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Operating Instructions
Blu-ray Disc PLAYER
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly.
After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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CAUTION
This product is a class 1 laser product, but this
product contains a laser diode higher than Class 1.
To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers
or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
The following caution label appears on your unit.
Location: inside of the unit
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WARNING
WARNING
To prevent a fire hazard, do not place any naked
flame sources (such as a lighted candle) on the
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equipment.
This equipment is not waterproof. To prevent a fire
or shock hazard, do not place any container filled
with liquid near this equipment (such as a vase or
flower pot) or expose it to dripping, splashing, rain
or moisture.
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VENTILATION CAUTION
When installing this unit, make sure to leave
space around the unit for ventilation to improve
heat radiation (at least 10 cm at top, 10 cm at
rear, and 10 cm at each side).
WARNING
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the
product, and to protect it from overheating. To
prevent fire hazard, the openings should never be
blocked or covered with items (such as
newspapers, table-cloths, curtains) or by
operating the equipment on thick carpet or a bed.
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Operating Environment
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Operating environment temperature and humidity:
+5 ºC to +35 ºC (+41 ºF to +95 ºF); less than 85 %RH
(cooling vents not blocked)
Do not install this unit in a poorly ventilated area, or in
locations exposed to high humidity or direct sunlight (or
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strong artificial light)
WARNING
Before plugging in for the first time, read the following
section carefully.
The voltage of the available power supply differs
according to country or region. Be sure that the
power supply voltage of the area where this unit
will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., 230 V
or 120 V) written on the rear panel.
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CAUTION
The STANDBY/ON switch on this unit will not
completely shut off all power from the AC outlet.
Since the power cord serves as the main disconnect
device for the unit, you will need to unplug it from
the AC outlet to shut down all power. Therefore,
make sure the unit has been installed so that the
power cord can be easily unplugged from the AC
outlet in case of an accident. To avoid fire hazard,
the power cord should also be unplugged from the
AC outlet when left unused for a long period of time
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(for example, when on vacation).
If the AC plug of this unit does not match the AC
outlet you want to use, the plug must be removed
and appropriate one fitted. Replacement and
mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of
this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel. If connected to an AC outlet, the
cut-off plug can cause severe electrical shock. Make
sure it is properly disposed of after removal.
The equipment should be disconnected by removing
the mains plug from the wall socket when left
unused for a long period of time (for example, when
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on vacation).
This product complies with the Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC and EMC Directive2004/108/EC.
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This product is for general household purposes. Any
failure due to use for other than household purposes
(such as long-term use for business purposes in a
restaurant or use in a car or ship) and which
requires repair will be charged for even during the
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warranty period.
POWER-CORD CAUTION
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power
cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a
short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a
piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the
cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other
cords. The power cords should be routed such that they
are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord
can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check
the power cord once in a while. When you find it
damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized
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This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims of
certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other
rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited
viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
If you want to dispose this product, do not mix it with general household waste. There is a separate collection system for used
electronic products in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling.
Private households in the member states of the EU, in Switzerland and Norway may return their used electronic products free of charge to
designated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar new one).
For countries not mentioned above, please contact your local authorities for the correct method of disposal.
By doing so you will ensure that your disposed product undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential
negative effects on the environment and human health.
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For U.K model:
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel.
IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 10 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 10 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug
must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be obtained from your local dealer.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for your socket outlet, then the fuse shall be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of
safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue : Neutral Brown : Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows ;
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured RED.
How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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Contents
01 Before you start
06 Using the Home Media Gallery
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What’s in the box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Putting the batteries in the remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disc/content format playback compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
File compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Titles and chapters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVD-Video regions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BD-ROM regions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Rear panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Easy connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Using other types of video output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Connecting for HDMI output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connecting using the component video output . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Changing the output video resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connecting using an S-Video output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connecting for surround sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Network connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Controlling this player via another Pioneer component . . . . . . . 14
Using an external IR receiver with this player. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
03 Controls and displays
Front panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Front panel display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
04 Getting Started
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05 Using the Disc Navigator
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Movie Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Photo Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Music Navigator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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07 Video/Audio Adjust menu
Video Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Audio Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
02 Connecting up
Switching on and setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the on-screen displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up for network use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing movies, music and photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing BD/DVD movies and Audio CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playback controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frequently Asked Questions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
About network playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Using the Home Media Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Movie Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Photo Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Music Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
About Windows Media Player 11/Windows Media Connect . . . . 36
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08 Initial Setup menu
Using the Initial Setup menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
About the audio output settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Speaker Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Software updating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
09 Additional information
Taking care of your player and discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Screen sizes and disc formats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Resetting the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Setting up the remote to control your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
TV Preset code list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
BD/DVD language code list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
BD/DVD country/area code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
License . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Chapter 1
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Before you start
Features
BD-ROM playback
Blu-ray Disc is a next-generation video disc format featuring far
higher disc capacity than conventional DVD. The higher capacity
makes a whole range of new and enhanced features possible, such
as support for high-definition video up to 1920 x 1080 pixels, high
quality, surround sound audio, greater interactivity and richer
content.
BD-ROM discs are commercially produced discs (Video Distribution
format) that can contain movie and other video content, interactive
content, enhanced menu features such as pop-up menus (press
POPUP MENU/MENU during playback for these), full-colour,
high-definition animated buttons and animated menu transition
effects, button sounds (sounds are played when menu buttons are
selected or activated), high-definition bitmap subtitles supporting
full-colour images with frame-accurate animation effects up to full
video frame rate, and so on.
While BD capacity is enough for most applications, the BD-ROM
standard allows for content to be spread across several discs,
removing the limit of one physical disc. Follow the on-screen
instructions during playback when using these special kinds of
discs.
BD-J application
HDMI digital interface
The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) interconnect
provides high quality digital audio and video, all from a single
user-friendly connector. HDMI is the first consumer electronics
interface to support uncompressed standard, enhanced, or
high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel surround
sound audio, all using one interface. You can easily connect to an
HDMI-equipped AV receiver or audio-visual device for high quality
audio and video.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
HDMI Control
By connecting this unit to a Pioneer plasma television, AV system
(amplifier or AV receiver etc.), or HD AV Converter with an HDMI
cable, you can control this unit from the connected plasma
television, as well as have the connected plasma television, AV
system or HD AV Converter automatically change inputs in
response to this unit starting playback or having the GUI screen (ex.
Disc Navigator) displayed (known as the Auto-select function). The
connected plasma television can thereby have its power turned from
off to on by this function.
You can also have this unit turn on automatically when you control
this unit from a connected plasma television that is turned on
(Simultaneous power function).
Additionally, when the language information from a connected
plasma television is received, you can have this unit’s on-screen
display language change automatically to that of the plasma
television (only when playback is stopped and GUI screen is not
displayed).
Refer to your plasma television’s operating manual for more
information regarding how your plasma television transmits
language information.
For more information about which operations can be carried out by
connecting via HDMI cable, refer to the operating manual for your
plasma television, AV system or HD AV Converter.
The BD-ROM specification supports Java for interactive content.
The Java specification for BD-ROM is known as BD-J. This allows
content providers to put games and other interactive material linked
to specific titles on to BD-ROM discs. (This player does not support
downloadable BD-J content, direct connection to the Internet or the
retrieval of content through the Internet.)
• Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and
other countries.
• © 2000-2007 Esmertec AG
Esmertec and Jbed are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of
Esmertec AG.
PureCinema
When you playback film material (24 frames/second) on a BD-ROM
or DVD-Video disc, the progressive scan line automatically converts
the film material to optimum quality (see PureCinema on page 37).
1080/50p, 1080/60p and 1080/24p output video
This player supports a variety of output video resolutions, up to
1080 lines/50 or 60 frames per second, progressive (HDMI only),
making it ideal for playing high-definition Blu-ray Discs.
Connect to a local area network
Connect this player to one or more computers in your house via
Ethernet and use them as media servers, streaming audio, video
and still image files for playback on your TV and/or audio system.
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High quality audio
• HDMI cable
• LAN cable
• Power cable
• Warranty card
Putting the batteries in the remote control
• Insert two AA/R6P batteries into the battery compartment
following the indications (,) inside the compartment.
This player is compatible with Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus,
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, Dolby Digital and DTS.
To enjoy Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio at the maximum performance, connect this player
to a Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio-compatible AV amplifier using an HDMI cable. Then, after
placing a Blu-ray Disc recording a material with Dolby TrueHD,
Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, open the disc
menu and select “Dolby TrueHD”, “Dolby Digital Plus” or “DTS-HD
High Resolution Audio” from the menu.
• Don’t use different kinds of batteries together — although they
may look similar, different batteries may have different voltages.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• Make sure that the plus and minus ends of each battery match
the indications in the battery compartment.
• “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered trademarks of
DTS, Inc.
• Remove batteries from equipment that isn’t going to be used for
a month or more.
Video files encoded in the Windows Media™ Video (WMV), MPEG-1/
2 formats are playable from DVD-R/-RW, or from a connected media
server.
Music file playback
This player supports various audio formats, including Windows
Media Audio (WMA), MP3 and WAV. You can play files stored on
DVD-R/-RW, or from a connected media server.
Photo file playback
PNG, GIF and JPEG image files — including the popular EXIF format
used by most digital cameras to store picture shooting information
together with the JPEG image — are playable from DVD-R/-RW, or
from a connected media server.
• Windows Media™ is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
• This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation
and cannot be used or distributed without a license from
Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
What’s in the box
Please confirm that the following accessories are in the box along
with these operating instructions when you open it:
• Remote control
• AA/R6P dry cell batteries x2
• Stereo audio cable (red/white plugs)
• Video cable (yellow plugs)
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• Don’t mix new and old batteries together.
For the output conditions of various audio types, see About the audio
output settings on page 42.
Movie file playback
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Important
Incorrect use of batteries can result in hazards such as leakage and
bursting. Please observe the following:
• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s
rules that apply in your country/area.
• WARNING
Do not use or store batteries in direct sunlight or other
excessively hot place, such as inside a car or near a heater. This
can cause batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. It
can also reduce the life or performance of batteries.
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Using the remote control
Please keep in mind the following when using the remote control:
• Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote and
the remote sensor on the unit.
• The remote has a range of about 7 m (at an angle of 30º from
either side of the sensor). Use within this range in front of the
remote control sensor on the front panel.
• Remote operation may become unreliable if strong sunlight or
fluorescent light is shining on the unit’s remote sensor.
• Remote controllers for different devices can interfere with each
other. Avoid using remotes for other equipment located close to
this unit.
• Replace the batteries when you notice a fall off in the operating
range of the remote.
• When the batteries run down or you change the batteries, the TV
preset codes are automatically reset. See Resetting the player on
page 45 to reset them.
Disc/content format playback compatibility
– This player can also play DVD discs containing PC data.
See below for the file compatibility.
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• This player cannot play DVD-Audio and DVD-RAM discs.
General disc compatibility
This player is compatible with a range of disc types (media) and
formats. Compatible discs will usually feature one of the following
logos on the disc and/or disc packaging. Note however that some
disc types, such as recordable BD, DVD or CD, may be in an
unplayable format — see below for further compatibility
information.
Blu-ray Disc (BD)
CD compatibility
• This player can play CD-DA discs.
• PC files stored on CDs cannot be played back.
• Regarding copy protected CDs: This product is designed to
conform to the specifications of the Audio CD format. This
player does not support the playback or function of discs that do
not conform to these specifications.
• The audio signals of a CD output at the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL/OPTICAL) jacks of this player are protected from
copying and cannot be copied on other external components.
DVD-Video
DVD-R
DVD-R DL
DVD-RW
DualDisc playback
A DualDisc is a new two -sided disc, one side of which contains DVD
content – video, audio, etc. – while the other side contains non-DVD
content such as digital audio material.
The DVD side of a DualDisc will play in this product (excluding any
DVD-Audio content).
The non-DVD, audio side of the disc is not compatible with this
player.
It is possible that when loading or ejecting a DualDisc, the opposite
side to that being played will be scratched. Scratched discs may not
be playable.
• “Blu-ray Disc” and
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are trademarks.
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing
Corporation.
• This player may not be able to play perfectly every disc that
features one of the logos listed above. Please contact Pioneer if
you find a disc that won’t play properly.
BD compatibility
• This player can play BD-ROM discs.
– BD-ROM discs should conform to BD-ROM Profile 1.
• This player can play BD-R discs.
– This player is compatible with Blu-ray Disc Recordable format
Ver. 21.
– This player is not compatible with Blu-ray Disc Recordable
format Ver. 12.
For more detailed information on the DualDisc specification, please
refer to the disc manufacturer or disc retailer.
PC-created disc compatibility
Discs recorded using a personal computer may not be playable in
this unit due to the settings of the application software used to
create the disc. Check with the software publisher for more detailed
information.
Important
• This player cannot play discs other than the ones listed in this
chapter.
• Do not use 8 cm disc adapters with this player. 8 cm discs can
be played directly by placing then in the 8 cm disc depression in
the center of the disc tray.
File compatibility
• This player can play BD-RE discs.
– This player is compatible with Blu-ray Disc Rewritable format
Ver. 31.
– This player is not compatible with Blu-ray Disc Rewritable
format Ver. 13 and Ver. 22.
• This player can play 12 cm discs, but cannot play 8 cm discs.
DVD compatibility
• This player can play DVD-ROM (DVD-Video)/-R/-RW discs.
– This player can play DVD-R/-RW discs recorded as DVD-Video
format.
• Compatible media: DVD-R, DVD-RW, media server on network
(some formats may not be supported depending on the media
server type).
• Even when they are in a supported format, some files may not
play or display depending on the content.
• Even when playing a supported format, some functions may not
operate properly depending on the content.
• DRM-protected contents on DVD-R/-RW discs or on media
servers that do not support WMDRM, and otherwise
incompatible files are skipped.
– This player cannot play unfinalized DVD discs and VR mode
DVD discs.
Note
1 The standard for recording of BDMV format data.
2 The standard for recording of BDAV format data.
3 The standard that uses the provided cartridge.
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• Please note, the following file naming structure needs to be
adhered to when creating/renaming any digital media to be
played on the unit (either through computer-created disc media,
or the Home Media Gallery connection). This disclaimer does
not apply to any media purchased at retail locations: Due to the
coding system used, this player will only read/play files named
using standard alphanumeric characters. Any other characters
or symbols (e.g. characters with accents) used in naming the
file will render it unreadable/unplayable by the unit. If you
encounter any difficulties with playback of media, please
rename the file in accordance to this standard.
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Supported video formats
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Windows Media Video 9 (WMV9)1
– MP@HL
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Windows Media Video 9 (WMV9) Advanced Profile (VC-1)
– AP@L3
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MPEG-2 (PS/TS)
– MP@HL
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MPEG-1
Supported audio formats
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Windows Media Audio 9 (WMA9)
– Bit rate: up to 192 kbps (constant bit-rate (CBR));
Even when files have a supported file extension, some files may not
play or display depending on the content or media server type.
Titles and chapters
BD and DVD movie discs are divided into one or more titles. Titles
may be further subdivided into chapters.
Title 1
Title 2
Title 3
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DVD-Video regions
All commercially produced DVD movies (DVD-Video discs) carry a
region mark on the case somewhere that indicates which region(s)
of the world the disc is compatible with. This player also has a region
mark, which you can find on the rear panel. Discs from incompatible
regions will not play in this player. Discs marked ALL will play in any
player.
The diagram below shows the various DVD regions of the world.
1
up to 384 kbps (variable bit-rate (VBR))
5
2
– Sampling rates: 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
6
•
Windows Media Audio 9 Professional (WMA9 Pro)
– Bit rate: up to 768 kbps
2
1
3
4
– Sampling rates: 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
5
2
4
– Channels: up to 5.1ch
•
•
MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)
– Sampling rates: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
– Bit rate: up to 320 kbps
Linear PCM (WAV)
– Sampling rates: 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
Supported image formats
•
JPEG
– File format: JFIF or Exif
This player is region 2.
BD-ROM regions
Like DVD movies, BD movie discs (BD-ROM) also carry a region
mark that indicates which region(s) of the world the disc is compatible with. This player also has a region mark, which you can find on
the rear panel. Discs from incompatible regions will not play in this
player. Discs marked ALL will play in any player.
The diagram below shows the various BD-ROM regions of the world.
– Resolution: up to 4096 x 4096 pixels
Baseline JPEG and progressive JPEG are supported
•
PNG
– Resolution: up to 4096 x 4096 pixels
•
GIF
– Resolution: up to 4096 x 4096 pixels
File extensions
The following file extensions should be used with this player:
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Video
‘.wmv’ ‘.mpg’ ‘.mpeg’
•
Audio
‘.wma’ ‘.mp3’ ‘.wav’
•
Image
‘.jpg’ ‘.jpeg’ ‘.png’ ‘.gif’
Note
1 This player is not compatible with WMV9 Complex Profile.
Region A
Region B
Region C
This player is region B.
Chapter 2
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Connecting up
Rear panel
1
2 3
CONTROL
4
5
6
7
8
IN
IR
AC IN
9
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
10 11
1 AC IN
Connect the supplied power cord here, then plug into a power
outlet.
8 AUDIO OUT (5.1ch)
Multi-channel (5.1ch) analog audio outputs for connection to an AV
receiver with multi-channel analog audio inputs (page 13).
2 CONTROL IN
Use to control this player from the remote sensor of another Pioneer
component with a CONTROL OUT terminal and bearing the 
mark. Connect the CONTROL OUT of the other component to the
CONTROL IN of this player using a mini-plug cord (page 14).
9 AUDIO OUT (2ch)
Stereo analog audio outputs for connection to your TV, AV receiver
or stereo system (page 10).
3 HDMI OUT
HDMI output providing a high quality interface for digital audio and
video (page 11).
4 LAN (100)
Ethernet port for 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps) network connection
(page 14).
10 IR IN
Jack for an external IR (infrared) remote control receiver (page 15).
11 IR RECEIVER switch
Switch to the setting compatible with your external IR remote
control receiver (page 15).
Tip
5 VIDEO OUT and S-VIDEO OUT
Video output (composite) that you can connect to your TV or AV
receiver using the supplied video cable (page 10).
• When connecting this player to your TV, AV receiver or other
equipment, make sure that all components are ‘switched off’
and ‘unplugged’.
S-Video output that you can use instead of the VIDEO OUT jacks
(page 12).
• You may find it useful to have the manuals supplied with your
other components handy when connecting this player.
6 COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
High quality video output for connection to a TV, monitor or AV
receiver that has component video inputs.
Connect using a commercially available three-way component video
cable (page 11).
7 DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL)
Digital audio outputs for connection to a PCM, Dolby Digital, and/or
DTS-compatible AV receiver (page 13).
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Easy connections
To audio input
To video input
TV
CONTROL
IN
IR
AC IN
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
To power outlet
This is a basic setup that allows you to watch discs on your TV using
just the cables supplied.
Important
• This player is equipped with copy protection technology. Do not
connect this player to your TV via a VCR using AV cables, as the
picture from this player will not appear properly on your TV. (This
player may also not be compatible with some combination TV/
VCRs for the same reason; refer to the manufacturer for more
information.)
• Do not unplug the player from the power outlet while it is
switched on.
• Do not plug this player into a switched power supply found on
some amplifiers and AV receivers.
1 Connect the VIDEO OUT and one pair of AUDIO OUT (2ch)
jacks to a set of audio/video inputs on your TV.
Use the supplied red/white stereo audio and yellow video cables.
Make sure you match up the left and right audio outputs with their
corresponding inputs for correct stereo sound.
See Using other types of video output below if you want to use a
different type of connection.
2 Connect the supplied AC power cord to the AC IN inlet,
then plug into a power outlet.
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Using other types of video output
This player has standard (composite), S-Video and component video
outputs, as well as an HDMI connector (for digital video/audio).
In order to be able to watch HD (high definition) BDs at their full
resolution, you should connect the player to your TV using either the
component video output, or (even better) the HDMI output.
An HDMI connection will additionally give you HD output when
watching DVDs.
If your display has neither of these connection types, an S-Video jack
is also provided, which should give slightly better video quality than
using the standard video output.
Connecting for HDMI output
If you have an HDMI or DVI (with HDCP) equipped monitor or
display, you can connect it to this player using the supplied HDMI
cable.
The HDMI connector outputs uncompressed digital video, as well as
most digital audio formats.
Important
• This unit has been designed to be compliant with HDMI
(High-Definition Multimedia Interface). Depending on the
component you have connected, using a DVI connection may
result in unreliable signal transfers.
• If you change the display connected to the HDMI output, you will
also need to change the output video resolution settings to
match the new display (see Changing the output video resolution
on page 12 to do this).
• The HDMI connection is compatible with 8-channel linear PCM
signals (44.1 kHz to 192 kHz1, 16 bit/20 bit/24 bit), Dolby Digital,
Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio and DTS (5.1 channel signals) bitstreams.
• Depending on the HDMI cable being used, 1080p output may
not appear correctly (The supplied HDMI cable is capable of
outputting 1080p video).
• If you connect a DVI device to the HDMI output of this player,
ensure that it is compliant with High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection (HDCP). If you choose to connect to a DVI connector,
you will need a separate adaptor (DVIHDMI) to do so. A DVI
connection, however, does not support audio signals. Consult
your local audio dealer for more information.
• Use an HDMI cable (supplied) to connect the HDMI OUT
interconnect on this player to an HDMI interconnect on an
HDMI-compatible display.
To HDMI
interconnect
After switching on the player you may need to set the output video
resolution and HDMI colour space for compatibility with your
display. See Changing the output video resolution on page 12 and
HDMI Color Space in Using the Initial Setup menu on page 39.
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About HDMI
HDMI supports both standard and high-definition video, plus
standard and multi-channel surround-sound audio. HDMI features
include uncompressed digital video, one connector (instead of
several cables and connectors), and communication between the
AV source and AV devices such as DTVs.
HDMI was developed to provide the technologies of High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection (HDCP) as well as Digital Visual Interface
(DVI) in one specification. HDCP is used to protect digital content
transmitted and received by DVI-compliant displays.
About HDMI Control
You can enable HDMI Control by turning the HDMI Control setting
to On for all components connected via HDMI cable. Check the
video output from this unit once you have completed making
connections and settings for all components. You will need to check
the video output each time you change connected components or
remove the HDMI cable.
If you want to use an HDMI cable other than the supplied HDMI
cable, use the one that supports the HDMI 1.3 specification
(Category 2) or later. The HDMI Control functions may not operate
properly if you do not use an HDMI cable that supports the HDMI 1.3
specification (Category 2) or later.
Connecting using the component video
output
You can use the component video output instead of the standard
video out jack to connect this player to your TV (or other equipment).
• Use a component video cable (not supplied) to connect the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks to a component video input on
your TV, monitor or AV receiver.
Be careful to match up the colours of the three jacks for correct
connection.
To component
video input
HDMI-compatible display
CONTROL
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
TV
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
CONTROL
• The arrow on the cable connector body should be face up for
correct alignment with the connector on the player.
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
Note
1 There are some restrictions depending on the sampling rate. For more information see About the audio output settings on page 42.
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R
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Changing the output video resolution
Use the OUTPUT RESOLUTION button located on both the front
panel and the remote control to switch the output video resolution
for the HDMI and component video outputs.
The table below shows the output settings.
24p output
For smooth presentation of 1080/24p or 720/24p video with an
HDMI-equipped display compatible with 1080/24p input, set
24p Direct Out (page 39) on this player to On.
This player will output 1080/24p video over HDMI in the following
cases:
• 1080/24p video: When the output video resolution is set to Auto
or Source Direct.
TV
HDMI output
system
Component
output
Video/S-Video
output
PAL
NTSC
TV’s preferred
resolution1,2
TV’s preferred
resolution3
576/50i
480/60i
PAL
NTSC
576/50i
480/60i
576/50i
480/60i
576/50i
480/60i
576p or PAL
480p
NTSC
576/50p
480/60p
576/50p
480/60p
576/50i
480/60i
720p
PAL
NTSC
720/50p
720/60p
576/50i
720/60p 4,5
576/50i
480/60i
1080i
PAL
NTSC
1080/50i
1080/60i
576/50i
1080/60i4,5
576/50i
480/60i
Connecting using an S-Video output
1080p
PAL
NTSC
1080/50p
1080/60p
576/50i
480/60i
576/50i
480/60i
You can use the S-Video output instead of the VIDEO OUT jack to
connect this player to your TV (or other equipment).
Source
Direct
PAL
NTSC
Dependent on
source1,2
Dependent on
source 2,5,6,
576/50i
480/60i
• Use an S-Video cable (not supplied) to connect the S-VIDEO
OUT to an S-Video input on your TV, monitor or AV receiver.
Line up the small triangle above the jack with the same mark on the
plug before plugging in.
Setting
AUTO
576i or
480i
1. Refer to 24p output below for conditions.
2. The video output will be interrupted when switching the video output.
3. For resolutions that cannot be output by component output, video is output in the
following resolutions:
PAL: 576/50i
NTSC: 480/60i
4. Video output is 480i during copy protected DVD-Video playback.
5. Video output during BD-ROM playback is 576i/480i depending on the disc.
6. The frame frequency for 1080/24p is still 60 Hz.
Note
• 720/24p video: When the output video resolution is set to Auto.
Note
• Even when 24p Direct Out is set to On, if a TV not compatible
with 1080/24p video is connected, the actual frame frequency of
the video output will be 60 Hz.
• The video output will be interrupted when switching the video
output from 1080/24p or 720/24p to other output video
resolutions, or when switching to 1080/24p or 720/24p from
other output video resolutions.
To S-video input
TV
• Depending on your display, some of the settings may result in
the picture disappearing. In this case, press
OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appears.
CONTROL
• 720/50p, 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/60p and 1080/24p output is
only compatible with HDMI displays. They are not compatible
with the component video output.
• When output video resolution is set to 720p, 1080i or 1080p,
video is output in 16:9 format even if TV Aspect Ratio (page 39)
is set to 4:3 (Standard).
• If the contours of the displayed subjects look jagged or blurred,
try setting the output video resolution to 576i/480i. (If you
connected this player to your TV with the HDMI connection and
the picture disappears when you switch the output video
resolution to 576i/480i, use the component connection with the
576i/480i output video resolution or S-Video, the standard
composite connection instead.)
• Note that when using a Component Video connection with a TV
or other AV component (not using HDMI), 480/60i video may be
output in 480/60p, and 576/50i video may be output in 576/50p.
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IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
Connecting for surround sound
Analog connections
This player offers both analog and digital connections for surround
sound. The digital outputs (coaxial and optical) provide a convenient
way to connect this player to an AV receiver with built-in Dolby
Digital and/or DTS decoders. The 5.1ch analog outputs can be used
to connect to an AV receiver with multi-channel analog audio inputs.
Check the operating instructions that came with your AV receiver for
more on these connections.
Digital connections
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• Connect the AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) jacks on this player to the
multi-channel analog inputs on your AV receiver.
Use a dedicated six-way cable (not supplied), or three sets of stereo
cables (not supplied) to connect the six channels.
Check carefully that each channel is connected to its corresponding
channel on the AV receiver.
After connecting, you can make settings for the number of speakers
connected to your system — see the Speakers section of the Initial
Setup menu on page 41 and Speaker Setup on page 43.
• Connect one of the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL/
OPTICAL) jacks on this player to a digital input on your AV
receiver.
To multi-channel
input
AV receiver
To coaxial/optical
digital input
AV receiver
CONTROL
CONTROL
IN
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
SETTING 2
S
IR RECEIVER
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
PB
LAN(100)
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
HDMI OUT
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
R
Optical connection: Use an optical cable (not supplied) to connect
the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT OPTICAL jack to an optical input on your
AV receiver.
• When inserting the plug, the protective shutter will open and
you should hear the plug click into position when fully inserted.
Take care not to force the plug as this may damage the shutter,
the cable and/or the player.
Coaxial connection: Use a coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect
the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT COAXIAL jack to a coaxial input on your
AV receiver.
Note
• Linear PCM audio output over the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL/OPTICAL) jacks is limited to 2ch, 48 kHz.
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Network connection
Connecting directly to a PC
This player can be connected to a local area network (LAN) via the
Ethernet port on the rear panel.
After making the physical connection the player needs to be set up
for network communication. This is done from the Initial Setup
menu — see Setting up for network use on page 19 for detailed
instructions.
If you only need to use one PC to act as a media server, you can
connect this player directly to the PC using the included LAN cable.
CONTROL
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
SETTING 1
R
PR
S
IR RECEIVER
For best performance, we recommend using a 100BASE-TX
compatible PC and Ethernet hub.
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
Connecting via an Ethernet hub
If you already operate one or more PCs on a local area network, you
can integrate this player by connecting it to the Ethernet hub using
the included LAN cable.
LAN(10/100)
In the example configuration below, this player would be able to
access content from either of the PCs.
CONTROL
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
PB
L
PC
SETTING 1
PR
S
IR RECEIVER
R
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
1
2
3
COAXIAL
4
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
Ethernet hub
(router with hub functionality)
Controlling this player via another Pioneer
component
The CONTROL IN jack allows you to control this player via the
remote control sensor of another Pioneer component — typically an
AV receiver — that has a CONTROL OUT jack. Remote control
signals are passed through to the player from the remote sensor of
the other component, allowing you greater freedom in the
placement of your player.
• Use a miniplug cord (not supplied) to connect the CONTROL
IN jack of this player with the CONTROL OUT jack of your other
Pioneer component.
LAN(10/100)
LAN(10/100)
To CONTROL OUT
AV Receiver
PC 1
PC 2
CONTROL
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
• You will also need to connect a coaxial digital cable, analog
audio cable, or video cable.
• When connected via System Control, point the remote control
toward the connected component (such as an AV receiver). The
remote will not work correctly when pointed at this unit.
• You cannot connect use System Control with components that
do not have a System Control jack or with components
manufactured by companies other than Pioneer.
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Using an external IR receiver with this player
02
If you prefer to keep your AV equipment in a closed cabinet, you can
use an external IR receiver connected to the IR IN jack. You can thus
have just the receiver outside of the cabinet and still be able to
control the player.
IR receiver
CONTROL
IN
IR
AUDIO OUT
(5.1ch)
Y
IN
CENTER
VIDEO OUT
SETTING 2
HDMI OUT
PB
LAN(100)
AUDIO OUT
(2ch)
FRONT
SURROUND
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
L
SETTING 1
IR RECEIVER
S
R
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
SUB WOOFER
R
Tip
• You may need to set the IR RECEIVER switch (located under the
IR IN jack) for this player to recognize the IR receiver correctly.
• This player does not supply power to the external IR receiver.
Please see the operating instructions of the IR receiver for the
power requirements.
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Chapter 3
Controls and displays
Front panel
1
2
3
4
5
10
1  STANDBY/ON
Press to switch the player on (the power indicator and indicator in
the middle of the unit light up when the power is on) or into standby.
2
Disc tray
9
6
6  (play)
Press to start or resume playback.
7  (stop)
Press to stop playback (you can resume playback by pressing ).
8  (pause) (pause)
Press to pause playback. Press again to restart.
4
9
Indicators
• FL OFF – Lights when the display and other indicators are
switched off.
• LAN – Lights when there is an active local area network (LAN)
connection.
• HDMI – Lights when a device is connected via HDMI.
5 Display
Shows disc status and playback information.
Skip/scan buttons
•   – Press to jump to the next chapter, track, etc. Press
and hold for fast forward scanning.
•   – Press to jump back to the beginning of the current
chapter, track, etc. then to previous chapters, tracks, etc. Press
and hold for fast reverse scanning.
10 OUTPUT RESOLUTION
Press to switch the output resolution over HDMI and component
video outputs. See Changing the output video resolution on page 12.
Front panel display
L
1
2
1 
Lights during playback of a disc.
2 Character display
Shows various playback information — disc time, chapter and title
number, etc.
3 NTSC
Lights when the video output signal format is NTSC.
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3  OPEN/CLOSE
Press to open or close the disc tray.
• HD – Lights when the video output is 720p, 1080i or 1080p
(HDMI), or 720p or 1080i (component).
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8
3
Remote control
9 DISPLAY
Press to display information (see page 23).
03
10
ANGLE
Press to change the camera angle during BD-ROM or DVD-Video
movie multi-angle scene playback (see page 23).
STANDBY/ON
1

