV screen, and then
press the ENTER button.
DivX(Digital internet video eXpress)
DivX is a video file format developed by Microsoft and is based on MPEG4 compression technology to
provide audio and video data over the Internet in real-time.
MPEG4 is used for video encoding and MP3 for audio encoding so that the users can watch a movie at
near DVD-quality video and audio.
1. Supported Formats
This product only supports the following media formats.If both video and audio formats are not
supported, the user may experience problems such as broken images or no sound.
Supported Video Formats
Format
AVI
Supported Versions
DivX3.11~DivX5.1, XviD
Supported Audio Formats
Format
MP3
AC3
DTS
Bit Rate
80~384kbps
128~384kbps
1.5Mbps
Sampling Frequency
44.1khz
44.1/48khz
44.1khz
• DivX files, including audio and video files, created in the DTS format can only support up to 6Mbps.
• Aspect Ratio : Although the default DivX resolution is 640x480 pixels (4:3), this product supports
up to 800x600 pixels (16:9). TV screen resolutions higher than 800 will not be supported.
• When you play a disc whose sampling frequency is higher than 48khz or 320kbps, you may
experience shaking on the screen during playback.
• Qpel and gmc is not supported.
2. Caption Function
• You must have some experience with video extraction and editing in order to use this feature properly.
• To use the caption function, save the caption file (*.smi) in the same file name as that of the DivX
media file (*.avi) within the same folder.
Example. RootSamsung_007CD1.avi
Samsung_007CD1.smi
• Up to 60 alphanumeric characters or 30 East Asian characters (2 byte characters such as Korean
and Chinese) for the file name.
• ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc.
This is an official DivX Certified or DivX Ultra Certified device that plays DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX® Certified device must be registered in
order to play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) content. First generate the DivX VOD registration code
for your device and submit it during the registration process. [Important: DivX VOD content is
protected by a DivX DRM (Digital Rights Management) system that restricts playback to registered
DivX Certified devices. If you try to play DivX VOD content not authorized for your device, the
message “Authorization Error” will be displayed and your content will not play.] Learn more at
www.divx.com/vod
DivX® is a registered trademark of DivX, Inc., and is used under licence
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● watching a movie
2. When you select the desired DivX file from the TV
screen, the movie will be played normally.
Listening to music
POWER
AUDIO
OPEN/CLOSE
SUBTITLE
REPEAT
TV
POWER
REPEAT
A-B
Buttons on the Remote Control used for Audio CD
1
2
3
(CD-DA)/ MP3 disc playback
4
5
7
8
CANCEL
6
9
TV INPUT SEL
0
STOP
1. PAUSE button : Pauses playback.
) button : During playback, moves to the next page in the
2. SKIP (
Music List or moves to the next track in the Playlist.
3. PLAY button : Plays the currently selected track.
PLAY
4. ▲▼ buttons : Selects a track(song) in the Music List or Playlist.
TV MUTE
TV VOL
TV CH
ME
NU
ME
NU
RE
TU
RN
RE
TU
RN
ENTER
ENTER
IN
EX
IT
FO
C
A
B
C
DISC MENU
D
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B
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EX
AINF
D
POPUP
MENU
TITLE MENU
TITLE MENU
5. Colour buttons
• RED(A) button : Selects the Play Mode(Repeat) during playback.
• GREEN(B) button : Go to Playlist from Music List.
• YELLOW(C) button : Playlist play.
6. _ + buttons
_ : Plays the applicable track, according to the current position.
+ : Moves to the menu.
7. ENTER button : Plays the selected track (song).
8. STOP button : Stops a track(song).
9. SKIP (
) button : If you pressed this button after three seconds of
playback, the current track will be replayed from the beginning. But, if
you pressed this button within three seconds after playback starts, the
previous track will be played.
Used to move to the previous page in the Music List or Playlist.
Repeat Audio CD(CD-DA) & MP3
During playback, press the REPEAT or RED(A) button repeatedly to select the repeat mode you want.
When playing an Audio CD(CD-DA) :
When playing an MP3 disc :
;
;
;
;
;
;
Normal (Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3): Tracks on a disc are played in the order in which they were
recorded on the disc.
