LG HR530S Owner's manual

LG HR530S Owner's manual
ENGLISH
OWNER’S MANUAL
Blu-ray Disc™ Player with
built-in HDD & HDD Tuner
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
MODEL
HR530S
P/NO : SAC35215601
Safety Information
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous
voltage within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the product.
Cautions and Warnings
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a
confined space such as a book case or similar unit.
CAUTION: Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from over heating. The
openings shall be never be blocked by placing
the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product shall not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instruction has been adhered to.
CAUTION: This product employs a Laser System.
To ensure proper use of this product, please read
this owner’s manual carefully and retain it for future
reference. Shall the unit require maintenance,
contact an authorized service center.
Use of controls, adjustments or the performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try
to open the enclosure. Visible laser radiation when
open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
CAUTION concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a
dedicated circuit;
That is, a single outlet circuit which powers only
that appliance and has no additional outlets or
branch circuits. Check the specification page of this
owner’s manual to be certain. Do not overload wall
outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged
wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or
damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.
Any of these conditions could result in electric
shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your
appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage
or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the
appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact
replacement part by an authorized service center.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical
abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed
in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention
to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord
exits the appliance. To disconnect power from the
mains, pull out the mains cord plug. When installing
the product, ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
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Safety Information
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Safety Information
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Safety Information
This device is equipped with a portable battery or
accumulator.
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Safety Information
Safety way to remove the battery or the battery
from the equipment: Remove the old battery
or battery pack, follow the steps in reverse order
than the assembly. To prevent contamination of
the environment and bring on possible threat
to human and animal health, the old battery or
the battery put it in the appropriate container at
designated collection points. Do not dispose of
batteries or battery together with other waste.
It is recommended that you use local, free
reimbursement systems batteries and accumulators.
The battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the lile.
CAUTION: The apparatus shall not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
For Wireless product European Union Notice
LG Electronics hereby
declares that this/
these product(s) is/are
in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC,
2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC and 2009/125/EC.
Please contact to the following address for obtaining
a copy of the DoC (Declaration of Conformity).
European representative : LG Electronics Service
Europe B.V. Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere, The
Netherlands (Tel : +31-(0)36-547-8888)
Indoor use only.
RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment should be installed and operated
with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator
and your body.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products
should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream
via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the
local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old
appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information
about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste
disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
Notes on Copyrights
• Recording equipment should be used only for
lawful copying and you are advised to check
carefully what is lawful copying in the area
in which you are making a copy. Copying of
copyright material such as films or music is
unlawful unless permitted by a legal exception or
consented to by the rights owner.
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Rovi Corporation, and is intended
for home and other limited viewing uses only
unless otherwise authorized by Rovi Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
• CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL
HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY
COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY
CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE
PICTURE. IN CASE OF 625 PROGRESSIVE SCAN
PICTURE PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT THE USER SWITCH THE CONNECTION
TO THE ‘STANDARD DEFINITION’ OUTPUT. IF
THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR TV SET
COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS MODEL 625p UNIT
PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE
CENTRE.
Safety Information
• Furthermore, BD-ROM Mark and BD+ are
additionally used as content protection systems
for BD format, which imposes certain restrictions
including playback restrictions for BD-ROM
Mark and/or BD+ protected contents. To obtain
additional information on AACS, BD-ROM Mark,
BD+, or this product, please contact an authorized
Customer Service Centre.
• Many BD-ROM/DVD discs are encoded with
copy protection. Because of this, you should only
connect your player directly to your TV, not to a
VCR. Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted
picture from copy-protected discs.
• Under the U.S. Copyright laws and Copyright
laws of other countries, unauthorized recording,
use, display, distribution, or revision of television
programs, videotapes, BD-ROM discs, DVDs, CDs
and other materials may subject you to civil and/
or criminal liability.
Important Notice for TV colour system
The colour system of this player differs according to
currently playing discs.
For example, when the player plays the disc recorded
in the NTSC colour system, the image is output as an
NTSC signal.
Only the multi system colour TV can receive all
signals output from the player.
yy If you have a PAL colour system TV, you will see
just distorted images when using discs or video
contents recorded in NTSC.
yy The multi system colour TV changes the colour
system automatically according to input signals.
In case that the colour system is not changed
automatically, turn it off and then on to see
normal images on screen.
yy Even if the disc recorded in NTSC colour system
are well displayed on your TV, these may not be
recorded correctly on your recorder.
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Safety Information
• Because AACS (Advanced Access Content System)
is approved as content protection system for BD
format, similar to use of CSS (Content Scramble
System) for DVD format, certain restrictions are
imposed on playback, analogue signal output,
etc., of AACS protected contents. The operation of
this product and restrictions on this product may
vary depending on your time of purchase as those
restrictions may be adopted and/or changed by
AACS after the production of this product.
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Contents
Contents
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2
Safety Information
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3
2
Preparation
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6
7
Cautions and Warnings
Introduction
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Installation
14
Connections to Your TV
14
Satellite Antenna
connection
15
Satellite Setting
17
HDMI Connection
18
Component Video
Connection
18
Composite connection
19
Scart connection
19
Resolution Setting
20
Connecting to an Amplifier
20
Connecting to an Amplifier
via HDMI Output
8
About the “ ” Symbol
Display
21
8
Symbols Used in this
Manual
Connecting to an Amplifier
via Digital Audio Output
21
8
Supplied Accesorries
Connecting to an Amplifier
via 2 Channel Audio Output
9
Playable Discs
22
Connecting to your Home Network
10
File compatibility
11
Regional Code
11
AVCHD (Advanced Video
Codec High Definition)
11
System Requirements
11
Compatibility Notes
12
Remote control
13
Main Unit
22
Wired network connection
23
Wired Network Setup
24
Wireless Network
Connection
24
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Wireless Network Setup
USB device connection
Playback content in the
USB device
29
Auto Set UP
30
Home Menu Overview
31
Settings
31
Adjust the Setup Settings
31
Satellite Setting
31
Editing Programme List
(Channel Edit)
32
Setting the Country
32
Setting the DTV Lock
32
Adjusting DTV Rating
Contents
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Setting the Timeshift
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[DTV] Menu
34
[DISPLAY] Menu
35
[LANGUAGE] Menu
83
General
38
[LOCK] Menu
84
Picture
39
[NETWORK] Menu
84
Sound
[OTHERS] Menu
85
Network
86
Recording
39
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Troubleshooting
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2
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Operation
42
Using the Digital TV functions
47
Recording TV programmes
49
General Playback
55
Advanced Playback
58
On-Screen Display
61
Copying
65
Enjoying BD-LIVE
66
Playing a movie file and VR disc
67
Viewing a photo
70
Listening to music
75
Playing content via your home
network
80
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Using the NetCast
Appendix
87
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81
Notes on Discs
81
Handling the Unit
82
About the internal hard disk
drive
Setting up the remote to
control your TV
Area Code List
89
Language code List
90
Trademarks and Licenses
92
Network Software Update
94
Audio Output Specifications
97
Specifications
97
General
97
TV Recording
97
Connectors
98
Maintenance
Controlling a TV with the Supplied
Remote Control
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System
Important Information Relating to
Network Services
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Preparation
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Preparation
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Introduction
MUSIC
Preparation
MUSIC-N
About the “ ” Symbol Display
“ ” may appear on your TV display during
operation and indicates that the function
explained in this owner’s manual is not
available on that specific media.
Symbols Used in this Manual
NOTE
Indicates special notes and operating features.
CAUTION
Indicates caution for preventing possible
damages from abuse.
A section whose title has one of the following
symbols are applicable only to the disc
represented by the symbol.
BD
BD-ROM disc
DVD
DVD-Video, DVD±R/RW in
Video mode or VR mode and
finalized
AVCHD
DVD±R/RW in AVCHD format
ACD
Audio CDs
MOVIE
MOVIE-N
Movie files contained in the
Disc/USB/HDD
Movie files in the DLNA server
or PC
Music files contained in the
Disc/USB/HDD
Music files in the DLNA server
or PC
PHOTO
Photo files contained in the
DLNA server, PC or Disc
REC
Titles recorded via this unit
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Playable Discs
Blu-ray Disc
-- Discs such as movies that can
be purchased or rented.
-- BD-R/RE discs that contain
Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD±R (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
-- Video mode and finalized only
-- Supports the dual layer disc
also
-- Finalized AVCHD format
-- DVD±R discs that contain
Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD-RW (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
-- VR mode, Video mode and
finalized only
-- Finalized AVCHD format
-- DVD-RW discs that contain
Movie, Music or Photo files.
DVD+RW (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
-- Video mode and finalized only
-- Finalized AVCHD format
-- DVD+RW discs that contain
Movie, Music or Photo files.
Audio CD (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
CD-R/RW (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
-- CD-R/RW discs that contain
audio titles, Movie, Music or
Photo files.
NOTE
• Depending on the conditions of the recording
equipment or the CD-R/RW (or DVD-R/RW)
disc itself, some CD-R/RW (or DVD±R/RW) discs
cannot be played on the unit.
• Depending on the recording software & the
finalization, some of recorded discs (CD-R/RW or
DVD±R/RW) may not be playable.
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• BD-R/RE, DVD±R/RW and CD-R/RW discs
recorded using a personal computer or a DVD or
CD Recorder may not play if the disc is damaged
or dirty, or if there is dirt or condensation on the
player’s lens.
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DVD-VIDEO (8 cm / 12 cm disc)
Discs such as movies that can be
purchased or rented.
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• If you record a disc using a personal computer,
even if it is recorded in a compatible format,
there are cases in which it may not play because
of the settings of the application software used
to create the disc. (Check with the software
publisher for more detailed information.)
• This unit requires discs and recordings to meet
certain technical standards in order to achieve
optimal playback quality.
• Pre-recorded DVDs are automatically set to
these standards. There are many different
types of recordable disc formats (including
CD-R containing MP3 or WMA files) and these
require certain pre-existing conditions to ensure
compatible playback.
• Hybrid disc have both BD-ROM and DVD (or CD)
layers on one side. On such discs, BD-ROM layer
will be only played back in this player.
• Customers should note that permission is
required in order to download MP3 / WMA files
and music from the Internet. Our company has
no right to grant such permission. Permission
should always be obtained from / guaranteed
by the copyright owner.
• You have to set the disc format option
to [Mastered] in order to make the discs
compatible with the LG players when formatting
rewritable discs. If you set the option to “Live
System”, the disc cannot be played on LG player.
(Mastered/Live File System : Disc format system
for windows Vista)
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File compatibility
NOTE
Overall
• HD movie files contained on the CD or USB
1.0/1.1 may not be played properly. BD, DVD
or USB 2.0 are recommended to play back HD
movie files.
Available File extensions: “.jpg”, “.jpeg”, “.png”,
“.avi”, “.divx”, “.mpg”, “.mpeg”, “.mkv”, “.mp4”, “.mp3”,
“.wma”, “.ts”
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There could be a variance on the available
file extensions depending on DLNA server.
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The file name is limited to 180 characters.
• This player supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC profile
Main, High at Level 4.1. For a file with higher
level, there will be an warning message on the
screen.
Preparation
• This player does not support the file that are
recorded with GMC*1 or Qpel*2. Those are video
encoding techniques in MPEG4 standard, like
DivX or XVID.
•
Depending on the size and number of the
files, it may take several minutes to read the
contents on the media.
Maximum Files/Folder: Less than 2000 (total
number of files and folders)
CD-R/RW, DVD±R/RW, BD-R/RE Format:
ISO 9660+JOLIET, UDF and UDF Bridge format
*1 GMC – Global Motion Compensation
*2 Qpel ­– Quarter pixel
• HD movie files that need high performance
playback could react slowly.
• The total playback time indicated on the screen
may not be correct for .ts files.
MOVIE
Available resolution: 1920 x 1080 (W x H)
pixels
Playable subtitle: SubRip (.srt / .txt), SAMI
(.smi), SubStation Alpha (.ssa/.txt), MicroDVD
(.sub/.txt), VobSub (.sub), SubViewer 1.0 (.sub),
SubViewer 2.0 (.sub/.txt), DVD Subtitle System
(.txt)
Playable Codec format: “DIVX3.xx”, “DIVX4.
xx”, “DIVX5.xx”, “XVID”, “DIVX6.xx” (Standard
playback only), H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, DIVX-HD,
MPEG1 SS, MPEG2 PS, MPEG2 TS
Playable Audio format: “Dolby Digital”, “DTS”,
“MP3”, “WMA”, “AAC”, “AC3”
Not all the WMA and AAC Audio formats are
compatible with this unit.
Sampling frequency: within 32-48KHz (WMA),
within 16-48KHz (MP3)
Bit rate: within 20-320Kbps (WMA), within
32-320Kbps (MP3)
MUSIC
Sampling frequency: within 8 - 48KHz (WMA),
within 11 - 48KHz (MP3), 44.1 and 48KHz
(LPCM)
Bit rate: within 8 - 320 kbps (WMA, MP3),
768Kbps and 1.536Mbps (LPCM)
NOTE
• This unit cannot support the ID3 Tag embedded
MP3 file.
•
• The total playback time indicated on the screen
may not be correct for VBR files.
PHOTO
Recommended size:
Less than 4,000 x 3,000 x 24 bit/pixel
Less than 3,000 x 3,000 x 32 bit/pixel
•
Progressive and lossless compression photo
image files are not supported.
•
Depending on the size and number of the
photo files, it may take several minutes to
read the contents of the media.
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Regional Code
This unit has a regional code printed on the
rear of the unit. This unit can play only BD-ROM
or DVD discs labelled same as the rear of the
unit or “ALL”.
AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec
High Definition)
This player can playback AVCHD format
discs. These discs are normally recorded and
used in camcorders.
•
The AVCHD format is a high definition
digital video camera format.
•
The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is capable
of compressing images at higher efficiency
than the conventional image compressing
format.
•
Some AVCHD discs use the “x.v.Color”
format.
•
This player can playback AVCHD discs using
“x.v.Color” format.
•
Some AVCHD format discs may not be
played, depending on the recording
condition.
•
AVCHD format discs need to be finalized.
•
“x.v.Color” offers a wider colour range than
normal DVD camcorder discs.
System Requirements
For high definition video playback:
•
High definition display that has
COMPONENT or HDMI input jacks.
•
BD-ROM disc with high definition content.
•
HDMI or HDCP capable DVI input on your
display device is required for some content
(as specified by disc authors).
•
For up-conversion of standard definition
DVD, a HDMI or HDCP capable DVI input
on your display device is required for copyprotected content.
For Dolby® Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTSHD multi-channel audio playback:
•
An amplifier/receiver with a built-in (Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD,
DTS or DTS-HD) decoder.
•
Main, centre, surround speakers and
subwoofer as necessary for chosen format.
Compatibility Notes
•
Because BD-ROM is a new format, the can
be issues regarding certain disc, digital
connection and other compatibility issues.
If you experience compatibility problems,
please contact an authorized Customer
Service Center.
•
Viewing high-definition content and upconverting standard DVD content may
require a HDMI-capable input or HDCPcapable DVI input on your display device.
•
Some BD-ROM and DVD discs may restrict
the use of some operation commands or
features.
•
Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTSHD are supported with maximum 7.1
channels if you use HDMI connection as the
audio output.
•
You can use a USB device that is used
to store some disc related information,
including downloaded on-line content. The
disc you are using will control how long this
information is retained.
•
While watching 3D contents, on-screen
displayed may not be displayed properly.
To display proper on-screen display, turn off
3D mode on TV.
For CI+ CAM, It takes more than 3 minutes to
authenticate at the first time.
If you are using more 2 CI+ CAM, there could
be a failure in authentication when you change
CI+ CAM, (It is a normal operation).
Please insert CAM again when the failure is
occurred.
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Remote control
OPEN/
CLOSE
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CLEAR
GUIDE
REC.
TIMER
REC.
• • • • • • a• • • • • • 1 (Power): Switches the unit ON
or OFF.
MUTE ( ): Mutes the sound.
OPEN/CLOSE (Z): Opens and
closes the disc tray.
0-9 numerical buttons: Selects
numbered options in a menu.
CLEAR: Removes a mark on the
search menu or a number when
setting the password.
REPEAT: Repeats a desired section
or sequence.
TV/RADIO: Switches between TV
and radio modes.
• • • • • • b• • • • • • DISC MENU
REC.LIST
MARKER
SEARCH
TEXT
SUBTITLE
AV/INPUT
ZOOM
VOL
PR
VOL
PR
./>: Goes to next or
previous chapter/track/file.
m/M: Searches backward or
forward.
x : Stops playback.
B : Starts playback.
X : Pauses playback or recording.
TIME SHIFT: Activates pause live
TV/playback (timeshift) for a live TV
programme.
• • • • • • c• • • • • • Battery Installation
Remove the battery cover
on the rear of the Remote
Control, and insert two R03
(size AAA) batteries with
and matched correctly.
GUIDE: Displays the EPG menu.
PR (U/u): Scans up or down
through memorized programmes.
REC. (z): Starts recording.
PR LIST: Displays the Channel list.
TIMER REC.: Displays [Timer
Recording] menu.
HOME ( ): Accesses or removes
the HOME menu.
MUSIC ID( ): When the player
is connected to the network, it
can provide information about
the song played during movie
playback..
INFO/DISPLAY ( ): Displays or
exits On-Screen Display.