FL
DIMMER
OPEN/CLOSE

3
2
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
5
4
6
CLEAR
7
8
11
13
ENTER
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
DISPLAY
POPUP MENU
DISC NAVIGATOR
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
15
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
13 /// and ENTER
Use to navigate on-screen displays and menus. Press ENTER to
select an option or execute a command.
15 RETURN
Press to return to a previous screen.
16 Red/Green/Yellow/Blue
Use to navigate BD-ROM menus.
17
PLAY MODE
When playing a movie file on a DVD-R/-RW disc or media servers,
press the Blue button to switch the TV system frame rate (50 Hz/
60 Hz) (see About NTSC/PAL TV systems on page 20).
PHOTO ZOOM
18
19
VIDEO
ADJUST
TV CONTROL
21
12 POPUP MENU/MENU
BD-ROM: Press to display/hide the pop-up menu.
DVD-Video: Press to display the disc menu (if there is one).
14 HOME MENU
Press to display the player’s Home Menu, from which you can
access most of the player’s functions.
MENU
TOP MENU
14
16
9
10
12
11 DISC NAVIGATOR/TOP MENU
Press to display the top menu of a BD-ROM or DVD-Video disc.
When playing a DVD-R/-RW disc, press to display/exit the Disc
Navigator.

INPUT
SELECT
CHANNEL
VOLUME
20
17 Playback controls
 : Press to start reverse/forward scanning.
: Press to start or resume playback.
 (pause): Press to pause playback; press again to restart.
BD PLAYER
: Press to stop playback (you can resume playback by pressing
).
1  STANDBY/ON
Press to switch the player on or into standby.
 : Press to jump to the start of the previous/next chapter/
track.
2  OPEN/CLOSE
Press to open or close the disc tray.
 /
page 22).
: Use for slow motion and step frame (see
3 FL DIMMER
Press to change the brightness of the display. When the display and
other indicators are off, the FL OFF indicator (page 16) lights.
18 PLAY MODE
Press to change the Play Mode (repeat play, for example) (see
page 22).
4
19 PHOTO ZOOM
Press to zoom the screen when displaying a still image (see
page 23).
Number buttons
Use to enter title, chapter or track numbers, etc.
CLEAR: Press to clear a numeric entry, etc.
ENTER: Press to select an option or execute a command.
5 HOME MEDIA GALLERY
Press to display the Home Media Gallery screen (see page 30).
20 VIDEO ADJUST
Press to display the Video Adjust screen (see page 37).
21 TV CONTROL buttons
See also Setting up the remote to control your TV on page 46.
6 OUTPUT RESOLUTION
Press to switch the output resolution over HDMI and component
video outputs (see pages 12 and 23).
: Press  to turn the TV on or into standby.
7
AUDIO
Press to select the audio channel or language (see page 23).
CHANNEL +/–: Use to select TV channel.
8
SUBTITLE
Press to select a subtitle display (see page 23).
VOLUME +/–: Use to adjust the volume.
INPUT SELECT: Press to change the input function of the TV.
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Chapter 4
Getting Started
Switching on and setting up
When you switch the player on for the first time the Setup Navigator
screen appears. We recommend using this to make a few basic
player settings.
4
Press ENTER to start setting up using the Setup Navigator.
Setup Navigator
Before using, make some simple
settings for the BD player.
Start
Cancel
Please use the Initial Setup if you
want to make more detailed settings.
STANDBY/ON