•
Repeat Track (Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3)
•
Repeat Folder (MP3)
•
Random (Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3)
- When playing an Audio CD(CD-DA): The random option plays a disc’s tracks in random order.
- When playing an MP3 disc : The random option plays a folder’s file in random order.
•
Repeat All (Audio CD(CD-DA)): All tracks are repeated.
•
- To return to normal playback Press the REPEAT or RED(A) button repeatedly to return to normal playback.
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2. To move to the Music List, press the STOP or RETURN
button.
The Music List screen is displayed on your TV.
3. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the track you want to
play, then press the ENTER button.
►
TRACK 001
1/18
00:02:24 / 00:05:57
CD
A Play Mode
CD
CD
Video
_
Music
TRACK 001
00:04:08+
Photo
TRACK 002
00:03:41
Setup
TRACK 003
00:03:17
TRACK 004
00:03:36
TRACK 005
00:03:47
TRACK 006
00:03:50
TRACK 007
00:03:54 _
B Playlist
Page
❖❖ Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3 Screen Elements
►
CD
TRACK 001
Displays the media type.
1/18
00:02:24 / 00:05:57
Current track (song)
Displays the number of the track currently being played.
Play Status Bar.
Displays the repeat status.
a Play Mode
Displays the current play index, total track number.
Current /Total Play Time.
Displays available Colour buttons.
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● listening to music
1. Insert an Audio CD(CD-DA) or an MP3 Disc into the disc
tray.
• For an Audio CD, the first track will be played
automatically.
• For an MP3 disc, press the ▲▼ buttons to select
Music, then press the ENTER button.
(You can listen to mp3 files using a USB storage device)
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AF
Playing an Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3 Listening to music
AF
Playlist You can create a playlist with up to 99 tracks.
1. Insert an Audio CD(CD-DA) or an MP3 Disc into the disc
tray.
• For an Audio CD, the first track will be played
automatically.
• For an MP3 disc, press the ▲▼ buttons to select
Music, then press the ENTER button.
(You can listen to mp3 files using a USB storage device)
CD
CD
Video
_
Music
TRACK 001
00:04:08
TRACK 002
00:03:41
TRACK 003
00:03:17 +
Photo
TRACK 004
00:03:36
Setup
TRACK 005
00:03:47
TRACK 006
00:03:50
TRACK 007
00:03:54
TRACK 008
00:03:57
TRACK 009
00:03:59 2. To move to the Music List, press the GREEN(B) or
RETURN button.
The Music List screen is displayed.
4. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select a track, then press the
ENTER button to add it to the Playlist. Repeat this
procedure to add additional tracks.
Video
_
Music
Photo
TRACK 002
Setup
TRACK 003
_
Playlist
TRACK 001
TRACK 005
TRACK 006
TRACK 007
B Music List
C Playlist play
Add
Original
CD
CD
Play

Playlist
Video
_
Music
Photo
Setup
TRACK 001
TRACK 002
_
TRACK 003
01.TRACK 001
TRACK 004
02.TRACK 002
TRACK 005
03.TRACK 003
TRACK 006
TRACK 007
B Music List
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
TRACK 004
5. If there is an undesired track in the playlist, press the
+▲▼ button to select that track, and then press the
ENTER button.
• The selected track will be deleted.
8. To go to the Music List, press the RETURN button.
Page
Original
CD
CD
7. To edit the Playlist, press the STOP or RETURN button.
_
B Playlist
3. Press the GREEN(B) button to go to the Playlist.
6. Press the YELLOW(C) button to play the selected tracks.
When the track is finished, the next track will automatically
play.
C Playlist play
Add
Play
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Viewing a picture
Viewing a Picture
1. Insert a JPEG disc into the Disc Slot .
• The Menu screen is displayed.
Video
Music
_
Photo
Setup
..
_
• The Photo List is displayed.
176.JPG
08 JUL 2000
127 KB +
BEACH.JPG
17 JUL 2000
27 KB
KE.JPG
3. Press the $% buttons to select a picture.
• To see the next page, press the SKIP (
) button.