U/u/I/i (left/right/up/down):
Navigates on-screen displays.
ENTER ( ): Acknowledges menu
selection or displays the TV info.
RETURN (O): Exits the menu or
back to previous step.
TITLE/POPUP: Displays the DVD
title menu or BD-ROM’s popup
menu, if available.
DISC MENU/REC.LIST: Accesses
menu on a disc or switches
between recording list menu.
• • • • • • d• • • • • • Coloured (R, G, Y, B) buttons:
Use to navigate BD-ROM menus.
They are also used for [DTV],
[MOVIE], [PHOTO], [MUSIC],
[Home Link] and [NetCast]
menu.
MARKER: Marks any point during
playback.
SEARCH: Displays or exits the
search menu.
ZOOM: Displays or exits the
[Zoom] menu.
TEXT: Switches between teletext
mode and normal TV viewing.
SUBTITLE: Selects a subtitle
language.
EXIT: Exits a menu or hides onscreen information.
TV Control Buttons: See page 87.
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Main Unit
WIRELESS
2
k
a 1 (Power)
g z (Recording)
b Disc Tray
h lII/iil (Skip)/PROG.(V/v)
c Remote Sensor
i Z (Open/Close)
d Display window
j USB Port
e ill (Play/Pause)
k COMMON INTERFACE(CI or CI+) SLOT
Slot for external Conditional Access (CA)module and smart card used to decode
scrambled channels. This device works
with CI or CI+ CAM.
RF
f s (Stop)
j
a RF ANTENNA IN
Connects a satellite antenna cable.
b LAN port
c HDMI OUT (1080p)
d DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL)
e 2CH AUDIO OUT (Left/Right)
f VIDEO OUT
g TO TV (SCART Jack)
h AC IN connector
Connects the supplied power cord.
i RF ANTENNA OUT (TO TV)
Connects another digital satellite receiver.
j COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y PB PR)
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Installation
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Installation
Connections to Your
TV
•
Antenna connection (page 14)
•
HDMI connection (page 17)
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Component Video connection (page 18)
•
Composite connection (page 18)
•
Scart connection (page 19)
Antenna Connection
Satellite
antenna
Satellite antenna
RF
Installation
Make one of the following connections,
depending on the capabilities of your existing
equipment.
Connect the Satellite antenna to the RF
ANTENNA IN jack on the unit. Connect one end
of the RF cable to RF ANTENNA OUT(TO TV)
jack on the unit and other end to RF ANTENNA
IN jack on your TV. Passes the signal from the
RF ANTENNA IN jack to your TV/monitor.
Rear of
this
unitunit
Rear
of this
RF
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Satellite Antenna connection
NOTE
• Depending on your TV and other equipment
you wish to connect, there are various ways
you could connect the unit. Use only one of the
connections described in this manual.
• Please refer to the manuals of your TV, Stereo
System or other devices as necessary to make
the best connections.
• Make sure the player is connected directly to
the TV. Tune the TV to the correct video input
channel.
• Do not connect the player’s AUDIO OUT jack to
the phono in jack (record player) of your audio
system.
• Do not connect your player via your VCR. The
image could be distorted by the copy protection
system.
RF Cable
RF
TV
TV
Installation
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Satellite Setting
Once you have completed setting the digital
receiver to your individual preferences, you can
proceed, if necessary, to adjust the unit settings
to your antenna. The menu [Satellite Setting]
contains the satellites that have been selected
in the installation assistant. If the installation
assistant was interrupted, the satellite position
[Astra19.2E] is pre-programmed. Should you
wish to receive other satellites, or if you are
using a different type of LNB, you can adjust
your digital receiver to the appropriate data as
follows:.
1. Select [Satellite Setting] option in the [DTV]
menu, then press ENTER ( ).
If you select [DiSEqC 1.2], you can set Motor
Driving Mode, Motor Move and Set Limit,
and if you select [USALS], you can set the
longitude and latitude and use u to select
[Go to position]; then motor will move to
your selelected satellite as calculating its
position.
NOTE
If you use USALS, you should know lines of
longitude and latitude at your location.
5. Use U/u to select the [Save] and press
ENTER ( ) to display the [Saved List] menu.
NOTE
If the [DTV Lock] option is set to [Lock], this
function is available when you enter the password
correctly. (page 32).
2. The [Satellite Setting] menu appear on the
screen. Use U/u to select the [Antenna
Setting] and then press ENTER ( ).
3. Use I/i to select a desired particular
satellite.
NOTE
If there isn’t LNB Frequency what you want in [LNB
Frequency], input LNB Frequency with numerical
buttons.
6. Use U/u/I/i to select the [Go To Tuning]
and press ENTER ( ).
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Antenna Setting
4. Select an item using U/u. If you know the
programmed [LNB Frequency], [22kHz
Tone], [DiSEqC], [LNB Power], [Transponder]
and [Motor], use I/i to select the desired.
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7. Select [Start] and press ENTER ( ) to begin
the channel search.
Use U/u to select a satellite check box and
press ENTER ( ) to select or deselect it.
2. Follow the steps 7-8 from “Antenna Setting”
on page 15-16.
Manual Tuning
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You can search All, FREE, CAS channels
individually. Press U, you can select Search
Type with I/i.
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All : All channels the satellite searches.
FREE: Free of charge channels.
CAS(Conditional Access System:
Pay channels.
Select [Stop] and press ENTER ( ) to stop
the channel search.
8. Press ENTER ( ).
NOTE
Please refer to the manuals of your TV, Stereo
System or other devices as necessary to make the
best connections.
All available satellite TV or radio programmes
are searched.
1. Use U/u to select the [Manual Tuning] and
press ENTER ( ).
2. Select an item using U/u and If you know
the programmed [Satellite], [Frequency],
[Polarization], [Symbol Rate], [Modulation],
[Network Search] and [Search Type],
use I/i to select the desired, Fill the
[Frequency] and [Symbol Rate] field using
numerical buttons.
3. Select [Start] and press ENTER ( ) to begin
the channel search.
Select [Stop] and press ENTER ( ) to stop
the channel search.
4. Press ENTER ( ).
NOTE
Auto Tuning
All available satellite TV or radio programmes
are searched.
1. Use U/u to select the [Auto Tuning] and
press ENTER ( ).
• Select [Stop] and press ENTER (
network search.
) to stop the
• If you set this option to [On], the unit will search
available transponders through network.
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HDMI Connection
NOTE
If you have a HDMI TV or monitor, you can
connect it to this unit using a HDMI cable (Type
A, High Speed HDMI™ Cable). Connect the HDMI
jack on the unit to the HDMI jack on a HDMI
compatible TV or monitor.
• If a connected HDMI device does not accept
the audio output of the unit, the HDMI device’s
audio sound may be distorted or may not
output.
• When you use HDMI connection, you can
change the resolution for the HDMI output.
(Refer to “Resolution Setting” on page 19.)
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• Select the type of video output from the HDMI
OUT jack using [HDMI Color Setting] option on
the [Setup] menu (see page 35).
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• When the HDMI connection with HDCP is not
verified, TV screen is changed to black screen.
In this case, check the the HDMI connection, or
disconnect the HDMI cable.
• If there is noise or lines on the screen, please
check the HDMI cable (length is generally
limited to 4.5m).
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Additional Information for HDMI
•
When you connect a HDMI or DVI
compatible device make sure of the
following:
-- Try switching off the HDMI/DVI device
and this player. Next, switch on the
HDMI/DVI device and leave it for around
30 seconds, then switch on this player.
-- The connected device’s video input is set
correctly for this unit.
-- The connected device is compatible with
720x576p, 1280x720p, 1920x1080i or
1920x1080p video input.
•
Not all HDCP-compatible HDMI or DVI
devices will work with this player.
-- The picture will not be displayed properly
with non-HDCP device.
-- This player does not playback and TV
screen is changed to black screen.
Set the TV’s source to HDMI (refer to TV’s
Owner’s manual).
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• Changing the resolution when the connection
has already been established may result in
malfunctions. To solve the problem, turn off the
player and then turn it on again.
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Component Video Connection
Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
on the unit to the corresponding input jacks
on the TV using Y PB PR cables. Connect the left
and right AUDIO OUT jacks of the unit to the
audio left and right IN jacks on the TV using
the audio cables.
Component Connection
NOTE
When you use COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
connection, you can change the resolution for the
output. (Refer to “Resolution setting” on page 19.)
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Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on the Recorder
to the video in jack on the TV using the video
cable supplied. Connect the Left and Right
AUDIO OUT jacks on the Recorder to the audio
left/right in jacks on the TV using the supplied
audio cables.
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Scart connection
Resolution Setting
Connect one end of the scart cable into the
TO TV SCART jack on the unit and other end to
the corresponding in jack on your TV. You can
get Audio and Video signals together with this
connection.
The player provides several output resolutions
for HDMI OUT and COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks. You can change the resolution using
[Setup] menu.
1. Press HOME (
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2. Use I/i to select the [Setup] and press
ENTER ( ). The [Setup] menu appears.
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4. Use I/i to select the [Resolution] option
then press ENTER ( ) to move to the third
level.
5. Use U/u to select the desired resolution
then press ENTER ( ) to confirm your
selection.
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3. Use U/u to select [DISPLAY] option then
press i to move to the second level.
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Connecting to an
Amplifier
Make one of the following connections,
depending on the capabilities of your existing
equipment.
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HDMI Audio connection (page 20)
•
Digital Audio connection (page 21)
•
2CH Analogue Audio connection (page 21)
Connecting to an Amplifier via
HDMI Output
Connect the player’s HDMI OUT jack to the
corresponding in jack on your amplifier using
a HDMI cable. You will need to activate the
player’s digital output. (See “[AUDIO] Menu” on
pages 36-37.)
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Since many factors affect the type of audio
output, see “Audio Output Specifications” for
details (pages 94-95).
About Digital Multi-channel sound
A digital multi-channel connection provides
the best sound quality. For this, you need
a multi-channel Audio/Video Receiver that
supports one or more of the audio formats
supported by your unit. Check the receiver
manual and the logos on the front of the
receiver. (PCM Stereo, PCM Multi-Ch, Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS
and/or DTS-HD)
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Connect the amplifier’s HDMI output jack to
HDMI input jack on your TV using a HDMI cable
if your amplifier has HDMI output jack.
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Connecting to an Amplifier via
Digital Audio Output
Connecting to an Amplifier via
2 Channel Audio Output
Connect the player’s DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL) jack to the corresponding in jack
(COAXIAL) on your amplifier.
Use an optional digital (coaxial) audio cable.
You will need to activate the unit’s digital
output. (See “[AUDIO] Menu” on page 36-37.)
Connect the Left and Right 2CH AUDIO OUT
jacks on the unit to the audio left and right
in jacks on your amplifier, receiver, or stereo
system, using audio cables.
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Audio Cable
Coaxial Cable
Amplifier/Receiver
Amplifier/Receiver
Amplifier/Receiver
Amplifier/Receiver
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Connecting to your
Home Network
This unit can be connected to a local area
network (LAN) via the LAN port on the rear
panel or the internal wireless module.
By connecting the unit to a broadband home
network, you have access to services such
as software updates, Home Link, BD-Live
interactivity and streaming services.
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Service
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Wired network connection
Using a wired network provides the best
performance, because the attached devices
connect directly to the network and are not
subject to radio frequency interference.
Please refer to the documentation for your
network device for further instructions.
Connect the player’s LAN port to the
corresponding port on your Modem or Router
using a commercially available LAN or Ethernet
cable (CAT5 or better with RJ45 connector).
In the example configuration for wired
connection below, this player would be able to
access content from either of the PCs.
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PC
LAN 3
LAN Cable
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Wired Network Connection
• When plugging or unplugging the LAN cable,
hold the plug portion of the cable. When
unplugging, do not pull on the LAN cable but
unplug while pressing down on the lock.
• Do not connect a modular phone cable to the
LAN port.
• Since there are various connection
configurations, please follow the specifications
of your telecommunication carrier or internet
service provider.
• If you want to access content from PCs or DLNA
servers, this unit must be connected to the same
local area network with them via a router.
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Wired Network Setup
If there is a DHCP server on the local area
network (LAN) via wired connection, this player
will automatically be allocated an IP address.
After making the physical connection, a small
number of home networks may require the
player’s network setting to be adjusted. Adjust
the [NETWORK] setting as follow.
Preparation
Before setting the wired network, you need to
connect the broadband internet to your home
network.
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you
want to set the IP address manually, select [Static]
then set [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], [Gateway]
and [DNS Server] using U/u/I/i and numerical
buttons. If you make a mistake while entering a
number, press CLEAR to clear the highlighted part.
5. Select [OK] and press ENTER ( ) to apply
network settings.
6. The player will ask you to test the network
connection. Select [OK] and press ENTER
( ) to complete the network connection.
2. The [Connection Setting] menu will appear
on the screen. Use U/u to select the [Wired]
and press ENTER ( ).
3. Select [Yes] and press ENTER ( ) to
continue. The new connection settings
reset the current network settings.
4. Use U/u/I/i to select the IP mode
between [Dynamic] and [Static].
Normally, select [Dynamic] to allocate an IP
address automatically.
7. If you select [Test] and press ENTER
( ) at step 5 above, the network
connection status is displayed on the
screen.
You can also test it on the [Connection
Status] in the [Setup] menu.
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1. Select [Connection Setting] option in the
[Setup] menu then press ENTER ( ).
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Wireless Network Connection
Another connection option is to use an Access
Point or an wireless router. In the example
configuration for wireless connection below,
this unit would be able to access content from
either of the PCs.
The network configuration and connection
method may vary depending on the
equipment in use and the network
environment.
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This player is equipped with an IEEE 802.11n
(2.4 GHz band only) wireless module, which
also supports the 802.11b/g standards. For the
best wireless performance, we recommend
using a IEEE 802.11n certified Wi-Fi network
(access point or wireless router).
Available WiFi standards:
802.11b / 802.11g / 802.11n (single-band
2.4 GHz)
Wireless Network Connection
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Refer to the setup instructions supplied with
your access point or wireless router for detailed
connection steps and network settings.
NOTE
Wired internet connection is strongly
recommended. Using the [My Media] features,
network update and video streaming services
(such as YouTube Videos) with wireless network
can be affected by household devices using radio
frequencies.
Wireless Network Setup
For the wireless network connection, the
player needs to be set up for network
communication. This adjustment can be done
from the [Setup] menu. Adjust the [NETWORK]
setting as follows. Setting up the access
point or the wireless router is required before
connecting the player to the network.
Preparation
Before setting the wireless network, you need
to:
-- ­connect the broadband internet to the
wireless home network.
-- ­set the access point or wireless router.
-- ­note the SSID and security code of the
network.
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Wireless
Communication
PC
Access Point or
Wireless Router
WAN
Broadband
service
1. Select [Connection Setting] option in the
[Setup] menu then press ENTER ( ).
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2. The [Connection Setting] menu appear on
the screen. Use U/u to select [Wireless] and
press ENTER ( ).
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NOTE
• WEP security mode generally have 4 keys
available on an access point or wireless router’s
setting. If your access point or wireless router
uses WEP security, enter the security code of the
key “No.1” to connect on your home network.
• An Access Point is a device that allows you to
connect to your home network wirelessly.
3. Select [Yes] and press ENTER ( ) to
continue. The new connection settings
reset the current network settings.
[Push Button] – If your access point or
wireless router supports the Push Button
Configuration method, select this option
and press the Push Button on your access
point or wireless router within 120 counts.
You do not need to know the access point
name (SSID) and security code of your
access point or wireless router.
5. Use U/u/I/i to select the IP mode
between [Dynamic] and [Static].
Normally, select [Dynamic] to allocate an IP
address automatically.
NOTE
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you
want to set the IP address manually, select [Static]
then set [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], [Gateway]
and [DNS Server] using U/u/I/i and numerical
buttons. If you make a mistake while entering a
number, press CLEAR to clear the highlighted part.
If you have security on your access point
or wireless router, verify that the WEP or
WPA key that was entered into the player
matches the router’s information exactly.
You need to input the security code as
necessary.
6. Select [OK] and press ENTER ( ) to apply
network settings.
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4. The player scans all available access points
or wireless routers within range and displays
them as a list. Use U/u to select an access
point or wireless router on the list, and then
press ENTER ( ).
[Manual] – Your access point may not
be broadcasting its access point name
(SSID). Check your router settings through
your computer and either set your router
to broadcast SSID, or manually enter the
access point name (SSID) in [Manual].
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7. The player will ask you to test the network
connection. Select [OK] and press ENTER
( ) to complete the network connection.
8. If you select [Test] and press ENTER ( )
at step 7 above, the network connection
status is displayed on the screen.
You can also test it on the [Connection
Status] in the [Setup] menu.
•
Even if the player is properly connect and
configured, some internet content may
not operate properly because of internet
congestion, the quality or bandwidth of
your internet service, or problems at the
provider of the content.
•
Some internet connection operations may
not be possible due to certain restrictions
set by the Internet service provider (ISP)
supplying your broadband Internet
connection.
•
Any fees charged by an ISP including,
without limitation, connection charges are
your responsibility.
•
A 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is
required for wired connection to this player.
If your internet service does not allow for
such a connection, you will not be able to
connect the player.
•
You must use a Router to use xDSL service.