If you don’t want to use the Setup Navigator, press  to select
Cancel, then press ENTER to exit the Setup Navigator.
5 Use the / buttons to select the output video resolution
then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
Output Video Resolution
ENTER
Auto
576i/480i
576p/480p
720p
1080i
1080p
Source Direct
1
Switch on your TV and set the video input to this player.
2 Press the  STANDBY/ON button on the remote control or
the front panel to switch on.
• It can take up to one minute for the unit to turn on.
• When you switch on for the first time, your TV should display the
Setup Navigator screen. (If the Setup Navigator doesn’t appear,
you can also access it from the Initial Setup menu; see page 41).
• When you have this unit connected to a plasma television that is
compatible with HDMI Control, language settings are imported
from the plasma television’s OSD settings before Setup
Navigator begins.
3 Use the / buttons to choose a language, then press
ENTER.
Setup Navigator
Language
English
français
Deutsch
Italiano
Español
If you connected this player to your TV using the HDMI connector,
select from Auto, 576i/480i (interlaced), 576p/480p (progressive),
720p, 1080i, 1080p, or Source Direct, then skip to step 7 (the
aspect ratio will automatically be set to 16:9 (Widescreen)).
Generally, the Auto setting is recommended.
Setup Navigator
Output Video Resolution
S-Video/Video only
576i/480i
576p/480p
720p
1080i
Don't Know
If you’re using an S-Video or composite video connection, select SVideo/Video only.
If you’re using a component video connection, match the output
setting with the capabilities of your TV. Select from: 576i/480i,
576p/480p, 720p, 1080i or Don’t Know. If you select 720p or
1080i, skip the next step since the aspect ratio will automatically be
set to 16:9 (Widescreen).
6 Use the / buttons to select the aspect ratio of your TV
then press ENTER.
Setup Navigator
TV Aspect Ratio
16:9 (Widescreen)
4:3 (Standard)
If you have a widescreen TV, select 16:9 (Widescreen); if you have a
standard size TV, select 4:3 (Standard).
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7 Select ‘Finish Setup’ to accept the settings and exit the
Setup Navigator, or ‘Go Back’ to go through the settings again.
4 Use the on-screen keypad to enter a name for the player.
This is how the player will appear to connected devices on the local
area network.
Setup Navigator
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Device
name input
Setup is complete!
Enjoy using your BD player!
Finish Setup
Go Back
You can run the Setup Navigator at any time by selecting it from the
Options menu — see page 41.
About the screen saver
If the player is stopped or paused for more than five minutes with no
other operation, the screen saver starts.
SHFT
SPC
DEL
CLR
• Use the /// buttons and ENTER to select characters
from the keypad.
• Select SHFT to toggle between upper and lower case.
Once the screen saver has started, pressing any button on the front
panel or remote will clear it and return the player to normal
operation.
• Select SPC to insert a space.
The screen saver starts for CDs and music files after five minutes
pass without any commands input, whether or not playback has
been paused or stopped.
• Select CLR to clear the name field.
Using the on-screen displays
This player makes extensive use of graphical on-screen displays
(OSDs). You should get used to the way these work as you’ll need to
use them when setting up the player, using some of the playback
features, and when making more advanced settings for audio and
video.
All the screens are navigated in basically the same way, using the
cursor buttons (///) to change the highlighted item and
pressing ENTER to select it.
Button
What it does
HOME MENU
Display/exit the on-screen display
///
Changes the highlighted menu item
ENTER
Selects the highlighted menu item
RETURN
Returns to the previous menu or screen without
saving changes
• Select DEL to delete the character at the current cursor position
in the name field.
5 Select ‘DONE’ to register the name and exit the input
screen.
Select CANCEL to close the keypad without registering the name.
6 Select ‘IP Configuration’ then ‘Next Screen’ to display the
IP configuration screen.
Initial Setup
Video Out
Audio Out
Language
Parental Lock
Network
Speakers
Options
IP Configuration
Auto set IP Address
IP Address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
Off
192 . 255 . 255 . 0
255 . 255 . 255 . 0
192 . 168 . 1 . 0
Set the IP address.
7 Set ‘Auto set IP Address’ to ‘On’.
If there is a DHCP server on the local area network (LAN), this player
will automatically be allocated an IP address. If you’re using a
broadband router or broadband modem that has a DHCP (Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol) server function, select On. The IP
address will automatically be determined.
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you select On, this
player will use its own Auto IP function to determine the IP address.
Tip
• Information at the bottom of an OSD screen explains the
currently selected menu item and shows which buttons can be
used for that screen.
Setting up for network use
If you’ve connected this player to a local area network (LAN) you may
need to make a few settings before you can use the Home Media
Gallery feature over the network.
1
Press HOME MENU and select ‘Initial Setup’.
2
Select ‘Network’.
3
Select ‘Device Name’ then ‘Next Screen’.
• If you want to set the IP address manually, select Off then set
the IP Address, Subnet mask and Default gateway: Use the /
// buttons to select a field; use the number buttons to
enter a value. Press ENTER to finish and exit the screen.
8 Press HOME MENU to exit the Initial Setup menu.
You should now be able to use the Home Media Gallery (accessible
from the Home Menu). See Using the Home Media Gallery on
page 30 for more.
• For information on DHCP refer to the network device’s operating
instructions.
• You may need to contact your service provider or network
administrator when manually entering an IP address.
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Playing movies, music and photos
Using this player, you can enjoy watching movies, listening to music
and browsing photos, from DVD discs or from a media server on the
network. How you navigate, browse and play content varies
according to the format of the content and the media:
• To play a DVD movie disc (i.e., one containing DVD-Video
application format), see Playing BD/DVD movies and Audio CD
below.
• To play a DVD-R/-RW disc recorded with movie, music or photo
files, turn to Using the Disc Navigator on page 25.
• To play content from a media server, please refer to Using the
Home Media Gallery on page 30.
Playing BD/DVD movies and Audio CD
The basic playback controls for playing BD/DVD movies and Audio
CD discs are covered here. Further functions are detailed in the next
chapter.
When playing BD-ROM discs:
• Commercially produced BD-ROM movie discs often go straight
to the disc menu when playback is started (sometimes preceded
by an opening sequence). Navigate through the disc menu
using the cursor keys (///) and the ENTER button. You
can also use the number buttons to select numbered items in
some menus.
• To get back to the top menu, press TOP MENU.
• Some BD-ROM discs feature pop-up menus that do not
interrupt playback; press POPUP MENU/MENU to access
these.
When playing DVD-Video discs:
• Commercially produced DVD movies often go straight to the
disc menu when playback is started (sometimes preceded by an
opening sequence). Navigate the disc menu using the cursor
(///) and ENTER buttons. You can also use the number
buttons to select numbered items in some menus.
• To get back to the top menu, press TOP MENU.
• To get back to the disc menu, press POPUP MENU/MENU.
When playing Audio CDs:
• For more information see Playback controls on page 21.
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE


5 When you’ve finished using the player, eject the disc and
switch the player back into standby.
• To open/close the disc tray, press  OPEN/CLOSE. Remove the
disc before putting the player into standby.
• Press  STANDBY/ON to switch the player into standby.
About NTSC/PAL TV systems
POPUP MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
ENTER
1 If the player isn’t already on, press  STANDBY/ON to
switch it on.
Also turn on your TV and make sure that it is set to the correct video
input.
2
Press  OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.
3 Load a disc.
Load a disc with the label side facing up, using the disc tray guide
to align the disc (if you’re loading a double-sided DVD-Video disc,
load it with the side you want to play face down).
The player will take a short while to read the disc, after which the
disc type will show up in the front panel display.
4
Press  to start playback.
• Use the  (pause) and  buttons to pause or stop playback. You
can resume playback in either case by pressing . See also
Resuming playback on page 21.
• See Playback controls on page 21 for other controls available
during playback.
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• The TV system setting is set to PAL when you turn the player on.
When video output in NTSC is played back, the TV system setting
is automatically changed. When video is stopped, playback is
resumed with video output in the last format used.
• When playing a movie file on a DVD-R/-RW disc or media
servers, press the Blue button to switch the TV system frame
rate (50 Hz/60 Hz). Each press of the button switches 50 Hz and
60 Hz alternately. “NTSC” shows up in the front panel display
when NTSC is selected (it is not shown when PAL is selected).
Playback controls
• Some actions in the Disc Navigator/Home Media Gallery (such
as changing the Browse category) will cause the resume
position to be lost.
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Scanning video and audio
CLEAR
AUDIO
ENTER
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
DISPLAY
You can fast-scan BD/DVD movies or Audio CDs, forward or
backward at various speeds.
1 During playback, press  or  to start scanning.
There is no sound while scanning video and audio.
2 Press repeatedly to increase the scanning speed.
The scanning speed is shown on-screen.
3 To resume normal playback, press .
Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume
when a new chapter is reached on a BD/DVD movie disc.
Selecting titles, chapters and tracks directly
PLAY MODE
PHOTO ZOOM
Resuming playback

The resume function offers a convenient way to restart playback
from where you stopped it previously.
CLEAR
You can select titles, chapters and tracks directly with BD, DVD
movies and Audio CDs1.
•
Resuming playback of BD/DVD movies and Audio CDs
If you stop playback before the end of the disc, the playback stop
position is stored so that you can resume watching the disc from the
same place later.
• To resume playback, press . Playback will start from the stored
resume position. For Audio CDs, playback resumes from the
beginning of the track.
• Press  again to cancel the resume function.
Note
In the following case, the resume position is cleared:
• Eject the disc.
• Use Home Media Gallery/Disc Navigator.
• Switch the player off (DVD resume position remains saved).
• Certain BD-ROM discs cannot be restarted from the position in
which they are paused.
Resuming playback of movie, music and photo files
ENTER
Use the number buttons to select a title, chapter or track.
• If the disc is stopped, playback starts from the selected title or
track.
• If the disc is playing, playback jumps to the start of the selected
chapter or track.
Skipping content
You can skip over content during playback of BD and DVD movies,
Audio CDs, movie and song files, and photo slideshows.
•
During playback, press  or  to skip content.1
• When playing a BD or DVD movie, playback jumps to the start of
the previous/next title, chapter or track. (If the disc is stopped,
playback will start.)
• During movie or song file playback, the previous or next file will
start playing.
• During photo slideshow playback, you can skip to the previous
or next photo.
Movie and music files are resumed from the start of the title/track
(rather than the stop position within the title/track): photo slideshow
playback is resumed from the photo file within the slideshow.
• If you interrupt playback of a movie or slideshow by pressing
RETURN to display the Disc Navigator or Home Media Gallery
screen, you can still resume playback of the same title/
slideshow photo using the  button, regardless of what is
highlighted on the screen. (Use the ENTER button to start
playback of the currently highlighted item in the Disc Navigator/
Home Media Gallery.)
Note
1 With some titles on BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs it is not possible to jump to the start of the selected title or chapter.
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Playing video in slow motion
The available options depend on what kind of disc/file is playing
(=available/=unavailable):1
You can play BD and DVD movies at different forward slow motion
speeds.
Disc/file type
BD-ROM
PC File
(Music)
PC File
(Movie)
PC File
(Photo)
Audio
CD
Time Search






Title Search






Repeat Chapter






3 To resume normal playback, press .
Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume
when a new chapter is reached.
Repeat Title






Repeat Track






Repeat All






Video step forward and step reverse
Random






Repeat Off






During playback, press  to start slow motion playback.
• The slow motion speed is shown on-screen.
• There is no sound during slow motion playback.
2
Press repeatedly to change the slow motion speed.