• To see the previous page, press the SKIP (
) button.
10 JUL 2000
194 KB
KE2.JPG 10 JUL 2000
191 KB
MBHONG.JPG
20 JUL 2000
30 KB
NEW_BEE.JPG
08 JUL 2000
76 KB
_______1_.JPG
18 JUL 2000
17 KB
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Slide Show/SPEED
To setup, follow steps 1 and 2 above.
3. Press the BLUE(D) button.
• The slide show starts.
+
KE.JPG
03/07
CD
4. When the SlideShow starts, press the BLUE(D) button to
adjust the play speed.
• Each time you press the button, the play speed will
increase accordingly.
D Speed
➞
➞
- To stop the Slide Show Press the STOP or RETURN button.
Rotate
To setup, follow steps 1 and 3 above.
#
_____1_.JPG
03/07
CD
4. Press the ENTER button.
5. Use the RED(A) and GREEN(B) buttons to rotate the image in a
desired direction.
A y90°
B u90°
C Zoom
D Speed
Slide Show
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● Viewing a Picture
2. Press the $% buttons to select Photo, then press the
ENTER button.
CD
CD
Viewing a picture
Zoom
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 in "Viewing a Picture" on page 71.
#
4. Press the ENTER button.
_____1_.JPG
03/07
CD
5. Press the YELLOW(C) button.
A y90°
C Zoom
B u90°
Slide Show
D Speed
6. Use the YELLOW(C) or ENTER button to zoom the image in/out.
- To move the area Press the $%_ + buttons to the area you want to enlarge.
x2
Move
C Zoom
- To stop the Zoom Press the YELLOW(C) button.
Go To Photo List
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 in "Viewing a Picture" on page 69.
4. Press the ENTER button.
#
BEACH.JPG
5. To go Photo List, press the RETURN or STOP button.
A y90°
CD
CD
C Zoom
B u90°
Slide Show
D Speed
Video
Music
_
Photo
Setup
..
_
176.JPG
08 JUL 2000
127 KB
BEACH.JPG
17 JUL 2000
27 KB +
KE.JPG
10 JUL 2000
194 KB
KE2.JPG 10 JUL 2000
191 KB
MBHONG.JPG
20 JUL 2000
30 KB
NEW_BEE.JPG
08 JUL 2000
76 KB
_______1_.JPG
18 JUL 2000
17 KB
D Slide Show
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Sound mode
SFE(Sound Field EFFECT) MODE
You can set the SFE best suited for the type of music you are listening to.
● sound mode
Press the SFE MODE button.
• SFE MODE appears on the display panel.
• Each time the button is pressed, the selection changes as
follows
HALL1 ➞ HALL2 ➞ JAZZ ➞ CHURCH ➞ ROCK ➞ SFE OFF.
• HALL : Provides a clear vocal as if listening in a concert hall.
• JAZZ : Recommended setting for Jazz.
• ROCK : Recommended setting for Rock.
• CHURCH : Gives the feel of being in a grand church.
• SFE OFF : Select this for normal listening.
Dolby Pro Logic II Mode
You can select the desired Dolby Pro Logic II audio mode.
Press the
PL II MODE button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the mode changes as
follows.
MUSIC ➞ MOVIE ➞ PRO LOGIC ➞ MATRIX ➞
STEREO.
• MUSIC : When listening to music, you can experience sound effects as if you are listening to the
actual performance.
• MOVIE : Adds realism to the movie soundtrack.
• PRO LOGIC : You will experience a realistic multi-channel effect, as if using six speakers, while using
just the front left and right speakers.
• MATRIX : You will hear multi channel surround sound.
• STEREO : S
elect this to listen to sound from the front left and right speakers and the subwoofer only.
MM ``
hen selecting Pro Logic II mode, connect your external device to the AUDIO INPUT
W
jacks (L and R) on the player. If you connect to only one of the inputs (L or R), you cannot
listen to surround sound.
`` This mode is available only with 2 channel audio.
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Sound mode
Dolby Pro Logic II Effect
This function works only in Dolby Pro Logic MUSIC mode.