•
A DSL modem is required to use DSL service
and a cable modem is required to use cable
modem service. Depending on the access
method of and subscriber agreement with
your ISP, you may not be able to use the
internet connection feature contained in
this player or you may be limited to the
number of devices you can connect at the
same time. (If your ISP limits subscription
to one device, this player may not be
allowed to connect when a PC is already
connected.)
•
The use of a “Router” may not be allowed
or its usage may be limited depending on
the policies and restrictions of your ISP. For
details, contact your ISP directly.
•
The wireless network operate at 2.4GHz
radio frequencies that are also used by
other household devices such as cordless
telephone, Bluetooth® devices, microwave
oven, and can be affected by interference
from them.
Notes on Network Connection:
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Many network connection problems during
set up can often be fixed by re-setting the
router or modem. After connecting the
player to the home network, quickly power
off and/or disconnect the power cable of
the home network router or cable modem.
Then power on and/or connect the power
cable again.
Depending on the internet service provider
(ISP), the number of devices that can
receive internet service may be limited by
the applicable terms of service. For details,
contact your ISP.
•
Our company is not responsible for
any malfunction of the player and/or
the internet connection feature due to
communication errors/malfunctions
associated with your broadband internet
connection, or other connected equipment.
•
The features of BD-ROM discs made
available through the Internet Connection
feature are not created or provided
by our company, and our company is
not responsible for their functionality
or continued availability. Some disc
related material available by the Internet
Connection may not be compatible with
this player. If you have questions about such
content, please contact the producer of the
disc.
•
Some internet content may require a higher
bandwidth connection.
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USB device
connection
Turn off all unused network equipment in
your local home network. Some devices
may generate network traffic.
•
For the purpose of the better reception,
place the player as close as possible to the
access point.
•
In some instances, placing the access point
or wireless router at least 0.45 m above the
floor may improve the reception.
This unit can play movie, music and photo files
contained on a USB device.
•
Move closer to the access point if possible
or re-orient the player so there is nothing
between it and the access point.
Playback content in the USB
device
•
The reception quality over wireless depends
on many factors such as type of the access
point, distance between the player and
access point, and the location of the player.
1. Insert a USB device into the USB port until it
fits into place.
Set your access point or wireless router to
Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc mode is not
supported.
USB device connection
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2. Press HOME (
).
3. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using I/
i, and press ENTER ( ).
4. Select the [USB] option using I/i, and
press ENTER ( ).
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NOTE
• This unit supports USB flash memory/external
HDD formatted in FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS when
accessing files (music, photo, movie). However,
for BD-Live, only FAT16 and FAT32 formats are
supported. The USB device can be used for local
storage for enjoying BD-Live discs from the
Internet.
5. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press PLAY
or ENTER ( ) to play the file.
•
Please use the Internal HDD or USB flash
memory/external HDD formatted in either FAT16
or FAT32 when using BD-Live.
• This unit can support up to 4 partitions of the
USB device.
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• Do not extract the USB device during operation
(play, recording, etc.).
• A USB device which requires additional
programme installation when you have
connected it to a computer, is not supported.
• USB device: USB device that supports USB1.1
and USB2.0.
6. Withdraw the USB device carefully.
• Movie, Music and photo files can be played.
For details of operations on each file, refer to
relevant pages.
• Regular back up is recommended to prevent
data loss.
• If you use a USB extension cable or USB HUB, the
USB device may not be recognized.
• Some USB device may not work with this unit.
• Digital camera and mobile phone are not
supported.
• The USB Port on this unit cannot be connected
to a PC. The unit cannot be used as a storage
device.
• Unformatted storage must be used after
formatting.
• If USB HDD cannot be recognized, try another
different USB cable.
• Some USB cables may not supply enough
current for normal USB operation.
• Files over 4GB are supported with NTFS format.
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3. If you want to set the additional satellite
setting, select [Detail Setting] on the menu.
You can set the satellite option, also add the
satellites that you want to search.
You can reset the recorder to all its factory
settings. Some options cannot be reset (Rating
and Password). The [Factory Set] menu appears
on the screen after the factory settings.
Step 1. Language Setting
1. Use U/u/I/i to select a language for the
on-screen display, and press ENTER( ).
Detail Setting
Refer to Step 3-5 of “Satellite Setting” on
page 15.
4. While the Start option is selected, and press
ENTER( ) to begin the channel search.
Step 2. Channel Setting
1. Use U/u/I/i to select a country, and press
ENTER ( ).
The recorder automatically searches for and
saves the programmes.
If you select [Stop], the [Channel Setting]
function will be skipped.
5. Press ENTER ( ).
2. Input the new password using numerical
buttons. Enter it again to verify.
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[Search type]
Refer to Step 7 of “Satellite Setting” on page
16.
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Step 3. Time Setting
1. Use I/i to select an option among
[Manual] or [Auto], and press ENTER ( ).
Home Menu Overview
To access numerous functions of the unit, press
HOME on the remote.
Basic button operations
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Auto: Set the programme that broadcasts
a clock signal and the clock will be set
automatically.
If the time that has automatically set is not
correct comparing your local time, you can
set additional time option.
Manual: If there is no channel that
broadcasts a clock signal in your area, you
can set the time and date manually. Use
U/u to select each field, and input correct
time and date using I/i. You can use
numerical buttons to change the setting.
2. Press ENTER ( ) to complete the Time
setting.
Step 4. Network Setting
1. Refer to “Wired network connection” on
page 22-23 to complete the [Wired] setup
option, and press ENTER ( ).
Select [No] and press ENTER ( ) to cancel.
2. Refer to “Wireless network connection”
on page 24-26 to complete the [Wireless]
option, and press ENTER ( ).
Select [Cancel] and press ENTER ( ) to
cancel.This recorder can apply only one
network setup between [Wired] and
[Wireless]. If you already set the [Wired] at
step 6, you do not need to set [Wireless]
setting.
HOME ( ): Accesses or removes the Home
Menu.
U/u/I/i: Used to navigate on-screen displays.
ENTER ( ): Acknowledges menu selection.
RETURN (O): Exits the menu.
DTV
You can watch digital broadcasts. (Page 4249)
Movie
Starts video media’s playback or displays
the [MOVIE] menu.
Photo
Displays [PHOTO] menu. (Page 67-69)
Music
Displays [MUSIC] menu. (Page 70-74)
Home Link
Displays and play the shared contents from
the selected server or PC. (Page 75-79)
Netcast
Shows YouTube videos, Picasa Web Albums
and Accu Weather streamed from the
Youtube server via the internet to your TV.
(Page 80)
Setup
Displays [Setup] menu. (Page 31-41)
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Settings
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Satellite Setting
This recorder needs some settings in advance
for satellite antenna (see pages 15-16).
Adjust the Setup Settings
You can change the settings of the player in
the [Setup] menu.
1. Press HOME (
).
2. Use I/i to select [Setup] and press ENTER
( ). The [Setup] menu appears.
Editing Programme List
(Channel Edit)
You can remove any digital TV or radio stored
on this recorder using the [Channel Edit] menu.
1. Display [Setup] menu.
2. Use U/u to select [DTV], and press ENTER
( ).
3. Use U/u to select the first setup option, and
press i to move to the second level.
4. Use U/u to select a second setup option,
and press ENTER ( ) to move to the third
level.
4. Press U to select [DTV], and use I/i to
select [DTV] or [Radio] programme list.
5. Use U/u/I/i to select a programme you
want to skip from the list, and press red
coloured (R) button.
If you do not want to skip the programme,
select the programme and press red
coloured (R) button again.
Use U/u/I/i to select a programme you
want to lock from the list, and press blue
coloured (B) button.
5. Use U/u to select a desired setting, and
press ENTER ( ) to confirm your selection.
if you do not want to lock the programme,
select the programme and press blue
coloured (B) button again.
6. Press RETURN (O) to return to the previous
step.
skip : if the programme is assigned to skip,
you can’t select that programme with PR
button in Remote control.
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3. Use U/u/I/i to select [Channel Edit] and
press ENTER ( ).
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Block/unblock : if the programme is
assigned to block and [DTV Lock] in the
[Setup] menu is set to [Lock], you should enter
the password to watch the programme.
Adjusting DTV Rating
Viewing of some digital TV programmes can
be limited according to the age limit you set.
1. Display [Setup] menu.
Setting the Country
You can choice the country where you operate
this unit.
1. Display [Setup] menu.
2. Use U/u to select [DTV], and press ENTER
( ).
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3. Use U/u to select [Country] and press
ENTER ( ).
2. Use U/u to select [LOCK] and press ENTER
( ).
3. Use U/u to select [DTV Rating] and press
ENTER ( ).
4. Input the password using numerical
buttons.
If you have not set your password yet, input
and press ENTER ( ).
4. Use U/u to select a country, and press
ENTER ( ).
Setting the DTV Lock
Allows you to activate or deactivate all of the
lock schemes previously set. When the [DTV
Lock] is set to [Unlock].
1. Display [Setup] menu.
2. Use U/u/I/i to select [LOCK] and press
ENTER ( ).
3. Use U/u to select [DTV Lock] and press
ENTER ( ).
4. Input the password using numerical
buttons.
If you have not set your password yet, input
“1234” and press ENTER ( ).
5. Use U/u to select the [Lock] and press
ENTER ( ) to activate the DTV Lock.
5. Use U/u to set the limitation level and press
ENTER ( ).
Unlock
You can view all programs.
4 (Kids) - 18 (Adult)
Rating [4 (Kids)] has the most restrictions
and [18 (Adult)] is the least restrictive.
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Setting the Timeshift
You can set the Time Shift function
automatically without pressing TIME SHIFT
button. The timeshift will start after Digital TV
tuner mode is started.
[DTV] Menu
Satellite Setting
2. Use U/u to select [DTV], and press ENTER
( ).
Once you have completed setting the digital
receiver to your individual preferences, you
can proceed, if necessary, to adjust the unit
settings to your antenna. Refer to page 15-16
for more information.
3. Use U/u to select [Timeshift] and press
ENTER ( ).
Channel Edit
1. Display [Setup] menu.
This option allows you to edit the TV or Radio
programmes. Refer to page 31 for more
information.
You can choice the country where you operate
this unit. Refer to page 32 for more information.
Timeshift
Set this option to [Auto] to use the Time Shift
function automatically without pressing TIME
SHIFT button. The timeshift will start after TV
viewing is started. Refer to page 33 for more
information.
CI Information
You can enjoy not only scramble services using
the Conditional Access Module (CAM), but also
Free-To-Air services. Different CAM supports
different encryption system. Contact your
service provider or distributor to obtain the
right kind of CAM. Only Free-To-Air services are
available without CAM. This option displays a
menu of CI card funtions. Consult your service
provider for more information on the functions
available. You must obtain a “CI or CI+ CAM”
from your service provider.
Software Auto Update
If you set this option to [On], the unit updates
a newer software automatically through the
built-in digital tuner If the software update is
available from the broadcaster.
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4. Use U/u to select the [Auto] or [Manual] to
apply timeshift.
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[DISPLAY] Menu
TV Aspect Ratio
Select a TV aspect ratio option according to
your TV type.
[4:3 Letter Box]
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays theatrical images with masking
bars above and below the picture.
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[4:3 Pan Scan]
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays pictures cropped to fill your TV
screen. Both sides of the picture are cut off.
[16:9 Original]
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected.
The 4:3 picture is displayed with an original
4:3 aspect ratio, with black bars appearing
at the left and right sides.
[16:9 Full]
Select when a 16:9 wide TV is connected.
The 4:3 picture is adjusted horizontally (in a
linear proportion) to fill the entire screen.
NOTE
You cannot select [4:3 Letter Box] and [4:3 Pan
Scan] option when the resolution is set to higher
than 720p.
Resolution
Sets the output resolution of the Component
and HDMI video signal. Refer to page 19 and
96 for details about the resolution setting.
[Auto]
If the HDMI OUT jack is connected to
TVs providing display information (EDID),
tis automatically selects the resolution
best suited to the connected TV. If the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT only is connected,
this changes the resolution to 1080i as
default resolution.
[1080p]
Outputs 1080 lines of progressive video.
[1080i]
Outputs 1080 lines of interlaced video.
[720p]
Outputs 720 lines of progressive video.
[576p]
Outputs 576 lines of progressive video.
[576i]
Outputs 576 lines of interlaced video.
1080p Display Mode
When the resolution is set to 1080p, select
[24 Hz] for smooth presentation of film material
(1080p/24 Hz) with a HDMI-equipped display
compatible with 1080p/24 Hz input.
NOTE
• When you select [24 Hz], you may experience
some picture disturbance when the video
switches video and film material. In this case,
select [50 Hz].
• Even when [1080p Display Mode] is set to
[24 Hz], if your TV is not compatible with
1080p/24 Hz, the actual frame frequency of the
video output will be 50 Hz or 60 Hz to match
the video source format.
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HDMI Color Setting
Select the type of output from the HDMI OUT
jack. For this setting, please refer to the manual
of your display device.
[YCbCr]
Select when connecting to a HDMI display
device.
[RGB]
Select when connecting to a DVI display
device.
Video Output Format
[YPbPr]
When your TV is connected to the
COMPONENT OUT jacks on the unit.
[RGB]
When your TV is connected to the SCART
(RGB signal) jack on the unit.
NOTE
This function is available only when the
[Resolution] is set to [576i].
3D Mode
Select the type of output mode for Blu-ray 3D
disc playback. Refer to page 55-56 for more
information about Blu-ray 3D disc.
[Off]
Blu-ray 3D disc playback will output as 2D
mode like a normal BD-ROM disc playback.
[On]
Blu-ray 3D disc playback will output as 3D
mode.
[LANGUAGE] Menu
Display Menu
Select a language for the [Setup] menu and
on-screen display.
Disc Menu/Disc Audio/Disc Subtitle
Select the language you prefer for the audio
track (disc audio), subtitles, and the disc menu.
[Original]
Refers to the original language in which the
disc was recorded.
[Other]
Press ENTER ( ) to select another language.
Use number buttons then press ENTER ( )
to enter the corresponding 4-digit number
according to the language code list on
page 89.
[Off] (Disc Subtitle only)
Turn off Subtitle.
NOTE
Depending on the disc, your language setting may
not work.
DTV Audio
Digital channels sometimes provide multiple
audio tracks, often in a different language
or format (Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital+,
AVC, Mpeg, etc.). You can set a default audio
language with this setting. If provided by the
broadcaster, you can also select a different
audio language while viewing TV by pressing
AUDIO repeatedly. (See “Selecting DTV audio
language” on page 43.)
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Select an option according to the TV
connection type.
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DTV Subtitle
Digital channels sometimes provide subtitle,
often in a different language. You can set a
preferred subtitle language with this setting, if
DTV subtitle are provided by the broadcaster.
Press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select a subtitle
language while viewing digital TV. (See
“Selecting DTV subtitle language” on page 44.)
[AUDIO] Menu
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Each disc has a variety of audio output options.
Set the player’s Audio options according to the
type of audio system you use.
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NOTE
Since many factors affect the type of audio output,
see “Audio Output Specifications” on page 94-95 for
details.
HDMI / Digital Output
Select the output sound format when a device
equipped with a HDMI or Digital Audio input
jack is connected to the HDMI OUT or DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT jack on this player.
[PCM Stereo]
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT
or DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack to a device with
two-channel digital stereo decoder.
[PCM Multi-Ch] (HDMI only)
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT
jack to a device with multi-channel digital
decoder.
[DTS Re-Encode]
Select if you connect this unit’s HDMI OUT
or DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack to a device with
DTS decoder.
[Primary Pass-Thru]
Select if you connect this unit’s DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT and HDMI OUT jack to a device
with LPCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, DTS and DTS-HD decoder.
NOTE
• When [HDMI] option is set to [PCM Multi-Ch],
the audio may output as PCM Stereo if the PCM
Multi-Ch information is not detected from HDMI
device with EDID.
• If the [HDMI] or [Digital Output] option is set to
[DTS re-encode], the DTS Re-encode audio is
output for BD-ROM discs with secondary audio
and the original audio is output for the other
discs (like [Primary Pass-Thru]).
Sampling Freq.
(Digital Audio Output)
[192 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier
is capable of handling 192 kHz signals.
[96 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier
is not capable of handling 192 kHz signals.
When this choice is made, this unit
automatically converts any 192 kHz signals
to 96 kHz so your system can decode them.
[48 kHz]
Select this if your A/V Receiver or Amplifier
is not capable of handling 192 kHz and
96 kHz signal. When this choice is made,
this unit automatically converts any 192 kHz
and 96 kHz signals to 48 kHz so your system
can decode them.
Check the documentation for your A/V
Receiver or Amplifier to verify its capabilities.
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DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
This function allows you to listen to a movie at
a lower volume without losing clarity of sound.
[Off]
Turns off this function.
[On]
Compress the dynamic range of the Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD
audio output.
NOTE
The DRC setting can be changed only when a
disc is not inserted or the unit is in complete stop
mode.
DTS Neo:6
If the player is connected to the multi-channel
Audio Receiver by HDMI connection, set this
option to enjoy the multi-channel surround
sound with the 2-channel audio source.
[Off]
Outputs the stereo sound via front speakers.
[Music]
Outputs the multi-channel sounds that are
optimized for listening to music.
[Cinema]
Outputs the multi-channel sounds that are
optimized for watching movie.
NOTE
• This function is not available on an on-line
service.