You can use step forward and step reverse when playing a BD or
DVD movie.
1
During playback, press  (pause).
2
Press
or
Changing the Play Mode
PLAY MODE
Use the PLAY MODE button on the remote control to select one of
the various playback modes for BD and DVD movie discs, Audio CD
discs, movie and music files and photo slideshows.
You can’t select a Play Mode while a BD or DVD disc menu is being
displayed, or while playing some BD/DVD movie titles, Audio CD, or
movie and music files and photo slideshows.
• During playback, press PLAY MODE to change the Play
Mode.
See Play Mode option compatibility below for the options available
with the disc/file you’re playing.
•
Time Search (see Using time search below)
•
Title Search (see Using title search below)
•
Repeat Chapter (repeats the current chapter)
•
T Repeat Title (repeats the current title)
•
1 Repeat Track (repeats the current track)
•
•
Using time search
to move the video forward or back one step.
3 To resume normal playback, press .
When playing a BD or DVD movie, normal playback may
automatically resume when a new chapter is reached.
Repeat All (repeats the current browse list)
Random (play tracks from an Audio CD, music files, or
photo files in a random order)
• Repeat Off (cancels the repeat and random modes)
The current Play Mode is displayed on-screen. Press CLEAR to
resume normal playback.
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Play Mode
Option
DVD
-Video
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CLEAR
ENTER
You can navigate directly to a certain point in a BD or DVD movie, or
in a movie file.1,2
1 During playback, press PLAY MODE and select ‘Time
Search’.
2 Use the number buttons to enter a time in hours, minutes
and seconds for playback to resume from.
For a BD or DVD movie, the time you enter should be the time into
the currently playing title. For a movie file it will be the playback time
into the file.
• For example, press 4, 5, 0, 0 to have playback start from 45
minutes into the title/file. For 1 hour, 20 minutes, press 1, 2, 0,
0, 0.
• Press CLEAR to clear the input.
3
Press ENTER to start playback from the time you entered.
Using title search
CLEAR
ENTER
You can directly jump to the start of any title on a BD-ROM or
DVD-Video.1,2
1 During playback, press PLAY MODE and select ‘Title
Search’.
2 Use the number buttons to select a title.
Press CLEAR to clear the input.
3
Press ENTER to start playback of the title you selected.
Note
1 With some BD-ROM and DVD-Video titles, it is not possible to select any Play Mode options.
2 This function may not be supported depending on the content or server software.
Switching camera angles
• There may be a short delay after pressing the button for the
audio channel to change.
ANGLE
Some BD and DVD movies feature scenes shot from two or more
angles — check the disc box for details.
•
During playback, press
ANGLE to switch the angle.
• There may be a short delay after pressing the button before the
angle changes.
• Playback resumes if the angle is changed while paused.
Zooming the screen
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Tip
• Even when multiple audio streams are included in a movie file,
you cannot select from among them while playing back of a
movie file.
• To set audio language preferences, see page 40.
Displaying disc or file information
DISPLAY
PHOTO ZOOM
During playback of a photo slideshow you can zoom the screen to
2x view or 4x view.
Various track, chapter and title information, as well as the video
transmission rate for DVD and BD movies, can be displayed
on-screen. The information available depends on the type disc or
file, and whether it’s playing or stopped.
1 During playback, press PHOTO ZOOM to change the zoom.
Press repeatedly to cycle through: normal  2x zoom  4x zoom.
• Press DISPLAY to show/switch the information displayed.
Press DISPLAY repeatedly to change the displayed information.3
2 Use the cursor keys (///) to move the zoomed area
of the screen.
The zoom mode is cancelled when you stop playback.
Play
DVD-VIDEO
0 . 03 . 10
12
1h 28m 03s
Repeat Chapter
DVD-Video Play display 1
Switching subtitles
Play
DVD-VIDEO
SUBTITLE
Some BD and DVD movie discs have subtitles in one or more
languages; the disc box will usually tell you which subtitle
languages are available.
1 Press
SUBTITLE repeatedly to select a subtitle option.1
The current subtitle language/option is displayed on-screen and in
the front panel display.
Subtitle
1–2
Chapter
Title Total
1/2
English
1–2
0 . 03 . 12
Chapter Time 0 . 02 . 43
Chapter Total 0 . 03 . 16
Repeat Chapter
10 . 08 Mbps
DVD-Video Play display 2
Switching the output video resolution
OUTPUT
RESOLUTION
2 To switch the subtitle display off, press
SUBTITLE then
CLEAR.
There may be a short delay after pressing the button before the
subtitles change.
You can switch the output video resolution for HDMI and
component output.
• Press OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly to select an output
video resolution.
The current source and output video resolution are shown
on-screen.
Tip
• To set subtitle language preferences, see page 40.
Output Video Resolution: Source Direct
(1080 / 24p)
Source: 1080 / 24p
Switching audio streams/channels
Note
AUDIO
Some BD and DVD movie discs contain multiple audio streams that
you can select on playback. These might be different audio
languages and/or different audio formats (such as a DTS
5.1-channel sound track and a Dolby Digital 2-channel sound track).
• Depending on your display, some of the settings may result in
the picture disappearing. In this case, press
OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appears.
• See Changing the output video resolution on page 12 for more
information.
• Press
AUDIO repeatedly to select an audio channel/
stream option.2
The current option is shown on-screen.
Audio:
1/2 Dolby Digital
English
2/0ch
Switching audio languages on a BD/DVD movie
Note
1 Some discs only allow you to change the subtitle language from the disc menu. Press POPUP MENU/MENU to access.
2 Some discs only allow you to change the audio language from the disc menu. Press POPUP MENU/MENU to access.
3 There may be instances with some discs where no information can be displayed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
• Why won’t the disc I loaded play?
First check that you loaded the disc the right way up (label side
up), and that it’s clean and not damaged. See Taking care of your
player and discs on page 44 for information on cleaning discs.
If a disc loaded correctly won’t play, it’s probably an
incompatible format or disc type. See Disc/content format
playback compatibility on page 7 for more on disc compatibility.
• There’s no picture!
Your TV is probably not compatible with the selected video
output resolution. Check your TV for compatibility with
progressive scan video and higher resolutions. Press the
OUTPUT RESOLUTION button to switch the video output. See
also Changing the output video resolution on page 12.
• I can’t see any picture, or get high definition video output when
playing some BDs!
When playing some discs, there may be no composite video,
S-Video and/or component video output, or high-definition
content may be converted to standard-definition 576i/480i or
576p/480p component output. This is for content protection. To
view the disc, connect the player to an HDMI-compatible
display. See Connecting for HDMI output on page 11.
• I have a widescreen TV so why are there black bars at the top and
bottom of the screen when I play some discs?
Some movie formats are such that even when played on a
widescreen TV, black bars appear at the top and bottom of the
screen. This is not a malfunction.
• I’ve connected to a HDMI/DVI compatible component but I can’t
get any signal and the front panel HDMI indicator won’t light!
Make sure that you’ve selected this player as the HDMI input in
the settings for the component you’re using. You may need to
refer to the instruction manual of the component to do this.
An HDMI connection can only be made with other HDMI
components, or a High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP)-compatible DVI component. See Connecting for HDMI
output on page 11 for more on HDMI compatibility.
• There’s no picture from the HDMI output!
Make sure the output resolution of this player matches that of
the component you have connected using HDMI. See Changing
the output video resolution on page 12.
• Why is the playback sample rate of the DVD only 48 kHz instead of
96 kHz?
Playback sample rate of the audio is downsampled to 48 kHz.
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• My AV receiver is definitely compatible with 96 kHz Linear PCM
audio, but it doesn’t seem to work with this player. What’s wrong?
192 kHz/96 kHz BD and 96 kHz DVD discs only output digital
audio downsampled to 48 kHz through the optical and coaxial
outputs.
96 kHz 7.1ch BD discs only output digital audio downsampled to
48 kHz through HDMI output when video output is 576i/480i or
576p/480p over HDMI. These are not malfunctions.
• Why is the mono audio on some discs rather quiet compared to
other discs?
When mono audio is split into the L and R channels, there may
be a small loss of volume.
• There’s no sound when connected using HDMI!
You won’t hear any sound from the HDMI output if your
component is only DVI/HDCP-compatible.
• I can’t connect to my local area network!
First of all check the settings of the media server you’re using.
Make sure that if you made the network settings automatically
on this player then you also select auto setup on the server.
(Likewise, if you made the settings manually on the server, you
should set up this player manually.)
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Using the Disc Navigator
Use the Disc Navigator to browse through the PC files on a DVD-R/
-RW disc to find what you want to play. You can use the Disc
Navigator when a disc is playing or stopped.
Important
• It’s not possible to use the Disc Navigator with DVD-Video discs,
or with Audio CDs.
Introduction
Most of the features described in this chapter make use of
on-screen displays. Navigate these using the /// and
ENTER. To go back to the previous menu or screen, use the RETURN
button. The button guide at the bottom of every screen shows which
buttons do what.
Movie Navigator
The movie section of the Disc Navigator allows you to browse and
play all the compatible movie files stored on the loaded DVD-R/-RW
disc (non-movie files are not displayed).
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Disc Navigator’ from
the Home Menu, then ‘Movies’.
You should see a list of all the movie files found on the disc, together
with their playing times.
All Movies
Date: 2006
Genre: Action
Format: WMV
DISC NAVIGATOR
20 items
Scallop-man 3
1:31
Closer
Discount store
1:02
1:31
School of legend
1:25
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
1:33
1:26
1:57
1:36
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
1:18
1:18
TOP MENU
• When the movie length cannot be determined, it is displayed as
“-:--”.
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
On the left side of the screen you can see file information, such as
the genre, date and file format, for the current selection.
1 Press HOME MENU and select ‘Disc Navigator’ from the
on-screen display.
Alternatively, press DISC NAVIGATOR.
Home Menu
3 Press ENTER to play the currently highlighted movie.
Press  to start or resume playback from the last title played.
Displaying the Movie Options menu
•
Press  to display the Movie Options menu:
Disc Navigator
All Movies
Home Media Gallery
Video/Audio Adjust
Initial Setup
2 Select ‘Movies’, ‘Photos’ or ‘Music’.
See the sections below for more information on each of these.
Disc Navigator
Movies
Date: 2006
Genre: Action
Format: WMV
Scallop-man 3
Closer
Discount store
School of legend
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
20 items
Movie Options
Play from Beginning
Add to Quicklist
• Play from Beginning: Play the selected movie from the
beginning.
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected movie to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize movie files for handy
selection and playback. The Quicklist can contain up to 25 movies.1
Photos
Music
3
Press HOME MENU to exit the Disc Navigator screen.
Note
1 Quicklists are lost when you exit Movie Navigator.
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Searching movies
Displaying the browse menu
•
Press  to display the browse menu:
All Movies
All Movies
Browse
Search
Sort
20 items
Scallop-man 3
1:31
Closer
Discount store
1:02
1:31
School of legend
1:25
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
1:33
1:26
World Baseball
1:57
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
1:36
1:18
Dear Customer
1:18
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few (up to 20) characters
of a movie title or genre. As each character is entered into the
search field the search results are dynamically updated, narrowing
down the list of movies until you can see the one you’re looking for.
Loading ...
4 items
Search Results
Scallop-man 3
1:31
Say No
School of legend
1:02
1:31
Seesaw
1:33
S_
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
Enter
Select
Home Menu
Exit
• All Movies: Display all movie files found on the disc.
• Browse: Browse movies by Genre, Quicklist, or Folders. See
also Browsing movies below.
• Use the /// and ENTER buttons to select characters
from the keypad.
• Search: Find a movie by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching movies below.
• Select SHFT to toggle between upper and lower case.
• Sort: Sort movies by date (oldest first or most recent first) or
alphabetically by title or genre (‘A’ first or ‘Z’ first).
Browsing movies
The browse sub-menu gives you three ways to browse movies.
All Movies
Go back
Genres
Quicklist
Folders
20 items
Scallop-man 3
Closer
1:31
1:02
Discount store
School of legend
Advance in the future part-2
1:31
1:25
1:33
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
1:26
1:57
1:36
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
1:18
1:18
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
• Genre: Display all movie genres and how many movies are in
each one. Select a genre and press ENTER to see the list of
movies in that genre.
• Quicklist: Display a list of all the movies currently in your
Quicklist. Press  to display the Movie Options menu, where
you can start playback or remove movies from the Quicklist:
• Select SPC to insert a space.
• Select DEL to delete the character at the current cursor position
in the search field.
• Select CLR to clear the search field.
• Select DONE to close the keypad and select movies or genres
from the search results; select CANCEL to close the keypad and
clear the search results.
Photo Navigator
The photo section of the Disc Navigator allows you to browse and
display all the compatible photo files found on the loaded DVD-R/
-RW disc (non-photo files are not displayed).
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Disc Navigator’ from
the Home Menu, then ‘Photos’.
You should see a list of folders/photo files from the disc.
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
Folders
Quicklist
20 items
6 items
Folder1
Folder2
Date: 2006
Genre: Action
Format: WMV
Scallop-man 3
Closer
Discount store
School of legend
Movie Options
Play from Begining
Remove
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
• Folders: Display a list of folders and movie files. Select a folder
and press ENTER to see the list of subfolders/movies files in that
folder.
File1
File2
File3
File4
3 Select a folder and press ENTER to see the list of photos and
subfolders within the folder.
Folder1
Go back
file_001
file_002
file_003
file_004
file_005
file_006
file_007
file_008
file_009
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30 items
4 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
• Press ENTER to start full-screen slideshow playback from the
currently selected photo.
Browsing photos
The browse sub-menu gives you several ways to browse photos.
Folder1
• Press  to start or resume slideshow playback from the last
photo displayed.
30 items
Go back
file_001
file_002
file_003
Displaying the Photo Options menu
•
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Go back
Press  to display the Photo Options menu.
• Press ENTER to display the Photo Options menu when
displaying photos in thumbnail view.
Date
Quicklist
Folders
file_004
file_005
file_006
file_007
file_008
file_009
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
Folder1
Date: 1/23/2006
Resolution: 196 x 298
Format: JPEG
30 items
Go back
Photo Options
file_001
file_002
Slideshow
Add to Quicklist
file_003
file_004
file_005
• Quicklist: Display thumbnails of all the photos currently in your
Quicklist. Press ENTER to display the Photo Options menu,
from where you can start slideshow playback or remove photos
from the Quicklist:
file_006
file_007
file_008
file_009
• Slideshow: Start full-screen slideshow playback from the
currently selected photo. During the slideshow, press  to
advance to the next photo;  to go back to the previous photo;
 (pause) to pause the slideshow;  to stop and exit the
slideshow; PHOTO ZOOM to enlarge the picture on the screen.
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected photo to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize photos for handy
selection and slideshow playback. The Quicklist can contain up
to 25 photos.1
Press  to display the browse menu.
• From the left-most column, press  to display the browse menu
when displaying photos in thumbnail view:
Folder1
Quicklist
25 items
Photo Options
Slideshow
Remove
File: sample.jpg
Date: 1/23/2006
Resolution: 196 x 298
Format: JPEG
• Folders: Display a list of folders and photo files on the disc.
Select a folder and press ENTER to see the subfolders/photos.
Displaying the browse menu
•
• Date: Browse photos as thumbnails by date (year and month).
Select a year then press ENTER to further browse by month.
Select a month and press ENTER to see the photos taken that
month.
30 items
Searching photos
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few (up to 20) characters
of a photo title. As each character is entered into the search field the
search results are dynamically updated, narrowing down the list of
photos until you can see the one you’re looking for.
Go back
file_001
All Photos
Browse
Search
Sort
file_002
file_003
file_004
Search Results
5 items
file_005
file_006
file_007
file_008
file_009
R_
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
Enter
• All Photos: Display all photos found on the disc as thumbnail
files.
• Browse: Browse photos by Date, Quicklist or Folders. See also
Browsing photos below.
OptionsHome Menu Exit
See Searching movies on page 26 for how to use the screen keypad.
• Search: Find a photo by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching photos on page 27.
• Sort: Sort photos by date (oldest first or most recent first), or
alphabetically by name (‘A’ first or ‘Z’ first).
Note
1 Quicklists are lost when you exit Photo Navigator.
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Music Navigator
Displaying the Song Options menu
The music section of the Disc Navigator allows you to browse and
play all the compatible music files found on the loaded DVD-R/-RW
disc (non-music files are not displayed).
•
Press  to display Song Options menu:
Acoustic Guitar
Electrified
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
Artist:
Pioneer All
Stars
Artist:Depeche
Mode
Album:
Remixes Guitar
81-04
Album:
Acoustic
Genre:
Alternative
Genre:
Rock
Format:
WMA
Format:
WMA
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Disc Navigator’ from
the Home Menu, then ‘Music’.
You should see a list of the artist names on the disc.
Artists
All Artists
Black Pappers
David Jack
Eric Gilberto
King
Michael Beck
Pioneer All Stars
Rock'n Roll Brothers
The Fishes
Treetop
Take The Time
• Play Song: Play the selected song from the beginning.
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected song to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize music files for handy
selection and playback. The Quicklist can contain up to 25
songs.1
4 Albums
1 Album
1 Album
1 Album
Displaying the browse menu
•
Press  to display the browse menu:
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
3
Electrified
End Of The Road
20 items
All Albums
Acoustic Guitar
rs
Best of Pioneer All Sta
20 Songs
13 Songs
Cooking Or Eating
Family
Good!!
10 Songs
12 Songs
18 Songs
Morning Glory
Poker Face
Song for You
11 Songs
18 Songs
10 Songs
Tokyo
13 Songs
4 Select the album you want to listen to and press ENTER to
display the song list.
Artist: Pioneer All Stars
Album: Acoustic Guitar
Genre: Rock
Format: WMA
Acoustic Guitar
20 items
Electrified
End Of The Road
9:31
8:00
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
Never Let You Go
7:31
3:55
6:33
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
5:26
4:57
9:36
Rush Street
Take The Time
6:18
6:18
• When the song length cannot be determined, it is displayed as
“-:--”.
5 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
On the left side of the screen you can see file information, such as
the artist and album name, genre and file format, for the current
selection.
6 Press ENTER to play the currently highlighted music.
The display shows the Now Playing screen.
• Press  to start or resume playback from the last track played
on the Now Playing screen.
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Acoustic Guitar
Press ENTER to display the album list.
Pioneer All Stars
Note
1 Quicklists are lost when you exit Music Navigator.
Add to Quicklist
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
Real Sound
Rush Street
1 Album
2 Albums
2 Albums
5 Albums
Play song
Keep On Running
Pictures Of My Life
20 items
4 Albums
20 items
Song Options
All Songs
Browse
Search
Sort
Now Playing
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
Take The Time
20 items
9:31
8:00
7:31
3:55
6:33
5:26
4:57
9:36
6:18
6:18
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
• All Songs: Display all songs (files/tracks) found on the disc.
• Browse: Browse songs by Artists, Albums, Genres, Quicklist
or Folders. See also Browsing songs on page 29.
• Search: Find a song by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching songs on page 29.
• Sort: Sort songs by date (oldest first or most recent first), or
alphabetically by song title, artist, album or genre (‘A’ first or ‘Z’
first).
• Now Playing: Display song information (track name, artist,
album, genre, etc.) and playback information. See also Now
playing song information on page 29.
Browsing songs
Now playing song information
The browse sub-menu gives you various ways to browse songs.
The Now Playing screen shows detailed information about the song
playing, including:
Acoustic Guitar
20 items
9:31
8:00
Electrified
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
7:31
3:55
6:33
Keep On Running
All Songs
Browse
Search
Sort
Now Playing
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
5:26
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
• Progress bar (elapsed time and song length)
• Album name
• Genre
• File format
6:18
• Browse menu
• Play status
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
• Artists: Display a list of artists, and how many albums are
associated with each. Select an artist and press ENTER to see
the album list by that artist.
• Albums: Display a list of albums, and how many songs are
associated with each. Select an album and press ENTER to see
the list of songs on that album.
• Genres: Display all music genres, and how many songs are in
each one. Select a genre and press ENTER to see the list of
artists in that genre.
• Quicklist: Display a list of all the songs currently in your
Quicklist. Press  to display the Song Options menu, where
you can start playback or remove songs from the Quicklist:
Quicklist
• Play mode
• Next/Previous song names
Now Playing
Pioneer All Stars
Acoustic Guitar
Real Sound
Genre: Rock
Format: MP3
All Songs
Browse
Search
Sort
Now Playing