1. Press the
PL II MODE button to select MUSIC mode.
PL II EFFECT button.
2. Press the
• Each time the button is pressed, the mode changes as
follows.
3. Press the _ + buttons to select the desired effect setting.
• PANORAMA : This mode extends the front stereo image
to include the surround speakers for an exciting
"wraparound" effect with side wall imaging.
You can select either 0 or 1.
• C- WIDTH : Sound is output to the centre speaker only. The front left and right speakers produce
phantom sound.
You can select between 0 and 7.
• DIMENS : Incrementally adjusts the sound field (DSP) from the front or rear.
You can select between 0 and 6.
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Using the USB function
Playing Media Files using the USB Host Feature
You can enjoy media files such as pictures, movies and music saved on an MP3 player, USB memory stick or digital
camera in high quality video with 5.1 channel Home Cinema sound by connecting the storage device to the USB
port of the Home Cinema.
● using the usb function
1. Connect the USB device to the USB port on
the side of the unit.
2. USB Connected appears on the display
screen and then disappears.
3. USB icon is displayed on the Setup Menu.
Safe USB Removal
To prevent damage to the data stored in the USB device, perform safe removal before disconnecting
the USB cable.
• Press the YELLOW(C) button. The display will show Now. You can remove USB safely.
• Remove the USB cable.
MM ``
To listen to your music files with 5.1 channel home cinema sound, you must set the Dolby
Pro Logic II mode to Matrix. (See page 71)
Skip Forward/Back
During playback, press the [, ] button.
• When there is more than one file and you press the ] button,
the next file is selected.
• When there is more than one file and you press the [ button,
the previous file is selected.
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Using the USB function
USB Host Specification
USB Host Specification
Non-compliance
Operational Limitations
• Supports USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 compliant devices.
• Supports devices connected using the USB A type cable.
• Supports UMS (USB Mass Storage Device) V1.0 compliant devices.
• Supports the device of which the connected drive is formatted in the FAT(FAT,
FAT16, FAT32) file system.
• Does not support a device that requires installing a separate driver on the PC (Windows).
• Does not support connection to a USB hub.
• A USB device that is connected using the USB extension cable may not be recognized.
• A USB device requiring a separate power source needs to be connected to the
player with the separate power connection.
• If the connected device has multiple drives (or partitions) installed, only one drive
(or partition) can be connected.
• A device supporting USB 1.1 alone may cause a difference in the picture quality,
depending on the device.
USB Devices that can be used with the Home Cinema
1. USB Storage Device
2. MP3 Player
3. Digital Camera
4. Removable HDD
• Removable HDDs equipped with less than 160 Gbytes are supported. Removable HDDs
equipped with 160Gbytes or more may not be recognized, depending on the device.
• If the connected device does not work due to insufficient power supply, you can use a separate
power cable to supply power so that it can work properly. The connector of the USB cable may
differ, depending on the manufacturer of the USB device.
5. USB card Reader: One slot USB card reader and Multi slot USB card reader.
• The USB card reader may not be supported, depending on the manufacturer.
• If you install multiple memory devices into a multi card reader, you may experience problems.
Supported file Formats
Format
File name
File
extension
Bit rate
Version
Pixel
Sampling
Frequency
Still Picture
JPG
JPG .JPEG
–
–
640x480
–
Music
MP3
.MP3
80~384kbps
–
–
44.1kHz
• CBI (Control/Bulk/Interrupt) is not supported.
• Digital Cameras that use PTP protocol or require additional program installation when connected to a
PC are not supported.
• A device using NTFS file system is not supported. (Only FAT 16/32 (File Allocation Table 16/32) file
system is supported.)
• Does not operate with Janus enabled MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) devices.
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Radio
Listening to Radio
1. Press the TUNER button to select the FM band.
● radio
2. Tune in to the desired station.
• Automatic Tuning 1 : When the SKIP (
) button is
pressed, a preset broadcast station is selected.
• Automatic Tuning 2 : Press and hold the
TUNING/CH (
) button to automatically search for active
broadcasting stations.