• Only the audio source with less than 48 kHz
sampling frequency is available for this function.
• This function is availabe only when [HDMI]
option is set to [PCM Multi-Ch].
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[Auto]
The dynamic range of the Dolby TrueHD
audio output is specified by itself.
And the dynamic range of the Dolby Digital
and Dolby Digital Plus are operated as same
as the [On] mode.
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[LOCK] Menu
To access any features in the [LOCK] settings,
you must enter the 4-digit security code you
have created.
If you have not entered a password yet, you are
prompted to do so. Enter a 4-digit password
twice, and press ENTER ( ) to create a new
password.
Password
You can create, or change the password.
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[None]
Enter a 4-digit password twice, and press
ENTER ( ) to create a new password.
[Change]
Enter the current password and press ENTER
( ). Enter a 4-digit password twice, and
press ENTER ( ) to create a new password.
If you forget your password
If you forget your password, you can clear it
using the following steps:
1. Remove any disc that might be in the
player.
2. Select [Password] option in the [Setup]
menu.
3. Use Number buttons to enter “210499”. The
password is cleared.
NOTE
If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER ( ),
press CLEAR. Then input the correct password.
DTV Lock
Allows you to set up specific programs and
through blocking schemes. Also allows you
to activate or disable all of the lock schemes
previously set up. A password is required to
gain access to the lock menu options. When
the DTV Lock is set to [unlock]. (See “Setting
the DTV Lock” on page 32.)
DTV Rating
You can set the rating to block out all the
programs with rating above a specified level.
(See “Adjusting DTV Rating” on pages 32.)
DVD Rating
Blocks playback of rated DVD based on their
content. (Not all discs are rated.)
[Rating 1-8]
Rating one (1) has the most restrictions and
rating eight (8) is the least restrictive.
[Unlock]
If you select [Unlock], parental control is not
active and the disc plays in full.
BD Rating
Sets an age limit for BD-ROM playback. Use
number buttons to input an age limit for BDROM viewing.
[255]
All BD-ROM can be played.
[0-254]
Prohibits play of BD-ROM with
corresponding ratings recorded on them.
NOTE
The [BD rating] will be applied only for the BD disc
that containing the Advanced Rating Control.
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Area Code
Enter the code of the area whose standards
were used to rate the DVD video disc, based
on the list on page 88.
[NETWORK] Menu
The [NETWORK] settings are needed to use the
software update feature, BD Live, Home Link
and NetCast features.
Connection Setting
[OTHERS] Menu
Time Setting
The clock must be set in order to use timer
recording.
[Auto]
Select a the programme that broadcasts
a clock signal and the clock will be set
automatically. If the time that has been
automatically set is not correct when
compared your local time, you can set
additional time option.
[Manual]
If there is no channel that broadcasts a
clock signal in your area, you can set the
time and date manually. Use I/i to select
each field, and input correct time and date
using U/u, and press ENTER ( ).
Connection Status
If you want to check the network status on
this player, select the [Connection Status]
option and press ENTER ( ) to check whether
a connection to the network and the internet
has been established.
BD-LIVE connection
BD Storage Select
This player can store some BD-ROM disc
related information, including downloaded online content such as movie trailers and special
features into the internal HDD or an USB
device.
You can restrict Internet access when BD-LIVE
functions are used.
[Built-In Storage]
Store the downloaded Blu-ray disc content
on the Internal HDD.
[Permitted]
Internet access is permitted for all BD-LIVE
contents.
[USB Storage]
Store the downloaded Blu-ray disc content
on the connected USB device.
[Partially permitted]
Internet access is permitted only for BDLIVE contents which have content owner
certificates. Internet access and AACS
Online functions are prohibited for all BDLIVE contents without a certificate.
[Prohibited]
Internet access is prohibited for all BD-LIVE
contents.
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If your home network environment is ready
to be connected to the player, the player
needs to be set the wired or wireless network
connection for network communication. (See
“Connecting to your Home Network” on pages
22-27.)
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BD Storage Clear
Removes the BD contents from the built-in
storage or the connected USB storage.
[Built-In Storage]
Delete all the downloaded contents from
the built-in storage.
[USB Storage]
Delete all the downloaded contents from
the connected USB storage.
NOTE
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If you select USB Storage, playback, copying and
recording on the USB device is disabled.
NOTE
All the downloaded videos from DivX VOD with the
unit’s registration code can only be played on the
unit’s internal HDD or USB device.
Initialize
[Factory Set]
You can reset the recorder to all its factory
settings. Some options cannot be reset
(Rating and Password). The [Setup Wizard]
menu appears on the screen after the
factory settings.
NOTE
DivX VOD
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, Inc. This is an official
DivX Certified device that plays DivX video.
Visit www.divx.com for more information and
software tools to convert your files into DivX
video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX
Certified® device must be registered in order to
play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) content.
To generate the registration code, locate the
DivX VOD section in the device setup menu.
Go to vod.divx.com with this code to complete
the registration process and learn more about
DivX VOD.
[Register]
Displays the registration code of your player.
[Deregister]
Deactivate your player and display the
deactivation code.
• If you reset the unit to its original factory settings
using [Factory Set] option, you have to set the
network settings activation again.
• The [Initialization] option is not available while
recording or [Lock] in the [Setup] menu is set to
[On].
• If you select [Factory Set] in the Setup menu, All
the channels will be deleted.
[Internal HDD Format]
Everything recorded on the HDD will be
erased.
1. Press HOME (n).
2. Use U/u/I/i to select [Setup] in the
[Home] menu, and press ENTER ( ).
3. Use U/u to select [OTHERS] option from the
[Setup] menu, and press ENTER ( ).
4. Use U/u to select [Initialize], and press
ENTER ( ) to display the sub-options.
5. Use U/u to select [Internal HDD Format],
and press ENTER ( ).
Select [No] and press ENTER ( ) to cancel.
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6. Use I/i to select [Yes], and press
ENTER ( ) to start the HDD format.
Select [OK] and press ENTER ( ) to return
to the previous step.
Software
[Information]
Displays the current software version.
[Update]
You can update the software by connecting
the unit directly to the software update
server (see page 92-93).
Press ENTER ( ) to view the notice of Network
Service Disclaimer on page 98.
Auto Power Off
The screen saver appears when you leave
the player in Stop mode for about five
minutes. If you set this option to [On], the unit
automatically turns itself off after the Screen
Saver is displayed for 25 minutes.
Set this option to [Off ] to leave the screen
saver until the unit is operated by the user.
NOTE
If you set [Auto power off ] to [On], the unit will be
turned off automatically after displaying [No signal]
or [Not programmed] message for 30 minutes.
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Disclaimer Notice
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Operation
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Operation
Using the Digital TV
functions
You can watch and record the digital TV
programmes or playback the recorded TV
programmes you want to watch using this
unit.
Changing Digital TV
programmes
Generally, press PR (U/u) to select the
programme position, or entering a programme
number using numerical buttons. If you want
to change the programme on the programme
list, follow the instruction as below.
1. While watching DTV, press PR LIST.
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Viewing the Digital TV
Viewing the Digital TV broadcasting on the TV
screen.
NOTE
• DTV antenna connection is required. (page 14)
• DTV settings such as [Auto Tuning] in the
[Satellite Setting] menu may be required.
(page 15-16).
1. Press 1 (POWER) to turn on the recorder.
2. Use I/i to select [DTV] on the HOME
menu and press ENTER ( ).
2. Use U/u to select a desired programme,
and press ENTER ( ).
Press red coloured (R) button to sort the
programmes into alphabetical order. Press
green coloured (G) button to sort the
programmes into FTA - CAS Press yellow
colored (Y) button to sort the programmes
into number order.
3. Press RETURN (O) to exit the programme
list.
Operation
Setting favourite programmes
1. While watching DTV, press PR LIST
Viewing the programme
information
2. Use U/u to select a programme you want
to add on the Favourite List.
You can view a description of the programme
being broadcast.
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3. Press blue coloured (B) button to display
[Select Favorite Group] menu.
4. Use U/u to select a group and press ENTER
to add the programme on the selected
group.
1. While watching DTV, press ENTER ( ) to
display the programme information.
2. Press ENTER ( ) or (RETURN or EXIT) again
to close the programme information.
Selecting DTV audio language
The mark appears for the favourite
programmes on the Favorite List.
To cancel the favourite programmes from
the Favorite List, select a programme with
mark, and press blue coloured (B) button.
Some digital programmes may broadcast
several audio languages or encoding methods.
You can select an audio language or an
encoding method when it is available.
1. While watching DTV, press INFO/DISPLAY
( ).
2. Use I/i to select an audio language or an
encoding method, and press INFO/DISPLAY
( ).
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5. On the Programme List menu, use I/i to
move to the Favorite List menu.
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Selecting DTV subtitle
language
Some digital programmes may broadcast
several subtitle languages. You can select a
subtitle language when it is available.
1. While watching DTV, press SUBTITLE.
To Exit the Programme Guide
Press the RETURN (O) button to return to the
last program you tuned to.
To change guide menu
The guide screen provides two search menus.
Press blue colored (B) button when the
Programme Guide is displayed.
2. Use I/i to select a subtitle language, and
press ENTER ( ).
NOTE
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You can find a programme that supports subtitle
language on the programme information.
For the programmes with subtitle, SUB icon
appears on the programme information.
Operation
Programme Guide (Digital
program only)
The Programme Guide contains schedule
and programme information for digital
programmes. They also provide local overthe-air programmes information including
conventional digital programmes. Use the
Programme Guide to find programs easily
and conveniently and to view schedule and
descriptive programme information for the
programmes.
Now/Next: The screen shows now and next
programs.
8 Days: The screen shows programmes
within 8 days.
To navigate through programmes on
the Guides
Use U/u/I/i on your remote control to
navigate the guide screen.
You can move faster through programs by
scrolling page-by-page with the PR U/u
buttons on the remote control. Each button
stroke scrolls one page up or down.
To tune to another current channel
Use U/u/I/i to select a current channel then
press ENTER ( ). You can watch the channel.
To Display the Program Guide
Press the GUIDE button on your remote
control.
To display the Full Information
window
You can view the detail information for the
highlighted programme. Press INFO/DISPLAY
( ) to display detail information window.
To exit the detail information window, press
ENTER ( ) again.
Operation
To change date
When the Program Guide with 8 days is
displayed, you can also change the date of the
Program Guide by pressing the green colour
button then use I/i to select a date then
press ENTER (b).
After setting favorite channels from the PR
list, you can use the yellow button to toggle
between [All] and [Favorite] channel list.
Using the timeshift function
manually
You can pause a Live TV broadcast, then
continue watching the programme at a
later time. This is useful when you receive an
unexpected call or visitor while watching TV.
The following are operating steps when the
[Timeshift] option is set to [Manual].
Timer Recording with Programme
Guide
1. Press TIME SHIFT while watching a TV
broadcast. The recorder starts recording the
current TV programme to the HDD.
You can set a timer record using program
guide with 8 days.
2. Press X to pause the programme your’re
watching the just now.
1. Display Program Guide with 8 days.
3. Press B to resume watching the
programme.
3. To release the timer recording, select the
program then press red colour (R) button.
The red timer icon disappears.
NOTE
Digital Services availability and contents may differ
depending on the broadcaster.
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Press TIME SHIFT to display the progress of
timeshift.
Press . / > to move the starting
point or the ending point of timeshift.
Press m / M to playback of timeshift
fast forward or fast reverse.
4. Press x to cancel the timeshift.
Timeshift cannot be saved as a recorded
title.
NOTE
When you exit from the DTV mode, Timeshift
function automatically will be stopped.
Ex), Home menu, Power off, REC List etc.
Operation
2. Select a programme then press red
colour (R)button. The red timer icon will
be displayed and the programme will be
memorized by the recorder. You can check
the programming on the Timer Record List
menu (see page. 48).
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Using the timeshift function
automatically
Using the teletext (Viewing
Teletext)
If you set the Timeshift option to [Auto], live
TV broadcast will automatically be buffering to
the HDD without pressing TIME SHIFT button.
The timeshift will start automatically when the
Digital TV tuner mode is started.
Many Digital TV programmes broadcast
information via their text service, and this
recorder has access to dedicated text
programmes transmitted by the broadcasters.
Refer to “Setting the Timeshift” on page 33 to
set the [Timeshift] option.
1. Press 1 (POWER) to turn on the unit.
2. Use U/u/I/i to select [DTV] and press
ENTER ( ).
The timeshift function will automatically
start.
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Press . / > to move the starting
point or the ending point of timeshift.
1. Press TEXT while watching TV.
Press m / M to playback of timeshift
fast forward or fast reverse.
2. Use coloured (R/G/Y/B) button to select a
page.
3. Press HOME to exit from the DTV viewing.
NOTE
You can also select a page by entering a
three digit number with the numerical
buttons.
3. Press TEXT or EXIT to exit the teletext screen.
• Press x, it’s not turning off the timeshift
function but going back to the DTV in realtime.
• Without changing a channel, the timeshift
function will go on.
• When you exit from the DTV mode, Timeshift
function automatically will be stopped.
Ex), Home menu, Power off, REC List etc.
• If you change the channel during the timeshift
function, the unit will switch to Live TV
automatically.
• If the timeshift data exceeds the capacity, the
date will be deleted automatically from the
oldest one.
NOTE
Additionally, you now have four coloured buttons
to navigate through the content of the page. The
use of these coloured buttons will be displayed on
the screen.
Operation
Recording TV
programmes
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Timer Recording (Manual)
You can set the timer for a total of 32
programmes, up to 22~28 days in advance.
1. While watching TV, press TIMER REC.
You can record Digital TV programmes and
store them on the HDD.
Recording scrambled and FTA channels will
be proceeded separately. In case of Scrambled
channel, this channel will be recorded with
encryption. Also, recorded scrambled channel
is not available to copy or play on the other
units.
2. Use U/u/I/i to select the date to record,
and press ENTER ( ).
Normal Recording
1. Use PR (U/u) to select a programme you
want to record.
Press X to pause recording, press X again
to resume recording.
3. Press x to stop recording. To stop recording,
you must move to the programme being
recorded before pressing x.
NOTE
• If the TV screen turns black with stop mark
caused by no signal, scramble, rating lock them
mormal recording is not available.
Start time
Sets the start time.
End time
Sets the end time.
Channel
Sets the programme position.
(If you want to display more
channels, press PR LIST)
Repeat
Choose a desired repeat mode.
(Once, Daily, Weekly or Mon-Fri)
NOTE
• Pay channel can not be recorded correctly if you
don’t insert CI or CI+ CAM.
• The timer recording can be set from 3 minutes
after the current time.
• You should unlock parental rating of CI CAM if
you want to use timer record correctly.
• Timer recording is not available on a USB device.
• When you record pay channel, recorded title can
be divided in to several titles according to CAM
authetication.
• Some of title can not be played well if title is
recorded when CAM is not authenticated by this
recorder.
• During the recording, it is unable to change
channel.
• You should unlock parental rating of CI or CAM if
you want to use timer record correctly.
4. Press ENTER ( ).
5. Select [OK] then press ENTER( ).
If you input the wrong information, an
error message will appear and the timer
recording cannot be made.
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2. Press z REC to start recording.
3. Select an item using I/i and adjust it
using U/u. You can use numbered buttons
to change the setting.
The adjustable items are listed below.
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Operation
Timer Recording (EPG)
Canceling a timer recording
You can also set the timer based on the
information provided by the EPG.
You can cancel a timer recording before the
timer recording actually starts.
1. While watching TV, press GUIDE.
1. While watching TV, press TIMER REC.
2. Press the red coloured (R) button.
3. Use I/i/U/u to select a schedule you want
to cancel.
4. Press the green coloured (G) button.
2. Use I/i to select date field, and select the
date of recording schedule using U/u.
3. Use I/i to select programme field, and set
the programme using U/u.
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4. Use I/i to select the programme list, and
select a programme you want to record
using U/u.
Select [No] and press ENTER ( ) to cancel.
Select [Yes] and press ENTER ( ) to delete
selected schedules (selected recording).
Operation
5. Press coloured (R) button.
For the successfully scheduled programme,
a red bullet mark appears.
A red bullet mark may not appear for
inavailable programme to record.
6. Press RETURN (O) to return to the TV
viewing.
7. Press TIMER REC, and check whether the
schedule is registered properly or not.
Editing a timer recording
You can edit a pre-scheduled timer recording
before the timer recording actually starts.
1. While watching TV, press TIMER REC.
2. Press the red coloured (R) button.
3. Use U/u to select a schedule you want to
edit.
4. Press ENTER ( ) to display the [Record
setting] menu.
5. Follow the steps 3-5 from “Timer Recording
(Manual)” on page 47 to complete the
editing.
Operation
Instant Timer Recording
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General Playback
You can set the recording time instantly to
stop the recording automatically.
1. Use PR (U/u) to select a programme you
want to record.
2. Press z REC. to start recording.
3. While recording, press I/i repeatedly to
set the recording duration
Playing Discs
1. Press Z (OPEN/CLOSE), and place a disc on
the disc tray.
Insert a disc
4. Press ENTER ( ).
5. Press x to stop recording.
NOTE
• If the unit cannot catch the signal, the recording
will be pause, actual recording time can be less
than the time set on timer.
• You cannot record radio or blocked channels.
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2. Press Z (OPEN/CLOSE) to close the disc
tray.