Previous Song
Pictures Of My
3:10 / 5:51
Next Song
Rush Street
20 items
Electrified
End Of The Road
Artist: Pioneer All Stars
Album: Acoustic Guitar
Genre: Rock
Format: WMA
• Artist and song title
4:57
9:36
6:18
Take The Time
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Song Options
Play Song
Remove
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
Take The Time
• Folders: Display a list of folders and song files. Select a folder
and press ENTER to see the list of subfolders/songs.
Searching songs
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few characters (up to 20)
of a song title, genre, artist, or album. As each character is entered
into the search field the search results are dynamically updated,
narrowing down the list until you can see the one you’re looking for.
Loading ...
4 items
Search Results
Scallop-man 3
Say No
School of legend
Seesaw
1:31
1:02
1:31
1:33
S_
Enter
Select
Home Menu
Exit
See Searching movies on page 26 for how to use the screen keypad.
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Chapter 6
Using the Home Media Gallery
Introduction
The Home Media Gallery allows you to browse and play movies,
music and photos stored on media servers connected on an
identical Local Area Network (LAN) as the player. This unit allows for
the playing of files stored on the following:
• PCs running Microsoft Windows XP with Windows Media
Connect installed
• PCs running Microsoft Windows Vista or XP with Windows
Media Player 11 installed
• DLNA-compatible digital media servers (on PCs or other
components)
About network playback
The network playback function of this unit uses the following
technologies:
Windows Media Player 11/Windows Media Connect
See About Windows Media Player 11/Windows Media Connect on
page 36 for details.
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a cross-industry
organization of consumer electronics, computing industry and
mobile device companies. Digital Living provides consumers with
easy sharing of digital media through a wired or wireless network in
the home.
The DLNA certification logo makes it easy to find products that
comply with the DLNA Interoperability Guidelines. This unit
complies with DLNA Interoperability Guidelines v1.0.
When a PC running DLNA server software or other
DLNA-compatible device is connected to this player, some setting
changes of software or other devices may be required. Please refer
to the operating instructions for the software or device for more
information.
• DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIEDTM are trademarks and/or service
marks of Digital Living Network Alliance.
Content playable over a network
Even when encoded in a compatible format, some files may not play
correctly. See File compatibility on page 7. Some functions may not
be supported depending on the server type or version used.
Supported file formats vary by server. As such, files not supported by
your server are not displayed on this unit.
For more information check with the manufacturer of your server.
Windows Media DRM
Microsoft Windows Media Digital Rights Management (WMDRM) is
a platform to protect and securely deliver content for playback on
computers, portable devices and network devices. Home Media
Gallery functions as a WMDRM 10 for networked devices.
WMDRM-protected content can only be played on media servers
supporting WMDRM.
• Content owners use WMDRM technology to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses
WMDRM software to access WMDRM-protected content. If the
WMDRM software fails to protect the content, content owners
may ask Microsoft to revoke the software’s ability to use WMDRM
to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not affect
unprotected content. When you download licenses for protected
content, you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation list
with the licenses. Content owners may require you to upgrade
WMDRM to access their content. If you decline an upgrade, you
will not be able to access content that requires the upgrade.
• This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of
Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this
product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft.
DLNA
About playback behavior over a network
• Playback may stall when the PC is switched off or any media
files stored on it are deleted while playing content.
• If there are problems within the network environment (heavy
network traffic, etc.) content may not be displayed or played
properly (playback may be interrupted or stalled). For best
performance, a 100BASE-TX connection between player and PC
is recommended.
• Playback performance will vary with the power and condition
(seek time of the hard disk, etc.) of the PC being used.
• If several clients are playing simultaneously, as the case may be,
playback is interrupted or stalled.
• Depending on the security software installed on a connected PC
and the setting of such software, network connection may be
blocked.
• Problems with the PC may cause malfunctions.
Pioneer is not responsible for any malfunction of the player and/or
the Home Media Gallery features due to communication error/
malfunctions associated with your network connection and/or your
PC, or other connected equipment. Please contact your PC
manufacturer or Internet service provider.
About the network settings
This unit uses DHCP and Auto IP functionality to make all the
network settings automatically.
• DLNA CERTIFIEDTM Audio/Video/Image Player
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If you are using a broadband router or a broadband modem with a
DHCP server function, setup should be completely automatic with
no manual settings required.
Using the Home Media Gallery
Movie Navigator
Before using the Home Media Gallery, make sure that you have
connected the player to the network and made the necessary
settings. See Network connection on page 14 and Setting up for
network use on page 19 for more information.
From the movie section of the Home Media Gallery you can browse
and play all the compatible movie files found on your local area
network (non-movie files are not displayed).
HOME MEDIA
GALLERY
06
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Home Media Gallery’
from the Home Menu, then ‘Movies’.
You should see a list of all the movie files found on the selected
server, together with their playing times.
All Movies
1214 items
1:31
Scallop-man 3
Closer
1:02
1:31
Discount store
Date: 12/01/2006
Genre: Adventure
Format: WMV
ENTER
HOME
MENU
RETURN
Disc Navigator
Home Media Gallery
Video/Audio Adjust
Initial Setup
• Alternatively, press HOME MEDIA GALLERY.
Movies
Photos
Music
• On selecting an option, a list of movies, photos or music files
that the player finds on the selected server is displayed. From
here you can browse, play and sort network files.
1:36
1:18
Dear Customer
1:18
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
On the left side of the screen you can see file information, such as
the genre, date and file format, for the current selection.
3 Press ENTER to play the currently highlighted movie.
Press  to start or resume playback from the last title played.
Displaying the Movie Options menu
•
Press  to display the Movie Options menu:
All Movies
Scallop-man 3
Closer
Select ‘Movies’, ‘Photos’ or ‘Music’.
Home Media Gallery
1:57
Finding a southpaw
• When the movie length cannot be determined, it is displayed as
“-:--”.
• The Home Media Gallery is only available when the network or
server contains movies, photos or music files.
2
1:33
1:26
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
1 Press HOME MENU and select ‘Home Media Gallery’ from
the on-screen display.
Home Menu
1:25
School of legend
Advance in the future part-2
Date: 12/01/2006
Genre: Adventure
Format: WMV
Discount store
School of legend
1214 items
Movie Options
Play from Beginning
Add to quicklist
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
• Play from Beginning: Play the selected movie from the
beginning.
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected movie to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize movie files for handy
selection and playback. The Quicklist can contain up to 25
movies.1
• See the sections below for more information on each part of the
Home Media Gallery.
3
Press HOME MENU to exit the Home Media Gallery screen.
Note
1 Quicklists are lost in the following instances:
• When you exit Movie Navigator.
• When you change the server to which you are connected.
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Searching movies
Displaying the browse menu
•
Press  to display the browse menu:
All Movies
All Movies
Browse
Search
Sort
Movie Sources
1214 items
Scallop-man 3
1:31
Closer
Discount store
1:02
1:31
School of legend
1:25
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
1:33
1:26
World Baseball
1:57
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
1:36
1:18
Dear Customer
1:18
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few (up to 20) characters
of a movie title or genre. As each character is entered into the
search field the search results are dynamically updated, narrowing
down the list of movies until you can see the one you’re looking for.
Search Results
4 items
Scallop-man 3
1:31
Say No
School of legend
1:02
1:31
Seesaw
1:33
S_
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
Home Menu
Exit
• All Movies: Display all movie files found on the selected server.
• Browse: Browse movies by Genre, Quicklist or Folders. See
also Browsing movies below.
• Use the /// and ENTER buttons to select characters
from the keypad.
• Search: Find a movie by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching movies below.
• Select SHFT to toggle between upper and lower case.
• Sort: Sort movies by date (oldest first or most recent first), or
alphabetically by title or genre (‘A’ first or ‘Z’ first).
• Movie Sources: Display servers on the network. See also Movie
sources below.
Browsing movies
The Browse sub-menu gives you three ways to browse movies.
All Movies
Go back
Genres
Quicklist
Folders
1214 items
Scallop-man 3
Closer
1:31
1:02
Discount store
School of legend
Advance in the future part-2
1:31
1:25
1:33
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
1:26
1:57
1:36
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
1:18
1:18
• Genres: Display all movie genres and how many movies are in
each one. Select a genre and press ENTER to see the list of
movies in that genre.
• Quicklist: Display a list of all the movies currently in your
Quicklist. Press  to display the Movie Options menu, where
you can start playback or remove movies from the Quicklist:
Date: 12/01/2006
Genre: Adventure
Format: WMV
Scallop-man 3
Closer
Discount store
School of legend
Advance in the future part-2
The EEL
World Baseball
Dream on the way
Finding a southpaw
Dear Customer
24 items
Movie Options
Play from Beginning
Remove
• Folders: Display a list of folders and movie files. Select a folder
and press ENTER to see the list of movies and subfolders within
the folder. (The folder configuration may change depending on
the server type.)
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• Select DEL to delete the character at the current cursor position
in the search field.
• Select CLR to clear the search field.
• Select DONE to close the keypad and select a movie or genre
from the search results; select CANCEL to close the keypad and
clear the search results.
Movie sources
From the movie sources window you can see all the servers found
on the network and change the selected server.
Current server
Movie Sources
Family Room Media Center
Living Room DVD Recorder
Den Computer
3 items
WMC
DLNA
WMC
Microsoft
Windows Media Connect
2.0
192.168.11.2
Authorized
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
Quicklist
• Select SPC to insert a space.
Pause
SomeSongTil 3:30
Home Menu
Exit
• Some servers found on the network may not be available for the
following reasons:
– The player is collecting file information from the server.
– There are no playable movie files on the server.
– This player is not authorized for the server. See also
Authorizing this player on page 36.
• Servers not currently available appear with a lock icon ( ) in the
server list.
Photo Navigator
Displaying the browse menu
The photo section of the Home Media Gallery allows you to browse
and display all the compatible photo files found on your local area
network (non-photo files are not displayed).
Summer_Vacation
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Home Media Gallery’
from the Home Menu, then ‘Photos’.
You should see a list of albums from the selected server.
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• From the left-most column, press  to display the Browse
menu:
1214 items
All Photos
Browse
Search
Sort
Photo Sources
Albums
6 items
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
Family
My_Favorite
School
• All Photos: Display all photos found on the server.
Sports
Summer_Vacation
Winter_Vacation
• Browse: Browse photos by Albums, Date, Quicklist or Folders.
See also Browsing photos below.
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
3
Press ENTER to display the selected photo list.
Summer_Vacation
1214 items
• Search: Find a photo by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching photos on page 34.
• Sort: Sort photos by date (oldest first or most recent first), or
alphabetically by name (‘A’ first or ‘Z’ first).
• Photo Sources: Display servers on the network. See also Photo
sources on page 34.
Browsing photos
The Browse sub-menu gives you several ways to browse photos.
File: sample.jpg
Date: 12/06/2006
Resolution: 2196 x 1298
Format: JPEG
Summer_Vacation
4 Use the /// buttons to change the current
thumbnail selection (highlighted in yellow).
Press  to start or resume slideshow playback from the last photo
displayed.
Displaying the Photo Options menu
•
Go back
Albums
Date
Quicklist
Folders
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
Press ENTER to display the Photo Options menu:
Summer_Vacation
1214 items
1214 items
Photo Options
Slideshow
Add to Quicklist
File: sample.jpg
Date: 12/06/2006
Resolution: 2196 x 1298
Format: JPEG
• Albums: Display a list of server albums.
• Date: Browse photos by date (year and month). Select a year
then press ENTER to further browse by month. Select a month
and press ENTER to see the photos taken that month.
• Quicklist: Display thumbnails of all the photos currently in your
Quicklist. Press ENTER to display the Photo Options menu,
where you can start slideshow playback or remove photos from
the Quicklist:
Quicklist
• Slideshow: Starts full-screen slideshow playback from the
currently selected photo. During the slideshow, press  to
advance to the next photo;  to go back to the previous photo;
 (pause) to pause the slideshow;  to stop and exit the
slideshow; PHOTO ZOOM to enlarge the picture on the screen.
24 items
Photo Options
Slideshow
Remove
File: sample.jpg
Date: 12/06/2006
Resolution: 2196 x 1298
Format: JPEG
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected photo to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize photos for handy
selection and slideshow playback. The Quicklist can contain up
to 25 photos.1
Note
1 Quicklists are lost in the following instances:
• When you exit Photo Navigator.
• When you change the server to which you are connected.
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• Folders: Display a list of folders and photo files. Select a folder
and press ENTER to see a list of photos and subfolders within
the folder. (The folder configuration may change depending on
the server type.)
2 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
3
Press ENTER to display the album list.
Searching photos
Pioneer All Stars
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few (up to 20) characters
of a photo title. As each character is entered into the search field the
search results are dynamically updated, narrowing down the list of
photos until you can see the one you’re looking for.
1214 items
All Albums
Acoustic Guitar
20 Songs
Best of Pioneer All Stars
Cooking Or Eating
13 Songs
10 Songs
Family
Good!!
12 Songs
18 Songs
11 Songs
Morning Glory
Loading...
5 items
Search Results
18 Songs
Poker Face
Song for You
10 Songs
13 Songs
Tokyo
4 Select the album you want to listen to and press ENTER to
display the song list.
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Acoustic Guitar
Home Menu
Exit
Artist: Pioneer All Stars
Album: Acoustic Guitar
Genre: Rock
Format: WMA
See Searching movies on page 32 for how to use the screen keypad.
Photo sources
From the photo sources window you can see all the servers found on
the network and change the selected server. See Movie sources on
page 32 for more information.
Music Navigator
1214 items
Electrified
9:31
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
8:00
7:31
Keep On Running
3:55
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
6:33
5:26
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
4:57
9:36
Rush Street
Take The Time
6:18
6:18
• When the song length cannot be determined, it is displayed as
“-:--”.
From the music section of the Home Media Gallery you can browse
and play all the compatible song files found on your local area
network (non-music files are not displayed).
5 Use the / buttons to change the current selection
(highlighted in yellow).
On the left side of the screen you can see file information, such as
the artist and album name, genre and file format, for the current
selection.
See also File compatibility on page 7 for more on compatible file
types.
6 Press ENTER to play the currently highlighted music.
The display shows the Now Playing screen.
1 If you haven’t already done so, select ‘Home Media Gallery’
from the Home Menu, then ‘Music’.
You should see a list of all the artist names found on the selected
server.
• Press  to start or resume playback from the last track played
on the Now Playing screen.
Displaying the Song Options menu
•
Artists
All Artists
Black Pappers
David Jack
Eric Gilberto
King
Michael Beck
Pioneer All Stars
Rock'n Roll Brothers
The Fishes
Treetop
Press  to display Song Options menu:
1214 items
Acoustic Guitar
1 Album
2 Albums
4 Albums
1 Album
1 Album
1 Album
4 Albums
2 Albums
5 Albums
Artist:
Pioneer All
Stars
Artist:Depeche
Mode
Album:Acoustic
Remixes 81-04
Album:
Guitar
Genre:Rock
Alternative
Genre:
Format:WMA
WMA
Format:
Electrified
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
Never Let You Gohe
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
Take The Time
1214 items
Song Options
Play song
Add to Quicklist
• Play Song: Play the selected song from the beginning.
• Add to Quicklist: Add the selected song to your Quicklist. The
Quicklist feature is a useful way to organize music files for handy
selection and playback. The Quicklist can contain up to 25
songs.1
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Note
1 Quicklists are lost in the following instances:
• When you exit Music Navigator.
• When you change the server to which you are connected.
Displaying the browse menu
•
• Quicklist: Display a list of all the songs currently in your
Quicklist. Press  to display the Song Options menu, where
you can start playback or remove songs from the Quicklist:
Press  to display the browse menu:
Acoustic Guitar
Electrified
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
All Songs
Browse menu
Browse
Search
Sort
Now Playing
Music Sources
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
Take The Time
1214 items
Quicklist
9:31
8:00
Electrified
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
7:31
3:55
6:33
4:57
9:36
• All Songs: Display all songs (files/tracks) found on the server.
• Search: Find a song by entering a name (or a few letters) to
search for. The search results are narrowed down as you enter
more letters. See also Searching songs below.
• Sort: Sort songs by date (oldest first or most recent first), or
alphabetically by song title, artist, album or genre (‘A’ first or ‘Z’
first).
Remove
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
Rush Street
6:18
• Browse: Browse songs by Artists, Albums, Genres, Playlists,
Quicklist or Folders. See also Browsing songs below.
Play song
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
6:18
Depending on the browse menu, certain options may not be
selectable.
24 items
Song Options
Keep On Running
Artist: Pioneer All Stars
Album: Acoustic Guitar
Genre: Rock
Format: WMA
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Take The Time
• Folders: Display a list of folders and song files. Select a folder
and press ENTER to see the list of songs and subfolders within
the folder. (The folder configuration may change depending on
the server type.)
Searching songs
From the Search sub-menu you can enter a few characters (up to 20)
of a song title, genre, artist or album. As each character is entered
into the search field the search results are dynamically updated,
narrowing down the list of songs until you can see the one you’re
looking for.
• Now Playing: Display song information (track name, artist,
album, genre, etc.) and playback information. See also Now
playing song information on page 35.
Loading···
4 items
Search Results
• Music Sources: Display servers on the network. See also Music
sources on page 35.
Reason
Real Sound
1:31
1:02
Rolling Dice
Rush Street
1:31
1:25
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Browsing songs
The browse sub-menu gives you various ways to browse songs.
Acoustic Guitar
Browse
sub-menu
Go back
Artists
Albums
Genres
Playlists
Quicklist
Folders
1214 items
Electrified
End Of The Road
Into The Arena
Keep On Running
Never Let You Go
Open Your Eyes
Pictures Of My Life
Real Sound
9:31
8:00
7:31
3:55
6:33
5:26
4:57
9:36
Rush Street
Take The Time
6:18
6:18
• Go back: Return to the previous menu.
• Artists: Display a list of artists, and how many albums are
associated with each. Select an artist and press ENTER to see
the album list by that artist.
• Albums: Display a list of albums, and how many songs are
associated with each. Select an album and press ENTER to see
the list of songs on that album.
• Genres: Display all music genres, and how many songs are in
each one. Select a genre and press ENTER to see the list of
artists in that genre.
Home Menu
Exit
See Searching movies on page 32 for how to use the screen keypad.
Now playing song information
The Now Playing screen shows detailed information about the
song playing, including:
• Artist and song title
• Progress bar (elapsed time and song length)
• Album name
• Genre
• File format
• Browse menu
• Play status
• Play mode
• Next/Previous song names
Now Playing
• Playlists: Display the server Playlists.
Pioneer All Stars
Acoustic Guitar
All Songs
Browse
Search
Sort
Now Playing
Music Sources
Real Sound
Genre: Rock