• Manual Tuning : Briefly press the TUNING/CH (
)
button to increase or decrease the frequency incrementally.
Main Unit
1. Press the FUNCTION button to select the FM band.
2. Select a broadcast station.
• Automatic Tuning 1 : Press the STOP (  ) button to select PRESET and then press the
) button to select the preset station.
SKIP (
• Automatic Tuning 2 : Press the STOP (  ) button to select MANUAL and then press and hold
) button to automatically search the band.
the SKIP (
• Manual Tuning : Press the STOP (  ) button to select MANUAL and then briefly press the
SKIP (
) button to tune in to a lower or higher frequency.
Mono/Stereo
Press the MO/ST button to listen in Mono/Stereo.
• Each time the button is pressed, the sound switches
between STEREO and MONO.
• In a poor reception area, select MONO for a clear,
interference-free broadcast.
•
•
Presetting Stations
Example : Presetting FM 89.10 in the memory
1. Press the TUNER button to select the FM band.
2. Press the TUNING/CH (
) button to select <89.10>.
3. Press the TUNER MEMORY button.
• PRGM flashes in the display.
4. Press the SKIP (
) button to select preset number.
• You can select between 1 and 15 presets.
5. Press the TUNER MEMORY button again.
• Press the TUNER MEMORY button before PRGM disappears from the display.
• PRGM disappears from the display and the station is stored in memory.
6. To preset another station, repeat steps 2 to 5.
• To tune in to a preset station, press the SKIP (
) button on the remote control to select a channel.
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Convenient function
Sleep Timer Function
You can set the time that the Blu-ray Home Cinema will shut itself off.
Press the SLEEP button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the preset time changes as follows :
10 ➞ 20 ➞ 30 ➞ 60 ➞ 90 ➞ 120 ➞ 150 ➞ OFF.
To confirm the sleep timer setting, press the SLEEP button.
• The remaining time before the Blu-ray Home Cinema will shut itself off
is displayed.
• Pressing the button again changes the sleep time from what you have
set earlier.
To cancel the sleep timer, press the SLEEP button until OFF appears on the display.
Adjusting Display Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display on the main unit so it won't
interfere with your movie viewing.
Press the DIMMER button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the brightness of front display will be
adjusted.
Mute Function
This is useful when answering a doorbell or telephone call.
Press the MUTE button.
• MUTE appears in the display.
• To restore the sound, press the MUTE button again.
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Troubleshooting
Refer to the chart below when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed
below or if the instruction below does not help, turn off the unit, disconnect the power cord, and contact the nearest
authorized dealer or Samsung Electronics Service Centre.
SYMPTOM
Check/Remedy
• Is the power cord plugged securely into the outlet?
• Turn off the power and then turn it back on.
Playback does not start.
• Check the region number of the BD/DVD.
BD/DVD discs purchased from abroad may not be playable.
• CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs cannot be played on this Blu-ray Home Cinema.
• Make sure that the rating level is correct.
Playback does not start
immediately when the
Play/Pause button is pressed.
• Are you using a deformed disc or a disc with scratches on the surface?
• Wipe the disc clean.
Sound is not produced.
• No sound is heard during fast playback, slow playback, and step motion playback.
• A re the speakers connected properly? Is the speaker setup correctly customized?
• Is the disc severely damaged?
Sound can be heard only from a few
speakers and not all 6.
• On certain BD/DVD discs, sound is output from the front speakers only.
• Check if the speakers are connected properly.
• Adjust the volume.
• When listening to a CD or radio, sound is output to the front speakers only.
Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Surround Sound is
not produced.
• Is there "Dolby Digital 5.1 CH" mark on the disc? Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Surround
Sound is produced only if the disc is recorded with 5.1 channel sound.
• Is the audio language correctly set to DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1-CH in the
information display?
The remote control does not work.
• Is the remote control being operated within its operation range of angle and distance?
• Are the batteries drained?
• H ave you selected the mode(TV/BD) functions of the remote control (TV or BD) correctly?
• Disc is rotating but no
picture is produced.
• Picture quality is poor and
picture is shaking.