For most Audio CD, BD-ROM and
DVD-ROM discs, playback starts
automatically.
3. Press HOME (
).
• The quality of recording can be different on the
status of the broadcast signal.
• During the recording, Turning off by force can
cause a serious problem on hard disk drive.
4. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using I/
i, and press ENTER ( ).
5. Select the [Disc] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
Operation
• The standard recording time is 3hours
(MAX=6hours). Depending on the remaining
capacity of HDD, the recording time is
somewhat flexible .
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Operation
To stop playback
Press x (STOP) during playback.
To pause playback
Press X (PAUSE) during playback.
Press B (PLAY) to resume playback.
While navigating [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
menu, press green(G) colored button to
change the device. (DISC, USB or HDD)
6. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press B
(PLAY) or ENTER ( ) to play the file.
NOTE
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• Playback functions described in this manual are
not always available in every files and media.
Some functions can be restricted depending on
many factors.
Operation
• Depending on the BD-ROM titles, a USB device
connection may be needed for proper playback.
To play frame-by-frame
Press X (PAUSE) while movie playback.
Press X (PAUSE) repeatedly to playback Frameby-Frame.
To scan forward or backward
Press m or M to play fast forward or fast
reverse during playback.
You can change the various playback speeds
by pressing m or M repeatedly.
To slow down the playing speed
While the playback is paused, press M
repeatedly to play various speeds of slow
motion.
To skip to the next/previous
chapter/track/file
During playback, press . or > to go to
the next chapter/track/file or to return to the
beginning of the current chapter/track/file.
Press . twice briefly to step back to the
previous chapter/track/file.
In the [Home Link] menu, there may be many
types of media files in the current folder
together. In this case, press . or > to go
to the previous or next media files of the same
type.
Operation
Using the disc menu
BD
DVD
AVCHD
To display the disc menu
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Playing the recorded titles
1. While watching TV, press REC LIST to display
the options menu or press REC LIST in
Home menu.
The menu screen may be displayed first after
loading a disc which contains a menu. If you
want to display the disc menu during playback,
press DISC MENU.
Use U/u/I/i buttons to navigate through
menu items.
To display the Pop-up menu
Some BD-ROM discs contain a Pop-up menu
that appears during playback.
Press TITLE/POPUP during playback, and use
U/u/I/i buttons to navigate through menu
items.
BD
ACD
DVD AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
MUSIC MUSIC-N REC
The unit records the point where you pressed
the x (STOP) depending on the disc.
If “Xx (Resume Stop)” appears on the screen
briefly, press B (PLAY) to resume playback
(from the scene point).
If you press x (STOP) twice or unload the disc,
“x (Complete Stop)” appears on the screen.
The unit will clear the stopped point.
NOTE
• The resume point may be cleared when a
button is pressed (for example; 1 (POWER),
Z (OPEN/CLOSE), etc).
• On BD-Video discs with BD-J, the resume
playback function does not work.
• If you press x (STOP) once during BD-ROM
interactive title playback, the unit will be in
Complete Stop mode.
3. Press B or ENTER ( ) to play the recording
title.
4. Recorded title of CI+ channel has retention
limit. This title cannot be played after
retention limit.
5. Some of pay channels cannot be played.
Searching the recorded titles
REC
You can search for videos by entering search
words of up to 60 characters.
1. While watching TV, press REC LIST to display
the options menu.
2. Press SEARCH.
3. Use U/u/I/i to select a character then
press ENTER ( ) to confirm your selection
on the virtual keyboard.
To enter a letter with an accent mark, select
the letter from extended character set.
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Operation
Resume playback
2. Use U/u/I/i to select recording title.
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Operation
[Clear] – Clear all entered characters.
[Space] – Inserts a space at the cursor
position.
[<–] – Deletes the previous character at the
cursor position.
Playing content contained in
the internal hard disk drive
1. Press HOME (
).
[ABC / abc / #+-=&] – Change the keyboard
menu settings to capital letters, small letters
or symbols.
NOTE
To enter a letter with an accent mark:
1. Select a letter using U/u/I/i on the keyboard
menu.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY to display the extended
character set.
2. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using I/
i, and press ENTER ( ).
3. Select the [HDD] option using I/i, and
press ENTER ( ).
3. character set. Use I/i to select a character then
press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
4. When you finish entering the search words,
select [OK] and press ENTER ( ) to display
the related videos list.
Sorting the recorded titles
REC
1. While watching TV, press REC LIST to display
the options menu.
2. Press blue coloured (B) button repeatedly
to sorted by recorded time in recent order
or title name in alphabetical order.
This step is needed only when a disc or a
USB device is connected on this unit.
While navigating [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
menu, press green(G) colored button to
change the device. (DISC, USB or HDD)
4. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press PLAY
or ENTER ( ) to play the file.
NOTE
[ABC order] – by title name in
alphabetical order.
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
[Recent order] – sorted by recorded
date.
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
• Recorded files are searchable only by searching
on the [Record List].
Operation
Searching content in the hard
disk drive by entering file name
If you are having difficulties finding content
in the hard disk drive, you can search for the
content by entering keyword with the virtual
keyboard
1. On the [Movie], [Photo], [Music] or Home
menu, press SEARCH to display the virtual
keyboard.
Playing Blu-ray 3D disc
This player can play the Blu-ray 3D discs which
contains separate views for the left and right
eyes.
Preparation
In order to playback Blu-ray 3D title in
stereoscopic 3D mode, you need to:
a
c
b
d
a Check if your TV is 3D capable and has
HDMI 1.4 input(s).
b Wear 3D glasses to enjoy the 3D
experience if it is necessary.
If you want to purchase additional
3D-ready glasses, contact the dealer that
you purchased the 3D-ready TV from.
c Check whether the BD-ROM title is the
Blu-ray 3D disc or not (page 54).
4. Press I/i repeatedly until the search result
is selected, and use U/u to select a desired
content.
d Connect an HDMI cable (version 1.3 or
higher) between the player’s HDMI output
and TV’s HDMI input.
5. Press ENTER ( ) to play the content.
1. Press HOME ( ), and set the [3D Mode]
option on the [Setup] menu to [On]
(page 35).
2. Press Z (OPEN/CLOSE), and place a disc on
the disc tray.
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Operation
2. Use U/u/I/i to select letters then press
ENTER ( ) to confirm your selection on the
virtual keyboard.
3. When you finish entering the keyword,
select [OK] and press ENTER ( ) to display
search result.
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Operation
3. Press Z (OPEN/CLOSE) to close the disc tray.
The playback starts automatically.
NOTE
The “Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D ONLY” may not
be printed on your BD-ROM disc, even if the disc
contains 3D contents.
The 3D icon appears on the screen when
3D content is in playback.
4. Refer to the owner’s manual of your
3D-ready TV for the further instruction.
You may need to adjust the display settings
and focus on your TV’s setting for the
improved 3D effect.
CAUTION
4
• Watching a 3D content for a long period time
may cause dizziness or tiredness.
Operation
• It is not recommended to watch a movie in 3D
mode for infirm, child and pregnant woman.
• If you are experiencing headache, tiredness
or dizziness while viewing contents in 3D, it is
strongly recommended to stop the playback
and rest until you feel normal.
3D available Blu-ray 3D Discs
The “Blu-ray 3D” logo labeled
BD-ROM disc can be played
on this player with 3D mode
output. If your TV is not the
Blu-ray 3D-ready TV*, 2D mode
output is available.
The “Blu-ray 3D ONLY” logo
labeled BD-ROM disc can be
played on this player with
3D mode output. The Blu-ray
3D ONLY disc playback is not
avilable, if your TV or player are
not the Blu-ray 3D-ready device.
* 3D-ready TV refers to TVs that are compliant
with “HDMI 1.4 3D mandatory format”
standard.
Operation
Advanced Playback
AVCHD
Repeating a specific portion
BD
DVD
AVCHD
ACD
This player can repeat a portion you have
selected.
Repeat Playback
BD
DVD
MUSIC-N
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ACD
MUSIC
During playback, press REPEAT repeatedly to
select a desired repeat mode.
BDs/DVDs
A- – Selected portion will be repeated
continually.
Chapter – The current chapter will be
played back repeatedly.
Title – The current title will be played
back repeatedly.
Audio CDs/Music files
Track – The current track or file will be
played back repeatedly.
All – All the tracks or files will be played
back repeatedly.
– The tracks or files will be played back
in random order.
All – All the tracks or files will be
played back repeatedly in random order.
A-B – Selected portion will be repeated
continually. (Audio CD only)
To return to normal playback, press CLEAR.
NOTE
• If you press > once during Repeat Chapter/
Track playback, the repeat playback cancels.
• This function may not work on some disc or title.
2. Press ENTER ( ) at the end of the portion.
Your selected portion will be repeated
continually.
3. To return to normal playback, press REPEAT
repeatedly to select [Off ].
NOTE
• You cannot select a portion less than 3 seconds.
• This function may not work on some disc or title.
Enlarge the playback image
BD
DVD
PHOTO REC
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
1. During playback or pause mode, press
ZOOM to display the [Zoom] menu.
2. Use red (R) or green (G) colored button to
zoom out or in the picture.
You can move through the zoomed picture
using U/u/I/i buttons.
3. To return to the normal picture size, press
yellow (Y) colored button.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the [Zoom]
menu.
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Operation
To return to normal playback, press REPEAT
repeatedly to select [Off ].
1. During playback, press REPEAT to select [A-]
at the beginning of the portion you wish to
repeat.
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Operation
Marker Search
BD
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE-N
Using the search menu
BD
DVD
AVCHD
MOVIE-N
You can start playback from up to nine
memorized points.
Using search menu, you can easily to find the
point where you want to start playback.
To enter a marker
To search a point
1. During playback, press MARKER at the
desired point. The Marker icon appears on
the TV screen briefly.
1. During playback, press SEARCH to display
the search menu.
2. Repeat step 1 to add up to nine markers.
To recall a marked scene
1. Press SEARCH and the search menu appears
on the screen.
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2. Press a number button to select a marker
number that you want to recall. Playback
starts from the marked scene.
Operation
To delete a Marker
1. Press SEARCH and the search menu appears
on the screen.
2. Press I/i to skip the playback 15 seconds
forward or backward. You can select a
point that you want to skip by pressing and
holding I/i button.
NOTE
This function may not work in is file playback and
on recording list.
To start playback from a marked
scene
1. Press SEARCH and the search menu appears
on the screen.
2. Press u to highlight a marker number. Use
I/i to select a marked scene that you
want to delete.
2. Press u to highlight a marker number. Use
I/i to select a marked scene that you
want to playback.
3. Press CLEAR and the marked scene is erased
from the search menu.
3. Press ENTER ( ) to start playback from the
marked scene.
NOTE
NOTE
• This function may not work depending on discs,
titles, server ability.
• This function may not work depending on discs,
titles, server ability.
• All marked points are cleared if the title is in
complete stop (x) mode, the title is changed or
if you unload the disc.
• This function may not work on some [Home
Link] content depending on the file type and
ability of the DLNA server
• If the total length of the title is less than 10
seconds, this function is not available.
• This function may not work in is file playback
and on recording list.
Operation
Changing content list view
Viewing content information
MOVIE MOVIE-N MUSIC MUSIC-N PHOTO
REC
MOVIE MOVIE-N
On the [Movie], [Music], [Photo] or [Home Link]
menu, you can change the content list view.
Method 1
Press red (R) coloured button repeatedly.
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REC
The player can display the content information.
1. Select a file using U/u/I/i.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
3. Select the [Information] option using U/u,
and press ENTER ( ).
The file information appears on the screen.
During movie playback, you can display the file
information by pressing TITLE/POPUP.
NOTE
The information displayed on the screen may
not be correct compared to the actual content
information.
BD
DVD
This unit memorizes the last scene from the
last disc that is viewed. The last scene remains
in memory even if you remove the disc from
the unit or switch off the unit. If you load a disc
that has the scene memorized, the scene is
automatically recalled.
NOTE
• Last Scene Memory function for a previous disc
is erased once a different disc is played.
Method 2
1. On the content list, press INFO/DISPLAY ( )
to display the option menu.
2. Use U/u to select the [View Change]
option.
3. Press ENTER ( ) to change the content list
view.
• This function may not work depending on the
disc.
• On BD-Video discs with BD-J, the last scene
memory function does not work.
• This unit does not memorize settings of a disc if
you switch off the unit before commencing to
play it.
Operation
Last Scene Memory
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Operation
On-Screen Display
You can display and adjust various information
and settings concerning the content.
Displaying content information
on-screen
BD
REC
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
2. Select an option using U/u.
3. Use I/i to adjust the selected option
value.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
NOTE
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
show various playback information.
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i Movie Information – Select this option
and press ENTER ( ) to display movie
information from Gracenote Media
Database (BD/DVD only).
Operation
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
a Title – current title number/total number
of titles
b Chapter – current chapter number/total
number of chapters
c Time – elapsed playing time/total
playback time
d Audio – selected audio language or
channel
e Subtitle – selected subtitle
f Angle – selected angle/total number of
angles
g TV Aspect Ratio – selected TV aspect
Ratio
h Picture Mode – selected picture mode
• If no button is pressed for a few seconds, the onscreen display disappears.
• A title number cannot be selected on some
discs.
• Available items may differ depending on discs
or titles.
• If BD interactive title is playing back, some
setting information is displayed on the screen
but prohibited to be changed.
• To use the [Movie Information] option, the player
must be connected to the broadband internet
for accessing the Gracenote Media Database.
• If the information from the Gracenote Media
Database is either not correct or does not exist,
please contact www.gracenote.com for support.
• LG is a licensee of Gracenote technology and is
not responsible or reliable for information from
the Gracenote Media Database.
• The unit may not be able to display the music
information depending on the network
condition.
Operation
Playing from selected time
BD
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
1. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) during playback.
The time search box shows the elapsed
playing time.
2. Select the [Time] option and then input the
required start time in hours, minutes, and
seconds from left to right.
For example, to find a scene at 2 hours, 10
minutes, and 20 seconds, enter “21020”.
Press I/i to skip the playback 60 seconds
forward or backward.
3. Press ENTER ( ) to start playback from
selected time.
NOTE
• This function may not work on some [Home
Link] content depending on the file type and
ability of the DLNA server.
Hearing different audio
BD
REC
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
2. Use U/u to select the [Audio] option.
3. Use I/i to select desired audio language,
audio track or audio channel.
NOTE
• Some discs allow you to change audio selections
only via the disc menu. In this case, press TITLE/
POPUP or DISC MENU button and choose the
appropriate audio from the selections on the
disc menu.
• Immediately after you have switched sound,
there may be a temporary discrepancy between
the display and actual sound.
• On BD-ROM disc, the multi audio format (5.1CH
or 7.1CH) is displayed with [MultiCH] in the onscreen display.
Selecting a subtitle language
BD
REC
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
2. Use U/u to select the [Subtitle] option.
3. Use I/i to select desired subtitle language.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
NOTE
Some discs allow you to change subtitle selections
only via the disc menu. If this is the case, press
TITLE/POPUP or DISC MENU button and choose
the appropriate subtitle from the selections on the
disc menu.
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Operation
• This function may not work on some disc or
titles.
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Operation
Watching from a different
angle
BD
DVD
If the disc contains scenes recorded at different
camera angles, you can change to a different
camera angle during playback.
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
BD
REC
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
You can change the [Picture mode] option
during playback.
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
2. Use U/u to select the [Angle] option.
2. Use U/u to select the [Picture Mode]
option.
3. Use I/i to select desired angle.
3. Use I/i to select desired option.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
Changing the TV Aspect Ratio
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Changing the Picture Mode
BD
REC
DVD
AVCHD MOVIE MOVIE-N
Operation
You can change the TV aspect ratio setting
during playback.
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
Setting the [User setting] option
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
2. Use U/u to select the [Picture Mode]
option.
3. Use I/i to select the [User setting] option,
and press ENTER ( ).
2. Use U/u to select the [TV Aspect Ratio]
option.
3. Use I/i to select desired option.
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
NOTE
Even if you change the value of the [TV Aspect
Ratio] option in On-Screen display, the [TV Aspect
Ratio] option in the [Setup] menu is not changed.
4. Use U/u/I/i to adjust the [Picture Mode]
options.
Select [Default] option then press ENTER
( ) to reset the all video adjustments.
5. Use U/u/I/i to select the [Close] option,
and press ENTER ( ) to finish setting.
Operation
Copying
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5. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
6. Use U/u to select [Copy] option, and press
ENTER ( ) to display the [Copy] menu.
Copying file(s)/folder(s) to the
internal hard disk drive
7. Use U/u to select a file or a folder you wish
to copy on the menu, and press ENTER ( ).
You can copy music, photo, video file(s)/
folder(s) from disc/USB storage device to the
internal hard disk drive.
1. Press HOME (
).
Repeat this step to select files and folders as
many as you can.
Select all the files and folders on
the current directory.
Shows all type of files on the
screen. (Movie, Photo and Music)
3. Select the [Disc] or [USB] option using I/i,
and press ENTER ( ).
Cancels the copying and returns
to the previous screen.
8. Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
9. Use U/u/I/i to select the destination
folder to be copied.
Selecting a server or a share folder is
needed for [Home Link] menu.
4. Use U/u/I/i to select a directory that files
or folders you want to copy are located.