Previous Song
Pictures Of My
Format: MP3
3:10 / 5:51
Next Song
Rush Street
Music sources
From the music sources window you can see all the servers found
on the network and change the selected server. See Movie sources
on page 32 for more information.
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About Windows Media Player 11/Windows
Media Connect
Windows Media Player 11/Windows Media Connect is software to
deliver music, photos and movies from a Microsoft Windows XP
computer to home stereo systems and TVs. The same function is
also available in Windows Media Player 11.
With this software, you can play back files stored on the PC through
various devices wherever you like in your home.
At this time you cannot download the Windows Media Connect
software from Microsoft’s website. If your server currently does not
have Windows Media Connect installed, install Windows Media
Player 11 (for Windows XP) instead. This software can be
downloaded from Microsoft’s website.
For more information check the official Microsoft website.
Authorizing this player
In order to be able to browse and play files from a server this player
must be authorized or registered. This happens automatically when
the player makes a connection over the network to the server. If not,
please authorize or register this player manually on the server.
For more information on authorizing this player, refer to the
instruction manual of your server.
FAQ
• Some files don’t show up. Where are they?
– File names that don’t end with one of the permitted extensions
won’t be recognized by this player. See also File compatibility on
page 7.
– Supported file formats vary by server. As such, files not
supported by your server are not displayed on this unit.
For more information check with the manufacturer of your
server.
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First entering Movie, Photo or Music Navigator
After powering on this player and entering the Movie, Music or
Photo Navigator, you may be presented with the Folders screen.
This is due to this player compiling a list of the available media on
your media servers. This list will vary depending on the media
sharing software you are using, but you will be able to navigate
through the list using the / buttons, the ENTER key to select a
folder, or the ENTER key on the Go back selection found in each
folder.
If you come to a folder containing content that you wish to play, you
may press  to display the Movie Options, Photo Options, or
Song Options as illustrated in pages 31, 33 and 34).
Pressing  to display the browse menu (as illustrated in ,
pages 32, 33 and 35) will may a browse menu with the All Movies,
All Photos or All Songs options grayed out. If this is the case, this
means that this player has not finished compiling the list of available
media, and you may continue to browse through the folders and play
media while this list completes. When this player has finished
compiling this list, the All Movies, All Photos or All Songs options
will no longer be grayed out, and you will be able to select these and
continue navigating as described in this chapter:
If you are not presented with a folders menu as described above, this
means that this player has finished compiling a list of available
media on your media servers, and you can navigate through the
Movie, Photo or Music Navigator screens as described in this
manual.
Changing content on your Media Server
If you change the available content on your media server (by adding
or removing shared files) while you are in the Movie, Photo or Music
Navigators, the Movie, Photo or Music Navigator screen you are on
will change to the Folders menu. From here, you can browse the
folders and play content as described in the first section. Once this
player has finished compiling a new list of available media, the All
Movies, All Photos or All Songs options of the browse menu will
become highlighted an accessible.
Chapter 7
07
Video/Audio Adjust menu
From the Video/Audio Adjust menu you can make various settings
that affect how video is presented on your TV and how the sounds.
Items in the Video/Audio Adjust menu can only be changed
during playback.
Video Adjust
• Default setting: Standard
From the Video Adjust screen you can select the Standard or
Cinema video presentation or define presets of your own in
Memory 1 to Memory 3.
1 Press HOME MENU and select ‘Video/Audio Adjust’ from
the on-screen display.
You can press VIDEO ADJUST on the remote to display the Video
Adjust screen.
Home Menu
Disc Navigator
Home Media Gallery
PureCinema mode can be automatically activated if you choose
Cinema from the Video Adjust menu, have the input line system set
to PAL (50 Hz), and have the output video resolution set to anything
other than 576i or 1080i.
If you notice problems with the images projected when set to Cinema
(images appear to motion-blurred, or jagged), set the Video Adjust to
Standard or Memory 1, Memory 2 or Memory 3.
Creating your own presets
You can create up to three presets of your own.
1
Select one of the Memory presets.
2
Press  to select ‘Detailed Settings’ then press ENTER.
Memory 1
Detailed Settings
3
Adjust the picture quality settings.
• Use the / buttons to select a setting.
• Use the / buttons to adjust the current setting.
Memory 1
Video/Audio Adjust
Initial Setup
White Level
M in
Black Level
M in
Max
Green
Red
M in
Max
Hue
2
Select ‘Video Adjust’.
3
Use the / buttons to select a preset.
Standard
Detailed Settings
• Standard – Standard setting
• Cinema1 – Optimized for watching movies
• Memory 1/Memory 2/Memory 3 – Use for saving your own
presets (see Creating your own presets below)
4 Press ENTER or RETURN to make the setting and exit the
Video Adjust screen.
Chroma Level
Max
Select a setting then press ENTER to display just that setting. This
gives you more screen area in which to see the effects of changes
you make.
Memory 1
White Level
Min
Max
• Press ENTER or RETURN to go back to full-screen display.
You can adjust any or all of the following picture quality settings:
• White Level1 – Adjusts the intensity of white.
PureCinema
• Black Level1 – Adjusts the intensity of black.
There are two types of video signals: Video interlace material, with a
frame rate of 25 (PAL) or 30 frames/second; and film progressive
material, that has a frame rate of 24 or 25 (PAL) frames/second.
In PureCinema mode film progressive material is converted to 50 or 60
frames/second progressive , which matches more closely the picture
quality of a cinema screen. (24 frames/second source is converted to 60
frames/second.)
When you have Video Adjust set to Standard, Cinema, or Memory 1,
Memory 2 or Memory 3 and play a BD-ROM or DVD disc video that can
be identified as film progressive or video interlace material, PureCinema
mode is automatically activated.
Additionally, certain PAL movie discs (25 frames/second BD-ROM or
DVD discs) that contain film progressive material cannot be recognized
as such by this unit. In such instances, if you choose Cinema from the
• Hue1 – Adjusts the overall colour balance between red and
green.
• Chroma Level1 – Adjusts how saturated colours appear.
4 Press RETURN to save the preset and exit the Detailed
Settings screen.
Video Adjust menu, PureCinema mode is activated.
Note
1 Effective only for video output from HDMI OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT connections (settings do no affect video output from VIDEO OUT or S-VIDEO OUT).
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Audio Adjust
From the Audio Adjust menu you can set the Audio DRC (Dynamic
Range control).
Audio DRC
• Default setting: Off
When watching Dolby Digital BD and DVD discs, as well as PC files
with Dolby Digital audio, at low volume, it’s easy to lose the quieter
sounds completely — including some of the dialog. Switching
Audio DRC to On can help by bringing up the quieter sounds, while
controlling loud peaks.
How much of a difference you hear depends on the material you’re
listening to. If the material doesn’t have wide variations in volume,
you may not notice much change.
Important
• Audio DRC is effective with the following types of audio:
– Analog audio from the AUDIO OUT (2ch) and
AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) jacks.
– PCM audio from the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL/
OPTICAL) and HDMI OUT jacks (see also About the audio
output settings on page 42).
1 Press HOME MENU and select ‘Video/Audio Adjust’ from
the on-screen display.
Home Menu
Disc Navigator
Home Media Gallery
Video/Audio Adjust
Initial Setup
2
Select ‘Audio Adjust’.
Video/Audio Adjust
Video Adjust
Audio Adjust
3 Highlight Audio DRC, then use the / buttons to change
to ‘Off’, ‘Level 1’, ‘Level 2’ or ‘Max’ as required.
Audio Adjust
Audio DRC
Off
Max
4 Press ENTER or RETURN to make the setting and exit the
Audio Adjust screen.
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Chapter 8
Initial Setup menu
08
Using the Initial Setup menu
The Initial Setup menu is where you can set various player options for sound, picture, language and so on. Note that settings can only be
changed when the player is stopped.
If you disconnect the player from the wall outlet before switching the player off, any new settings made during that session will be lost.
• Press HOME MENU and select ‘Initial Setup’.
In the table below, the default option is marked with a •
Setting
Options
Explanation
TV Aspect Ratio
4:3 (Standard)
Select if you have a standard 4:3 TV. See Changing the output video resolution.
When the output video resolution is set to 720p, 1080i or 1080p, video is output in 16:9
widescreen format even if TV Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard). When connected to a 4:3
TV, set the output video resolution to 576i/480i or 576p/480p. See also Changing the output
video resolution on page 12.
16:9 (Widescreen) •
Select if you have a widescreen 16:9 TV.
4:3 Video Out
Full
4:3 video material is output without black bars on either side of the picture if the
TV Aspect Ratio (above) is set to 16:9 (Widescreen).
Normal •
4:3 video material is output with black bars on either side of the picture if the TV Aspect Ratio
setting (above) is set to 16:9 (Widescreen).
Letter Box •
If the TV Aspect Ratio setting (above) is set to 4:3 (Standard), select this if you prefer
letterbox presentation of 16:9 format DVDs.
Pan & Scan
If the TV Aspect Ratio setting (above) is set to 4:3 (Standard), select this if you prefer
Pan & Scan presentation of 16:9 format DVDs.
Video Out
DVD 16:9 Video Out
Some discs contain only Letter Box or Pan & Scan presentation so the video output will depend on the disc.
HDMI Color Space
YCbCr •
This is the standard setting for HDMI-compatible devices.
RGB (16-235)
Use this setting if colours appear overly rich and the black too deep on the RGB (0-255)
setting.
RGB (0-255)
Use if colours are weak and black appears to ‘float’ on the RGB (16-235) setting.
When using an HDMI monitor that accepts only RGB input, this player outputs RGB video even if this setting is set to YCbCr. If the monitor is DVI-compatible, the player
outputs RGB (0-255) colour space. If however the picture looks unnatural, set it to RGB (16-235).
24p Direct Out
On
Gives smooth movement in BD film material video. This setting is only effective when the
player is connected to a 1080/24p-compatible TV using HDMI.
Off •
Choose this setting if you notice picture disturbance when the video switches between video
and film material.
When 24p Direct Out is On, you may experience some picture disturbance when the video switches between video and film material. See also Changing the output video
resolution on page 12.
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Setting
Options
Explanation
Audio Out
Dolby Digital Out
Dolby Digital •
Outputs a Dolby Digital signal when a Dolby Digital source is being played.
Dolby Digital  PCM
Converts Dolby Digital sources to Linear PCM output. Use if your connected equipment
doesn’t support Dolby Digital audio.
This setting is effective in digital audio outputs.
DTS Out
DTS •
Outputs a DTS signal when a DTS source is being played.
DTS  PCM
Converts sources with DTS audio to Linear PCM output. Use if your connected equipment
doesn’t support DTS audio.
This setting is effective in digital audio outputs.
DTS Downmix
HDMI Audio Out
Stereo •
If you’ve selected DTS  PCM in DTS Out above, you can choose the way the DTS signal is
downmixed PCM audio. Stereo downmixes the signal to 2-channel stereo.
Lt/Rt
Downmixes to a 2-channel signal compatible with Dolby surround matrix decoders. (This
allows you to hear surround sound if your AV receiver or amplifier has Dolby Pro Logic
capability.)
Auto •
Outputs a bitstream of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio or DTS. However, if the player is connected to an HDMI device that is
incompatible with the output of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio, it outputs the Dolby Digital or DTS bitstream. Depending on the HDMI device
connected and the content being played, Linear PCM audio may be output. See About the
audio output settings on page 42 for details.
PCM
All audio signals are converted to Linear PCM. This player can output up to 7.1 ch Linear PCM
if the connected HDMI devices are capable of the output of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus
or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio. See About the audio output settings on page 42 for details.
Language
OSD Language
Audio Language
English •
Sets the language of the on-screen displays to English.
available languages
Choose from the languages displayed for the on-screen displays.
English •
Sets both the BD-ROM and DVD-Video default audio language to English.
available languages
Choose from the languages displayed to set the default audio language for BD-ROM and
DVD-Video playback.
Other
Continue to the next screen to set the default audio language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
disc playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 47
for the code list).
Discs do not necessarily have audio in your selected language. Also, some discs override the Audio Language preference.
Subtitle Language
English •
Sets the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback to English.
available languages
Choose from the languages displayed to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and
DVD-Video playback.
Other
Continue to the next screen to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
disc playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 47
for the code list).
Discs do not necessarily have subtitles in your selected language. Also, some discs override the Subtitle Language preference.
BD/DVD Menu
Language
w/Subtitle
Language •
Sets the language of BD-ROM and DVD-Video menus to the same as that set for the subtitle
language.
available languages
Choose from the displayed languages to set the default language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
menus.
Other
Continue to the next screen to set the default menu language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video
disc menus. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 47 for
the code list).
Discs do not necessarily have menus in your selected menu language.
Subtitle Display
On •
Select to have BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs display subtitles.
Off
Select to switch off subtitle display.
Some discs may override these settings.
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Setting
Options
Explanation
Change Password
(Set Password)
Next Screen
Set or change the password necessary to play BD or DVD discs that have level/age
restrictions. In order to change the password, you’ll need to first enter your existing one.
DVD Parental Lock
Change Level
Enter your password and then set the parental lock level. Discs with a lock level higher than
that set in the player will require the password to play.
DVD Country Code
Enter your password and then set a country/area code. This ensures that you see the scenes
intended for your country or area. See BD/DVD country/area code list on page 47.
Change Age
Restriction
Enter your password and then set the age restriction. “255” indicates no parental control.
BD Country Code
Enter your password and then set a country/area code. This ensures that you see the scenes
intended for your country or area. See BD/DVD country/area code list on page 47.
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Parental Lock
BD Parental Lock
Only certain discs have parental lock features. Check the disc packaging to see what features the disc has. If you forget your password you can reset it by resetting the player
to its factory settings. See BD/DVD language code list on page 47.
Network
IP Configuration
Next Screen
Continue to the next screen to input IP address details. See Setting up for network use on
page 19 for more detailed information.
Device Name
Next Screen
Continue to the next screen to set the name of this player as it will appear to other devices on
the network. See Setting up for network use on page 19 for more detailed information.
Display Network
Config.
Next Screen
Continue to the next screen to see a summary of your network settings.
2 Channel •
Set if you connected this player to an amplifier using only the front left/right channels of the
AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) outputs.
5.1 Channel
Set if you connected this player to an amplifier using all 5.1 channels of the
AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) outputs. On this setting the audio output from the AUDIO OUT (2ch)
jacks will be incorrect.
Next Screen
Continue to the next screen to specify which speakers are connected to your system.
This setting affects how audio is output from the multi-channel analog outputs. See Speaker
Setup on page 43 for more detailed information.
On •
The player displays operation displays (“Stop”, “Play”, etc.) on-screen.
Off
Switches off the on-screen operation displays.
On •
If the player is stopped or paused for more than 30 minutes with no operation by the user, the
player automatically switches itself off.
Speakers
Audio Output Mode
Speaker Setup
Options
On Screen Display
Auto Power Off
Off
No automatic power off.
Setup Navigator
Start
Select to start the Setup Navigator. See also Switching on and setting up on page 18.
HDMI Control
On •
Select when using the HDMI Control function. See HDMI Control on page 5.
Off
Select when not using the HDMI Control function. See HDMI Control on page 5.
BD •
Playback the BD portion.
DVD
Playback the DVD portion. When no DVD portion is present, the BD portion is played back.
CD
Playback the CD portion. When no CD portion is present, the BD portion is played back.
Set hybrid disc
playback layer
This setting cannot be changed when a disc is inserted in the disc tray.
Software Update
Start
The Software Update function can check for and download updated system software from the
network server. See Software updating on page 43.
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About the audio output settings
The table below shows how the audio settings you make in the Initial Setup menu (page 39) affect the output to the analog (2ch/5.1ch), digital
and HDMI outputs with various types of disc/files.
Analog outputs
Disc audio format
HDMI output1
Digital outputs
2ch2
5.1ch2
PCM convert3
Bitstream4,5
PCM6
Auto5,6,7
Dolby Digital
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
Dolby Digital
5.1ch PCM
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
Dolby Digital
7.1ch PCM9
Dolby Digital
Plus
Dolby TrueHD8
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
Dolby Digital
7.1ch
PCM9,10,11,12,13
Dolby TrueHD14
DTS
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
DTS
5.1ch
DTS
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
DTS
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
DTS
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch downmix
2ch downmix
PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
7.1ch
PCM10,11,15
7.1ch PCM
Dolby Digital
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
Dolby Digital
5.1ch PCM
Dolby Digital
DTS
2ch downmix
PCM
5.1ch PCM
2ch downmix
PCM
DTS
5.1ch PCM
DTS
MPEG
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
Linear PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
2ch PCM
plus
8
BD-ROM
DTS-HD High
Resolution
PCM10,15,16
7.1ch
PCM9,10,12,15
DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio
5.1ch
DTS
Audio17
DTS-HD Master
Audio18
Linear PCM
DVD-Video
PCM11
PCM10,15,16
1. If the connected HDMI device is compatible with fewer channels of Linear PCM audio than this player, the output will be adjusted to be compatible with the HDMI device.
2. When Audio Output Mode is set to 2 Channel or 5.1 Channel (see Audio Output Mode on page 41).
3. Dolby Digital  PCM or DTS  PCM setting (see Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out on page 40).
4. Dolby Digital or DTS setting (see Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out on page 40).
5. Even if there is interactive audio, interactive audio is not mixed.
6. When HDMI Audio Out is set to PCM or Auto (see HDMI Audio Out on page 40).
7. If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, the signal will be output as Dolby Digital or DTS.
If the HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby Digital or DTS, the signal is output as Linear PCM. If Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is
converted and output as Linear PCM, the output signal is Linear PCM of each source signal.
8. AUDIO OUT (2ch), AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) and DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL) output Dolby Digital.
9. Audio is output in 7.1ch/6.1ch with Surround Back output sources only. With other sources, audio is output in 5.1ch. The 6.1 Surround Back audio is output in 7.1ch.
10.Interactive audio is not mixed when the sampling rate is 192 kHz or 96 kHz.
11.Outputs 2ch downmix PCM when the sampling rate is 192 kHz.
12.Outputs max. 5.1ch audio when the disc contains 96 kHz audio and the resolution is set to 720p, 1080i or 1080p.
13.Outputs 2ch audio when the disc contains 96 kHz audio and the resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p.
14.Outputs a Dolby Digital bitstream when the resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p.
15.Outputs 48 kHz audio when the disc contains 96 kHz audio and the resolution is set to 576i/480i or 576p/480p.
16.Outputs 7.1ch audio when the source is the DTS-ES 6.1 Discrete audio.
17.AUDIO OUT (2ch), AUDIO OUT (5.1ch) and DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL) output DTS.
18.DTS sound is output.
Note
• Output sampling rate is 48 kHz through the digital audio outputs.
• MPEG audio is always output as linear PCM.
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Speaker Setup
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Note
You only need to make this setting if you connected this player to your
amplifier using the 5.1 channel analog outputs.
• Steps 1 to 3 are the operations performed by the user (they are
intended to download the software from the Internet).
This setting does not affect any digital audio output.
• Steps 4 to 6 are the operations performed (automatically) by the
player (they are intended to update the software).
Use the Speaker Setup screen to tell the player what kinds of
speakers you have connected.
1
Press HOME MENU and select ‘Initial Setup’.
1
Press HOME MENU and select ‘Initial Setup’.
2
Select ‘Options’, then ‘Software Update’.
2
Select ‘Speakers’.
3
Select ‘Start’, then ‘Yes’.
3
Select ‘Speaker Setup’, then ‘Next Screen’.
4
Use the / buttons to select a speaker.
Initial Setup
Video Out
Audio Out
Language
Parental Lock
Network
Spekaers
Options
Initial Setup
Video Out
Speaker Setup
Audio Out
Language
C
Yes
Parental Lock
Ls/Rs
Yes
Network
Spekaers
L/R
Software Update
Yes
No
Do not unplug the power cord during downloading.
The disc tray will open. Do not touch it. Wait awhile.
Start downloading?
Large
Options
• The player turns off automatically.
5 Use the / buttons to change the speaker setup.
Specify which speakers you have in your setup:
• If the player is already running the latest software, a help
message will be displayed.
• C (Center): Yes or No
• Depending on the Internet connection conditions, software
updating may take a certain period of time (certain time is also
required for downloading of software). Other operations are
defeated during software updating.
• Ls/Rs (Surround): Yes or No
• L/R (Main): Small or Large (This setting is only applicable if the
C and Ls/Rs speakers are present.)
6 Press ENTER to save the settings and exit the Speaker Setup
screen.
Software updating
4 Downloading and updating of the software start.
The front panel display shows the following messages, and the
player produces an operating sound (it does not output audio or
video).
“POWER OFF”

“POWER ON”

“NET”

“NET-DWLD”