• Is the TV power on?
• Are the video cables connected properly?
• Is the disc dirty or damaged?
• A poorly manufactured disc may not be playable.
Audio language and subtitles do not work.
• A udio language and subtitles will not work if the disc does not contain them.
Menu screen does not appear even
when the menu function is selected.
• Are you using a disc that does not contain menus?
Aspect ratio cannot be changed.
• You can play 16:9 BD/DVDs in 16:9 Wide mode, 4:3 Letter Box mode, or
4:3 Pan - Scan mode, but 4:3 BD/DVDs can be seen in 4:3 ratio only.
Refer to the Blu-ray Disc jacket and then select the appropriate function.
● troubleshooting
I cannot eject the disc.
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Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Check/Remedy
• The main unit is not working.
(Example: The power goes out or a
strange noise is heard.)
• The Blu-ray Home Cinema is not working
normally.
• Turn off the power and hold the STOP (  ) button on the main unit for
longer than 5 seconds.
Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings.
Do not use this unless necessary.
The password for rating level has been
forgotten.
• While (NO DISC) message appears on the display of main unit, hold the
main unit's STOP (  ) button for longer than 5 seconds. INITIAL
appears on the display and all settings will return to the default values.
• Press the POWER button.
Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings.
Do not use this unless necessary.
Can't receive radio broadcasts.
• Is the antenna connected properly?
• If the antenna's input signal is weak, install an external FM antenna in an
area with good reception.
While listening to TV audio through the
Blu-ray Home Cinema, no sound is
heard.
• If the EJECT button is pressed while listening to TV audio using the
D.IN or AUX functions, the BD/DVD functions are turned on and this mutes
the TV audio.
The
icon appears on screen.
• T he features or action cannot be completed at this time because:
1. The BD/DVD’s software restricts it.
2. The BD/DVD’s software doesn’t support the feature (e.g., angles)
3. The feature is not available at the moment.
4. You’ve requested a title or chapter number or search time that is out of range.
If the HDMI output is set to a resolution your
TV cannot support (for example, 1080p), you
may not see a picture on your TV.
• P ress the STOP (  ) utton (in front panel) for more than 5 seconds with
no disc inside. All settings will revert to the factory settings.
No HDMI output.
• C heck the connection between the TV and the HDMI jack of the Blu-ray
Home Cinema.
• Check if your TV supports 576p(480p)/720p/1080i/1080p HDMI input
resolution.
Abnormal HDMI output screen.
• If random noise appears on the screen, it means that TV does not support
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).
Cannot search for other access points
using USB wireless
• Check the Proxy is Off(Setup -> Network Setup -> Proxy)
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Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs
Small scratches on the disc may reduce sound and picture quality or cause skipping.
Be especially careful not to scratch discs when handling them.
● appendix
Handling discs
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Hold the disc by the edges so that fingerprints will not get on the surface.
Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
Disc Storage
Do not keep in direct sunlight
Keep in a cool
ventilated area
Keep in a clean Protection jacket.
Store vertically.
MM `` Do not allow the discs to become contaminated with dirt.
`` Do not load cracked or scratched discs.
Handling and Storing Discs
If you get fingerprints or dirt on the disc, clean it with a mild detergent diluted in water and wipe with a soft
cloth.
• When cleaning, wipe gently from the inside to the outside of the disc
MM `` Condensation may form if warm air comes into contact with cold parts inside the player.
When condensation forms inside the player, the player may not operate correctly. If this
occurs, remove the disc and let the player stand for 1 or 2 hours with the power on.
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Appendix
Specifications
General
Power Consumption
85 W
Weight
4.4 Kg
Dimensions
440(W) x 345(D) x 63(H) mm
Operating Temperature Range
+5°C~+35°C
Operating Humidity Range
10 % to 75 %
BD (Blu-ray Disc)
Reading Speed : 4.917m/sec
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc)
Disc
CD : 12 cm (COMPACT DISC)
CD : 8 cm (COMPACT DISC)
Composite Video
Reading Speed : 3.49 ~ 4.06 m/sec.