Operation
2. Select [Movie], [Photo], [Music] or [Home
Link] using I/i, and press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
10. (Option)
If you want to create a new folder, use U/u/
I/i to select [New Folder] and press ENTER
( ).
Copying file(s)/folder(s) from
the internal hard disk drive to a
USB storage device
You can copy music, photo, video file(s)/
folder(s) from the internal hard disk drive to a
USB storage device.
1. Insert a USB device to the USB port until it
fits into place.
2. Press HOME (
).
Enter folder name using virtual keyboard,
and press ENTER ( ) while [OK] is selected.
11. Use U/u/I/i to select [OK], and press
ENTER ( ) to start copying.
3. Select [Movie], [Photo] or [Music] using I/
i, and press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
4. Select the [HDD] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
NOTE
• Copying speed may vary depending on the file
size, number of files and network condition.
• It is unable to copy during the recording.
5. Use U/u/I/i to select a directory that files
or folders you want to copy are located.
6. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
Operation
7. Use U/u to select [Copy] option, and press
ENTER ( ) to display the [Copy] menu.
8. Use U/u to select a file or a folder you wish
to copy on the menu, and press ENTER ( ).
Repeat this step to select files and folders as
many as you can.
Select all the files and folders on
the current directory.
11. (Option)
If you want to create a new folder, use U/u/
I/i to select [New Folder] and press ENTER
( ).
Enter folder name using virtual keyboard,
and press ENTER ( ) while [OK] is selected.
12. Use U/u/I/i to select [OK], and press
ENTER ( ) to start copying.
Shows all type of files on the
screen. (Movie, Photo and Music)
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Operation
Cancels the copying and returns
to the previous screen.
9. Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
10. Use U/u/I/i to select the destination
folder to be copied.
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NOTE
• Copying speed may vary depending on the file
size, number of files and network condition.
• Recorded title of pay channel (CI, CI+) cannot be
copied.
• It is unable to copy during the recording.
• When the recording is proceeding with copy, it
can slow the copy.
• The name of copied files can be different from
that of original files.
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Operation
Deleting a file(s)/folder(s)
Naming a file/folder
You can delete file(s)/folder(s) from the internal
hard disk drive.
You can re-name a file or a folder in the internal
hard disk drive.
1. Use U/u/I/i to select a directory that files
or a folders you want to delete are located.
1. Select a file or a folder contained in the
internal hard disk drive.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
3. Use U/u to select [Delete] option, and press
ENTER ( ) to display the [Delete] menu.
3. Use U/u to select [Rename] option, and
press ENTER ( ) to display the virtual
keyboard.
4 Use U/u to select a file or a folder you wish
to copy on the menu, and press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
Repeat this step to select files and folders as
many as you can.
Select all the files and folders on
the current directory.
Shows all type of files on the
screen. (Movie, Photo and Music)
Cancels the deletion and returns
to the previous screen.
5 Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
6 Use I/i to select [OK], and press ENTER
( ) to delete the selected files and folders.
NOTE
When the recording is proceeding with delete, it
can slow the delete.
Enter a new name using virtual keyboard,
and press ENTER ( ) while [OK] is selected.
NOTE
A just archived audio file(s) from an audio CD
may be unable to be renamed for a while.
Operation
Enjoying BD-LIVE
This unit allows you to enjoy functions such as
picture-in-picture, secondary audio and Virtual
packages, etc., with BD-Video supporting
BONUSVIEW (BD-ROM version 2 Profile 1
version 1.1/ Final Standard Profile). Secondary
video and audio can be played from a disc
compatible with the picture-in-picture
function. For the playback method, refer to the
instructions in the disc.
In addition to the BONUSVIEW function, BDVideo supporting BD-LIVE (BD-ROM version
2 Profile 2) that has a network extension
function allows you to enjoy more functions
such as downloading new movie trailers by
connecting this unit to the internet.
2. Insert a USB storage device to the USB port
on the front panel.
A USB storage device is needed to
download bonus content.
USB device connection
3. Press HOME ( ), and set the [BD-LIVE
connection] option on the [Setup] menu
(page 39).
Depending on the disc, the BD-LIVE
function may not operate if [BD-LIVE
connection] option is set to [Partially
Permitted].
4. Insert a BD-ROM with BD-LIVE.
The operations may differ depending on
the disc. Refer to the manual supplied with
the disc.
CAUTION
Do not extract the connected USB device while
content is being downloaded or a Blu-ray disc is
still in the disc tray. Doing so may damage the
connected USB device and BD-LIVE features may
not operate properly with the damaged USB
device anymore. If the connected USB device
seems damaged from such an action, you can
format the connected USB device from the PC and
reuse it with this player.
NOTE
• Some BD-LIVE contents may be restrictively
accessed in some territories by contents
provider’s own decision.
• It may take up to several minutes to load and
start enjoying BD-LIVE contents.
WIRELESS
4
Operation
1. Check the network connection and settings
(pages 22-27).
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Operation
Playing a movie file
and VR disc
NOTE
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
You can play DVD-RW discs that are recorded
in Video Recording (VR) format and movie files
contained on a disc/HDD/USB device.
1. Press HOME (
).
• Unfinalized DVD VR format discs may not be
played in this player.
• Some DVD-VR discs are made with CPRM data
by DVD RECORDER. This unit cannot support
these kinds of discs.
What is CPRM?
CPRM is a copy protection system (with
scramble system) only allowing the recording of
‘copy once’ broadcast programs. CPRM stands
for Content Protection for Recordable Media.
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2. Select [Movie] using I/i, and press ENTER
( ).
Operation
3. Select [Disc], [USB] or [HDD] option using
I/i, and press ENTER ( ).
Selecting a subtitle file
MOVIE
If a movie file name and the subtitle file
name are the same, subtitle file is played
automatically when playing the movie file.
If the subtitle file name is different from the
movie file name, you need to select the subtitle
file on the [Movie] menu before playing the
movie.
This step is needed only when a disc or a
USB device is connected on this unit.
While navigating [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
menu, press green (G) colored button to
change the device. (DISC, USB, HDD or
Recording)
1. Use U/u/I/i to select the subtitle file you
wish to play in the [Movie] menu.
2. Press ENTER ( ).
4. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press B
(PLAY) or ENTER ( ) to play the file.
Press ENTER ( ) again to deselect the
subtitle file. Selected subtitle file will be
displayed when you play the movie file.
Operation
NOTE
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Viewing a photo
If you press x (STOP) during playback, the subtitle
selection is cancelled.
You can view photo files using this player.
1. Press HOME (
).
Changing subtitle code page
MOVIE MOVIE-N
If the subtitle is not displayed properly, you
can change the subtitle code page to view the
subtitle file properly.
1. During playback, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to
display the On-Screen display.
2. Use U/u to select the [Code Page] option.
3. Use I/i to select desired code option.
2. Select [Photo] using I/i, and press ENTER
( ).
3. Select [Disc], [USB] or [HDD] option using
I/i, and press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
4. Press RETURN (O) to exit the On-Screen
display.
This step is needed only when a disc or a
USB device is connected on this unit.
While navigating [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
menu, press green (G) colored button to
change the device. (DISC, USB or HDD)
4. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press
ENTER ( ) to view the photo in full screen.
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Operation
To play a slide show
Press B (PLAY) to start the slide show.
a Current photo/Total number of photos
– Use I/i to view previous/next photo.
To stop a slide show
b Slide Show – Press ENTER ( ) to start or
pause slide show.
Press x (STOP) during slide show.
c Music Select – Select the background
music for the slide show (page 69).
To pause a slide show
d Music –Press ENTER ( ) to start or pause
background music.
Press X (PAUSE) during slide show.
Press B (PLAY) to re-start the slide show.
To skip to the next/previous photo
While viewing a photo in full screen, press I or
i to go to the previous or next photo.
NOTE
4
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
Operation
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
Options while viewing a photo
You can use various options while viewing a
photo in full screen.
1. While viewing a photo in full screen, press
INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the option
menu.
2. Select an option using U/u.
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
e Rotate – Press ENTER ( ) to rotate the
photo clockwise.
f Zoom – Press ENTER ( ) to display the
[Zoom] menu.
g Effect – Use I/i to select a transition
effect between photos in a slide show.
h Speed – Use I/i to select a delaying
speed between photos in a slide show.
3. Press RETURN (O) to exit the option menu.
Operation
Listening to music during a
slide show
You can display photo files while listening to
music files.
1. Press HOME (
).
2. Select [Photo] or [Home Link] using I/i,
and press ENTER ( ).
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7. Use U/u to select a device, and press ENTER
( ).
Devices that you can select may differ
depending on the location of the photo file
you are displaying in full screen.
Photo location
Available Device
Disc
Disc, USB, HDD
USB
Disc, USB, HDD
Internal HDD
Disc, USB, HDD
Share Folder on
your PC (CIFS)
CIFS
DLNA server
DLNA server
8. Use U/u to select a file or a folder you wish
to play.
3. Select [Disc], [USB] or [HDD] option using
I/i, and press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
Select a folder and press ENTER ( ) to
display the lower directory.
Selecting a server or a share folder is
needed for [Home Link] menu.
4. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press
ENTER ( ) to view the photo.
5. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
6. Use U/u to select [Music Select] option,
and press ENTER ( ) to display the [Music
Select] menu.
Select and press ENTER ( ) to display
the upper directory.
NOTE
When selecting music from [Home Link], folder
selection is not available. Only file selection is
available on the [Home Link].
9. Use i to select [OK], and press ENTER ( )
to complete music selection.
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Operation
Listening to music
NOTE
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
This player can play Audio CDs and music files.
1. Press HOME (
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
).
Audio CD Archiving
You can record one desired track or all of the
tracks in Audio CD to the internal hard disk
drive or a USB storage device.
2. Select [Music] using I/i, and press ENTER
( ).
3. Select the [Disc], [USB] or [HDD] option
using I/i, and press ENTER ( ).
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1. Press OPEN/CLOSE(Z), and place an Audio
CD on the disc tray.
Press OPEN/CLOSE(Z) to close the disc tray.
The playback starts automatically.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
Operation
3. Use U/u to select [CD Archiving] option,
and press ENTER ( ) to display the [CD
Archiving] menu.
4. Use U/u to select a track you wish to copy
on the menu, and press ENTER ( ).
This step is needed only when a disc or a
USB device is connected on this unit.
While navigating [Movie], [Photo] or [Music]
menu, press green(G) colored button to
change the device. (DISC, USB or HDD)
4. Select a music file or audio track using
U/u/I/i, and press ENTER ( ) to play the
music.
Repeat this step to select tracks as many as
you can.
Select all the tracks on an Audio
CD.
Selects an encoding option from
the pop-up menu (128 kbps,
192 kbps, 320 kbps or Lossless).
Cancels the recording and
returns to the previous screen.
Operation
5. Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
6. Select the [USB] or [HDD] option using I/i,
and press ENTER ( ).
This step is needed only when a USB
storage device is connected.
7. Use U/u/I/i to select a destination folder
to be copied, and press ENTER ( ).
If you want to create a new folder, use
U/u/I/i to select [New Folder] and press
ENTER ( ).
Enter folder name using virtual keyboard,
and press ENTER ( ) while [OK] is selected.
8. Use U/u/I/i to select [OK], and press
ENTER ( ) to start Audio CD archiving.
9. A message appears when Audio CD
archiving is completed.
Press ENTER ( ) to check the audio file
created in the destination folder.
NOTE
• The table below shows the average recording
time from an audio track with 4 minutes of
playback time to an audio file with 192kbps as
an example.
Device
Status
stop
mode
while
playback
Internal HDD
15 sec.
23 sec.
USB
1.4 min.
2 min.
• All times in the above table are approximate.
• Actual recording time for USB storage device
varies depending on the USB storage device’s
ability.
• Make sure that there is minimum of 50MB free
space is needed when recording into the USB
storage device.
• The length of the music should be longer than
20 seconds for the proper recording.
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• Do not turn off this player or extract the
connected USB storage device during Audio CD
recording.
Operation
If you want to stop in progressing Audio CD
archiving, press ENTER ( ) while [Cancel] is
highlighted.
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The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer programs,
files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be
an infringement of copyrights and constitute a
criminal offense.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
Be responsible
Respect copyrights
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Operation
Viewing information from
Gracenote Media Database
The player can access the Gracenote Media
Database and loads the music information so
that Track name, Artist Name, Genre and other
text information can be displayed on the list.
• The player must be connected to the broadband
internet for accessing the Gracenote Media
Database.
Audio CD
• If the information from the Gracenote Media
Database is either not correct or does not exist,
please contact www.gracenote.com for support.
When you insert an Audio CD, the player starts
playback automatically and load the music title
from the Gracenote Media Database.
If there is no music information in the database,
music titles will not be displayed on the screen.
Music file
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NOTE
• If the music information is not in the Gracenote
Media Database, message appears on the
screen.
• Depending on the cases, it will takes a few
minutes to load music information from the
Gracenote Media Database.
• Information may be displayed in broken letters,
if the language you selected is not available on
the Gracenote Media Database.
Operation
1. Select a music file using U/u/I/i.
• This function is not available for NetCast on-line
content and content in DLNA servers.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
• LG is a licensee of Gracenote technology and is
not responsible or reliable for information from
the Gracenote Media Database.
3. Select the [Information] option using U/u,
and press ENTER ( ).
The player accesses Gracenote Media
Database for the music information.
BD/DVD/Movie file
While listening to music from the movie being
played, press MUSIC ID to start loading the
music information from the Gracenote Media
Database.
• Audio CDs that users made for their only private
purposes cannot be supported in this feature
because they are not in the Gracenote Media
Database.
Operation
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Using the Music Library
The player offers Music Library menu for the
music contents stored in the internal hard disk
drive. The player accesses the Gracenote Media
Database and loads the music information for
all of the music contents in the internal hard
disk drive. You can also manage the music
contents by various categories from the Music
Library menu.
1. Press HOME (
).
2. Select [Music] using I/i, and press ENTER
( ).
3. Select the [HDD] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
Songs – All audio files stored in the internal
hard disk drive are sorted by name in
alphabetical order.
Genres – Audio files stored in the internal
hard disk drive are sorted by genre
information from Gracenote Media Database.
4. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
5. Use U/u to select [Library mode] option,
and press ENTER ( ) to display the [Library]
menu.
If you want to return to the directory
mode, press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) and select
[Directory mode] and press ENTER ( ).
6. All the audio files stored in the internal hard
disk drive are sorted by categories with the
music information loaded from Gracenote
Media Database. Use U/u to select a
category.
Albums - All music stored in the internal
hard disk drive are sorted by album title from
Gracenote Media Database in alphabetical
order.
PlayLists – Displays audio files you have
added to your playlist or displays audio files
using several filter options.
You can search easily a content using power
scroll bar. Use i repeatedly to select the power
scroll bar on the right side of the screen.
Use U/u to select a letter, and press
ENTER ( ) to move the cursor to the music
title which start with the letter you were
selected.
NOTE
The player must be connected to the Internet
in order to use the Music Library.
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Operation
Artists – Music stored in the internal hard
disk drive are sorted by artist name from
Gracenote Media Database in alphabetical
order.
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Operation
Adding an audio file to your playlist
1. Use U/u/I/i to select a directory that files
you want to add to the playlist are located.
2. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
3. Use U/u to select [Add to playlist] option,
and press ENTER ( ) to display the [Add to
playlist] menu.
4. Use U/u to select a file you wish to add to
the playlist, and press ENTER ( ).
Repeat this step to select files as many as
you can.
Deleting an audio file from your
playlist
1. On the Music Library menu, use U/u to
select [PlayList], and press ENTER ( ).
2. Use U/u to select [My Playlist] option, and
press ENTER ( ) to display your playlist.
3. Press INFO/DISPLAY ( ) to display the
option menu.
4. Use U/u to select [Delete from playlist]
option, and press ENTER ( ) to display the
[Delete from Playlist] menu.
5 Use U/u to select a file you wish to add to
the playlist, and press ENTER ( ).
Repeat this step to select files as many as
you can.
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Operation
Select all the files in the current
directory.
Cancels and returns to the
previous screen.
5. Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
Select all the files in the current
directory.
Cancels and returns to the
previous screen.
6. Use U/u/I/i to select [Start], and press
ENTER ( ).
Operation
Playing content via
your home network
The player can browse and play content on
your PC and DLNA certified media servers
connected on your home network.
About DLNA
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Accessing a DLNA media
server
1. Check the network connection and settings
(pages 22-27).
2. Press HOME (
).
3. Select [Home Link] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
4. Select a DLNA media server from the list
using U/u, and press ENTER ( ).
This Player is a DLNA Certified digital media
player that can display and play movie,
photo and music content from your DLNAcompatible digital media server (PC and
Consumer Electronics).
The DLNA certification logo makes it easy
to find products that comply with the DLNA
Interoperability Guidelines. This unit complies
with DLNA Interoperability Guidelines v1.5.
When a PC running DLNA server software or
other DLNA compatible device is connected to
this player, some setting changes of software
or other devices may be required. Please refer
to the operating instructions for the software
or device for more information.
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If you want to rescan available media server,
press the green (G) coloured button.
NOTE
Depending on the media server, this player may
need to get permission from the server.
5. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press
ENTER ( ) to play the file.
Operation
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.
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Operation
NOTE
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
• Because the compatibility and available playback
functions on the [Home Link] menu are tested
on the bundle DLNA server (Nero MediaHome
4 Essentials) environment, file requirements and
playback functions on the [Home Link] menu
may differ depending on media servers.