“DOWNLOAD”
The software of the player can be updated by connecting it to the
Internet using a LAN cable.
Important
• Depending on the Internet connection conditions, software
updating may take a certain period of time (certain time is also
required for downloading of software). Other operations are
defeated during software updating.
5
• As the disc tray opens automatically when software updating
starts, it is recommended to open the rack door if the player is
installed in a rack with front doors. When the disc tray is open,
never attempt to push close it by force (leave the disc tray open).
• Do not unplug the power cord during software updating.
Otherwise, the updating will be aborted and malfunction may
occur with the player.
Updating starts.
• The front panel display shows messages such as
“DATA CHECK”, “WRT FLASH1”, “WRT DRIVE” and “WRT
SUBCON”.
• Do not unplug the power cord during software updating.
6 The disc tray opens automatically when updating
completes.
• The front panel display shows “DL OK” and the player turns off
automatically.
• When the disc tray is open, never attempt to push close it by
force (leave the disc tray open).
7
Verify that the software is updated properly.
• Step 7 is the operation performed by the user.
• Turn the player on. If the front panel display shows “DL OK”, the
software has been updated successfully.
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Chapter 9
Additional information
Taking care of your player and discs
Damaged and odd-shaped discs
Handling discs
Discs spin at high speed inside the player. If you can see that a disc
is cracked, chipped, warped, or otherwise damaged, don’t risk using
it in your player — you could end up damaging it.
When holding discs of any type, take care not to leave fingerprints,
dirt or scratches on the disc surface. Hold the disc by its edge or by
the center hole and edge.
Damaged or dirty discs can affect playback performance. Take care
also not to scratch the label side of the disc. Although not as fragile
as the recorded side, scratches can still result in a disc becoming
unusable.
Should a disc become marked with fingerprints, dust, etc., clean
using a soft, dry cloth, wiping the disc lightly from the center to the
outside edge as shown in the diagram below.
This player is designed for use with conventional, fully circular discs
only. Use of shaped discs is not recommended for this product.
Pioneer disclaims all liability arising in connection with the use of
shaped discs.
Do not use any kind of adapter when playing 8 cm DVD discs. This
size disc can be played in this player without an adapter; just use the
smaller disc guide in the disc tray.
Wipe lightly from the center of the disc using straight strokes.
Cleaning the pickup lens
The player’s lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for
some reason it should malfunction due to dust or dirt, consult your
nearest Pioneer-authorized service center. Although lens cleaners
for DVD players are commercially available, we advise against using
them since some may damage the lens.
Don’t wipe the disc surface using circular strokes.
If necessary, use a cloth soaked in alcohol, or a commercially
available DVD/BD cleaning kit to clean a disc more thoroughly.
Never use benzine, thinner or other cleaning agents, including
products designed for cleaning vinyl records.
Storing discs
Although BD and DVD discs are more durable than vinyl records,
you should still take care to handle and store discs correctly. When
you’re not using a disc, return it to its case and store upright. Avoid
leaving discs in excessively cold, humid, or hot environments
(including under direct sunlight).
Don’t glue paper or put stickers onto the disc, or use a pencil,
ball-point pen or other sharp-tipped writing instrument. These could
all damage the disc.
For more detailed care information see the instructions that come
with discs.
Do not load more than one disc into the player at a time.
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Problems with condensation
Condensation may form inside the player if it is brought into a warm
room from outside, or if the temperature of the room rises quickly.
Although the condensation won’t damage the player, it may
temporarily impair its performance. For this reason you should leave
it to adjust to the warmer temperature for about an hour before
switching on and using.
Hints on installation
We want you to enjoy using this product for years to come, so please
bear in mind the following points when choosing a suitable location
for it:
Do...
• Use in a well-ventilated room.
• Place on a solid, flat, level surface, such as a table, shelf or
stereo rack.
Don’t...
• Use in a place exposed to high temperatures or humidity,
including near radiators and other heat-generating appliances.
• Place on a window sill or other place where the player will be
exposed to direct sunlight.
• Use in an excessively dusty or damp environment.
• Place directly on top of an amplifier, or other component in your
stereo system that becomes hot in use.
• Place the player on top of or immediately next to the television or
monitor as you may experience interference.
• Use in a kitchen or other room where the player may be exposed
to smoke or steam.
• Use on a thick rug or carpet, or cover with cloth — this may
prevent proper cooling of the unit.
• Place on an unstable surface, or one that is not large enough to
support all four of the unit’s feet.
Moving the player
If you need to move this unit, first remove the disc, if there’s one
loaded, and close the disc tray. Next, press  STANDBY/ON to
switch the power to standby, checking that the power off indication
in the display goes off. Wait at least 10 seconds. Lastly, disconnect
the power cord.
Never lift or move the unit during playback — discs rotate at a high
speed and may be damaged.
Screen sizes and disc formats
09
BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs come in several different screen
aspect ratios, ranging from TV programmes, which are generally 4:3,
to CinemaScope widescreen movies, with an aspect ratio of up to
about 7:3.
Televisions, too, come in different aspect ratios; ‘standard’ 4:3 and
‘widescreen’ 16:9.
Widescreen TV users
If you have a widescreen TV, the TV Aspect Ratio setting (page 39)
of this player should be set to 16:9 (Widescreen).
When you watch discs recorded in 4:3 format, you can use the TV
controls to select how the picture is presented. Your TV may offer
various zoom and stretch options; see the instructions that came
with your TV for details.
Please note that some movie aspect ratios are wider than 16:9, so
even though you have a widescreen TV, these discs will still play in
a ‘letter box’ style with black bars at the top and bottom of the
screen.
Standard TV users
If you have a standard TV, the TV Aspect Ratio setting (page 39) of
this player should be set to 4:3 (Standard).
Resetting the player
Use this procedure to reset all the player’s settings to the factory
default.
1
Make sure that the player is turned on.
2
Press  to stop playback when a disc is being played back.
3
Press and hold  and press  STANDBY/ON.
• Use the control buttons on the front panel.
• The player turns off with all settings reset.
Caution for when the unit is installed in a rack with a
glass door
Do not press the  OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote control to
open the disc table while the glass door is closed. The door will
hamper movement of the disc table, and the disc table could be
damaged.
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Setting up the remote to control your TV
1 Input the manufacturer code.
While holding down the TV CONTROL  button, input the two digit
code from the table below that corresponds to the make of your TV.
For example, if you have a Pioneer TV, press and hold TV CONTROL ,
then press 0, 0 on the remote control.
2 Confirm that the TV is responding to the programmed
code.
On the remote, press the TV CONTROL  button. If the TV switches
on (or into standby if it was on previously), then you have the correct
code.
If nothing happens when you press the TV CONTROL  button,
start again from step 1 using a different code. Some manufacturers
have several codes. Try each one until you find the one that works.
TV Preset code list
Please note that there are cases where only certain functions may be controllable after assigning the proper preset code, or the codes for
the manufacturer in the list will not work for the model that you are using.
Manufacturer Code(s)
ACURA 44
ADMIRAL 31
AIWA 60
AKAI 32, 35, 42
AKURA 41
ALBA 07, 39, 41, 44
AMSTRAD 42, 44, 47
ANITECH 44
ASA 45
ASUKA 41
AUDIOGONIC 07, 36
BASIC LINE 41, 44
BAUR 31, 07, 42
BEKO 38
BEON 07
BLAUPUNKT 31
BLUE SKY 41
BLUE STAR 18
BPL 18
BRANDT 36
BTC 41
BUSH 07, 41, 42, 44, 47, 56
CASCADE 44
CATHAY 07
CENTURION 07
CGB 42
CIMLINE 44
CLARIVOX 07
CLATRONIC 38
CONDOR 38
CONTEC 44
CROSLEY 32
CROWN 38, 44
CRYSTAL 42
CYBERTRON 41
DAEWOO 07, 44, 56
DAINICHI 41
DANSAI 07
DAYTON 44
DECCA 07, 48
DIXI 07, 44
DUMONT 53
ELIN 07
ELITE 41
ELTA 44
EMERSON 42
ERRES 07
FERGUSON 07, 36, 51
FINLANDIA 35, 43, 54
FINLUX 32, 07, 45, 48, 53, 54
FIRSTLINE 40, 44
FISHER 32, 35, 38, 45
FORMENTI 32, 07, 42
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FRONTECH 31, 42, 46
FRONTECH/PROTECH 32
FUJITSU 48
FUNAI 40, 46, 58
GBC 32, 42
GE 00, 01, 08, 07, 10, 11, 17, 02, 28, 18
GEC 07, 34, 48
GELOSO 32, 44
GENERAL 29
GENEXXA 31, 41
GOLDSTAR 10, 23, 21, 02, 07, 50
GOODMANS 07, 39, 47, 48, 56
GORENJE 38
GPM 41
GRAETZ 31, 42
GRANADA 07, 35, 42, 43, 48
GRADIENTE 30, 57
GRANDIN 18
GRUNDIG 31, 53
HANSEATIC 07, 42
HCM 18, 44
HINARI 07, 41, 44
HISAWA 18
HITACHI 31, 33, 34, 36, 42, 43, 54, 06, 10,
24, 25, 18
HUANYU 56
HYPSON 07, 18, 46
ICE 46, 47
IMPERIAL 38, 42
INDIANA 07
INGELEN 31
INTERFUNK 31, 32, 07, 42
INTERVISION 46, 49
ISUKAI 41
ITC 42
ITT 31, 32, 42
JEC 05
JVC 13, 23
KAISUI 18, 41, 44
KAPSCH 31
KENDO 42
KENNEDY 32, 42
KORPEL 07
KOYODA 44
LEYCO 07, 40, 46, 48
LIESENK&TTER 07
LOEWE 07
LUXOR 32, 42, 43
M-ELECTRONIC 31, 44, 45, 54, 56, 07, 36,
51
MAGNADYNE 32, 49
MAGNAFON 49
MAGNAVOX 07, 10, 03, 12, 29
MANESTH 39, 46
MARANTZ 07
MARK 07
MATSUI 07, 39, 40, 42, 44, 47, 48
MCMICHAEL 34
MEDIATOR 07
MEMOREX 44
METZ 31
MINERVA 31, 53
MITSUBISHI 09, 10, 02, 21, 31
MULTITECH 44, 49
NEC 59
NECKERMANN 31, 07
NEI 07, 42
NIKKAI 05, 07, 41, 46, 48
NOBLIKO 49
NOKIA 32, 42, 52
NORDMENDE 32, 36, 51, 52
OCEANIC 31, 32, 42
ORION 32, 07, 39, 40
OSAKI 41, 46, 48
OSO 41
OSUME 48
OTTO VERSAND 31, 32, 07, 42
PALLADIUM 38
PANAMA 46
PANASONIC 31, 07, 08, 42, 22
PATHO CINEMA 42
PAUSA 44
PHILCO 32, 42
PHILIPS 31, 07, 34, 56, 68
PHOENIX 32
PHONOLA 07
PROFEX 42, 44
PROTECH 07, 42, 44, 46, 49
QUELLE 31, 32, 07, 42, 45, 53
R-LINE 07
RADIOLA 07
RADIOSHACK 10, 23, 21, 02
RBM 53
RCA 01, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 61, 62, 09
REDIFFUSION 32, 42
REX 31, 46
ROADSTAR 41, 44, 46
SABA 31, 36, 42, 51
SAISHO 39, 44, 46
SALORA 31, 32, 42, 43
SAMBERS 49
SAMSUNG 07, 38, 44, 46, 69, 70
SANYO 35, 45, 48, 21, 14, 91
SBR 07, 34
SCHAUB LORENZ 42
SCHNEIDER 07, 41, 47
SEG 42, 46
SEI 32, 40, 49
SELECO 31, 42
SHARP 02, 19, 27, 67, 90
SIAREM 32, 49
SIEMENS 31
SINUDYNE 32, 39, 40, 49
SKANTIC 43
SOLAVOX 31
SONOKO 07, 44
SONOLOR 31, 35
SONTEC 07
SONY 04
SOUNDWAVE 07
STANDARD 41, 44
STERN 31
SUSUMU 41
SYSLINE 07
TANDY 31, 41, 48
TASHIKO 34
TATUNG 07, 48
TEC 42
TELEAVIA 36
TELEFUNKEN 36, 37, 52
TELETECH 44
TENSAI 40, 41
THOMSON 36, 51, 52, 63
THORN 31, 07, 42, 45, 48
TOMASHI 18
TOSHIBA 05, 02, 26, 21, 53
TOWADA 42
ULTRAVOX 32, 42, 49
UNIDEN 92
UNIVERSUM 31, 07, 38, 42, 45, 46, 54
VESTEL 07
VICTOR 13
VOXSON 31
WALTHAM 43
WATSON 07
WATT RADIO 32, 42, 49
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 07
YOKO 07, 42, 46
ZENITH 03, 20
PIONEER 00, 31, 32, 07, 36, 42, 51
BD/DVD language code list
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Language (Language code letter), Language code
Japanese (ja), 1001
English (en), 0514
French (fr), 0618
German (de), 0405
Italian (it), 0920
Spanish (es), 0519
Dutch (nl), 1412
Russian (ru), 1821
Chinese (zh), 2608
Korean (ko), 1115
Greek (el), 0512
Afar (aa), 0101
Abkhazian (ab), 0102
Afrikaans (af), 0106
Amharic (am), 0113
Arabic (ar), 0118
Assamese (as), 0119
Aymara (ay), 0125
Azerbaijani (az), 0126
Bashkir (ba), 0201
Byelorussian (be), 0205
Bulgarian (bg), 0207
Bihari (bh), 0208
Bislama (bi), 0209
Bengali (bn), 0214
Tibetan (bo), 0215
Breton (br), 0218
Catalan (ca), 0301
Corsican (co), 0315
Czech (cs), 0319
Welsh (cy), 0325
Danish (da), 0401
Bhutani (dz), 0426
Esperanto (eo), 0515
Estonian (et), 0520
Basque (eu), 0521
Persian (fa), 0601
Finnish (fi), 0609
Fiji (fj), 0610
Faroese (fo), 0615
Frisian (fy), 0625
Irish (ga), 0701
Scots-Gaelic (gd), 0704
Galician (gl), 0712
Guarani (gn), 0714
Gujarati (gu), 0721
Hausa (ha), 0801
Hindi (hi), 0809
Croatian (hr), 0818
Hungarian (hu), 0821
Armenian (hy), 0825
Interlingua (ia), 0901
Interlingue (ie), 0905
Inupiak (ik), 0911
Indonesian (in), 0914
Icelandic (is), 0919
Hebrew (iw), 0923
Yiddish (ji), 1009
Javanese (jw), 1023
Georgian (ka), 1101
Kazakh (kk), 1111
Greenlandic (kl), 1112
Cambodian (km), 1113
Kannada (kn), 1114
Kashmiri (ks), 1119
Kurdish (ku), 1121
Kirghiz (ky), 1125
Latin (la), 1201
Lingala (ln), 1214
Laothian (lo), 1215
Lithuanian (lt), 1220
Latvian (lv), 1222
Malagasy (mg), 1307
Maori (mi), 1309
Macedonian (mk), 1311
Malayalam (ml), 1312
Mongolian (mn), 1314
Moldavian (mo), 1315
Marathi (mr), 1318
Malay (ms), 1319
Maltese (mt), 1320
Burmese (my), 1325
Nauru (na), 1401
Nepali (ne), 1405
Norwegian (no), 1415
Occitan (oc), 1503
Oromo (om), 1513
Oriya (or), 1518
Panjabi (pa), 1601
Polish (pl), 1612
Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619
Portuguese (pt), 1620
Quechua (qu), 1721
Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813
Kirundi (rn), 1814
Romanian (ro), 1815
Kinyarwanda (rw), 1823
Sanskrit (sa), 1901
Sindhi (sd), 1904
Sangho (sg), 1907
Serbo-Croatian (sh), 1908
Sinhalese (si), 1909
Slovak (sk), 1911
Slovenian (sl), 1912
Samoan (sm), 1913
Shona (sn), 1914
Somali (so), 1915
Albanian (sq), 1917
Serbian (sr), 1918
Siswati (ss), 1919
Sesotho (st), 1920
Sundanese (su), 1921
Swedish (sv), 1922
Swahili (sw), 1923
Tamil (ta), 2001
Telugu (te), 2005
Tajik (tg), 2007
Thai (th), 2008
Tigrinya (ti), 2009
Turkmen (tk), 2011
Tagalog (tl), 2012
Setswana (tn), 2014
Tonga (to), 2015
Turkish (tr), 2018
Tsonga (ts), 2019
Tatar (tt), 2020
Twi (tw), 2023
Ukrainian (uk), 2111
Urdu (ur), 2118
Uzbek (uz), 2126
Vietnamese (vi), 2209
Volapük (vo), 2215
Wolof (wo), 2315
Xhosa (xh), 2408
Yoruba (yo), 2515
Zulu (zu), 2621
BD/DVD country/area code list
Country/Area, Country/Area code, Country/Area code letter
Argentina, 0118, ar
Australia, 0121, au
Austria, 0120, at
Belgium, 0205, be
Brazil, 0218, br
Canada, 0301, ca
Chile, 0312, cl
China, 0314, cn
Denmark, 0411, dk
Finland, 0609, fi
France, 0618, fr
Germany, 0405, de
Hong Kong, 0811, hk
India, 0914, in
Indonesia, 0904, id
Italy, 0920, it
Japan, 1016, jp
Republic of Korea, 1118, kr
Malaysia, 1325, my
Mexico, 1324, mx
Netherlands, 1412, nl
New Zealand, 1426, nz
Norway, 1415, no
Pakistan, 1611, pk
Philippines, 1608, ph
Portugal, 1620, pt
Russian Federation, 1821, ru
Singapore, 1907, sg
Spain, 0519, es
Switzerland, 0308, ch
Sweden, 1905, se
Taiwan, 2023, tw
Thailand, 2008, th
United Kingdom, 0702, gb
United States of America, 2119, us
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operation is often mistaken for trouble and malfunction. If you think there is something wrong with this component, please check
the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being
used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after checking the points below, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your
dealer to carry out repair work.
Playback troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
The disc won’t play or is automatically
ejected after loading.
• Make sure the disc is free from dirt and dust and is not damaged (see Taking care of your player and
discs on page 44).
• Make sure the disc is loaded with the label side face-up and aligned properly in the disc tray guide.
• Incompatible region: If the region on a BD-ROM or DVD-Video disc does not match the region on the
player, the disc cannot be used (see BD-ROM regions and DVD-Video regions on page 8).
• Condensation inside the player: Allow time for condensation to evaporate. Avoid using the player
near an air-conditioning unit.
• Make sure the disc is compatible with this player (see Disc/content format playback compatibility on
page 7).
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Problem
Remedy
Picture freezes and the front panel and
remote control buttons stop working.
• Press  (stop), then start playback again ( (play)).
• Press the front panel  STANDBY/ON button to switch the power off, then switch back on and
restart playback. If the power fails to switch off, press and hold  STANDBY/ON for 20 seconds
until the power switches off. Then switch on again by pressing  STANDBY/ON.
• Unplug from the wall socket, then plug back in and switch on again by pressing  STANDBY/ON to
switch the player on.
No picture/No colour.
• Incorrect video connections: Check that connections are correct and that plugs are inserted fully.
Also check the video cable for damage.
• TV/monitor or AV amplifier settings are incorrect: Check the instruction manual of the connected
equipment.
• Depending on your display, some of the settings may result in the picture disappearing. In this case,
press OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appears (see Changing the output video
resolution on page 12).
• Some BD-ROM discs output video only over HDMI.
• For copy-protection purposes, DVD-Video and some BD-ROM discs output 576i/480i or 576p/480p
The video output is set to 720p/1080i/
over the component output.
1080p, but the actual output is 576i/480i or
576p/480p.
Screen is stretched or aspect does not
change.
• The TV Aspect Ratio or 4:3 Video Out setting in the Initial Setup menu is incorrect. See
TV Aspect Ratio and 4:3 Video Out on page 39 for how to set these correctly for your TV/monitor.
• When output video resolution is set to 720p, 1080i or 1080p, video is output in 16:9 Widescreen
format even if TV Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard).
Picture disturbance during playback or
dark image.
• This player is compatible with Macrovision System copy guard. Some discs include a copy
prevention signal, and when this type of disc is played back, stripes etc., may appear on some
sections of the picture depending on the TV. This is not a malfunction.
• Due to the player’s copy protection circuits, connection of this device through a VCR or an AV
selector may cause picture problems. This is not a malfunction.
No audio, or audio is distorted.
• No audio is output during slow motion playback or when scanning contents.
• Check your amplifier/receiver’s settings (volume, input function, speaker settings, etc.).
• Check that the disc is free from dust and dirt, and that it is not damaged (Taking care of your player
and discs on page 44).
• Check that all interconnects are firmly inserted.
• Check that the plugs and terminals are free of dirt, oxide, etc. and clean if necessary. Also check the
cable for damage.
• Make sure the player’s output is not connected to the amplifier’s phono (turntable) inputs.
• Check the Audio Output Mode on page 41. If this is set to 5.1 Channel, output from the AUDIO
OUT (2ch) jacks will be incorrect.
• Check the Speaker Setup on page 43.
• For copy-protection purposes, some BD-ROM discs only output audio over optical/coaxial and
HDMI.
• When Audio CDs containing text files or such data are played back, sound is muted.
The analog audio is OK, but there appears • Check that the Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out settings (page 40) are suitable for your amplifier/
to be no optical/coaxial digital audio
receiver — check the instruction manual that came with your amplifier/receiver (also check that the
signal.
output settings on your amplifier/receiver are correct).
Cannot play multi-channel audio.
• Check the audio options available from the disc menu.
• Multi-channel 192 kHz audio is output in 2 channels.
• Check that the Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out settings (page 40) are suitable for your amplifier/
receiver — check the instruction manual that came with your amplifier/receiver.
• If you connected this player to your amplifier/receiver using the 5.1 channel analog outputs, make
sure the Audio Output Mode (page 41) and Speaker Setup (page 43) are set correctly.
• If you connected this player to your amplifier/receiver using HDMI, or the optical/coaxial digital
outputs, make sure that the output settings on your amplifier/receiver are correct (refer to the
instruction manual that came with your amplifier/receiver).
• To use the 7.1ch setting for Dolby Digital Out, set Dolby Digital  PCM (page 40).
Noise is output when DTS audio is played. • If this unit is connected to a non-DTS compatible amplifier or decoder using a digital audio cable,
set DTS Out to DTS  PCM (page 40). If you do not do this, noise will be output when you play a
DTS disc.
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Cannot output 96 kHz or 192 kHz digital
audio from optical/coaxial digital output.
• The player does not output digital audio from the optical/coaxial jacks at this sampling rate. The
digital output is automatically downsampled.
Problem
Remedy
Disc containing PC files won’t play.
• Make sure the disc is compatible with this player (see Disc/content format playback compatibility on
page 7).
• This player is compatible with multi-border discs, but only plays the first border.
• Check that the file complies to one of the supported formats, bit rates or profiles (see File
compatibility on page 7). Also check that the file is not damaged.
• If the message ‘Cannot play this format’ is displayed when you try to play PC files, check the file
formats.
• This player cannot play DRM-protected content on DVD and DRM-protected titles appear in the Disc
Navigator with a lock icon ( ).
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No picture or High Definition video output • For copy-protection purposes, composite, S-Video and component video output may not possible.
when watching a BD.
See Connecting for HDMI output on page 11 to connect using HDMI.
Image is blurred when you begin playback • Certain televisions cause blur effects when playback of a disc begins. This is not a malfunction.
of a disc.
Colours are not displayed properly on the
TV.
• When you have used the included video cables to connect this unit to a TV that does not support
either NTSC or PAL, some colours may not display correctly. For more information please refer to the
operating instructions of your TV, and confirm the TV system settings of this unit.
Tracks/files are repeated during random
play.
• Because tracks/files are selected entirely at random, same tracks/files may be played in quick
succession. For example, ‘Track 1’ may be followed by ‘Track 5,’ only to have ‘Track 1’ play again next.
This is not a malfunction.
SlideShows do not play.
• If you have selected a single file and select Slideshow from the Photo Options menu, then only
that single file is played back. To play a slideshow you must select All Photos from the browse
menu.
Images no longer displayed when you
• Depending on your display, some of the settings may result in the picture disappearing. In this case,
change the 24p Direct Out setting to On.
press OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appears (see Changing the output video
resolution on page 12).
CDs cannot be copied on other external
components.
• The audio signals of a CD output at the jacks of this player are protected from copying and cannot
be copied on other external components.
• To copy the audio signals recorded on a CD, connect your external components to the AUDIO OUT
(2ch) jacks of this player.
Video is distorted during playback of a
• Verify that the TV system frame rate (50 Hz/60 Hz) is set properly. The TV system can be switched
over using the Blue button (see About NTSC/PAL TV systems on page 20).
movie file on a DVD-R/-RW disc or media
servers.
HDMI troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
No HDMI video output. (A connected
HDMI component doesn’t work with this
player.)
• This unit has been designed to be compliant with HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface).
Depending on the component you have connected, unreliable signal transfers may result.
• If you connect a DVI device to the HDMI output of this player, ensure that it is compliant with
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP).
• If the front panel HDMI indicator is unlit then:
– Make sure that you’ve selected this player as the HDMI input in the settings for the component
you’re using. You may need to refer to the instruction manual of the component to do this.
– Check that the HDMI cable is connected properly and that the cable isn’t damaged.
• If the front panel HDMI indicator is lit:
– Depending on your display, some of the settings may result in the picture disappearing. In this case,
press OUTPUT RESOLUTION repeatedly until the picture re-appears (see Changing the output video
resolution on page 12).
• Depending on the HDMI cable being used, 1080p output may not appear correctly (The
supplied HDMI cable is capable of outputting 1080p video).
Colours are too rich or too weak, or black
is too deep or appears to ‘float’.
• Use a different HDMI Color Space setting (page 39).
No HDMI audio output.
• If you have connected to an HDCP-compatible DVI component, there won’t be any audio output
from the HDMI terminal. Connect using the optical/coaxial digital outputs (or the analog outputs).