Approx. Play Time (Single Sided, Single Layer Disc) : 135 min.
Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6 m/sec.
Maximum Play Time : 74 min.
Reading Speed : 4.8 ~ 5.6 m/sec.
Maximum Play Time : 20 min.
1 channel : 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω load)
Blu-ray Disc : 576i(480i)
DVD : 576i(480i)
Y : 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω load)
Video Output
Component Video
Pr : 0.70 Vp-p (75 Ω load)
Pb : 0.70 Vp-p (75 Ω load)
Blu-ray Disc : 1080i, 720p, 576p(480p), 576i(480i) DVD : 576p(480p), 480i
Video/Audio
FM
Amplifier
HDMI
1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p(480p)
PCM multichannel audio, Bitstream audio, PCM audio
FM Frequency Range
87.5~108.0MHz
Signal/noise ratio
62dB
Usable sensitivity
10dB
Total harmonic distortion
0.4%
Front speaker output
165W x 2(3Ω)
Centre speaker output
170W(3Ω)
Surround speaker output
165W x 2(3Ω)
Subwoofer speaker output
170W(3Ω)
Frequency response
Analogue input
20Hz~20kHz (±3dB)
Digital input
20Hz~44kHz (±3dB)
S/N Ratio
70dB
Channel separation
60dB
Input sensitivity
(AUX)500mV
*: Nominal specification
- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd reserves the right to change the specifications without notice.
- Weight and dimensions are approximate.
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Specifications
HT-BD1250
Speaker system
Surround
3Ω
140Hz~20kHz
87dB/W/M
165W
330W
Centre
3Ω
140Hz~20kHz
87dB/W/M
170W
340W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Front/Surround : 100.5 x 210 x 99 mm
Centre : 300 x 59 x 50 mm
Subwoofer : 201 x 403 x 410 mm
Weights
Front/Surround : 0.70 Kg, Centre : 0.33 Kg Subwoofer : 5.39 Kg
Subwoofer
3Ω
40Hz~160Hz
90dB/W/M
170W
340W
● appendix
Speaker
Impedance
Frequency range
Output sound pressure level
Rated input
Maximum input
5.1ch speaker system
Front
3Ω
140Hz~50kHz
87dB/W/M
165W
330W
HT-BD1252
Speaker system
Speaker
Impedance
Frequency range
Output sound pressure level
Rated input
Maximum input
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weights
5.1ch speaker system
Front
Surround
Centre
3Ω
3Ω
3Ω
140Hz~20kHz 140Hz~20kHz 140Hz~20kHz
87dB/W/M
87dB/W/M
87dB/W/M
165W
165W
170W
330W
330W
340W
Front : 260 x 1120x 260 mm
Surround : 100 x 151 x 89 mm
Centre : 300 x 59 x 50 mm
Subwoofer : 201 x 403 x 410 mm
Subwoofer
3Ω
40Hz~160Hz
88dB/W/M
170W
340W
Front : 2.18 Kg, Surround : 0.42 Kg
Centre : 0.32 Kg, Subwoofer : 5.39 Kg
HT-BD1255
Speaker system
Speaker
Impedance
Frequency range
Output sound pressure level
Rated input
Maximum input
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weights
5.1ch speaker system
Front
Surround
Centre
3Ω
3Ω
3Ω
140Hz~50kHz 140Hz~20kHz 140Hz~20kHz
87dB/W/M
87dB/W/M
87dB/W/M
165W
165W
170W
330W
330W
340W
Front/Surround : 260 x 1202 x 260 mm
Centre : 300 x 59 x 50 mm
Subwoofer : 201 x 403 x 410 mm
Subwoofer
3Ω
40Hz~160Hz
88dB/W/M
170W
340W
Front/Surround : 2.88 Kg,
Centre : 0.34 Kg, Subwoofer : 5.39 Kg
*: Nominal specification
- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd reserves the right to change the specifications without notice.
- Weight and dimensions are approximate.
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❖❖ This Product uses some software programs which are distributed under the OpenSSL license.
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GPL software: Linu Kernel, Busybox, Binutilis
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