About Nero MediaHome 4
Essentials
Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials is a software for
sharing movie, music and photo files stored
on your computer to this player as a DLNAcompatiable digital media server.
NOTE
• The Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials CD-ROM is
designed for PCs and should not be inserted in
this player or in any product other than a PC.
• The file requirements on page 10 are not always
compatible. There may have some restrictions
by file features and media server’s ability.
• The supplied Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials CDROM is a customized software edition only for
sharing files and folders to this player.
• The thumbnail of the unplayable files can be
displayed in the [Home Link] menu, but those
cannot be played on this player.
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• The supplied Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
software does not support the following
functions: Transcoding, Remote UI, TV control,
Internet services and Apple iTunes
• If there is an unplayable music file in the [Home
Link] menu, the player will skip the file and play
the next file.
Operation
• This manual explains operations with the
English version of Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
as examples. Follow the explanation referring to
the actual operations of your language version.
• Playing a movie subtitle files is only possible on
DLNA media server created by supplied Nero
MediaHome 4 Essentials software on this player
package.
• The subtitle file name and movie file name have
to be the same and located in the same folder.
• The playback and operating quality of the
[Home Link] function may be affected by your
home network condition.
• The files from removable media such as USB
drive, DVD-drive etc. on your media server may
not be shared properly.
Installing Nero MediaHome 4
Essentials
Before you install Nero MediaHome 4
Essentials, check the system requirement
shown below.
•
Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or higher),
Windows Vista® (no Service Pack required),
Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
(Service Pack 2 or higher), Windows Server®
2003
•
Windows Vista® 64-bit edition (application
runs in 32-bit mode)
•
Hard drive space: 200 MB hard drive space
for a typical installation of Nero MediaHome
stand-alone
•
1.2 GHz Intel® Pentium® III or AMD
Sempron™ 2200+ processors
•
Memory: 256 MB RAM
Operation
•
Graphics card with at least 32 MB video
memory, minimum resolution of 800 x 600
pixels, and 16-bit colour settings
•
Windows® Internet Explorer® 6.0 or higher
•
DirectX® 9.0c revision 30 (August 2006) or
higher
•
Network environment: 100 Mb Ethernet,
WLAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
Start up your computer, and insert the Nero
MediaHome 4 Essentials CD-ROM into your
computer’s CD-ROM drive. An installation
wizard will walk you through the quick and
uncomplicated installation process. To install
Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials, proceed as
follows:
1. Close all Microsoft Windows programs and
exit any anti-virus software that may be
running.
3. Click [Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials]. The
installation is prepared and the installation
wizard appears.
4. Click the [Next] button to display the serial
number input screen. Click [Next] to go to
the next step.
5. If you accept all conditions, click [I accept
the License Conditions] check box and click
[Next]. Installation is not possible without
this agreement.
6. Click [Typical] and click [Next]. The
installation process is started.
7. If you want to take part in the anonymous
collection of data, select the check box and
click the [Next] button.
8. Click the [Exit] button to complete the
installation.
Sharing files and folders
On your computer, you must share the folder
that contains the movie, music and/or photo
content to play them using [Home Link]
features.
This part explains the procedure for selecting
the shared folders on your computer.
1. Double-click the “Nero MediaHome 4
Essentials” icon on the desktop.
2. Click [Network] icon on the left and define
your network name in the [Network name]
field. The Network name you enter will be
recognized by your player.
3. Click [Shares] icon on the left.
4. Click [Local Folders] tab on the [Shares]
screen.
5. Click [Add] icon to open the [Browse Folder]
window.
6. Select the folder containing the files you
want to share. The selected folder is added
to the list of shared folders.
7. Click [Start Server] icon to start the server.
NOTE
• If the shared folders or files are not displayed on
the player, click the folder on the [Local Folders]
tab and click [Rescan Folder] at the [More]
button.
• Visit www.nero.com for more information and
software tools.
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Operation
2. Insert the Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials
CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM
drive.
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Operation
Accessing a share folder from
your PC
NOTE
1. Start your PC that is connected on your
local area network.
• The file requirements are described on page 10.
2. On your PC, share folders which contain
movie, photo or music files.
• The thumbnail of the unplayable files can be
displayed in the [Home Link] menu, but those
cannot be played on this player.
• You can use various playback functions. Refer to
pages 49-60.
3. On the player, check the network
connection and settings (pages 22-27).
4. Press HOME (
• If there is an unplayable music file in the [Home
Link] menu, the player will skips the file and play
the next file.
).
• The subtitle file name and movie file name have
to be the same and located at the same folder.
5. Select [Home Link] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
• The playback and operating quality of the
[Home Link] function may be affected by your
home network condition.
6. Select a share folder from the list using U/u,
and press ENTER ( ).
• The files on removable media such as USB drive,
DVD-drive etc. on your PC may not be shared
properly.
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Operation
• You may experience connection problems
depending on your PC’s environment.
PC requirements
•
Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or higher),
Windows Vista® (no Service Pack required)
Windows 7® (no Service Pack required)
•
1.2 GHz Intel® Pentium® III or AMD
Sempron™ 2200+ processors
•
Network environment: 100 Mb Ethernet,
WLAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
If you want to rescan available share folders,
press the green (G) coloured button.
NOTE
Depending on the share folder, this player may
need to input network user ID and password for
accessing the folder.
7. Select a file using U/u/I/i, and press
ENTER ( ) to play the file.
NOTE
If you use Windows® XP or Windows Vista®, visit link
below for more information on file share settings.
Operation
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Entering a network user ID and the
password
Depending on your PC’s environment, you
may need to enter a network user ID and the
password for accessing a shared folder.
1. The virtual keyboard appears automatically
if the network user ID and the password are
required.
2. Use U/u/I/i to select a character then
press ENTER ( ) to confirm your selection
on the virtual keyboard.
To enter a letter with an accent mark, select
the letter from the extended character set.
Example: Select “D” and then press INFO/
DISPLAY ( ) to display the extended
character set. Use I/i to select “D” or “Ď”
and then press ENTER ( ).
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Operation
[Clear] – Clear all entered characters.
[Space] – Inserts a space at the cursor
position.
[<–] – Deletes the previous character at the
cursor position.
[ABC / abc / #+-=&] – Change the keyboard
menu settings to capital letters, small letters
or symbols.
3. When you finish entering the network user
ID and password, select [OK] using U/u/I/
i and press ENTER ( ) to access the folder.
The network user ID and password will be
remembered after accessing the folder
for your convenience. If you do not want
the network user ID and password to be
remembered, press red (R) coloured button
to un-tick the [Remember] check box
before accessing the folder.
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Operation
Using the NetCast
You can use various content services via
Internet with the Netcast feature.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(pages 22-27).
2. Press HOME (
).
3. Select the [NetCast] using I/i, and press
ENTER ( ).
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Operation
4. Select an on-line service using U/u/I/i,
and press ENTER ( ).
NOTE
• Detailed information of each service, contact to
the content provider or visit suppot link of the
service.
• The content of Netcast services and service
related information, including user interface, is
subject to changes. Please refer to the web site
of each service for most up-to-date information.
• Using Netcast features with wireless network
connection may result in improper streaming
speed by interference from household devices
that are using radio frequencies.
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Maintenance
5
Maintenance
Notes on Discs
Handling the Unit
Handling Discs
When shipping the unit
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Hold the disc by the edges so that fingerprints
do not get on the surface. Never stick paper or
tape on the disc.
Please save the original shipping carton and
packing materials. If you need to ship the unit,
for maximum protection, re-pack the unit as it
was originally packed at the factory.
Storing Discs
Keeping the exterior surfaces clean
After playing, store the disc in its case. Do not
expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of
heat and never leave it in a parked car exposed
to direct sunlight.
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Cleaning Discs
Maintenance
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause
poor picture quality and sound distortion.
Before playing, clean the disc with a clean
cloth. Wipe the disc from the centre to out.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
vinyl records.
•
Do not use volatile liquids such as
insecticide spray near the unit.
•
Wiping with strong pressure may damage
the surface.
•
Do not leave rubber or plastic products in
contact with the unit for a long period of
time.
Cleaning the unit
To clean the player, use a soft, dry cloth. If
the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft
cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution. Do not use strong solvents such as
alcohol, benzine, or thinner, as these might
damage the surface of the unit.
Maintaining the Unit
The unit is a high-tech, precision device. If
the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts
are dirty or worn, the picture quality could be
diminished. For details, please contact your
nearest authorized service centre.
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Maintenance
About the internal hard disk
drive
The internal hard disk drive (HDD) is a fragile
piece of equipment. Please use the player
following the guidelines below to protect
against possible HDD failure.
•
Do not move the player while it is on.
•
Install and use a player on a stable, leveled
surface.
•
Do not use the player in excessively hot
or humid places, or in places that may be
subject to sudden changes in temperature.
Sudden changes in temperature can cause
condensation to form inside the player. This
can be a cause of HDD failure.
•
While the player is powered on, do not
unplug from the wall socket or switch the
electricity off from the breaker switch.
•
Do not move the player immediately after
switching it off. If you need to move the
player, please follow the steps below:
1. After the message “OFF” is shown in the
display, wait at least two minutes.
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Maintenance
2. Unplug from the wall socket.
3. Move the player.
•
If there’s a power failure while the player is
on, there is a chance that some data on the
HDD will be lost.
•
The HDD is very delicate. If used improperly
or in an unsuitable environment, it is
possible that the HDD will fail after a few
years of use. Signs of problems include
playback unexpectedly freezing and
noticeable block noise (mosaic) in the
picture.
•
However, sometimes there will be no
warning signs of HDD failure.
•
If the HDD fails, playback of content will
not be possible. In this case, contact the LG
service center by following methods.
Web: http://lgservice.com
•
The manufacturer disclaims responsibility
for loss of data contained in internal HDD.
Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
General
Cause & Solution
The Power does not
turned on.
•
Plug the power cord into the wall outlet securely.
The unit does not start
playback.
•
Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc type, color system, and
regional code.)
•
Place the disc with the playback side down.
•
Place the disc on the disc tray correctly inside the guide.
•
Clean the disc.
•
Cancel the Rating function or change the rating level.
The angle cannot be
changed.
•
Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD Video being
played.
Cannot play movie, photo
or audio files.
•
The files are not recorded in a format that the unit can play.
•
The unit does not support the codec of the movie file.
The remote control does
not work properly.
•
The remote control is not pointed at the remote sensor of
the unit.
•
The remote control is too far from the unit.
•
There is an obstacle in the path between the remote control
and the unit.
•
The batteries in the remote control are exhausted.
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Maintenance
Symptoms
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Troubleshooting
Picture
Symptoms
Cause & Solution
There is no picture.
•
Select the appropriate video input mode on the TV so the
picture from the unit appears on the TV screen.
•
Connect the video connection securely.
•
Check if the [HDMI Color Setting] in the [Setup] menu is
set to the appropriate item that conforms to your video
connection.
•
Your TV may not support the resolution you have set on the
unit. Change the resolution to one that your TV accepts.
•
The player’s HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI device that
does not support copyright protection.
•
You are playing a disc recorded in a colour system that is
different from your TV.
•
Set the resolution which your TV accepts.
Picture noise appears
Sound
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Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Cause & Solution
There is no sound or the
sound is distorted.
•
Connect the audio connection securely.
•
The input source setting on the amplifier or the connection
to the amplifier is incorrect.
•
The unit is in scan, slow motion, or pause mode.
•
The sound volume is low.
•
Check that the connected amplifier is compatible with audio
format output from the player.
•
The player’s HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI device. The
DVI jack does not accept audio signal.
•
Check the device connected to player’s HDMI OUT jack is
compatible with audio format output from the unit.
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Network
Symptoms
Cause & Solution
BD-LIVE feature does not
work.
•
The connected USB storage may not have enough space.
Connect the USB storage with at least 1GB free space.
•
Ensure that the unit is correctly connected to the local area
network and can access the internet (see pages 22-27).
•
Your broadband speed may not be fast enough to use the
BD-Live features. Contact your Internet Service Provider
(ISP) and increase the broadband speed to suit the unit’s
requirements.
•
The [BD-LIVE connection] option in the [Setup] menu is set
to [Prohibited]. Set the option to [Permitted].
Streaming video services
(such as YouTube™, etc.)
are often stop or “buffer”
during playback.
•
Your broadband service speed may not be fast enough to
stream video services. Contact your Internet Service Provider
(ISP) and increase the broadband speed to suit the unit’s
requirements.
Shared folder or files from
your PC or a media server
are not displayed on the
[My Media] menu.
•
The firewall or anti-virus software on your media server is
running. Turn off the firewall or anti-virus software running
on your PC or media server.
•
The unit is not connected to the local area network that your
PC or the media server are connected.
The wireless communication may be interrupted from
household devices that are using radio frequencies. Move
the player away from them.
Access point is not
displayed on the “Access
point name” list.
The access point or wireless LAN router may not broadcast
its SSID. Set your access point to broadcast its SSID through
your computer.
•
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Troubleshooting
Cannot connect the player •
to the access point or
wireless LAN router.
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Troubleshooting
Recording
Symtoms
Solution
Cannot record or does not
record successfully.
•
Check the remaining space on the HDD.
•
If your source is copy-protected, you cannot record it using
this recorder.
•
If you set a DTV rating for the recorder and higher rated
digital programs are received, the programme cannot be
recorded. Change the DTV rating level in order to record it.
•
Clock is not set to correct time.
•
The start time of the timer recording is past.
•
Two timer recordings may have overlapped, in which case
only the earlier one will record completely.
•
When setting the recording programme, make sure you set
the recorder’s built-in tuner, not the TV’s built-in tuner.
•
If the the HDD is damaged, the recording may not complete
successfully.
Stereo Audio Record and/
Playback is not present.
•
TV is not Stereo-compatible.
•
Broadcast programme is not in stereo format.
You cannot enter a timer
programme when.
•
A recording is already underway.
•
The time you’re trying to set has already passed.
•
There are already 32 timer programs set.
•
The earlier programme takes priority.
•
The recorder can record 1 channels simultaneously but do
not make overlaping timer recordings if you do, the earlier
programme takes priority.
Timer record does not
record successfully.
If two or more timer
programs overlap.
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Troubleshooting
Customer Support
You can update the unit using the latest software to enhance the products operation and/or
add new features. To obtain the latest software for this unit (if updates have been made), please
visit http://lgservice.com or contact LG Electronics customer care centre.
Open source software notice
To obtain the corresponding source code under GPL, LGPL and other open source licenses,
please visit http://opensource.lge.com. All referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and
copyright notices are available to download with the source code.
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OPEN/
CLOSE
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Appendix
CLEAR
GUIDE
REC.
Controlling a TV with
the Supplied Remote
Control
TIMER
REC.
DISC MENU
REC.LIST
You can control your TV using
the buttons
below.
MARKER
SEARCH
TEXT
SUBTITLE
AV/INPUT
ZOOM
VOL
PR
VOL
PR
You can
1 (TV POWER)
Turn the TV on or off.
AV/INPUT
Switch the TV’s input
source between the TV
and other input sources.
PR U/u
Scan up or down
through memorized
channels.
VOL +/–
Adjust the volume of
the TV
NOTE
Depending on the unit being connected, you may
not be able to control your TV using some of the
buttons.
You can operate your TV with the supplied
remote control.
If your TV is listed in the table below, set the
appropriate manufacturer code.
1. While holding down 1 (TV POWER) button,
press the manufacturer code for your TV
with the numerical buttons (see the table
below).
Manufacturer
Code Number
LG
1(Default), 2
Zenith
1, 3, 4
GoldStar
1, 2
Samsung
6, 7
Sony
8, 9
Hitachi
4
2. Release the 1 (TV POWER) button to
complete setting.
Depending on your TV, some or all buttons
may not function on the TV, even after
entering the correct manufacturer code. When
you replace the batteries in the remote, the
code number you have set may be reset to
the default setting. Set the appropriate code
number again.
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By pressing
Setting up the remote to
control your TV
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88
Appendix
Area Code List
Choose an area code from this list.
Area
Afghanistan
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7
Code Area
AF Fiji
Code Area
Code Area
Code
FJ Monaco
MC Singapore
SG
SK
Argentina
AR Finland
FI Mongolia
MN Slovak Republic
Australia
AU France
FR Morocco
MA Slovenia
Austria
AT Germany
DE Nepal
NP South Africa
ZA
Belgium
BE Great Britain
GB Netherlands
NL South Korea
KR
Bhutan
BT Greece
GR Netherlands
GL Antilles
Bolivia
BO Greenland
Brazil
BR Hong Kong
Cambodia
KH Hungary
Canada
CA India
Chile
CL Indonesia
China
CN Israel
Colombia
CO Italy
Congo
CG Jamaica
Costa Rica
CR Japan
Croatia
HR Kenya
Czech Republic
CZ Kuwait
Denmark
DK Libya
Ecuador
EC Luxembourg
Egypt
EG Malaysia
El Salvador
SV Maldives
Ethiopia
ET Mexico
HK New Zealand
HU Nigeria
IN Norway
ID Oman
IL Pakistan
IT Panama
JM Paraguay
JP Philippines
KE Poland
KW Portugal
LY Romania
LU Russian
Federation
MY
Saudi Arabia
MV
Senegal
MX
Spain
SI
ES
AN Sri Lanka
NZ Sweden
LK
NG Switzerland
NO Taiwan
CH
SE
TW
OM Thailand
PK Turkey
TH
PA Uganda
PY Ukraine
UG
PH United States
PL Uruguay
TR
UA
US
UY
PT Uzbekistan
RO Vietnam
UZ
Zimbabwe
ZW
RU
SA
SN
VN
Appendix
89
Language code List
Use this list to input your desired language for the following initial settings: [Disc Audio],
[Disc Subtitle] and [Disc Menu].
Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code
Afar
6565
French
7082
Lithuanian
7684
Sindhi
8368
Afrikaans
6570
Frisian
7089
Macedonian
7775
Singhalese
8373
Albanian
8381
Galician
7176
Malagasy
7771
Slovak
8375
Ameharic
6577
Georgian
7565
Malay
7783
Slovenian
8376
Arabic
6582
German
6869
Malayalam
7776
Spanish
6983
Armenian
7289
Greek
6976
Maori
7773
Sudanese
8385
Assamese
6583
Greenlandic
7576
Marathi
7782
Swahili
8387
Aymara
6588
Guarani
7178
Moldavian
7779
Swedish
8386
Azerbaijani
6590
Gujarati
7185
Mongolian
7778
Tagalog
8476
Bashkir
6665
Hausa
7265
Nauru
7865
Tajik
8471
Basque
6985
7387
Nepali
7869
Tamil
8465
Hindi
7273
Norwegian
7879
Telugu
8469
Bhutani
6890
Hungarian
7285
Oriya
7982
Thai
8472
Bihari
6672
Icelandic
7383
Panjabi
8065
Tonga
8479
Breton
6682
Indonesian
7378
Pashto, Pushto 8083
Turkish
8482
Bulgarian
6671
Interlingua
7365
Persian
7065
Turkmen
8475
Burmese
7789
Irish
7165
Polish
8076
Twi
8487
Byelorussian
6669
Italian
7384
Portuguese
8084
Ukrainian
8575
Chinese
9072
Japanese
7465
Quechua
8185
Urdu
8582
Croatian
7282
Kannada
7578
8590
6783
Kashmiri
7583
Rhaeto-Romance 8277
Uzbek
Czech
Vietnamese
8673
Danish
6865
Kazakh
7575
Rumanian
8279
Volapük
8679
8285
Dutch
7876
Kirghiz
7589
Russian
Welsh
6789
English
6978
Korean
7579
Samoan
8377
Wolof
8779
8365
Esperanto
6979
Kurdish
7585
Sanskrit
Xhosa
8872
Estonian
6984
Laothian
7679
Scots Gaelic
7168
Yiddish
7473
Faroese
7079
Latin
7665
Serbian
8382
Yoruba
8979
Zulu
9085
Fiji
7074
Latvian, Lettish 7686
Serbo-Croatian 8372
Finnish
7073
Lingala
Shona
7678
8378
Appendix
Hebrew
Bengali; Bangla 6678
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Appendix
Trademarks and
Licenses
“Blu-ray Disc”, “Blu-ray” and “Blu-ray disc” logo are
trademarks of Blu-ray Disc Association.
“Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D” logo are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
“DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED® are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of
the Digital Living Network Alliance.
“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
YouTube™ is a trademark of Google Inc.
“BD-LIVE” logo is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
“BONUSVIEW” is trademark of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
Appendix
Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other
countries.
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Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
Picasa™ Web Albums is a trademark of Google Inc.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s:
5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616;
6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929; 7,392,195; 7,272,567 &
other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS
is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol,
DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of
DTS, Inc. © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
DivX is a registered trademark of DivX, Inc., and is
used under license.
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The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark of the
Wi-Fi Alliance.
“x.v.Colour” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
consumption system in stand-by mode is built.
Therefore, the small amounts of electricity
areconsumed even though the power plug is
inserted.
Gracenote®, Gracenote logo and logotype, and the
“Powered by Gracenote” logo are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote, Inc. in the
United States and/or other countries.
Music recognition technology and related data are
provided by Gracenote®.
Portions of the content is copyright © Gracenote or
its providers.
Gracenote® End User License Agreement
You agree that you will use Gracenote Data, the
Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers for your
own personal non-commercial use only. You agree
not to assign, copy, transfer or transmit the Gracenote
Software or any Gracenote Data to any third party.
YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT GRACENOTE
DATA, THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE, OR GRACENOTE
SERVERS, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN.
You agree that your non-exclusive license to use
the Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and
Gracenote Servers will terminate if you violate
these restrictions. If your license terminates, you
agree to cease any and all use of the Gracenote
Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote
Servers. Gracenote reserves all rights in Gracenote
Data, the Gracenote Software, and the Gracenote
Servers, including all ownership rights. Under no
circumstances will Gracenote become liable for any
payment to you for any information that you provide.
You agree that Gracenote, Inc. may enforce its rights
under this Agreement against you directly in its own
name.
The Gracenote service uses a unique identifier to
track queries for statistical purposes. The purpose of
a randomly assigned numeric identifier is to allow the
Gracenote service to count queries without knowing
anything about who you are. For more information,
see the web page for the Gracenote Privacy Policy for
the Gracenote service.
The Gracenote Software and each item of Gracenote
Data are licensed to you “AS IS.” Gracenote makes
no representations or warranties, express or implied,
regarding the accuracy of any Gracenote Data from
in the Gracenote Servers. Gracenote reserves the
right to delete data from the Gracenote Servers or to
change data categories for any cause that Gracenote
deems sufficient. No warranty is made that the
Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers are errorfree or that functioning of Gracenote Software or
Gracenote Servers will be uninterrupted. Gracenote
is not obligated to provide you with new enhanced
or additional data types or categories that Gracenote
may provide in the future and is free to discontinue
its services at any time.
GRACENOTE DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT. GRACENOTE DOES NOT WARRANT
THE RESULTS THAT WILL BE OBTAINED BY YOUR USE
OF THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE OR ANY GRACENOTE
SERVER. IN NO CASE WILL GRACENOTE BE LIABLE FOR
ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR
FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST REVENUES.
© Gracenote, Inc. 2009
Appendix
This application or device contains software from
Gracenote, Inc. of Emeryville, California
(“Gracenote”). The software from Gracenote (the
“Gracenote Software”) enables this application to
perform disc and/or file identification and obtain
music-related information, including name, artist,
track, and title information (“Gracenote Data”) from
online servers or embedded databases (collectively,
“Gracenote Servers”) and to perform other functions.
You may use Gracenote Data only by means of the
intended End-User functions of this application or
device.
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Appendix
Network Software
Update
Network update notification
From time to time, performance improvements
and/or additional features or services may be
made available to units that are connected to
a broadband home network. If there is new
software available and the unit is connected
to a broadband home network, the player will
inform you about the update as follows.
Option 1:
1. The update menu will appear on the screen
when you turn on the player.
2. Use I/i to select a desired option and then
press ENTER ( ).
Option 2:
If the software update is available from the
update server, the “Update” icon appears at
the bottom of the Home menu. Press blue (B)
coloured button to start the update procedure.
Software Update
You can update the player using the latest
software to enhance the products operation
and/or add new features. You can update the
software by connecting the unit directly to the
software update server.
CAUTION
• Before updating the software in your player,
remove any disc and USB Device from the player.
• Before updating the software in your player, turn
the player off and then turn it back on.
• During the software update procedure, do
not turn off the player or disconnect AC
power, or do not press any button.
• If you cancel the update, turn off the power and
turn it on for stable performance.
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7
• This unit cannot be updated to previous
software version.
[OK]
Starts the software update.
[Cancel]
Exits the update menu and displays it next
booting.
[Hide]
Exits the update menu and it does not
appear until next software is uploaded in
the update server.
1. Check the network connection and settings
(page 22-27).
2. Select [Software] option in the [Setup]
menu then press ENTER ( ).
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3. Select [Update] option, and press ENTER
( ).
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8. Select [OK] to start updating.
(Selecting [Cancel] will end the update and
downloaded file will not be re-usable. To
update software the next time, the software
update procedure has to be started from
the beginning again.)
CAUTION
The player will check for the newest update.
NOTE
• Pressing ENTER ( ) while checking for the
update will end the process.
• If there is no update available, the message, “No
update is found.” appears. Press ENTER ( ) to
return to the [Home Menu].
4. If newer version exists, the message “A
new update was found. Do you want to
download it?” appears.
Do not turn off the power during the software
update.
NOTE
If the software includes the driver update, disc tray
may open during the process.
9. When update is completed, the message,
“Update is complete.” will appear, and then
power will turn off automatically after 5
seconds.
10. Turn the power back on. The system now
operates with the new version.
NOTE
6. The player starts downloading the newest
update from the server. (Downloading will
takes several minutes depending on your
home network condition)
7. When downloading is completed, the
message, “Download is complete. Do you
want to update?” appears.
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5. Select [OK] to download the update.
(Selecting [Cancel] will end the update.)
The Software Update function may not work
properly depending on your internet environment.
In this case, you can obtain the latest software from
the authorized LG Electronics Service Centre then
update your player. Refer to “Customer Support” on
page 86.
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Appendix
Audio Output Specifications
Jack/Setting
Source
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
DTS
DTS-HD
Linear PCM 2ch
Linear PCM 5.1ch
Linear PCM 7.1ch
Analogue
Output Stereo
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
Digital Output (DIGITAL AUDIO OUT) *5
PCM Stereo/ PCM
Multi-Ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
Jack/Setting
Source
Appendix
7
Re-encode*3 *6
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
Primary Pass-Thru *1
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
DTS
DTS
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
Digital Output (HDMI OUT)
PCM Stereo
PCM Multi-Ch
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
DTS
DTS-HD
Linear PCM 2ch
Linear PCM 5.1ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 5.1ch
PCM 7.1ch
PCM 7.1ch
PCM 5.1ch
PCM 7.1ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 5.1ch
Re-encode*6
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
DTS
Linear PCM 7.1ch
PCM 2ch
PCM 7.1ch
DTS
Primary Pass-Thru *1 *2
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
DTS
DTS-HD
Linear PCM 2ch
Linear PCM 5.1ch
Linear PCM 7.1ch *4
*1 The secondary and interactive audio may
not be included in the output bitstream if
[Digital Output] option is set to [Primary
Pass-Thru]. (Except LPCM Codec : the output
always include interactive and secondary
audio.)
*3 The [Primary Pass-Thru] setting of the
[Digital Output] option and [Re-encode]
setting of the [Digital Output] option
cannot be set together. If you set them
together, the [Digital Output] option is set
to [PCM Stereo] automatically.
*2 This player automatically selects the HDMI
audio according to the decoding capability
of the connected HDMI device even though
[Digital Output] option is set to [Primary
Pass-Thru].
*4 The LPCM audio recorded at 192kHz
sampling frequency will be outputted as
stereo sound.
*5 On the PCM audio output, the sampling
frequency of Digital Output is limited to 96
kHz.
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*6 IIf the [HDMI] or [Digital Output] option is
set to [DTS re-encode], the audio output is
limited to 48 kHz and 5.1Ch. If the [HDMI]
or [Digital Output] option is set to [DTS
re-encode], the DTS Re-encode audio is
output for BD-ROM discs, and the original
audio is output for the other discs (like
[Primary Pass-Thru]).
If [HDMI] option is set to [PCM Multi-CH]
and [Digital Output] option is set to [Primary
Pass-Thru] while playback Dolby Digital Plus
or TrueHD audio, DIGITAL AUDIO OUT is
limited to “PCM 2ch”.
•
If the HDMI connection is version 1.3 and
Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby TrueHD is output
from HDMI OUT jack, DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
jack is limited to “PCM 2ch” (When the HDMI
and DIGITAL AUDIO OUT are connected
simultaneously).
•
The audio is outputted as PCM 48 kHz/
16 bit for MP3/WMA file and PCM
44.1 kHz/16 bit for Audio CD while playback.
•
The Dolby TrueHD audio recorded on some
Blu-ray discs consists of Dolby Digital and
TrueHD audio. Dolby Digital audio is output
through DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jacks and “DD”
displays on the screen if TrueHD audio is
not output (for example, when [HDMI] is set
to [PCM Stereo] and [Digital Output] is set
to [Primary Pass-Thru]).
•
You must select a digital audio output and
a maximum sampling frequency that your
Amplifier (or AV receiver) accepts using
[Digital Output], [HDMI] and [Sampling
Freq.] options on the [Setup] menu (see
page 36-37).
•
With digital audio connection (DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT or HDMI), Disc Menu button
sounds of BD-ROM may not be heard if the
[Digital Output] or [HDMI] option is set to
[Primary Pass-Thru].
•
If the audio format of the digital output
does not match the capabilities of your
receiver, the receiver will produce a strong,
distorted sound or no sound at all.
Multi-channel Digital Surround Sound via
digital connection can only be obtained
if your receiver is equipped with a Digital
Multi-channel decoder.
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•
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Appendix
Video Output Resolution
When the non-copy protected media is playing back
Video Out
Resolution
HDMI OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
HDMI connected
HDMI disconnected
576i
576p
576i
576p
576p
576p
720p
720p
720p
1080i
1080i
1080i
1080p/24Hz
1080p / 24Hz
576i
1080i
1080p / 50Hz
1080p / 50Hz
576i
1080i
When the copy protected media is playing back
Video Out
Resolution
HDMI OUT
576i
•
576p
576p
576p
720p
576i
576p
1080i
1080i
576i
576p
1080p/24Hz
1080p / 24Hz
576i
576p
1080p / 50Hz
1080p / 50Hz
576i
576p
Appendix
This unit supports simultaneous output of
all video out jacks.
•
For the 576i resolution setting, real output
resolution of HDMI OUT will change to
576p.
•
If you select a resolution manually and then
connect the HDMI jack to TV and your TV
does not accept it, the resolution setting is
set to [Auto].
•
HDMI disconnected
576i
720p
HDMI OUT connection
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COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
HDMI connected
If you select a resolution that your TV
does not accept, the warning message
will appear. After resolution change,
if you cannot see the screen, please
wait 20 seconds and the resolution will
automatically revert back to the previous
resolution.
576p
•
The 1080p video output frame rate may
be automatically set to either 24Hz or
50Hz depending both on the capability
and preference of the connected TV and
based on the native video frame rate of the
content on the BD-ROM disc.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Connection
BD, DVD could prevent up-scaling on analogue
output.
VIDEO OUT connection
The resolution of the VIDEO OUT jack is always
outputted at 576i resolution.
Appendix
Specifications
RF ANTENNA IN:
USB Port:
Power requirements:
AC 200-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption:
Operating temperature:
Operating humidity:
Antenna output,
75 ohms
4 pin (USB 2.0 standard)
45W
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Approx. 430 x 49 x 295 mm) without foot
Net Weight (Approx.):
Antenna input, 75 ohms
RF ANTENNA OUT:
General
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System
Laser:
3.33 kg
wavelength:
5 °C to 35 °C)
Semiconductor laser,
405nm / 650 nm
Signal system:
Standard PAL colour TV system
5 % to 90 %
Frequency response:
20 Hz to 20 kHz
(48 kHz, 96 kHz, 192 kHz sampling)
Television system:
DVB-S and S2 Standard Compliant
Signal-to-noise ratio:
More than 100 dB
(Analogue OUT connectors only)
TV Recording
Recording format:
TS (Transport Stream format)
ANALOGUE AUDIO OUT:
2.0 Vrms (1 kHz, 0 dB), 600 Ω, RCA jack (L, R) x
1
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL):
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, RCA jack x 1
More than 95 dB
Bus Power Supply (USB): DC 5V
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Appendix
HDMI OUT (video/audio):
19 pin (HDMI standard, Type A)
Dynamic range:
Wireless LAN (internal antenna):
Integrated IEEE 802.11n (Draft 2.0) wireless
networking access, compatible with
802.11b/g Wi-Fi networks.
Connectors
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT:
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, sync negative, RCA jack x
1, (Pb)/(Pr) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω, RCA jack x 2
Less than 0.008%
LAN port:
Ethernet jack x 1, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Recordable media:
Hard Disk Drive (250GB), USB 2.0 HDD
VIDEO OUT:
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, sync negative, RCA jack x 1 /
SCART x 1
Harmonic distortion:
500mA
Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
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Appendix
Important Information
Relating to Network
Services
All information, data, documents, communications,
downloads, files, text, images, photographs, graphics,
videos, webcasts, publications, tools, resources,
software, code, programs, applets, widgets,
applications, products and other content (“Content”)
and all services and offerings (“Services”) provided or
made available by or through any third party (each
a “Service Provider”) is the sole responsibility of the
Service Provider from whom it originated.
The availability of and access to Content and
Services furnished by the Service Provider through
the LGE Device are subject to change at any time,
without prior notice, including, but not limited to the
suspension, removal or cessation of all or any part of
the Content or Services.
Appendix
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Should you have any inquiry or problem related
to the Content or Services, you may refer to the
Service Provider’s website for the most up-to-date
information. LGE is neither responsible nor liable
for customer service related to the Content and
Services. Any question or request for service relating
to the Content or Services should be made directly
to the respective Content and Service Providers.
Please note that LGE is not responsible for any
Content or Services provided by the Service Provider
or any changes to, removal of, or cessation of
such Content or Services and does not warrant or
guaranty the availability of or access to such Content
or Services.
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