• Verify that the connected HDMI device is compatible with Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Digital Plus (i.e. if
bitstream output is allowed). If the HDMI device is not compatible, the audio will be converted into
D1olby Digital or Linear PCM.
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Problem
Remedy
HDMI Control does not function.
• Verify that the HDMI cable is firmly connected.
• Make sure that this unit’s HDMI Control is set to On (page 41).
• Make sure that the HDMI Control for the connected components is set to On. For more information,
refer to the operating manual for the connected component.
• This function may not work properly if you have multiple components connected to a single plasma
television, AV system (amplifier or AV receiver etc.), or HD AV Converter. For more information refer
to the operating manual of your plasma television, AV system, or HD AV Converter.
• You can enable HDMI Control by turning the HDMI Control setting to On for all components
connected via HDMI cable. Check the video output from this unit once you have completed making
connections and settings for all components. You will need to check the video output each time you
change connected components or remove the HDMI cable.
• Check whether the connected component supports HDMI Control or not. For more information refer
to the operating manual of your plasma television, AV system (amplifier or AV receiver etc.), or HD
AV Converter.
• Certain functions are not supported on some plasma televisions.
• This player does not support HDMI Control-compatible components other than those made by
Pioneer.
• This unit will not function properly with components that do not support HDMI Control, or when
connected with components other than those made by Pioneer.
• If you want to use an HDMI cable other than the supplied HDMI cable, use the one that supports the
HDMI 1.3 specification (Category 2) or later. The HDMI Control functions may not operate properly
if you do not use an HDMI cable that supports the HDMI 1.3 specification (Category 2) or later.
Network troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
Home Media Gallery is not available.
• LAN indicator is unlit:
– Check the physical connections (hub, 100BASE-TX, or other cable quality).
• LAN indicator is lit:
– If this player’s IP address is set automatically, make sure that the media server’s address is also set
automatically. If the IP address of the media server has been set manually, set the IP address of the
player manually too (see Network on page 41).
– Check the logical connections (IP address setup, DHCP, etc.). Confirm that the IP address is correct
if acquired using DHCP or Auto-IP in the Network Config. screen that follows the Initial Setup menu
(see page 41).
– Confirm that the media server is on and not in standby or sleep mode.
– Check the network and other settings on the media server.
– Check that this player and the media server are on the same Local Area Network (LAN).
– Check if the media server (Windows Media Player 11, Windows Media Connect or DLNA-compliant)
is running. Restart if necessary.
– Check if the media server is setup correctly for file sharing, if the target folder has been deleted or if
one or more folders has become corrupted on the server.
– Check if the PC is operating properly. Reboot the PC after confirming its specifications and setup.
A connected media server does not show
up in the source list in the Home Media
Gallery.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Confirm that the media server is on and not in standby or sleep mode.
Check the network and other settings on the media server.
Check that this player and the media server are on the same Local Area Network (LAN).
Check if the media server (Windows Media Player 11, Windows Media Connect or DLNA-compliant)
is running. Restart if necessary.
Check if the media server is setup correctly for file sharing, if the target folder has been deleted or if
one or more folders has become corrupted on the server.
Check if the PC is operating properly. Reboot the PC after confirming its specifications and setup.
Check that there are playable files on the media server.
After adding a new media server, exit the Home Media Gallery then, after a few moments, re-enter it.
A media server shows up in the source list • Check the media server setup. If a client is registered (authorized) manually, the setup procedure
but is not available (a lock icon ( )
may have to be run again.
• Check that there are playable files on the media server.
appears).
• After adding a new media server, exit the Home Media Gallery then, after a few moments, re-enter it.
Content different from last time appears
on the network (missing items, etc.).
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• If the player cannot connect to the same server as last time (because it is switched off, for example),
the player will connect to another server on the network. To see content on a particular server, make
sure it is running and then select it as the source in the Home Media Gallery (see Movie sources on
page 32).
Problem
Remedy
Cannot play or display.
• Check the physical connections (hub, 100BASE-TX, or other cable quality).
• Check if the file complies to the supported format, bit rate or profile (see File compatibility on
page 7). Also check if the file is damaged.
• If the message ‘Cannot play this format’ is displayed when you try to play PC files, check the file
formats.
• It takes time to capture and display a large-sized image; during this time you may have to wait to
operate the player.
• This player cannot play DRM-protected content stored on a DLNA server (not a Windows Media
Player 11 or Windows Media Connect server).
• Some files that comply with one of the supported formats may not play or be displayed.
• Check if there are too many files on the server.
• Check if the PC is operating properly. Reboot the PC after confirming its specification and setup.
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Image or sound is interrupted or distorted • Check the physical connections (hub, 100BASE-TX, or other cable quality). It is strongly
(block noise appears).
recommended to use 100BASE-TX for playback quality and display speed.
• When connected by a wireless LAN, check if the bit rate is sufficient.
• Check that the file complies with the supported format, bit rate or profile (see File compatibility on
page 7). Also check if the file is damaged.
• Some files that comply with one of the supported formats may not play or be displayed.
• Check if the PC is operating properly. Reboot the PC after confirming its specification and setup.
• The configuration may change depending on server type. This is not a malfunction.
Genre (movie), Playlist (music), Album
(photo) or folder configuration differs from
one server to another.
An available server is selected but cannot
be navigated.
• Check if the server is correctly set up for file sharing, if the target folder has been deleted, or if one or
more folders have been corrupted on the server.
• Check if there are too many files on the server.
‘Cannot connect to server.’ is displayed
when network downloading is attempt.
• The message is displayed when connection to the server failed. Verify that the network cable is
connected properly before retrying.
“WRT FAILED” is displayed on the front
• The message is displayed when downloading failed. As the player may be failed, contact your local
panel display during network downloading.
Pioneer Customer Service Center.
Miscellaneous troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
It is taking a long time for the unit to start
up.
• It can take up to one minute for the system to start up once you press the  STANDBY/ON button.
This does not mean that the player is experiencing problems.
The power automatically turns off.
• The Auto Power Off function switches the player into standby if no operation is performed for
30 minutes while the player is stopped or paused (page 41).
• This unit’s power may be turned off when you control this unit from a connected TV. If you do not
want this unit to be turned off in this way, set this unit’s HDMI Control (page 41) to Off.
Your TV and AV system automatically
change inputs.
• The connected TV and AV system automatically may change inputs in response to this unit starting
playback or having the GUI screen (ex. Disc Navigator) displayed. If you do not want your TV and AV
system to change inputs in this way, set this unit HDMI Control (page 41) to Off.
The remote control doesn’t seem to work.
• The CONTROL IN jack on the rear panel is connected: Point the remote control at the connected
component to control this player.
• The remote control is too far from the player, or the angle with the remote sensor is too wide: Use
the remote within its operating range (see Using the remote control on page 6).
• The batteries are exhausted: Put in new ones (see Putting the batteries in the remote control on
page 6).
• If you are using an external IR receiver, you may need to set the IR RECEIVER switch (see Using an
external IR receiver with this player on page 15).
Settings are cancelled.
• When the power is cut due to power failure or by unplugging the power cord during operation,
settings will be cancelled. See Moving the player on page 45 for proper shutdown instructions.
After inserting a disc, a ‘Loading’ message • When you have inserted a disc containing PC files, the time necessary to load the files contained on
is displayed but playback does not begin.
the disc varies by how many files are present. The process can take anywhere from a few minutes to
upwards of ten minutes.
On hybrid discs with BD and DVD layers,
the DVD layer cannot be played back.
• Change the Set hybrid disc playback layer to DVD (page 41).
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Problem
Remedy
On hybrid discs with BD and CD layers,
the CD layer cannot be played back.
• Change the Set hybrid disc playback layer to CD (page 41).
When the Set hybrid disc playback layer • When the layer set to playback at Set hybrid disc playback layer is not present on an inserted hybrid
disc, the BD layer is played back.
is set to DVD and you insert a hybrid disc
with BD and CD layers, the BD layer is
played back.
The Set hybrid disc playback layer
setting cannot be changed (it is grayed
out).
• You cannot change the Set hybrid disc playback layer when a disc is inserted. Eject the disc to
make changes.
A ‘’ appears in the file name.
• A character that cannot be displayed on this unit is included in the file name. Use only
alphanumeric characters if you want file names to be displayed correctly on this player.
The power automatically turns on.
• This unit’s power may be turned on when you control this unit from a connected plasma television.
If you do not want this unit to be turned on in this way, set this unit’s HDMI Control to Off (page 41).
Glossary
Analog audio
An electrical signal that directly represents sound. Compare this to
digital audio which can also be an electrical signal, but is an indirect
representation of sound. See also Digital audio.
Aspect ratio
The width of a TV screen relative to its height. Conventional TVs are
4:3 (in other words, the screen is almost square); widescreen
models are 16:9 (the screen is almost twice as wide as it is high).
BD-J
BD-J is the Java specification for BD-ROM, allowing content
providers to put interactive material linked to specific titles on the
disc.
Dolby Digital Plus delivers multi-channel audio programs of up to
7.1 channels and supports multiple programs in a single encoded
bitstream with the maximum bit rate potential of 6 Mbps and the
maximum bit rate performance of 1.7 Mbps on BD, and it outputs
Dolby Digital bitstreams for playback on existing Dolby Digital
systems. Dolby Digital Plus can accurately reproduce the sound
originally intended by directors and producers.
It also features multi-channel sound with discrete channel output,
interactive mixing and streaming capability in advanced systems.
BDAV is one of the application formats used by writable Blu-ray
Discs (BD-R or BD-RE). It corresponds to the VR mode of the DVD
standard.
Supported by HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), a singlecable digital connection is possible for high-definition audio and
video.
BDMV
Dolby TrueHD
BDMV is one of the Blu-ray Disc standards (application standard for
BD-ROM). It corresponds to the Video mode of the DVD standard.
Dolby TrueHD is the next-generation lossless encoding technology
developed for high-definition optical discs in the upcoming era.
Default Gateway
Dolby TrueHD delivers tantalizing sound that is bit-for-bit identical to
the studio master, unlocking the true high-definition entertainment
experience on high-definition optical discs in the next generation.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Server
A DHCP server is a server that allocates IP addresses to hosts
(network devices). In most cases, a broadband router serves as a
DHCP server in a home network.
Digital audio
An indirect representation of sound by numbers. During recording,
the sound is measured at discrete intervals by an analog-to-digital
converter, generating a stream of numbers. On playback, a
digital-to-analog converter generates an analog signal based on
these numbers. See also Sampling frequency and Analog audio.
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Dolby Digital Plus is the next-generation audio technology for all
high-definition programming and media. It combines the efficiency
to meet future broadcast demands with the power and flexibility to
realize the full audio potential expected in the upcoming highdefinition era. Built on Dolby Digital, the multi-channel audio
standard for BD and DVD, Dolby Digital Plus has been designed for
the next-generation AV Systems (amplifier or AV receiver) but
remains fully compatible with all current AV Systems.
BDAV
Default Gateway is a node on a computer network that serves as an
access point to another network. A default gateway (such as a
computer and router) is used to forward all traffic that is not
addressed to a station within the local subnet.
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Dolby Digital Plus
When coupled with high-definition video, Dolby TrueHD offers an
unprecedented home theater experience with stunning sound and
high-definition picture.
It supports bit rates of up to 18 Mbps and records up to 8 full-range
channels individually with 24-bit/96 kHz audio. It also features
extensive metadata including dialogue normalization and dynamic
range control. Supported by HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface), a single-cable digital connection is possible for highdefinition audio and video. BD standards currently limit their
maximum number of audio channels to eight, whereas Dolby Digital
Plus and Dolby TrueHD support more than eight audio channels.
DRM (Digital Rights Management)
DRM is one of several technologies that controls access to and use
of digital data, such as music, movies and other copyrighted
contents.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
Progressive scan video
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio provides sound quality which far
outpaces that of the current DVD discs with constant data rates
from 1.5 Mbps to 6.0 Mbps for Blu-ray Disc. DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio is capable of up to 7.1 channels of audio at a
sampling frequency of 96 kHz/24 bits so the original sound is finely
and faithfully reproduced with less disc space compared to DTS-HD
Master Audio. The result of using DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
use is especially significant when watching high definition video as
the sound that is clearer than ever creates the whole new movie
experience right at home.
Also called non-interlaced video, this method of displaying a picture
updates all the lines in one pass, resulting in a more stable,
flicker-free image than interlaced video (for a given scanning rate).
See also Interlaced video.
Dynamic range
The difference between the quietest and loudest sounds possible in
an audio signal (without distorting or getting lost in noise). Dolby
Digital and DTS soundtracks are capable of a very wide dynamic
range, delivering dramatic cinema-like effects.
Ethernet
A frame-based computer networking technology for local area
networks (LANs). This player supports 100BASE-TX.
File extension
A tag added to the end of a filename to indicate the type of file. For
example, “.jpg” indicates an JPEG image file.
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Regions (DVD-Video and BD-ROM)
These associate discs and players with particular areas of the world.
This unit will only play discs that have a compatible region code (i.e.,
the same code as your player). You can find the region code of your
unit by looking on the rear panel. Some discs are compatible with
more than one region (or all regions).
Note that the region systems for DVD and BD are not the same.
Sampling frequency
The rate at which sound is measured to be turned into digital audio
data. The higher the rate, the better the sound quality, but the more
digital information is generated. For example, a sampling frequency
of 44.1 kHz means 44 100 samples (measurements) per second. See
also Digital audio.
Subnet mask
The IP address is divided into the network address part and the host
address part. The subnet mask is expressed as ‘255.255.255.0’. In
most cases, the subnet mask is automatically assigned by the
DHCP server.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a high-speed digital
interface which has the capability to support standard or
high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel
surround-sound audio on a single digital connection.
Interactive audio
Interactive audio is Linear PCM (LPCM) audio activated by a
BD-ROM application and mixed with the primary audio. It is typically
used to provide dynamic sounds associated with interactive
applications, such as button sounds.
Interlaced video
A method of displaying a picture in which odd-numbered lines are
updated in one pass, then even-numbered lines updated in the next.
See also Progressive scan video.
IP (Internet Protocol) address
A unique number that devices use in order to identify and
communicate with each other on a network utilizing the Internet
Protocol standard, such as ‘192.168.0.1’. No duplicate numbers are
allowed in the network.
LAN cable
A cable that has an 8-pin modular plug on each end and is different
from a telephone plug which has 4-pins.
MAC (Media Access Control) address
An address attached to the port of any device. The MAC address
cannot be changed.
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
A common system of encoding digital audio. Excellent quality, but
requires a lot of data compared to formats such as Dolby Digital and
MPEG audio. For compatibility with digital audio recorders and AV
amplifiers with digital inputs, this unit can convert Dolby Digital,
DTS and MPEG audio to PCM. See also Digital audio.
Pop-up menu (BD only)
A context-sensitive menu that can be used without interrupting
playback of a BD.
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License
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This software is based in part on Mozilla Public License 1.1 see http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/for information.
[OpenSSL]
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
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4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written
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5. Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL” appear in their names without prior written permission of the
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This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson
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Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young ([email protected])
All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young ([email protected]). The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared to. The following conditions apply to all code found
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This software is based in part on Apple Public Source License or the recent’s rights thereunder see http://developer.apple.com/for information.
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If only executable code is distributed, then the accompanying documentation must state that “this software is based in part on the work of the Independent
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[libpng]
COPYRIGHT NOTICE, DISCLAIMER, and LICENSE:
If you modify libpng you may insert additional notices immediately following this sentence. libpng version 1.2.6, December 3, 2004, is Copyright © 2004 Glenn
Randers-Pehrson, and is distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-1.2.5 with the following individual added to the list of Contributing
Authors
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libpng versions 1.0.7, July 1, 2000, through 1.2.5 - October 3, 2002, are Copyright © 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the
same disclaimer and license as libpng-1.0.6 with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors
Simon-Pierre Cadieux
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Gilles Vollant
and with the following additions to the disclaimer:
There is no warranty against interference with your enjoyment of the library or against infringement. There is no warranty that our efforts or the library will fulfill
any of your particular purposes or needs. This library is provided with all faults, and the entire risk of satisfactory quality, performance, accuracy, and effort is
with the user.
libpng versions 0.97, January 1998, through 1.0.6, March 20, 2000, are Copyright © 1998, 1999 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the
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libpng versions 0.89, June 1996, through 0.96, May 1997, are Copyright © 1996, 1997 Andreas Dilger Distributed according to the same disclaimer and license
as libpng-0.88, with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:
John Bowler
Kevin Bracey
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Tom Tanner
libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright © 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc.
For the purposes of this copyright and license, “Contributing Authors” is defined as the following set of individuals:
Andreas Dilger
Dave Martindale
Guy Eric Schalnat
Paul Schmidt
Tim Wegner
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The PNG Reference Library is supplied “AS IS”. The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without
limitation, the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. assume no liability for direct, indirect,
incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages, which may result from the use of the PNG Reference Library, even if advised of the possibility of such
damage.
Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this source code, or portions hereof, for any purpose, without fee, subject to the following
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2. Altered versions must be plainly marked as such and must not be misrepresented as being the original source.
3. This Copyright notice may not be removed or altered from any source or altered source distribution.
The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. specifically permit, without fee, and encourage the use of this source code as a component to supporting the PNG
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A “png_get_copyright” function is available, for convenient use in “about” boxes and the like: printf(“%s”,png_get_copyright(NULL)); Also, the PNG logo (in PNG
format, of course) is supplied in the files “pngbar.png” and “pngbar.jpg (88x31)” and “pngnow.png” (98x31).
Libpng is OSI Certified Open Source Software. OSI Certified Open Source is a certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.
Glenn Randers-Pehrson
glennrp at users.sourceforge.net
December 3, 2004
[zlib]
This software is based in part on zlib see http://www.zlib.net for information.
[FreeType]
The FreeType Project is Copyright © 1996-2000 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg. All rights reserved except as specified below.
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[GIFLIB]
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[libhttp]
Copyright © 2000-2004 Dag-Erling Smørgrav
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LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that both the
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[Vera.ttf/VeraMono.ttf]
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[TinyLogin]
This software is Copyright 1988 - 1994, Julianne Frances Haugh. All rights reserved.
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Total harmonic distortion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.0015 %
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Power cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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Jack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RCA jack
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Number of channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RCA jack
Audio output (multi-channel/L, R, C, SW, LS, RS)
Output level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . During audio output
200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)
Number of channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RCA jack
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